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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. VOL. XXI. NO. 39. SAGUACHE, COLORADO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1901. WHOLE NUMBER 1079. New 6oods Gomin for Winter. Ladies wool shirt waists. Ladies walking skirts. Ladies cloaI~ Ladies jackets. Lad!e~ capes. Ladies wrappers, Ladies fall and winter trzmmeg hats. Ladi~ collarett~. A1so--Nic~ line of M~cs, Children and Babw.s cloaks and capes. We bought also our usual good assortment of other lines. SAM fEAST, DU~rN BLOCK, 8.A.G-TT.A.CI-IE, COLOI::5.A.DO, Have just opened as complete a stock of 6ENERAL HARDWARE As can be found in the San Luis Valley. 'this stock is new throughout, was selected by an experienced Hardware man ann was 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 Iihave 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 Wagons which I buy in car 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. " ' "~'~ EVERY ' ~ ' "~'" _ 2": "~ i '~ ~~MACNI E , ~~ ~ ~~-~, FULLY WAR rTANT E'~ [; P. M. JONES, Agent. Baguache, Colo. We Will FURNISH, YOUR IIOME., FRe[[ _ _ ~ ~-- ~.~ ~urSoaps" Weglvetoeach/ arodealinuwtth athor- i ( ~ ' ' ~ ~t]~r;~ Tb~mf .... =: ~ ~l;~, o,oicoo, someo, t,s~and I- o.,y ....... _[] ~e~Labt l~'~" "1.'~m~l I--I 1-F'~-/ tmm~t premiums in the rnarket. Lamps, Bracelets, 1 ] _ \ ~d~etF ] A~.\ ~ ] .~.\ ~ Glauware, OpMware, Knives, Re.sting Pa.mh Cake I /M~'\ ~]]l~d /~\ 1/e~{i~.\ "l Platesandotber beautiful presents. To ~m~ m mm A,~",-M. ~ ~, " ~_ i t,.~" 2 1 the agent who aells only si boxes of Soap J~ 1 i'A~ ~/~"~ %~lko~ ~_i we give a he-Piece Dinner Set--not a I i toy ~et--but a beautifully decorated and ~ i _ ~ gold traced, fllU size for ~amlly u~, Din- ~t~{~ 1 ..~mavo~, vT. d ner~t. Weal~ogivs Couches, hockers I~ N | ~l will I amup eno~erVer mUChorderPleatedsoOn wits my alines, anDining Room Chairs Center Tables' get Lace Curtains, Watches Knlvcs an~ Miss LULU BESAW FO rks, ( raniteware, Sew|ng Machines ]~K ll N~LSO~V:LL~, Omo. Musical InstrUments, Etc, ]fe~shis pre- ~lm ., Goods r~elv~i to-day, bly customers re all at~llmd..we allow & very liberal commie- ~l ~11 phm~d with their lsm~. We have not ~n ~oth ,wetrastyoa: Nomoncyrequlred. ~'~] "~ luehnloelampsherebefore. Willsendanotherorder we.~.11ow ~.oa 15 (lays' time in which t f~ l~lllB in few days.I am more than pleased with the to ash.Vat the goods and collect ~our ~L~J #~ i mendel.. Mrs. AGNES HITCnL~O$. money cetera paFing us. Don't delay. ~i SALVONA SOAP CO., Math and Locust Sis., ST. LOUIS, ~O. PP,0PLB'8 NATIONAL FAMILY NEW8PAPER, EW- YORK TRI ]..: Published Monday, Wednasda~' and Fri- HEW fresh, every-other-day Daily, giving the lat- est new on days of is- sue, and covering news of the other three. It contains all important foreign cable news whieh appears in THE YORK DAILY TRIBUNE of same date, also Do- mestic and Foreign o.ro.ooo oooo 1 WEEKLY Storlos. Elegant Half tone, Illustrations Humorous Items, In dustrial information Fashion Notes, Agri cultural Matters am Comprehensxve and re- liable Financial and Market raper ta. Regular subscription pries, $1.~ per yS~. TRIBUNE we furnish it with THE 0RESCENT for $2.~0 per year. Published on Thurs- day, and known for nearly sixty years in every part of the Unit- e0 States as a National Family Newspaper of the nighest class, for farmers and villagers. It contains all the most important g e n e r a l news of THE DALLY TRIBUNE up to hour of going to press, an Agricultural Depart- ment of the highest or- der, has entertaining reading for every member of the family, old and young, Market Reports which a'o ac- cepted as authority by farmers and country merchantst and is clean, up to date, In- teresting and instruct- ire. Rogular subscription price, $1.00 per year. We furnish it with THE CRESCENT for $2.00 per year. Send all orders to The Crescent, Saguache., ? new man."--John McDonald, Philadelphia, Pa. " Don't forget that it's | "A y e r' s" Sarsaparilla | that will make you strong | and hopeful. Don't waste | your time and money by | trying some other kind. | Use the old, tested, trice, | and true Ayer's Sarsapa- task your doctor what he t in Ay ' i Sarsaparilla. HeknowsaUaboutthisgrand [] old family medicine. ]Follow his advice and [] We will be satisfied. 1 J.C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mass. In Ohl Missouri. At this time o' year, With the skies so clear And the early frost a-stingin', ~Vlth the shoo-mack hoods And the birds down south a-wingln', Oh, 1 might' higtl creep From my had asleep-- As I often say to Mury-- And my whole soul prays For about ten days Way back in old Missouri. Oh. the hick'ry nuts And the new rail cuts And the smell o' the white oak timber! How I'd like to stop Where the paw-paws drop From the limbs so long and limberI The persimmons, too, They are turning blue-- Oh, I'1[ sing taLloo.ral-loory, And I'd give my cow, Just to be there now, 'Way back In Missouri. You may laugh--cut looser But it ain't no use And there's no excuse for cavil; You won't find a state Thar~ can strike her gait, In a million miles of travel, Yes, it sometimes blows And It sometimes SllOWS, And It often rains llko fury, Bat It squares it all In tl~e glorious fail, 'Way back in old Missouri. --Denver Post. l~;ep ubliean Convention. A convention of the Republican party of Saguache county is hereby called to meet in the court house at Saguache on Monday, the lith day of October, A. D. :1901, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purposeof nominating a county ticket, to be voted for at the coming election, as follows: Cue County Judge. One County Commissioner. One County Treasurer. One County Clerk. One Sheriff. One Assessor. One Superintendent of Schools. One Surveyor. One Coroner. The various precincts of the county will be entitled to representation as fol- lows: 1 Villa Grove .................................... 4 2 Cotton Creek .................................. 3 Crestone ....................................... 5 4 Carnero ....................................... 5 Lower Seguaclm ............................... 1 6 ~aguache ...................................... 7 7 Sargents ...................................... 1 8 Upper Saguaehe ............................. .1 9 I oehetopa .................................... .1 10 Biedeli ......................................... 1 II Bnnanza ....................................... 2 12 Alder .......................................... 1 18 Parkville ...................................... 1 14 Buseit Springs ................................ 2 15 Hauman ....................................... 2 16 Moffat ........................................ 17 Elkhorn ...................................... i i 18 oteran ......................................... 19 1)uncan ........................................ 1 20 Umon Hill ................................... 1 21 Lawrenco ..................................... 4 22 Center ......................................... 5 23 Embargo ....................................... 1 It is reeommended that the primaries in the various precincts bo held on Sat- urday, October 12, 1901. O. D. Bryan, W.A. Johnson. Secretary. Chairmau. 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 dysI.opsia, at times com- pelling me to stay in bed and causing me untold sgony. 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- guache Pharmacy. John G. Beard and John Davis came up from Fruits Tuesday on their wheels. They will attend the fair and then ~o over to Saguache for a visit with friends of Mr. Beard.--Montrose Enterprise A never failing cure for cuts, burns, scalds, ulcers, wounds and sores is De- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A most sooth- ing healing remedy for all skin ~ffec- tions. Accept only the genuine, Sa- gaucho Pharmaw, Memorial Services. The memorial services held last Thurs- day afternoou at the county higi~ school building was well attended, even if the notice of the meeliag was very short. There were about 200 school children in the parade which was led by the old soldiers, under command of M. S. Den- ton, the G. A. R. men were followed by the band. The line of march was from the Dunn block to the high school, from the high school north on 4th street to San Juan ave., west on San Juan to 7th street, thence south to Christy avenue and the town school building. The pro- cession then marched north on Sth street to Denver avenue, thence east to 4th anti south on 4th to tim high school. The two rooms were liHed, the halls were packed and mauy did not even get into the building. Prof..I. B. Morgan presided. Ray. Butler of the M. E church delivm'ed the invocation, remarks were made by O. D. Bryan, J. W. D,,vids,u and R~v. Bulls., J. R. Morgan read m~ ~pproprmte poem and theservic(s concluded ~ith al~ene- diction. The music was excellent and appro- , priate, it was furmshed by Mrs. Fair- banks, Mrs. Rockwell, Miss LockeLt, Mr. Rockwell and J. B. Morgan, assisted by a choir of high school girls. ].)cnloeratlC County Convention. The democratic party of Saguache county, Colorado, is hereby called to meet in convention at Saguache on Oc- tober 12, 1901 at 2 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 Coronor. One Surveyor. One Suporintendent of Schools. And to transact such other business as may come before it. The various precincts will be entitled to representation as follows: 1 Villa Grove .................................... 2 2 t?otton Creek ................................. 2 3 Crestone ...................................... 5 4 Carnero ........................................ 2 5 Lower Saguache .............................. 1 6 ~aguache ..................................... S : 7 Sargents ........................................ 1 8 Upper ~agaaehe ............................. 1 9 Cochetopa ..................................... l i 10 Biedell ........................................ l 11 Bonanza ...................................... 3 12 Alder ......................................... 13 Parkville .............. ~ ....................... 1 14 Russell Springs ................................ 15 Hanman ....................................... 1 16 Moffat ........................................ 1 17 Elkhorn ....................................... 2 18 Veteran ........................................ 19 Duncan ........................................ 1 20 Union Hill .................................... 21 Lawrence ...................................... 22 Centerview ................................... 3 23 Embargo ....................................... 1 Total ............................................. 37 It is recommended that the primaries be held on October 5th at 2 o'clock p. m. except in Saguache, Villa Grove, Bonan- za and Moffat where they should be held at 7 o'clock p. m. No proxy will be allowed in conven- tion except it be used by a legal voter of the precinct to be represented. J. W. Davidson, Frank Brown, Secretary. Chairman. 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- essaey to digest not only some kinds of food but ;,l] kinds and it therefore cures indige~11m ,:.l dyspepsia no matter what its cause. Saguache Pharmacy. Itusband and wife are equal, the one not inferior to the other, the wife not a slave, not a housekeeper, but an equal, a companion. Ami just so far as a young man starts out with that idea fixed firm- ly in his mind, to make a comrade, a companion, aehumof his wife, just so far does he start out right.- October La- dies' Home Journal. My stock of wall paper will be at Denton's, next door to CRESCENT OffiCe. Also books of fancy samples acd low prices, 25 per cent off of regular price. Will do painting or papering as usual. CLYDE WELCtI. Several parties are figuring on building bouses in the immediate future. Looks as though Ssguache was having a small sized boom. For Sale, W. W. Iden offers for sale the follow- ing articles, which may be seen at the California barn or his residence in Sa- guache. Prices will be made right as he does not want to move them: Two driving horses single or double cue, three inch hlmber wagon, one two seat carriage, two huggies, two road carts, two sets double buggy harness, two sets single buggy harness, one Fair- banks scale, capacity 12,/)00 pounds, three heating stoves, househoht goods. Not.~ and receipt books and short form bills of aal0 at this oltt0e, Ak 3lusical Crew. Conductors conic, Cotiti octol's go, And braketnen who are clever Muy lose their jobs for quite a wtfile, But wc Sl;;ly here forever. Thus may proudly sing the quartet of colored waiters who daily eater to the wants and whims of th6 fastidious trav- eler in Burlington dining cars between Omaha aud Denver. There are other crews of waiters on tile Burlington, but this particular set of colored individuals run on the Chi- cago Special aud they have gained for themselves a world wide reputation as being the "musical mew." So popular have beet,me this quarlel Of wailers bLntt thoj l'eCtq,~ lhe iiolioI'S of tile piufession. The st) called tiOnOlS he in bhe dtsLiu~tiou o[ bchig pi,,cml iti tim disposal of sotno u,~ted por:solmgc, or party, whicii is destined to pass ow~r tile t3ut'[lngto[l, and will need a diner. [n l, hts event the "tnusica[ crew" re linqutshes the ardeub dubtoa of ]t,s re/gtt- lar run ai]d, U[, limes, goes ilymg half w/ty ItC['OSS L[IO CoIltLneut its ilLtuI}dln]Ls up)n royulLy or noble blot,d. OtAmr mews are constanth' changing, a,din them the 't~a~tus who made up the quarte~ of poliLo waiters yesterday gives place to the urbane Sambo of to- day. Not so with the "musicai crew." Ttmy have worked intact, side by side for four successive years, and there is no disposition on the par', of the Burlington commissary department to break up the little party. They hold the world's rec- ord, not only as during car entertainers but as an inseparable crew. "Last call for supper," is always a joy- ful sound to their ears. Not because they wm~t to evade any work, but be- cause, like the darkies of the olden sunny south, they long for the hour when they may realize what is meant by the south ern melody. In the evening by tt~e moonlight, When the darkics' work is over. We gather 'round the fireside Till the hoe-cake is done, And then we eat nur supper And clear away the (lishes, 'Tls the only time we have to spare To have a Little lun. Andthisis just what they do. No sooner are the dishes cleared away than the order is givoa by the hoad waiter to "lnake ready" for the evening's festivi- ties. The tables are closed up and the chairs moved in dress circle arrange- ment, and then the word is whispered through the train that a royal free en- tertainluent is soon to take place in the SAGUACHE CRESCENT FORMERLY SAGUAC~E DI~[OCRAT. OSCAR D. BRYAN, PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR. ublished at Saguache, Cole, every Thursday. On political questions it will advocate t~e interests of the Repubhcan party. Its chief a~m will be to advance the ma- terial interests of this county. -'~ Subecriptlon, $2.00 a Year. a PnR GRAP[ oRarAM O; TARTAR POWDIrS*~ Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid Baktng ~owdere containing alum. ~hey are l~Ouriou~ to health People's Party Convention. A convention of the People's Party of Saguachecounty will assemble at the court house at Saguache Saturday, Oct. 12 at 1 o'ckmk 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. Ona County Coroner. And for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the couvention. " Tbe various precincts are entitled to the following representation" being one delegate for every 40 votes or major fraction thereof cast for Orman for gov- ernor. I Villa Grove ............................ - ...... .1 2 Cotton (?reek .................................. 2 " 3 ( "l'estono .................. ~ ............ ... ;.. 5 4 ( :arnero ..................................... ; .; .2 , 5 bower 8agu.ache ........................ 7. .... 1 6 S[tgllaClle .................................. ....g 7 8argents ....................................... 1 dining car. s Upper Saguache ............................... 1 9 1 ~ochetopa ..................... : '. ..... ' ...... i .~. 1 There is always some one in each car 10 lliedell ......................... : ............... 1 to get up and say, "come on ladies and I }~ i!o,~anza ............................ .; ... .....1~ 12 <ler ....... ...................... : ........... l gentlemen, it's all right I have heard it I~ Parkville ....................................... 1" ~ ,, -- ~ .... I 14 ltu~sol[Springs ............. :.; .... ,-, ...... 1 oemro. ~na tnen a hal~ aozen or more I t5 Haumun ........ '~: ........................... ..t '2 2':,'& ............................ ...... ....10 passengers follow a leader from each ..... ,% ' ........................... "; .........:. sleeper. All seated. 18 Veteran ........................................ 1 19 Duncan ...................................... 1 Uncle Abe will take his fiddle down 9n ~ ' wn ' And Sanlbo gets his Dories, 2t Lawrenco ...................................... 1 ~Vhile 'Rastus plunks his old b~tpJo, ~2 Center ........................................ 8 3 Embargo 1 Josepi~us sifts the nieces. 2' _ . ................................. . ~... ............. It is recommended that the primaries loan ~no curtain rOllS up, and Lno be held m the ~artous precincts ca show is on. Did ever the audience hear 0 ' suehmelodies? The faint rumblo of the ~ihursdayOctoborl at4 oclock p. m. exceptm Bonanza, Villa Gro~e, Cres car wheels lends enchantment to the mu- ' " : ~ " sic, while the gentle motion of the train seems to rock one into unrestrained re- pose, lulled by the soft music of a south- ern air. The melody is ended and the players rest their instruments. There is a~pause a silence, and then a storm of. applause fills the car. The "musical crew" start sgain in re- sponse to the encore. This time it is a southern song, perhaps "My Old Ken- tucky Home." What soul is there that is not thrilled by the harmonious rendi- tion of this beautiful old melody? But hear it on a moving train or a plowing river steamer, if you want to drink iu its full inspiri,g power. Outside the silver moon lights up the open plains. Far back in th~ west the snowy range in the t~ocky mountains fades away like a fleetin~ cloud, but the little audience iu the dining car ires no ;ime for scenery. Tim show goes on. R~g time selec- tions follow melodies, while song and dancoconmintheir turn. For an hour this program is kept up. Then the cur- tain rings down and tho show is over. Recently when the Golden G~te Com- mandery, Knight Temphu', of San Fran- cisco, went to the conclave at Louisville, the'musical crew was sent as far west as Leadvilte, Col-., to meet it and take charge of the (lining car. The first night out the quartet guys one of lts entertainments. So well was it appreciated that the knights made an urgent r, quest that the crew be permit- ted to go east with them. The request was granted and the jolly wuiters fed md entertained them uutil they reached North Vernon, Ind. Here their mission en(letl and they returned to take up their regular run on the Burlington, between Omaha and Denver.--A. U. Mayfield, in the Omaha News. Charles Tarbell did not arrive last Monday as slated in our h~st i~sne, tie is, however, expected in the last of this w~ek, tone, Saguache, Moffat and Center, in which precincts 7:30 is recommended" as the time. i A full delegation should be sent from each precinct as business of importance will come up .... John I. Palmer, Thos. Lyons, Secy. Chairmam. Sid Darl-Tu~;, 10---l:2"~oward st, Pbrt Hu- ron, Mich. writes: "I have tried many pills and laxatiyes but DeWitt's Little Early Risers are far the best pills I have ever used." They never gripe. Sa- guaehe Pharmacy. Miss Carrie 13auer desires to 0xprelm through our columns her appr~omtton and thanks to the menlbers of the band,# the Cersair miners and other friends,::' who so liimlly asdsted her in the contes~~ for maid of honor.--Cr(.ede Miner. : :. Coal. , , ... ,'6i [ am agent for tim C.F.&I. Co[" ~fi~ keep u supply of the followii/# c6~r~' - will On hand. " ~ ~'; Blacksmith Anthracite .5. Carom Cily and % Walsenhurg. ' ;. John IL Holcomb, Moffat. B. \V. Pursell, Kintersville, Pa. says he suffered 25 years with plies aud could obtain no relief until DeWitt's Witch |tazel Sah, e effecteda permanent cure. Counterfeits are worthless. ~aguan~e l'harmacy. Pat O'Fallen has moved.Ms family to Gunnison in order that his Children'may attend school.--Tribune. :,,, G, 0. Ta3]or Whiskies=ed b~ orlttcM ]udg~l, Catholic Church Nofine. ] will be at the plaza west, of Saguache nu the Wednesday following the secoud Sunday in each month, and at Saguache on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Fra~0ia00 Tomaaiai,