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Fresh oysters and elery at P.M. SAGUACHE CRESCENT. R lOCAl |TFMg (,o mL, s,on, "'-''" ........ R/ Effie Slane has just received a new Entered at the poet office at I&~guaohe, Cole- ] ~ ]Everett piano. ~ ____ rado, asseeond-claes mail ,.patter. GO to Jones' for fresh fish. ] Judge Holbrook is holding court in ............... Walsenburg this week. Th'~lly ptcp~ted to take the SAfiUACHE, COLO., NOV. 28, 1901. DIRECTORY. C. A. Potts was over from Villa Grove ~ ~: last Saturday. Wm.J. Wernerhaaanewadthiaweek Just What You Want For POSTOFFICE HOURS. On week days the office will be open from 7 o'clock in the morning to 8 o'clock in the evening. On Sundays from 1 to 1:45 in the afternoon for receiving and de- livering mail. No money order butine~ transacted on Sunday. JOHN H. WILLIAMS, P. M. VILLA GROVE STAGE LINE. Leaves Villa Grove .......... 9:46 a.m. Arrives at Saguache .......... 12:30 p.m. Leaves Saguache ............1:30 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 Saguache Tuesdays and Fri- days at ....................... 7 a. m. Arrive at Del Norte ........ 4:45 p. m. CHURCH NOTICES. METHODIST CHURCH. Preaching every Sunday at 11 o'clock in the morning and 7 in the evening. Junior Epworth League at 3 p. m. every Sunday. Union Prayer Meeting at Methodist and Baptist churches on al- ternate Wednesday evenings. Union Sunday School at Presbyterian church every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. Rm'. O. E. BUTLER, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH. Preaching at 7:80 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 sltArnate WedneKlay even- ings. REV. E. O. BUTLER, Pastor. LA IGLESIA 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 weat of Saguaohe on the Wednesday following the second Sunday in each month, and at Saguaohe on the Thursday following and will celebrate mass at each place. FRANCISCO TOMASI~I. LODGE NOTICES. Olive Branch Lodge. No. 32, A.F.&A.M. Regular meatinlgs Saturday on or be- fore full moon m each month at Ma. sonic Hall, Dunne bloock, at 7:~ o'clock p. m. JOHN E. ASHLEY, W. M. LEE FAIRBANKS, Secy. Oentennral Lodge, No. 23, I. O. O. F. ',~a ~, Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fellows Hall, Dunn's block. i~itors cordially welcomed. T. M. ALEXANDER, N. G. BIRT CLARE, Secy. Amethyst Rebekah t.odge, No. 08, OMoots first and third Monday evening in each month, at Odd Fellows Hall. MARGARET LOCKETT, N. G. DAISY LOCKETT, Secy. Saguacho Camp No. 28, W. of W'. Meats on second and fourth Saturday evening in eacl~ month, at Odd Fellowe Hall. J. J. KELLER, C. C. W. C. LOCKETT, Clerk. Mlnnehaha Chapter No. 48, O. E. S., Moots on Saturday evening after full moon in each month, at Masonic Hall. ANNA M. MEANS. W. M. LEE FAIRBANKS, Secy. President Roosevelt has iuued an or- der amending the civil service regulations so as to return to the civil service a num- ber of civilian places in the war depart- i ment excepted hy executive order on May 29, 1899. The order is at the rs- quest of Secretary Root and it affects about 1,600 people in the quartermaster's, i medical, engineer aud engin~r.at-large departments. Bright's Disease. The largest sum ever paid for a pre- scription, changed hands in San Fran- cisco, August 30, 1901. The transfer in- volved in coin and stock $112,500.00 and was paid by a party of business men for a specific for Bright's Disease and Dia- betes, hitherto incurable diseases. They commenced the serious investi- gation of the specific Nov. 15,1900. They interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by putting over 3 dozen cases on the treatment and watch- ing them. They also got physicians to name chronic, in~urable cases, and ad- ministered it with the physicians for judges. Up to August 25, 87 per cent. of the test cases were either well or pro- gressing favorably. There being but 13 per cent of failures the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. The proceedings of the in- vestigating committee and the chemical reports of the test cases were published and will be mailed free on application. Address John J. Fulton Company, 420 Montgomery street, Jan Francisco, Cali- fornia. 46.1yr. Gertrude Simpson, who shot and kill- ed her father in Creede, was last week arraigned in the district court on an in- formation filed by district attorney J. D. Pilcher, charging her with murder. The case has been set for trial on December 10th. Attorneys Charles Pierce of Den- ver, and C. A. Merriman, of Alamoaa, have been retained to defend her, Re-llabl~" ~-d {~nfle. "A pill's a pill"says theaaw But there i are pills and pills. You want a pill that is certain, thorough and gentle. Mustn'tI gripe. DeWitt's Little Early Risers fill the bill. Purely vegetable. Do not force but assist the bowels to act. Strengthen and invigorate. Small and easy to take. Saguach Pharmacy. G. W. Beckley went to Denver Tues- day to buy holiday goods. W. B. Walling of Crestone has spent several days in town this week. Frank Pittenger is kept pretty busy theee days unpacking and displaying new holiday goods. A central telephone office in Sagnaehe is becoming a necessity, and we believe that it will soon be established. W. A. McEntyre, of Parkville, was over to the county seat the first of the week calling on Mrs. McEntyre and the boy. We neglected last week to mention that Mrs. Lorinda Curtis was among the Saguache purchasers of a piano re- cently. The county clerk on Monday issued a license for the marriage of Albert J. Butler and Myrtle M. Saylor, both of Creetone. W. J. King and Chas. N. Miller, of Villa Grove, came over to the county seat Saturday and attended Masonic Lodge Saturday evening. the turkey shooting match announc- ed last week for yesterday, was postpon- ed to some later date on account of its interfering with the Villa Grove shoot. It is reported that the Roll mill at Bonanza is soon to be moved to Garfield, where it will be used on ore from Mon- arch by the Fern mining company, of Salida. D. S. Jones and John Smith, of Car- nero, passed through town Sunday with their cattle which they had been round- ing np in California and other gulch'ea on the Upper Saguaohe. The Odd Fellows lodge will have an election of officers next Tuesday night. At the same time the past grands will cast their votes for grand lodge offices. A full attendance ia desired. P. M. Jones has in this issue an an- nouncement in rhyme of his large stock of clothing, gents furnishings, hats, caps etc., just received from the city, and which he is selling at moderat~ prices. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. com- pany are laying in a stock of 50,000 lbs. of Pansy flour and 10,000 pounds of bran. The Mack & Lockett freighting outfit are hauling it in from Monte Vista this week. J. H. Williams, TTM. Alexander, Dan Howard and Henry Gould went over to Villa Grove last evening to be ready for the shooting match today. We expect timt this crowd will get a good share of the meat. Among the country Masons who were in town to attend a meeting of the lodge i last Saturday we noticed S. W. Hodding i and N. Ward, of the Upper Saguache, D. S. Jones, of Carnero, and J. N. Cole- man, of Lower Saguache. William and Ed Munro and Thee. H. Thompson expect to start for Chicago on Saturday to attend ~he national live stock association meeting, they being among the delegates elected by the Sa- guache Stock Growers association. County clerk elect J. W. Cook and wife of Crestone were in town last Thurs day looking for a house to occupy about January 1st, and we are told that they have rented the new house just complet- ed by Mrs. E. G. Hazard on San Juan avenue. Thos. Noland and wife will leave for Chicago tomorrow, where Tom will at- tend the live stock convention as a dele- gate, while Mrs. Noland visits friends. They will also visit with relatives at Kansas City on their way home and will probably be gone several weeks. John G. Huntington and Frank Ea- kins, who have been surveying for the past three weeks on Tuttle creek and at Klondike camp, for F. M. Woods and O. D. Bryan, came down Monday and left for their home at Victor Tuesday. They surveyed for patent 18 claims in thes.e two camps. G. F. Stodghill, general manager of the Salida Telephone-Telegragh Co., drove over from Bonanza Monday evening. While at Bonanza he put in a new phone and made some necessary changes in the line at the Rawley mine. He also put the phone at the CRESCENT office in good condition while here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson, of Cot- ton Creek, accompanied by Mrs. R. A. Mooney, a aiater of the Peterson boys, who has been a resident of Telluride for the past 12 years, were in /own the first of the week. Mrs, Mooney is well known in by many af the old residents of Sa- guache, but she has not visited the town before for several years. Mr. snd Mrs. Eugene Williams enter- taiued at ,n elegantly appointed six course dinner the first of the week. In the (.enter of the table was it large bunch of petunias. Those seated were Misses Lockott, Itope and Lizzie Williams, Hal- cyon Ellis, Era Adair and Messrs. Luen- yen, Pittenger, Davidsou, Roy Williams, J. R. and Alonzo Morgan. announcing his livery business. Mrs. O. O. Fellows of Beeper has been staying with her sister Mrs. Guy Jewell for the past ten days. Mime Emma Nehls, a graduate of the Saguache county high school, began a term of school at Alder last week. Hank Braham was over from Villa Grove Monday after a load of turkeys for the Thanksgiving shooting match. Amethyst Rebekah lodge has received an invitation to attend a calico ball to be given by the Crestone Rebekahs tonight. The county health officer closed the school in Dist. No. 25 last week on ac- count of diphtheria among the Mexicans. Attorney Adams and M. S. Dennis, of Creetone, were in town Monday and Tuesday, having business with the coun- ty court. The stage for Villa Grove will here- after leave Saguache at k30 p. m., that being the schedule.time as fixed by the department. Miss Della Duncan, who is teaching school on the Cochetopa, was in Sa- guache Saturday and Sunday, the guest of Mrs. J. B. Morgan, W. R. Donnell and family, of Alder, have again moved down to the Williams ranch, east of town, where they have their cattle for the winter. John E. Ashley, John W. Bolton and Thos. H. Thompson, of Bonanza, were in attendance at a meeting of Olive Branch Masonic Lodge last Saturday night. John MoKenzie and son arrived here from Victor Monday, and they are now doing some assessment work at Klon- CHRISTMAS" Our beautiful t;ollday stock is full of quality, variety, beauty and I good taste displayed in gores of the Nicest 6iTts ImagmabIe for old and young. With the BEST OF EVERYTHING This new holiday season brings. We invite your patronage, because you cannot afford to pass us by. Popular Presents at Popular Prices Are our inducements to one and all, christmas buying at our { store results in the delight of the folks at home. i~ We place at your disposal appropiate gifts for every member of I~ the family. ~. MERRY MONEY SAVING CHRISTMAS,i i $atuache pharmacy . Frank Pfltenger, Mngr. dike camp on claims located by Mr. Mc- Kenzie during the summer. , The county commissioners will meet on next Monday, Dec. 2nd, for the pur- pose of making the tax levy for the year and attending to any other business that may properly come before the board at that time. Charley Timney came down from Bo- nanza last Friday and on Saturday he took back a load of grain purchased of n Saguache ranchman. He reports that there ia more work going on now at the camp than at any time for years past. The Saguache Pharmacy Co. has so largely increased its stock of goods that it has had to enlarge its advertising apace, and of course trade will increase iu like proportion. This store has a new and large stock of goods suitable for the holldays. The S.C.H.S. class met with J~ase R. Morgan last week. The following officers were elected for the month: Chas Koll- man, pres., Frank Means, sec, Arch Lockett, rustler. The class numbers 13, a regular class organization has been ef- fected, meeting once each month. The house on the Higgins ranch, 7 miles west of town, owned by Sam Cal- fort, was entirely destroyed by fire last Thursday. The house was unoccupied and it is supposed to have caught from a camper's fire. We understand that it Pains in the Back Are symptoms of a weak, torpid or stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver, and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect, so important is a healthy action of these organs. They are commo:lty "attended by loss of energy, lack of courage, and some- times by gloomy foreboding and de- spondency. "I had pains in my bacK, could not sleep and when I go~ up in the morning felt worse than the night before. I began tak- ing Hood's Sarsaparilla and now I can sleep and get up fee]i:~g rested and able to do my work. I attribute my cure entirely to Hood's Sarsaparilla." Man. J. N. PERRY, care H. S. Copeland, Pike Road, Ala. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles, relieve the back, and build up the whole system. Local. Light gray overcoat left at the Ameri- can house about the time the Saguache foot ball team went to Salida. Owner can have same by paying for this notice. Mrs. Colvin. Only a few of the Ladies cut price Jackets left. Don't be too late, as money saved is money earned. was insured in some Denver company for ~The Gotthelf & Tarbell a small amount. ............ ~ Mercantile CO.~ J. E. Mitchell will leave for Chicago ~@q~e~e@~@@@@@~@@@~@@~ Saturday or Sunday, being a delegate to the live stock convention. If he can get the time on his ticket extended for 30 days, he will also visit his old home in Jefferson county, Ohio, the first time for nearly 40 years, and will probably ex- tend his trip to Pittsburg, Penn., where a brother is living. B. J. Timney was over from Bonanza a few days ago after two big loads of pola- toes which he purchased from Michael Jordan. This camp is using a large quantity of produce, hay, grain, etc. pro- cured in this section of the valley, and if there were more such camps near Sa- guache the ranchmen would have a sale for all they raise without having to pa- tronize the railroads. Horace Means and wife started on their eastern trip lest Saturday. Mr. Means took seven cars of cows to th, Omaha market, and from there they will go to Chicago where they will spend a week or ten days, takivg in the livestock convention. They will then go to Wash- ington and probably to New York and Boatdn, returning by the way of Floride, New Orleans and Fort Worth. Any friends wishing to fimi them during their stay in Chicago can get their address by calling upon C. S. Cornelius, 5315 Wash- 1200 PAIR of SHOES. On the way just to sort up sizes with, but this is a small item to what we have now in stock. We have shoes from ehe cheapest to the best aml can fit all, The Gottholf & Tarbell More. Co. We have just received 480 pairs of rubbers for the little tots, the ulisses' the yonths, ladies and men, in all qual- ities and right prices. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. Co. Stoves For Sale. Two good second hand heating stoves, with pipe and zincs, call at this office, or at California barn. We can supply yo ~ now with your ap- ples for winter. The Johnathan and G;mo we consider all right and are sell- ir,g them at Denver quotations. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. Co. 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 kiuds of plain sewing done. Mary A. Sherman. You can still get your job work done at the old stand. We have probably the The weather prophet predicts all kinds of storms and bad weather for Thanks- giving day and thereafter till nearly the middle of December. But all signs and prophecies sometimes fail in this favored locality. A civil case from Crestone occupied the attention of the county court Mon- day afternoon. It was that of Marquis and Clark vs W. B. Walling, brought to recover $4:25 claimed to be due as wages. The court dismissed the attachment pro- ceedings and gave judgment for plain- tiffs in the sum of $263. R. Z. Adams appeared for plaintiffs and J. W, David- son for defendant. Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys are your kidney trouble. blood purifiers, they fib ter out the waste or impurities in the blood, If they areslck or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, achesandrheu- matism come from ex- cess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is ovcr-worklng in pumping thick, kidney- poisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to b~ traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin- ning In kidney trouble, If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits ~/~_.,.___ by all druggists in fifty- cent and one-dollar siz- ~...~.J[~ Ca. You may have a~=~~ sample bottle by mail Homo of Swamp-Roo. free, also pamphlet telling you how to find out tf you have ktdney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer & (3o., Binghamton, N. Y. " , [" UF~LINGAME & CO., A: AY 0FFIGE-0 CHEMICAL LABORA'f OR Eetablishedin Colorado,18~6. 8.mples bymailor express will receive prompt and careful attention finld g 211vat Ralllna Refined, Mslted and Assay~l uv,w wv,,~v, um,,vn OR PURCHAaI[D. : : e rat]0n Ts,ts__100 lb,. or ear to,d tota Write for terms. . i : :: ~a L.wrenee St.. Denver, Colo, ACE. ~l~OU cannot i,upr-vc UI)OP, nature No forcing process will ripen so well--so naturally, as time. Seven years of ripen. ing in barrels iu every sealed bottle of ingtou avenue. They expect to be gone from home about a month. Deafneee Cannot be Cured b:~ local applications as they cannot roach the dtsoased portion of the ear. There ia only one best job printing outfit in the San Luis Q fl TAYLOR u.u.. W_ S K=K way to cure deafness, and that is by eonstitu- [ and Gano apples at Denver quotations. ~' ' " ' ' ' " * tional remedies Deafness is caused by an in- , ........ . - ~~ flamed condition of the mucous linin~ of the i 1'no r~gn~ tune ~o ouy ts now, an~ attne Eustachian Tube When this tube gets mflamod [ O~,,tth~lF ,~, Tarbell Mere C~ ~ ~tnr~ -:" ~ Pr" c" t,e~ ri ............................. you have a rumDtxngsounu or nnp [e ~ t ng and when xt ]s entirely cloeed deafness is the re'- ~'~ ...... suit, and unless the inflammation car, be takeu l Picture frames ~n sizes from 8x10 to "l'rod~ Nupp. ied i~y out and this tube restored to its normal condi- ~.. ~ ...... .- - tion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nitle ] IDX2U, gOOU assortment to seLec~ Ires at eases out of ten are caused by catarrh, whmh is i T ~ R'Mlor'a nothmg but an inflamed comlitmn ,)f the mu-[~" " ........... cous surfaces. valley and we will continue to do all classes of work neatly and promptly. Apples, Apples, Apples, Johnathan we [~FE LON DONER, Grocer, Den ver. I TltE 13RI DA [IA M QOEREAU DRUG ~-~- CO., Whoie~aie Druggists, Denver. f we will give One Hundred Dollars for an:i I Picture mouldmgsin gilt bronze and GEe. E. TAYLOR, case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot I ., .... - - ,'~ - ~ [ , ~ilver from Z to lnones in Wlotn can oe be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. 8end for cir- ] ~ . . Wholesale Drug ~st, Leadvill~ culars, free ........ ] f, und at J J Keller s i F J ('HENE&CU Tmeuo u " " " 8oh1 by Druggists, 75c. I . .--. -~a~- ~,t mu aaa 1 Hall's Family Pills are the best. J ~. O. Tay,or Wnltl~e,, ere pure mac. G.O i'~ylor Whiskiesorgreat value tothestoK PROFESSIONAL CARDS. INC. W, DAVIDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, Will practice in all courts. Colo. J. TlgACY ~MEL VIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office oppoeite Union Hall, San Juan avo- ,ue. Calls promptly answered, day or night, ,;xamlning Surgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau, 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D, Villa Grove. Colo. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANYI Dealers In Saguache County fsn v.. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mOLlS gram field of Colo- rado. Propei-ty rented for non-res- idents, taxes paid and insur- ance written. A General Bnklng Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Principal Cities of Europe. Safe Deposit Boxc~ for Rent. OFFICER8 AND DIRECTORS. ~SAAC GOTTHELF, President. LEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Caehier. W~. F. BOYD, Aest. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORRESPONDENTS. Kountze Bros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. Firet Nationa~ Bank. Pueblo. Colo. RELIABLE ASSAYS ~old ............ = :~t Gold and 8n,er..* 7s Lead ............ Gold,silver,copper 1.50 8amp/e~ by mai/ reeeiue prompt attent/on, Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1429-16th St., Donner, Co~o, A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. [ have just added a large and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is In charge of one who has had many years experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic caskets. I h;~ve a hoarse. SAGUACtIE, COLO. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,000.00. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 1882. Thu 8aguac a county Bank, Pionoer Bank of Sagnacha County. TF, AMP, RICAN HOUSE SAGUACHE, COLO, MRS, M. E. COLVIN, PROP. This house has recently changed hands. The new management will aim to make it the best hotel in the valley. Good I~ds and an excellent table can be rehed upon. W. C. LOCKETT, Notary Public. Saguache Abstract Office. Saguache County Bank.