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Saguache , Colorado
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May 16, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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.... ,,. - .......... m|nfl v'~'~',T i~ [~. .... irIlT-- I IIIII I I I I I IH I I IIIIH I I I I I I I II I II I fill Ill I IIIIII I I I I I I I l l .................. Ill ' The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne'~ the signature of ~and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you ill this. ! All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arre but Ex- periments that trifle with and endanger tile health of ~ts and Children--Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, ParegoriC, Drops Bnd Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, l~Lorphine nor other Narcotic substance, Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms tmd allays Feverishness. It cures DiarrL(~a and ~ind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipatim~ and Flatulency. It asshnilatcs the Food, regulates the Stomach and 2Bowels, giving healthy an4 natural sleep. ~Pho Children's Panacea--The !V~othcr's Friend, ==.U,N= CASTORIA ~Bears the Signatvxe of Th0 Kind You Have Always B0ught In Use For Over :30 Years. Mexican Pete in Demand. I Stops the Coufh and Works Off the Cold. [ Lalative Bromo Quinine Tablets carel "Some messrs, born lflcky, others are a sold in one de- No cure no -a- ~ corn great. ~uexman ~eteseems to boone . , p. . , ---- 25 ate. 1 of the former Hlsdefeat of Staler rein __.__, =. ,Sharkey has placed ~him in the front Two Younf Horse Thieves. Iranks of heavyweights. The people of .... ~-'-~'- .... !Cripple Creek, if reports are to be be- J. ~nate ana A. J~. WelSh, ~wo young ..... ........ [heved, are gettmg up a subscnptmn to men or urlpple ureeK, were srre0~ea . . , ........ [buy him a championship belt that whl ymr~raay evemng ny uepu~y snerl~ ............. I make the one presented to John L. Sulh- wauace of mm cl~y upon recelp~ or a I te ............. . van a few years ago in Boston pale m ltq~ram Irom onerlH WllUSma Of ~a-'. . .. . ,, ~ . ,. ..... . .. .... ms]gnmcance. ~]l say yesteroay the mes- gnaona county, no~1[ylng nlm ma~ a ~urs. .............. ecnger boys m the great gold camp were Wells O[ Villa ~rove nau sworn ou~ a . ....... . ___, ~__ .t._: ..... , _t...-:__ ,~.^~ ousy carrying cnalleoges ~o him, atlCt re- por~ says ma~ no oas mreaoy recmveu with horse stealing, offers from Tom O'Pmurke, Parson I)av- The boys were arrested about a mile west of town, and stated that they were not expecting trouble as they had been engaged by Mr. Tom Collins, a business man of Cripple Creek, to drive the horses It is claimed that Mr. Collins purchas- ed the horses from a gentleman by the name of Fredencks in Cripple Creek a short time ago, but Mrs. Wells claims that the horses belonged to her. Mr. Collins was notified of the arrest hint night and arrived m Salida this morning. He will accompany the boys and Sheriff Wflhams to Villa Grove this afternoon where he hopes to prove his title to the property. It ]s believed that there is ammtake in the transaction as both young men have al~ays borne the b~tof reputations in their home town for honesty and integrity.--Mail. An Old Soldier's Experience. M.M. Austin. a civil war veteran, of Winchester, Ind., wntes, "My wife was sick a long time m s~tte of good doctor's treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills, which winked wonders for her health." They always do. Try them, Only 25 cents at Lord & Wilcox druggmts, Cresloue, Colo. Will Bishop left u~s: evening for Cres- tone. His wife and clnldren who have been in the east some lithe, were sched- uled to meet him in Mamosa this morn- ing and accompany him to their new home. A car of goods also left yesterday for Gre~tone.--Reporter. For a stiff neck there ts nothing better than a free application of Chamberlam's Palm Balm. It quickly reheves the stiff- and soreness, effectisg a complete eur~. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy, Den O'Neil has arranged to carry on a livery businm$ at Wagon Wheel Gap this year and will have about twenty m~ddle end driving horses on hand for the tourmt trsde.--Prospector. WANTED--An agent m your county for our novelty show card mgn~. Agents are making $4 to $7 per day. Only one agent appointed in a county. Send 150 for ~mple, terms and catalogue. The Echo Novelty Co., Echo, New York. Teachers institute for San Luis valley will be held in Alamcea this year. The term will lest about a month in July and August and a large number of teachers will attend.--Courier. Skin affsotions will readily disappear by using I~Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. I~ok out for Counterfeits. If you get DeWitt's you will get good results. It is abe quick and positive cure for piles. Ssguaeha Pharmacy. Tin and table ware at Jones'. Patrons of the bmerman House speak very favorably of its new management. The table is good. the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that !tes, Billy Brady and Bob Watkins to star under thmr management.. Jus~ what Pete will do has not been fully decided upon. He may take a trip to England and meet George Crisp, the heavyweight champion of that country, for the lobster championship. One thing is certain Pete won the same from Sharkey With- out much trouble.--Post. l~;cware of a Cough. A c~ugh is not a disease but a symp- tom. Consumption and bronchitm which are the most dangerous and fatal dis- eases, have for their first indication a permstent cough, and if properly treated as soon as thin cough appears are easily cured. Chamberlain's Cou~h Remedy has proven wonderfully successfo], and gained its wide reputation and extenmve sale by its success in curing the diseases which cause cou~;hing. If it i..~ ~o~ ben- eficial tt will not cos~ you a cent. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Found Dead. John Meister, a ranchmaa who lives south of town, was found dead in a field on Dr. Ed Wcru+:~'s ~am:iL Meister had been irrign~i~ (latin/the da:, ,~d it is supposl>d he ii it~vesti- gatiou decrb.d ti:at, an i,ques~ was not necessary, the sut)positon being that death was caused by heart (lis~:a~.~e. There was no marks ~)f violcnc~ on ~he body and at the time he ,~as fouu