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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. VOL. XX. 38. SAGUACHE, COLORADO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1900. i i . i i WHOLE NUMBER 1026. i. ii i i ,School ,Supplies. On or about Sept, I we will have on sale a complete Hue of 8chol Books, Tablets in every quality, Stationery in all the latest tints, Pencils, slates, etc, it will pay you to see our line 5elate purchas- ]nt, our prices will please you, " 5a uachc Pharmacy Go,, . " ,, Frank Pittcnler, H r, We sell t~e celebrated Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, Buggies and::"Wag0ns I have at my place in the town of Moffat a Large Stock of Farm Implements--Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Binding Twine, 0jl, Etc. I have a bargain to offer in Buggies and W agous which I buy in car load lots and can make you better paices than you can get any where else in the valley. Call and examine nly stock and get my prices before buying elsewhere. JOHN HOLCOMB. MOFFAT, COLO. i i i ,Hi| i , i , .m Samuel Feast, j MOFFAT', COLO. I Dealer in General Merchan. ~, dise, Hay, Grain and Coal. i wxth' me and Saw . ey. I handle none but Fxrst-Class | c, ooa. I-Ii vat, | BIt GLE B00K -I A Farm Library of unequalled value--Practlca'~ ,~Ye~ ~ Up-to-date, Concise and ~mprehenslve--Hand- ~a~,~..-~ -.~ somely Printed and Beautifully Ulustratcd. [ J'~ ! By JACOB BIQGLE No. 1--m GLe .ORSEoBOOK ~'~ ~ i All about Horses--a C n n-Se se Treattse, wqth o:'~ - ]_ ~- ~-~[ | 74 illustrations ; a standard work. Price, 50 C~n'~. 7~ ~ k No. "~--BI(]QLH BERRY BOOK ~'* ~ ~ Allabovt growing SmaU Fruits--read and team he-- : ~ ~ contains 43 colored li,.e-like reproductions of all Ic~ (~i,, X ,di~'~ ~ varieties and zoo otl;cr illustrations. Price, 5 CeI.L . t ~ t=~ { NO. ~--BIOOLE POULTRY BOOK ~#~.='~-'.~ | All about l'oultry ; the best Poultry Book in e=iFtc~ . ~7~d~]l~d~ i tellaevery~bing; w*.'th23 coloredlife-likct.vpro6:ic:)' t~..; ~-- ! of all the princil)al breeds; with zo3 other xllustratzous. Price, 50 Cents. ' 21X~2w~~~(~ NO. 4--BIGGLE CO~,r BOOK All about C~ws and the Dairy Businea~ ; having a great sale ; cents "a3 8 colored life-like reproductions of each "' breed, with 132 other illustrations. Price, 50 Cents. No. ~--BIOGLB SWINE BOOK " ~ Just out. All about Hobs--Breed'tit, Feeding, Bntch- , ~ : 7 i.,~r~ cry, Disea:es etc. Cents,us over 80 beautiful half- : . .~ ,~. ".O tones and otit~,r engravin~s. Price, 50 Cents. ~d "~ 'J~eBIO(IL[~ BOOKS are unique,orig!nal,useful--you never ~ ' l saw anything iike t,~cm~so Fracttcal, so senstble. They i " ~ ~k are havin~ ~tz enor~ot~!; ~al~Ea~,t, West, North and. ~ f---- ~ ~ South. Every one who keeps a Horse, Cow, Hog or ~1~ :. ,~,~ .. ~ ~ " "~/ Chicken, or Frown V:,nall Fruits, ought to send right ~ ~ ~ away for tttc BIOOLE EOOKS. The - FARM JOURNAL Isyour paper, made for you and not a misfit. It is 2~ years IL old; it is the great boiled-down, hit-the-nail-on-tbe-head,-- ~k quit-after-you-l~ave-said-it, Parm and Household paper in the world--the biggest paper olits size in the United States of America--having over a million and a-half regular readers. Any 0NB of the BIGGLB BOOKS and the PARM JOURNAL Nearly FIVB YBAR$, (remainder of 1900, all of 1901, 1902, 1903 attd 1904,) will be ~l~nt to any address f )r A DOLLAR BILL. "amp of FARM JOURNAL and circular dc.~cribing BIOOLB BOOKS free. WILMZg ATKtNSON. Address, FARM JOURNAL F. J'WNKINS. PHILADELPHIA. Cl~. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: _:~. t The Crescent Office- is maklnt a Specialty of Prlntlnt for 3TOCIIHEN, To re- ,} gray hair~ %~' ~ m "~'1 ' IH IPI After for two~190P] using it or three weeks notice how much younger you ap- pear, ten years younger at least. Ayer's Hair Vigor also cures dandruff, prevents falling of the hair, makes hair grow, and is a splen- did hair dressing. It cannot help but do these things, for it's a hair-food. When the hair is well fed, it cannot help but grow. It makes the scalp healthy and this cures the disease that causes dandruff. $1.00 a bottle. All druggists, " My hair was coming out badly, but Ayer's II~ir Vigor stopped the falling and has mass my hair very thick and much darker than before. I think there is nutlfing like it for the hair." ConA M. LEA, April 25,1899. Yarrow, I. T. W~lte the Do.tom. If you do not obtain all the benefits you desire from the Usa of the Vigor, write the doctor a bout it. Address, D~ J. C. XER, Lowell, M~ss. The repairs on the Mingay block were completed the last of the week. Alfred Schaefer returned from Den- ver Tuesday morning. He reports ft. T. Wallace able to sit up and that he will probably be able to return to his home at Hooper next week.--Press. Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills change weakneee into strength, listlessness into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're! wonderful in building up the health. Only 25 cents per box. Sold by Lord &: Wilcox, Orestone, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bettray have sold their home on C street near the Rio Grande hospital to Mrs. Flinn. Mr. Bet- tray is now lacated at Crestone where he has a good opening for business and Mre. Bettray will join htm on the 18th of this month. Thore daughter Emma will be sent to Denver where she "will enter school. Mr. and Mrs. Bettray have boon residents of Salida for nineteen years, coming here when the town was only about a year old.--Salida Mail. Cured nf Citronic I)iarrhnea After Ti,lrty Years of SuU'~rhig.. "I suffered thirty years with diarrh.ea and thought I was past bei,g eured," says John S. tIalloway, of French Camp, Miss. "I had spent so much time and money and suffered 8o muc'h that I had given up all hopes of recovery. I was so feeble from the (fleets of the diarrhoea! that I could do no kind of labor, could not even travel, but by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chamber- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- edy affd after taking several bottles [ am entirely cured of tha~ trouble. I am so pleased with the result that I am a,x ious that it be in reach of all who s, ffer as I have." For sale by the Saguache Pharmacy. ....................... A. J. WlUoughby returned from a brief business trip to Denver Wednesday and took the first train out for Bonanza. tie and CImrles Hampson have a deal on for the sale of their mining property in that camp and the proapecte are ~,~ood for an early closiu~ of the transfer. The mine is among the most promising in the district and is now shipping s.,me rich ore as well as hlocktng nut a vast quantity of lower grade milling oro.- Salida biail. B=u'~ ~. _~~a~e Always B0u~t The Twelfth Judicial Convention. In pursuance to a call regularly made the republican delegates of the twelfth judicial district, composed of Cos,ilia, Conejos. Saguache, Rio Grands and Mineral counties, met m the opera house Wednesday, September 12th. The conceal(on w,s ca(led to order at 10 a. m. by CoL C. M. Sampson, of Cone- jos, who was selected tempornry chair- man and 0. D. Bryan of Saguache as temporary secretary. The central committee having passed favorably on the credentials of the var- ious delegates, and there boin~ no con- teats, the temporary organization was made permanent. On motion duly carried the chair ap- Pointed a committee ou resolutions, com- p(,~d of C. T. Eiting, of Mineral, J. B. Haffey, of Rm Grands, Leo Fairbanks, of Saguache, W. tL Pyke, of Cost(lie, and Dan E. Newcomb, of Conejos. On motion duly carried the chmr ap- pointed the following committee on or- der of business: Brickenstein, of Gone- jo~, Breckemldge, of Cos, ilia, Clark, of Rio Grands, Woodruff, of Mineral, Hall, of Saguaehe. which reported after being out 30 minutes as follows: let. Nomination of judge. 2nd. Nomination of district attorney. 8rd. District chairman. 4th. The naming from each county of one member of the central committee for the judtmal district. Nominations then being in order, Hen. Los Riley, of Antonito, m a neat little spe~h placed the name of the Hen. C. C. Holbrook in nomination, which was seconded by Mineral, Saguache, Rio Grande and Costllla. No other nomina- tions being annonnced the convention by vzva vooe unanimously nominated Mr. Holbrook for judge of the 12th judicial district to be voted upon this coming November. Judge Holbrook not being in the, convention, a committee of three was appointed to bring him In. He was received with a storm of applause, and in a well chosen speech thanked the con- vention for the honor of a third nomina- tion at the hands of the republicans of th~ district, and a continuation of his ~adt splendid record as judge was prom- ised the people by the speaker. At the conclusion of the judge's speech the con- vention adjourned until 2 o'clock. Convention resumed business at 2 o'clock p.m. The committee on resolu- tions reported as follows: R~SO~UTIO~S, "We the republicans of the 12th jud/. sial dtstriot of the state of Colorado, in convention assembled, pledge again our ! loyalty and devotion to the principles of the republican party; and believing that the continued prosportty of our country can be assured only by a continuation in power of the repubhcan party, we do hereby "Resolve, that we, as republicans, will use all honorable means in our power to promote the election of Win. McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt as president and vice-president of the United States; that we cordially and heartily endorse the wise, sound and patrmtic administratio~ of McKinley, not only in internal affairs but also in the conduct of our island possessmn and in the position taken in the Chinese trouble; that the loyalty to party and sturdy republicanism of Sena- tor Woleott deserves the hearty commen- dation of all republic;ms, and that his brilliant talents and broad statesman- ship should .command tim respect and admiration of every loyal citizen of Colo- rado, whose best interests he has ever faithfully represented in the senate of the United States,.that we condemn un- qualifiedly the reckless, extravagant and incompetent administration of the state affairs by the present administration; that we extend an earnest and cordial in- vitation to all citizens, regardless of par ty, and especially to aH republicans who may in the past have al~ihated with other tarries and who are m sympathy with the broad views of republicamsm, to join with us in the support (~ our natmnal, state and county ticko:a, and "Resolved, that we reaffirm our confi- dence in the Hen. Charles C. Holbrook as judge of the 12th judicial district, as an houeat, fair and ~mpartial judge in all his judicial actions nnd again commend him to the confidence of the people of this judicial district ss a judge who has always been houest, non-partlsan and fair; and ! "Rosoh, cd, that we extend to the family of the late General Jose Victor Garci~ in this their sad lmur of boreat'ement, our.heartfelt sympathy and to the coun- ty of Conejos in i~s loss of a neighbor and citizen whoso history for 44 )ears has been its history; and ha it further "Resolved, that we heartily condemn the frittering away of the money in the internal ~mprovement fund towards the building of useless roads and unneces- sary bridges which are rumply construct- ed to further the political ends of aspir- ing politicians, and earnestly adv.~cate the jadicious expenditure of such funds in the constructmn of reservoirs, tba sites of which have first been determin- ed upon by competent irrigation experts. C~As. T. ELTI~(h Chairman." Frank B. Webster then addressed the convention, in which be reaffirmed his allogiauce to the republican party and a desire to withdraw his name as a candi- date before the convention. M~rk Woodruff, of Mineral county, then placed the name of James D. Pd- chef of Mineral county as a candidate for prosecuting attorney. This nomina- tion was seconded by Frank B. Webster and hy the chairmans of the Saguache and Costilla delegattons. Mr. C. M. Corlette was placed in nomi- nation by W. O. Statton, of Rio Grande, Mr. Corletto withdrew his name. As there wore no other nominations, James D. Pilchor was unanimously nominated on first ballot. By choice of the convention C. M. Cor- lotte was chosen chairman el the 12th judicial district committee and th~ fol- lowing were appointed chmrmen of their respective counties: Lou S. HAloy, Cone. jos: W. H. Moyers, Costilla; O. D. Bryan, Saguacbe; J. B. Haffey, Rio Grande, and Szlas Frank, Mineral. On motion duly carried the chatr was instructed to appoint a committee of three to fill vacancy. The followiug gen- tlemen were named: George H. Shone, C. T. Elting and J. B. Halley, after which the convention adjourued. Silver Republicans. The 12th judicial convention of silver republicans met at the office of'Willis & i Colt at'high noon yesterday, and after permanent organizatmn the following! i . I resolutions were passed. ] i "We, your committee on resolutions, I beg leave to make the following report: "Whereas, we firmly behave that the judiciary department of our government should and of right ought to be main- tained separate and distinct from all po- litical parties and political influence, be it "Resolved, that in the selectton of candi. dates for the offices of judge and district attorney, We select those whom we deem moot fitted for the piece, irrespective of what their affiliations of the past may have been, of what they are today, and what they are likely to be hereafter; and be it further "Resolved, that any candidate accepting any nomination at the hands of this con- vention, must do so with the full under- standing tha~ if elected they will fulfill the duties of their respective offices! without fear or favor of any click, gang or political party. W. C. MUNSELL, G. C. W~,zu, H. H. Russ~, COm. on l~solutions." The convention then proceeded to Notice Is hereby given tAx~t ~t the Genmud ]~leotAon to be held on the Sixth day of Noveatbae, ~k, D. 190D there ~'LU be sabmitted to the qu~H= fled electors of the State of ~olorado the question of amending the oonstitu= lion Of said. State. The authority for submitting sneh question i~ found ill Senate Bill No. 11 which is, t~wor4s and flgu~,es, follow- j ing, vim: AN ACT. To ~UnM1T TO Tile QUAI,IFIE]) ELECTOR~ OF Tile ~TATE OF ()(}I~OI~ADO AN AMEN 1)MENT TO SECTION '1WO(2) OF AItTICLE ~I~NKTEEN X[X.iOF T}[E CONSTITUTION OF THE ~TAT~ OF (JO LO aADO. Be it enacted by the Generol Assembly of the b'late of Colorado: ~ECT[ON 1. That there shall be submittvd to tl~e qualiUed electors of the ~tafe of Colo- rado. at the next general e|CetriOn IOL' lnelnbers ot the (teneral Assenlbly, lL)r theh' npprov~t[ or t'l.jeeLioo, the following alnendtliellLs LO Ll e consotui,ion ot Lhe ~tate of CoLol'ad(L Willch whelt rat(tied by a maJority of t rose vot|ug til(,reoa, sha|l be valid a8 a part ot the cau- sLitutiun, namely; 8ectiou 2 el arttcle XIX. el ti~e constitution of the ~Late of Coloratio sh:tll b~ SO alas, haled a8 LO read as lollows; ~EC. 2. Any amendme.nt or alrlelldt[Ioltts tO this e?tmtituiion ltlay bc proposed In either HOUSe t)t the General ASS~:,Bbly~ add If tim santa shall be Voted for by two-thh'ds of all tl~e menlbers elected to each house, shell pro. p(~sed ttlnendnlent or anlelldmeltLs~ together wiitl tile ayes and noes of eaoit house t here011~ ~,tt~tlt be elltered ill full 0U their respective j(~llt'ltais; the proposed ltloen(inteut oraulend* iiit, nLs 8ilaU bC 0nhllshed with Lhe laws ol IJD~L session O[ Lhe (~et/el'lll Assenlbly. alld the ~eeretary of State strait also Pause the 8aid a|nendlneHt()rnlfleltdlDet]ts tO [,~ pnO- lisized In full In not more than n te t]ewspa )or ol general cil'cntatiou in ea.c x c )tlllty~ lor h)ur successive weeks previous to the next gene.ra] eleetlort t~)r members to {tie (~ettel'al Assent- t)ly; attd at said election the said autelldtnent or amendments shall be submitted to tile qual- iliad electors of Ihe State for their al)l)rovnl or rvjcction, and suel~ as are approved by a I)la- ,joJity of those vat(fig thereon st]all /)econte par~ oi this constitatloP,. Provided. That if more th&n one amend- nte/tt he *nbnlltted aL any generul election each of 8aid ttlnetldtlaent8 sitall be voted u pOD separately~ and voter lhereon east shall be separately counted the sart~e aN though but (ute amendment WaS subn'titted. But Ihe General Assembly shall itave nO power to pro )t)s~ anlendment~ to lnote lhan six artle|es o lid8 constitution at the same se8sion, SEe. 2. Each elector vet|rig atsald eleetlo~ and de.irous of voting ior or agatnst said atuendment, shali depoMt ill the ballo~ box ills ticket whereupon slzali be printed the wards "For Lhe Amendrnent" attd "'Against the Amendment" attd shall tndt,.ate his chnice by placing a cross opposite the one or the other of said group n[ words, 8~:C. 3. The Votes east for the adoption or reJee, lun el said amendrneut sh~tll I)e c~ttt vans- e(t attd tlze result delet'lnlned by the lawsof lhe St~tt~ /or the canvass/or represent&tires in Cougress. Aproved February 10, A. D. 1899. lu testimuny wbereof 1 have rtereuuto Ytet tny hand uud UfltXe(| the gre~tt seal of the~;t~tteofColoeado, at the Ciiy ot Dean ver, this 30th d~ty of July, A. D. 1900. ELMEIt F. BECKWITH, Secretary nf ~t~te. SAGUACHE CRESCENT FORMERLY SADUAC~B D~O0]~T. OSCAR D. BRYAN, PROPRIETOR AHD EDITOR. ublished at ,Saguac.he, Colo.~ ~ve{y Thu~. On pohticea questions zt wm ~vooat~ tl~ interests of the Rapubho~n ~_~. It~ chief arm will be to I~dvanoo the nut- torial intermta of this count. Subscription, - $2.00 a Year. , i $ , , # ",, $ , , $,, , , , ~, ~$ $, i Leading Paper t Of the County. Has more ~. than twloe the circulation of any paper in county. I ~, ~ .. .. ..~ nominations, which resulted unanimous- ly in favor of Hen. C. O. Holbrook for i judge and James D. Piloher for prose- cuting attorney, after which the conveu- it(on adjourned. Are you planning a berry patch? Don't think of doing it until you read Judge Blgglo's admlrable little berry book, It contains the experieca of thirty of the leading berry growers of the county. Ex- perience has a cash value. Send 50 oente to Wilmer Atkinaon CO. Philadelphia, for a copy. G.O. Teller Whiskles~ of Sultrier exeelleae~ Chamberlain's Cough ]L~medy a Great Favorite. The soothing and healing properties of this remedy, it~ pleasant taste and prompt and permanent eur~ have made it a great favorite with people every. where. It is especialy prized by mothers of small cbildrea for cold~h croup and whooping cough, aa it always affords in- stant rehef, and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug, it may be given as confidently to a baby aa to an adult. For sale by Saguaohe Pharmacy. Tn conciseness of statement, in the thoroughness with which the ground hem been covered, the Biggle books have won praises ou every hand. The boiled-down, common sense, cream, not skim milk method, which ehara0terizea the pagem of the Farm Journal has beau carried out in their preparation. For meohaa- ical effect no expense or pains have been spared, and the highly finished paper,. the beautiful illustrations, the excellent type and p~ees work and the hand~ome cloth l~inding make these booke modele of the printer's art. The color work lu the berry, poultry and Pew boolm has never been attempted before in any book Palling for a reasonable price. No farm or rural borne is complete wlthout Judge Biggle'a books, and no one intermts~d ia these subjects oau afford to let another day go by without sharing in the helpful things with which their pages are filled. Pay $40 for a farm library other thaa this and you will not have more value. The price is 50 oent~ by mail~ addre~ the publishers, Wilmer Atkinson Co, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. W. E. Cox left Thursday mght last for a short visit at her old homo in Phillipsburg, Kaasas. The judge ao- compamed her as far as Pueblo, and after his wife's departure for the east, acted like all other men, going to Den- ver where he carried on until Monday evening, returning to Alameda as a dou- ble headar.--Journal. The progressive nations of the world are the great food consuming nations. Good food well dlgeated gives strength. If you cannot digest all you eat, you need Kodol Dyspopma Cure. It detests what you eat, you need not diet yourse]L It contains all the dlgeatante combined with the best known tonics and r~con- structivos. It will even digest all clam. es of foods iu a bottle. No other prep. aration will do this. It instantly relieveg and quickly cures all stomach trouhlea. Saguacho Pharmacy. Frank Dimiek, locater of the Indepen- (lent mine near Crestone, came dow~ from Denver Saturday morning and was met here in the evening by his brother, Lee. After spending Sunday in Alamo- sa they proceeded on to Pagoea Springs whore they will spend a w~ek in recrea. ,ion. The many friends of Mr. Frank Dimick will be glad to learn that he ta recovering from hxs recent stroke of par- alysis and ia again becoming vigorous and hearty. -Alamosa Courier. Hood's Pills Are prepared from No. lure's mild laxatives, and while gentle are reliable and efficient. They Rouse the Liver Cure Sick Headache, Bil. iousness, Sour Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, ~5c. per box. %