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............. I |I|II IIIII ..... ~ - SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (ll'O]nlgT.aLT 6AOUAnHJE DigMOORAT.) Entered at .the post office at" hM4,uache, Colo.. f r tranemim|lon through the maxis as second-class ~,stter. OSCAR D. URYAN, Editor. THUJ~hIDA~, MA]r 23, 1901. High 8ehool Notes. Rot. McGann visited the high school Friday morning and gave the school & very mtercsting talk. County Supt. J. L Palmer was a high sohool visitor Friday morning. We en- Joy having Mr. Palmer visit us. Wish he would come oftener. Wears indeed pleased that the 1lib grade will graduate this coming Friday evading. We won't be troubled with their talking of commencement next year. They certainly make us tired with their weprisome talk. Mrs. W. F. Orowiey made the high ashool quite a visit Monday morning. The nineth grade have been studying rattle snakes m zoology. The girls don't esem to en3oy the study of snakes. Won. der why? We all have examinations this week, that is, all except that nice "little llth grade" who never have to take any ex- aminations any more. The eleventh grade were excused Tues. day morning for the purpose of tying and mailing their programs. The tenth grade will finish C~esar Wednesday by a little work. School closes tomorrow after nine mmths hard work. Suppose we will always have nine months hereafter. Supt. Palmer entertained the graduat- ing clan Tuesday evening. Prof. J. B. Morgan entertained the high school scholars last evening. NYM. If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepma Cure, it would be used in nearly every household, as there are few people who do not suffer from a feeling of fullness after eating, bslchmg, flatulenoe, sour Stolnaoh or watorbrash, caused by indigestion or dye. pOlmla. A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which with no aid from the stomach will digest your food, car. tainly can't help but do you good. Sa- guache Pharmacy. T~ 8end me Their Names. Thouesndn of eastern people will take advantage of the cheap rates to Colorado which the Burlington route will offer during June, July, August and Septem- ber. They are the lowest ever made. If you have any friends who are talk. ins of coming to Colorado, send me their Dames and I will have our repremnta. tires look them up, furnish advertising matter, rNerve berths for them, see that they have a quick and comfortable trip. Hotel keepers, this is yonr opportunity whenever you receive an enquiry about your resort, fend it to me, I will. take pains to see that that the writer spends the aummer in Colorado, O. W. Vallery, General Agent) Burl- ington Route, Denver, Colo. It Saved his Leg. P. A. Danfortb, of La Grange, Ga ) suffered for six months with a frzghtful running sore on his leg, but writes that Buoklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days. For ulcers, wounds, piles, it's the belt salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25 cents. Sold by Lord & Wilcox, druggists, Crestone, Colo. H. S. Groves, editor of the Ranch and Range, aud E. A. Newton editor of the Alamcea Courier, were on the train when it went through the bri,lgo into San Carlos river below Pueblo Monday night. Nobody wan serionsiy injured. --~-.im Mrs. Ptttonger will take a few more pupils on piano and organ. D0cs the Baby Thrive If not, something must be wrong with. its food. if the mother's mdk doesn't nour. ish it, she needs SCOTT'S EMULSION. it supplies the elements of fat required for the baby. If baby is not nourished by its artificial food, then it requires Scott's Emulsi0n! ltalf a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect. It seems to have a magical effect upon babies and children. A fifty-cent bottle will prove the truth of our statements. Should be taken in summer as well ms winWr. _$?c. and ~.oo, .MI druggists. -- . SCOTT & BOWN In, ~hemtsta, NeW YorE. ]Rto Grands Rate~. For Annual Meeting of the Western Federation of Miners Denver, May 27 to Juno 4:. a rate of one and one-iifth fare on the certificate plan from all points to Denver and return will be made. Cer- tificates will be availah:o May 25, 26 and 27. Good to return not later than three days after the close of the meeting, Sun- day not to be counted. ,*, For Annual Conventton Colorado Fed- eration of Labor at Leadville, June 3 a rate of one and one-fifth fare on the cer tificate plan from all stations in Colorado will be made to Leadville and ret:lrn. Selling dates June 1, 2 and 3. ,** For meeting Colorado Homeopathic Medical association at Canon City, Colo. June 6 to 8. A rate of one and one-fifth faro on the certificate plan will be made from all stations to Canon City and re- .turn. Tickets to be available June 3, 4, 5 and 6. For Epworth ]esgue meeting at Colo- rado Springs, June 6 to 9. A rate of one and one-fifth fare on the certificate plan Cliff Fr~zee of Crestone passed through town yesterday with a bunch of cattle for Delta wi~ere he expects to reside. To Cure a ('old ia One tiny. Ta~e Laxative St'nine Quinine Tab- will be made from all stations to Coin- lets All dr,~gists ~ehmd the money if it redo Springs and return. "Certificates to I fai!s t:~ cur+. E. W. (}rove's signat~we be available June 4, 5 and 6. ~is on each box. 25~. .it** _. For meeting Colorado Pharulacent~cal ~ ~ ~ .r~2J ~-~ ~ "1" .~.. association at Manltou June 18 to 20. A ~ignaturo gENT FREE FISHER'S ,. Uterine Tonlo ~nOkl~ The Great Fema e Remedy posiiivelv cures all female coml,laiut; 1 nil,n; h"* treatment $1 ; 6 months' treatm(,nt 8;. ~IRS. SADIE M. FISHER, av,]'~ 2.;. ~.;s 16Ta ST., DENVER, COLO. Also for ~:IN~ by All Druggists. Send for free sa:l;; ;e and literature, worth its we|ght in ~:.hi, /~tited anywhere on request, postpaid. rate of one and one-fifth fare on the cer- tificate plan will be made from M] sta- tions to Manitou and return. Certificate s to be available June 16, 17 ,nd 18. $** For occasion of President MoKinley's visit at Colorado Springs~ J une 7. A ra!o of one first class standard fare for the round trip will be made to Colorado Springs and return from Trimdud, Bnena Vista, Pahner Lake and initrmeJlato points. Tickets on sale June 6, good un- till June 7. ,*$ For races at Durango May 2'2 to 25. A rate of one fare for the round trip will be ! made from Sahds, Walsenburg, Santa Fe, Grand Junction, Ouray and inter- mediate points to Durango and return. Tickets on sale from Salida, Alameda, Creede and Santa Fe branches and from points between Grand Junction end Ca- ray Moy 20. 21, from Walsenburg, Ala. mesa and intermediate points to Duran- go and from Silver,on May '21, 22. Trek. eta good until May '27. ,% For Overland park races at Denver June 15 to 29. A rate of one fare for the round trip will be made from Leadvillo Trinidad and intermediate points to Denver and return. Tickets on sale June 15, 22 and 26, good to return Juue 30. For annual meeting Baptist, Dunk- ards, at Lincoln, Nob., May 24 to 31. One first class fare for round trip will be made from all otations. Ticke~ on sale May 23 to 27. Final limit June 4, except that by deposit of ticket with agent at Lincoln on June 3 and upon payment o~ 50o the final may ba Jnne 30. For bi:annual meeting head camp Modern Woodmen of America at St. Paul, Minn. June 10 to 15. One fare for ;he round trip plus $2 will be made from all stations. Tickets on sate June 7, 8 sad 9, good for return ~ot later than June 19, For annual meeting imperial council nobles of the mystic shrine at Kansas City, Me., June 11-12. One fare plus ~2 for the round trip from all statioDs, tick- }ts on sale June 9, 10, good for relurn rune 1~. Rules for tickets sold on c(,rtilicate )lag. If the required number ,f tickets 50) showing full far~ paid ,.)u going tr~p are presented to joint a~,ent they will t e Stamped hy him and honored for return passage a.t one fifth f,re not la~er theo three days after theclosin~ da~e of the meet tog S n n_day not ~ o.ol~e_(eo u n t,,d. The leaet in quantity ~nd mo~t inqual- it)" describes DeWiTt's I.~lttle Earl:' 1~ s- ers, the famous pills for constipation lind hver complaiDts. ~xgultche Pharmacy. For tl,~ Itoy*. Jamos Camper waats to buy all tbe old copper, zinc ant] rubber he can get. tie will pay 5 c~.nts a pound for copper, md one cent and, half for old rllb0et. I sell gunny ~at:as four cents e.~:b. I ?8y 12 cents a dozeu for beer bottles. oolo, :: Mrs. M. g. C,lvln will give au cream and stra~berry social at, kmerloan house, Saturday evening, May] 25. Proceeds to go to the Presbyterian church. Strawberries and edke or ice ~ream and cake 15 cents a dish .or two for 25 cents. Everybody cordially in- vited. Mrs. E. C. Drew is Hie agent for tile ~ehr piano orgai~, Washburn guitar and other musical Itmtruineuts. She atso is prepared to give instruction ou the p'.ano organ and ~uitar. Call on her at the Baptist parsonage or drop a lil~ in lhe post o,~lce. The Ssguaehe ('ouuty Land & Mining Co. filed a plat of their new addition to the town of Crevtoue with the connty clerk on Weduesday. The new addition will be kno,~n as first addition to the town of Crevtone add contains 40 acres. Q, O, Ta},lor Whis~les, $ogdt pure, and old, Heavy /~at ns. One thousand feet of raillo,d trlt,~k was washed out at H,~r,l~crahbl,,, he t;wen Canon City und Pueblo and a bridges miles south of Pueblo o~ the La Veta pass i'o:~d wits washed out while the train for Alamosa was crossing it on Monday night, enusing till tr, ins for the San Luis valley to be two days late. The dances glve~'by the Woodmen have always been well attended and most pleasant affairs. The dance on the 6th of June ~ill be no exception. Tickets Ill _ LADIES! If you want to learn how to do your washing these long hot summer days without the necessity of a fire in your stov~, wlthot the use of hot wa- ter but done absolutdy With cold water, and W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguache County t}unk. Rr.LIABLE ASSAYS .50 Gold ............ $ .50 I Gold and Silver..$ .75 Load ............ Gold,silver,copper 1.50 Samples by mail receive prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1429-16fh St., Denver, Oolo. $1 per couple. Bluestone in any quantity at the GetS- helf & Tarbell Mer. CO's O. 0. Ta~10r W~i,ldo, uod b~ 0ritl0sl jud~q~ ~ .~. ~ rJ~ 0 ~qL'r.dk.. %,- I bare been making boots and shoes for a good many years and It Is reasonable to sup. ~)ose tlmt I am a judge of these articles. I have concluded to carry a line of equally as well as with hot water and in less time, call in at Ickt~ & Co.'s store and l, arn free of charge. ICI/E$ 0 CO,, Center, Colo. Boots and Sh0csl f,)r ladies. IO0n and chll0ren and a portion oflhog~odsare now open for inspection. I have m, ilesitallon in saying that I can give you Better Values for your money than any other house in the valley. Let me show you these goods. Best of Job Printing at this office. Birt Clare, Saguache, Colo. {irceley Potatoes, Notice for Pubhcution. U. S, Land Office st Dol Norte, Col(). April 1,5 1901. Notice is hereby given that the following named saltier has filed notice of tile Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, anti that sah[ proof will be made before the clerk of the district court at Saguaehe. Colo., on blay 24, 1901, vlz: John German who made homestead entlylders forthem'early. No. 2981for the north weal, ~4 sec. 21. twp. 43 | north oz range 9 east N M P M. i Hc hames the following wttnesses to prove |__m Bccklcy Packin hts conrlnuou~ residence upon and cultivation Vi'ka Of said land, vlz: ~llllt~_ John F. Stow, George W. Stow, Andrew ill~,F Shcets, John Fultz all of Moffat, Colorado. 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 finest lot of potatoes ever brought to the town. Better place your or- ~,s...=..e~,e,e.. G, W. Beekley, Prop. SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOWI The Mirage Mercantile House is now open for business. Our grocery department is a modd of its kind; we carry nothing but the very best of canned goods. Everything fr~h and ncw. If you are in need of any dry gooc~ mining supp~s, etc., come and get our prices; they speak for them~lve~ If you want a sewing machine, a steam engine, or a stamp mill we can supply you on short notice.. The store is opposite the po~toffic at Mirage, Colo. M. A.~KUEHNLEIN, Proprietor, Fur.iturc, ! have lust received a new lot of furniture. Bed- steads, tables, centerIand extension, chairs, mattresses, ok. Do not send away r0r furniture before you see my line, Am still seliin~ hardware at bedrock prkes. ELLA HOWARD at the old Fullerton stand. IEALTH [0R TEl( CENTS ! HEALTH BF UTY. CANDY eATHARTI. REGULATE THE Over 3,000,000 Boxes of Oasoarets Sold Last Year l Unerring is the judgment of the people, and the people like Cascarets. The sale this year will be ~,OOOtOOO boxes. Nothing succeeds like success and Cascarets are successful, because, First, They are so good that they outsell all other laxatives. Their tremendous sale proves their merit, and their merit explains their tremendous sale; iSecond, Cascarets are the pioneer people's price preparation--ten cents a box, and more health in a ten cent box of Cascarete than any 25c bottle of pills in the world. ~htrd, Cascarets bring results--healthy, natural action of ltver and bowels-never fail. The manufacturers guarantee a cure or refund purchase money. Foltrth, Cascarets are successful because they deserve it. If your druggist don't sell Cascarets, he's behind the age. In that case order direct from us by mail post free. Addres~ STERLING R~DY i~ THE FAMILY, '~ E t:tllo pteneur~ In p~|ldlnl~' " :. v:'dua, bl~ r(.medy CASCARETS. ~'1 l:/y whole family received relief :~ 1'.09 ~1":~5 '~:lZl&ll bOX WO tried. I , ~ ~i y r econmmrl4 CA.~()A]~ISTS for : cm".3 they mako and trllst they ]~ 1 J]/]d ~ place in every holile. Yours ;,2 :;IICL~e~B," 1)I.YgR W EBb, Jr., Pa lm G rove Ave., McKecsport, P~ 21~ ~HILDIIEH., Mlall t]c~ver l~e wl~hotlt ;X~c' %~]~T~. My ehUdren are ~a;:~d~ligllted when ][ gi~o them a .~m'~ f'_,n of a tablet, and cry for more. ~l~y ~tt'O tho most pleaeaut nted[c|n9 1 h~v~ .~vor tried. The~ have found a ~er~.~anent place in~u~_ home." ~[RS. JOHN t~ LAGEL) Box ~0, Michigan City, Ind. ~6~ ~ILES. " I en~rered gh tortureg of the d~mned with protruding pile wou~hr, on by constipation with vhic:x t we afflicted for tweRty ~az'~. I ],~.nacroeyourCASCARETS !1 lh') tow~ Of Newc]l,l~.~andn~vor ,,und anythin~ to equal them. To- ffy L aln ~ntiroly free from pile Rnd 'eel nku n nOW nlau.') ~, H. K~IT~t ltll Jonel St., Sioux 01ty, In, FOR HEADAGHE. 'CBoth ~ wlfo and myself" taro bean rising CASCARETS~, and coy ~re the best medicine Wo hays vet h~d in the hoac. Lat week my i :i ~ w.'t~ f rantlo ~Ith headache for .~'t) tl;ty~L ShO tried some of your ~ASCARETa and they rolievedtho ,~.in in ller hoed almo~ immediately. .W 0 botl~ recommoud CareFers." CUAS. ~TEDErOP~D, Pitthurgl~ Safe & Depoit Co., Pittsburgh~ P&. OR BAD DREATH, "I have been uelng OA~CA- ~g~; L'~ on4 a a ran4 and efl~eettve ax~ive they are ,Imply wonderful. l;" d~ughter end 1 were bothered v~h MeK s~omach and our breath was ~ery bad. After taking a few doses ,f C~searet we hays improved won- lerfuUy, Th0y are a great help ill ~tle fanlil~." WIL~La~a ~AGR~) 1137 Ritttnhougo St., ~lllelan&ti, Ohto. FOR PIMPLES. '' M[y ~r tCe bud ptmplen ozt her "q~e, I)Ut sho ha coon takiRg CAS- 2AR~:TI'S and they have all diap- )2arid. I had been troubled with :~:~t ipatlon for .~omo time, but after a king the first Cascaret I have had ~ tro~blu with this ailment. We :anno~ epeak too highly of Oases- 67011 Germantown Ave., PhUadelphia. P~ FOR OONSTIPATiON, "I have gone 141: daye at a time without movem~u$ of the ~wei~. Chronic constipatbu for ~ven yeare plaued m~ i~x this t~rribiS condition; i did everything I hcerd of but never found any rcltcf nntU 1 began using CASOAItE~S. I now have from one to three passage a day. nnd if I was rich I would give ~i09.~0 for each movement; it i such a reUof." AYLMER L. t[U~T) 1689 Ruean St., Detroit, Mich. FOR DILIOUSNESS. " have used your valuuble ~]~]~T$ and nnd them per. fret. Couldn't do without them. I have used tbeIU for some vitae for ia- digestiou and Diliousnes ~tHd aRl now completely cured. RCeolnnzead theln, to every one. Ones tried, yctt will auver be without them in the f smile(.'e EDW, A. M~, AlboJ~', lq. Y, FOR WORMS. "A taWe worm eighteen feet long o.t teaa~ came (~n t~O t~C~110 o.ttelt my taking two CASCAILE~S. This | am oure has caused my bed/lean h fog the past three years. I am ttilit~l~. ins Cescarets, the only catlmrtl~ worthy of notieoby sensible people, G~o.W. newly.e, Baird, Mi~ FOR DYSPEPSIA, ~For elX ye.re Wae avle~ Um odyspepsl~ hl its worst forr~ I could eat nothiH~ but miile toast, and at times my strmach would noi retain and diget even that. Last March I began taking CAsc&nETS gad since then I have steadily Dno proved, until I am a well a levvr wan in my life." naVlD H. M~JRyHy, ~ew&rk) O, FOR LAZY LIVER. "q[ have been troubled u ~reug deal with a torpid liver, whic~ pro- duces constipation. I found CASOA- RETS to be all you claim forthcm, and ecured such relief the first trial that I purehaed another zupply and was completely cured. I hall only be too glad ~o recommend Cascax~ whenever the opportunity i| pr~- i~tt god.)) J.A. SMITU, Susquehanna Ave., Phtiadelphia, P~a FOR BAD BLOOD, "CJkS~A]~I~/'$ do all ela|m~ for them and Rro a truly wonoertRJ medicine. Ihavooften wihed for a medicine pleasant to take, and a~ )ast have found it in CASCARETS. Blnce takin~ them my blood ha~ been purified anu m~ complcxiou l~as im- proved wonderLuUy.and I feel mush latter la every way?) Mgg. ~kLL~lg I~. SgLLARS. Luttrell, Tenn. COMPANY, Chicago or New York. ~o-,-Le-,-o-4-: : = = = = = : : = : .... . = : : : = : : : :" : 4-4-4-,-4 The is the tablet, always stamped "COO" ~ ~ ~Whon dealers try to substitute, they want to~ _! Don't take a substitute I Get what you ask for! ~ make more money ~ut of you. Don't let.them ~i.