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June 6, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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=, , ,,,Jr ,, i -: , , -u, 'lC,"~" "f-~'~ " - SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (FOmM~iLT SAOUAOH~ nZMOORAT.I Entered at the post office at; I~q,,unche,.Colo.. f rtransmissionthrough the mailsasse~ma-~iaes ,. utter. OOAlt D. BRYAN, Editor. 7'IIUIISDA Y, JUNE 6, 1901. Jesse Brotherm unloaded his elephant o~to Jesse Stepbeuson the first of the week. It has been the ambition of Mr. Stephenmon for some years to become an editor or to have an organ in connection with hm law business. May his fondest hopes be fully reelized.--Monte Vista Journal The July number of the Delineator is before us. It is a great improvement over former issues both in suhject mat- ter and artistkc effect. A leading article on the Buffalo Exposition is illustrated by color plates made directly from the original water color eketcbes of C Y. Turner, director of color to the exposi- tion. The July edition iJ 625,000--cer- tainly a great edition. The Center Dispatch was launched upon the sea of journalism Friday last, with Wm. A. Rixler as pilot. This makes the fourth paper now being published iu Saguaohe county and is a twelve page four column paper with four paget home prmt. It has a liberal advertising pat- ronage and is neatly gotten up. The Dis- patch starts out with bright prospects and by giving that community a good live newspaper we see no reason why It should grow dim. Here's success to the Dispatch. Long may it live, hearlding the news from Center, the queen of the wheat belt.--Eagle. District Court. The case of John E. Ashley as admin- mtrator of the estate of Adam Badders, deceued, vs Thomas P. Frame, an ad- verse from Bonanza camp, was decided against Ashley, the court holding that the suit had not been properly brought by the administrator but should have been brought in the name of the heirs. The argument on the appeal from the county court in the Dunn estate case came up Tuesday morning. Ezra T. Elhott representing the heirs and L. F. TwitehMl of Denver, and W. E. Cox, of Alamcea, representing I. W. Schiffer, the executor named in the will. The court took the matter under advisement. *** The case of Belle Moffet vs Chauncey Moffet has been settled oy the parties and the same dismissed. The case of the people vs Thee. H. Thompson, charged with assault with in- tent to kill, was discharged on account of a fatal variance in the information. W. E. Cox defended. The case of the people vs Scott, charg- ed with steahng wheat was tried Tues- day forenoon. The jury brought in a verdict Wednesday morning acquitting the defendant. Judge Sumner was appointed by Judge He]brook to defend James Fogar- ty and the two cases against Fogarty were consolidated and trial commenced yesterday. The jury was out buts short time and brought in a verdict of guilty against Fogarty. The case of Nancy C. Wilson vs Wills, et al wu continued, the defendants be- ing given 60 days to answer. In the case of Maddix vs Chapman, numbers 446 and 447 judgment was taken against defendant by default. The case of Ball vs Ball for separate maintenance, a decree was entered ac- cording to terms of stipulation. The Rio Grands & Sangre de Chaste R. 1~ Co. vs Creltone Gold Mining Co. Daniel McLaren, condemnation proceed- ings, was passed for the term. Means vs Lucrative Con. Mining Co. and D. I. Whiteman was dismissed at plaintiffs costa. It is evident that court will not close this week. The criminal docket is Hot let more than half cleared. James Brown of Putsmouth, Vs., over 90 years of age, sufl'm'ed for years with a bad sore on his face. Physicians could not help him. DeW,t's Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently. S0gnache Pharmacy. Judge Sumner formerly of this district wuin town the first of the week. Mr. Sumner has recently opened a law office in Alamose. DOCTORS say ,,Cqmsumption can be cured." Nature alone won't do it. It needs help. Doctors say "Scott's Emulsion is the best help." But you must continue Its use even in hot weather. If yOu have not tried.it, send for free sample. ~OTT & BOWNE, ~hemists, 4o9-4t$ Pearl Street, New York. and gt.oo; all druggist. I J ~ " ~ , i, I i ,] i , ........ Danger, disease and death follow neg- lect of the boxels. Uve DeWitt'a Little Early Risers to regulate them anti you will add years to your life and life to your ~ears. Easy to take. Never gripe. Snguache Pharmacy. Mr. Moffet,-~,(-banker from Larned Kansas, a brother of Chau,cey Moffet, arrived here last Friday to remain until after district ct, urt is over. Mile FI wiie and C'lildr, n of Sargente were in town Monday ~hopping Mr. Means ia a prosperous ranchman cf th~ upper Tomlchi.--Republinlm. J. b. Hurt of Center was in town this week. He has fecently returned from Poncha springs anti is just recovering from a long siege of inflammatory rheu- matism. TO Huffltlo ThrouglI the Lakes. The Burhngton's personally conducted excursion to the Pan-Amerlcrn exposi- tion will leave Denver at 10 p. m. Thurs- day, June 20, rail to Chicago, steamship North Land to Buffalo through lakes Michigan, Huron and Erie. The round trip rate is $54,20, $53 if you return by one of the "differential" lines from Buffalo to Chicago. Meals and berths extra. Tickets good to return un- til October 31. Coolest, cheapest and infinitely the most enjoyable way to go east. No cin- ders, dust, hot weather. Instead~ a glit tering panorama of blue sky and blue water and a three day's bath in the in- vigorating air of the great lakes. Finist steamship in the world, and the very choicest staterooms aboard it have been reserved for the Burlington excursion. Write for folder giving full luforulation. G. W. Vallery, general agent, 1039 17th St. Denver, 0olo. ~heriff Williams returned last week from Canon City where he went to arrest James Ewmg on the charge of having stolen a horse from Zach Clark. The sheriff found his man and located the hor~e. = Dr W A Lockelt and family are " I again located on the old homestead mi the 41 country. The Dr. and wife may ! expect a bevy of old time friends to flock them at mo~t any time and their i in upon friends are numerous.--Pres~.'] @. O, Tsylor Whiskies, grow in popularity, i Send me "][heir Navies. Thousands of eastern people will take advantage of the cheap r~tes 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- ing of comlng to Colorado, send me their names and I will have our representa tines look them up, furnish advertisiLg matter, reserve berths for them, see that they have a quick and comfortable trip. Hotel keepels, this Is your opportunity whenever you receive an euquiry about your resort, send it to me, I will take pains to see that that the writer spends the summer in Colorado. G. W. Vallery, General Agent, Burl- ington Route, Denver, Colo. Mrs. E. C. Drew is the agent for the Lehr piano organ, Washburn guitar and other musical instruments. She also is prepared to give instruction on the p;ano organ and guitar. Call on her at the Baptist parsonage or drop a line in the postoflice. 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. Hie Grands Rates. For meeting Colorado Pharmaceutical association at Manltou June 18 to 2). A rate of one and one-fifth fare on the cer- tificate plan will be made from all sta- r/one to Manitou and return. Certificates to be available June 16, 17 and 18. For Overland park races at Denver June 15 to 29. A rate of one fare for the round trip will be made from Leadville, Trinidad and intermediate points to Denver and return. Tickets on sale June 15, 22 and 26, good to return Juue 30. For bi-annual meeting head camp Modern Woodmen of America at St. Paul, Minn. June 10 to 15. One fare for the round trip plus $2 will be made from all stations. Tickets on sale June 7, 8 and 9, good for return not 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 stations, tick- eta on sale June 9, 10, good for relurn rune 14. Rules for tickets sold on certificate Man. If tbe required number of tickets (50) showing full far~, paid uu going trip are presented to joint agent they will be stamped by him and honored for return )assage at one-tift}l fare not later than three days after the closing d.te of the m~ting Snndny rmt Is be counted. ~. O. TaY~'~r Whlskiee, good, pure, and old. Eureka To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Qumine Tab- lets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. J. M. Pitzer, commissioner for water distrtct 25, was in Saguache last Friday to meet Wes Staley, supt. of this division ~. O. Taylor Whiskies, ar'l~ puts r~sdlclael stlmulan~ THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguaehe. Best of care giveu to all stock en- trusted to my care llV.LIM~LE ASShYS Gold ............ $ .50 Gohl and 8ilver..$ .7.5 Lead ............. 50 Gold,silyer,copper 1.50 Samples by mail receive prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1420-76th St., Denver, Colo. WANTED--Capable, reliable person In every county to represent large company of solid noah. ciaI reputation, $936 salary per year, payable weekly, $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, boaafid9, definlte salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and ezpen$c money advanced each week. STANDARD HOUSE, 33~, DEARBON ST.. CHICAGO. Administrator's Sale of Heal Eels&to. Whereas by an order of the county court oi Saguache county, stale o[ Colorado, bearing (late May 17, 1901, the ttndersigned was author- ized and directed to sell certain real estate be- longing to the cttate of George W. Keesey, is pay the debts el said estate. Now, Therefi)re, notice is hereby'given that I will offer at public ~;tle ~t, lily since IU tile town Of Saguaclle, Colorado, t)n Thursday, the 13th day of June, A. D, 19~,1, at the hour of two o'(.l,~ck p. m. of said d,~b', the following de- scribed real estate, te-wil; All ofthe right, title and interest of thees- LateofG-eorgcW. Keeseyin to tot 10, the east hall of Iot9and lhewest:h~tlf of lot 11, b~ock 21:the north 15lest ofl,,l 5, block 13; l,)|s 4, 5 and 6. block A, S':~ ll(:s a!ttll.qon to the town of -4agtlllche, all ill the t~xvn of 8aguaehe~ Sa. ~'u:it!he eonntv, Coh)ra(h). Ais, lot 20, hh)ck J 'tn(l h,tl, blocll 52 ill lt!c t()~'li Of J~onanglt) Colorado. Tiffins of stile, (!fish ill halqd. All sales stlb, i:'ct ~o the approval ,~t'~I;(l (.01olty et)urt and ~tll deeds to be executed on approval thereof. Daled at S~guache, ('olorado, this 18th day of May, A. 1). l(~t. CHARLES I]AYDI,~N, Adminl>trator. C. M. Corlett, I. J. Bl, omfield and Jesse Stephensou of Monte Visla are in town this week to attend court. I havebcen making boots and shoes for a good many years und It is reasonable t(, sup- pose that I at,, a lndge of these articles. I have conehlded to carry a line of and Shoes for l~lies, men and children and ;t portion of lhe goods are now open for inspection. I have no hesitation 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. Birt Clare, Saguaehe, Colo. WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every coumy to represent large company of s, ld finan- cial reputation, $988 SalaLv per ~ear. payable weekly, $,'1 per day absolutely" sure and all expen- ses, straight, bouafide, deflmtc salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week, STANDARD HOUSE, 884 DsAa~o~ ST. CmcAoo. FISHER'S Uterine Tonic Knowledge "~S~ ~l~ The Great Female Remedy positively I~ ~" cures all female eompiaints~ 1 month's ~ treatment tl; 6 months' treatment $3. ~ MRS. SADIE M. FISHER, $UIT~ 28, 808 ~ __~ 16TH Sr., DnNVgR, COLO. Also for sale ~~ by All Druggists, Send for free sample ~,~'~r and literature, worthlts wetghtin go!d, "~l~ LP" maned saywhere on request, postpal4. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Ssguache County Bank. State of Colorado, } ss In the District Court. County of Saguache, Belle Me leaf., I Plaintiff. ] vs. ~ , Summons. Cllauncpy W. Moflat t and A. H. Mortal, Defendants. The people of tile state of Colorado, to A. H. Moffat the dcfendaut above named, grettlng. YoU are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above num. ed p/aintlffln the district court of ,~aguaehe COOlliy, state or Colorado, and answer the com. plaiut therein within twenty days after the service hereol If served within this county, or U" served out of this coun ty~ or by publication within thirty days after the service hereof, ex- clnsive of the d;y of service, or Judgment by delaultw|llbetakena~ainstyou according to ti~e prayer of tim c~,tlzi)laint. And il a copy of the complaint in the ubovc entitled acth)n be notservedwith thts summons, or il the service hereof be inade out of this state, 1hen tcu days additional t,, the tl.~e hereinbefore specified for appearance and answer will be aUowedbe~oi'ethetaklngofJudgment by de- fitult as aforesaid. Thesaidaelionisbrollght lor alimony and divisun of pr,tperty against the defendant Chsuocey W Moffat, alRt to set aside certain fr~tudu[eut coo_v,yaact~s ,,f red estate and for equitahlerellefagainst the defendant A. H. Moffat, as will more fully appear from the contplaint in said action to ~hleh reference is here Ifl:lde. And you are hereby notified that if you lull to appear and to answer t[ln sald conlp[alnt as above required, the said plaintttr will take de- fi~ult and judgmeut au prayed for in sa~d SOUl- plaint. Given under ntyhandand the seal of said couri at S.~gnache ill said county this 17th day of May, A. D. 190l. [SEAL.] LEE FAIRBANKS, (lerk C. A, Merrimau, attorney for pl dn~iff. Fhst pub. May 23--1ant June 20. [ADIES! If you want to Iearn how to do your washing these long hot summer days without the necessity of a fire in your stove., without the use of hot wa- ter but done absolutely with cold water, and equally as well as with hot water and in less time, all in at Ickes & Co.'s store and karn fre~ of charge. I KE$ 0 (;0,, Center, Colo. We always pay top ptice.s for produce. Illlll I I I I Best of Job Printing at this office. fircclc Potatoes, We have just received a carload ---20,000 pounds---of fine Greeley Potatoes, and we are selhng 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- ders for them early. lhc Bcckicy, Packint House, GI Wl Beckley, Prep, [urniturc. i have lust received a! new lot of furniture. Bed- stedds, tables, centeffand extension, chairs, mattresses, etc. De not send away [or urnlture before you see my line. Am still sellin hardware at bedrock prices. ELLA HOWARD at the old Fullerton stand. I]EALTH FOi TIEll CENT ! FOR THE FAMILY. " I table pleasu~ In Dra|Mnl 7our yah(able remedy CASCARETS. lnnd my whole family received reUef ~rmn the first emaU box we tried. I c~rtainiy recommend CASOARETS for the cures they make and trust they will find ~ place in everyho~ne. Years for Inecess." PgTaR ~v~es, Jr., Palm Urove Ave., McKe~port~ P~ FOR OHILDREN. '~I shall ne~er be wiehout ~ASCAIg~TM. My children are ~lways dol/ghted when I give them a p.~z'tlon of a tablet, and cry for more. hey are thO meet ~]oa~ut medicine i havoevor tried. ~hey have found & Box'~10, IIfdolfl8an City, Ind. FOR PILES. "I eufl'ered the to~tures of "~ho damned with protruding piles )tenant on by constipation with vhica I was afflicted for twenty years. I ran across your CASCARET:$ u t he town or Newell, In., and uever r~und anythin~ to equal them. To- ia~ 1 am entirely free from pnee and ~eol like a uew n|au." C.H. Kglrg, ltll Jones St., SlouxClty, In. FOR BEAOAOHE. "Botb my wife and mynel~ !~ve been using CASCARETff, anu :toy arc the I,cst medicine we hate ,vcr had in the house. Last week my :fro was frautio with headache for .~o days; silo tried some of your ~2ASCAIeETS nnd they rolicvedtho ~aln in her head almost immediately. W both reoomme ud Cas~a~tB." CU~. STaDg.OnD, ~ittebursh ant0 De~0s/t Co., Pittabttrgh, P~. /OR BAD BREATH. "I have been uelnf ~AMCA- ll]lgTe and as a mndanucffecttve (axt~tive they are simply wonderul. My daughter and I were bothered with tdck t;tomach and our breath wa~ very bad. After taking a few doses ~f Oascarets we have improved won- :lerfully. They are a great help in the famny," WILHELMINA NAGEL, t187 Rlttenhou~ St., ~e/~tti, Ohl~ FOrt PIMPLES. "My wt~e h~d plmDle, onceF race, I)ut s O has seen taking UAt~ CARETS and they have all disa~ peaz'ed, i had been troubled with ~on~tipat/on for some time but ufter ~akingtim first Cascaret I have had uo trouble with this anment. We HEALTH BEAUTY. CANDY CMHARTIC. REGULATE THE Over 3,000,000 Boxes of Oasearets Sold Last Year! Unerring is the judgment of the people, and the people like Cascarets. The sale this year will be ~tOOO~OOO 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; Second, Cascarets are the pioneer people's price preparation~ten cents a box, and more health in a ten cent box of Cascarets than any ~5c bottle of pills in the world. Third, Cascarets bring results~healthy, natural action of liver and bowels-never fail The manufacturers guarantee a cure or refund purchase money. Fourgh~ Cascarets are successful because they deserve it. If your druF.~ist don't sell Casearets, he's behind the age. In that case order direct from us by mail post free. Addre~ ST~BLI~ R~DY cannot speak too highly of Ca,e~ ~ets," FriED V AnTMAI~ 570~ Uermantown Ave., g44 Phnadelphl~. Pa. FOR CONSTIPATION, "I have gone 1~ duye at a tlma without movemeut of the ~'4~rele. Chron/c eon~t/pati3n fop seven years placed mo in this terrible condition; i did everything 1 heardJ of but never found any relief untO l began using CASCARE~rS. I now haY0 from one to three passages a day.an4 if I was rich I would gzvo ~I00.~ for e~ movement; it is such a relief." AYL~an L. liffNr. IM9 RuueU St., Dstro~, Mleh. FOR BILIOUSNESS, "' I have ~sed your ~nluable ~Y~k.f~/t ~E~M and flndthem per* zest. Couldn't do without them. I have used them for son, o tt,ue ,'or ill- digestion and blliousnes~ and anI now completely curcd. Recommend thorn. to every one. Oucc tried you will , . ,! never be without them in the famtly~" EDW. A. MAax, Albany, N. ~. FOR WORMS. "A t~.po ~orm eighteen/~et Jong at least came on the vceno nLtol~ my taking two CASCAllE~S. This | am sure ires caused my bad health fo~ the past threu years, I nm stilltak. ing Cascarets, the only cathnrtl~ worthy of notice by sensible people. G~o.W. Bowfin, B~lrd, M IU. FOR DYSPEPSIA. ~q~or e|x yeare WUe av|~ ~tm ofdyepen~la Inite worst form, acould eat no~hin but milk toa~t~ and at times my stomach would no, retain and digest ov0n that, Last March I begau taking CASCA_RETa and since then I have stcadiry Im- proved, untU I am as well as I ever was in my life." DAVID H, MURPUY, Newark, O. FOR LAZY LIVER, "]( have been troubled I~ ffrenS deal with a torpid liver, whlch pro* duces constipation. I found CAeCA- gETS to be all you claim forthem. and secured such relief the first trim that I purchased another supply and was completely cured. I shall only be too glad to recommend CascnreW whenever the opportunity IS pr~ ~Dt~L" J.A. SXlT~, Stt0quehanna Av..~ Phnadelphta, Pc, FOB BAD BLOOD. ' ' CAMCA'SeI~re do all elatmedL for them and are a truly wonder~MI~ medicine. I have ofte~ wished f~l[. medicine pleasant to take, ~a~ last have found it in CA~(~[JgT~ Since taktn~ them my blo~l~ b~el~ purified anu my eomple~li~ has Jm-. proved wonderully~a~t~ ~el mueh~ ~tt~r in every way~~ l.uttroll, Ten~-. ~Hv-~-e-_'~:_ : : : " : : = = : = = : CA)MPA~Y, Chicago or New York. e ............... eThis is the tablet, always stamped "OCO" r "q Wllen deelers try to substitu , theywant Don't take a substitute ! Get what you ask for! m ke more money out of yon. Don't let them! L