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Saguache , Colorado
September 27, 1906     The Saguache Crescent
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,, , , ,, ; , , ,,,, , ,,, ,, SAGUACHE CRESCENT. ~utting o,,rdwo,,d for Smith ~ayer its work in themachinoshop Wiilieex- ALL OVER THE COUNTY.~ peo, s ,o lear. tl,e machinist trade. ' Albert .lohnson, Supt of the Burt VILLA O----~OVE. Gulch ~li,lo Co, is expected in the last - TiONS OF EAgIE N MARKETS ? Purdyand Oberholtzer shipped two Ilarry Nevins, the Crostone liveryman, oars of ore from the Mountain Lion. had a very se,'icus runaway bst week. Denver, are visiting J. H. Parsons and horses wouldn't wait for him. They sue- - family seeded in breaking out the prde, twisting j i ed tree t of fu Oallie Hills is quite ill with typhoid the running gear in very bad shape, ave us(rece v an assor n r feverattheO.&R.G, hospitals( Salt- Harry Sanders and Mrs Hopkinsr. ! ; :i: i iii0 ; we de. His motherhasbean with him duF-turned from Denver S.t.rday. Mr. mp- sa arilla the ori~in.~l ~< ~lt that are second to none. These goods are brand kinswaschiefoook, etcwhiI-Mra ttop- new productions and of the latest styles. kins wasgon., the boarders were glad rllla; ~~.r~..,',,,.~.o~o- "11 ~.~1 dly " th's cl ss of ~.. ~.~~,-oa~.;I haokagain, wx a compare prices on 1 a fork at the business end ,,f a broncho k e an a a u use. wh() had reflleed to pull. The broncho Blltoven*1~l, Irr~lei,e cannot ~],~ Ill ~ resente~l the insult and landed one ,,this I ~,;t~i~ l/P Brown Coney Cellarette ............................ $1.50 and $1.75 t~ suits ~ ..... 1 t,,l~el x,z .... 1 .....fA .... i[~ Black Coney Cellarette $200 and $225 i')' I'ilh ~hil'! t:,ki'n,r: .,,e S',:'sal]],'ii'h: The liver .............................. '" " hind peda,s upaga'nst Mr. We,'s' taterI ~,_ ~i:5',Z~:i~: masher so bard that it kuocked six or Natural Muskrat Cellarette ......................... $2.25 and $4.50 eight front t~,eth out, and also mussed upi~~~~i/t: Isabella Opossum Cellarette ........................ $4.50 and $5.00 .~ his face. Mr. Wells thinks now when he ! J'~ ~~~feEd"~l| ~ Natural Australian Opossum Cellarette ............. $3.00 and $7.00 V wants to forlc up a broach,, he will get I ~ ~b A~iu~V~O~ I! P Stone Martin Opossum Cellarette ............................. $5.00 t~ away back ,)n the handle. I~ .,~'t ~,~ CItP.I~RY'ff~0RAk Ij \(' Brown Coney Boa (full size) ................. $3.50, $4.50 and $7.50 ~/ John Maddox, his son. daughter and ~ - I/{, Blended Muskrat Boa (full size) .............................. $4.50 son-in-law lit, .ut last week for sunny ~ ~ Natural Australian Opossum Boa (large size) ................. $7.00 .~ t no annex i. [~,r~ Sherman s n,el 25 00 Kansas, they we,t overland via Moses . , ' ', " ~ _ ]~ Genuine Mink (large size) very beautiful ..................... $ . pas~, they are expe~-led back by July 4th for. the ac.commooal,,mn ,. the ~oor, r Child's Set, Cellarette & Muff, Natural Muskrat .............. $5.00 t~ wnlcn nun just recentl~ t)een ~ om~,leted .... ' ~' Child s Set, Cellarette & biuff, Blended Fur ................... $2.50 ~f i~ a w, ry comfortable h,oki,g place. Child's Set, Cellarette & Muff', White Fur ..................... $300 in lime for haying. Metkin Waldorf blew in from Lea& villa last week. Crestone Rebekah lodge celebrated their anniversary Sept. 20, they rendered speeches. Ice cre,m and cake were serv- ed. Mr. Gibson made a very aide speech on the pr,,gress of th0 order. King 9olo h~s gone lt) Bon',nza on business, he is expected home this week. Western ~nventors. The following patenh were issued this week to we4teru inveator~, reported by D. Swift & Go. patent lawyers, Washing ton, D. C. C,)Io--R N Breut, I)elequa, washing machine; W B GiUon, Sopris, coal washing jig; J G ,VIyers, Mancos, wiitbtree ilook; C It 8h;~w, Orator, rook drill; J it Shepherd, [daho Springs, wrench ; J le Webb j r, Dcnver,semnphore. Kan--d T Short, Rossvflle, weed cut- ter. Copies of the above patents will be furnished to our subscribers at ten cents each by D. Swift & 0o. Washington. D. 0 our special pateut correspondents. Democratic "~tate Ticket. For Governor--Alva Adam~. For Lie,t. Governor--Elias M. Ammons. For Sac. of State--llorace W. Havens. For Treasurer--E. E. Drach. For Attorney General--W. B. Morgan. For Auditor--Andrew Sandburg. For Supt. of Schools--Honora Maloney. For Regents of State University--W. H. Bryant, Benjamin Kobey. For Justices of Supreme Court--W. P. Seed~, George K. Hartenstein. For Congressman, First Dist.--S. J.Tew. For Congressman, Second l)isl-- Dr W. W. l{owan. For Congrossman-at-large--~amuel W. Belford. ing his illness. Supt. Gardner was visiting our school last Monday. Ed Eaton is quite low with typhoid. Jim White and family are in Paonia for a months' vacation. Joe Malone is driving the Bonanza stage during Jim's absence. Misses Smith and Haua of Denver are spending a few days with ohl friends and are enjoying the familiar sights of a few years ago. Mr. Stauffer, of Daniels & Fisher, was in t~wn Monday. We are glad to see Jud Mahoney's pleasaut smile once more. Miss Farris left for her home in the east Saturday. Mr. Carney's father has been sick with heart trouble the last few days, but is better at present. Misses Lea and Era Adair came down from Saguaehe Friday and staid over Sunday with their parents. John Johnson's threshing outfit pulled out to John Apple's place Sunday. James Warren and wife visited AI Warren in Del Norte Monday. Mrs. G. A Bradburn returned home Saturday from Canon City. Quite a number of Center folks attend- ed the fair at Monte Vista last week. Helen Carney and Bertha Carson came home Friday. Lea Brewer aud four other Saguaeho men brought Joss Hess homo from Sa- guache Saturday in an auto. Char. Damey and wife left for Pagosa Springs where they will take the baths. Mrs. Bert Gelwiek has been on the sick list this week M,i~G~. Since the heavy frost last week the nights have been quite mild. The merry sound of the school house bell is heard every morning. About ten scholars are enrolled. Miss Edna Edwards returned home Sunday from her visit here. John Drott came down from Alder after some horses ha had traded for some time ago. Ed Tobler finished mowing Tuesday. H. E. Pridham set up several menu- meats at the Rite Alto cemetery Wed- nesday, returning to Hooper Thursday. Ed Shewalter, having finished work- ing in the meadows for Ed Tobler, re- turned home Tuesday. Bob Morrison and Dan Vigil and fam- ily spent Thursday sight at the Valley View springs. Will Boline of Lawrence, Kas., came out Wednesday to spend a short time on a visit with J. F. Reid, his uncle. The grain harvest will be some better than first expected CAR~ERO. Dr. Ooohems, Dr. Parker, g. O. How- ell, Wallace School field, Andy Rogers and Chaa. Kight of Salida were shooting on the Rus~,~oll lakes club gr.unds last week. A.M. Coolbroth is building a house on the homestead, which he recently ac- quired on CarDers creek 'l?lzls land was supposed to have been patented years ago but the records in the land office do not show it. Ithas finally been decided by the oou.ty commissioners that the p~ople in 42-8 are enlitled to a road The road n~ described is to be opened from the [h:- mer Gibsou place one mib south of the township hn~, run~fing duo north through 42 8, connecting with the Wet- net lane in &3,8. A petition with 18 signors, for this road was presented to the board of commissioners about five years ago and this is the tirst action tak en since (bat time. The road is three rallies east of the Gunbarrell and will fill a long felt want by the settlers in this vicinity. CRES~ONE. Chas. Shaw and family moved to Del Norte where they will make their home for the. future. Haying is about over at this place for the season. Rumels & Co. of Creeds has purchas- ed the large stamp mill belonging to the Grant and are engaged in tearing down and removing it. The San Isabel Mining Co. opened up nine inches of very rich ore last week. The ore is improving ,at every round of shots, and quite a good grade of copper is also coming in. Mr. Gallip who is operating the Spar lease will soon be io shape to put on sev- eral miners, he is at present setting the hoister and soaking up the flume, Mr. Gallip haaa large body of low grade shipping ore. Mr. McDonald, president of the Sun- beam Mining Co., is expected home soon. They will sink the Sunbeam shaft to the foot level. ~a~ M, oDonald and /a~m Oat~ ar~ Although it is back off tile street its surroundings are n-t bad in any respect. There is plenty -f ennshine end the premises are fre~ from filth. I,,side the room i~ i,lab but neat and clean, wilt, plain common furtdture. The sanitary conditions are very Kood I'here is no reason ~hy unfor'|unate persons should not be well taken care ,f there. Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by One Dose of Chambsrlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I was so weak from an attack of dial'. rhoea that I could scarcely attend to my duties, when I took a dose o[ ~hambar- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- edy. It cured ins immediately and I had been taking other medicine for nine dsys without relief. I heartily recommend this remedy as being( the host to my knowledge for bowel complaints--R G Stewart of the finn (,f Ste*art & Br()., Greenville, Ala. For sale t)) all drn~t- gists. I CAN SELL Child's Set, Cellarette & Muff, Angora ........................ $1.75 t Ladies' Fur Muffs ............................................ $2.50 LkDIES' and CHILDREN'S IVRkPS, If you were offered an elegant winter coat at a surprisingly low price wouldn't you rather in- spect the material before you bought ? We would, and feel that you would also. Pictures look good in catalogues but the article portrayed falls short of all expectations. See the goods before you buy ,t and know what you are getting and then you will be satisfied. We have a beautiful line of winter ~ wraps for women and children. Prices are right. Children's Coats ..................................... $1.50 to $5.00 Ladies' Coats ....................................... $6.00 to $2000 Your Real Estate or Business NO MAn~R WHERE ~OCATED Come and sec the mammoth winter stock, Wc will bc pleased t0 Props,ties and Business of all kinds sold quick- ly for cash in all parts of th,, United States. Don't wait, Writoto-day ,l .... ibmgw,~,ou ~ show you our .cw ~oods. save to sell and give cash price en same. IF YOU WANT TO BUY ~, TELE:PHOI'q'E BLACK 82. 9 any kind of Business or Real Estate at.ywhera at aey price, write me yt,ur requirements. I can .ave.outimea,,dm,,n. ~ f~ THE GOTTHELF &TARBELL MERCANTILE C0 , ~ .,v,~ p. T,~F, ,, SAGUACHE, COLORADO TH~ L.AND MA~. 415 KANSAS AVENUE, TOPEKA, : KANSAS. ~ ~1~" "~l~' ~"~~ ~d~qb.-~" "~~ ~ ~~~ ~~~~ C~ .~. IB rJL~ 0 ~t. -r .~., .. ..... L .............. ' "'' ~, ' Bean the The Kind Yo, Have Always 8ou~t ~T ~~ CONVEN!ENCE=--COMFORT--=SECURITY The Pie social ate-he Baptist parson- age Friday night was an immense suc- cess. Everybody and his uncle, as well as all his female relatives were on hand. Horace Means was the liveliest kid pres- ent. with W. F. Boyd as a close second. Both were liberal patrons of the pie oounters, and H. B's. valuable life was only save(l hy hi~ devoted wife removing all eatables from his neighborhood. The ladies who engineered the affair deserve groat oredit f,,r having made it asuoc~ss. The (leer season opened last Tuesday. ---6a.--m -~ o ~ I".,~. ~ignstum of F,,r Sal~ By K J. MEANS. lb42 Lawrence St., DENVER, COLO. $4,50 Rocker 10r $2,85. since the 29th day of November. A. D. 1899, and the c,vonente in said deed respoctins the pay- meat of taxes and assessment have bee~ violat- ed and broken, and, Whereas, on account ,,f such default demand of the ~ale ~f said property has I,oen filed with me by J. L. Bullivau the assignee of said notes and tizo legal holder thereof, and Whereas, there ie now duo on said principal and Interest $1025.48; taxes paid by said asazgnee $125.9% and assessments on irrigating ditch of the Farmer's Union Ditch company $fi5. ~7otal $1217.42. Whereas, it is provided in said deed of trust that in the event of default of pa:;meut of said principal sum,r interest thereon as the earns became due and payable, maid property upon no- tics and demand should be sold to satisfy said indebtedness and the cost and oxpeuse of execut- ing this trust. Now therefore, four weeks public notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power given ms by said deed of trust, I the undersigned pub- lic trusteeiu and for said county of Seguache, will sell at public auction the above described real estate for the highest snd bast price the same will bring in cash on the 22nd day of October, A. D. 1906, at 2 o'clock in ti~o afternoon of said day at the fron t door of the co u n ty e ou r t house in Sa- guacho in said county and state for the purpose of paying said note..interest, taxes and assess- monte, and the costs of this sale. Witness my l~and and seal this 21st day of Sep- tember. A. D. 190~. Samuel Jewell, Pnblio trust~m in and for tbs county of Saguaohe and state of Colorado, Sounds Cheap Doesn't It !$ OIEAP as is everything you buy from us. The Rocker is a quarter sawed Oak finish with saddk seat, very comfortable, wdl constructed and good size. Write for one of these Rockers; also for one of our illustrated Catalogues, or any thing you need in Furniture, Carpets, Drqxries or Stoves. The telephone makes the duties fighter, the cares less . and the worries fewer. The telephone pro- serves your health, prolongs your life and Protects your home. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHON[EOMPANY l~oln0te s---Diqe stion,C'-'--'~r ful- hess and Rest.Contains neither Opmm.Morphine nor 1fftttedal. NOT NARCOTIC. a~;.ta~twmm~a ~m..s~d - Apeffect Remedy for Constipa- tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea, Worms ,Convulsions ,Feverish- heSS emdLoss oF SLEEP. he Simile Siena(are ot :N:EW YORK. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th0 Signatur0 of , In Use For Over VILE: 0ENTAUa GOMPANY. NEW YORK urr~,