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October 10, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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RANCH, STOCK, MINES. Shecpmen figure that owing to the small number of lambs that will be fed this winter the prices for fattened range mutton next year should be high. They will therefore carry their we,hers through the cold weather and place them on the market as soon as fit to kill. --Field and Farm. The pea crop iu the San Luis valley is very good this year and the idea of alter- nating pen with wheat is proving a grand succus. Not only do the peas prove a profitable crop, but the wheat the following year is naturally better than on ground not sown to peas With annual crepe there is probably no better ~fartilizer than field peas Under instructions recently sent out all railroad agents are ordered to receive no shipments of sheep for points outside 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'clock p. m. For the purpose of nominating the following county offices: One County Clerk. One County Treasurer. One Sheriff. One Assessor. fore he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indi- Superintendent of Schools. ] gestion had made him a total wreck. Sa- One Commissioner. One County Judge. [ gua.cne Pharmacy. One County Surveyor. [~ One County Coroner. [~- And forthetransaction of such other qlli QIIChG0 business as may be brought before the ].13 convention. The 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. 1 Villa Grove .................................... 1 Cotton Creek .................................. 2 Creat(,ne ....................................... 5 4 Carnero ........................................ 2 5 Lower 8aguache .............................. 1 6 8aguache ...................................... 3 ..... L ............... *" . "1 had long suffered from indigestion," ;--J~'~.7~P~'~'~--~'~Pa~'x/~~-'~.~.~.~..~~/~--"~.~..~.~.~.~.~. .~ writes G. A. LeDeis, Cedar City, Me. ~#~i -~-_~___ ~m~,.~ ~,~. "Like others 1 tried many preparations .~ Our Fall and Winter mmml ~ [] -- ~'~ but never fouud anything that did me ~. ' ~ "m ~ ~ ~ d"~ ~ T W'e invlteyourlnspec- ~ good until I took KodolDyspepsia Cure. [$~ Goods are now in and ~~ ~ld[~ q~kTg~i|tql~ltlon, thank you for the ~ One bottle cured me. A friend who had (i~ all Departments are mor lllU UIM ~u~l~/U llberal patronage given ~ suffered similarily I put on the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining ~'~'~ complete than ever befor us in the past, and hope ~la fast and will soon be able to work. Be- ~" _'~ laces, thereby giving you be shown by our 'Uhe Reliable Route in the history of our bus- ..~r~ the opportunity of pur- chasing any article you SAGUAC can get in any city. /.g tadles', Gent's and Children's Shoes C We sell the Celebrated SELZ SHOES, and can give you all styles and sizes. You cannot beat our NAILED BOTTOM Shoes for Miners and tlerdsmen ~.~.tl Prospectors' and Rangers' High Cut Heavy ($.~ Shoes you should ast~ to see If you want the very Finest and.Latest ask for the Selz BEAUTY SHOES for the Ladies. by the courtesy that wiU you s~lesmen to more than doubk our trade within the next year. LACB and 71 ILING DBPARTUST , ALL-OVER LACES, in Black, White and ~x Cream are very stylish this fall. In trimming lace~, we can give you Point de Spray, Orientals, Valencines, Tortions and in ~ fact all the Latest Styles and Patterns. ~ this state unle~ the United States gov- 87 Sargents ....................................... I UpPer ~aguache ............................... I ernment certificate of inspection is pro- 9 Cochetopa ..................................... 1 e i 10 Biedell ............. 1 sented by the shipper. The r gulat ons , ~ ......;, .......................... ofthe bureau of animal industry pro-}i~]a~;-~i:~::~::::~::.:'.i::i.~:~:~i~]]~]~:~:i~ vid~ that each car of sheep must be in- 1.1 Russell Springs:::: :::: :: :::: :: :::: :::::::::]::1 f 15 Hauman ................... 1 spected by agents of the bureau be ore i lo Moffat 1 , 17 Elkhorn leaving the state. ..................................... . 18 Veteran ........................................ 19 Duncan ....................................... 1 One of the effects of the drouth in the i 20 Union Bill .................................... 1 I 21 Lawrence ............................... 1 central west whmh cut short fruits and 22 Center...:~i~...~...: ................. ~ ....... 3 vegetables is the unprecedented demand '~a Embargo ....................................... 1 for canned needs and their conseuuent I It is recommended that the primaries . = ....... " [be held in the various precincts on rmo m price, ~o ~o so per cent m some [ Thursday October i0 at 4 o'clock , m cas~. The market for canned goods is ] except in Bonanza, Villa Grove, ~res" more active than for eight or ton years tone, Saguache, Moffat and Center, in and it is too bad that our Colorado oec- I which precincts 7:30 is recommended as l pie have not grown more of this truck th~t~l~delegation should be sent from for ule. Dealers are buying largely not each precinct as business of importance only for preen, but future delivery, as there is no sign of any let up in the de- mand thin season. Tomatoes, corn, beans and apples are the goods most affected. --Field and Farm. Animals once'inoculated with vaccine enjoy practically lifelong immunity from blackleg. The operation is easy and may be performed at any time. When con- veuient, however, it is preferable to vac- cinate in the fall or spring. So sure a preventive is vaccination and so moderate lethe coat that a stock owner would seem short sighted if he failed to avail himself of the protection it offers. The vaccine manufactured by the great drug firm of Park, Davis & Co. is the best brand now on the market and can be bought through its agents in Denver.- Field and Farm. Experience With Brome Grass. One of our readers living in Elbert county is much pleased with Hungarian brome grass for dry situations and says of it: "I have sown some brome grass seed every season since '97 and while its growth was at first somewhat disappoint- ing I think it will at last become a val- uable forage plant for all who seed it properly. For a permanent pasture in a dry country I believe it has no equal. The boat r~ults have been obtained on fields which have been cultivated for ten or twelve years. We sow the seed in the spring or early fall using about one bushel or fourteen pounds an acre. We prefer to sow by hand without a nurse crop and cover with a horse rake or light harrow. The seed should not be buried more than one inch. Spring sown brome gra6s should ripen some seed the ascend July after sowing. The high quality of the hay and pasture recom- mends it.'--Field and Farm MINING NOTES. The Sunbeam force of miners are busy getting out and sacking two cars of good ore. Work is progressing nicely and the ore body is improving both in width and richnmm. Major and Cotton creeks are showing good mineral on top of the ground, and with depth the result might be a great surprise. A few good companies are now operating in that vicinity. The San Isabel mine started up Wed. neaday with a force of sixteen men. They also fired the boiler putting two of their machine drills to work. They ex- pect to have ore enough out inside of six weeks to keep the 150 ton mill running night and day.--Crestone Miner. The Independence mine on Henson cr~k near Lake City was sold last week by R. E. Penniston to James Fitzgerald of I.~adville. The property consists of but one claim and the price is $50,000, $5,000 of which was paid down. The pur- chaser, Fitzgerald, worked the mine come years ago and knows his purchase. Penniston bought a three quarters in- will come up. John I. Palmer, Thee. Lyons, Secy. C hairman. Ill" I No Hair? ,, ,,,,,,,, "My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed. I then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once."~ Mrs. G. A. MeVay, Alexandria, O. 'll The trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act promptly. Save your hair. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. If the gray hairs are beginning to show, Ayer's Hair Vigor will restore color every time, $1.oo a bottle. All druggists. If your druggist cannot supply you, send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give thename of your nearest express ofi~ce. Auuress, J. C. AYER CO., Lowen, Mass. - __. --.- ,,, ;uddon changes of weather are espec- ially trying, and probably to none more than to the scrofulous and consumptive. The progress of scrofula during a normal October is commonly great We never think of scrofula, bunches, cutanaceous : eruptions, and wasting of the bodil substance, without thinking of the great good many sufferers from it have deriv- ed from Hood's Sarsaparilla, whose radi- cal and permanent cures of this one dis- ease are enough to make it the most fa- mous medicine in the world. There is probably not a city or a town where Hood's Sarsaparilla has not proved its merit in more homes than one, in arrest- ing and completely eradicating scrofula, which is almost as serious and as much to be feared as its near relative--con- sumption. THE HOME GOLD CUBE. An Inaenious Treatmeut by which Drunk ards are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Themselves. It is now generally known and under- stood that drunkenness is a disease and not weakness. A body filled with poison, and nerves completely shattered by per- iodical or constant use of intoxicating liquors requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving for intoxi- cants. Sufferers may now cure themsel- ves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful Home Gold Cure which has been per- fected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates. The faithful use according to directions of this won- derful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no mat- ter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of drunkards into sober, in- dustrious and upright men. Palace Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars. Chair Cars Free. ALL Owned and Operated by CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RAILWAY. For furtho information address J. E. PRESTON, Commercial Agent, 1029 Seventeenth St. Denver, Colorado. Illinois g ntral R R ~EFFICIENTLY SERVES A VAST TERRITORY by through ser- vic~ t,) and from .tim following cit- ies: Omaha, Neb i Chicago, Ill. St. Paul, Minn. / St. Louis, Mo Minneapolis Peoria, III Kansas City, Mo.I Evansville. Ind Memphis, Tenn. I Cincinnati, O. Nashvll e, Tenn. Atlanta, Ca. Louisville, Ky. Jacksonville, Fla New Or eans, La. Vicksburg, Miss. Weekly through service between Chicago and between Cincinnati AND THE PACIFIC COAST.- Connections at these terminals for the EAST, SOUTH, WEST, NORTH, Fast and llandsomely Equipped Steam- Heated Trains--Dining Cars--leufl'et-Li- hrary Cars--Sleeping Cars--Free Be- chnlng Chair Cars. Particulars of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines A. H. HANSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, CHICAGO. ,TAMES I~ULTON, Commercial Agent, 805 17th Street. Denver. PHONE 1125. Colorado Short Line. .iss0.ri Pacti,c RX The People's Choice, Through without change DENVER, COLORADO SPRIN6S and PUEBLO TO KANSAS CITY and ST, LOUIS, Direct Route To The Hot Springs of Arkansas, Free Reclining Chair Cars. Elegant Pullman Palace Buffet Sleepers. Government Fan* Mail Route East and West. tares, in the Independence two months ago for $1,000. Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh ~s a blood or constitutional disease, and m order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Ca- tarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure ia not a quack medicine. It was pre- scribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription It i~ composed of the best tonics known, corn bined with the best blood purifiers, acting di- rectly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro- ducea such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. 8end for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Sold b~dru~, gis ts.~ price 75c: ~1~/1'S .~Smlly l~illg are ~ne nest. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere stimulant to tired nature. It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the food you eat. You don't have to diet but can enjoy all the good food you want. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed feeling after eating, giving you new life and vig- or. Ssguache Pharmacy. G. O. Tqlor Whiskm,, sre pure mod1lnsl ,tlmulsntt They always please. It is impossible in this Department to give you all in detail, but will willingly ~how you. Veilings at this time of year are a necessity and not overlooking this fact we can supply you with all the latest Noveltis of the season at prices ranging from 15c to ~0c per yard. OUR HANDKERCHIEF ASSORTMENT /.i~ Includes the Latest in everything for the Ladies and Gents, and the School Children are ~}~ e esp~ially looked after as to Price and Quality. # ,, ,,4 .~ # y Jewelry, Alarm Clocks, Gold Clocks, Cuff ~ Buttons, Ladies' Chains. # ~$~ Rings, Gold and Silver Thimbles, Stick Pins, Bracelets, and many items .~ we have not space to mention. Trunks, Valises, G L O V E S ~.~.~ Hand Grips, L:~_DIES KID GLOVES are the (}.~ Shawl Straps, very best we could purchase for the money, in White, Black and Colors, i Telescopes, Etc. with latest style stitching on back, in This Department should not bel genuine Kid, are especial good value. We have also placed in stock a full passed by if you are in need of any assortment of Misses' Kid Gloves in a of the articles mentioned, variety of colors. . . . * Ladies' Tailor Made Stats, Jackets and Capes We pride ourselves in this Department on the offerings we have to give you in Jackets and Capes for the Ladies, the Latest Designs in Stylesland Colors, at Prices ~ ~that all can afford to buy. The Misses and Children have not been overlooked as we have a fine assortment in all the latest style Jackets to please them. ~.$.~ We take your orders for TAILOR MADE SUITS, made to measure, and have ~.$.~ a book giving in detail the Styles and showing samples of goods, giving you a more ~ ~complete selection than you will find in any City stocks. Prices from$io, to$36. ~ 1 Dress floods, Silks and Velvets MEN'S FURN|SHIN $ SHIRTS in Colors and White, Correct Styles, Big ..~ Line NECKWEAR, in New Fall Ideas, seem to he the ~ right thing by the way they are ~elling. Genuine BUCKSKIN and HORSEHIDE GLOVES, in all grades c~nceivable, and prices to suit all. Your attention to these, please. SUSPENDERS of California Leather, also Fancy Elastic Web cannot he duplicated in assortment or price. In STETSON HATS we have all the Latest Blocks, SATIN SOL1SLE, JACQUARDS, VENETIANS, BROAD CLOTHS in all the new Shades. ~.$.~ Black LdENRIETTAS in Silk Warp and Wool, and in ~.t.~ fact we have all the Latest Weavesin Black and Colored ~([~ Dress Goods from the very Cheapest to the Best. SILK, SATIN, VELVET and VELVETEEN in Shades to match Dress Goods, and for Waist Patterns we can always please you in this line. JET, GIMP and BRAID Trimmings in the Latest Fads and Colors we are showing in profusion. ~.$.~ Under this head we might mention that our Linings ($.~ in all Colors of Spun Glass, Near Silk, Percaline, Sill- Black and Oolored, also Men's and Boys HATS and CAPS ~t~ ~cias and Cambrics and accesories are unlimited, in all Standard Makes and Styles. ~ Groceries, Crockery and Cutlery t Schillings CO~FEES, Armour Packing Co's CANNED MEATS, Best TEAS and EXTRACTS. ~.~ Fancy BottledCtlOW CttOW, CHIL[SAUCE, OLIVES, ONiONS&e. Canned PEARS, PEACHES, ~i /.ill PINE APPLE, BERRIES, and everything in Canned Goods that is on the market. COOKIES and ~CAKES, NUTS, CANDIES, TOBACCO and CIGARS. PANSY and HOMESTEAD Flour if tried ~ once it becomes a household necessity. LA MPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS .~ ~\f In all Shapes, Sizes and Styles in BISQUE Hand Painted, PORCELAIN, GLASS, Plain and Decor- ated for all purposes and places, and ~he Prices from 50 cents to $20, will give you an idea of the im- ~manse dist, lay we have. ~ 100 Piece Decorated DINNER SETS we run froln $10 to $25. Homer Laughlins open stock Dec- ~ ~ orated Ware. HAVILAND and FRENCH China, open stock and in sets. J. & G. Meakins and ~ Laughlins open stock White Ware. WATEg SETS, WINE SETS, and odd pieces of Glass and (t~ ~China Ware too numerous to mention. In the CUTLERY Department we are now showing the 1847 Rogers SILVER PLATE Goods in KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, ~c. STEEL KNIVES and FORKS, BUTCHER KNIVES and CARV- ~.~.ll ING sets. Keen Cutter RAZORS, POCKE'r KNIVES, SCISSORS and ~IIEARS are on our list. ~[ UNDERWEAR CLOTHINC Man's and Boys Suits Overcoats and Separate Pants. Black Suits in Frock, gound and Square cut Sack Coats is one of our specials. Duck Coats with Blanket lining for the Men and Coats and Vests Blanket lined for the .ca Youths. Home Made Pants, manufactured by the To- ~.|.~ peka Woolen Mills, you should try on our recommend. The Cant Bust Em Overalls and Jumpers are too well $ known for us to talk much oa, we can nt you in Men's . and Boys with and without bibs. Swsot, err & Co's Corduroy Suits and soperate Pants, is a now departure with us, and the goods are right. A Double Seamed J u mper for Threshers concludes the partial list we are able to give you on account of space. We could say and make a truthful statement, that from our present Stock of Underwear we could nearly supply the Inhabitants of Saguacho County. Ladies, Men's and Childrens in Natural Wool, Cotton and Wool Fleeced, Ribbed and Regular, also a Ribbed, extra Fleeced for Boys and Girls that range in price from 20 to 45 cents. It is advisable to buy early before th0 ~izes on our many different lines are broken It might ba well to m0ntion in connection with this ~he Men's and Bo~s Sweaters, of which we have a large stock at reasonable prices. Wives cure your husbandsl Children See your nearest ticket agent or write Moquet can be supplied within 10 days fronl receipt of order. Big line of Samples. senesCure yOUra nostrumfatherslbutThisis a remedyspeclfic iSforlnthisno ~s ~s T~|PP~ ~ Smyrna and Ingrain Art Squares from 2.{ x 3 to 4 x 5 yards at $6.|0 to $18. Look at them. anddiseaso only, and is so skillfully devisedprepar~d that it is thoroughly solu- G.W.F. & P. Agt., Denver, Colo. ]~/$ Rugs in Mquet and ~n'yrna' and at I)rices fral $1"25 t $20" we ~xpect they will sell n a run' ble and pleasant to the taste, so that it __ Opaque Window Shades with Lace, Lace Insertion, Fringe and Plain, 50 cents to $1. Brass Curtain canbe given in a cupof tea or coffeeperson KodoI mthout the knowledge of the tak- ~i~ Poles and fixLures. Sash Extension Rods. Floor and Table Oil Cloths; Linoleums. Tapestry and mg it. Thousands of drunkards have Cheuille Draperies and able Covers. Figured Art Denims and Cretonnes. Lace and Brussel Net Cur- cured themselves with this priceless ram- rains in handsome designs. Wool Blankets, Comforts, White Spreads and Feather Pillows edy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the Bissells Carpet Sweepers make house work a pleasure. and"Cure"relatlvesadministeredwithout theirbY lovingknowledgofriemtSinDy.spepsia Cure] TABLE LINEN in Bleached, Half Bleached and Red, with Napkins to Match or without. ~~/] coffeoor teaand bolievotoday that they C B CORSET, Our Leader, always Satisfactory. dmoontinued drinking of their own free will. Donotwait. Do not be deluded D,gests what you eat. HOSIERY lOODozeuChidrensBlackCottonHose, wearosolling2Pairfor25centa. '~etasapply. ,, Ladies' Gent's and C~iidren's Cotton aad Oashmere Hose, all grades at lownt Prices by apparent and misleading improve- o.s p'':s,,.: ' DOMESTICS meat." Drive out the disease atonceand This p.ara!~o co!!t:!~ln~ Calico, Gingham, Percales, Outing Flannel and Flannelette, Ticking: Awning Cloth, Duck, for all time. The Home Gold Cure is tam u, It glves lns~a nl~ relief ana never ] ~|~ Sheeting, Bleached and Unbleached, all widths, Sheets and Pillow t)aees. 8e]d at the extremely low price of food. dollar, thus placing within reachneof fails to cure. allows you toeatall, NOTION DEP'T Hair Ornaments, Side and Back Combs, Belts, Pocket Books, Hand Bags, Pocket and everybody a treatment more effectual the food you want. The most sensitlv~ [ ~ Hand Mirors, Hair, Tooth and Shaving Brushes, Tablets, Pencils and Box Paper. than others costing $25 to $50. Full di- stomachs can take lb. By itsuse man~ ] I~ rectionsaccompany each package. Spec- thousands of dyspeptics have been /L -~'~y lal advice by skilled physicians when re- cured aftcr everything else failed. It lhe fi0ttheff and larbeil Mere {;0 questedpaid to anyWithUtpart ofextrathecharge'world onSentreceiptPre" is unequ,dled for all stomach troubles.. of one dollar. Address Dept. E 786 Ed- It can't help .~ ward B. Giles& o.,2330 to 2332 Mar- but do you good[ "~_ ,.,~ ket St. Philadelphia, Pa. All correspon- ~?repared only by E. C. I)~W~.TT & (~o., Ghic agCL ~,x-~. ~d[ ~/..~ ~d[ ,..j~j ]~t ,_~j ~, ~ ~.~~_ d[ L~ ~ M ~ M ~ ~~ ~ j ~ ~j _~;,~ ..~:~_ /~. CARPETS, RUGS and HOUSE FURNISHINGS Ingrain Carpets in a variety of Patterns for your choice. Orders ~aken for Axminster, Brussels and