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May 9, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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May 9, 1901

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I I I -- I Ill iii ii iii i i lill i i SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (yOKM]ZRLY SAOUAOH]Z D]~MOORAT. ) Entered at the post office at" Baguacha. Colo. f ,r tmnsmiMion through the mail~ as eecond-c, la~ re utter. OSCAR D. IIRYAN, Editor. THUJfSDA Y. ~IA Y 9, 1901. The appointment of water commission- ers would seem to indicate that Mr. Frank Brown has some influence with the administration. If Colorado had to do it over a~ain Goudy would be in the governor's chair and Wolcott in the United States senate. --Durango Herald. Governor Orman has signed the mav- erick bill passed by the legislature. It provides for bills of sales being given when a maverick is sold and allows the owner to redeem within six months of the tim0 they are sold by the round up commissioner. Parks and Wheeler Named by Orman. Senator Fred W. Parks was this morn- ing named by Governor Oralan as public administrator for Arapahos county. This o~loe is supposed to have a large num- ber of fees attached, but just what the place is worth is not known. The appointment of Senator Parks to this place again raises the question as to the right of a member of the legislature to accept and hold such a position. Sec- tion 8 of article 5 of the constitution of the state of Colorado provides: "That no senator or representative shall, during the time for which he shall have been 01tinted, be appointed to any civil office under the state, etc." Governor Orman was quoted a few days ago as saying that he would not ap- point any of the members of the St, Louis exposition commzssion from either the senate or the house, and that he would decline to do so on the ground that it was a civil office under the state such u is mentioned in the section just quoted. A short time sgo he appointed Michael White water commissioner in Saguache county. Mr. White is a member of the l~gislature. The position to which he was named pays $5 l~er day for the time actually employed. The question nat- urally arises as to what these members of the legiMature will do. It is quite probable they will be called upon to re- sign their legiMative offices.--Times. In the spring the birds are singing Aa they build thei~ summer home, Blades of grass and budsare springing O'er the mead that cattle roam, In the spring your blood is freighted With the germs that cause disease, Humeri, boils are designated Signals, warning you of these. In the spring that tired feeling Here is the limit Mexican Pete and Thomas Shmkc) x~ill go s!x ,oun()s at Cripple Creek Tuesday night. If the Creek people do not have a bunch hand- ed them at that sho~ which will last them for a]ongtime there is a ~lip in the gues~mg smnewhere ah) ~g the route. |~us.el|and Shs,key ,.ere bad e,,ough A~LE bet the man who can imagine ~li;,t, kind san will put np is entitled to tile set eli t dishes that e.lnes with every can of l)ak- i he would colne in and hug liiul every'r time i}e got a ehdnce, and wheu he could not get oloFe enou~i} to hug him he would ~{ 'qb4Pood for very turnand run. As ,,Jack the lhJgger,,~ ~ t~fing . sprinter his ability l~ unknown, and it will be funny to see the lubbcril~g sailor gochaaieg around thermg to fight the Mexican. Th, Creekers siiouht hue! abv, ut forty men to sit around l},e tb~g ............ wtth six shoo{ers and wheu the Mvxi,au commences to run they should coinln~ nee seemg how close they could come to hit- ting him and maybe he would becotm~ so frightened that he wouhl stand still and fight. The show would be worth at least forty pins to anybody, if they can g([ the pins for nothing, but it is safe tosay that Denver people would not pay conmer- felt pennies to see the show.- rimes If people only knew what we l.:,,.ow about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, il w,,ubt be used in neariy uvel'y hotl~(:h(/:l. :,s there are few p(ople wh,) do not ~uir,,r from a feeling of fullness after tm~i>lg, belching, flatulent(,, sour sto:uach ()l' waterbrash, caused by indigestion or d)s- pepsin. A i,reparat,.un such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which with m, aid flora the stomach will digest your f,)od, cer tainly can't help but do you good. Sa- guache Pharmacy. To ]D 7rang(,. Mayor John Lawrence is thinkitig seriously of taking the running horses, "Rhody" and "Jack" to the Durango races which opens ti~e latter part of the month. There are some good pul's(:s hung up and local hi)rsemen feel eo:di- dent that these two "Baker" colts ~ill give a good account of themselves "I have been suffering from d)spepsia for the past twenty years and have been unable after trying all preparations and physicians to get any relief. After tak- ing one bottle of Kodol Dyspepsm Cure l found rehef and am now in better health than I have been for twenty years I cannot praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too highly," thus writes Mrs. C. O. Eob erts, North Creek, Arkansas. Saguache Pharmacy. Harry C. Donnell arrived In this city from Cripple Creek Sunday and wih visit with frmnds until Saturday when he, in company with Albert Straughn. goes over to Bonanza to take a hasty glance at the doings of the Copper Star company.--Mafl. Makes you every duty shirJt-- , .............. . It Saved hh~ Leg. Makes you feel hke begging, steahng, [ ........... L'. &. 1)antortn, OI l~a u, range, eli., Rather than engage In work. ~ . But there's somethln~ known that will SUlIered ior six months with a frightful A m n to health'and vi or lead [ running sore on iris leg, but writes that a g , , . You will find Hood's Saraa-arilla [ Bucklen s Arnica Salve wholly cured It Just exactly what vou need [in five days. t~or ulcers, wounds, piles, " " " [it'sthe best sldve in the world: Cure On Tuesday afternoon Dr. J. T. Mel- I guaranteed. Only o5 cents. Sold by Lord in, atmisted by Dr. W. A. Lockett, per- ] & Wilcox, drnggmts, Crestone, Colo. formed an operation for appendicitis on ] Francisco Monchego at his residenceI ---- near Sagusche. The patient stood the [ A lneeting of tile citlzans o[ S ~gua(-be operation very nicely and it is thought li~ called for next S'tturday night, May ha will recover rapidly. The least in quantity imd most in qual- ity describes DeWitt's b~ttle Early Ris- ers, the famous pills for constipation and hver complaints. Saguachc Pharmacy. Yesterday Mrs. Charles Tarbell re- ceived a new vehicle, and it is different from any other in the town. It is a two seated trap, u pholstoretl in gray cordu- roy, black body and red rnnaing gears. It is very hobby. Instruction given on plane and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. llth at the town hall, for the purpose of arranging for a celebration of the i~ earth of July. Everybody come. Ice for sale ;,t .hines'. The Nationitl Ediiorial A~eoclatiou meets thi~ year tat Detroit, Mich., July 8-12. The fare from Denver will be ~;,8 for round trip and tickets will b~ good for return until Septeniber l~L A ,qv)it:o of tripslsgiven+and an opi)ur~unity t~ vimt ttao Bull'al. exposil.io:l at a ~Aigl,t additional cost. For fuller inforulation address H. S. Ptntlips, Lo~,au ached! Co, o. Denver, ~ i Get yonr Blurs:due aL the Gotthelf & Tarbell Mer. Ca%'. L,,west prices. Nol l