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[ ~~~"~ii .................... -li]ll[i" .............. i*- "~ Imli I l i IIII I il I I ............ I I I ii llil iiilil I ii i i ~., SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (TOIMIRLY SAOUACHg DEMOOaAT.) Entered at .the post office at.l~kquache, Colo., t,.r transmisemn through the m aft as ascend-class matter. OmIBAB D. BRYAN, Editor. TItU]IaDA Y, JUL Y 18, 1901. The populists are invited to go into the democratic conventions and control them. Tom lebanon ventured into the Ohio convention and "got it in the neck" Moral: Kdmp out of bad company.-- Journal. Sheriff Gone Williams was a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday. He has made Seguache county a good officer and his many friends--and they are le- gion-arc urging him to accept a re- nomination, and the Miuer tips its b~aver and seconds the motion. He can count this end of the county.--Miner. There will be issued from this office this week i 40 page illustrated catalogue of the Saguache County High School. It is very full and complete and gives all n~mesry information regarding the school, its equipment, course of study, etc. Parties interested may secure a copy by addressing Prof. J. B. Morgan, Dr. Melvin or J. 1. Palmer at Saguache. Let ~;~- t-o-Pc s terity. Colorado Springs is writing letters to be opened in 100 years. A huge, strong cheer has been made and in it are to be plaead sealed letters written by promi- nent citizens of that city on various sub- jects. The letters as a whole will be a very particular account of the conditions of which obtain at this tame. To several prominent divines has been given the task of writing up the religious history of the city, to Messrs. Stratton and Burns the mining industry, to the ph)ei- ohms tha *health of the city and the dis- easm most prevalent st this time, and so all features are taken in detail. In con- nection with these latters will be photo- graphs of vehicles in use, street scenes, r~idenoee, of public buildings, of promi- nent Imople and copies of the papers publishad. On the exterior of the chest will be a copper plate properly inscribed Stating that the box and its contents are not to 13. opened until after midnight D~emtmr 31, 2000. The idea originated with Mr. I.~ R. Ehrich aod the chest will contain much information for the people of the Springs in the next ceutury and it will be authentic, too. The Best llemedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles. "I have ~n 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- ady curad two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family and I have recom- mended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satin- fatten. It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form. No family should be without it. I keep it in my house at all titan." For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Just See Himl See the tony city man With his rod and reel, Line 'twill reach a hundred spaa-- O~tfit cost a deal! his best of canvas suits, his shining rubber boots Note that eeser eye that shoots Glances keen as steel. See those carl-colored flies In his leather book, Best that expert can devise Clustered 'round each hook. Wee him cast the costly ba~t To the trout that lie in ~ait, JSee his anxious breast dilute " With impatience~ Lo.k! the kid with freckled mug And a crooked polo! him vetch the vulgar bug Near the fishing hole~ him land each speckled prize Eight beneath the town man's eyes, And the town man sadly sighs In his troubled soul. him at the sun's decline Cursing luck so tough, Reeling in his silken line, Fis'ri~ ou a bluff, Bee him talking to the tad, Hear him say: "Goodby my lad," Town man got the fish begad, RBnoh boy got the stuff: ~e him marching through the toWn Prouder than a kin& Bpeokled beauties dangling down In a temptiog string, Hear him scatter air quite hot Of the treasurers that he bou, (ahem } 0aught And his conscience chides him not-- Hasn't one, b'jing. --James Bazton Adams in Denver Post. Go to the Jones' for lumber, poets and polm. a, O. Tay~r Whlskl0e, good, pure, and old. BOC71 R$ "~sumptlon can be cured." llatat~ 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 & BOWNF~ Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York $0e. and |LEO; all druggist. i I . J - Things Coming Their Way Wednesday the Journal office was the recipient of a bouquet of roses and sev- eral bunches of onions from admiring subecribers.--Jou rnal. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow in popularity. I have for sale at'~bargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con: dillon. James Buchanan. Good Ranch for Sale. I offer for sale at a bargain my ranch in Carnero precinct, 15 miles from Sa- guache, containing ]60 acres, 60 acres in crop-4 acres oe alfalfa--good artesian well. It will be sold with crop for $900 or $650 without crop. Here is a bargain for aom~ one. C. MESSE, Carnero, Colo. G. A. R. Encampment. The pamenger department of the Rock Island railway announces the lowest rates to Cleveland on account of the G. A. R, encampment Sept. 7 to 11, that have been accorded the old soldierssinoe 1887. The rate is less than one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be on sale from stations ~est of the Missouri river, Sept. 7 to 10 inclusive and will be good to return up to and including Sept. 15, but the return limit may be extended until October 8 by depositing the tickets with joint agent before Sept. 15 avd pay- ing fee of 50 cents. The trip to Clevelacd will be one of much pleasure and e~oymeut. The ex- tremely low rate made by thu Rock Is- land will make it possible for largenum- bers of old soldiers and their friends to go at a very small expense. From Cleve- land there will be cheap rates in effect enabling those who desire to visit the pan.American exposition and this trip to Buffalo can be made either by rail os boat. Cleveland is making a special effort to take the best care possible of the veter- ans as well as visitors and afford them every opportunity for a pleasant and en- joyable time while in the city. The new soldier's monument located in the pub- liq square will be completed, the electric lighting effects of this monument, it is said will eclipse anything of its kind heretofore attempted in this country. Miss Mary Haley and Miss Annie Townsend came down from Denver last Friday to visit for a while with their folks. Miss Haley a short time ego was struck by lightning but fortunately ce- caI~d serious injury. She was cooking when lightning struck the stove pipe, demolished the range and tore things up generally. lit-* Joseph Hicks and wife of Deep Creek, Clinton county, Iowa, arrived here last Friday for a visit with .Nathan Ward and family. Mr. Hicks is a brother of Mrs. Ward. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Felter, son.in-law and daughter of Mr. Hicks of Wisconsin. r ~ , The Valley ]~eachers normal will meet in Aiamosa August 5 to 16. There will i probably be from 75 to 100 out of town j teachers in attendance. Our citizens should endeavor.to make it as pleasant for these educators as possible durmg their stay with us.--Journal. 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 i pay 12 cents a dozen for beer bottles. The good showing made by the small development work in the district is gratifying to those who have the camp's interests at heart. Tlmse knockers who are now talking against the camp are the men who wanted and expected to see a big boom.--Eagle. Last Sunday was a very quiet day in Saguache. Fully cue half the popula- tion had left town in the early morning for the various creeks tributary to the Saguache or to Valley View springs. Ex-Poatmaater C'~ouch of Duncan called Saturday. He is doing extensive development work on Pole creek, out- side the grant lines.--Mosca Herald. John Amsler of Cotton creek desires to thank the friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted them during their re- cent bereavement. Royal Hubbell--You know him~ photographer, will be here soon, save a good order for him. Will remain a couple of weeks. New instruments have been placed at the Mahoney ranch and the Villa Grove i depot on the Salida Telephone Co.'s line. Miss Metta Hall is doing some special work in the office of the clerk of the district court this week. Royal Hubbell, the best photographer that ever struck Saguache, will be here in a couple of weeks. It looks now as though the hay crop would be about one-half of the average crop. Miss Edith McMullin left Bonanza on Tuesday for the Philipines. 8end the Crescent to Y0ur ['rieuds C~ .A. Jil 'Xl O ~I. "r ~L.. Eureka U/vc Your Horse a Chance I Dr. Terry, the Denver Dentat,] i ~wi1[ be at the Xmc,,~,n Housc~! tfrom July 26th to 3#st. II AccidentaI Shooting. Yesterday evening Bertel Ward, the youngest sou of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ward, while practicing with a 22calibre rifle shot himself in the leg, inflicting a wound which may prove quite serious. The gun caught on a clothes line which caused it to be discilarged. The bali en- tered at the knee and lodged at the ankle. Dr. Melviu was at Bonanza at the time but a telephone message was sent and he came over this morning and dressed the wound. It is hoped that the damage done will not be serious, but the exact nature of the wound will not be known until the doctor has made a careful examination. Mrs. PIttenger will take a few more pupils on piano and organ. n. O. Taylot Whiskies, are guarantead pure. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. "Something NeW Under The Sun." All Doctors have tried to cure CA- TARRH by the use of powders, acid gas- es, inhalers and drugs in paste form. Their powders dry up the muououe mem- branes caumng them to crack open and bleed. The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and oat- meats cannot reach the disease. An old and experieuced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treatment of CATARRH, has at last perfected a treatment which when faithfully used, not only relieves at once but permanently cures CATARH by removing the cause, stopping discharges and curing all in- flammation. It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the af- flicted parts. This wonderful remedy is known as "Snufl|els",the Guaranteed Ca- tarrh Cure and is sold nt the extremely low price of cue dollsr, each package contaming internal and external medi- cine suflic!eut for a full month's treat- ment and everything nece,sary to its per- fect use. "Snuflies"is the only perfect catarrh cure ever made and is now recogmzed as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease. Itcures all inflammation quickly and perma- nently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve hay fever or cold in the head. Catarrh, when neglected often leads to consumption Snuffles will save&ou if you use it at once. It is no ordinarf remedy, but a complete treatment which is posi- tively guaranteed to cure catarrh in any form or stage if used according to the di- rections which accompany each package. Don't delay but scud for it at once, and write full particulars as to your condi- tions, and you will receive special ad- vice from the discoverer of this wonder- full remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the regular price of Snuffles the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure. Sent prepaid to any address in the ~nited States or Canada on receipt of one dollar. Address dept. E 786 Edwin B. Giles & Co., 2330 and 2;~32 Market St. Philadelphia. Pa. This signature is on eve]'y box of the genuine Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablet~ ths t~tm~ly that e~'e~ a ~ld ~ one d/t.y WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of solid finan. ciai reputation, $936 salary per year, payable weekly, $8 per day absolutely sure and all expen- sse, straight, bouafids, deflate salary, no com- mission, salary paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week. I~TANDARD HOUSE, 884, DZ,~BO~ ST., Cmoxoo. STATEMENT Of tbe conditio~ of the Saguaohe Coun- ty Bank, located at Saguache, Colorado, at the close of business Monday, July 1st 1901: RF~URCES: Loans and dmcounta ........ $141,898 96 Overdrafts ................... 321 09 Bank building, safe deposit vaults, furniture & fixtures ~ 2,200 00 L ue from National and State ks ....................... 1~359 7t Cash and Cash Items ......... 10,520 67 8156,300 46 LIABILITI E8; Capital stock ................ $ 30,000 O0 Undivided Profits ............ 2,093 4~ Due Depositors .............. 124,207 02 $156,300 46 I, Charles Tarbell, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the fore,oing statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. State of Colorado, County of Saguache --ss: Subscribed and sworn at, before me this 8th day of July A.D. ]901. [Seal] W~t.L~m F. BoY~, Notary Public, Quarterly Meetl,g. I~v. Leadbetter, presiding elder, will preach in Saguache, Sunday July 21st, both morning and evening. To Core a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Qmnine Tab- lets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Orove's signature is on each box. 25c. WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company of s,)ld final~- cial reputation, $930 salary per 3ear, payable weekly, $3 day absolutely sure and all expen- deflnlte salary, no eom- each Saturday and expense each week, STANDARD ~4 DEAnEON ~T. CKIOAOO. I have been making boots and shoes for a good many years and it is reasonable to sup- pose tnat I am a Judge of these articles. I have concluded to carry a line of Beets and Shoes for ladies, men and children and a portion of the 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, Saguache, Colo. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguaohe County Bank. I In II I. I State of Colorado, t .. County of Saguache. 5 ~ In the county court. In thematter of the estate of Henry Otis Wales, George Edward Wales and Elsa Rose Wales, minors, To the people of the state of Colorado, greet- ing. Notice is hereby given that ibe undersigned, g~lardlauof Henry OHs Wales, George Ed- ward Wales and Elsa Rose Wales, minor heirs of Nathaniel Wales, deceased, wilt on Tues- day, August 6th, A. D. 1901. make application to the county court of ,~aguache county. Colo- rude, reran order permttiing her to sell the interest of the satd Henry Otis Wales George V.~ward Wales and EIsa Rose Wales. in and to the following described real property to. wit: TheS. W. % of see. 28. tile N. ~V. M of sec. 33, theS. W.~ ofsec. 83, the~.E. ~ of sec. 32, the S. W. ~4 and W. of the S, E. ~ ~f see, 85, tn twp. 14, N. R. 10. E N. M, M. and th'l~ W. of theS. E.~.andtheN. E. ~of the S. E, ~/~, and the~!t.E.~oftheN. E.~of see. 18, and the N. W. V~ of the .% W. ~4 and the S. W, ~ of tl~eN.W.~audtheE,%otti~e N. W. ~& of sec. 17 twp. 4L N. R. It E. N. M.M. contain. ing In ell 1,200 acres more or less, together with ell water rights and ditches appertaining to said land. Saguache county, Colorado, tile suid iuterest of the said minor heirs being an undivided one-fourteenth Interest. ~|ARTHA E. WALES, Guardian of Henry Otis Wales, George Ed- ward Wales and Elsa 14ose Wales. Public Trustee Sale. Whereas, H. Aaron Lord, M. D., of the coun- ty of Saguache and state of Colorado, did by his certain used of trust, dated the 10th day of August, A. D. 1898 and recorded on the 1Zth day of August, A. D. 18~8 in the office of the clerk and recorder of said Saguacbe couuty iu hook ~o. 77 at page No. 140, convey to the public trusts of ~tguaehe county, Colorado, the following described property to-wit : Lots No. 7, 8 and 9 ill block NO. 25, of the town of Saguache, ~aguacbe county, Colorado. to have and to hold the same together with all and singular the privileges and appurtenances timretobelong[og, whlcl~ said conveyance Was made to secure the payment of ten certain promissory notes of eveu date therewith for ' the principal sum ot f~0 and Interest thereon at the rata of 10 per cent. per annum pay- able as iu said deed of trust set forth, said ' notes being given and payable to Minna Hetmherger and signed by H. Aaron Lord M. i l)., H. ~,V. Lord and Alice M. Lord, said notes being payable ou or before 2, 4, 6, 12, 18, 24, 80, 36, 42 aud 48 months alter date thereof Whereas, said deed of trust provides lu case of default of the payment of said notes or any of them or the iuterest thereon, or any part thereof, it may and sllall be lawful for the said lrustee at the request of the legal holder of said notes to sell tile said premises at public auction at the public front door of the county court house in the town of ~aguache, In the county el Saguache, state of Colorado, for the best price the same wilt briug in cash, four weeks notice having been glveu at tbe time of such sale by advertisement in one of the news- papers at the time publlshed Jn said Saguachc eoumy, and to make and deliver to the pur- chaser good and sufficient conveyance thereof and outoftheproeeeds of this trust to pay said notes Including all moneys advauced for insurance, taxes and assessments and interest thereon, rer, dering tl~e surphis, if any, unto the party of the first part, his heirs or assigns, and Whereas, default has been made lu the pay-- mona of luterest and principal due on said promissory nol~s and by reason of said default the legal holder of said notes has requested the said trustee lu said deed of trust named to make sale of the premises for the purpose atoresatd. iCASH IALK$. You have often heard this, but it is not the truth. But cash will buy more goods at Ickes ant] Co.'s than at any other place in the San Luis Val|ey. And this [~ positively ~he truth. Buy one of those tripple motion ice Cream Freez- ers for $~.7~, cool yourself off, theu look over their other prices and you will be ~hcir everlast- ing customer. We always pay top prices for pmdu~.. I II I I I li II ...... Best of Job Printing at this office. YOU ARE INVITED to visit The Bcckley Packint House and inspect our complate lines of Groceries, Glassware, Enameledware, Harness and Saddles. Our Grocery Department is larger than it has ever been before. Don't forget that wa have a nice line of up-to- date styles of wash goods. Furniture. i have lust received a new lot furniture. Bed- ateads, tables, center and extensl0n, chairs, mattresses, et, D0 net send awa urnlture be ere you see my fine, Am still sellint hardware at bedr0 k prl es, ELLA HOWARD. at the old Fullerton stand. Now,therefore, notice is hereby giveu that the public trustee, as aforesaid, under and by vlriue of the power and authority in me vest- ed by the terms of s~Jd deed of trust and at the request of Angust Zobel, the asslgnee and legal holder of said notes, will on Wednesday. the24th day of July. A, D. 1901 at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day sell an( I dispose of the above described property, an( Notice for PubncaUon. all the right, title, beueflt and equity ot re[ demptlou of the satd H. Aaron Lord, M.D. U. 8. Land Office, Del ~orte, Colo. ) July 16, 1901. his heirs and asSignS tberein, at public auct ton at the public front door of the court house tu the town of Saguaebe, state of Colorado for Not tee is hereby given that the following the highest and best price the same will bring named settler na~ flleu notice of his intention ia cash for the purpose el paying said notes to make final proof In support of his claim, and aiiin~eres~ due thereon, up to the time of and tiiat said proof will be made before the ~ale, t~getller witi~ the cost mid e~penso of clerk of the district court, at Saguache. Cole- executing this trust, said property to be Sold rude, on August 2t, 1901, viz; subject lo all unpaid taxes. Jahn Paul 81men who made homestead on- SAmUeL J~Wi~LL, Public Trustee. try No. 2706 for the north west ~, see. 28, twp. 44,1~ R 10 E. First pub. June 20, last July 18. He names the following witnesses to prove " his continuous residence upon and euitiva- State of Colorado, ~ tion of said land vlz: 8S ~sguache County. ~ F.M. Davis, Mirage, Colo., William Eaton, O. A. Wales, H. C. grazes, all of Moflkt, Colo. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned gurdia~n of the person and estate of Maybeth JAn. H. B^X"~R, Reg/~ter. Robison, minor h~ir of Charles P. Roblnson~ deceased, will on Monday August 5,1901, make appllcatiou to tl~e county coort nf Sagu'tehe conn~y,('olorado, for an order permitting her S E NT F R E E t0 sell the interest of the ~eid Maybeth Hobi. son In and to the southwest quarter of north- ~ "FISHER'S e~st quarter, north half of southeast quarter ]r l~t Uterina Tnnle Knowledge eild tile Sotliheast quarter of lhe soutileast ~*i The Great Female Remedy positively quarler Ot sec~,iou 2'2, twp. 47, N. H. 9, E. N. hi. |~ ~ cures all femalecomplaints; 1 mon!h'~ P. M. The said interest being all ct~divided ~ ( treatment Sl; $ monffns' treatment $5. one-half. ~" ~ MRS. SADIE M. FlSIIER SU,T~ 23, 88 | ,a~~ N 16TH ST., nENvEa, CoLo. Also for ~a]e ~USIE ROBISON, ~'~"~j[]l~by AaDr',lggist~ Send for freesampie ~ and nterature, worth its weigi~t in go!d, Guardian of tile person and estate of May- "vdl.~l[.=P" Igtfledat0'where0nteque,t~postpaid. I beth ~toblson, tl ountain %imitcb Only ONE Night Out COLORADO to CHICAGO 0nly TWO Nights Out COLORADO to BUFFALO NEW YOt K and PHILADELPHIA_ ,,~. +De.ver ............... ,,+Op.m.,.lly. ~ CHEAP EXCUR$10N RATES Lv. Colorado Springs... I ta0 p.m, Dally. Ar. chicago ....... 0 :~, p.m.m.,t,a,. ALL SEASON. For Bates, Roservatioce and Literature, address W. H. FLRTH, Oeu'I Agt., 800 17th at., Denver. JOHN SEBASTIAN, G. P, A., Chieego. E.W. THOMPSON, A. G. P. A., To~ek=.