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Saguache , Colorado
March 21, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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March 21, 1901

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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (1,o~tm~r S~UAn=ffi mmtoo1a.} Entered at the poet office at .SeGuaehe, Coin., f r trmm~ion throuah the m rots ss esoond-ela~ roatter. 0CAB D. BRYAN, Editor. TItURSD A Y. MAI~CIt Y~ I , 1901. Denver's Post could not stand for the democratic methods as exemplified in the turning down of Johnson and nomi- nation of Wells. Looks as though Den- ver wan going to be redeemed and have a republican administration for a while. Bonanza'm to have a newspaper of its own. On Saturday The Bonanza Bee makes its first appearance on that date. The paper is published by theproprietor of the CRESOZ~T and will be printed temporarily from this ofl~ce. Arrange- ments are now being made for a building in Bonanza, when a plant will be put in and the management of the paper placed in the han~isof acompetent person. The Bee will to the uttermost of its ability work for the interests of Bonanza--one of the best mining camps in the state. The New Judicial ]Ltfll The judicial bill changing the terms of court in this district passed with the emergency clause and is now a law hence the a,ijournmont term of court at Conejos for this month is legislated out of exmtence. The court in Coehlla ceun- ty will be on Monday, April let and in Conejos on the first Monday in May. All the terms begin on Monday instead of Tt/esday. That is the only chaDge ex- cept Saguache county, where the fall term will come one week later than be. fore. - Ind-Jou rnal. 8ome l~eeansidercd Viewe. Speaking of democratm agents of Sen- ator Wolcott the Rocky Mountain News last fall made and sustained the charge against Thomas J. Malone),. So vividly did it picture the transaction that one oculd almolt see the money passing. N.B. The aforesaid Thomas J: Ma- lone), is the identical individual who in the interest of truth, morality and reform i packed the democratic primaries a few days ago, thus providing a machine con- vention to do the bidding of Senator Pat- terson, himself a white-winged reformer. It w~ under the management of thin urea lofty patriot and pure democrat, MMoney, that many of the delegat~ were pounded black and blue when they premmed to cheer Johnsen's name, and it was under his lash that they nominst- #d a republicen instead of a demcoratio candidate for mayor in a so-called demo- cratic co'nventmn. P.S. Maloney was aaekted, it is true, by those two other eminent patriots, Sheriff Jones and Under Sheriff Clay, who aocordmg to the News of last fall were paid about $12,000 for turning over the sheriff's oAlce to the repabticace eo that that party might Ratter together, arm and commismon a gang of thugs to hold level the thug special policemen whom the police board had commiuzon- ed to overawe the voters at the polk. P.S. Four year~ ago the gifted if er- Rheumatism. Nobody knows all about it; and nothing, now known, will always cure it. Doctors try Scott's Emul- sion of Cod Liver Oil, when they think it is caused by im- perfect digestion of food. You can do the same. It may or may not be caused bv the failure of stomach and bowels to do their work. If it is, vou will cure it;if not, you will do no harm. The way, to cure a disease is to stop its cause, and help the body get back to its habit of health. When Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does that, it cures; when it don't,, it don't cure. It never does harm. The genuine has this picture on it, take ~o other. If you have not tried it, send for free sample, its agreeable taste will surprise yOU, SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409Pearl St., N.Y. }oc. and gz.oo ; all druggi,ts. ratio Mr. Patterson through the Rocky Mountain News denounced Ebenezer T. Wells, who by some strknge hocus pcoua now becomes the democratic candidate for mayor, as a corporation snake, whose electiou would demoralize the cause of good government and set back the move- ment for munimpai reform and political purity at least a thousand years. Last Wednesday in the course of a highly eulogistic article defending the "corpor. ~tion snake" (now the reform democratic candidate for mayor) the News admitted that four years ago he had been the cor- poration stalking horas~candidate, that he had been put up without bope of be. log elected~ and that he had accepted the nomination for the sole purpose of defeating Mayor McMurray, whom no- body had accused of ever having been anything else but a municipal reformer. --Pest. Strikes a 14Lzch Find. "I was troubled for several )'ears with chronic mdigestion and nervous debili- ty," writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster, N. H., "No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters, which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years. She says Eleetrm Bit- ters are just splendid for female troubles, that they are a grand tonic and invlgora- tot for weak, run down women. :No oti~er medicine can take its place in our fami- ly." Try them. Only 50c, satisfaction guaranteed by Lord & Wilcox, druggist, Oreatone, Colo. The snow-storm of Monday was worth a great deal to this portion of the valley. Dr. Terry, the Denver dentist, whose work is so favorably known here, will be at the American House April 4th to 9tb Ivy Southley and Tom Voorhees went to work on their placer above town to day. They expect to patent it.--Eagle. Yesterday afternoon Frank Carlson purchased the Gee. R. Loucks house on the corner ot Third street and San Juan av0nuo Butte~ seems to be a scarce article in th~s market. The demaud from Bonan- za absorbs a goodly portion of that which it marketed here. Night Was--her Terror. *I would cough nearly all night long," writge Mrs. Chae. Applegat~, of Alexan- dra, Ind., "and could hardly get any sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough fright- fully and sp|t blood, but when all other medicine~ failed, three $1 bottles of Dr. KinR's New Discovary wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed to' cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bronchitis had all throat and lung troubles. Price 50o and $1. Trial bottles free at Lord & Wilcox's drug store, Crestone, Colo. Owing to the illness of Mrs. Curtis' lit- tle boy tbe Guild met with Mrs. Tarbell on Tuesday of last week but will meet with Mrs. Curtis on Tuesday, March 26, i They will read the third chapter of "The Story of a Young Man" at lhis meeting. Mrs. C. E. VanDeueen, of Kilbourn Win., was afflicted with stomach trouble and c~nstipation for a long time. She eays~ "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 tbe Saguache Pharmacy. Price 25 cents, samples free. Death at ~ Ripe Old Age, On Tuesday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. O. E. Harrlngton, Matthew Rule passed quietly into the valley of the shad- ow. He suffered vo disease and knew no pain but simply bent with the burden of his years and weary of the world which l{e had traveled so long, he sank to silence and to dreamless rest. For many days his watching loved cues waited for the final diss.lution and when it came the tired head bowed peacefully an d they knew that there only lived a nlemory of the father's useful life. :Mr. Rule was born at Paris, Ken- tueky~ August 19, 1814, and was therefore nearly 87 year~ old. He was married in Missouri in 1843 aBd in 19|0 moved to California. From that state he came to Colorado in 1860 where he resided at Canon C. ity until 1867, In that year he came to ithis valley and located the present Harrington ranch. He has contin- uously resided here since. During the early years of 8;dida's history he was a prcminevt figure, but as age advanced upon him he retired from active life and lived a recluse at his daughter's home, not leaving the Eureka Oive Your Horse a Chance t To Cure a Cold tn 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. 25n, W. O. Hurt the Moffat wholesale butcher was looking afler [.eef stuff in this vicinity last Friday and Saturday. Miss Carrie Bauer served as deputy school superiDtendent yesterday during teachers examlnatlon.--Creede Candle. W. J. Fellows last Friday commencedi to put ill the foundation for J. J. Keller's new buihling on ~th street just north of the hotel annex. The state artesian well is now down over200 foot and from this time the contractor expects to make good head- way, They encountered many difficul- ties in sinking the first one hundred feet. Sediment saved at various depths show that the formation through which ~Special Reduced )L~tes via the Denver and Rio Gra.nde l~llroad. Fez 22ud annual encampment O. A. R. at Pueblo, Colo., April 10.12, the Rm Grands makes a rate of one fare for the round t~ip. Tickets on sale April 9 and 10, good to return until April 15. For meeting of Round Table, Pueblo, Cole, March 29-30, a rate of one and one- fifth fare on the certificate plan will be made, providing 50 or more are in at- tendance. Tickets will be on sale March 27, 28 and 29, good to return not later than three days after closing date of the meeting. For I. O. O. F. Anniversary, Denver, Colo., April 28, a rate of one fare for the round trip will be made. Tickets will be on sale April 28, good to return until May 1. For Colorado, New Mexico and Wyom- ing Lumber Dealers Association, Den- ver, March 26, a rate of one and one fifth fare on the certificate plan is authorized, provided there are 50 or more in attend- ante. Tickets on sale March 24, 25, 26. Short Order Mrs. Frank Hall, Villa Grove, is now prepared to give short order meals at reasonable prices. G, 0. Tayl0r Whiskiss usscl b~r oritt0al ]u~, For the Boys. 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 for beer bottles. ~emthe ~ ~# The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Mining Cough Cure. For all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives immed late results. Prevents consumption. Sa- gauche Pharmacy. Tablets and box papers at lwoest prices at Cn~SCE~T OffiCe. CASTOR 'A ]'or Infants and. CMldzen. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of ~ 1~ For tha Municipal Election for the Town of Saguaohe. Notice is heresy given tirol an election will be held at the Town Hall. San Juan avenue, .