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The Saguache Crescent
Saguache , Colorado
July 11, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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July 11, 1901

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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. {roammLT sAouAomt DIMOORAT.I Entered at .the post office at. ~aehe, Colo., f[,r transmumton through the malls as second-class matter. OSCAR D. BRYAN, Editor. TtlUt~SD A Y, JULY 11, 1901. W. E. Gardner of Bonanza is mention- od in connection with the nomination for superintendent of schools on the repub- lican ticket. He stands well in the north ~art of the county, where he is well nown and would make a first clam cen- didate and official. W. J. Whittier & Son bane purchased the Monte Vista Graphic and Reporter and have changed it to a republican pa- per. The Whittier's come from Castle Rock where the elder was for years pub- l/aher of the Journal. We wish them success in their new field. A 8uetaining Diet. These are the enervating days, when, u lomebody has said, men drop by the sunstroke as if the Day of Fire had dawned. They are fraught with danger to people whose systems are poorly sus- tained, and this leads us to say in the interest of the less robust of our readers that the full effect of Hood's Sarsaparilla is such as to suggest the propriety of calling this medicine something besides a blood purifier and tonic--say a sus- taining diet. It makes it much easier to bear the heat, assures refreshing sleap, and will without any doubt avert much sickness at this time of year. ram, Roy. John Mclean Dead. The following regarding the death of a former Saguacbe pastor is clipped from the Beloit, Wisconsin, Daily News: "Roy. John Mclean, D. D. who earned am pastor of the Presbyterian church in this city from 1872 to 1884, died last evening at his home on E street. He had been in failing health for a couple of years past and was brought here from Colorado last spring. He would have boon 64 years of age next September. Dr. McIAan was greatly beloved by hie people and was a man of many high qualifications. He was known as an elo- quent preacher and became widely known for his intense interest in temper- ance and minion work. Born and edu- cated in New York state, Mr. Mclean came west to begin his pastoral work being first located at Galena, Ill. After leaving Beloit he preached at plac~ in Colorado, and was obliged to retire from the ministry on account of his health. He leave0 a wife and seven children, be- sides two adopted children." Roy. McI.Man was some years ago in charge of the Presbyterian church at this place. He then purchased a ranch in the south part of the county and tried the cattle business but was not suc- ceuful. Next he was located at De1 Norte and there he lived until through sickness he became afflicted with soften- ing of the brain and was compelled to give up work. The ]Races. The following is the result of the races on the 4th: 100 yard fcot race--me.a Art Creger, 1; Carl Williams, 2. 100 yards--boys under 16. Hedges, 1; Juan Borrego, 2; Ray Slane, 3. 50 yards--boys under 14. Frank Means, 1; Glen Williams, 2. 50 yards--boys under 12. Herbert Hazard, 1; Los Noland, 2; J. Keller, 3. 50 yards--boys under 10. Charlie Marshal, 1; Tommy Ashley, 2; Robert Tarbell, 3. 50 yards--boys under 7. Punk Hazard, 1; Frank Tarbell, 2. 60 yards--free for all. J. Mace, i; J. Loekett, 2. Potato race. H. Hazard, 1; Ophie Howard, 2; J. Keller, 3; Sam Gallegos, 4. Three legged race. Hammond and Forbes, 1. 1 mile bicycle race. Len Townsend, 1; Will Allen, 2. 1 mile bicycle race--boys. Hugh Williams, 1; Davison, 2. Long thrown. Barney Hinton. Long running jump. Barney Hinton. Tug of war. McEutyre's team. Burro race. F. Means, 1; Harry Tarbell, 2. The half mile cow pony race had four entries. It was won by Jim Fullerton on Horace Means mare "Guess." Hugh DON'T WAIT. ifyou knew how SCOTT'S EMULSION would build you up, increase your weight, strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in con- dition for next winter, .you would begin to take it now. Send for free sample, and try it. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, i 109~tl5 Pearl Street, New York. and~l.oo; all druggists. .... i ................ ] Doherty taking second money. The q,tarter mile racelmd a nnmber of entrlss. Charley Tofoya took first money with his little gray and Jimmy Coch- rune got second place on "Kid." 13nfl'aloed at tile Gate. --James Barton Adanls in Denver Post. He greeted St. Peter with genial smile as he stood at tile heavenly door, Said he was a pilgrim, a stranger froul eartb, Just reaching tile inystical shore, lIIs life on the earthly old sphere dowu below had been all untainted t)y sin, And though he hurl brl)ngltt n(I credentials along he felt that he alL,lit to get, ill. He'd striven In earnesl through all of his days to lead an exemplary Ill'e, Had cared for tile widows whom death lind bereaved, despite the protests at his wife Gave food to the bungry, condoled with the sink, cheered those who we, re wrestling with caircs. )kilo never a nigllt would he go to Ills bed to rest without saying Ilia preyers. St. Peter ran over the shade witll his e.~es and said he had done very well-- But few who ~ltne up from that great western land had such a struight story to tell, "And are you a Buffalo?" Peter inquired, and the applicant after a pause, His eyes dropping down to tile saint's sanaall- ed feel adnlitted the lact tllat he was, The frown tilat lie lnet with seemed coated with frost, a 'way below zero atLlir, It caused an uprising beyolld Ills coulrol ol fear to take t)lace ill his hair, His head took u swim and the air grew So dark it shut out tile gateway el bliss h, nd all he could see was a right aM hand tllat seemed to be pointi~lg like t lli'% No discovery m u,MiNm, Im.~ ever created one qo!lr!tv i,[' l]le excitement that has been cau~:ett by ])r. King's Now Discovery for Consumption. Its severest testa have been on hopeless victims of consumption, pneumonia, hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis, thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health. For coughs, colds, aslhma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness and whooping cough it is the quickest, surest cure in the world. It is sold by Lord &Wilcox, drug- giants, Crestone, Colo. who guarantee sat- isfaction or refund money. Large bottles 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. The Truth About the Finds at Aider Camp. An attempt has been made in this city to create a sensation over what is called the new camp of ,~lder, Saguache coun- ty. The fact is that it is not a new camp at all, but was worked and was a fairly good producer more than twenty years ago. Like many other silver camps in this state the decline in the price of sil- ver ws.~ a severe blow to the district, and for many years it has boon practically abandoned. The cheapening of the ex- pense of reduction, however, and the lower rates of transportation have practi- cally offset the loss in the price of silver and mines which were worthless a few caars ago-can now be worked at a good profit, and the result is that the camp has taken on now lifo and promises to become an ~tctive producer before long. Two strong companies, one composed of Denver men, and another of Salads and Chicago people, have taken hold of val- uable groups and are spending consider- able money iu getting their property m condition for l~roduction. Several other properties are being worked and good re- ports may be expected from the camp this year.--Times. 'lille Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles, "I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note. Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles," says O. W. Wakefield of Columbus, Ga. "This rem- edy cured two severe cases of cholera morbusin my famib andIhavo recom- mended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satis- tation. It affordsaquiek and sure cure in a pleasant form. No fermi? should be without it. [keet) it in my h.,u~e at all times." For sale I)y ~