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July 25, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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July 25, 1901

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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. V0L XXI. NO' 't0. SAGUACHE, COLORADO, THURSDAY, JULY 25, I901. This week we desire to call our friends' attention to our nice llne of Boys and Youths' Clothin which we have for sale--s/zes three to twenty years--at prices ranging from $2.00 to $6.00 a suit. "Featherbone Whips" SAH FEAST, MOFFAT. LAWRENCE & WILLIAMS DUNN BLOCK, S.A.(2FT.Y.A.CZ-TE, COLO~,~.A.DO, Have just opened ae complete a greek of Hair Falls "I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor to stop my hair from falling. One- half a bottle cured me." J, C, Baxter, Braidwood, Ill. Ayer's Hair Vigor is certainly the most eco, nomical preparation'of its kind on the market. A little of it goes a long way. It doesn't take much of it to stop falling of the hair, make the hair grow, and restore color to gray hair. st oo ~l.. ,. +=,~m. If your dru.g~lst cannot supply you, send us one sonar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name of your nearest express office. Address, J. C. &XER CO., Lowell, MSSS. Leasing Ranges. The executive committee of the Amer- GENERAL icon Cattle Growers association yester- HAR DWAREd;+''+*+d"'+''+" o,,, .+ As can be found in the San Luis Valley. This stock is new throughout, was selected by an experienced Hardware man ann was bought at prices which will permit its being sold right. Anything kept in a well-appointed Hardware Stock can be bought of us. We solicit your trade. Buggies and Wagons I=thave at my place in the town of Moffat a Large Stock of Farm Implements--Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Binding Twine, 0il, Etc. I have a bargain to offer in Buggies and Wagons which I buy in car load lots and can make you better paices than you can get any where else in the valley. Call and examine my stock and get my prices before buying elsewhere. JOHN HOLCOMB. MOFFAT, COLO. m. .... ALa: .~ ..... +~ : :;: ':+-"~++'.~.~ I;'V ~ R"+d ,., ~" + "+ ~~ ~~N~ TULLY WAR~ANTED ~[p~~FOR TEN YEAR5 :+ P. "M. JONES, Agent, 8aSuaehe, Colo. [WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE[ , for ear hand. NATIONAL FAMILY NBWSPAPI B, Published Monday, I Published on Thurs- Weduesday and Fri2 I dar. is m reahtya fine, I ]LT'I'I fresh, every.other-day l [I l~W. Daily, givin~ the ~t- I t~IJ L]L est news on nays ot it- I sue, and covering news I of the other three. It I contains all important I foreign cable new~ I which apvears in THE l ~[T t~t ]fl[T~t DAILYTRIBUNE of I 11HK+ same date, also De JL~JI~JUk mestie and Foreig~ Correspondence, 8her Stories, Elegant Half tone Illustrations members will leave for their homes to- and tomorrow. The committee adopted the following resolution in re- gard to the annual assessment upon members: Whereas, It is deemed by the execu- tive com,nittee inexpedient to levy an assessment for the current year, and Whereas, It is the ~udgment of this+ committee that our constitution should be amended at our next annual meeting so as to do away with the plan of assess- meat, now, therefore, be it Resolved, First, that no assessment be levied for the current year; and, second, that we recommend that our constitu- tion be amended at our next annual meeting so as to eliminate the assess- ment plan. The convention of this association held in Denver last March passed a strong leasing resolution and directed the pres- ident to appoint a committee of five to draft a bill for introduction in congress. This committee was appointed yesterday as follows: John P. Irish, of California; M.K. Parsons, of Utah; Bartlett Rioh- ards, of Neb.; Henry M. Porter, of Colo. and A. B, Robertecn, of Texas. Each of these gentlemen has given much thought to the subject for years and members of the executive committee are confident that they will draft a wise and prudent law that will commend itself both to congress and the public. "We are convinced that our member- ....... ship annual dues will cover all the cur- rent expenses, and that the raising of means by assessment is unwise and im- practicable in so widely a scattered body as this," remaked President F. C. Lusk last evening. "We are taring a lively interest in and intend to continuously work on transpor- tation quest, ions of interest to catth growers and as far as we have gone meet ell desired consideration from the rail- way companies. "We are fully convinced that a lease law is going to be passed by the next session of congress, until that question is decided we shall use all our influence and endeavor to secure as little disturb- ance of existing fences as possible. We understand the land department is mak- ing investigations as to the amount an( number of such fences. To remove them at once would cause great destruction and sacrifice of property to the serious disturbance of the market, as well as heavy loss to individuals, and we trust that n~w a solution of the question by a land leasing bill is near that the depart, meat will not consider it necessary to prejudice existing conditions. "You ask what will be some of the principal features of the proposed bill," said President Lusk. "I cannot speak for the committee, it will meet here in the latter part of September, and we earnestly request stockmen generally to send to this association, prior to Sept. 20 any views or suggestions that they may nothing but sand and dust where it was once covered with luxuriant forage grasses. The range is often the scene of bloo'2y tragedies. These things and the fact that no one can suggest any other remedy has led public opinion to change i so rapidly in the lust two years that now the main ,lUe.sti