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September 20, 1900     The Saguache Crescent
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JN0. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~Vill practice in all courts. H. AARON LORD, M. D. OFFWE *ND RZS~DENCE : C~m'. Eighth St. and San Juan Ave, SAGUACHE, COLO. J. TRACY #IELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite American }Iouse, San Juan ave- rue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. Examining'Surgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D., Villa Grove. Colo. CHAS. HAYDEN, Attorney-at-Law, Saguache, Colo. AI $RIGAN HOBSH S GUACHE. 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. G.0 Taylor Whiskies or great value to the sire WANTED-ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- actor to deliver and collect in Colorado for old ~tablished manufactnring wholesale house. $900 a year, sure pay. thmesty more than exper. fence required. Our reference, any bank in any city. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. Manufacturers, Third Floor. 334 Doarbon st. Chicago; Thn 8aguach8 ounty Bank, Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Organized, May. 1880. Incorporated, July, 18~2. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A General Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on PrincipM Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Box~ for Rent. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pros. CEARLE8 TARBELL, Ca*hier. WM. F. BOYD, Asst. Ca*hier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Bros., New York City, I~'irst National Bank, Denver, Colo. Firlt National Bank, Pueblo, Colo. TO CHICAGO The Reliable Route Palace Sleeping Cars - and Dining Cars. Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and Operated by CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furthe information address J. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, 1029 Seventeenth St. Denver, Colorado. .7:~'(; C;q L P/i I CP. t, ASShY ~stabli~hediu Colorado,l~56. Samples by t~eller expre~ s will receive prompt and careful aSter:tics, Refined Melted and Astsya,~ 601d&Sdver6ulll0n o.'~u.~..~,~ " C0,ce,tratl0n Tests-~'~,' or car ,o.~ ,o. Write for b,rm~ IT:~O-.l?38 Lawrence St., Denver. C~h,. A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Fourth St., SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and com- plete line of UF~ERTAKING GOODS. This department is In 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 have a hearse, I qJ J :/ [ "'A La,,.~ Sr:./~ May I VILLA GII2VJ NOTES. [ Mrs. F. M. Hills is spending M,a,~ .~v~iCh WePt,'" [days in Den'or. The tittle "" spar&s'" o.; bad blood [nrkir , in fhe system shottM t:, cvcnched ,w.:. Hood's Sarsaparilth, Arnc:.ica's great bloc, purifier. It purifies, vitalizes and enrichc.,, the bloodo[ both sexes and a[l ages, Cure5 scrofuta, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh. LOCAL HAPPENINGS Melons cheap at Jones'. The democrats will hold their judicial convention at Alamosa on Friday night. Flour, grain and hay at Jor, ee'. G. O. Taylor Whiskies~ are dectdedly fln~ L. S. Lockett came up from the ranch last Friday night to spend a few days with his family. For clothio~ and hats go to Jones. Best machine oil for mowers at the (~otthelf & Mayer CCs. R. S. Morrison went to Crestone last reek with a bunch of saddle horses which he expects to sell. Grapes and fruit cheap at Jones'. A good sewing machine can be had at a bargain. The machine can be seen at the residence of Callie ~,~ack. Bonnie McDonough came down from Los Pines the first of the week to attend the school here for another )'ear. DeWitt's Little Early RiMers are prompt, palatable, pleasant, powerful, purifying little pills. Saguache Pharmacy. Mr. W. T. Ashley returned on Tues- day from Denver where he had accom- )anied his daughter, Miss Blanche. Box papers at the CRESCENT office. Go to Jones' for a good harness cheap. C. R. Williams, who is helping put in ;he electric light plant at the Dunn ranch, was in town the first of the week. Colorado Springs (Colo.) Gazette, Daily Mining Edition, $4 a year in advance. All the mining news and stock quotations. Treasurer Jewell desires us to an- nounce that he is now engaged in mak- ing up the delinquent tax full of the county. To preTent consumption quickly cure throat and lung troubles with One Min- ute Cough Cure. Saguache Pharmacy. Mrs. Schwackenberg of Villa Grove was granted a diw)rce from A. Henry Schwackonberg on the 6th inst. by a jury in the county court. Go to Jones for best teas and coffees. Buy your stationery and tablets at this office. Gains Skinner of Montrose came into Villa Grove last Sunday evening and went up to W. A. McEntyre's ranch on Monday morning to do some riding after horses and cattle. J. Julian Espinose, sheep inspector for ~aguache county, was in town Monday and went up to the Cochetopa to com- mence inspecting the sheep to see that they have all been dipped. Patrons of the American ttouse speak very favorably of its new nianagement. The table is ~ood, the beds excellent and the attention given guests all that could be desired. For sale, poles and posts, call at P. M. Jones & Co's. Belgian Haz'es. One hundred young does, must beaold in ten days. High bred stock, and go at moat prices if necessary. CooK BROS. Box 245. Boulder, Colo. The contracts for the artesian well have been signed np and it is expected that work will begin in a short time. Under the terms of the contract the well a few Mrs. R. Briley from near town was calling on friends Saturday. Mrs. Gee. Means went to D, nver last Sunday to remain a few days. Mr. Gill and wife are the happy par- ents of a bran new boy wire arrived September 14th. Mrs. Charlie Miller and sister, Miss Barsh, were iu town, Tuesday. i Frank Carlson has been takiug a lay- off and enjoyed a much needed rest. Mr. Ham and Miss Sarah Fullerton of SaguachespeutSunday in Villa Grove making the trip via the bicycle route. A little paint aKd wall paper made the interior of Mrs. Schw,ckenberg's res- taurant look more neat. Mr. Davison and Mrs. White are build- ing fences around tileir homes. Postmaster King is spending a few days in Denver and Cripple Creek, at- !tending the republican conventions. X STATE OF OltlO, CITY OF TOLEDU, Luc*s t~OUNT aS. FRANK J. (~HENEY ntukes oath lbat h~ is |the so.tier partner of tim firm of W. ,J ( 'IIENEV ~ t'o., doing business in the City of.T.!edo, (!(runty and tttate aforesaid, and tl at uaul firm will l)ay the sum of ONE II UNDRE ) 1)ClArA ItS for each and every case of (!atarrh that CaUllOt be cured by the use of HALL'S (,:ATAltRH (:URE. FIIANKJ.(t[ENEY. Sworn to before me and eubscribed in 1115' presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1~6. "~-'~ i A.W. GLEASON, SEAL 1 '~"~- f Netury ]'ubhc. Hall's ('atarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the bh)od slid ]nue)us ~utfaces of the system. Send for te#[imonial~, free. F. J. CIIKSEY & CO., 'loledu, O. Sold byDrnggists, 75c. Hall's Family }.'ills are the best. The Orr-Newton party of Alamosa hunters passed through town last Satur- day on their return home. The trip can- not be said to have been a iiowling sue. cess. They first went up the Carnero to its source and not linding game they concluded they would try the Cochetopa country. The party retraced its steps and passed through Sagnache and up the Saguache creek. Instead of going to the Cochetopa they took the south branch of the Saguache creek and soon found themselves in the same place they wore a week before. In making the cir- cle around they traveled over 100 miles to get two miles distant from their for- mer camp. Newton is the champion shot of Alamosa and holds the gun club cup but Dr. err says that he couldn't shoot doves on a fence. Correct styles in stationery at the CRESCenT office. ~. O. Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed parv. Chamberlaiu's Paln Balm applied to a cut, bruise, burn, scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treat- ment. Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, sprains, swellings and lamemes. For sale by Saguache Phar-: macy. DaD Collard arrived at Moffaton Tues- day morning from Arizona, where he has been prospecting during the past sum- mer. Dan had some fine looking free gold ore with him and says that he has opened up some gold leads, lie met the prospecting outi~t to which Frank Weim- er and Fred Williams are attached. He had a talk with Fred but did not see Frank. as he was out on a side trip. Dan expects to return to Arizona and will take his family back with him. Tablets and box papers at lwoest prices at CRESCENT office. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow in popularity. Largo sun spots, astronomers say cause the extreme heat this summer, and doctors declare nearly all the prostra- tions wore induced by disorders of the stomacb. Good health follows good di- gestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. If you have indigestion or dyspepsia it will quickly relieve and per- manently cure you. Saguacho Phar- macy. Biggest and best stock of stationery and tablets in the San Luis Valley at the CE~SC~NT office. Poultry and llelglan Iiarea. I have for sale at my place south of Saguache about 20 pure blood Peking ducks at 82 50 per pail', about 20 Belgian IPRF. RIPTIONI :Z' o @l | C"l Weak Women Strong, hick Women Well. A TRUE TEMPERANCE ~qEDICINE. Contains no Alcohol, Opium, or other Narcotic, t~0@@~4~ Dan O'Neil was up from I)el Norte the first of the week Gee. W. Keesey ass a Denver visitor the first of the week. Felix Chavez and family, of Carnero, were in town the first of the week. Mr. John Farrington is in Denver this week attending Masonic grand lodge. Michael White was in town yesterday conferring w~th fusion political leaders. Tom Noland moved his filmily back to his house in town from the ranch on Monday. Mrs. M. B. Colt of Alamosa arrived here last Friday and is the guest of Mrs. Wm. F. Boyd. Mrs. John McD~mough of theCoche etopa was in town the first of the week after supplies. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Means are in Den- ver this week attending the convention and buying farniture. Tibo Gallego returned last week from the western part of the state where he has been rot the past year. James Borrego is stopping at the John Braun ranch whdeMr, and Mrs. Braun are away at Ojo Cahoots. Lee Fairbanks and ,xife and Dallas Stubbs and family were passengers to Denver on Sunday's train. Mr. and Mrs. (],,ergo Neidhardt of Cottou creek were in Denver this week attending the state convention. Mrs. W. A. McEntyreand her mother came over from Kerber creek last Snn- day and are spe,ding the ~eek ia town. George L~ueks and Lea Townsend went up to the Rig Park yesternay for a few days hunting, fishing and prospect- ing. Franz Marold came over from Bonau- za last Sunday to take charge of Dan Howard's saloon while Dau is at Ojo Caliente. Miss Blanche Ashh,y was on Monday enrolled as a student at Wolfe IIall, Den- ver. Miss Blanche is a graduate of the Saguache high school for 1900. Mrs. IIoyne, an auntof M~ss l,avinia Munro, is visiti,g ;it, the Munro ranch track by curing troubles. Indigestion, nausea are cured by tIood's pills. 3111liner3 Opening. My new stock of millinery is being re- ceived and the ladies of Saguache and vicinity are requested to be present on Saturday and inspect lhc salne. Open- lug at 9 o'clock a. m. to i) Celoek p. m. Will show all the latest novelties in la- dies headwear. Stops the Cough and ~J*orks Off the Cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Table~s clare a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price 25 cents. Dell Williams received ~ord Monday from his property .n i lie ('ochet(,pa that avem three andoneJmlf feet wide had heen struck, and a number (if samples of the ore sent him, aft~r assaying sh~)w- ed values from $130 to 8150 per ton.-- Creede Candle. Dr. King the postniastor of Villa Grove spent a few hours with Salida friends enroute to l)enver.--Mad. He Owes Ills Life to the i"oretholtght of It, COlll],~ln|Oll. While onacamplng trip in Wcbster county, Mr. S. I. Stump, of No{mantown W. Vs., had a s~vere attack of bloody flux. He says: "I li~mly beheve that 1 owcmy life to the forethought of one of the company who had taken alon~ a bet- tie of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea liemedy." Moral-procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home. It cannot be obtained when on It hunting trip, fishing and tirospectin~: trip. Neither can it be obtained while Ion board the carsor steam,~hip, and ,t such times and t)lac~,s it. is re.st likely to be needed. The safe way is to have it, with you. Thousands of travelers never leave home on a journey without it. For sale by Saguache Pharmacy. ttarveeter oil at lowest prices at the Gotthelf & Mayer Mer. CCs. Finest coffees and teas at P. M. Jones & Co. Offtl,e track means great disaster HORI~ GHBAP I~EIJRSIOblS when applied to a fast ~xpress train. It is just as had when it refers to diso, der- TO TH]] AST el blood or deranged s omach, lh;od's ' Sarsaparilla puts the wlmels back on the Round Trip tickets from Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo to Chicago, Peoria and ln- tormadiate points, will be sold September and 21, by the "SOel i Hill] Oi WOdd THE POPULAR LINE TO LEADVILLE, GLENWOOD SPRINGS ASPEN, GRAND JUNCTION AND CRIPPLE OREK Reaches all the principal towns and mint inl oamps in Colorado~ Utah and New Mexico. PASSES THROUGH SALT LAKE CiTY EN ROUTE TO AND FROM PACIFIC COAST. THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE LIHE TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS. kll throngh trains equipped with Pullman Pala~ and Tourist Sleeping Car. For elegantly Illustrated descriptive books fre~ vf cost, addres~ ~.T..IEFFERY, A.$,HUGHES, $. K. HOOPER. I~*'t and ~an'l Mgr, Tr~fli~ Manager. Geu'l P. & ~. k" DENVER. COLORADO. Trustee's ~ale. must be finished by the 15th uf January, 1901. This signature is ou every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets the remedy that eure~ a told I~ one d~ When in need of stationery or tablets give the CRESCenT office a call. We are takit~g orders for copper plate emzraving. A full line of samples of latest styles may be seen at tiffs office. Prices are the santo as charged for same class of work iu Denver. ~d[eIIt, Womell and Children Should buy their shoes of Sam Feast, of Moffat, and receive satisfuction, comfort and durability. He handles the Hamil- tou Brown Stme (~o.'s shoes which are of the best in the market. A new and up to date assortment just received. G,O,TaylorWhlsklel tetalned by the weakest,tomacht hares at $5 per pair and from 15 to 20 on the Upper ~a~u:,~'h,. ~ho is accom pure blood Pl)moulh Rock ehickens, panied by her son. Mr. ftoyno is at llo. Prme on application. A. lfARENC, Box 9, Saguache. i [)l'(~ulisory note iu the Stllll el ~:~(i~ ~LlIIt iltt~'resl t!,L'ret)u au(l all taxes atilt a>si~8~lu~;it~ [i~dill~t ~l~ili premises. nauza shaking b:~n(ha with old friends An(l whereas it is ,r.vid:~d r s d l,edoitrust [hDl tll ease th(~Ile s}lo~l[(~ he a i!(:tauJl In tl~e pay- They are now l,a,,;h,d at Crcstonv, hay- IDf'llL ,if said note or the) im*,rt s~ th,.rolm or lhe " t~t:~-O~:~ thou 8aid tru!qeo (Jr ,~llh:~ii~lllO ?,rll:~H!o ing liioved t, hz,te ~'FOIll ('~r, i't]O, might sell enid l)relni~,s af;(q" hztvli~g V.I~-['; ii~ '/| Wlwreas Dominick Venlemans ,,f t l;e connty of Rio Graudo and state of Col(m~!l. did hy his cer- tain deed of trust, dated ou tim sixlh day .f Sel)- tember, A. D. 1889 and recorded in th(~oitice .f tim clerk and recorder of Sa~uae ~ eo Ily. (~)io- rado, .n the 10th day of Sootember, I~9, m book 55 at page 417 of said Saguaetle eouuly records e.nvoy unto Henr~ J. AIdrict~ as trastee and i ease of ~is death, inability (,r refusal to act, then to such substitute trustee as tim healer of tt~e notes might see fit t,) app,)int, tile following de- seabed r