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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (FORMZttLX eAGUA~ D'~XOG'K.&T.) Entered at the post office at Saguaehe, Colo- rado, as second-cla~ mail :vattar. SA(IUACHE, COLO., DEC. 5, 1901. Read Gee. Sherman's new ad. The fancy work oTuh met with Mrs. Ned Lockett on Tuesday afternoon. Alex Harenc ig having some assess- ment work done at Ford creek this week. The band boys have ftted up a room in the rear of the town hall for a practice room. The Beckley Packing House and P. M. Jones & Co. have placed new safes in their stores. Charlie Gillispie and William Rich- ards, of Villa Grove, wore at the county seat last Saturday. Margaret Lcokett went down to the 41 country for Thanksgiving with her par- ents, returning Sunday. The genial Thee. Tough, of the Wheat belt country, was shaking hands with friends in town Tuesday. Silas Warren, son and nephew, and W. A. Noflbinger, of the 41 country, were in Saguache Tuesday morning. Miss Della Duncan left Friday morn- ing for Winnetka, Ill., where .she will visit for some time with a sister. We are compelled-to leave out our "directory" column again this week on account of so much news matter. John Farrington !e laying a substan- tial plank sidewalk on the east and soutb side of the Duns block this week. Mrs. Frank Carlson was taken very sick Tuesday evening and it m said that she is threatened with pneumonia. Harry Little drov~ in yesterday on his way from Lake City and Silverton to bin home at Lone Cedar station. Governor Orman has appointed the Ray. J. Wallace Ohl, of Salida, chaplain of the 2nd Reg. national guard Colorado. General Bloomfield drove up from Monte Vista Monday, and was engaged in some cases before the county court on Tuesday. Andrew Forbes will have a public auc- tion of 30 choice bucks, at Werner's liv- ery barn, at Saguache, Saturday, Dee. 7, 1901, at 1 o'clocksharp. Prof. Jesse R. Morgan spent Thanks. giving with the family of James Slane, at the ranch on the Upper Ssguache. He returned home Sunday. We are glad to again receive a com- munication from our Villa Grove corres- pondent and we hope to print news items from there every week in the future. John MoDonough and son Will were down from Cochetopa last Friday, They took back with them some big loads of grain and provisions for use during the winter. A new hard pine floor will be laid in Union hall and with the new gasoline lights will make quite an improvemept. Let the good work go on, every improve- ment helps the town. Mrs. Schwaekenberg has moved back to Villa Grove from Salida, and wishes us to announce that she is again ready to serve all with meals and lodging at her old place in Villa Grove. Hope Jones, Stella Hurt, Maud Ickes, Era Adair, Adds DeCamp, Elmer Duel- son and Archie'Lockett, of the county high school, spent Thanksgiving with their folks at home. Prof. Cooperrider, Ralph Rowan, and the Misses Mete Hall, F. E. A. Lewis at,d Edna Rosebrough, all of Hesper, were visiting with the family of Prof. J. B. Morgan from Thanksgiving Until Sunday. George Hazard has just received near of apples from the Montezuma valley. This makes about three car loads of ap- ples brought into town this fall and our people certainly ought to be able to buy this fruit at a very reasonable price. Alba Ward returned from the east lest Saturday. He spent tbe past six weeks in Iowa, Dakota and Minnesota, visiting friends and seeing the country. Alba says that this country suits him very well. A cousin from Iowa accompanied him home. A private communication from Alfred Seheffer, who was compelled to leave Hesper several months ago on account of poor health, says that he is now. get- ting along finely, and expects to be en- tirely well in the course of 2 or3 months. He is located in Denver for the winter. Harvey Ellis, wife and two children, and Henry Ellis, o,* Millegan, Montana, arrived in Ssguache Monday and wiB spend some time visiting with friends in this vicinity. Mrs. Ellis is a sisler of Mrs. John [-I. Williams, and the Ellis boys are brothers of Meek and George., They were residents of Saguache about 20 years ago. O. O. Taylor Whisklett ate guaranteed pure. Mrs. Lyons returned from Denver the first of the week. Frank Stahl and Mr. McCook were in from the Duun rnneh Monday. We print this week some interesting notes from the Klondike camp. M. S. Denton, the jeweler, has just put in a stock of clocks and spectacles Jim Ham and Tug Wilson were in town from Bonanza Sunday and Monday. F. M. Hills of Villa Grove made a trip over to the Robertson flouring mill yes- terday. W. H. Graham and Curt Raybell, of Center, were attending couniy court on Tuesday. P.W. Luengen is spending several days with Judge Tracts, at San Isabel this week. i Rector J. W. Ohl preached in the Episcopal church at Villa Grove last Monday night. The ladies' aid society will hold a sale of fancy and useful articles at Dunn's ball next Saturday. John Triton and J~hu Davey shipped 15 cars of cattle from Moffat last Satur- day billed to the river. T. M. Lyons returned from a trip to San Luis Saturday morning, where he had been to look at some sheep, The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. com- pany have received a stock of beet sugar, probably of Colorado manufacture. The play to have been given by the county high school pupils last week has been postponed until December 20th. Mary B. Davey, wife of John Davey, of Russell Springs, was registered at the Americau house, Denver, Thanksgiving. Eli Weddington, an old timer at Bo- nanza, started yesterday for southern California, where he will probably spend the winter. O.O. Fellows of 41-9 was t:p to Sa- guache to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Fellows, who has been visiting in town for the past two weeks. Thos. Roberts, of Cochetopa, was in town several days last week. He came down after a bunch of about 70 steers purchased of Ward Bros. Henry Clark returned home Saturday. He has been spending a pleasant ten days vacation in Denver where he went with a shipment of cattle. County Commissioners John Welt,y, Frank Brown and John E. Ashley were in town Monday and Tuesday attending i a special meeting of the board. Attorney James P. Veerkamp, of Monte Vista, was in Saguache from Monday until Wednesday of this week. He was engaged in the trial of some cases in the county court. Curt Raybell, who has had serious trouble with his eyes for several years, is now entirely blind in one eye, and the other is neatly blind. He expects to go to Denver nex~ week to consult a spe- cialist. By the looks our merchants expect a large Christmas trade if the extensive anti,attractive displays have anything to do with it. To say the least you can find any article desired for Christmas in our town. Our fine weather caught a bad cold yesterday. The mountains around us are white w~th snow but not enough fell in the valley to lay the dust. Reports from Bonanza say that there was about two inches on the ground there yester- day morning. wo//-/epr ted atthe I live stock convention being held in Chi- [cage this week. ~hose attending from here are Horace Means, W. L. Curtis, Thos. Noland, William and Ed Munro, John Lawrence and J. E. Mitchell There may be others present from the county, but we have not ]earned who they are. Messrs. Means and Noland are accompanied hy their wives. As we predicted last week, the Sa- guache marksmen brought home most of the meat put up at the shooting match given at Villa Grove on ~hanksgiving day. Out of one beef, one porker and fourteen turkeys shot for our boys car- 'tied offall but two turkeys and half a hog. The Sa]ida gunners failed to show up, and only eight or ten took part in the match. Those who went from here were Henry: Gould, John H. Williams, T. M. Ale~,~hdor an_d Dan Howard. W. D. Hess of 419 and Bertha M. El- tin of Ssguache were married yesterday at high noon at the residence of the bride's father, Gee: P. Ellis, on the Low- er Saguache. Roy. E. O. Butler ,)f the Baptist church officiated. The framed late relatives of the bride, Jo~ Mayfield ands brother and sister of Mr. H,~es, frnm the 41country,and Harvey Ellis and wife of Milegan, Moutana, witnessed the ceremony. After dinner was served the uewly wedded pair departed for their home already prepared a few miles north west of [I,,oper. =-- This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo,Quinine Tam~, the remedy that eui'~ a ~,id 111 o~, dslV O. O. Taylor Whiskies, grow In popularity. The Ladies Aid Society Of the Methodist church will have ladies and children's aprons, a few fancy arti- cles and home-made candies on sale in Dunn's Hall Saturday, December 7th, during morning and afternoon. Ladies Exchange. The ladies circle will have for sale at Dunn's Hall the following articles, cake, pies, doughnuts, cookies, rolls, chickens, etc. The sale will begin Nov. 16 and be held every alternate Saturday thereafter. Will receive orders prior to date of sale for any of the articles to be sold. .I. Pulpit Announcements. ;~ At the Methodist church next Sunday ~=~ the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will :M be administered at the close of the morn- inK service. Roy. C. E. Butler is giving at the evening service, in addition to the sermon a series of brief sketches of the lives of hymn writers The one chosen / [PROFESSIONAL CARDS. This is to notify you that we are fully prepared to take th~[ 'NO. W. DAVIDSON, ~ contract of supplylng you with Attorney at Law, Saguache, Colo. = Just What You Want For :CHRISTMAS Our beautiful Loliday stock is full of quality, variety, beauty and good taste displayed in scores of the .= Nicest {iifts Will practice in all courts. J. T_lgACY MELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office op~mite Union Hall, San Juan see- ,us. Calls promptly answered, day or niaht. b;xamtnins Surgeon U. 8. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D, VilIa Grove. Colo. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Seguaehe Cout~ty Bank. for next Sunday is Fanny Crosby, the author of "Blessed Assurance." Go to Jones' for Xmas goods. 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 q plain sewing done. Mary A. Sherman. Of Benefit to You. D. S. Mitchell, Fulford, Md: "During a long illness I was troubled with bed sores, was advised to try DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful results, I was perfectly cured. It is the best salve on the market." Sure cure for piles, sores, burns. Beware of coun- terfeits. Ssguache Pharmacy. z~ We get our clothing and furnishing goods direct from the factory. P. M. Jones. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Chancy for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fin- ancially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. W~ST & 'l'auAx, wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. WAhntNo, KII, r~AN & MARVIN, Wholesale Drug- gists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills the are best. In staple and fancy Christmas goods you cannot go amiss on our stock. ~Ve have everything the heart could wish. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. Jones pays cash for grain, produce, hides and pelts. Hay For Sale. I offer for sale about 100 tons, part wild hay aud 'part alfalfa. Use of corral for feeding, with plenty of well and run- ning water, given to purchaser if desired. At tl~e Russell ranch, one mile south of Saguache. 49-tf Ed Cochran. z~ The old, the young, the rich, the poor, our Christmas stock adore. Staple and fancy goods of all kinds you will find at the big store. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mar. Co. Overcoats! Overcoats! A1 and cheap at Jones' Gash Store. You will save time and money by pur- chasing your Christmas goods of The Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. Oregon City woolen goods are the best and cheapest. Jones sells them. We have the largest, finest and best assortment of Christmas goods ever brought to Saguache. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. Santa Claus will arrive in town soon and establish his headquarters at P. M. Jones & Co's. Do not be in haste to buy your Christ- man goods until you see our line. We have the goods you want and at prices that will tempt you to buy. The Gotihelf & Tarbell Co. Stops tl~e Cough aud works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-0,uinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, no Pay. Price 25 cents. ~0od Things Come Slow. That is the way with our Christmas goods. In making our selections we took time, ~n filling our very particular order the wholesaler took time, and now it is time to buy and we will give you our time to help yot~ select what you want. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. J ncient To health and happiness is Sero~la~ as ugly as ever since time immemorial. It causes bunches in the neck, dis. figures the skin, inflames the m~]cous membrane, wastes the mt~scles, weak- ens the bones, reduces ti~ power of resistance to disease and the capacity for recovery, at~d dewelops into con- sumption. "A bunch appeared on the left slde of my neck. It caused great pain, was lanced, and became a running sore. I went into a general decline. I was persuaded to try Hood's Sarsaparli.~a. aud when I had taken six bottles my neck was healed, and I have never had any trouble of the kind since." M~u. K. T. S~YnER, Troy, Ohio. Sarsaparilla and Pills .~,i~ rid you of it, radically and per- :=~,.=~,,tly, as faey have rid ~ousanda. Imaginable for old and young. With the ~ W.C. LOCKETT, r, BEST OF EVERYTHING Notary PUblic. This new holiday season brings. We invite your patronage., ~_~=~ I Saguaohe Abstract Office. because you cannot afford to pass us by, Popular Presents at PopularPr,es" "THH A HRIUAN HOUGH : i SASUACHE, COLO, Are our inducements to one and all, christmas buying at our store results in the delight of the folks at home., i ~ MRS. Ms E. C-O[VIN, PROP, We place at your disposal appropiate gifts for every member of ~ This house has'----recently changed , the family. hands. The new management will aim We insure you a saving of t~me and worry in sIections and a " to make it the best hotel in the valley. m Good beds and an excel:ent table can be m rehed upon. MERRY MONEY SAVING CHRISTMAS, i " . m Satuache Pharmacy Co. ". II Frank Pittenger, Mngr. $i The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. The Ili~everer of ~t at Werk la ~1~ Laboratory. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep- tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by it--heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney dtsease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad- vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Then the richness of the blood--the albumen ~leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kllmer e Swamp.Root the new dis- covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases, after all other efforts have failed. At druggists tn fifty-cent and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book telling about Swamp- Root and its wonderful cures. Address Dr. Kllmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. and mention this paper. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E, W, Grove's signature is on each box. 25o. Apples For Sale, I have just received a carload of fine eating and cooking apples from the Montezuma Valley, that I am selling at Durango prices, by the box. Better bay soon for they are going rapidly. George Hazard. Stoves For Sale. Two good second hand heating stoves, with pipe and zincs, call at this office, or at California barn. For the ~toys. James Camper wants to buy all the old copper and rubber he can get. He will pay 5 cents a pmtud for copper, and one cent and a half for old rubber. I buy ~anny sacks. I pay 12 cents a dozen for beer bottles. Vinegar 5 cents per beer bottle full. Bright'~ Disease, The largest sum ever paid for a pre- scription, changed hands iu 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 incu ruble diseases They commenced the serious investi- gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. Tbey interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by putting over 3 dozen caee~ on the try-aSsent a~d w~t,et~- ing them. They also got physicians to name chronic, incurable cases, and ad- ministered it with the pi~ysicians for jm]ges. Up t,) Aucust 25, 87 per cent. of the test cases w~re either well or pro- gressing favorably. There being but 13 per cent of f~ilures t h~ parties were satisfied snd closed the t,..nsaction. Ti~e I,roceo,liug~ of the in- vestigating committee and t h~ cheu~ical rei:orls of the test cases were pllblished r~({ wilt be mailed free on ~pplication, Address John J. Fulton Company, 420 M,,ntgomery street, Jau Francisco. Oali- fornia. 46-1yr, The special grand jury summoned early this month by Judge Johnson to to investigate alleged irregularities in the proceedings of the Denver West Side criminal court during the preceding ass- men, over which Judge Mullins presided made its report last Wednesday and re- turned indictments as follows: H. H. Tammen, nine counts, charged with em- bracory and attempt to got others to bribe a jury' Robert Schrader, seven counts, bribery and perjury. Daniel J. Saddlier, seven counts bribery and per- jury. W.J. Thomas, three counts, di- I rect charges of bribery and ombracory. Health and Beauty. A poor complexion is usually the re- sult of a torpid liver or irregular action i of the bowels. Unlesa nature's refuec ie !oarriod off it will surely cause impure blood. Pimples, beds and other erup- tions follow. '['his is nature's method of ~hrowiug off the poisoue which the bow- ets failed to remove. DeWitt'e I~ittle Early Rtsore are world famous for rem- edying this condition. They stimulate the liver and promote regular and heal- thy action of the bowels but never cause griping, cramps or distress. Safe pills. Saguache Pharmacy. The Denver city hall was almost en- t.irel) destroyed by fire last Sunday, en- tailing a loss of about $80~)00, covered by insurance. Tuesday evening the Croke & Tho.~ae company's furniture store burned. Loss $75,(,00, ........ CHEMICAL brt,uE,.o,.,,o.., i~stablithedin Cotorado,l~ aaml~les by mlttlor ~x~re~s will receive prompiand careful attention ~a[~ .~. RIIvar I~,,lllnn Re~ned, Melted snd Asuyed U ~t ~ I~lll'gl Vn,l,UU OR pUII~CHA~,[n. ":'=~:~:a~!00 Tests-~'''. o~car ,os~ ,o:, ' Write for terms. i ,~ ;,- ~; "awr~qle ~t.. Ueavel. Col~.*- DOCTORS Prescribe th~:m becaus~ they never vary from o~,: ~,;.',ard of med/cinal quality~ the hl hc ~t lt(~ (1 "g ". ~ a , .octws are careful folks. You trust your lamily doctor~of course. Ask him. fl (I TAYLOR In sealed bottles only Of DtxtggLsts. T~ade .gupplied By WOLFE LONDONER, Grocer, Denver. THE BRIDA H.~_M-QLTEREAU DRUG CO., WholesaleDruggists, Denver. GEe. E. TAYLOR, Wholesale Drug glut, Leadville Now is the time to leave your order For Ghristmas Fowls. We always have on hand the best Beef, Mutton &c., to be found in a first class Meat Market. GEORGE SHERMAN G.O ~ylor Whiskies of great value to th~ sicit 8agua a U0unty BanL Pioneer Bank of Sasuache County. Or~tuized, May, 1850. Innorporated, July, 18~2. cAPrrA ST0CX, ,ooo.0 A GeaeraI Banking Busi- ness Transacted. Drafts Issued on Prindpal Cities of Europe. Sa[e Deposit Box~ for Rent. OFFICER8 AND DIRECTOI~. ~ldAA(~ GOT]'HELF, President. ,LEOPOLD ~tlAYER, Vice-Pres. CtlARLE8 TARBELL, (~hier. W~. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. CORllE8PONDENFe. Kountze Bros., NOw York City. ~'ir~t National Bank, Denver, Colo. First Nationa~ Bank, Pueblo. Colo. ii i ,u, i RELIABLE ASSAY8 Gold ............ $ .50 Gold and 8ilver..$ 7~ Lead ............. 50 Gold, silver,copper 1.50 8amplss b~ mall reeeiue prompt utte,t/o.. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1429-1~th b~t., Den~er, Oolo. i SAGUAGHE GOUNTY ABSTRACT GOMPANY, Dealers In Sa~ache Co.nty REAL ESTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For aslo in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- % mous gram field of {3olo- , rude. Property rented for non-ros- xdent~, taxes paid and tnsur- anee written. SAGUACtIE, COLO. A, BREWER, Livery and Feed Stable, Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. I have just added a largo and com- plete line of UNDERTAKING GOODS. This department is m charge of one who has had many yeb.rs experience as an undertaker and funeral director. My line of coffins runs from the cheapest to fine metalic caskets. I have a bourse.