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June 20, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (]rOim~r.BLV ~OnAOIm nm~om~xT.) Entered st the post office at .Saguacbe, Colo.. f r trmmmi~ion throt~h the mall ~ aa aecond-ol~ toatger. OIlCAR D. BRYAN. Editor. THU'J~SD A :Y, JUNE 20, 1901. It iJ stated that Bro. Gee. Scibird, of the Del Norte ProApector, is a candidate for Ihe appointment of receiver for the U~. S. land office. We trust he will get it. The criminal libel suit instttuted by Senator T. M. Patterson against Messrs. Hill and Stspleton sad the Republican Publishing company resulted in an ac- quittal of Hill and Stapleton and a dis- agreement of the jury as to the company. Mr. Patterson has received further evi- dence of something that he already know --that no good can come out of a suit the ecle objeJt of which is to vent the spite of the prosecutor or for political purposes. The people have little inter- eat in such proceedings.--Reporter. The famous libel suit instituted by Senator, Lawyer, Editor Patterson against Crawford Hill, Editor Stapleton and the Republican Publishing company resulted last week in the jury bringing in a verdict acquitting Hill and Staple- ton and disagreeing as to the guilt or in- nocence of the company--but the jury stood 10 to 2 in tbe company's favor. Editor Patterson sought vindication-- and sought it at the expense of the coun- ty, for he has always been afrugal soul-- and he got it. The fun the other papers have gotten out of the affair was great, and Steele, the Post's cartoonist, got in hie work on "Perplexity" in good shape. The fact that only a few months ago the News--Mr. Patterson's paper-- was charg- ing Senator Wolcott wtt h being respon- sible for the Capitol Hill assaults, very materially weakened the contention of the Patterson attorneys that as a Senator he was and should be exempt from criti- cism. The plea that the jury was op- posed to him on account of political bins m babyish. The state was granted many more challenges than good lawyers con- tend they were entitled to. The entire machinery of the Court from judge to bailiff was friendly to him. The verdict but indicates the tone of public senti- meat--not only in Arapahos County but over the entire state ae well. If the election for U. S. Senator was to take place this winter would Mr. Patterson be the fortunate one? ,= Send me Their Names, Thousands of eastern people will take advantage of the cheap rates to Colorado which the Burlington route will offer during June, July, August and Septem- I her. They are the lowest ever made. ! If you have any friends who are talk. i ing of comma to Colorado, send me their i and I will have our represents-i names tivse look them up, furnish advertising l matter, reserve berths for them, see that they have a quick and comfortable trip. Hotel keepers, this m your opportunity whenever you receive an enquiry about your resort, send it to me, I will take pains to ace that that the writer spends! the summer in Colorado. G. W. Vsllery, General Agent, Burl- [ ington Route, Deny__ or, Cole-- ! Alfred Sohaefer's sickness developed] alarming symptoms and his life was des- paired of for several days but Tuesday a turn for the better gave renewed hope and recovery is now expected. Mrs. Schaefer's father arrived from Salt Lake City Monday morning and her mother and sister Wednesday. Mr. Schaefer's mother and sister started from Philadel- phia Tuesday. Samuel Feast of Moffat has been in attendance and everything possible is being done for the comfort of the sick man.--Tnbune. James Brown of Putsmouth, Va., over 00 years of age, suffered for years with a bad sore on his face. Physicians could not help him. DeWttt's Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently. Saguache Pharmacy. Gental Frauk Hall at one time a citi. zen of Chalice county, now a resident of Villa Grove was shaking haucls with his many frtend yesterday. Frank has re- cently become interested in agricultural pursuits and pronounces himself as well p]eued with outdoor industrles.--Mail. Danger, disease and death follow neg- iect of the bo~rels. Use DeWttt's Little :l~arly Risers to regulate them and you will add years to your life and life to to take. Never gripe, i Easy your years. Saguache Pharmacy_._:. .... I J. W. Underwood departed for Pueblo Saturday to remain permanently if it is! found that Mrs. Underwood can live thare.--Eagle. Only 50 Cents | to make your baby stron and [ well A fl?ty cent bottle of | 9 Scott s [mulsmn wlIl change a sickly baby to a plump, romping child. Only one cent a day, think of it. Its as nlce as cretan. f~ad for a free sample, and try it. ~OTT & BOWNE, Ch~i:twS, yo~k" 409.4t5 Pearl 6trect, 5o~ and SLOe; all dmgglats, HUNTED MILLIONAIRE HUSBAND FOR FIFrEF,'q YEAR% Mrs. Helen M. Peyton, a Denver wo- man, is phlintff in one of the most sen- sational eases ever tried in the courts of Washington state. She is suiog for $250 000 community property and for the purpose of having set aside a divorce decree which she claims was obtained through fraud and deception. ];igamy is also charged in her complaint. The defendant is Isaac N. Peyton, a millionaire mine overator and banker of Spokane, partner of ex-United States Senator Turner, who with Mrs. Peyton No. 2, is a leader of the social set at Spo- kane and at Santa Barbara, Cal, where they have their summer home. It has developed during the course of the sutt that Peyton has been living un- ;dee the name of It. S. Morgan for nearly fifteen years, and that he married his second wife under that name. In fact, it is held that he secured the divorce from his first wife under the nam~ of Morgan e, nd this is why Mrs. Peytou makes her allegations regarding a fraud- ulent decree. Owing to the prominence of Peyton, or Morgan, the whole state of Washing- ton is taking a great deal of interest in Mica Axle Grease Lecture Postponed. The lecture by Thos. Stephenson which was to have been given st Union hall Jut evening has been postponed un til tonight on account of the change of time on the railway. The lecture is s benefit for Roy. Drew. Buy tic,eta if the outcome of (he trial. [ you have not already done so. The defendant will spend a million if[ c-~-~g%'7~ necessary, it is said, to win Lhe ease. ] ~ " H. P. Bonnet, Jr., of this city is theI The D. & R. G. Ry. has changed the plaintiff's attorney. ] time of tts passenger trains on the Sa. The story of the case as recited in ]Mrs. Peyton's complaint is full of ro- mance. They were married in Ilimois in the early '70s and later, came to Colo- rado, settling in Saguache county, where Peyton edited a newspaper, kept a hotel and dealt in mining machinery. Peyton marie money fast, but spent it faster, and this pace resulted later in a warrant be- ing issued for his arrest on a charge of misappropriating the funds of the firm which sold him machinery, according to Mrs. Peyton's complaint. To escape arrest he left the state, and at the same time deserted his wife. Mrs. Peyton was left stranded, without a dol- lar'to call her own, it is said. She made every effort to find the husband who had wronged her, and searched the entire country for him for over twelve years. She went mad the restaurant business in Denver and the proceeds of the trade she expended in trying to locate hlm. In 1890 she fell onto a clew. A man named S. H. Morgan, answering the de- scription of her missing husband, was running for office, she was informed, in Spokane. She took a trip to that city and learned that tt was true that the man Morgan was in reality Isaac N. Peyton. She then conducted an investigation of his record and learned, she claims, that he had obtained a divorce from her and married another woman. The divorce was granted by Senator Turner, who was then a judge in Kickitat county, though Morgan was a resident of Spokane county. He had also obtained a divorce under the name of Peyton in another county, in order to help his case, should he ever be discovered, she avers Following these i revelations shd began proceedings to have him prosecuted for bigamy, but he promised to give her $3,000 aud some property if she would withdraw from the scene and not expose him. Mrs. Peyton, it is stated, partly agreed to this proposition, and returned to Den- ver and re-entered tha restaurant busi- ness on California street. She waited in vain, however, for Peyton or Morgan to make his settlement.--Post. 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 piano organ and guitar. Call on her at the Baptist parsonage or drop a line iu the postoffice. Jones is headqual'ters for berries and fresh fruit. UD Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Bucher departed yesterday for a trtp to the east. They go to Mr. Bucher~s home in northe~tern Ohio, and then will go on to Buffalo and visit the exposition. On their return in Colorado they will vislt relatives of Mrs. Bucher in Iowa. They expect to be at home in Coal Creek, Colo. by September first. Mark Hammond, a brother of Lewis P. Hammond of the Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. spent several days with his brother and family since our last msue. Mr. Hammond is traveling salesman for a wholesale jewelry estabhshment and occasionally drops iu here for a visit. Supplements to the water decrees in District No. 26, embracing all decrees entered up since the regular decree book was printed, can be had at this office. Price 25 cents. W. C. Lockett, Walter Hammond and Lonny Morgan went fishing last Satur- day on Middle creek. 6,0,Tayl0rWhhklst retalnedbyths weakest st0mach8 For the Hoys. 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. Isell gunny sacks four cents each. I pay 12 cents a dozen for beer bottles. G. O. Tay'~r Whlsktes, goo4, pure, and old. c~ .A. ~ 'X' o ~ T .A.. lida-Alamosa rum The morning train now arrives at 9:40 instead of 9:20 and the evening train arrives at 6:53 instead of 5:07. In many respects this is an ira. provement over the old Itme. For Sale. A hay and cattle ranch known as the Kelly ranch at Veteran, Colo., consisting of 480 acres watered by two srtmian wells, one the best six inch well in the valley and by the Carnero creek. Will sell land and stock together or land by itself. For terms and prices call at the ranch or wrtte to T.M. Kelly, Carnero P. O. Ssguache county, Colo. P. M. Jones sells the Plane mowers and rakes cheap. Call and see them. Cards have been received here an- nouncing the marriage of Jemes W. Oakley to a Miss Berry at the Sunny Side hotel at Manitou on Sunday, June 23. When Mr. Oakley left Ssguacbe ~t was announced that he was going to Honolulu but it seems he found a "Hun. n: lulu" nearer home. Mr. Barney Kane, a brother of Kane, and an early settler in Ssguache and Rio Grands counties, arrived here yesterday from La Jara. He spent the winter in Amzona and is now looking over his old stamping grounds and shak- ing hands with old friends. The ore in the Shah Persia grows bat- ter as development work gooses and the prospects are very bright for Messrs. Allen and Ryan to make a good stake, out of their mining venture.--Eagle. Mr. Stodghill, manager of the Salids Telephone system which is building into Saguache via Bonanza, arrived,here yes- terday to make arrangements for termi- nal facilities. The Bonanza telephone line is coming into town via the reservoir. There will be an instrument at the court house and also a public station somewhere down town. Sire Dusenberry, who has been work- ing on the Comstock claim on Ford creek with some Salida parties for memo time, was in town the first of the week. Mr, Jacob GreeDwalt, who was called here by the death of his father-in.law, Franklin Clark, returned to his home in Coloredv Springs last Friday. The interior of the Saguache Phar- macy is in the hands of the painters aud ia receiving a much needed renovation. Clyde Welch has the contract. Dr. W. A. Imckett came up on Sunday from his home in the 41 country to take charge of Dr. Melvin's practice during his absence. B.P. Stubbs has been making tome improvements in his residence and a new coat of paint very much improve* its ap- pearance. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the po~toffice. A new roof is being placed on the Luengeu property occupied by Weimer & Creger as a barber shop. Mrs. Curtis will serve a supper at midnight on the Fourth--only few doors from~o.the dance hall. Oscar Mack is painting the resideno~ of O. D, Bryan on Denver avenue both interior ahd exterior. O. O. ~afflor Wht~k~ee , henesf /m pU~f~ 9era t~ ~ ~ Kind Y~ 8Nl~t sf . WANTED--Capable reliable person In every coumy to represent large company of solid ~nan- clal reputation, $93~ salary per year, payable weekly, $3 per day absolutely sure and all expen- ses, straight, boaafld9, deflmtc salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week. BTAI~DAHD To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Breton Quinine Tab- lets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. ]~. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. Mr. Clark who hails from Del Norte, was in Saguache a couple of days last week, being on hts way to Sky City on a prospecting trip. Mr. Clark represents a pool of ten Missouri business men who are anxious to get hold of s promising mining property on a leans and bond basis. BIDS WANTED. For sinking the shaft 100 fe.a at the Eagle mine, shaft to be 4xa feet in clear, tlmbcn furt~he..d ready for placing in position. For further particul~s apply at the Eagle near Bonanza. Bids will dose June 25th, wo~k to comn~n~ July Ist. The right to ~e.ct any a~d all bids is re.serve& The Eagle Le.~sing Co. WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of sold finan- cial reputation. $906 salary per ~sar, payable weekly. $3 per day absolutely Sure and all expen- ses, straight, bonaflde, definite salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expenlm moeeradranc~l eeeh week. STANDABD HOUSE, ~4 DZAaBON ST. CnIOAOO. I have been making boots and shoes for a good many )'cars and it Is reasonable to sup- pose that I am a JUdge of these articles. I have concluded to carry a line of Boots and Shoes for ladies, men and children and a portion of thegoods 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, Saguache, Colo. I ii SENT FREE ~u~=,.s."~wSe,o Knowledge The Great Female Rem~ly positively cares all female complaints; I month's treatment $1; 0 months' treatment $$. MILS. SADIE M. FISHER, SUITg 2~, 80| IOTH ST., DItNVlfdg, COLO. Also for ~ale by An DrafiFist.. Send for free gaml,le and nter~ture, worth its weight in goad, maned ~rwhere ca I"equest, postpaid. i i i i i W. F. BOYD, Notary" Public. Saguache County Bank, [ I I Illl - - - '= Publte Tr~/stee 8ale. Whereas, H. Aaron Lord, M. D., of the eottn, ty of 8aguaehe and state t,f Colorado. did by his certain oeed of trust, dated the 10th day of August., A. D. 18~8 and recorded on the 12th day of August, A. D. 1898 in the office of.the clerk and rec~,rder ot ~ald ~,taguaehe county in book I~o. 77 at page No. 140, convey to the public trustee of 8aguaehe eount~ Colorado, the foliowinE de~erilSed property to*wit ! Lots No. 7,8and 9 In block No. 25, of the town of Saguache, Sagugehe eonnty, Colorado, to have and to hold the came together with all and singular the prlvilegee and appurtenances thereto belougiug, whton said conveyauce was made to seoure the payment of ten eertatn- promiseory notee of even date therewith for the principal sum ot ~650 and Interest thereon at the rate of l0 per eent. per annum pay- able as in said deed of trust set forth, said notes being given and E~vable to Minna Heimberger and signed by H. Aaron Lord M. D., H. W. Lord and Alice M. Lord, said uo~es being payable on or before 2, 4, 6, 12, 18, 24, 80, ~, 42 ttt|d~8 nzontha after date thereof. Wherea~, said deed of trust provides iu ease of delault of the payment of said notes or any of them or the Interest thereon, or any part thereof, it may and shall be lawful for the said trustee at the requeet of tim teKai holder of said notes to sell the said premises at public auction at the public front door of the county court house in the town of Saguache. ia the county of Saguache, state of Colorado, for the best priee tim same will bring in cash, four weeks notice leaving been given at the time of such sale by advertisement in one of the news- papers at tl~e time published in said Saguache county, and to make gad deliver to the pur- chaser good and sufficient couveyance thereof and out of tbe proeeeds of this trust to pay said notes tncluding all moneys advanced t'or insurance, taxes and aseessments aud interest thereon, re-tiering the surplus. If any, unto the party of the first part, his heirs or asstgna, and Whereas, default has been made in the p~y- meut of interest and principal due on said promissory notes and by reason of said default ihe legal holder of satd notes Ires requested the sald trustee In said deed of trust named to make male of the premtsee for the purpo~ aforesaid. Nnw.therefore, notice ie herebygiven that the public trustee, as aforesaid, under and by virtue of the power aud authority in me vest- ed by the terms of said deed of trust and at the request of August Zobel, the a~slgnee and legal holder of said notes, will on Wednesdayt the 24th dayof July, A. D. 1901 at the hour tt! I0 o'clock In the forenoon of sa|d day sell and dispose of the above deeeribed property, and all the right, title, benefit and equity of re- demption of the said H. Aaron Lord, M. D., his heirs and assigns theretn, at public auet- ton at the public front door of the court houee In the town of~agnaehs0 emte of Colorado, for the higltest and best price tire same will bring In cash for the pnrpo~ of paying said noteS. alid all interest due thereon, np to the time el ~ale, together with the ecat and expentm of executing this trust, said property to be eolU subject to all unpaid taxes. 8A~ U~L JEWgLL~ Public Trustee. Flat pub. June ~0, i~t July 18, I[il I iill I II I I Notice for PubUe~ttlon. U S, Land Office, Del 2qorte, Colo. ). May ~, 1901. f Notice iS ltereby given that the follow!ng named settler has filed notice of his lntehtiim to make final proof in sUppm't nf bin claim and that said proof will be made beforethe regis- ter and receiver, U. st. land office at Del Notre, Colorado. on July10. 1901, vfz: Rosalie Mob- land who made homestead entry No. 3227 for the W ~ S E K and W tA N E ~6 eec 85, twp45, NRYENMPM. He names the following witnesses to prove hi~ cent! naous residence upon and cultivation of eald land vlz: Loul Weiss. Adam J. Wels% George Wilson, all of Del Notre, Cnio., John 8anderson, of l~guache. Colo. JAS, H, BXXT~a, ~geo~er, Fourth oi July Pr0trm. Parade by Band. Baseball game between Center and Bonanza. Music by Band. 100 yard foot ra~--men. 100 yard foot race--boys 16 ~ad under. 50 yard foot race--boys 12 and under, 50 yard foot r~--boys 10 and under. 60 yard foot race-men 60 and over. 100 yard foot rac~--s~k race. Potato race. Lgngest throw with baseball Longest running jump. Three leg race.. Music by Band. Bicycle race---men, ~ 1-2 mit~ Bicycle ra~--boys I6 and under, I mile. Cow pony race--J-2 mile. Cow pony race--l-4 mile.. Burro rac~--500 yards. Tug of war--five on a side. Baseball game between Orient and Saguachc. Rc~k drilling contest. Fireworks. Open air concert by Saguache Brass Band. Grand Ball. A Concession to Close Buyers. 15 pounds Granulated Sugar ............... $1.00 8 " Coffee .......................... 1.00 10 " Dried Plums ..................... 50 9 " Dried Apples .................... 1.00 10 " Fancy Drted Peaches ............ 1.00 11 cans Beatrice Corn ...................... 1.00 2 " Salmon ............................. 25 2 pkg. Pillsbury's Flaked Oats .............. 25 12 bars Soap ................................ 50 2 pounds Assorted Spices .................. 50 3 bottles Lemon Extract ................... 25 3 " Vanilla " ................... 25 Total ............ 750 To get advantage of these prices you must buy the whole a~ortment and positively pay $1~T CA$M $7.50, You will be allowed to reject any article you are not in need of in the assortmedt and substitute any others in stock. ICK[$ 8 CO., Center, Colo. We ~dways pay top pHc,~ ~or pmdu~ II I I III II III I I I I I ill Best of Job Printing at this office. ,Nvfi to visit The Bccklcy Packint Hous and inspact our complete lines of Groceries, Glassware, Enameledware, Harness and Saddles. Our Grocery Department is larger than |t hag ever been before. Don't forget that we have a nice ling of up-to. date styles of wash goods. Furniture. I Imve lust received a new lot or furniture. Bed. steads, tables, center and extension, chairs, mattresses, m. not send away for furniture before you see m line, Am still selllnt hardw are l lro k prices. ELLA HOWARD e at the old Fulkrton st=at&