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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. V0L. XX. NO. 45. SAGUACHE. COLORADO. TttURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900. i WHOLE NUMBER 1033. ii i iSILVERWARE' . Our jew, y stock Sot a Gold and th, Sav,rwar< guaran. teed to be onIy the b~t quadruple plate. Nothing but stand- ] Holiday 6oods ] :$atuache Pharmacy G0., Buggies and Wagons I have at my place in the town of Moffat a Large Stock oY Farm Implements--Binders/Mowers, Rakes, BindiogTwine, 0il, Etc. I have a bargain to offer in Buggies and W agone which I buy in car load lots and can make you better paiees than you can get any where else in the valley. Call and examine my stock and get my prices before buying elsewhere. JOHN HOLCOMB. MOFFAT, COLO. ' " MOFFAT, COLO. " Bonier in Ooneral merchn. | , disc, Rny, ,rain and Goal. I | with me Save ' | Moa~. I handk none but Fh~t-Cla~ ~, 1 Go~s. I-Ii&s and Pdts taken , t JUST ARRIVED-- . Mammoth Stock ol r Dry Goods, C, lothinl, Furnishing Goods, e, fi ; Notions, Elc, We have just rgeived our fall purchases which make our st~k ~one of the hrgcst and most complete which has ever be.ca m Saguach~ i" . In Dry Goods we have all the latest novdtles in dress go0d/~ t/4m- mints, wraps and a large line of staples. Our clothing was bought of the famous New York manufacttncrs =~ Hal&linen & Co.--and embra~xs the latest creations in tail- oring. Ear.h garment is cut by an xpcricnccA cutter and the making and flnlshhg arc of the be.st quality. This stock is complete--we can fit the man, youth or boy. We have Overcoats for the County,'from $7.00 to $12.00, suits from $7.00 to $14.00. Boys suits from Y~.50 to $7.00. Chtkl~m sum from $2,00 to ~.00. Ottr prices at~ dght,~ ~ bas~ on banal worth and yaks: and we ddy eomtmtltton. In the ~ of stapk goods we alwa~ carry a full stock and our prices are be&ock every time. ~-" ~-~ou wlllWhnt boots and sho~ and tubber goods. :,,.We ltltti them "IIIOGIIN ltll& soothes and heals the wounded throat and lungs. You escapean at- tack of consumption with all its terrible suffering and uncertain results. There is nothing so bad for the throat and lungs as coughing. A 25c. bottle will cure an ordinarycough; hard- er coughs wlll need a50c. size; the dollar bottle Is cheapest in the long run. "One of my ~on~ was Spitting blood with a high fever ana wa~ could very nl. We hardly see any slgfis of life in him. The aoetors dfd him no good. But one bottle of your Cherry'Pectoral cured him and 8avedhislffe." C O. ANDERSON, Nov. I0, 1898. ]~Wa~, S. Dak. Write the Doctor. If you have any complaint whatever anli desire the best medical advice, write the Do~ tot freely Address Dr. J. C. AY~R, Lowell, ~. i A Christmas Gift New all the Year Round. In choosing a Christmas gift whatc an afford more present or lasting pleasure than a subscription to the Youth's Com- panion? The delight with which it is welcomed on Christmas morning is re- newed every week in the year, Those who wish ~o present a year's subscription to a friend may also have the Oompanion's beautiful new "Puritan Girl" calendar for 1901 sent with it, This calendar reproduces in 12 color printings an ideal portrait of a Ptiritan maiden of Plymouth. In addition to this, all the issues o." the Companion for the remain. fog weeks of 1900 are sent fr~e from the ~time subscription is received for the new volume. Those'wishing to make a present of the Companion and meulioniu~ it when subsertbiw2 will receive in addition to the gifts offerod above, a be~tutifffl print- ed ce, tificale of subscription to place among the presents on Cltr!stmas morn. int. [llustr~lted unnonne0mPot of !lie vohlnlo for 1901 ~;en~ wltll s~.mr, l,~ copies o[the paper fr~o to any addro~:. The Youth's Companiou, Boston, Mass, You can't afford to risk your tile by al- lo~ing u cough or a cold to d~v~lopo in to (meumonia ,)r con,.mmpl.,on. O~Je Minuh; C:r, igh Cure will mire Lacteal llitd lnu2 tro::blc~ (llliCk,,r lt.al [;i.!ly tither pl'etTlil'~lilt~ll I;ll()~ll. ~liil]~ ~][~PIors Vse it :is a sp,'ctli~ for ~.:rippot r, i~ :m in- fallible ;emPc!~ for croup. Chihh,n like it ~tmi aloiher~ ~ud )r.~, it. S~,~u:~cl.e Ph arIl) HC~. The Ev,~mr, g "[V:(-c :-,;, ,: It ,i