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May 23, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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Illlll | II ........... I' ........ I"1~ , I'l--If I III I I I I I T II IIII IIIIIIII1| II I I I I I CASTORIA For Infants a'ad Children. The (ilid You Have AVeretable Preparation for As - slmilattr~ tl~T00d andRcgula- the 5 ~achs an~tBoweLs of Always Bought Bears the ignature of CASTORIA VIlE CtNT&UR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. ' The , Kind You Have Always Bought. think its no good, for the U,it~d Ma,,s isabou~to begin the coinage of a3cent piece for use i, the west and euul h ~,',~ S; It will be of nickel aho,t th, ~ize of a 2 cent piece hut in lh- (:ehler of it will he a hole al)o,t a q,larter of an inch in diameter. This ~dl enable one to dis- tinguish it by the feeling even iu "the dark.--Ex. Ralph Marlowe, a now.l of the Ohio hills, by Dr. James BallNa)lnr. Marga rot E. Saugster: "I read Ralph Marlowe with much interest. The p!ot is well conceived, the atmosphere of a country town is admirably reproduced, and the characters of the hero aml the old doc- tor are fine. There is good work in the book. I hope Ralph Marlowe's success will encourago the anther to further writing of novels." Handsomely bound in cloth, gold lettering, 8150. For sale at all bookstores, or sent, postage free upon receipt of price by The Sa,lfield Pubhshing Company, Akron, Ohio. Hen. John Lawrence of Sa-uacho has written the Democrat to ascertain the outlook for stalls m,d ~ccomodations, as he has two Saguache county horses, home grown ~o enter. There will bostalls aml accommodations for all, and no effort will he spared to render the races asuc- cess m every way.--Durango Democrat. DeWitt's Little Eariy Risers search tht~remotest parts~,f the bowels and re- m,ve the impurities ~peedily v, ith no dis,'omfort. They are famous for their (fli('acb'. Easy to la,~e. Never gripe S~t}a('he Phar hi:my. Mr. Fred Sdwet~:.,r~ (Jr Chi(~.ago, a friend of Wfihur L. CtJrtls, arriw.~l hero afowdaysagoat~(I will spend the sum- mer at the Curtis ranch. Mr. Schoen- burg has been advised I,y his physician to try Colorado climate and especially out door life for the benefit of his healtb. Mack Fellows and family and George If in the near future you should hap- pen to get hold of a coin similar to a Jonkius have left Sagusche. Fellows nickel wgh a hole in the cenb, r, dos t and Jenk,ns wont to Villa Grove and Mrs. Fallows and the children are said to have gone to Denver. We are taking orders for copper plate engraving. A full line of samples of latest styles may be seen at this office. Prices are the same as charged for same class of work in Denver. I 8tops the Cough and Works Off the Cold. J Mrs. Mattio Wales, wife of E. M. Wales [ died Friday evening at her home on up- Laxative Breton Quinine Tablets cure per G street after an illness that lasted & enid in one day. No cure, no pay.,~nly two days. Mr. Wah's was away Price 25 cents, i from home at the tzme, having ]eft his l~'or--~eJ-Wanted. ]wife apparently in perfect health to go i over to the ranch near Moffat for a few Two oars of horses and mares, ranging days The cause of death was pn'eumon- in height from fourteen two to fifteen ] is, which in connection with a naturally two. Theme horJes must be broken to weak heart brought a speedy end. Fum ride, $hort backs, blocky and in good oral serwces were held at the home on Ibah from 5 to 8 years old and good! Sunday afternoon and immediately fol- i Try the new remedy for costiveness, Chamborlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- lets. Every box guaranteed. Price 25 cents. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy, The town board have authorized the street eommissmnor to put in a number of new culverts. G,O,TaylorWhlsklee rdalnedbyths weakest etomachs Note and receipt books and short form bills of sale at this office. color,. Bring them to Bronaugh & 8on, r lowing the remains were sent to Moffat " ' e ' Mont~ Vista, Cole for burro,. R v. Shoemaker and wife ac- w NTED I . A -ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- ~~ I compamed the husband to the home on actor to deliverand collcct in Coh)rado for old An Old Soldier's Experience. /.. . . . , _ e~tahlished manufacturing wholesale house me rancn where a iunera~ service was M M Austin ' "" V -- " ] $900 a year, sure pay. IIonesty more than exper- . , a C111 war overan, st I held and the body interred An immense I fence required. Our reference, any bank in any Win~.haat~. Tnd wr,t~u ,Vf.....;~ ...... I v . I city. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope ..... ' "" ' "" ' "~ "'~ "" crowd of friends and nel hbors ethereal Manufacturers ............ [ " "g g J , Tlfird Floor, 334 Daarbon st: sick a long time in sFite of good doctor's Chicago. to pay a last tribute of respect to the [ treatment, but was wholly cured by Dr memory of the deeeaed, who was very I King's New Life Pills, whioh woikod popular among a w,de circle of acquamt- H~VC YOU Books or Mama- zincs to Bind? ~tVe do law, Medical, Library, ALL KINDS OF BOOKBINDING, Books boulid in every conceivable style. Old books rebound. Art and fille bindings. Blank book n:akers. Hail O Williams, 1441 Curtis St. Denwr, Colo, ances. The deceased was 56 )ears of age, a native of Vermont. In 1870 ~ho came to Colorado with her hnsbat}d and located in the San Luis valley, where they lived until about two years sgo, when they retired from active life and came to Salida to live.--Record. Beu/are of a Coogh. Accugh is not adisease hut a symp- tom. Consumption and bronchihs which are the most dangerous a~)d fatal dis- eases, have for their first indication a persistent cough, aml if proi;er]y treated as soon as th~s ~ongh ;q)pears ~re easily cured. Chamherlain'~ Cou~h Remedy has proven wonderfully successful, and gained its wide reputation and extensive sale by its success in curing the diseases which cause coughing. If it id not ben- eficial it will not cost you a cent. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Saguache i)~trties drove about 1400 head of cattle past Gunmson Tuesday headed for s~mmer ranging in Taylor park. These people did not get into the county until after the first of May, which was done to avoid taxation. The Trb buns hopes Assessor Thomas may catch' them as they have no right to come hero and use up the ra,ges that beloved to those who pay taxes in this county. It ]s an imposition on the cattlemen of thi~ section. Jim Hurt oxns the hor3.-- Gunmson Trihn no. The sixth of ,Tune is the anniversary day of the Woodmen order. The Sa- guache camp intend to celebrate it by giving a ball iu Du.n's hall. The corn mitres is charge are perfecting all ar- rangements and they assure all who at- tend a royal good time. Tickets 81 per couple. Everybody invited. Last Friday night while returning from a mtdnight visit to a patient at tbo plaza west of town, Dr. Meh, in's team ran off the br]dgo crossing the Saguseho and precipitated the Dr. and Brice Mack into thostream. The Dr. was asleep at the time and Bnce was dr,wng. The night was very dark and it was exceed- ingly fortunate that the occupants of the carrmge escaped with only a wetting The tonguo of the vehicle was broken. You are much more liable to diseaso when your liver and bowels do not act properly. DeWitt's Little Early Risers remove tbe cause of disease. Saguaehe Pharmacy We are pleased to learn that h~gh grade ore is being encountered in the Silver Plume. Miss Mag~ie Ham rot u rued home on Wednesday night of last week. wonders for her health." They always do. Try them. Only 25 cents at Lord & Wilcox druggmts, Crest0ne, Colo. Burlington Route. Evory day, not onco or twice a month but every day, from June 20 until Sep- tembor 12, the Burlington route ofers a rate of one fare plus $2 for the round trip to Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul and all points this side of those cities. If you are figuring on an eastern trip, by all means give us an opportunity of quoting rates and'telling you what our ~rvico is like. Write, tell us where you ere going and we will take pleasure in giving you all the information you need G. W. Vallery, General Agent, Den- ver, Colo. For a stiff neck there ~s nothing better than a free appheation of Chamberlam's Pain Balm. It quickly reheves the stiff- noes and soreness, effecting a complete cure. For sale by Saguache Pharmac;y. Recent Donations to ~-C. H. S. Hmtory of Our Great Country in mo- rocco binding, Edwin Toblor. A hawk and a Virginia horn owl mounted, James Buchanan. Rattlesnake, Herman Wor- rier. One dollar to apply on piano, 5lrs. W. J. Bennett of Golden. The loan of an elk mounted, Alex Herons. For all of which we are truly thankful. Ws are planning a mineral cabinet and shall be glad to receive donations for same at any time. Send to the principallabeled with name of rome, kind of ()re, location and name of donor. John B. Morgau. The San Luis valley Mason associa- tion will hold their annual reunion at Wsgon Wheel Gap this St. St. John's day, Juno 24th. The meeting place falls to Creedo this year, but J. C. McClelland tendered the use of his springs, dancing pavilion sad grounds to Amethyst lodge which they have accepted, and they will entertain the visiting Muons at that point. Hooper lodge will undoubtedly attend ]n a body.--Prees. 8kin affections will readily disappear by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Look out for counterfeits. If you got DeWitt's you will get good r~sults. It is tbe quick and positive cure for piles. Saguache Pharmacy. A letter from Mayor Lawronoe receiv- e1 by John O'Neil say, they got through to Durango with the horses m good shape. He thinks however, that they are in n fa~t crowd and does not bank on winning. Patrons of the American House speak very favorably of its new management. The table is good, the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that oould be~leaired, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what y(~a eat. Thk l~r('!)t'-:'a! h)n .--:,:~t~in~ all of the d~gestanis a:~ti (!ii!(:sts all kinds oi food. It giv0.~ i~*;t,:~ rdicf and never fails to cure. It, albw:q you to eat all the food you wam~. The most sensitive stomach.s can take it I3y itsuse many thousands of dysl~eptics have been cured afler everything else failed. It is unequ,dlcd for all ~tomach troubles, It can't hull) L~ut do ]you good t?reparcd only l)y E. (. I)EWITT & CO., Cl~ic~g(] :~ho 51. bottle cont~ain~ 2~:~ tiines thcS0c, slzO, TO CHICAGO The Reliable Route Palace Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars. Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and Operated by CIHCAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe reformation address J. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, 1029 Seventeenth St. Denver. Colorado. 0ne Night to CHICAGO, IIIINNE. APOLI8 ST. PAUL Leave Denver vza .Union Pacific 4:00 p. m, arr,ve Omaha 6:45 a. m. Leave Denver via Burhngton at 4:00 p. m., arrive Omaha 6:~5 a. m. At Omaha change from these which have been occupied 15 hours to THE FRESH, CLEAN, BRIGHT TRAIN (The latest and finest product of Pullman) Leaving Omaha ot 7:00 a. m., via the "NEW LINE," The Illinois central R R Arriving Chicago, Minneapohs or St. Paul the same evening ...... For tickets and reservations apply to i a~ents connecting lines or address JAMES CULTON, Commercial Agent, 805 17th Street, Denver. KANSASCITY SPl lN6 flOODS, Our buyer has greatly enlarged the line of Dress Goods we have heretofore carried. We are showing the new Venetian cloths in fashionable colors--special- ly adapted for Tailor suits-at $7,00 to $7.50 per pattern. Fancy Novelty Silks for waists in the late pat- terns. New lace Frontings in Duchess and Point d'Espre with lace insertion to match. We also have received a few late style in Ladies Jackets and Capes. We have a fine line of Linen ToweLs in beautiful i~atterns. Heavy Cotton'Twills for boys shirts and school dre.sses, in all colors. An elegant line of white handkerchiefs from 5 t0 15 cents, We will aLso soon be able to show you the finest Iine of China and Glassware ever exhibited in the town- the goods are now enroute. The fiotthcl[ O Tarbell Mercantile Co. Just like a search light, The electrzc headlight with which all our passenger engines are now heihg equipped, sends forth a stream of light that can be seen for miles. It ie just like a search light--cuts through tho darkness liko a knife--makes travoling at sixty miles an hour safer than at forty miles an hour with the old style oil headlights. Both the Chicago Special leaving at 4 p. m. and the Vestibuled Flyer leaving at 11 p. m. are hauled by engines with electric-light- od headlights. Tiekets at Offices of Connecting Lines. Ticket Office, 1039 Seventeenth St, G. W. VALLERY, General Agent, DENVER. P. S.--Very low rates to Montana and the Pacifio Northwest every Tuesday in February, March and April, ask about them. The Denver and Rio 6rande R, R. THE POPULAR lINE TO (J,A RE: CE HERSEY. Assays]' anti hami t, [Established 1879] Leadville, - Colorado. Samj0s by Mail or ~kFe-1{e00ive Pr0ml:t Attention. WANTED~ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- actor to deliver and collect'in Colorado for old established manufacturing wholesale house. $900 a year, sure pay. Honesty more than cx- Best Dining Car Service, ELEGANT EQUIPMENT, Chair Cars Free, TWO FAST TRAIHS DAILY, Colorado Short Line. Missouri Pacific Ry The People's Choice, Through without change DEHYER, COLORADO NPRING$ and PUEBLO Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Cripple Creek, Leadville, Glenwood Springs, Aspen. Grand Junction. Salt Lake City, Ogden, Butte, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles. Reaohes all the principal towns and mmmg camps in Colo., Utah and New Mexico. THE TOURISTS FAVORITE ROUTE THROUGH BETWEEN TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS. SLEEPING CARS DENVER AND Cripple Creek Grand Junction Portland Leadvllle Salt Lake C~ty ~an Francisco G]enwood Springs Ogden Los Angeles CIIICAGO AND ST. LOUIS. DINING CARS SERVICE A LA CARTE ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS perience required Our reference, any bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped en- velope. Manufacturers, third Floor, $3~ Dearbon st. Chicago. Ask your Druggi,t .CATAR RH for a generou~ "=' ryN? ] Ely's Cr' 'am llai ~entains no Cocnb, e, ~ - / ~'~'~ mercury nor any other ~ ~" ~il injurious drug. ~ It is quicklyAMorbcd. ~.....~~ Gives Relief at once. ~F~.~#~ ~a~ It o~)ens and cleanse~ , .. tl,e ~..l P..ge.. Pill fl I~ 14 ;"An Aiiays Inflammation. ~ll~l~ "~ aasmtlM Heals and Protects the Membrane. ~estore~ the Senses of Taste and Smell. F,U Bl~e 60o. ; Trial Eze i0c. : at ]m,~gists or by mail. ~LI ~i0T/Ha~, ~ Waxua St0h ~10w York, IKANSA$ CllI'Y~ and ST. LOU|& Direct, Route To THE PIONEER STABLE The Hot Springs of Aikansas, Villa Grove, Colo. Free Rechning Chair Cars. Elegant P,fllman Palace Buffet Sleepers. Government Fast Mail Route East and West. See your nearest ticket agent or write C, A, TRIPP, Having leued the old Pioneer 8table at Villa Grove (being the one used by H. Braham and succe~ora as a staga barn) to be used a~ a livery. feed and ~mls stable, I solicit a part of the public patronage, and shall strive by strict attention to busineu and with good rigs and harnees to m0rit the same. F, P, HALL, ManaKr,