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%Jr SAGUACHE CRESCENT. SAGUACHE, COLO., NOV, 14, 1901. The Trouble of Transferring Land. It has long boon hoped that a more simple and intelligible way of making land transfers than that now in use could be adopted. When it is determined that a transfer is to be made the trouble is about to begin. An abstract of the prop- erty must be obtained, the cost depend- ing upon the number of times the prop- erty has already changed hands. This work ia usually done by a profes- sional who keeps the abstract of all the real estate recorded in the county regis- ter's office. When the history of the piece of land in contemplation has been made up it is submitted to the attorneys in the case. Now the abstract is ready and there is found no cloud upon the ti- tle so that it is supposed that the rest of the work will be done in a moment. Not so, the deed of conveyance must be pre- pared and, thanks to modern common sense, this is vastly simplified by means of printed blanks. The deed being pro- pared, signatures attached and acknowl- edgment before a notary made, attorneys and notary fees paid, the abstract having been paid already, the next step is to put the deed on record. This is done by copying the instrument in full in a book kept for the purpose, which entails another bill of expense. The value of the property cuts no figure as to the amount of the cost, which is much the came if the land is worth $100 or $100,- 000. It is to obviate all this machinery and expense and to adopt a more simple plan that the Torrons' system ie propos- ed and in certain states has already been adopted. Real estate and abstract men oppose it but the next Colorado logi,la- turo will probably take it Up.--Fiold and Farm. The Companion's 76 Volume In 1902, the seventy-sixth year of its publication, the Youth's Companion promises more varied attractions for its readers than over before, and the Com- panion always gives more than it prom- lees. The government of the Umted States Will be represented in contribu- tions from Secretary of the Treasury Gage, Secretary of the Navy Long, Post- master General Smith, and Assistant Secretary of War Sanger, a list, it is be- lieved never equaled in a previous year. The government of Groat Britain will be represented by contributions f[om the Beefsteaks In The Future. A most alarming condition of affairs confronts the cattlemen of the west, the big packing houses and the consumers of beef. Unless the national government offers some remedy, beefsteaks of the fu- ture will be luxuries only the rich can envy. At the present time it is absolute- ly impossible to get a 21/~ or 3 year old steer anywhere in the country, and short twos and long yearlings are being killed for beef. There are as many year- lings on hand now as in former yoars,bnt if the present condition is allowed to: continue next season is menaced by a beef famine. Furthermore, the big ranges of the west are fast disappearing. "Without doubt the coming convention of stockmen in Chicago will take up the question and ask aid from congress," said Secretary Charles Martin of the lo- cal live stuck association today. "The : point they will dwell upon will be graz- ing lands in the west, and herein lies the key to the whole situation. Of course other circumstances, such as in- creased prosperity (increasing the con- sumption of beef) and wars at home and abroad have much to do with the scarc- ity of 2 and 3 year old beef, but the land question is of vital importance to our cattlemen. "Some favor leasing by the govern- ment, others want the land ceded to the states, while still others want the irriga- tion to continue, so as to redeem arid lands. A compromise has been suggest- ~d by having congress take charge of the ~vholo matter through a commission. ~_fter an investigation it is held out, the ~resent waste and destruction could be ~topped and the establishment of small mldingsencouraged. To my mind the )eat plan would be the small holdings, ~here individuals could raise all the ~ay from 50 to 300 or 400 head of cattle. Pho government could either lease the ands or sell them at say anywhere from 30 cents an acre up, but something must )e done to protect the cattle industry in ~he west. Another important feature is that the )ig grazing districts of northern Oklaho- PUBLICATION LIST ---,OF-- Fox, the Year 19OO. Treasurer's Office, f f~ State of Colorado--Sagua~he County. Public notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at public sale, at the office of the Treasurer of Saguache County and State of Colorado, on Thursday, December 13th, 1901, and succt.Aing days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, so much of the followlng ~ibe~ real estate sttuat in said county on which taxes {or the years 1898, 1899 and I900 have not been paid, as shah be necessary to pay said tax& intet~.~t and penalties and the tax on personal property, to-wi~ KNOWN LANDS--TAX OF ~9oo. Bishou, L. B .............................. nw qr do ................................ sw qr do ". ................................. so qr Bishop, Wm ............................... se qr .............................. s hf Buokl0y, Wm. and Ed ..................... se qr BoRon, John W .................... nw qr no qr do ........................... sw qrsn qr do .......................... o hf aw qr do ............. sw qr nw qr, nw qr sw qr ha, which formerly sent so many cattle Brownell, H. C ............................. seqr ;o this market, now sends none at all. Billman, Martha E ....................... nw qr [he local dealers find that they can get ,he finest eastern corn-fed beef delivered lore cheaper than they get grass fed :ango cattle, on which they have to do ;he dressiug.--Denver Post. Rio Grands county has 26 school dis- Beakman, David ........................... so qr .............................. se qr Batters, J. W .................. n hf nw qr sw qr Cook, Ann M .............................. no qr ............................ nw qr ......... no qr no qr, e hf nw qr ................................. ne qr ................................ nw qr ;riots with about 50 teachers and 1,500 Cooper, C. E .............. no hf so qr, s hf ne qr .......................... aw qr )upils, Clark, De1 F., est ........ w hf no qr, n hf aw qr The head camp Woodmen of the World Creason, M ................................. ee qr Conklin, S. L .............................. sw qr Cuenin Bros ...... w hf so qr, ne qr sw qr and , so qr nw qr ng unable to rent suitable qoarters for i Corlett, Chas. M ............. nw qr ,heir large business. The lease on the [ Ceasar, W. J ........... ew qr no qr, so qr nw qr )resent building expires next May. The ; Dougherty, H. C ......................... sw qr Dawson, A. W ............................. sw qr Edwards, R. M ........................ s hf sw qr do ............................ n hf nw qr ................ s hf se qr, no qr ae qr ........................... nw qr sw qr ..... sw qr sw qr, s hf s hf nw qr sw qr Ewing, James ............................ nw qr Espinosa, Francisco I .................... nw qr Espinosa, J. 8 .......................... n hf s hf Embargo Investment Co .... n hf sw qr, so qr sw qr and sw qr se qr do ........................... sw qr sw qr do ......n hf nw qr, so qr nw qr, sw qr no qr, n hf se qr and so qr so qr Field, Chas. J ............................. ne qr Frye, Ellen .................... ............. nw qr ........................... nw qr ............................. n hf so qr .......................... no qr .......................... lute 1 and Gareia, Saladon, Mrs ................ n hf nw qr Duke of Argyll, the Marquis of Dufferin are considering the proposition to build and Ava and the Rt. Hen. James Bryce, a headquarters building in Denver, be- T. P. O'Connor and Winston S. Church- )reposed new building will be three or our stories in height. ~OOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOoO A Round Dollar Will send a copy of THE ~ CRESCENT tO your friends back in the States for a Round Six Months. OOOO~OOC h~MA'.,llz%~ML,~M,dd~.,Mu'd&~l,-a~L,~.~ Hotchkiss, Kate .......................... ne qr g ............ : ..................... neqr do THEOENVER i ............................... Hess, J. W ................................. no qr I II ' . .......................... ne qr g .............................. ne qr .......... ne qr '=EPUBLICAN ................. I Howard and 8hotwell .................... sw qr Howell, Kim .......................... e hfsw qr do .................................. no qr .......... so qr nw qr, w hf no qr, no qr no qr .............................. s hf so qr ...................... s bf se qr. sw qr .............................. n hf n hf ..n hf nw qr, so qr nw qr, o hf sw qr .... oqrswqrnwqr, oqrwhfswqr .................................. se qr .................................. awqr ................ e hf so qr, nw qr se qr ill, members of the House of Commons. Other noteworthy contributors will be Wu Tmg Fang, Chinese minister at Washington, Booker T. Washington, president of Tuskegoe Institute, Justice Brewer of the United States supreme court, Gem Charles King and Rear Ad- miral Hichborn, while more than two hundred of the most popular of livmg i story writers will contribute from four to six fascinating stories to each of the fifty-two issues of the' Companion for 1902. To all new subscribers for 1902 and to those renewing their subscrip- tions the Companion will send its beau- tiful 1902 calendar, lithographed in twelve colors aud gold. By sending $1.75 before January 1st, the now sub- scriber will receive free all the remain- ing issues of 1901 from the time the sub- scription is received. The Youth's Companion, 195 Golumbus ave., Boston, Mass. Normal School Notes. The elective physiology class is doing very excellent work under the direction of Prof. Hugh. The class is now making a study of the anatomy of the cat aud each individual is provided wilh a well prepared specimen The school has taken - pains in getting the necessary appar- atus for the very best study of this de- partment. Physiology is very closely al- lied to tho subject of physchology, in fact a study of one presupposes a study of the other. The Platonian literary society gave a party to the other societies and new stu- dents last Friday evening. A Halowe'eu party was demded upon, though it was thought best to have it on the regular society night. Pumpkin faces wore in evidence, and the usual Halowe'en pranks were indulged in and they had a very enjoyable time. This is the first of a series of parties to be given by the dif- ferent societies during the school year. The normal school athletic association has this year devoted its attention to track and field work instead of foot ball. The first annual boys field day was held on election day, and groat interest was manifested~in the new forms of athletics. The seniors class '02 won the most points and will got the ]oviDg cup. Many very nice presents were given to the success- ful contestants by the merchants and business men of the town. The new cork floor is down tn the li- brary which is absolutely noiseless. Every one joins in the expression that it is the finest thing we have purchased for the library for some time. Grant Crumley, who shot and killed Sam Strong, the millionaire mine owner of Cripple Creek, a few weeks ago, was tried on the charge of murder last week. The jury returned a verdict of "Not Guilty" after being out four hoers. @, O. Taylor Whftk~es~ honcst~npur~|l/ Is Clean, t Truthful, = Reliable and Progressive. It prints more news than any other paper in Colorado. It stands for the best inter- eats of.the state and enjoys the confidence and esteem of gs all intelligent readers. r. It has the i Biggest and Best Circulation Rt Home and ~Ibroad. t As an advertising medium THE DENVER REPUBLI- CAN is superior to any other paper in Denver, because its readers are prosperous and !~ progressive. ~: DALLY AND SUNDAY BY MAIL !~. 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It ................................ e hf 12 43 8 820 700 22 12 McCay, Perry ........................... ne qr 8 41 10 160 420 12 01 McFadzen, John.. ......................... ne qr 4 41 7 160 530 15 17 MeFeo, John .............................. sw qr 23 41 9 160 1097 87 81 Newton, R. R .............................. ne qr 7 4t I0 160 870 10 58 Noland. Mrs. N. A n~ ,~ R1 ~.a ~ lga ~ R "/2 ! t ' Pierson. Peter ........... w hf ne qr, so qr ne qr 1 tl 9 120 800 8 58 Palmer, M. O ........................... hf so qr 11 46 9 do ............................ w ht sw qr 12 to 9 160 1~ t M Pattsraon, F. G.~ ut ...... ehf sw qr, w hf se qr 84 ta 10 160 I;20 112,/ Peeaerl. Man. eat ........ w hf sw qr, ne qr swqr 18 ~ 11 125 125 $ 21 Parsons, J. 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C ....................... n hf se qr ' 12 45 I0 do ............................ n hf sw qr 7 45 11 160 4~0 12 80 Rollins. E. H. and Sons ............. sw qr ~e qr 2'/ 47 9 do ............................ n hf ne qr 8~ 47 9 do ........................... nw qr nw qr 85 47 9 160 do ................ so qr sw qr, s hf Be qr 21 4~ 9 do .......................... sw qr sw qr 22 44 9 160 do ........................... ~w qr sw qr 17 44 9 do ............................ se qr so qr 18 44 9 do ............................. ne qr ne qr 19 44 9 do .......................... nw qr nw qr 20 44 9 160 do ............................. n hf n hf 22 4~, 8 160 800 21 08 Richardson, M. 8., eat ..................... sw qr 1 11 9 1~0 700 20 0~ l~nd, Marguerite .......................... so qr 7 4,1 9 180 l~0 11 $7 Band, Stephen ...... sw qr ne qr, Be qr nw qr, no qr sw qr, nw qr me qr 28 bl 9 160 8~ 10 11 Besoe, Tom ............ sw qr nw qr, w hf sw qr 28 47 9 do ............................ ss qr ne qr ~ 47 9 160 Lq0 10 11 Rose, Ed F ................................ as qr 8 tl 7 160 $90 19 74 ........ s hf e~ qr, so qr se qr 10 44 8 ........................... nw qr ne qr 15 44 8 160 1176 ~ 46 ........................... ne qr 9 44 7 180 20~ 61 90 Skinner, D. 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