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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. VOL. XXI. NO. 31. This week we desire to call our friends' attntion to our nice line of SAGUACHE, COLORADO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1901. n i i Boys and Youths' Ci0thin H i S Zit II Ill I * "I have used Ayer's HairVigor for thirty years. It is elegant tor a hair dressing and for keeping the hair from splitting at the ends."-- J. A. Gruenenfelder, Granffork, Ill. 84 I. B. Gelwiek lumber ............... 85 C. Hayden dep diet atty ..... : ......... 88 J.D. Pllcher diet atty $170 at. at ...... 87 J. F. Goad supt irri, $49.(~ aL at ...... 88 {L Peterson water com. $'205 al. at .... 89 Quinn & CoIeman small pox .......... 90 George Darter small pox .............. 91 Sarah Parker small pox ............... 92 Creotone mer. co. snail pox .......... 9a W. F. Horn & co. small pox ........... 94 Chas Murg n eon~t bin ................ 95 O. P. Shippey coroner ................. a M. Henner juror ...................... b J. D. O'Brien corotmr juror ........... c J. F. McCormick coroner juror ....... d V. 8. Wilson coromw juror ............ e B. F. Stilt cur,nor juror .............. WHOLE NUMBER 1071. I 27 75 I Drouth. 140 The young grain dies in the lurrow,ithe parch. 34 10250 I ed fields pant for rain, 175 ._ . I The cattle mad with a quenchless thirst, bel- l'/ eu i 9 ~5 [ low lu helpless pain. 3790 [The farmer welches his substance fade--cot* 38 ~ [ ton and corn and wheat- 3625 ] And he hides his face in prayerful fear Iron 250 ] the sun king's blistering heat. 250 / The soil is fuel to sun by day and a furnace to 225050, air by night, Tile wind is a searing, wllhering flame, his SAGUACHE CRESCENT FoaMxRL~" 8AOUAOlll DlewOOBT. OSCAR D. BRYAN, PROPB.IETOP, AND I~.DITOR. ' ublisb,~.~ .at l~acbe, Colo.,..,e~ ThnrKla;. On political qu~tions it wilt aGvonatl ~ne interests of the Rapubhcan In~t;. Its chief aim will be to ac[vano the ma- terial intermte of this county. Subscription, - $2.00 It Year. i which we have for sak--sizes three to twenty years--at price, s ranging from $2.00 to $6.00 a suit. "Featherbone Whips." SAH FEAST, - MOFFAT. LAWRENCE & WILLIAMS D UNN BLOCK, S ~ C~ T T ~k_ C I-I tE, C C) L C) I=~_~ 2D C) , _ mnlNu i i i ] f Hair-splitting splits riendships. If the hair- splitting is done on your own head, it loses friends for you, for every hair of your head is a friend. Ayer's Hair. Vigor in advance will prevent the splitting. If the splitting has begun, it will stop it. $1.00 a bottle. All drugglstL If your druggist cannot supply }~u, send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name of your nearest express office Address ~ J.C. AYER CO., lowell, ~e. I ~_ | Have just opened as complete a stock of MUOU'T*'0 ~-'~"|0"~RS--R.E~TIN6OFCOUNZ~ -BOABD 0F HV+ALT GENERAL HARDWAREt +++ ::; :=', health with the following members pres- ent: John Welty, chairman; Frank Ae can be found in the San Luis Valley. Brown, J. E. Ashley, Dr. J. T. Melvin health offic'er; Lee Fairbanks, secretary. Thin 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. i Buggies and Wagons Ihave at my place in the town of Moffat a Large Stock of Farm Implements--Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Bindisg Twine, Oil, 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 m the valley. Call and examine my stock and get my prices before buying elsewhere. JOHN HOLCOMB. MOFFAT, COLO. WITHIN THE R[ACL " i EVE RY "~" ~~ FULLY WARRA~TD ee~~.~L;~iFOR TEN YE.a, R5 ILLINOI~ SEWING MACHINE CO. Rc Lhd~&L f J. D. Bunu coroner juror ............. 250 g Frank England coroner witness ..... 200 h Dr. Lord coroner witness ............. 4 00 i Dr. Rogan coroner witness ............ 14~0 o0 96 O. P, ~hippey coroner ................. 0 a W. J. Werner corouor juror ........... ' 50 b F. McCluro coroner juror ............. 2 50 e TI. W. Forbes coroner juror ........... 2 50 d Byron Forbes coroner juror ........... 2 50 e John Hawkins coroner juror ......... 2 50 f James Forbes coroner juror ........ gMEdWernercoronorwitnesa ..... :; 250 h Roy Werner c.ronor withes8 .......... 2 00 i Clara Burton corouor witness ......... 2 00 j Andrew Forbes coroner witness ....... 2 0o 9t ,I. ,~1. Lawrence acting cor. $7.60 disal 98 J. M. Lawrence J. F. $4.65 ........ disal a Cims M,rgan censtabh~ $6.60 ...... disal b A. Sievert~ J. P. wit. $2.15 ......... disal t9 B. E. Kortright J. ~' ................... 5 45 a Alex Craig constable .................. 2 77 b John Curtis J. P. witness ............ 260 100 S. R. Mills small pox .................... 9780 101 Mrs. W. H. Rsber small pox .......... 4950 tO2 Crestoue market small pox ........... 125 The public health regulations submit- 128 Pete Sheridan blacksmithing ......... 129 L W. Rice & ca small pox ............. ted hy the state board of health are read 180 o. P. Shippey coroner ............. *na oao-~od with th- F~II~;.~ .Am 131 O. P. 8hippey coronorl ....... ~.~ ..... .... 182 Wesley Staley supt ~rm ............... l~lOnai clause: 138 Wesley Staley ex $10.91 .......... disal Th count ~e "th ~ .... i 134E. Williams sheriff $554.05 al at ........ e y n at, omcer snail nave 185R. J. Means dep sheriff ................ full authority to enforce necessary rulesJ ,~ Oh? W~=d~p ~2/~=;.x ~; '~:~ regarding attendance at school in any l i[hX:~re%%r'fie'~'8~er]~."U.:7..:~...-:.T S O O " S " 139 T Nolaud bmliff $22.50 at at .. . ca e wh n c utagtou diseases may be 140~V.A. MoEntyrebailiff ...... :i..~.~ found to exist within any school dis- l~tW. A. Johpson ba.iiiff ................. . 1~2 ~ugene wlztlams laser ................ trmt of tne county. 143 Eugene Willliams jail ex .............. Dr ~ T M lye ....... n 144 Clara Williams board prisoners ....... . o. . e n, ~ne county neai~n i 145 Chas Lawiey guardlunacy ............ officer, makes the following report re- I 1~ Austin. Ja~ues gu.ar.d lunacy .......... I 1~4 ~rs. COlVln DOarU lunacy ............ , garding his work for thepaet six months. J ~4s Frank Brown road plow .............. ~t p ~ ] 149 A. Brewer coffin I~auper ............... ~ma.. ~o-. I 150 A, Brewer team hxre pauper ........... No. county pest houses established ............ 7 1 151 Mrs. Colvin board jurors .............. No. houses m which small pox developed ...... 7 [ 152 John Clean road overseer .............. No. of patients sick ............................ 38 [ 158 Ches Fox small pox ................... No. persons held in quarantine after expos... 551154 Bert Blare J. P ......................... No. having disease before quarantine estab .... 10 | 155 Bert Clare J. P $4.05 ............. disal No. becoming sick after detention ............ 28 | a A. E. Wilcox dep sheriff .............. No. quarantined and not becoming sick ... 171156 Bert Clare J. P ........................ No. cases infected and not quarantined ....... 0 | 157 Bert Clare J. P..: ..................... : Longest period detention in qpar., days ....... 34 | a Frank Hall J. P. witness ............. Shortest permd of detention,days ............. l;t I b Lester Rail J. P. wimess ............. First patient detained March 8. Last patient c George Means .1. P. witness ........... discharged June ~. d Jerry Riley J. P. witness ............. Average cost to eoanty per patient $17 or in- e ~ay ~sgorwJ. P~t~ness ............. o e i e b uara " ' .... m.C~ ...... w .................. cludmgth sod tan d yq utlne, $12.50. _-r~t._u^~T 1) .~,~ .o ' Number of deaths 1 a o ......... ~e ..................... .............................. h Frank McLa J.P. witness .......... Scarlet Fever. 158 B~rt Clare J. P ......................... breath Is a final bhght. The shame of a childless woman is the shame of the barren ea:'tih And sun and star look down to seoff at a fruitless planet's dearth. Dun sands mark where the river ran, brook. let and pool and well Have yielded their feeble, futile drops to the thirst of an earthly hell. The sturdy trees of the forest droop in the curse of a blasting air, And man at last, with a bodeful heart, turns to his God in prayer. Men ~a~her in the;marketplace from workshop and field and byre, In late repentance asking the cause of Je- hovah's ire, 1{,3 Atkinson lumber co. small pox ...... 1 43 Unpracticed binges of the knee ere~:k as they 105104 Thee W. F. Phillips nora & re. small small pox pox ............... ........... 27,., ~5,I sink to pray. ~) I And quavering lips form an awkward prayer l~ J. T. M elvin small pox $95 25 al. at... 8~ 109107 Clyde J" J" NavinSwelch rOadroad suppliesVerseer ............ ............ 134324,.75,n In fear of the J udgment Day. 108 Alexander Bros lumber ............... 501 * ~)0 [ Ye have had your years of plenty, your bins 110 State ind. sch-ol. Daisy Follows ...... 49 111 J. E. Mitchell dop water corn ......... 11000 [ have groaned with grain, 112 Gee Neidhardt dep water corn ........ 8~ O0 [ Wealth crowned your prettiest lebors ye k ne w 113 Leo Fairbanks co work, par agt ....... 945 114, Lee Fairbanka clerk dist court ....... 20126[ not the tou,ql of pain, 115 J. R, Morgan dep assessor ............. 4800 [ Then ye reveled In wine-won gladness, loud 116 T. M. Alexander assessor & ex ........ 8~ 621 in your boasting ye cried, 117 Alexander Bros lumber ............... "6 45 118 S. C. Pruden road work ............... 35 00~ Forgetting the God Of your fathers, ignoring 119 J. W. Davinson ex co att; ............ 43 80 him lit your pride. 120 J. I. Palmer co snpt sohools .... 28~ 59 121 B. P, Stubbs rent pauper .............. 12 O0 He glveth the cooling showers, he giveth the 122 Abs co use o[ books ................... 1500 harvests ye glean; 128 John Sinclair witness .................. 625 124 J. W. Davidson witness ............... 250 He sendetb the nations the fat years; bebold 125 J. M. Pitzer water sum $190 al at ..... 9500 he sendeth the lean! 126 John Braun road overseer ............ 9700 Yet unto him who gave ye all no little part ye 127 R. Cooner road overseer .............. 14585 250 yield; 835 Behold, he demandeth his portion, tribute of 8 80 mart :~nd field! 19 ,5O 4900 In years when ye reveled In plenty ye heark- 54530 ened not to the Word; 4780 The orpllan starved at your doorway, the 1000 weaklings ye nut to the sword. 6500 Lo! now is the time of payment, plead Xlot to 20' 00 him of your needs! 5 2 5~0 Ye heard not the cry of the starving--he 1675 ~ measures ye now by your deeds. 141 '25 Vainly, in triumph, ye boasted, what your 7~ lland and your braiu had wrought; 10 The times and the seasons of plenty that you 18 and your cliques had brought; 20 Know that your boasts were idle. lies were S ~ your foolish words- 22 227,50 ~or good and Ill and life and death, these and 89 400~ all else are the Lor(l's. To whoso walks in his pathway, who holdeth 55 79~5 his name in awe, 1855[He givlt~l fullness and plenty to him who b 09 I keepeth the l~w. ~[I~e deaieth to all inJustl0e; from whoso his 5 001 portion denies 500 I He clatmeth a double portion Lor tile flames t~] of sacrifice. 425 I * 9 60 ] ~o. burns the flame on the altar, the incense P. M. JONES, Agent, Saguaehe, Colo. i WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FR[E.+ Write to.day for our hand-I i some IUustrated catalogue l READ THE LETTERS i andseswhat,beautifui.p.re-] from our patrons and 1 mtUmS we give Ior ~elungl be coDe[need that you U oarS oaps. ~Veglvetoe&ehI are dealing with a thor- l parcnasercr a box of Soap[ oughly rc31abl souse, l~l or bottle of Perfume theirI n choice of some of the hand- somest premiums in the market, Lamps, BraceletS, GlasSware, Opalware Knives, Roasting Pans, Cake m Plates and otimr t~autlfal pre~ente. To ~ "n theagentwhoseUaonly~4 boxe~of Soap I i we give a 50-Piece DlnneP Set--not a I i toy ~et--but a beautifully decorated and ~l ~ gold traced, full size for ~'amLly nee, Din- f.~t~j~ RISTOL --T , nerset Wealaogivs Couches 1tuckers ~ ~ ~1 $I I sm ver much pleased with mydlshes and Dtn/n~ "nf~nm I~ho4~ I'~ant~ PP~hloo' ~ (" ql mH WIJI t n U i~ P z ........... Lace Curtains, Watches. Knives and ~U ell|S .L*ULu J~J~SAw. ForkS, Graniteware, Sewing ~,lachines, ~m N]f~4$ONVtLLg. OU~O. Musical Instruments, Etc. Ifcashlspre- ~n Goods rseetved to-day, M.y customers arc all ferred we allow a very llbemi commi6- ~A~al w~ll plea~sd wtth thelr lamp2: We have not ~ren Slou. Wetrustyoa, ~emoneyr~qaLred. [~/~,~'~1~ ~meh nLee lampl here before, wUl esnd soother order We.allow ~.oa 15 days' time in which [ ~ [~4 I~l in ~SW deyl. I sm more than pleased with the tO deliver the goods and eollsc$ your ~N/~]i~4~ 1 mandolin, Mrs. AG~q~ HZTCIIING@. moaeF before payleg us. Do~a't aelay, vn 1iN SALVONA SOAP CO., h~ain and Locust Sts., ST. LOUIS, ~0. THP, PBOPL 'g NATIONAL FAHILY NffaPAPRR H W- YORK TRI- WEEKLY TRIB[IHE Published Monday, Wednesday and Fri- +,.,+t..o. HEW fresh, every- other-day Daily, giving the lat- est news on days of to- sue, and ooveriug n ews of the other three. It contains all important foreign cable news which appears inTHE ~[/'~][~ T]" DAILY TRIBUNE of11KK ~Lme date, also Do- JLVA~]LI~ me,tie and Foreign ] Correspondence, Short I Stories. El~ant Half- I tone Illustrations, I Humorous Items, In-I dustrial informatfon, 1 Tl]~r~ ]'I ]17]" ~ Fashion Notes, Agri- I WHHK I .V cultural Mattere and llJ~l]l~lkl~J~ uompreneuslv9 aua re- I liable Financial and[ Market reDorts. I Regular subscription peryear I? TRTTH We furnish it with I JLltltJ~U]JLI THE OBESOENT for $$.50 per year. Published on Thurs- day, aud known for nearly sixty years in every part of the Unit- e0 States de a National Family Newspaper of the nighest class, for farmers and villagers. It contains all the most impertantg e n o r a 1 news of THE DAILY TRIBUNE up to hour of going to press, an Agricultural Dsoart, ment of the highest or- der, has entertaining reading for every member of the family, old and yeung, Market Reports which a'e ac- cepted as authority by farmers and country morohants~ and is olean, up to date, In- teresting and instruct- ive. Regular subscription price, $1.00 per year. We furnish it with THE CEESCE~T for $2.00 per year. Send all orders to The Crescent, Saguache., No. cases reported and quarantined ........... 13 No. of deaths ........................... 2 ..., ..... ..::::::..:::.::..:....: o Diphtheria. No. cases reported and quarantined ........... 6 No. houses fumigated .......................... 2 No further business appearing, on mo- tion board adjourned. Lz~: FAXRBANKS, Secretary. Bills disposed of at the July, 1901, meeting of the county commissioners of Saguache county: No. Name. For What. Amount 1Chas Perry juror ...................... $ 9 55 a W. A. Bassdale J. P. witness ......... 1805 b C. E. Reeves J. P. wittnesa .......... 1805 e Horace Means J. P. witness ........... 200 d (3. A. Scandrett J. P. w~tnesa ......... 2 45 e T. M. Tucker J. P. witness ............ 500 f Joim Davey J. P. witness .............. 3 50 159 Lyn Cole road overseer ................ 19'2 50 160 Len Townsend juror .................. 10 00 161 Duplicate bill ........................ 162 L. & W. road supp,hes ................. 7 50 168 L. & W. road supplies ................. 5 00 164 L. & W. road supplies ................. 8 30 165 L. &. W road supphea ................. 2 25 166 L. & W. road supplies ................. 4 35 1~70. D. Bryan co printing ............... 73 00 168 O. D. Bryan co judge .................. 88 50 169 G. & T. co mdse pauper ............... 124 50 170 G. &T. co mdso jail ................... 5 O0 171 G. & T eo mdss conrt house ........... 52 08 172 F. W, Swanson water corn ............ 72 00 173 F. M. Case dop water corn ............ 1850 1'/4 F. M. Case den water corn ............. 14 50 odors arise; The nations yield up the tribute, a bard- wrung sacrifice. The blight of his wrath is upon yon, love is your passion and pain! * ~ $ * * S When the fires oi anger are sated, then only will come the rain! --T. K. ttedrick, in the St. Louis Globe-Dem. ocra t. Astounded the Editor. Editor S. A. Brown of Bennettsville, S. C., was once immensely surprised. "Through long suffering from dyspep- sia," he writes, "my wife was greatly run 2 James 8lane juror ..................... 18 80 S Luke Gilligan juror .................. 4 John Rominger ~uror .................. Fred Green juror ...................... 6 Pbilhp Stahi jaror .................... '/J. A. Dickorson juror ................. 8 W. E. Gardner juror ................... 9 R. W. Shellabarger juror ............. ]0 G, H. l~ubertson juror ................. 11 J. W. Beery juror ...................... 12 J. B. Morgan juror .................... 13 W, W. Iden juror .................... ~.. 1~ Harry Wheeler juror .................. 15 J. N. Coleman juror ................... 16 J. J. Keller juror ...................... 17 D. S. Jooes juror ...................... 15 W. K. Manes juror .................... i9 W. A. blcl~)txre juror ................. '20 M. Ed Werner w~t.ness ................. 21 Fred ouel~ witness .................. 8 75 2~ J. L, Hurt witness .................... 9 20 23 I. ,9. Bloomfied witness ............... 2 50 2t L;. R. Reeves witness ................... 7 50 25 W. A. t~agsdale witness ............... 7 50 26 Cha~ Morgan w~tnees ................. 12 00 27 Peter Hanson witness ........ 16 50 28 Wm. Hansen witness .................. 16 50 2~ Harry Seeker witness ................. 16 50 ~0 J uan igi! witness .................... 16 50 $1 Z, T. Clark witooss .................... 550 ~2 John Davey witness ................... 2 5O ~;~ Horace Means witness ................ 250 34 C. A. Scandrett witness ............... 2 50 35 R. B. Wallace witness ................. 8, ou $6 M. M. SutJey witness .................. 7 O0 37 W. H. Garntson witness .............. 5 80 ~8 Geo T. Warburton withes8 ............ 6 ~9 D. S. Jones witness ................... 5 40 J. T. Meivia witness .................. 2 50 41 J. '1'. Melvin witness hmacy ........... 10 00 42 Out West pub Co. supplies ........... 49 75 4S Out West pub Co. supplies ............ 440 44 Out West pub Co. supplies ............ 81 19 45 Del Norte land office or. entries ....... 4 20 46 T. P. Goodman road overseer ......... 6~ 00 4'/ W. H. Endnor lumber .................. 50 48 G. T. Sumner spec counsel ............ 40 uv 49 Thee Pidtlips small pox .......... 5700 50 O. O. Fellows j uror .................... 2290 51 Juan Chaves juror ..................... 2350 52 Tbos Tough juror ..................... 2250 53 J. H. Parsons juror .................... 21 b~0 54 r. H. Underhill juror ................. 17 O0 55 Jas Creger jaror ....................... 1250 56 Oscar Mack juror ...................... 1250 5'/Jas Buchanan juror ................... 1250 5~ L. 8. Lockett juror .................... 1250 59 Bert Alien juror ....................... '2 50 00 J. F. Williams juror ................. '~ 50 61Oscar Proffit juror .................... 250 62 Homer Wcimer jaror ................. 250 63 A. E. Wilcox juror .................... 250 64 A. N. Wood w~tness .................. 1'/ 20 65 B. N. Watkins witness ................ 1720 66 John Bryant witness .................. 7 '/5 6'/J. A. ~mith witness ................... 14 O0 08 G. F. Shutte witness ................... 8 60 6~ W. K. Manis wituess .................. 9 Z0 70 T. J. Muiiin witness ................... 11 71) 71 E. E. Shutls witneaa ................... 8 60 '/2 John Curtis wxmees ................... 10 2i '/3 A. Craig witness ....................... ~ o0 '/4 Win. Deac witness .................... 8 O0 75 G, N, Douglas witness ................ 14 70 '/6 Mrs. Sheets witness ................... 10 20 77 Mrs. Grattnn witness ................... I0 50 '/8 Thus Tucker w~tness .................. 5 50 79 llenry Smith witness .................. 11 90 80 Frank Smith witness ................. 11 t~) 81 John Outland witness ................. 11 90 82 Thus Tuoker witness ................. , 8 8~ J, B. Oetw|0k lamber,,, ............. , ~tS0 1'/5 Out West pig co sup ................... 87 ~.8 17 O0 176 Out West ptg co sup .................. 3 9O down. She had no strength or vigor 14 90 1'/'/Baldwin & MacKay mdse pauper ..... 2~2 ~ and suffered great distress from her 21 60 178 w. M. Brashear small pox ........... 21 60 1'/9 W. M. Braahear small pox $2.45 slat. 1 SO stomach, but she tried Eleotric Bitters 2o ~0 180 John Cline road work ................. 4 50 . 20 50 181Elmer Burgh dep water corn .......... 13 50 which helped her at once, and, after r, 0 22 50 182 Argo Taylor water oom ................ 40~ O5 USing four bottles, sho is entirely well 12 80 18s H. S. Gould btacksmithing ........... 10 {)0 184 ]:L ~S. Oould blacksmithing ........... 2 00 can eat anything. Its a grand tonic, and oo 185 G. W. Beckley mdse pauper ........... 85 50 . 50 / 186 8u~an Ball wituess .................... 14 85 l~e gentm laxative qualities are splendid .~ 50; 187 John Wan, y witness .................. lt~P for torpid liver." For indigestion, loes 50 188 Mack & Gray lmnbor ................. 250 I 189 F. Mc(qure juror ...................... 25O I of appotlte, stomach aud liver troubles 250 : 190 A. b. Reeves supt irri $35.85 al at ..... 3290 . 50191E. E. Doyle water sum ................ 7000 its a positive, guaranteed cure. Ouly 50 2 50 ]92 D. I. Whitemuu mdee pauper ......... tl,~ ~ cents at Lord & Wilcox', drug +store, 2 6 ~50 9 D. J. "~ ,i~enk+it t~.+too road ............ 8001 Crestone, Cole 600 .... ' ~25 19~0~uI Some of our growers are slightly ~"~' ;J0 ~ afraid that we may have a repetition of ~llast }'ear's potato failure. It is stated 3 ,)0 ! that in many instances the vines are not 194 R. L. We|ton road work ............... 195 J. M. White road work ................ 196 it. H. Lamnson road overseer ......... 19'/J. N. Coleman small pox .............. 198 lckes & Co, ~mall pox ................ 199 L. W. t{obson dep assessor ............ 200 Birt Clare J. P. $L4.50 al at ............ a Amedo Maes lntrep J. P. court ....... b Maria Valencia witness in court ...... c J. Mass witness court $3.50 ....... disal d Line Maes witness in court ........... e Sadie Mass witness in court .......... 3 5o 201 Z. T. Clark witness in court ........... 5 00 202 W, T. Birdwell witness in court ....... ti 25 203 Clyde Welch paint, court house ....... 25000 204 C. Weloh re court hesse $12.50 al at... 125 205 Fred McDonald road work ............ 900 206 Ed Shewalter juror ................... 2L 25 207 John F. ~tow juror .................... t980 2o8 J. A. Dauidson juror .................. 2100 209 M. F. Adams w~tness ........... ~; ..... 9 20 210 Met Wills witness ..................... 1250 211 John Novitt stem)grapher ............. '/0 00 212 John Nevitt stenographer ............. 10 213 J. W. Davidson connty atty ........... '/500 2t48am Jewel[ rebate taxes .............. 1950 2158am Joweil rebate taxes ............. 1 216 8am Jeweil janitor court house ....... 20 21'/ 8am Joweil oourt o~ appeals .......... 12 218 Sam Jcwoll treas sal & dep ............ 5S2 2198am Joweli nurse pauper ............. 20 2208am Jowell rebate taxes .............. 10 2"21 Dr. Bradburn small pox $9t ..... disal 2Z2 J. E. Lemon ........................... 61: 223 Sam Jewell postage ................... 18 224 Frank Brown viewing roads .......... 30 2"25 John Welty co corn ................... 41 226 Frank Brown co sum .................. ~}2 227 J. E. Ashley eo corn ....... : ........... 85 2"28 Lee Fairbanka oemi-annual re ........ 80 229 bee Fairbanks clcrk of baard ......... What a Tale it Tells, If that mirror of yours shows a wretch. ed, sallow complexion, a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin its liver trouble, but Dr. King's Ne~ Lifo Pills regulate the liver, purify the blood, give clear skin, rosy cheeks, rioh oomploxion. Only 25 cents at Lord & Wilcox's drug store, Grestone, Colo. A fine specimen of what can be raised in the way of ourrnats ie banging ia this oflt00, It ie from Jason Jaquee' plao~, looking just right and indications point to the unfavorable "setting" of the tubere It seems a trifle early to Inako an accur- ate guess at the situation, and it is to be boped that the crop may turn out all right.--Prospector. If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check 55~ any unusual looseness el the bowels or i dlarrhoea so common to small children O4 g Y o0 [ baby was teething and took a running off ~[of the bowel, and sickness of the st0m- 601 ach. Bis bowels would move from five to eight times a day. I had a bottle of Ohamberlain'e Colic, Cholera and Diar- rhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teasponful of water and he got better at once." For sale by the Saguache Pharmacy. Gee. W. Beckley left Thursday morn- ing of last week for Denver, A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may be cured by a few applicetions of Chamber- lain's Pain Bairn. For sale by the Sa- guache Pharma~, A Minister's Good Work. "I had a sever attack of bilious colic, got a bottle of Chambor]ain's Colin, Chol- era and Diarrhoea Remedy, took two doses and was entirely oured," eaye Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia, Ken. "My neighbor across the street was sick for a week, had two or three bottles of medi- cine from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief, so diseharged him. I went over to see him the next morning. He enid his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they had beeu running off so long that it was almost bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried Chamberlain's Cello, Cholera and Diar- rhoea Remedy and he said 'No,' I wont home and brobght him my bottle and gave him one dose, told him to take another does in fifteen or twenty minu- tes if he did not find relief, but ha took no more and was entirely oured. I thin~ it the best medicine I have ever tried." For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. Goes to Raid the Moonshiners. Walter L. Painter, special internal rev- enue officer, left Denver last night for Alamosa where he will investigate re- ports which have reached his ears con. cerning wholasale moonshining opera- tions. According to reports whioh Pain- ter has heard, an organized band of Ken- tucky mountaineers has taken up head-. quarters in the San Luis valley about 50 miles from Monte Vista a~d near an old deserted mine. Smoke has been seen to issue from the summit, of the mine con. tenuously for many monthaaud it is sup. posed that the stills are located in the fastnesses. The mountain is difficult of accea and is always closely guarded by the moon- shiners who have a fores on guard night and day all armed with h#avy carbine. A few of the ranchmen in the vicinity have attempted to investigate, but their ouriosity has always been cooled at night of the armed force. To all questions which have been put to them the enp- posed moonshiners have stated that they were operating a mine and desired no in- terference. '['hey explained the ~moke by ~aying that the mine wa~ on fire. It ha~ been known for some time that a large amouut of the moonshine article has been passed along the valley and with the reports of the armed force, Mr. Painter thinks a well estebliehed still has been loq~ted on the mountain. If his investigations substantiate the raport~ he will organize a posse, and raid " the moonshiners.--Repu blican. Don't be satisfied with temporary re- lief from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia i Cure permanently and completely re- moves this complaint. It relieves per- manently because it allows the tired stomach perfect rest. Dieting won't rest the stomach. Nature reoeiv~ supplles from the fgod we eat. The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol Dys- pepsia Cure, Which digests what you eat and can't help but do you good. Sa- guache Pharmaoy. Mrs. F. B. Allen departed Sunday morning for Cripple Creek where she will spehd several weeks visiting old friends. This is Mrs. A. first visit out of the shadow of Crestone peak for nine- teen years, and before Florenoe was reached was homesick. There is no place like Crestoue eo say we all--Miner, [Yell Machine. H. O. Miller, who has the contrsot for sinking the state artesiau well at this place, offers for sale the machine used here at a hig bargain. Mr. Miller is the patentee and maker of these maehinee and will give any one bed rock prme. The machine can be seen in operation near this place. Call on or address. H. O. Miller, Saguaohe, Colo. The laws of health require that the bowels move onus each day and one of the penalties for violating this law ie piles, Keep your bowels regular by tak- ing a dose of Cbamberlain's Stomaoh and Liver Tablets when neoeseary and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you. Price 25 cents. For sale hy Saguache Pharmsoy. Thee. Roberts, postmaster and cattle- man of Cochetopa, was in town this week with his cousin, Miss Carrie Rob. errs, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. l~ehan.--Gunnison Republican. Mrs. Plttenger will take a few more ~upils on piano and orp~