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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. V0L. XXI. NO. 38. SAGUACHE, COLORADO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, [901. WHOLE NUMBER 1078. i i i New (iioods Comin lor Winter. Ladies wool shirt waists, Ladies walking skirts. Ladies cloaks. Ladies jackets. Ladies capes. Ladies wrappers. Ladies falI and winter trimmed hats. Ladies coUarettes. Also--Nicz llne of Misses, Children baks and capes.. We bought also our usual good assortment of other lines. and Babies SAM FEAST, MOFFAT, LAWRENCE & WILLIAMS D UN2tr BLOCK, 8_A. G- TT.A.C Z--T-~,, CC)I- ,C) t:~_4.21D C) , Have just opened as complete a stock of IIIII __11111 I lull I I BlackHair IIIII II III "I have used your Hair Vigor for rive years and am greatly pleased with it. It certainly re- etores the original color to gray hgir. It keeps my hsir soft."--~rs. Helen Kilkenny,New Portland, Me. i i Ayer's Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years, and it never fails to /to this work, either. You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling, for keeping your scalp clean, and for making your hair grow. $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. - If your druggist cannot supply you, send us one donar and we will express you a bottle. Bc sure and give the name of your nearest express office. Address, J C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mass. --II ............ A The Heart's Theology. With broad'nlng minds, the narrow dogmas die, The world, maturing, sheds old hopes and GENERAL HARDWAREI And yet., my wife, your true and tender eye Refutes some newer douots of newer years. What though I pay no pew rent,and perchance As can be found in the San Luis Valley. Thin stock is new throughout, was selected by an experienced Hardware man and wa~ bought at prices which will permit its being sold right. Anything kept in a well-appointed Hardware Stock can be bought of us. We solicit your trade Buggies and Wagons I~have at my place in the town of Moffat a Large Stock of Farm Implements~Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Binding Twine, Oil, Etc. I have a bargain to offer in Buggies and W agone which I buy in ear 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 REACM " ' EVE RY "~ OF ALL ~i~~~~.. FULLY WARRANTED IEF~~~, FOR TEN YF-,~RS ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO.Roi:!~,i:~5::U~i: P. M. JONF-~, Agent, Bawaa~he, Colo. May hold that creeds, chameleon-like, must take Their color from the Age's circumstaucel Yet,--you have founded faith no man can shake. You cast your lot with mine for ill or good, And more of/l[ than good, God knows, has been You, faithful, patient, murmuring not, with- stood, Snow-pure and steadfast, patient and serene The errors that within the blood will live, The vows forgotten, anger, wrong and guUe-- You, angle-like were ready to forgive, Through wifely tears there shone a wifely smile. At length I said: "the power who gave harms And gave her, too, the spirit that endures-- Can He less loving than her dear self be, Though theologic for His love obscures? My soul and heart cried, 'nay!' and so were naught The teachings or" the moles who, blind cry,'Ood' Is but blind teaching, and by blind men taught And life begins and ends with Jnst--a sod." --Herbert M. Lores, In Success. Gee. W. Lane, Pewamo, Mich. writes: "Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the best remedy for indigestion and stomach trouble that I ever used. For years I suffered from dysl:epaia, at times com- pelling me to stay in bed and causing me untold agony. I am completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. In recom- mending it to my friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails. Thus far I have never paid." Sa- guaohe Pharmacy. Republican ~-onvbntlon. Our Fallen Chaef. Our nation weeps today her fallen chief The darksome wave from shore to shore has spread O'er hearts refusing to be comforted Amid the depths of their unmeasured grief. Our sorrow like the sea o'er granite reef That ,'oars, wind-tossed, in all its anger dread Ingulfs us in this hour when hope ha~ fled When neither prayers nor tears can bring re- lief. Almighty God! he said "Thy will be done," When he was passing thro' the gates of death Our chief, the man of glory and of strength, Who wears the crown immortal he hath won Almighty Godt may We with stifled breath Have strength to say "Thy will be done," at length. D --Gee. W Crofts. curer, Sept. 14, 1901. "We know hint now, all n,lz'row jealousies Are silent, and we see him as he moved, How modest, klndly~ all accomplished, wise, With what sublime repression of himself, And In what limits, and how tenderly, Not swaying to this faction or to ttlat, Not making his blgh place the lawless perch For winged ambitions, nor a vantage ground For pleasure, but tilro"a[[ this tract oflears Wearing the white flower of a blameless life," --Prologue to "] dy]'~ of '~hc Kii~g]'--Ten n i son. Many physicians are now prescribing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly having found that it is the best prescription they can write because it is the one prep- aration which contains the elements nec- essary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kinds and it therefore cures indigestion and dyspepsia no matter what its cause. Saguache Pharmacy. Democratic County Convention. The democratic party of Saguache cuunty, Colorado, is hereby called to moot in convention at Saguache on Oc- tober 12, 1901 at 9. o'clock p. m. for the purpose of nominating county officers to be elected at the election to be held No- vember 5th, 1901, as follows: One County Judge. One County Commissioner. One County Clerk. One Treasurer. One Assessor. One Sheriff. One Coroner. One Surveyor. One Superintendent of Schools. And to transact such oth6r business as may come before it. The various precincts will be entitled to representation as follows: 1 Villa Grove .................................... 2 2 Cotton Creek ................................. 2 3 Crestone ....................................... 5 4 Gamete ........................................ 2 5 Lower Saguache ............................... 1 .6 ~:~aguache ...................................... 3 7 8argente ........................................ 1 8 Upper Bagaache ............................... 1 9 Cochetopa ...................................... 1 10 Biedell ........................................ t [1 Bonanza ...................................... 8 [2 Aider .......................................... 1 IS ParkviUe ...................................... 1 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 16 Moffat ........................................ 1 17 Elkhnro ....................................... 2 18 Veteran ..................... 1 i 19 Duncan ........................................ 1 20 Union Hill ...............................: ....1 21 Lawrence ...................................... 1 22 Centerview ................................... 8 28 Embargo ....................................... 1 Total ............................................. 37 It ie recommended that the primaries be held on October 5th at 2 o'clock p. m. A convention of the Republican party of Saguache county is hereby called to except in Saguaohe, Villa Grove, Bonan- za and Moffat where they should be held meet in the court house at Saguache on Monday, the 14th day of October, A. D. 1901, at I o'clock p. m. for the purposeof nominating a county ticket, to be voted for at the coming election, as follows: One County Judge. [WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! One CountyOommissioner. One County Treasurer. Write to.day for our hand-l One County Clerk. imm.a Illustrated catalogue I READ THE LETT~ERS a/maeewhat beautiful pre-I from our patrons and One Sheriff. minms we give for selnng| be convinced that -'-u our s~p~ .We. give Lo eac~ l are dealing with a tl~o~r- Ova Assessor. pare sser oz a DOX or ~oa oughiy reliable hOUSe or bottle of Perfume their[ choice of SOme of the hand- t ~ One Su perinteudent of Schools. ~omeSt premiums ln the market. LampS, Bracelets, One Surveyor. Glassware, Olmlwure, Knives, Roa~tlng Pamh Cake Plates and other beautiful presents. To ~ One Coroner. the agent who sans only 24 boxes of Soap we give a 5O.Pteee Dinner Set--not a~ The various precincts of the county toy set--but a beautifully decorated and " Forks,net goldMnaicalL~ceDining set.traced'curtains,Graniteware,instrUments, Room We fllll al~Ochair~, size Watches, givefr Etc. Sewing Couches, family Center lfeash Knives Machines,U~e'l{ocker~'Tables#is Din- pre- ann lows:Will21 Villa Cotton be Grove ~ en Creek titled .................................. ................................... to representation as fol- a4 farted we allow a very liberal commie- .................................. 5 Ilion. Wetrt~tyoa. Nolnoneyreqnired. 3 Crestone .... We allow You lS days' time in which 4 Caruero ....................................... 3 to dellver the ~X~Is and collect your 5 Lowdr 8aguaehe ............................... 1 money beore paying us. Don't delay. 6 Ssguacha ...................................... 7 7 Sargents ....................................... 1 ~(~. 8 Upper Sagnache ...............................1 SALVONA SOAP CO., Main and Locust Sis., ST. LOUIS, 9 ( ~oehetopa ..................................... 1 , , "'~ ' '" ' ' ' '' ' ' Alder ........................................... 1 Parkville ...................................... 1 g NATIONAL FAHILY ................................ , THg PEOPLB' Ha.man ......................................... , Moifat ......................................... 2 Elkhorn ....................................... 1 18 Veteran ........................................ 4 19 Duncan ........................................ 1 20 Union Hall ................................... 1 Published Monday, Published on Thnrs- 21 Lawrence ..................................... 4 Wedneeda~ and Frl- day, and known for 22 Center ......................................... 3 flBH''~[]~" fresh,day' is m reahtTa flue'Daily, givingeVery'ther'(laYthe let- NEW . nearlYodeve,statespartSixtymsaOf theNationalYearSunit-in 23 Embarsoit is recommended ....................................... that the primariesl eat news on days of i~- Family Newspaper of in the various precincts be held on Sat- sue, and coveringnews the nighest class, for of the other three. It farmers and villagers, urday, October 12, 1901. It contains all the most YORK contains all importan~ foreign cable news importantg e n r a I O.D. Bryan, U.A. Johnson. "~""~-'~YORK n--o, THE DAILY' Secretary. Chairman. DALLY TRIBUNE of TRIBUNE up to hour came date, also Do. of ~oing to press, an mestie and Foreigz Agricultural Depart- I Judge Pyke has returned to his ranch TRI ~,,oo,~_ shorl meat of thenignest or- ...... der. has entertaining [or me Wln~er.--t~ress. Stories. Elegant Half. " toneIllustrationa rea~ing for every] : ---: ,.=o.o..,,o, WEEKLY o, o,oo,.Palmer is out one dustrial information old and young, ~aarKet " . .... Fashion Notes, Agri. Reports which a,e ac~ [ tour of inspection tbm weeK. He in- Comprehene~veandr~ * farmers and country forms us that there are more districts liable Financial ann m erchants~ and is holding school at this time than ever be- Market renorts, clean, up to oate, m- . , teresting and instruct- fore in the history of the county. _l~ar subscription ire. TRIBUNE TRIBUNE prioe,$L00vur year. A never failiug cure for outs, burns, We furnish it with We furnish it with scalds, ulcers, wounds and sores is De- THE CRESCENT for THE CRESCENT for $2.50 per year. $2.00per year. Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo. A most sooth- inghoalingremedy for all skin sffec- Send all orders to The Crescent. Saguache., coept only goouin,. Sa- guache Pharmacy, at 7 o'clock p. m. No proxy will be allowed in conven~ tion except it be used by a logal voter of the preeiuet to be represented. J. W. Davidecn, Frank Brown, . Secretary. Chairman. For 8ale. W: W. Idea offers for sale the follow- ing articles, which may be seen at the California h, rn or his residence in Sa- guache. P, i~ *dl be made right as he does not want to move them: Two driving horses single or double one, three inch lumber wagon, one two seat carriage, two buggies, two road carts, two sets double buggy harness, two sets single buggy harness, one Fair- banks scale, capacity 19.,000 pounds, three heating stoves, household goods. Alfred Schaefer returned to the capi- tal city Monday after two weeks spent at Hooper.--Press. My stock of wall paper will be at Denton's, next door to CRESCENT OffiC@. Also books of fancy samples anc1 low prices, 25 per c~nt off of regular pries. Will do painting or papering as usual. Dr. Melvin, who is also health officer for this county, was called to Liberty on Tuesday to investigate complaints made against a man living there for polluting the waters of the stream from which Liberty obtains its supply of drinking water. If the Dr, finds the charges well founded he will at once institute pro- eeed/ngs to abate the nuisance. Norris Silver, North Stratford, N. H. "I purohased a bottle of Cue Minute Cough Cure when suffering with a cough do0tors told me was incurable. One bot- tle relieved me, the second and third al- most cured. Today 1am a well mau. Saguache Pharmacy." Note and raceipt books and short form bills of sale at thig ofl]oe. People's Party Convention. A convention of the People's Party of Saguachecounty will assemble at the court house at Saguache Saturday, Oct. I 1 ' i 2 at 1 o clock p. m. For the purpose of nominating the following county offices: One ,County Clerk. One County Treasurer. One Sheriff. One Assessor. Superintendent of Schools. One Commissioner. One County Judge. One County Surveyor. One County Coroner. And for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the conventhm. The various precincts are entitled to the following representation being one deJegatefor every 40 votes or major fractmn thereof cast for Orman for gov- ernor. 1 Villa Grove .................................... 1 2 Cotton Creek .................................. "~ 3 Crastone ...................................... 5 4 Carnero ........................................ 2 5 Lower Saguache .............................. 1 6 Saguache ...................................... 2 7 Sargents ....................................... 1 8 UI, Der [~agaache.,. ............................ 1 9 ( 'ochetopa ..................................... 1 10 Biedell ........................................ 1 It Bonanza ................... ~. ................ 1 12 Aider ......................................... 1 13 Parkville ...................................... 1 14 Russell Springs ................................ 1 15 Hauman ....................................... 1 16 Moffat ......................................... 1 17 Elkhorn ..................... ~ ................. 2 18 Veteran ........................................ 1 19 Duncan .................................. " .... 1 20 Union Hill .................................... 1 2i Lawrence ...................................... 1 2*2 Canter ........................................ 28 Embargo ....................................... 1 It is recommended that the primaries l be held in the various precincts on Thursday October 10 at 4: o'clock p. m. exseptin Bonanza, Villa Grove, Cres- tone, Saguache, Moffat aml 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 come up. John I. Palmer, Thee. Lyons, Secy. Chairman. Sid Darling, 1012~oward st, Port Hu- ron, Mich. writes: "I have tried many pills and laxatives but DeWitt's Little Early Risers are far the best pills I bare ever used." They never gripe Sa- guache Pharmacy. Beating all Records. Whenever the American people find a thing of merit, absolute genuine merit they appreciate it and never hesitate lo make liberal use of it. It is merit that counts for the enormous sale of Caaca- rete, over six million boxes last year. It is the best bowel and liver regulator in the world and sells at prios~ that suit everybody, 10c, 25o and 50c a box, put up in tablet form and every tablet stamped "C C C." There is no waste. Cascarets arc easy to take and are sold by the mak- ers under an absolute guarantee to re- fund the money if Cascarets do not prove satisfactory. A 50c box is enough for a whole month's treatment for the worst case. We urge upon every sufferer to give Casoarete an immediate trial. B. W. Pureell, Kintersville, Pa. says he suffered 25 years with piles and could obtain no relief until DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salye effected a permanent cure. Counterfeits are worthless. Saguache Pharmany. A San Luis valley firm has a large tract of rape on which to run a band eli sheep this fall before putting them on the finishing grain. Rape is no doubt a great preparatory forage and ought to adorn most of our idle grain fields at this time of year. Sheep, rape, alfalfa and grain will make every grain farmer rich and our western people who are strug- gling along on the one-crop theory ought to stop and think about such proposi- tions for bettering their condition.- Field and Farm. Co&l. I am agent for tho C. F. & I. Co. and will keep a supply of the following coal on hand. Blacksmith Anthracite Canon City and Waleenburg. John H. Holcomb, MoffaL There will be tomorrow night, a very "swell hop" in the town hall at Bonanza. It is to bo the most luminous event of the season and everybody from far and wide are invited. The entry ie one. De- licious refreshments one. And when the dial plate indicates "tally" and you wash your faos for breakfast remember "we have done our best." WeIi Machine. . H. O. Miller, who has the contract for sinking the state artesian well at this place, offers for sale the machine used here at a big bargain. Mr. Miller is the patentee aud maker of these machines and will give any one bed reek prme. The machine can be seen in operation near this place. Call on or addrem. H. O. Miller, S~uache, ~,olo. SAGUACHE CRESCENT FOaM]gaL~ SAOUACM~ D~m'OO~T. OSCAR. D. BRYAN, PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. I'ublishod at 8s~Vxach~-~olo., every Thumda~. On political questions it mH advooat~ tha inter~ta of the Repubhcan mu't~. Its chief aim will b~ to advancdthe'ma. terial inter~te of thl~ oount~. Subscription. - $2.00 a Y$~r. S PDar GaAPr (3arAM O~ TASTas POWDI[a, i @1tl Highest Honors, World's Fair Cold Medal~ Midwinter Fair Avoid. Baking Powder~ containing alum. ~t' m'~ lnJurlou~ to health Mayor Quinn and Postmaster COle. nan, two of our moat enterprisicg bust. ness men, arrived home lut Saturday from Poncha Springs where they spent the past throe weeks dabbling in the fa- mous mineral water~ They report s nice time and judging from their look~ must have had it.--Miner. Salida; Record. Parties from Chicago and lowa points who are interested in the Manitou group of claims in the Alder district, of which O. C. Cooley is the 1coal manager, were in Salida last week and made a trip to the mines, While iu Salida they were tbe guests of Mr. Cooley. It is expected that extensive development work will soon be inaugurated on the properties. Miss Mary Spray left Tuesday morn- ing for Richmond, /nd., where she will spend the present school year as a stud.. ant in the famous Earlham college, known as the "Quaker College." This is Mira Spray's second year in this institution. T. Goodwin, a prominent mining and smelter man of I.~adville, stopped over in Salida Wendesday afternoon to look after important business mattem, going on to Denver in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilee went to Villa Crees Wednesday to spend sdme time there and at Saguaohe, Mr. Hiles will look after his insurance busing. Mrs. Means, who has been the guest of the family of T. H. Brown~ returned Tuesday to her home in Villa Grove. l~skimo Time Table. "How do the Eskimos tell time?" wee the inquiry made the other night of a man who has had considerable eEper. ~ence in north Greenland i~ connection with the Peary expeditions He had just been telling something about the long arctic "day," with the sun circling round and round a short distance above the horizon, and the question was a natural ono. "They ha~e two different method~" he replied, "according to the iuterval of ;ime involvec]. For instance, if you are about to start on a journey and ask au Eskimo how long it will take he will tell you 'three sleeps' or 'four sleeps,' corre- sponding to the number of days the trip will take, but he knows nothing about.a day, only that every so often he hu to stop to sleep. And fortunately, the Es- kimo finds it convenient to sleep about i once in every 9.~t hours, so that his sleep means practically a day, "On the other hand I remember seeing Peary dispatching an Eskimo one morn- ing with a message to a nearby settle- ment, and the explorer kept pointing to the sun, which at the time stood immed- iately above a rocky eminence across the bay. I wondered what it waa all about and asked Peary. "'I want that fellow to be back here tomorrow at this time,' he replied, 'and the only way to tell him is to call hie at- tention to the position of" the sun. He knows that he is to return when tha sun has got around to that point again. "Sure enough, the next morning when the sun had circled the horizon and was again above the point of rock the Eaki. me could be seen coming acro~ the bay in his kayak.'' ~, 0. Tq]or W~kim ussa by critical J~l~m. Catholic Church Notiee. I will be at the plaza we~t of Saguache ou the Wednesday following the second Sund~v in each month, and at Saguache on the Thursday followiug and will celebrate mesa at each place. Frau0k0o Tomasini,