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August 15, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Will practice in all courts. Colo. J, TRA CY ME.L VIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Amerlcan House, San Juan ave- cue Calls promptly answered, day or night. Examiuing Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPP~Z, M. D., Villa Grove, Colo. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguache County Bank. THH AMBRICAN HOUSH SAGUACHE, COLO MRS. Ms E. COWLS, 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. Tha 8a uacna county Bank, Pioneer Bank of ~u~che County. Or~niz~l, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18@2. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness TramaetexL Drafts Isstmd on Principal Citi~ of Europe. Safe Deposit Box.~ for Rent. ()FF]CERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TA~tBELL, Cashier. WM. F. BOYD, A~t. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First National Bank, Pueblo. Colo. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Warner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock pn- trusted to my care. RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .50 Gold and Silver.$ .75 Lead ............. 50 [ Gold,silver, copper 1.50 Samples by mail rsekioe prompt attentisn Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 142g-18th St,, Denver, Oolo. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache County REAL+ ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous grain field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- ldente, taxes paid and insur- ance written. SAGUACttE, COLO. ~. ~:. BU~LINGAME & CO.: ASSAY nr'r, nr CH ;MICAL. urrluc A.o LAaORAi CRY ~stablishedin Colorado,l$fiS, Samples bymailor express will receive prompt aud careful attealion tiMd g ~lla,*r I~.lllna Refined, Melted end Assayed MUIM WQIIIOI UUIIIMII OR PURCHASO* t+~r,c,~tflon Tests-i'b'' or car lo. lot. , Write for t,rm~ 1736 i 138 Lswtenee Mt,, Denver, Colo. A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I haw Just added a large 'and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. 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 metalic caskets. I &ave a hearse. Catarrh Is a constitutional disease. It originates in c scrofulous conditi(>n oT the blood and depends on that condition. It often causes headache and dizziness, impairs the tasle, smell and hearing, at- feats the vocal orE'mS, disturbs the stomach. It Is always radically and pernmnently cured by the blood-purifying, alterative and tonic action o! Hood's Sarsaparilla This great medictne has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit. HOOD'S FILLS are the best cathartic. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gould's eldest girl has been on the sick list the past week. Messrs. Hazard and Jordan returned Tuesday from a fishing trip on Middle creek. For rent. A good hay ranch. P. M. Jones. Mrs. Rachel Roberts was on Wednes- day taken quite sick--an attack of chol- era morbus. Mrs. John W. Davidson had another sick spell last Saturday. She m now much improved. We are pleased to'be able to state that Alonzo Morgan is making good headway towards recovery. Go to Jones' for flour, feed, groceries and provisions. Masers. Fairbanks, Palmer, Rockwell, Morgan and Beery were fishing on Mid- dle creek y~terday. I have for sale at a bargain, a 10 dozen incubator and brooder, in first class con- dition. James Buchanan. G.O Taylor Whiskies or great value to the eieg John F. WilliamTis acting as city marsha! this week. Marshal Morgan be- ing kept at home by the sickness of his son. The Presbyterian Guild meets with Mrs. Charles Tarbell on Tuesday of next week. They begin to read "Romola" at this time. _ .... M. S. Denton, the watchmaker, has rented a portion of the Dallas block and will have his family here by the first of September. Fresh Colorado fruits by the box and crate cheap at Jones'. Dr. M. Ed. Werner made us a call last week and informed us that crops in his neighborhood were this year fully up to the average. Mrs.George Greet'and family returned Wednesday from a several weeks' ca.. cation on the ranch in the Upper San Luis valley.--Reeord. Wm. Ward came up from the Dunn ranch yesterday, having completed his contract there, both on the house and electric light plants. Eat first class short-order meals at Mrs. Schwackenberg's restaurant, when in Villa Grove. Opposite the postoffice. Mr. and Mrg. H. B. Means went to Villa Grove lut Friday to meet Mr. Means' father and mother who have ar- rived here from Kansas for a visit. Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Bucher returned Monday evening from their trip to the east and will go to their home at Coal Creek after a few days visit with rela- tives here. E. H Underhill of Crestone was in town last Thursday and Friday. He was ! trying to make arrangements for his son to attend the county high school the coming year. Save money by savmg your fall and winter orders for goods for Sam Feast, Moffat, Colo. His new stock will arrive in time to supply all comers satisfactorily. Judge D. V. Burns of Denver was in town on Tuesday ae attorney for the Dunn heirs in a hearing before the county court. J. H. Parker, Dr. Pruett and Harry Davis, a party of prominent Crestonians, spent Thursday night of last week in this place being on their way to Coche- tops for a week's fishing. Jones leads with ;cod goods at lowest prices for ca_sh_ Hail Storln. Last Thursday the 41 country was visited by a most disastrous hail storm. It came out of La Garita csnon and de- vastated 23 quarter sections of grain, James L. Hurt, Moses Holden, Harry Lockett, Mr. Tuttis, La Garita Farm, Mr. Sutton, W.C. Kennedy, the Dunn ranches, Riley Edwards, Peter Sinclair, Arthur Scott, A. W. Dawson. It skipped Michael Whtte's place. cAsToRIA 0r Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of ~~ SePt 2nd, 8oh001 Books, We have just received a complete line of School Books, Copy Books and School Supplies. Special rates given to Districts that furnish books and supplies for their school. We are showing the finest line of Tab- lets, Pencils, Pens and Pen Holders that ever came to Saguache School opens Sept, 2nd, N. B.--We also carry a complete line of the boo:ks that are used in the County High School. The Drutt Store on the Corner--, l uache, Frank Pltten~cr, Nana~r, High School Notes ~~4b4b4b4bqb~ School begius Sept. 2. All whointend PERSONAL. to enter school this year should enroll ~~O~O~@0OO~O the first day. Bring all your reference books and be sure to include 8th grade books. Places to room or board should be se- cured at once. Every child in the county who has passed the 8th grade should enter the high school. Attend the county high school social Saturday evening. All citizens of Saguache who have houses or rooms to rent should notify the principal at once. Write to princi- pal or county supt. for information in re- gard to the school. G. O. TayloP ll'hiek~ea, honeet~npurt|y Deafness Cannot be Cured b~ local 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 linin6 of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets mflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearlng, and when xt m entirely closed deafness is the re- sult, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- tion, hearing wall be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed conditmn of the mu- cous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannOt be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for cir- culars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. VILLA GROVE NOTES. Weather cooler and as a consequence we are happy. Mrs. Rossis here visiting with the Whiteman family. Rolla Means spent a few days at Alder this week. Several persons were somewhat indis- posed on account of the very hot weath- er we had, but most all well again. J.F. Vaughn and wife boarded the north bound passenger train for Denver one day la,t week, where they will agam make their home. Mrs. Della Kouts and children are visiting at the Botton homo. George Shirtleff and wife went last Tuesday to ictor, where they will re- side in the future. Louis White returned from his visit at Pitkin, Colo. Charley Hollmer was down from the mine one day this week. X ~. O, Taylor VVhiskl~*, are pure meO1cJnal .tlmulants To Stockmen. Desiring to gather in all reversed L horses this fall or as many as possible before Sept. 1st, I will pay $1 per head to persons finding them who will drive in, notify me at once and keep in pas- ture until I can send for them. Mrs. Jason B. Hall. Clearing sit sale. Goods at first cost to make room for ne~ goods. At P. M. Jones & Co's. B. P. Stubbs, bookkeeper at the bank, is taking his regular vacation this week. ~ ..~11, + ---- Bs~. the ~ The Kind You Have Always Bought This ls Your Opportunity, On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous sample will be mailed of the most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream Bahn) sufficient to demon- stra'te the great merits of the remedy. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., New York City. Rev. John l~e!d, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's Cream ]~alm to me. I can emphasize his statement, "It is aposi- tire cure for catarrh if Used as directed."~ ]~ev. Franci~ W. Peele, Pastor 0entralPret, Church, Helena, Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for catarrh and contains no mercury nor any injurious drug. P~ios, 50 cents, Mrs. Denton and children arrived here on Tuesday evening. J. J. Warnock of Creetone was in town the first of the week. John Scherer of Crestone was a Sa- guache visitor last week. Mrs. Lussey and Miss Celia Phillips returned to Silverton on Monday. B. P. Stubbs and family were fishing on the Upper Saguache yesterday. Thos. H. Thompson of Kerber creek was in town yesterday on business. J. E. Mitchell and family spent several days of last week on the Upper Saguache. Mrs. Wm. F. Boyd and children re- turned last Frlday from their Alamosa visit. W. E. Cox of Alamosa was in town Tuesday and Wednesday attending coun- ty conrt. James Ewing succeeded in getting ball on Monday and departed for his home in Canon City. Miss Blanche O'Neil returned last Thursday from a month's visit in Den- ver and Boulder. Stanley Coffin of Salida was visiting the family of Prof. J. B. Morgan the fore part of this week. Miss Hally Ellis and Miss Elsie Ham spent yesterday at the Clark ranch on the Upper Saguache. Mrs. O'Neil and Misses Minnie and Etta and Arthur Creger spent last Sun- day at Valley View Springs. Mrs. Dan Collard and Miss Maud Si- mon of Mcffat neighborhood were Sa- guache visitors on Monday. J. N. Scott of Cripple Creek came in Friday and left that afternoon for the Duseuberry camp on Ford Creek. Mrs. Lussey and Miss Celia Phillips trrived Saturday noon from Stlverton to attend the funeral of Orva Phillips. Messrs. Franks and Adams two Cres- tone attorneys, came in Tuesday evening to attend sos: caz~s in the county court. Ezra T. Elliott and wife came up from Del Norte on Monday aftcrnoon--Elliott havmg business m the county court on Tuesday. = Mrs. Woehler, a sister of Horace Means, left on Saturday for her home near Walsenburg after a short visit with her relatives in Saguache county. Mr. and Mrs. McClure and son and daughter of Paris, Texas, arrived hme ou Monday for a visit with the Fullerton's. Mrs. McClure is a sister of James Ful- lerton cud visited in the valley over 20 years ago. c-- ' / ' " ' ' sea'ed, and stamped with the maker's name. And warranted -- p,.xre -- ripe -- mellow. Every bottle of fi fl TAYLOR UMU,/ Never sold in bulk. Of Druggists, Grocers, and Licea~d Dealers. "rrado ,~+tpplietl IQI WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BRIDAHAM-QUEREAU DRUO CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggist, Leadville, day Aug. 21. Going to Alamosa. Hurry up. ROYAL HUBBELL, P. S.--I have a few small cards I will run off at $1 perdozen. Only a few dozen left R ~RE GSAPE CREAM 07 TARTAR POWDER, "DR: Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid 1taking .Powders containing alum. ~he~ are Injurious to health School Books. Through the kindness of the editor we take this means of publishing a list of thebooks used in the grammar de- partment of Saguache public schools for the coming year, so that pupils may pro- vide themselves with books before the opening of the term Sept. 2nd. For 8th grade: Literature--"The American Indian." I-listory--"Barnes' U. S." Arithmetic--"Milne's Complete." Grammar--"Maxwell's Advanced." Phys- iology--"Steele's Hygienic Physiology." For 7th grade: Literature--"Story of Our Country." Arith metic--"Milne's Complete." Grammar--"Maxwell's Ad- vanced." Geography--"Frye's Com- plete. For 6th grade: Literature-- *'Black Beauty." Arithmetic--"Milne's Complete." Grammar--"Reed's Graded Lessons in English." Geography-- "Frye's Complete." There will be no books needed for writiug, spelling and science. We will note the books used in intermediate and primary departments in next issue of CReSCenT. We state also that there will be no material changes in text books in any of the rooms. B If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result. DeWitt's Little Ear- ly Risers will remove this danger. Safe, pleasant and effective. Saguache Phar- macy. Denton, the Saguache watch maker, has in his shop a curiosity in the watch line. It is a gold watch belonging to Emtl Winkler of Mirage and is an heir loom which has Ueen in his family for 75 years. It is a French make and tells a number of things besides the time of day. Mr. Denton thoroughly under- stands repairing such delicate and com- plicated mechanisms and the watch has been placed in his hands for repairs. Call at Denton's shop and see it. :Notice. I have a nice lot of cucumbers to put up for pickels that I put up in salt at 20 cents per gallon. If you want any send in your orders at once. Also have a fine lot of beans to put up same as cucum- bers at 10 cents per gallon. Seven miles south of Saguache. J.M. Bechtel. One of the star attractions to be held at the state fair at Pueblo, S~pt. 23 to 27 inclusive, will be the sports that "made the west famous." Broncho busting, stee~ roping contests, relay races, horse racing, for large purses will be it daily went. News comes from every section of the state that the keenest rivalry will exist and the interest already manifested as- sures a great event. Low railroad ex- cursion rates can be had at every station in the state. Ice Creallh The county high school will serve ice cream and cake at tim American ttouse Saturday evening, August 17, for benefit of high school library. Mrs. Colvin has kindly given the use of the hotel for the evening. Every body invited, come out and hear the band and haw a good time. O. O. Buck, Beirno, Ark., says, I was troubled with constipation untill I got DoWitt's Little Early Risers. Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint. I recommend them. Sa- guache Pharmacy. Knights Templar at Louisville, Ky. The most notable'gathering in the his- tory of Free Masonry will be the trien- nial conclave of K'dghts Templar which meets in Louisville, Kentucky, on the 26th, 27th acd 28th of this month. The sous aud daughters of the Blue Grass State are famed for their hospitahty, and the elaborate preparations being made by the citizens of Louisville, and the state generally, for the entertainment of the Template, iudicates that all previous records will be eclipsed. Already $100: 000 has been raised for the purpose. A rate of one fare plus $200 for the round trip has been made from all points. The dates of sale from Colorado are Aug. 23rd, 2ith and 25th, return limit by ex- tension, September 16th. The official route is via the Burlington from Denver to St Louis, thence Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern railway to Louisville, and tickets should so road. The best m none too good for the Knights, and the Burlington has ar- ranged a special Pullman train, vestt- buLed throughout, to leave Denver about 2:30 p. m. August 23rd, and run through to Louisville without change, arriving there on Monday, the 26th, at 7:30 a. m. Applications for berth' reservations on this train should be addresssd to Sir Knight George W. Vallery, Denver. Every Knight Templar in Colorado shouht attend this conclave. Theexport drill corps of Colorado Cornmandery, No. 1, under the leaderaaip of Captain R.A. Kincaid, oxFects to win the big first prize in the competitive drill on Wednes- day, August 28th. and the event will be properly celebrated at the entertainment headquarters engaged for the Colorado commanderies at. the Gault House. Be on hand and cheer them on to vtotory. Noblesse oblige. Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain cure for piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure you get the original--DeWitt's. Sa- guache Pharmacy. Clocks, watches and jewelry cheap-- at Jones'. Notice. To whom it may concern and more particu- larly to WnL P. Barr: Be it known, that C. C. Stein did, on the 6th t day of December, A. D, 18~, purchase at pub. lic sale in the eounty o[ ~aguache and state of Colorado, of the then treasurer of said county, for ,he delinquent tax of 1897 the following de- scribed property, taxed for said year in the name of Wm. P. Ban', to-wit: NSW~4;D/~SE~;SE~4SEV+ See. S,E ~A NE ~; NE ~4 SE Sec. 7, NE ~/~; NE I,~SE ~ Sec. 20i w II NW !~,,N Wt~:SW ,~i, E ~i 8w ~i Sea. 21;N ~ISW ~};SE14SW ~ Nec. 26; E ~ NW ~; S~V L~ NE k~ Sac. W5; NW 1,,i. SE l~,; E tA SE ~4 Sac. 35 all in township 47, range 9 in Sa- guache county, Colo,'ado, cad assessed for said year 1897 at $4820. And the said purchase, as evidenced i~y tax certificate of purchase No. 8 having been duly assigned to the undersigned and tile undersigned being uow in possession ofandthe owner of said certificate or" pur. chase. Therefore, Notice ts hereby given as requir- ed In chapter 144 of the session laws of tim state of Colorado for II~e year 1893, that the time for r~demption of said real estate from said lax sale will expire on the 9th day of Dee comber. A. D. 1901 and that thereafter ! slmll apply to the treasurer el said Saguache cour~ ty, Coh)r~do, for a deed to the above described property. Witness our hauds and seal this 14th day of Augast, 1901. [~EAI..] HORACE B. MEANS. [SEAL.[ GEORGE W. MEANS.