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JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. Will pract/ce in all courts. dr. TRA C,Y 2dEL VIN, M. D, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite American House, San Juan eve- num. Calls promptly answereda day or night. Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau~ 487. tl i O. P. SHIFPEY, M. D., VilIa Grove, Colo. m ii | I W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Ssguache County Bank. it THE AMERICAN HOSE SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. M, E. COLVIN, PROP. This house has recently changed hands. The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good beds and an excellent table can be rehed upon. Tho Saguaro ounty Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Or$~ized, Mar, l~S0. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $ ,000.00. A General Banking Busl- ne~ Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities o Europe. Safe Deposit Boxa~ for Rent. OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOT]!HELF, President. LFA)POLD MAYER, Yice-Pr~. CIIARLES TARBE/.~, Cashier. Win F. BOYD, Amst. C~hier. MARK BIRDFJ.J.~ CORRESPONDENI~. Kountse Bros., New York CitF. First National Bank, Deuver, Colo. First Nationsi Bank, Pueblo. Colo. . t i t II THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock an- trusted to my care. tin RELIADLE ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .50 Gold and Silver..$ .75 Lead ............. 50t Gold,nil ver, copper 1.50 Samples by mail rsesl~ prompt atts~le~n. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. .... ()GDEN ASSAY CO. 1428-10t$ St., Osnuer, Colo. t t t SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache County :REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Lute Valley--the fa- mous gram field of Colo- rado, Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and msur- ance written. SAGUACHE, COLO. ,I I II I E. E. BURLINGAME & C0.; ASSAY OEFiGE,- . LABORATORY ~tabllshed/a Colorade,IK~. Samples bymsllor express willreceive pt0_mi~t and careful attention ReSnH, Melted and Ausyed 6Old &SJlv0r Bullion on ,u,c.a,t(,. CuasaiCsflan Tasft.._lOOlbs. or ear load iot~, u.,smJuauv,, sgn~e Write for terms, t736 1738 Lawrence St.. Denver. Colo. Q i it lilt _ II I 11 A,'BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave, SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING G(X)DS. This department is m charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine natalie caskets. I have a hesrse. LOCAL HAPPENI NOS Smith Burrows attended church Sun- day. James N. Coleman is making hay this week at the Thompson ranch on Kerber creek. Thos. H. Mahouey came over from Kerber creek yesterday and returned today. Instruction given on piano and organ Mrs. Pittenger. Senator Bowen of Pueblo came in Saturday and left for Sky City this week --Prospector. J. J. Keller returned from Cochetopa on Sunday. The Roberts house is near- tag completion. M. S. Denton, watch, clock and gen- eral repairing, next door to CnZSCENT OffiCe, Saguache. Harvester oil--55 cents per gallon at Lawrence & Williams. Word from Crested Butte says that Gee. W. McAfee, who recently lost an arm in a saw mill accident, is getting along nicely. Ray. McGann will preach next Sun- day on "Questioned Passages in Old Testament and Relation Between Men and Monkeys." The youngest girl of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Palmer was kicked on the jaw by a burro on Monday. Fortunately she escaped serious injury. John Neidhardt "of Cotton creek is very eiek with typhoid fever. George Neidhardt was over Monday afternoon for Dr. Melvin. I have for sale at abargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. Mrs. L. W. Sharps of Bonanza came down on Sunday to help care for Alonzo Morgan who is very sick with typhoid fever. Miss Thais McMulhn accompa- nod her. Alonzo Morgan still remains very sick. Hie fever hen been reduced a little the past few days. It now remains for good nursing and a strong constitution to pull him through. Save money by saving your fall and winter orders for goods for Sam Feast, Moffat, COlo. His new stock will arrive in time to supply all comers satisfactorily. Eat first class short, order meals at, Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. Tomorrow night at Alamosa occurs the annual log rolling of the Woodmen of the twentieth district. The program is an interesting one and Saguache camp will be represented by several members. J. L. Hurt of Center was in town last Thursday being on his way to Poncha springs to agam try the waters for his rheumatism. He is looking much bet. tar than when here last and thinks this trip sill effect a cure. I will be at Saguache from August 12 to 20. Watch, clock and je~welry repair- ing neatly done. I have a nice hne of spectacles and eyeglamme, ale) watches and jewelry. At Birt Clare's. H. D. MoKELVZX. For the Boys. Jamm Camper wants to buy all the old copper, zinc and rubber he san 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 pay 12 cents a dozen for bear bottles. John McDonald who is interested in considerable mining property in the Al- der district, went to Colorado Springs Sunday to meet hie brother who has just returned from British Columbia. Tbey will return to Alder together and commence extensive development work. --Solids Mail. An owner of a nice little flock of 7,000 sheep whom we knew finds it to be a most profitable thing to dip the sheep twice or even three times a year. He claims that the increase of wool alone has paid the whole expense, for a healthy fleece can grow only on a clean skin.~ Field and Farm. W. J. Werner last week completed an artesiau well winch W. T. Ashley had sunk on the mesa east of town. The well is situated just south of the new Cotton creek road and ab#ut five miles west of the railroad. "A good flow was got at 185 feet and the water is run into a series of troughs. CathoIlc Church Nutlee. I will be at the plaza west of Saguacbe on the Wednesday following the eecoud Sunday in each month, aod at Saguache on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Father Good. CASTOR I A ]r0r Infants aM Ohfl~en. The Kind You Have Always Dought Bears the 81gnature of , , i1, ii ii i , Zl)ltatare..mor, P ailltS' Oils, " They are vitiated or morbid fluids sours- I l M I ing the veins and affecting the tissues. They are commonly due to defective diges- tion but are sometimes inherited. How do they manifest themselves ? In many forms of cutaneous eruption, salt rheum or eczema, pimples and boils, and iu weakness, languor, general debility. How are they expelled? By Hood's larsaparilla which also builds up the system that has suffered from them. It is the best medicine for all humors. TILLA GROVE NOTES. Mrs. Quin and baby retured to their home at Orient. Mrs. Frank Hall was down from the ranch one day thm weak. Grandma Riohards has so much im- proved that she ]s able to be up and around again. C. Creger and family are the new addi- tions to Villa Grove. We hope they may find their stay among us most pleasant. Mrs. H. White is off on a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lustfield and family st Pitkin. Mrs. Dustio's husband and son arrived last week from Pueblo with thir house- bold goods. M]s. Schwackenberg has the pleas- Varnish, Furn. Enamel, Gold Paint, Varn. Stains,. PaintBrushes and White- washBrushes of business, after the recent rains. [] Mr. Cregsr has opened the Zeibig blacksmith shop and should bepatron-[ macy Co ized liberally, for he understands his business. Get your horses shod before I meeting with an accident on the muddy, slippery roads. O, bow the rain did come down last Saturday about 5 o'clock p. m. Sunday --more rain. Still more on Monday. And again raining, Tuesday while we are writing these notes. We expect everything will grow now--even our flag pole stands a good chance. X G. O, Taylo," Whiskies, honest {n ~u~qty Deafness Cannot be Cured by loom applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu- tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in- flamed condition of the mucous lininq of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets renamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect heariua, and when it m enUrely closed deafness is the re- sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine eases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed conditmn of the mu- cous ~urfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. teend for cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Drugadsts, 75c. Hall'sFamily Pills are the best. BORN. To the wife of J. H. Thronburg, in Saguache, Colo., August 1, 1901, a son. To the wife of Wilber Curtis, Satur- day, August 3, 1901, at Saguache, COlo., a boy. New Company. The incorporation papers for The Rawley Mining Company were filed the first of the week in the office of the sec- retary of state. The incorporators are David G. Weams, Edwin Lawson, Wil-I liam B. Clark, Eugene G. Foster, Her- bert O. Hall, J. Hegerman Foster and Albert F. Hyde. The company will do business in Ssguache and Arapahce counties. The properties are located at Bonanza and besides the Rawley mine include a number of contiguous proper- ties. . 0, Taylor Whiskle8, sr* pure me~clnsl ,tlmutsnts The Lockett fishing party came home last night. Ned claims to have caught 300 trout in the four days he was out. Jacob M. Schuekers, whose death was recorded last week, was one of the early[ settlers in Saguache county. He cameI more than 30 yaars ago and was at the~ time of his death about 75 years of age. ! He was a native of Pennsylvania and It! is not known at this time what relatives he has in that state. Mr. Schuckers for years lived in Schuckers gulch and had quite a large herd of horses. As he got quite feeble he disposed of his stock and for the past five or six years made his home in town. He prospected whenever his health would permit and only a couple of weeks before his death was prospecting in the Klondike camp. He left a small estate. Burial was made in the Saguache cemetery on Thursday afternoon. G,G ,~yior Whiskies of groat value to the sicx Instruction on pan,) and organ. Mrs. Pittenger. C:I .A. ~ 'X' O X~L .'J[ ,~.. 8~l~t~ ~ Bought PERSONAL. Phillip Stahl was over from San Lain creek on Monday. Mrs. Slots and son, Ernest, of Veteran were in town on Monday. W. C. Lockett and family are fishing on Middle creek this week. Mrs. Pittenger entertained the ladies fancy work circle Tuesday afternoon. Jason Jaques went to Bonanza yester- day with a large quantity of currants. M. S. Dontou went over to the Wales ranch Saturday and returned Tuesday. Jacob Barsch and Charles Miller of Villa Grove vicinity were in town last Monday. Miss Edith Welch came m yesterday and went down to the Clyde Welch ranch for a visit. Miss S. P. Carter el Carnegie, Penn., is visLting her sister, Mrs. J. E. Mitchell, south of town. E. M. Wales of Rito'Alto was in town on Tuesday on matters connected with probate proceedings. Mrs. Charles Potts el the Clayton ranch has been visiting at the Clyde Welch ranch this week. Word comes from Mrs. E. Russell at Salt Lake City to send her the CRESCENT for the next six months. Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Bur- rows and Mrs. O. D. Bryan are spending today at ~he Klondike mine. Miss Miller left .last week for her home at Eaton, Colorado, being called away by the sickness of her sister. Mrs. Wm. F. Boyd and daughters re- turn from Alamosa today. Miss Bertha Ball accompanied them for a visit. Tom Hodgsou of Telluride arrived here last Friday and is visiting rela- tives and friends in Saguache and vici- nity. Mrs. B. Voorheas of Moffat was a county s~at vis~t,,r last Saturday and came in a~d suOsuribed for the CRES- CENT. Grant Rockwell and family, of Milan, Michigan, is expected to arrive here to- day for a vimt with Mr. and Mrs. Lea Fairbanks. Mrs. Idea, Mrs. O'Neil aud Mrs. Smith wuh their children, spent one day last week visiting at the Albertson ranch in Veteran precinct. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Carl~on, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Ham,.Mise Stella O'Brien and Hugh Wil[i,ms spent Sunday on Mzddle creek fishing. ON TOP ~over the cork, our signature and label on every bottle~ to prevent fraud~ to ensure honest goodness and purity and ripeness. No other way to do all this ~ for you. Gfl TAYLOR .U./ Never sold in balk. Of Druggists, Grocers, sod Liccmmd Dmder~. Trad~ .~'~tpplted By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BRIDAHAM-QUEREAU DRUG CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Drugglst, Leadville. Thousands are Trying It. In order to prove the great merit of Ely's Cream Babn, the most effective cure for Catan'h and Cold in Head, we have pre- p ared a generous trim size for 10 cents. et it of your druggist or send I0 cents to ELl" BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City. I suffered from eatarrh of the worst kind ever since a boy, ~,~[ I never hoped for cure, bu~ Ely's Cream ];ahx* seems to do even that. l~[,my acquaintances have used it with excellent resultq.~Oscar Ostrum, 45 Warren Ave., Chicago, IIL Ely's Cream Bahn is the acknowledged 0ure for catarrh and contains no cocaine, mercury nor any injurious drug. P:ioe, l~O aortas, At dru~gi0ts oX b~ mail I I, I t ~--- | Come now, for Photos. Don't wait too long. Best of work. Prices low. ROYAL HUBBELL, Stamp Photos, Buttons, Back of Ned Locke~t's circe. Views, Groups, etc. What Is Sense For the Goose. The groom entered alone and said confidentially, "Do you use the word 'obey' in your marriage service, Mr. "No," said the minister; "I do not, usually." "Well," said the expectant Benedict, "I have come to ask you to marry me now, and I want it used." "Certainly," replied the other. "It shall be done," and presently the cou- ple stood solemnly before him. "James T~," said the clergyman, "do you take this woman to be your wedded wife? .... I do." "Do you solemnly promise to love, honor and obey her so long as you both shall live?" Horror and rebellion struggled with the sanc- tities of the occasion on the bride- groom's face, but he chokingly respond. ed, "I do," and the meek bride deco- rously promised in her turn. After the ceremony was over the bridegroom said excitedly aside to the grave minister: "You misunderstood me, sir; you misunderstood reel I re- ferred to the woman's promising to obey." "Ah, did you, indeed?" serene- ly answered his reverence. "But I think what is good for one side is good for the other, don't you? And, my friend, it is my advice to you to say nothing more about it, for, as an old married man, I can tell you you'll have to obey anyhow!"--Woman's Journal. Roll a Pumpkin. The key. John Haynes was famous for his pithy sayings. At one time, says one of our exchanges, he over- heard his daughter and some young friends criticising certain neighbors more severely than was pleasing to him, whereupon he proceeded to read them a lecture on the sinfulness of scandal. "But, father," remonstrated his daughter, "we must say something" "If you can do nothing better," re- torted Mr. Haynes dryly, "get a pump- kin and roll it about. That will be at least an innocent diversion." Not long afterward a conference of ministers met at his house. During the evening an earnest discussion on certain points of doctrine arose, and, from the lofty pitch of some of the voices, it seemed as if part of the dis- putants at least were in danger of los- ing their temper. At that juncture Mr. Haynes' daugh. ter quietly entered the room, bearing a huge pumpkin. She put it down in front of her father and said: "There, father, roll it about. Roll it about." Mr. Haynes was called upon for an explanation, and good humor was re- stored. Knew ~heF Were Americana. A compliment and a slur in the came breath are in a letter I received from a Washington girl in Paris. "We were dining at Joseph's the oth- er night," she writes, "when a delight- fully dressed woman slttlng at a table near with a party of three sent one of the men with her to ask father If we were not Americans. She seemed to be saying 'I told you so' to her friends, and as we came out she stopped me in the corridor to explain her odd pro- seeding. She was politeness itself. " 'Mademoiselle will pardon me,' she said with the most charming accent, 'but It was a wager. I have wagered my husband that 'we shall see 50 Americans this evening. It is now 35 we have seen, and Mme. B., who is with ns, would not believe you were Americans. Main, I was sure--surer " 'Why were you e0 sure of it?' I ask- ed. "Madame flashed a dazzling smile at me. " 'Oh!' she said, 'the Americans have always the voices of the worst and the manners at table of the very, very best. I was aural'" -- Washington Post. Largest of Anlmala. Mr. Beddard in hls book ou whales reminds readers that although imagi- nation Is apt to picture the giant rep. tiles of the Jurassic and cretaceous )eriods as havlng exceeded in size all modern auimals yet in fact there is no evidence that the earth has ever con- tained either on the laud or in the seu creatures exceeding the whale iu bulk. The mammoth was larger than the ele- phant, but the Ichthyosaurus could not match the whale for size, although with Its terrible Jaws it would doubt- less have been the whale's master. If the aotlon of your bocels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result. DeWitt'a Little Ear- ly Risers will remove this danger. Safe, pleasant and effective. Saguache Phar- macy. 6,0,Tsy~Whbk]es retMnedbyth, wstkslt ittmt~M Ranch ~nd Steak. I have for sale a large stock ranch only a short distance from Saguache, W~th it are several hundred head of cat- tie. If taken at once I can secure a i buyer a big bargain. It will take some $5,000 to make first payment and the balauce can be carried on long time at 8 per cent. interest. Call ou or address O. D. BRY~ Saguache, Colo. O, O, TS,Y~4r Wblslt|n, |eOd, pure~ Sa40l&. Pretty Good. In grading up some examination papers, County ,~upt. Palmer, came across the following in a set of 8th grade papers. The questions were u to the duties of public offioiah and the answer as to the corouor's duties is too good to pass by: "The coroner's duty is to inquire into the death of anyone who dies without a doctor, beoauea when there ie a doctor it is known what caused the death, but if there is no doctor it might be that he was murderea." The J. Stevens Arms & Tool compauy of Chicopea Fails, Mass., are offering to dmtributc the sum of $500 to the 60 young persons sending them before Oc- tober 1. the 60 best targets made with Stevens rxfles. The prizes range from $50 to $5. Send them 10 centsin stamps and state the calibre of your rifle and they will mail 12 official targets and con- ditions of the contest. George B. James returned to Bonanza last week alter an absence of several months in the east. He opened up the barber shop on his arrxval and was gin- ;tug the boys a "close shave" when our reporter interviewed him on Saturday. An account of his travels would be a long one so we won't attempt togive any of it. Miss Rowe returned Sunday from a two mouths' visit iu Missouri and Kan- sas. She thinks people who complain at heat in Colorado, would xather sing the praises of thm delightful climate, hat they been even so far east as sho wan. The crop failure in that country is oom- plete.--Gunnison Republican. Mrs. J. I. Palmer and children, Mrs. O. O. Fellows, Mrs. George Curtis and children, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Coleman, Misses Bertha and Georgia Ellis, Miss Delpha Moon and Robt. Ellis composed a party who spent last Saturday at Val- ley View spriogs. A good rain fell m Saguache on Mon- day. Villa Grove a~d vicinity had a good cue Sunday. The Kerber creek and upper San Luis ranges are pmking up rapidly. Recent rains on the ranges west of Saguache are also very encourag- ing. Royal Hubbell aud family arrived here last Thursday. The family are located in the rooms adjoining W.H. Ham's residence and Mr. Hubbell hu opened his photograph gallery in the Miogay building iu the rear of the abstract office. O. O. Buck, Reirne, Ark., Bays, I was troubled with constipation untill I got DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Since then have been entirely cured of m'f old complaint. I recommend them. 8a- guaehe Pharmacy. Roy. E. M. Butler, of Hooper, will preach io the Baptmt church on Sunday evening, August llth. There is a prob- ability that Mr, Butler'will be invited to take charge of the church here. L. W. Sharps of Bonanza passed through town ou Monday bound for Del Norse wbere be has been summoned ms a juror in the United States district court. Another heavy rain in the hills Tues- day afternoon. It looks aa though a good faff range m assured. rr|vate snd Chronh Diseasoa of Men ~]~ italia#, failing memory, | ~'/~.~ u~ataless to marry, blood, l ~i~ s :in, kidnay or privato di~ easos~aro spoodil~ eureu. ~.~i~]k DR. COOK has spent ~0 ~~ ~ years of persistent stud~ / ~ aml experience in hi~ ~t~'a practice and amahs tile ~larg~st Ea,~efa hospitals DOCTOR COOK. iu curing this class of dis- eases and. will guarunteo },ott a pe,~uauent curs a~ moderate o~. ~o has cured thousands who { ~..oughttheirease~hor,elcs~. Alllettersprivateo Writo for ~.:c~tlc~ b ,ink, ConsnltatLo~t free. ~Iodtc~ sent f:ce from observation, iok ~1,dkal ~o, ,6~# gurtt~St, D~vsr,~h =,, i ii