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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (FORMERLY SAOUACH! DEMOCRAT.) Entered at the post office at 8aguaoho, Colo- rado, as second-class mail Batter. SAOUACHE, COLO., OCTOBER 10, 1901. DIRECTORY. POSTOFFICE HOURS. On week days the office will be open from 7 o'clock in the morning tc 8 o'clock in the evening. On Sundays from 1 to 3 in the afternoon for receiving and de. livering mail. No money order business transacted on Sunday. JOHN H. WILLIAMS, P. M. VILLA GROVE STAGE LINE. Leaves Villa Grove .......... 9:45 a.m. Arrives:at SaguachA .......... 12:30 p.m. Leaves Saguache ............ 3 p.m. Arrives at Villa Grove ....... 6:00 p.m. Every day in the week, including Sun- day. DEL NORTE STAGE LINE. Leave DoI Norte Mondays and Thurs- days at ...................... 8:30 a. m. Arrive at Saguache ......... 6 p. m. Leave Seguache Tuesdays and Fri- days at ....................... 7 a. m. Arrive at De1 Norte ........ 4:45 p. m. CHURCH NOTICES. METHODIST CHURCH. Preaching every Sunday at 11 o'clock in the morning and 7:30 in the evening. Junior Epworth League at 3 p. m. every Sunday. Union Prayer Meeting at Methodist and Baptist churches on al- tercate Wednesday evenings. Union Sunday School at Presbyterian church every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. REV. C. E. BUTLER, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH. Preaching at 7:30 o'clock in the even- ing on the first Sunday in October, and at 11 o'clock in the morning on the sec- ond Sunday, and alternate on each Sun- day thereafter. Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. each Sunday. Union Pray- er Meeting at Methodist and Baptist churches on altArnate Wednesday even- ings. REV. E. O. BUYER, Pastor. LA IOLESIA PRESBYTERIAN MESIAS. Preaching at Presbyterian church every Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday School at 2 p.m. REV. A. MAES, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH. I will be at the plaza westof Saguache on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each month, and at Saguaohe on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. Fz~,~cisco TOMASINI. LODGE NOTICES. Olive l~renoh Lodge, No. 32. A.F.&A.M. Regular meetings Saturday on or be- fore full moon in each month, at Ma. sonic Hall, Dunn's bloock, at 7:50 o'clock p. m. JOHN E. ASHLEY, W. M. LEE FAIRBANKS, Secy. Centennxal Lodge, No. 23, I. O. O. F, Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall, Duma's block. Visitors cordially welcomed. T. M. ALEXANDER, N. G. BIRT CLARE, Secy. ~ Amethyst Rebekah Lodge, No. OS, Meets on first and third Friday evening in each month, at Odd Fellows Hall. MARGARET LOCKETT, N. G. DAISY LOCKETT, Secy. Saguache Camn No. 28, W. of W. Meets on second aud fourth Saturday evening in each month, at Odd Fellows Haft. J. J. KELLEE, C. C. W. C. LOCKETT, Clerk. , Mlnnehaha ChaDter No. 48, O. E. S., Meets on Saturday evening after full moon in each month, at Masonic Hall. ANNA M. MEANS. W. M. LEE FAIRBANKS, Secy. O. O. Tay~r Whiskies, good, pure, aa~t el& A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. "Something New Under The Sun." All Doctors have tried tc cure CA- TARRH by the use of powders, acid gas- es, inhalers and drugs m paste form. Their powders dry up the mucuous mem. branes causing them to crack open and bleed. The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and oint- ments cannot reach the disease. An Gold and experienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treatment of CATARRH, has at last perfected a treatment which when faithfully used, not only relieves at once but permanently cures CATARH by removing the cauasj stopping discharges and curing all in- flammation. It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the af- flicted parts. Tbis wonderful remedy is known as "Snufflels",the Guaranteed Ca- tarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely low price of one dollar, each package containing internal and external medi- cine sufficmnt for a full month's treat- ment end everything necessary to its per- fect use. "Snuffles'; is the only perfect catarrh cure ever made and is now recognized aS the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgu sting disease. Itcures all inflammation quickly and perma- nently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve hay fever or cold in the head. Catarrh, when neglected often leads to consumption Snuffles will save you if you use it at once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment which is posi- tively guaranteed to cure catarrh in any form or stage if used according to the di- rections which accompany each package. Don't delay but send for it at once, and write full particulars as to your condi- tions, and you will receive special ad. vice from the discoverer of this wonder- full remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the regular price of "Snuffles" the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure. Sent prepaid to any ~ddrees in the United States or Canada on receipt of one dollar. Address dept. E 786 Edwin B. Giles & Co., 2330 and 2332 Market St. Philadelphia. Pa. P. M. Jones sel|e the New Royal Sew- ing Machine. Call and see them. W. W. McCoy, of Center, is in town I (IC A I ITi~M g ~ today. __ ..... .-~.,.-~,,~=.,-d ~-d~,ffi~.~. ~ Grandma Burch is quite sick this [~[week. : =: Dan O'Neil, of Del Norte, is in town I O.D. Bryan and wife went to Denver this week. t Sunday. The Saguache Pharmacy is making a specialty of fine box stationery. "Bill" Hoag is looking after J. J. Kel- ler's business during his absence. Daniel Vigil, deputy postmaster, is visiting his people at San Luis this week. Homer Gibson, from the yicinity of Center, was doing business in town on Monday. J. J. Keller and son have gone to the Cochetopa on a ten day's huntiug and prospecting trip. Willard D. Hess, of Lockett, was call- ing on friends in this vicinity last Satur- day and Sunday. T. J. Quinn, superintendent at the Orient iron mines, is down with a bad case of typhoid fever. The Gotthelf &--Tarbell Mere. Co., Beckley Packing House, and Samuel Feast, have new ads this week. The ball game between Saguaohe and Del Norte will be called at 10:30 Satur- day. Basket ball game, 9:30. Admission 25c and 15c. D~ C.W.Walters the Moffat station agent is expected to return this week, after spending about a month in the east on a pleasure trip_. M. A. I~uehnlein, the Cotton Creek merchant, was at the county seat Tues- day. He reports business as being very good at his place. Most of the typhoid fever victims at Bonanza appear to be having a very mild form of the disease, and are all reported to be convalseing. O. D. Bryan has been elected to repre- sent Centennial L~dge I. O. O. F. at the meeting of the Grand Lodge in Colora- do Springs next week. John Proffitt has on exhibition at the postoffico a pear frown on his ranch just outside of town, that measures nine inches in circumference. Mrs. J. W. Davidson and Mrs. C. W. Burrows wish to announce to their friends that they .have discontinued their Fridays "At Home." Roy. J. Wallace Ohl, of Salida, is at- tending the general Espicopal conven- tion at Sac Francisco. He expects to stay some w0eks in California. O. C. White and Forest Dimmick, of Pyke camp, passed through town on their way home from several days fishing on the Cochetopa, last Saturday. W. F. Boyd, assistant cashier of the Saguache County bank, is taking a well earned vacation in Denver this week. He will return Friday or Saturday. Samuel Feast, the Moffat merchant, is making a specialty of Wilson's air tight heating stoves just when you need to buy them. See his announcement in this issue. G. W. Beokley has returned from Den- ver, where he says he bought a big stock of seasonable goods for his trade. His announcement appears in this issue of the CRESOE~. The Saguache mercants have all pur- chased large stocks of goods, in anticipa- tion of a big fall trade. The people of the county will find this town a good trading point this season. George Clark moved his family from the ranch on the Upper Saguache into town last week, where they will remain .during the winter. They are occupying a part of Mrs. E. Hazard's building. If The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mercantile Co.'s new stock of fall and winter goods corresponds in size with their new ad, they have goods enough to supply the wants of at/t~ people in this section of the valley. The county superintendent informs us that there are now more schools running than ever before in the history of tim county at ORe time. Twenty-five out cf a total of thirty-two are in session, and two or three more will start up soon. John McKune a~ wife, of Waupun, Food du Lac county, Wis., were visiting the Gould family here the first of the week. Mrs. McKune is a sister of M. D. Gould ~nd they had not met before for 30 years They left here for Wichita, Kansas, on Tuesday. Mrs. S. Schwackenber~, who formerly conducted a restaurant at Villa Grove, wishes to announce to her friends that she is now located on First street, Salida,~ where she is conducting a boarding and lodging house, and that she will be ~lad to have her old customers call on her when in that town. Mabel Reese was tried in the County Court last Friday accused of being in- corrigible. The ~ury found her guilty aschsrged, and Judge Bryan sentenced her to the State Industrial School for Girls. She is the girl who cashed a check for her mother, Mrs. John Davey, last week, and ran away with the money but was brought back by Sheriff Wil- liams. She was taken to the school by the sheriff on Saturday. Mrs. John Trites has returned from a visit to Denver. Mrs. Fairbanks is quite sick with an attack of la grippe. Read the Big Store's new half page ad In this week's CRESCRNT. Mrs. O'Neil returned Sunday from several weeks stay in Denver. The Ladies' Baptist Circle has post- poned its afternoon tea, Saturday. Who is the most successful merchant in your locality? Isn't he an advertiser? Will Forbes returned from Iowa last week, accompanied by his wife whom he married recently. Mrs. C. A. Creger, of Villa Grove, is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Dr. Lord, at Crestcne. W. W. Idea has spent the past week on the east side of the range, looking up a place to move to a lower altitude. R. H. Jones has a very pro~ising pros- pect in the mouth of North Crestone canon which he is working at present.- Eagle. P. M. Jones was in Denver last week buying goods for his fall trade, and in- cidentally taking in the attractions of the carnival. Ben Stubbs has just gathered his ap- ples, picking from one small tree one hundred and ten pounds. How is that for Saguache? Mrs. Doyle moved into town last Sat- urday, and is occupying rooms in th~ Mingay house. Her girls are attending the town schools. George Laub, one of the well known and popular firemen on the Rio Grands, is ill with typhoid fever and in the care of the hospital staff at Salida. Mrs. E. M. Nelson, who now resides at Eaton, Cole, returned to Saguache with her son Ernest, and will visit awhile here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Herbert ElliS, who has charge of the telephone exchange in Bonanza, is on duty again after having been sick several weeks with typhoid fever. The Masonic Lodge at Crestone will be finally instituted by Grand Lodge officials on Tuesday evening, October 15th. All Masons in the vicinity are in- vited to attend. C.A. Pelts, of Villa Grove was in town Tuesday. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pelts in this vicinity will be pleased to learn that their little boy, who has been very sick for some weeks, is now nearly well. The foot ball game between Del Norte aud Saguache advertised to come off at this place last Saturday did not material- ize, for the reason that the schedule was changed, but it will take place next Sat- urday, on the high school grounds. Dr. Werner informs us that he har- vested a very good crop of grain this sea- son, much better than he expected. He also raised a big crop of ruts bagas and sugar beets, that he is selling for cow feed, and is also feeding some himself. A. J. Hall, of Phoenix, Arizona, was calling on old friends in Saguache last week, and paid the CRESCENT OffiCe a vis- it. Mr. Hall resided in this section in the early days of the valley. He showed us a spemmen of gold that he dug in Butte county, CAM., over 50 years ago. He left here on Saturday for the Chalk creek country. The people of this section of the val- ley are just beginning to realize the fact that they could grow good fruit if they had only planted fruit trees several years ago. Several have this season gathered good crops of apples from trees that are just beginning to bear, among them being the editor of the CEESCENT, who has not only harvested a big crop of hyslop, transcendent and other varieties cf crabapples, but also quite a lot of Whitney and Duc hess eat- ing apples. Judge Lamps, of Whltehorn, came down Saturday and Sunday went over on Shavano to do some surveying. Mr. and Mrs. George Means and Mr. and Mrs Horace Means passed through Salida Friday en route to their homes in Saguache from the festival of moun- tain and plain.--SaHda Mail. Free Sample Copies. Many resident of the town and county who arc not subscribers to the CRESCENT will be favored with sample copies of the paper frequently. Do not be afraid to take them out of the postoffice. You will not be asked to pay until you be- come a subscriber. But we want you to read the paper and we hope you will then decide to have it sent regularly. We will try to have something of interest to every subscriber in each issue of the ira- per. -- 4-,9b* 4,~ Best gloves in the City at P. M. Jones & Co.'s. G. O. Taylor Whiskies, ere guaranteed puro. NEWS AND COMMENT. Republican Primaries. It is the duty of the precinct commit- teeman in each precinct to see that a caucus is held on Saturday afternoon or evening, and delegates elected to attend the Republican convention next Monday at Saguache. The custom has been in the past to hold them at from 2 to 4 in the afternoon in the country precincts, and at 7 in the evenings in the towns. Foot Ball Schedule. An Inter-High School Foot Ball AFso- ciatioo has been organized, being com- posed of the Del Norte, Monte Vista and Sa~uache teams. A series of games has been arranged as follows: Oct. 5, Monte Vista vs Del Norte at Del Norte. Oct. 12, 8aguaehe vs Del Nolle gt 8eguaehe. Oct. 19, Saguache vs Monte ~rista at Center. Oct,. 26, Del Norte vs Monte Vista at Monte Vista. Nov. 2, Del Norte vs 8aguaehe at Del Norte. Nov. 9, 8agnache vs Del Norte at Saguache. Besides the above games Saguache has arranged a return game with Salida to be played at Saguaohe, Oct. 26. The Band Entertainment. The members of the Saguache band are now putting in their spare time re- hearsing for the entertainment they will give in a short time, for the purpose of raising money to buy new instruments and music. Several ladies of the town have volunteered their services to help out in the musical program and they will no doubt get up something that will be l well worth hearing. The band is a good organization to have in the town and it should be encouraged and assisted by all the people m this wcioity. Publi Schools. The children are imitative creatures. The boys have a foot ball with which they exercise at recess and their antics with the ball closely resemble those made by the high school boys. The girls of the grammar room are very enthusiastic over the prospect of purchasing a basket ball, Miss Williams and Miss Lockett will take part in the game also. Our school is not all games, the pupils are working very nicely for the second month of the term, and the attendance is good. Ricnard Norem and Walter Crouch have been added to the roll during the last week. Richard Norum is~ taking 8th grade work. Walter Crouch's grade has not yet boon determined. B. The Saguache Library, If you are a member of the high school and public library, cut this out. Partial list of recent fiction now on the shetves. Full set of Rollo's Books of Travel for children. Abbott's Historical Biographies for children, etc. Alice of Old Vincennes ................. Thompson Janice Meredith ............................. Ford Via Criucis .............................. Crawford Red Rock ................................... PaKe Richard Carrel .......................... Churchill Eben Holden ........................... Bacheller Visits of Elizabeth ........................... Glyn Hugh Wynne ............................. Mitchell Tarry Thow Till I Come .................... Croley The Crisis ............................... Churchiil The Helmet of Navarre ................... Runkle The Choir Invisible ......................... Allen Qao Vad/s ........................... Sienkiew/cz David Harum ............................ Wescott Chimes From a Jester's Bells ............ Burdette Isabel Carnaby ............................ Fowler Prince of India ......................... Wallace Westward He ............................ Kingsley When Knighthood Was in Flower ...... Caskoden Romona .................................. Jackson Fair God .................................. Wallace Complete card index to the library both by subjects, titles and authors has been completed and is at you service. If you cannot call atthe library simply send to the librarian for the book wanted either by title or subject. Always send your card. Anna Ham, Librarian. Hours2:30 to 4:30 each day except Sunday. Pulpit Announcements. Preaching at Baptist Church at 11 a.m. Subject: "Soul Winning." E. O. Butler, Paptcr. At the Methodist church the subject for morning sermon will be "What Sort of a Man Was Judas?" Evening ser- vice at 7:30. Subject selected. Prayer meeting next Wednesday eve. at 7:30. C. E. Butler. i Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, di~. eourages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon ~.f,~ ~L~-~- ' ~ disappear when the kid- "~-r~'~ neys are out cf order .~,~.[~./~ or diseased. -~ Kidney trouble has ~|(((['~" become so prevalent r,~/--~ that it ts not uncommon '/A~_~,~I_ - //for a child to be born ('~ t~-~,'~'~.~ afflicted with weak kid- ~_~ ~ ~='- ~ neys. If the child urin- e'S. atos too often, if the urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment ot those important organs. This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose, Women as well as men are made mis- erable with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy, [ The mild and the immediate effect 0t Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- _ I~'f/~..,h.._ cent and one dollar~.d~~ sizes. You may have a~~ sample bottle by mall~'~a;~~ free, also pamphlet tell- home ot Swam~Roog ing all about It, including many of the thousands of testimonial, letters recelve~ from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmex & Co,, Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention th/~ paper, BUSINESS LOCALS. Go to Jones' for flour, feed and baled hay. SPECIAL: 100 dozen children's black Cotton Hose in sizes from 4~ to 10. We are selling 2-pair for 250. A good chance to get a supply before they are closed out. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. You can still get your job work done at the old stand. We have probably the best job printing outfit in the San Luis valley and we will continue to do all Glasses of work noatly end promptly. Go to Jones & Co.'s for best fresh and cured meats. Lost, and Found, A black fur cellarette, on the Moffat road near Ab Ashley's ranch, last Thurs- day. The owner may have same by call- ing at the CRESCENT OffiC0 and paying for this notice. BeSt and cheapest teas and coffees at Jones'. Business for Sale. I offer for sale my stock of miIIinery goods, ladies furnishings, notions, etc., with fixtures und building. This is av opportunity for some one to get a good paying business at a bargain. Call on or address 41-if Mrs. E. G. Hazard, Saguache. Do you suffer from piles? If so do not turn to surgery for relief. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will act more quickly, surely and safely, saving you the expense and danger of an operation. Saguache Pharmacy. New goods and lowest prices at Jones' Cash Store. W. T. Weeson, Gholsonville, Va. drug- gist, writes: "Yottr One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction. My cue. tomers say it is the best remedy for Coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles." Saguaohe Pharmacy. For grapes and fresh fruits go to P. M. Jones & Co. C. M. Phelps, Forestdale, Vt. says his child was completely cured of a bad case of eczema by the use of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of all counterfeits. It instantly relieves piles. Saguache Pharmacy. 1 am prepared to do all kinds of gents tailoring, repairing and cleaning. Leath- er coats, vests, shirts and pants made to order, and all kinds of plain sewing done. Mary A. Sherman. For the ]Boys. James Camper wants to buy all the old copper and rubber he can get. He will pay 5 cents a pound for copper, and one cent and a half for Qld rubber. I buy gunny sacks. I pay 12 cents a dozen for beer bottles. Vinegar 5 cents per beer bottle full. G.O Taylor Whiskies or great vaiue to the sic~ Itching Skin Distress by day and night-- ']:hat's the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to be afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheum~and out- ward applications do not cure. They can't. The source of the trouble is in tho blood~make tiiat pure and this scal- ing, burning, itching skin disease will disappear. "I was taken with an Itching on my arms wlflch proved Very disagreeable. I concluded it was salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. In two days after I began taking it I felt better and it was not long before I was cured. Have never had ally skin disease since." M~s. IDA E. WARn, Cove Point, Md. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of all impuritie~ and cute all ~ruption~. @. O. Taylor Whiskles, grow In popularlt. 25 YEARS of unvarying purity ~ seven years of ripen- ing, in barrels, before it's bottled and sealed. Rcsult~ c~m~,lcnce everywhere in the name of thc makers of [} TAYLOR Never so!d in bulk. Ot Druggets, Grocers, Licensed Dealers,- eve~'ywher. Trade Supplied By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BRIDAHAM-QUEREAU DRUG CO., Wholesale Druggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Druggmt, Leadville - i7. BURLINGAME & CO.; CHEMICAL A, S. Y OFFiCE ,,o LA.O,A O,, ~stablishedin Colorodo,18~, 8amplesbymailor ~, z ~rcss will receive prompt and earelul attcntion ~aid lb ~llear Ih,lllaa Rsnned, Melted |nd AI~ ~IIM ~tllllai UVlliVll OR PURCHAerD. i~0nc00tratl0n Tatil__zoo lb,. or car toad lots. .vvm Write for terms, " ~ ~ ~? 38 Lnwronee St,, Deover, Colo, ( LARENCE HERSEY. tssayar humist, [Establishsd 1879] Leadville, - Colorado. ~amples by Marl or ~xpr0ss Eeceive ~r0m~t Attention, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. | JNO. W. DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. ~Vill practice in all courts. J. TRA CY MEL VI~F, M. D. PHYSICIAN ND SURGEON, Office opposite Union Hall, San Juan av~ sue. Calls promptly anewered~ day or night. Examining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D,, Villa Grove, Cob. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguaoho County Bank. W. C. LOCKETT, Notary Public. Saguache Abstract Office. THH AMHRI AN HOHSR SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS. M. E. COLVlN, 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. 8aguacaa Ban , Pioneer Bank of Saguaehe County. Organized. May, 1850. Incorporated, July, 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. A Ge~ral Banking Busl- ne.ss Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal CRies of Europe. Sxf Deposit Boxc~ for Rent. OFFICER8 AND DIRECTOBS. ISAAC GOTTHELF, Prs~ident. LEOPOLD MAYER, Yice-Pras. CHARLES TARBELL, Cuhier. W~. F. BOYD, A~t. Cuhi~. M/~K BIEDELL. CORRI~PONDEN_ra, Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First Nationai Bank. Pueblo, Colo. THE COLORADO LIVERY, FEED and Sale Stable, Wm J. Werner, Prop., Fourth St., Saguache. Best of care given to all stock en- trusted to my care. RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .50 Cold and 8ilver..$ .TS Lead ............. 50 Gold,silver,copper 1.50 8amp/es by ma/I rsee/ue prompt attentien. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1429-16th 8L, Deneer, Oolo. SAGU CHE COUNTY ABSTRACT I COMPANY, healers In 8aguache C0eaty REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa. mous gram field of Colo- rado. Property rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and msur. ance written. SAG UACHE, COLO. A, BREWER, .. Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a large and oom. plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is in charge of one who has had many years experience as au undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic caskets. I have a hearse.