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I I I III II III II I .................... ]IF'[ ........ i SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (FORMERLY SA~UAO]I~ D]~I[O~RAT.) Entered at the post off, ca at.l~guacha, Cole, f r transmhmion through the minis as mmond-.olass matter. ONCAR D. BBYAN, - . Editor. TtlUIISDAI', SEPT. 12, 1901. Win Whitten announces himself a candidate for superintendent of schools, subject to the will of the republican county convention. By the way, the line up of the Denver papers on the questions growing out of abe Anderson jury bribing cases is rather ~amusing. On the one hand is the News and Time, calling for grand jury invosti- gation~ disbarment and impeachment for Judge Mulling, and on the other hand ia the Poet and Republican, upholding the court and agreeing on the one prop- osition that Senator Patterson "is the worst ever." The Denver papers are fill- ed with them matters to the exclusion of legitimate news and the out of Denver subsmribers say "a plague on both your hour" On Friday of last week Ezra T. Elliott as attorney for the heirs of the Dunn estate, filed in the office of the clerk of the county court the resignation of Isaac W. Schiffer as executor of the last will of D. Herbert Dunn. By this action all litigation oonnectecl with this estate will at once cease. Mrs. Julia Dunn kas been appointed administratrix with the will annexed and will proceed to settle up the estate as soon as possible. We do not know upon what terms a asttle- ment was affected but Mr. E/liott assures us that it was upon a basis very accept- able to the heirs and one which reflects great credit upon Mr. Bchiffer. The "roast" which last Wednesday's Post contained for Senator Patterson was a terror. We do not remember of a similar instance where a member of the United States senate has boon attacked in such a manner. The honor and dig- nity of the office has no doubt preserved many senators from such excoriations but in Senator Patterson's cans it does . not protect. Tbe tmpresmou prevails that the Post knows just how Mr. Pat- temon secured his office and the Post and News proprietors have been very close to each other in the past. Possibly only another exemplification of the old saying ~t that familliarity breeds contempt" The Conventions. In this issue appears the calls for three county conventions. The democrats end populists have called their conventions for Saturday, October 12tb, and the re- publican convention is called for Mon- day, October lath. We want to impress upon each member of the republican party, and especially upon the precinct committeemen and women, the import anus of seeing that their precinct is rep- rinted at the convention. Make it a point to attend the primary on Satu rday, October 12th, and see that the delegates elected attend the convention. This is important. Attempted Assatmlnation. By reference to the 4th page of this issue our readers will find a full account of the attempt to assassinate President McKinley, which occurred at Buffalo last Friday afternoon. The news was flashed over abe country with incredible rapidity and before nightfall nearly every hamlet and village in this broad land had received the sad news. The eager- hess with which every bulletin was scan-I ned, the fierce denunciation of the dis. i bolical deed, all evidenced the sincere regard and affection which the Ameri- can~people have for their chief executive. Tbe shooting of President McKinley, to thinking men, has more eignifloancethan the mere attempt to kill an individual, it is a blow aimed at our system of gov- ernment and the statement of the man Czolgosz that he is an anarchist impree- 011 for the Children. Give them oil--cod-liver oil. It's curious to see the result. Give it to the peevish, fret- ful child, and he laughs. Give it to the palc, anmlnlC child, and his face becomes rosy and full of health. Take a flat- chested child, or a child that has stopped growing, give him the oil, and he will grow big and strong like the rest. This is not a new scheme. It has been done for years Of course you must use the right oil. Scott's Emulsion is the one. Scott's Emulsion neithe," looks nor tastes like oil becaust we are so careful in making it pleasant to take. Send for free sample. SCOTT & ['OWNE, Chemists, 4o9 Pearl St., N, ~. }uc and ~t.~ IL d~Umts. ce upon us the importance of taking rad- i,-al measures to stamp out this most in- famous society. Freedom of thought and freedom of speech is all right and we believe in it, but it must be restricted within proper bonds. There can be no right to thought or speech which incites weak tools to such acts as resulted in the sad occur- rence of last week. Unfortunately our liberal form of government has seemed lo provide for the followers of the red flag a safe haven and we are confident if the truth could be known the country would be astounded tu learn of the num- erical strength of the anarchistic socie- ties. One of the Philippine islands should be set apart for a penal colony and to it every person proven to be in sympathy with anarchy or its teachings should be deported. Perhaps it would also be wise to let them put in operation there their peculiar ideas as to government--or rather lack of government. It is good news that comes to thecoun. try from the sick room at Buffalo. The bulletins are assuring aud unless some unforeseen complications arise they state that Mr. McKinley will recover. That he will do so is the prayer of the country. Want to be Fair. During the last two years County Clerk Fairbanks has paid over $1,A90 in- to the county treasurer above the fees l of his office. The republican party will soon have Saguaohc county out of debt, contracted by the blatant pops. The above is from the Crestoue Miner and we believe that it was written under a mistaken view of the facts in the case. We want to be entirely fair in all mat- tars and while we believe that the repub- licans have given the county a good ad- ministration of the offices which they have filled we do not want to vlaim any- thing which is not supported by the facts. The board of county commission- ers have control of the financial affairs of abe county and the board has not for years been what could be called a re- publican board. They have had one member of the board for the past three years, and before that helped to elect a democratic member. The board has been composed of members of different politi. cal'parties but as a rule they have work. ed in harmony and for what they 0allay- ed to be the best interests of the county. In the next place the bonded debt of Saguacbe county was incurred some years before the populist party had an organization. The debt accumulated under boom conditions, and the various boards of commissioners were either re- publicans or democrats--there was no politics in the creation of the debt, Our county did as other counties, Money was plentiful and warrants were easily tpken up by investors. The country was new and the people believed in posterity paying a portion of the expense of open- ing up a new country. Fortunately our debt never assumed the gigantic proportions of the debts of some of our neigbbors--notably Rio Grands and Gunnison counties--and we never attempted to repudiate any of it. Just put it in the shape of bonds, issued no more warrants and paid the run- ning expeuass of the county in cash. The commissioners have been paying off this debt as the money accumulated and no question of politics ever arose. TLat Saguache county has been fortu- nata in having competent men on the board of county commissioners for some years is conceded by all who are ac- quainted with the facts. We have given them credit for this in times post and will always give any competent official credit for properly discharging his duties --irrespective of his politics Mr. Wil- son, of the Miner, was not a resident of Saguache county during the period men- Mica Axle Grease W, S. Tasker, of Chicago, accompanied by Jule Carter,, of Oxford Junction, Iowa, William Raiebeok and Conrod May, of Dubuque, Iowa, were up and made a thorough inspection of the Man- itou Mining company's properties the latter part of last week They were the guests of ~r. and Mrs. O. C. Cooley[ while here.--Salida Mail. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, glrow In popularity. We are sorry to learn that the little son of Charles Putts, who has been very sick with scarlet fever, is still in bad shape and does not recover as rapidly as he should. A WORTHY SUCCESSOIg. "Soznething New Under The Sun." All Doctors have tried to care CA- TARRH by the use of powders, acid gas- es, inhalers and drugs m paste form. Their powders dry up the mucuous morn. branea causing 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 oint- ments cannot reach the disease. An old and experienced 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 o ,, known as Snufflels ,the Guaranteed Ca- tarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of one dollar, each package containing internal and external medi- cine zufficlent for a full month's treat- ment and everything necessary to its per- fect use. "Snuffles" is the only perfect catarrh cure ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease. It cures 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 you if you use it at once. It is no ordinary 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 at:company each package. Don't delay but send for it at once, and write full particulars as to your condi- tions, and you wilt 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 United States or Canada on receipt of one dollar. Address dept. E 786 Edwin B. Giles & Co., 2330 and 9-~12 Market St. Philadelphia. Pa. Title signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine ~ab~.~ tho remedy that eurem a eold In oJle tioned and has formed. Republican Convention. A convention of the Republican party of Saguache county is hereby called to meet in the court house at Saguache on Monday, the lath day of October, A. D. 1901, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpoosof nominating a county ticket, to be voted for at tbe comiog election, as follows: One County Judge. One County Commissioner. One County Treasurer. One County Clerk. One Sheriff. One Assessor. One Superintendent of Schools. One Surveyor. One C~) ronor, The various precincts of the County will be entitled to representation as fol- evidently been raisin- WANTED--Capable, reliable person in every county to represent large company o~ solid finan- cial reputation, $936 salary per year, payable weekly, $3 per day absolutely sure and all expert- eas, straight, boaafid~, definite salary, no com- I mission, salary paid each Saturday and expense [ money advanced each week. STANDARD I HOUSE, 354, DE2mBOS ST.. CHZCAOO. Notice of Application to Lease State Lands. Oflloe of the State Board of Land Commis- sioners. Denver. Colo., Aug. 2fi, 1901. Notleets hereby given that G W Clark, whose postoffice addressis Hooper, Colo., on Aug. 20. 1901, made application ~o. 1651 to Ihe slate board of land commissioners lo [ease the following described lut. imp. lauds, situate In Saguache county, Colorado, to-wit: S ofSE tA section 12, twp. 41. N R 10 east. WofNE~sectton19, twp. 41 N R 11 east. W ofSE ~A. section 19, twp. 41 N R 11 east. No other applications to lease the above de- scribed premises or objections against the above application will be considered after the last publication hereof, Date ot last publication Sept. 19, 1901, JOH~ T. JoYCE. Register StateBoard Land Commissioners. To Cure a ('old h, One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- lets All druggists refund tile money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. People's Parly Convenllon. A convention of the People's Party of Saguachecounty will a.~semble at the court house at Saguache Saturday, Oct. 12 at 1 o'clock p. m. For the purpose of nominating the following county offices: Oue County CIerk. One County Treasurer. One Sheriff. One Assessor. Superintendent of Schools. One Commissioner. Cue County Judge And for the transaction of such other I vote for ..... .................................. for The various precincts are entitled to delegate for every A0 votes or major fraction thereof cast for Orman for gov- ernor. 1 Villa (}rove .................................... 1 2 Cotton Creek .................................. 2 3 Crestone ....................................... 5 4, Carnero ........................................ '2 5 ]bower Saguache ............................... 1 6 Saguache ...................................... 2 7 Sargents ....................................... 1 8 Upoer Saguache ............................... 1 9 Cochetopa ..................................... 1 ~0 Biedell ........................................ 1 1 Bonanza ...................................... 1 12 Alder ......................................... 1 13 Parkville ...................................... 1 14 Russell Springs ............................... 1 15 Hauman ....................................... 1 10 Mogul ........................................ 1 17 Elkhorn ...................................... 2 18 Veteran ........................................ 1 19 Duncan ....................................... 1 20 Union BiLl .................................... 1 2i Lawrence ...................................... 1 22 Center ........................................ 8 23 Embargo ...................................... 1 It is recommended that the primaries be held in the various precincts on Thursday October 10 at ~ o'clock p. m, except in Bonanza, Villa Grove, Cres- tone, Saguache, Moffat and Center, in which precincts 7:30 is recommended as the time. A full delegation should be sent from each precinct as business of importance will some up, John I. Palmer, Thos. Lyons, Secy. Chidrman. For the Boys. James Camper wants to buy all the old copper and rubber he can get. He will pay 5 cents a pound for copper, and one cent and a half for old rubber. I buy gunny sacks. I pay 12 cents a dozen for beer bottles. Vinegar 5 cents per beer bottle full. SENT FREE ~dkFISHER'S Uterine Toulo Knowledge ~O1~ The Great Female Remedy positively I~d. jr cures all female complaints; I momh'~ ~' treatment $1; S months' treatment $5. ..~ ~ MRS. SADIE M. FISHER~ SL'ITR 28, 805 ~ ~ 18TU ST., DEICVER, COLO. Also for sale ~'~[~.by All Drttggista. Send for free ~ampltl ~/'lF and llterature~ worth its weight in go!d, -'~.~ ~ ~Mied anywhero on request, postpaltL Public Land Sale. U. S. Land Office at Del Norte, Colo., Aug. 12,1901, Notice is herehy given that in pursuance of instructions from the commissioner of tim general land office under aut[mrlty vested in him by sections 2455 U. S. revised statutes, as amended by the act of congress approved Feb- ruary 26 1895 we will proceed to offer at pub- lie sale on the 23rd day of Sept. 1901 next, at this office, the following tracts of laud, to-wit: Southwest ~ northeast ~ and southeast northwest ~A section 34, township 44 N. R. 10 east, and lot No. 2 and west [~ lot No. 7 in sec, 3, township 43, N R. 10 east, IN. M, M, A,y and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are advised to file their claims In this office on or before the day above designated for the commencement of said sale otherwise their rights will be forfeited. JAS. H. BAXTER, Register. PERCY HOBRIRK, Receiver. MAID OF HONOR to represent Saguache County at the Festival of Mountain and P~ at Denver, Oct. I, 2 and 3, 1901. '~::':~ Name .......................................... Residence ................................ SAGUACHE CRESCENT COUPON. businos~ as may be brought before the convention. the followiag representation being one $1 cial Cut Prlce Sale at Per~es, regular 15 ct. values .............. 9 ct*. p~ yd. Luzon Silks, regular 10 ct. valt~s ........... 5 ct*. per yd. Organdies, regular 20 ct. values ......... 12 I-2 ct*, per yd. An elegant llne of 8 t-3 & 6 I-4 ct. Print, .... 5 ct*. per yd, These arc only a few of the many bargains to be found in our store.. Our Glassware is going at a pricz that will surPri~ you. Seeing is bdleveing. Come in. Best of Job Printing at this office. YOU Ai [ INVlII D to visit lhc Bccklcy Packint House and inspect our, complete lines of Groceries, Glassware, Enamelodware, Harneu and Saddles. Our Grocery Department is larger than it has ever been before. Don't forget that we hsve s nice line of Up-to- date styles of wash goods. -- Furniture Default having beeu made In the payment of I that certain bond for eleven hundred dollars [ 151100), secured by a trust deed from Edwin D. I Bulen and ttarrlet C. Bulen, his wife to F. F I Mead trustee, for the use of the Mead Bond I and Trust Compauy recorded In the records --.~_ ofSaguache eounty, Colorado, in book 54 at[ | ~ llm4" ~,~h,~ p ge5[2, andth?sa[dEdwh D..Bulenh, avingl 1 new lot of r,r,I re. U ca, and lhe salu l)onu having neea auowed I asaelaimngalnsthls estate fi) the sum ot[&~.Ae, s~m ,~a~ ~,-nt~P ~nd twelve hundred and thirty-nine dollars and [Og~glUO~ ~M.II~| ~qfl|lt~i ... ~tVllm|W||| ninety.two cents ($1239.92) on the fifth day of [ July, 1895, and said claim being still unpaid J~ ~tk nA~ ~A ,~ I~- I~s~14~s~A I1~--~ ..... Arapahos, [n the state of Colorado, and the [~ undersigned. Eugene Willialns. sherlffof the/ammvm county of Saglmche, In the state of Colorad% | ..... having hecome successor iu trust under anU 1 by virtue of the terms ofsald trust deed. Am e*l|! ezdlln~ h~,A~,A ~* k,~h.~l, ,.~a... wNilo.w, therefore, I, t.he undersigned, EUgene ~lt eel i ~lllll~ IISlIlUT~IMI~ gilt ~1 ttl~l llllqR~ll w] ]mms, successor In trust as aloresaid, in pursuance ot the power in me vested hy the terms of said trust deed, will on Monday the 30th day of September, A. D. 1901, at the hour of ten o'clock a. re. at the Irene door of the ELLA HOWARD county court house In Saguache In the county of Saguaehe, in the state of Colorado, sell the premises descrlbe([ in said deed of trust, to- wit: The southwest quarter of the northwest quarter and the north half of the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter o! the sonthwest qaarter of section 35~ township 44, north of range 8 east N. M. M., containing one hundred sixty (160) acres government survey, more or less, together with all the time ofexeeutingsai(1 deed of trust, In lhe Bulen ditches, numbers one and two, [nelnd- in~ with said land, ad ditch, il'rigaling, reset- Yon' and water rights therelo perlalnh~g or In any way belonging, whether represented by shares ,,fcapltai stock lu any ditch c,)mpany. at th~ old FuIle~ton stand. iRoch or reservoirs or i.teres therein, or by e(m. 1 Villa Grove .................................... 4 --~ tracts or leases With ally thir(l party, or which 2 Cotton Creek ....................... 3 No f~) Mineral Slu vey No, 14719 were h,ld or e mtroiled at the date of .~ald 8 Crestone ................ 5 " " , o,.~ ,*~m. ~ V~.i N.0. C" " " trust deed by the s dd Edwin D Btllen or*ttar. ' " ...................................... All" 8 1~1 ( rietC. Bulen, his wifi:,, in connection there- ~ ?' d Ik 5 Lower Saguache ............................... 1 ....... ~" ' ' . with, or which since then, have been acquired E1 t '~ t 1~ 6 Saguache ...................................... 7 ~otlce is nere~y given tlla$ HI pursuance ot by the said Edwin D. lllllen or HarrletC. l~lllo ~]L I I [I/LLI 7 Sargents ...................................... 1 the act of congress aEproved May 10, 1872, E.C. en, his wife, aud used in connection with said ~,~.. v ~mv 8 Upper SaguachS ............................... 1 Everly,.whos.e postomee add,tess Is Cochetopa, land. for the purpose of paylnz said bond and 9 (:ochetopa ..................................... 1 colorauo, on belial[ of nhnsell aud his eo-owu- interest and the expenses of this trust 10 Biedeli ..................................... 1 ers, A. G. Perry, G. E. Perry, C. L. Perry and EUOE~E WILLIAMS llBonan~a ................................. :,.::.'2 W. l,. Perry, hasmade application for patent[ S" - . "* " " ~t~]~ /'~t]~l]~ Ik]|~-~.l~41- ~,,& 12Alder ........................................... 1 for l5001inear feet upon tim Uaion Bell lode,[ lmrlffo! tile county of Saguaehe, in the %Jllly %~11L- lqi~|lL %Jt.AL 15 Parkville ...................................... 1 bearing gola and silver, being 36t feet N 71" 11' I state of Colorauo, Successor in trust. 14Rmmel18prings ................................ 2 Waad1136feet871"11'E from mouth of dts-[ . ~t*~ ~t'lr~ A "r%~ 2L__| ~le'~"~'Ni ~ ~ 15 Hauman ...................................... 2 covery cut thereon, with snrtaee ground 800feet I~ ~ 1 ][ I~./~t 1 l Y.fl] [Jl'l 1 I i/4 IT! J 16 Moffat "'" 2 wide sltuatediu Cochetopamlning district Sa I ~x-~-*-~' ~ ,, --v~.w,=.~..~.- v vv.,l~.--v--,,n~,,~ v :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: gl~:e!~!pwel~,t~:tY~:fl:lf(~a22tea'dld?eSe:~l)t~dtYtihe/ Estateofwm.w*~,,msyer (lee,e .ed. Only TWO Nights Out ... .................................. . Beginnlngat cor Ne.1 whence the W V~ cot sec [ Tim undersigned, having been appointed _ __ ~awrenco ..................................... a 14twp45NR3ENMPMbears886.28,40~ W]exeentrlxofthelastwlllandtesiamentof_Wll. J"Nf'~l= ~'~'I~ ~ l"~k/f=~ ~'A 'I[~'r'T~I~'N A *~ ~ 22 Center ......................................... 3 8526.19 lest, thence N 1' 12' E 19.2 feet to cot" No. Ilam Wlttmayer, late of the county of Sa. ~J~=/a J~.~,~-~,~.l=~~ ~ .~~.~J.~ 23 tsmbargo ....................................... 1 2, sur No. 9711 Silver Ihlme lode 3e9.4 feet to guaclle and state of Colorado, deceased, here- It. i~ r~,~rnm~nded that the nr|mar]e~ cur No I said survey No. 9711 314 7 feet to cur ~y gives reties that she wl 1 appear belore the ..... . ............... 1- ..... ' ' ' I . . NO. 2, thence 8 71" 11 E 1500 feet to cor No. 3, P'obate court of Sagtlache county, at the court ~r~ -~-~r- V(~'t~'~ n -~ f~ T~T__TTT A T~'ISaT DT--TT A in the various precincts be held on Sat- thence S l*12' W $14.7 feet to cor No. 4, thence housein Sag uache, at the :~eptember term, on .LN ..IAJ JL k..~_lLI~_lL]k. O~.l..i.t.A. _JL .L_I.I_LJ.E2LJJ_Lld.LdJL .&.I_.L.Z:2L _.~_. ,~.,~,.^_ 1 1,m~ [N71"11'W 1500teettocor ~o. 1, the luace of the5th Monuayln~ep~emoer, next, at which u[unj~, ~C,utmr a, ~Jx. [ beghlnlng, containing lO.329aeres and formil,ga timo all persons having claims against said Lv Denver 1 -0" nl "" "1 ..................... " O D Br~an W ~ Johnson I portion o~ the E ofsec 14 twp 45 N R 3 E N M estate are nolifled and requested to attend for ................. :~ ,p. . ~al y. 4py{r.~.~p J~.][~.l[|~|~N ~AI~_~ =. " ' " " ^ . " IPM. Saidlocatlonbelngrecorded In book 68, the purpose of havlng the same adjusted. All Lv. ColoradoSpriogs 1 3Op.m. Da|]y. ~ ...... -...v~=_=v~w,,..=e==~ ~ecretary. unalrmaa. I pug~. 66 of the Saguache couuty, Colo., records, persons indebted to said estate are requested [ Ar Chicago a:58 D In Next Day ~ ALL ~A.~N0 ........ - = : I No known adloln[ng claims except tlle one to make immediate payment to the undersign. I ........ ~" " "" 9 ..... above lnentmned, ed. . . For a ~ood clo0k or watch cheap go to ] JAg H BAXTE" ~o'~l~t"l' Dated this 21st day of Au,,ust A D ~on, I For~Rates, Reservatmns and Literature, address W. H. FIRTH, Gen'l Agt., 800 17th St., Denve~ Jones'. " ~ First pub Aug. ~, last O~t ~t, " ........ Joszra1:~z'Wx~.'~, Executrix. J JOHN SEBASTIAN, G. P. A., Chicago. E.W. THOMPSON, A. G P. ~, Tepetm,