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December 12, 1901     The Saguache Crescent
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I III II SAGUACHE CRESCENT. 5AQUACII~ COLO., DEC, 12, 1901, CREgTONE. carom Miser. John W. Cook will move to the county Nat town 0arly in January. A divers ee~ is on the topis in Crrs- tomb Ws know of several more that ought to be on tap, One ear of om and cue car of. concen. trat~ was shipped from the Cleveland mine on kturday. The Independent mill boilorm were fired up Monday, They am hard at work putting their now machinery in place. Judea Wm. Mullon arrived in Crm- tone Tumday from Manitou and will re- sume tint practice of law. HIS family wi//be hero by ChristmsL A~tor running 18 tons of Garfield ore st the Boston-Cleveland mill, a clam up was made, getting a pound and It half of free gold off the plates. They are saving 80 per cent of the valure in concentrataL Hugo TTeukaufer, who has been at Pueblo for the past month, returned home Tumday evening greatly improved in health. He was at the Clark's Spring and eI~tks very highly of the healing properties of the same. His many frxande will tm pleased to learn that he is now feeling lika himself agsin. Gso, Reed and F~I Underhill wore in the vicinity of Horn's peak this week on a prmpacting trip, and discovered some fine mineral bearing claims. At an alti- tuda of about 13,000 feet they encoun- tamed a flock of very strange animals and by a good shot brought ona of the little eraaturm in. It resembles a sheep and yet does not, Its wool is as fine am silk mid remmbla a camel about the neck and ears. Some call it a chamois. They will have it mounted and put it on exhi- bition at Quinn & Coleman's store. Sheuld the Isthmus of Panama be An. sexed to the United States. Tha United States Rovernmant cannot appropriately construct a vast and per- mamma publiu work like a ship canal upon soil over which the United Stats dos not propom to become sovereign in the hzll mare at rams time. The Preach e~mpeny that owns the unfinished Pan. area canal is anmone to Nil its amens, who~wr they may be, to the United Stats government. But such a pur- ~m should not be consummated with- out nqotintions for the puroham at a Ip~0d prim from the r~publie of Colum- b/a of its long isthmian st4mtch ,rnown u the state of Panam& In time of amergonoy we alrmuiy oxeroim super- vkot7 functions in the state of Panama und~ n long standing treaty, whereby we guanmtso pea~ and order there to the qmd that the Panama railroad may be Cleated without obetrnotion. The bthmu has always been idanti~od with North America rather than with South Amm'tet, and inasmuch as the Panama railroad has long been its principal soon- omie ~totor, it has boon eepocinlly idea- tiffed with United States. Our intermts them ~ already paramount, and we could not possibly allow any disposition to be made of the isthmus that would tend to lemon our influence or authority, Our position in the Wast India and the Caribbean sea, and our soquieitiou of Hawaii, Guam and the Philippinee, point toour full acquisition of the Isthmus mum tha one amontial step to be taken in the rounding out of our policy of territorial and trade expansion. With the isthmus annexed by puroham, all diplomatic quastions about the .control of sn isth- mian sisal would adjust themselves to the chuged situation.--From "The " r n P~ of the World in the Ame ica Mouthy Review of Reviews. The Isthmian Canal Ck)mmimion, ap- pointed by congress, hem made its report and without a division recommends that the canal take the Nicaragua lake route. Its ocet will be $189,000,000, and it can ha completed in eight years. John K, Barr was convicted Monday r ~ hiRhway robbery, committed some months ago, when Mrs. Botts was held Up neer Denver and robbed of 87,000 worth of diamonds. Others accused of being accomplices are to be tried soon. The B#tte diamond robbery has furnish- ed the newspapers with much sensation- ILl news during the past year. EL J. Johnson is a~itating the question of ot~anining s home compeny to prce- pest for gas in the gas belt east and north of Hesper. The home of George has for some time boon heated and lighted by gae, and several years 86o whaa a ~ of men were at work sink. an artmlaa well in this district gas Was ~a~aok in such quantity as to lift the drill and the boring of the well et that point diseontinuKL We me no ree- sea why Mr. Johnson's scheme should pUOtmmmattrialiso with ouemm.--Hooper Th, summiq; up et the scent else|ion ' in (~mmdo shows that the repablicaus have oimtsd n majority of county o~cem and eentmllad the board of county com- Ltmtmm~ in n majority of eountisa Tlm ~blnmms elm control the state bom~ of mammal and for the next two yearn ~ ~ will fix the state valua- Mmm. The next board of amemom will ,d~ad, repub|icau 39 members, fusion 26. summa7 of theoffieere of flmdiffer. sat oin0me showsthe mpublioant sleeted S majority of the sheriffs, smemore, ooun~ eom~ and c~muty trou- umu. ,Novel Farming In San Luis Valley. Right m the heart of the mountains of southern Colorado occurs a wide open plain known as the San Luis valley. It is as level as a floor to the eye, but in reality it has,a fall of from 2 to 8 feet to the mile. This plain is very fertile when water is applied, and contains, as esti- mated 600 er more square miles of coun- try which can be cultivated. Like other land in the arid section, it must be irri- gated to be successfully farmed, but it is particularly remarkable for the quality it posse~es of freely sub-irrigating or permitting the water running along the upper side of each section to percolate through the soil in such a way that no lmrsonal attention from the farmer, as is usually necessary in irrigation, is re- quire& Indeed, the farmers have com- phdned that their chief objection to the country is the extreme monotony of the life there, that there is nothing to do during the growing Season except to watch the crops mature. Consequently many of them go into the mountains and prospect, or spend the summer picking berries or fishing, or in other recreations. Irrigation is by means of a lateral trench, dug from the main ditch, across the more elevated side of the ranch,with perhaps a few others parallel to it. lute these the water is turned, and works in- to the sail to such an extent that all parts of the ranch are thoroughly irri- gated. The soil is rater a sandy loam of fairly even depth, beneath which a bed of hardpan is supposed to exist, which keeps the water from sinking to such great depths that the soil cannot absorb it. The San Luis valley receives its water from the Rio Grands which rises in the mountain country near by. From this river the necessary ditches are run and the wat*r conducted to the lands. For several years the division of hy- drography of the U. S. geological survey has been making investigations on the Rio Grands river in Colorado, to ascer- tain its discharge, and has established gaging stations at Del Norte, Los Mago- tee and @enicero. Investigations for the further conservation of the river's head waters are also in progress.--From Bul- letin United State# Geological Survey division of Hydrography. Have You Books or Mats- zlnes to Bind? We do law, Hedlcal, Library, ALL KINDS 0F BOOKBINDING. Books bound in every conceivable style. Old books rebound. Art and fine bindings. Blank book makers. Hall Williams, 1441 Curtis St. Denver, oi0. If Not, Why Not ? If you are not a subscriber of the CRESCENT why do you not be- come one ? It is the ONLY News- paper Published at the County Seat and giving ALL THE NEWS of Town and County, It gives a full report of the busi- ness transacted by the County Oommiuionar~ and the other offi- oer~ of the County. News that every citizen is interested in. Try it Six Months for $1.00. THE CRESCENT, Saguache, Colo. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. ~his pr~pa~'~t, ion cont~in~ all of the digestan~s ~,~d digests rd! kinds of food. It gi~,cs iu~ta~r~ relie~ and never falls to curc. It allows You to eat all the food you waist, The mos~ sensitive stomachS can t~l~e it. By itsus~ many thousands of dyspeptics have been eured after everything else failed. It lJ unequalled for all stomach troublea It oan't help but de you good only by E. O. D~Wz~J~ & Co.. Chica~ - ~ ~. bottle contams~i times thellO~. e n n III I I PUBLICATION LIST ~OF.~ Foz the Yeax. 1000. Tzzasm~s Office, el, Stjtc of Colo.do--St~achc Coenty. Pub~ notice h hereby given thtt I will, acco~dtag to hv, offu st public ude~ st the oHic~ of the T~AJut~ of $&guache Coenty and Stttc of Colorulo, on Friday, December I 3th, 1901, an& ~g days, ~c.ln~ at the hour of ~0 e'cleck ~t. M. o fsakl d&y, so m~h of the following da~Ibe~ real estate situate in said coonty on which taxes for the yea~ 189~, |899 and 1900 have not been pakl, as shall be ~ to pay said tax~ inte~ and pcmdtieJ and the tax on personal property, to-wlt: KNOWN LANDS--TAX OF lgc~. .............................. nw qr 15 ................................ sw qr .................................. se qr 29 Bhthop, Wm ............................... so qr 28 ................................ s hf Baeidey, We. and Ed ..................... se qr Bo|te~, John W .................... nw qr no qr $ do ........................... sw qr se qr 85 do ........................... ehf sw qr do ............. sw qr nw qr, nw qr sw qr 85 Browell. H. C ............................. se qr 83 BilIman, M~ E ....................... nw qr 4 Beskman, David ........................... so qr 5 .............................. seqr 88 Butters, J. 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