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The 6oods are RIIIM. Jewelry 40 Per Cent Discount. The Prices are Rights eatuachc Pharmacy Co SAGUACHE CRESCENT. (FOR~RL~ SAUUAOH~ nalmo~T.) ~'mored at the post offieaat Sea.each., Colo. rado, as second-class mail ,,attar. SAfiUACHE, COLO., DEC. 197 1901. W. L. Curtis returned from Chicago on Sunday. Thee. Noland and wife are visiting in Kansas City. :m= Will Warner goes to Denver today with G. W. Beckley. The Little Brown Jug at high school building tomorrow night. The Presbyterian Guild met with Mrs. Gee. Curtis Tuesday afternoon. G. W. Beckley will leave Moffat this morning for Denver with a car of cattl.. John Lawrence is now in St. Louis, where he may remain until after the holidays. Several weddings-are scheduled to come off in the town and county be- tween now and New Years. D. J. MoIntosh, of Bonanza was at the county seat Monday attending to some business in the probate court. O. B. Mack, Len Townsend and IT. G. Rockwell are putting in their spare time these days painting scenery for the Uncle Bube play. W. E. Gardner will move to Saguache about Jan. 1st, and he will succeed John I. Palmer as county school superinten. dent on January 1lab. Sam Feast, postmaster at Moffat, now has the postoffice in one corner of his store. Miss Cook, a sister of John W. CoOk, is in charge as aesistanL Mrs. Butler conducted services at the Methodist church last Sunday evening, Mr. Butler the pastor, bemg unable to fill his appomtment on acuount of eiok- ne~o At Saguaohe the themometer on Fri- day morning registered 4: degrees below zero, Saturday morning it was zero at Saguaohe, 17 below at Bonanza and 20 below at Villa Grove. Hen. A. J. Johnson, an uncle of our W. A. Johnson, died at Hot Springs, S, D. last week and was buried at Akron, Colo., Saturday under the direction of the Masonic fraternity. County clerk elect, John W. Cook, with his family came over from Crmtone yesterday and his household ~px~da are following by slow freight. He will occu- py Mrs. Hazard's new hou~ on Sen Juan avenue. R. E. Martin, who has lived on the Jule Pierson ranch at the end of Dunn lane for the past year, died last Satur- day of consumption. The body was taken east for burial on Monday. He leaves a wife and two small children, both girls. The Munro brothers returned from the Chicago live stock show last week. They report having seen several former Saguache people who now reside in that windy city, among them being Judge Allen, C. S. Cornelius, J.H. Rodman and families. All members of the library association that have special books they wish to have added to the library, please leave the list of same with the librarian or Prof. J. B. Morgan before Jan. 1, 1902, to give the committee time to consider had act on same before the next order of books are purchased. On last SaturdaTevening Saguache Camp No, 28, W. of W., elected the fol- lowing officers for the term beginning Jan. 1st, viz: O. B. Mack, C. C.; Gee. C. Sherman, A. L.; Birt Clare, Clerk; Fairbanks, Banker; Oscar Proffit, Es- corl; C. A. Scandrett, W,tohman; John Colviu, Sentry; W. C. Lockeit, Manager. Installation will be held on the first Sat- urday evening in January. The C. F. & I. C~. have made some needed improvemts at Ihe Ori$nt Iron mines, and thereby bettered conditions generally, and esoecially the health and comfort of their employees. The large buck house has been celled and made much warmer, and it has been partition- ed off into sleeping rooms. A room hen also b~n fixed up for a reading and lonning room, and newspapers and meg azines will be furnished by the company. They have also established refuse cans at the different houses, that will be cart. ed away and dumped outside the camp at regular intervals. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet& All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25C. You will save time and money by pur- chasing your Cilristmas goods of The Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. Shooting match next Tu~day. " John I. Palmer went to Denver tin: Wednesday. Perry Allen is clerking for P. Mt Jones & Co. . : "Uncle Rube" will be at Union hail:. Friday night Dee. 27th. ,,: Uncle George Koogle hu been ap~: pointed postmuter at Irid. '~ . Masonic Election. Olive Branch Lodge No. 32 A. F. & A. M. will hold its annual election of officers on .next Saturday evening, Dec. 21st. ]~nstallation will probably take place ou the same evening. All Members are re quested to be present. Turkey Shoot.. J. E. Mitchell will put up twenty-four ~: ttlrkeys to beshot for at Saguachs on The high school closes tomorrow for a Tuesday, Dec. 24th. All ye marksmen two weekahohday vacation. .:: come out and get a turkey for your There will be regular services at Baptist church next Sunday. Dr. Lord and Art Wilcox of Crestone came over Sunday, returning Monday. =- O. D. Bryan returned from Victor Sub- day, and on Tuesday he left again for Denver. Mrs. U. G. Rockwell was taken quite sick Sunday night but is now recover- ing rapidly. :~ There will be Christmas. trees at bot~ ~he Methodist and Baptist churches 6n Christmas eve. Help the boys and girls of the high scbool by attending their entertainment Christmas dinner. This signature is on every'box of the genuine Laxative Bromo=Quinine Tablets the remedy that emr~ a Sold in one day Do you know what would be nicer for Xmas than a rug or an art square for the dutiful wife. We have them in every style conceivable. Rugs in all sizes and art squares that will fit most any room. The prices are right and the goods are right. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mercantile Co. Spectacles Found. tomorrow (Friday) night. 7:: =: Left at the county treasurer's ()ffice Dacre Duns of the Dunn ranch ai~d about two weeks ago. a pair of gold T. J. Fitzpatrick and Frank Wutfall of bowed specs in tobacco box. Owner can Biedell were in town Monda~ W. A. Johnson and U. G. Rockwell willuwist at the Ootthelf :&' TarbelJ Mere. Co's store during the Chrjstmm rush. ' ~ : The county clerk/aaa issued three m~r- riage licenses during the pant week, but he expects to break the record duribg the next two weeks. . Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tatman are rejoic, ing over the arrival of a l~air of: twdn girls, born Sunday Morning,: Mother: and babes are doiug well. The newly elected county :b~oiale ex- cept treasurer will take their:o~ices On the ~cond I'uesday in January, thelith. County Treasurer Jewell will succeed him~lf on January let. Gee. A. Hoicomb is conducting the Hotel Adams, at Moffat, and ~ne can now get a good bed or meal and a comforts- able place to stop in that town. George is a good fireman and Mrs. Holcomb a first class cook. - - ' J. F. Fraser, of Pueblo, a nephew ~of the late Robt. S. Fisher, and executor of the will, accompanied by lawyers from Pueblo and Denver, was doing busineu in the probate court here on Monday, in connection with the estate of Mr. Fisher. Dr. Melvin wan called to see Mrs. Sherm Bennett near the Valley View Springs early Monday mbrning. She ia suffering with quinsy and a lance had tO be used to give her relief..While driv- ing from Mr. Bennett's to" Villa Oromz the doctor broke hie buggy and was de- laved so that he missed the passenger train for Salida. J. E. Mitchell returned Sunday from Chicago, where he went as & d'elegate to the live stock convention. He reports that the meeting was very interesting and the fat stock show a great success. Mr. Mitchell visited a few days with a sister who resides ia Chi- cago, another sister from Cleve- and also being present. He had not seen these sisters before for twenty-five or thirty years. James C. Creger, accompanied by Dr. Melvin, went to Salida Monday, intend- ing to have Dr. Cochems, of the hospital, perform an operation on Mr. Creger'e foot that has been bothering him mcre or less ever since it was injured at Moffat about two years ago. On their arrival there they found that Dr. Cochems had just been let out and another doctor put in his place, and consequently the opera- tion was not performed. They returned home on Tuesday evening. It is thought that Dr. Cochems will open a private have same by calling at the CRESCENT o(tlce and paying for this notice. Owing to our verTextensivo trade we are obliged to employ additional help. We have arranged with W. A. Johnson end U. G. Rockwell to assist us during the rush, and with our present force all cuatomersat our store will be given sl)ecial attention. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mercantile Co. A nice nnd useful Xmas present for the wife would be a nice clock. A good assortment to select from at M. S. Den- ion's place. Bicycles For Sale. One each ladies and gents bicycles, well made and guaranteed, will be sold at a very low price at Lawrence & Williams. Do you know that you can get specta- cles cheaper and fitted more scientifi- cally at M. S. Denton, Saguacbe, Ihan any.other place in the slate. This year the Gotthelf & Tarbell Mercansile Co. are offering more sub- gtantial and desirable Xmas goods than has been shown for many many years. TheG.&T. Msrc. Oo. haveon sale a ~aostbeautiful line of French and Ger- man china dishes in sets and odd pieces, and priee~ Cannot be duplicated else where. Health'and Beanty, A poor complexion is usually the re- sult of a torpid liver or irregular action of the bowels. Unless nature's refuse is carried off it will surely cause impure blood. Pimples, boils and other erup- tions follow. This is nature's method of throwing off the poisons which the bow- els failed to remove. DeWitt's Little Early Rmers 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. O. O, Taylor Whiskies, are guaranteed pure. Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis- oourages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerfulness soon hospital at Salida soon. disappear when the kid- ................ neys are out of order Stops tile Cough or diseased. Kidney trouble has and works off the Cold. become so prevalent Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in that it is not uncommon one day. No Cure, no Pay. Price 25 cents, for a child to be born -- ~ afflicted with weak kid- ~: nays. If the child urin- ates too often, if the scales the flesh or if, when the child Tnat's the condition of many sufferers reaches an age when it should be able to from catarrh, especially in the morning; contrbltmd.wettlng,th* passage,depend uponit is Yetit. afflictedthe causeWithof Great difficulty is experienced in clear- the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first ing the head and throat. . i step thould be towards the treatment of No wonder catarrh causes headache,: these Important &gans. This unpleasant impairs the taste, smell and ihearipg, trouble-is due to a diseased condition of the kidrieys and bladder and not to a habit as pollutes the breath, deranges the sto~-, most people suppose. ach and affects the appetite. Women as well as men are made mls- To cure catarrh, treatment must be: arable with kidney and bladder trouble, constitutional'alterative and tonic, ~ and both need the same great remedy. I was afflicted with catarrh, I t5(~k The mild and the immediate effect ot medicines of different kinds, giving erich Swamp.Root Is soon realized It is sold a fair trial ; but gradually grew worse until by druggists, In fifty- _ ~.~..~ I could hardly hear, taste or smell. I then c#nt and one dollar~~i~ concluded to try tIood's Sarsaparilla, and after taking five bottles I was cured and stzes. YOU may have a ,~.~.~i~~ have not h::d any return of the disease sample bottle by mail~ since." EUOENE PeasES, Lebanon, Kan. free, also pamphlet tell- Home of swampiest. Hood's ,jp.a arsa-ard'- lag all a ou, it,includingmany of the thousands of testimonial letters received Cures catarrh--it ~ot~*!,es and strength- from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmet ens the mucous membrane and builds & Co., BInghamton, N. Y., be sure and up ~e whole system. . mention thls paper. @. O. Taylar Whl|klm, Stow la impulmd~, @,0,Tayl0rWhlsklet r~tlnedbjthe weakest stomachs BUSINESS LOCALS. It Will Pay Each One To Read Ev:ry Line in This Column. Cows For Sale. Three good milch cows for sale at 51-2t J.E. Mitchell's. In staple and fancy Christmas goods you cannot go amiss on our stock. We have everything the heart could wish. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. For Chrlstmas goods go to Jones & Co Now is the time to buy Xmas presents in jewelry at Saguache Pharmacy Co. Hay For Sale, I offer for sale about 100 tons, part wild hay and part alfalfa. Use of corral for feeding, with plenty of well and run- ning water, given to purchaser if desired. At the Russell ranch, one mile south of Saguache. 49-tf Ed Cochran. We have a complete line in Royal Steel ware cooking utensils. We solicit an in- spection of these goods. J.J. Keller. Is your eyesight good, if not call on me and I will fit you. Examination free. M. S. Denton. For a fine suit or overcoat cheap, go to P. M. Jones and Co. 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 Mer. Co. Shoes At Cost. Best "goods, lowest price, Saguaehe Pharmacy C~,~-- '~2-:---.-. Those chamber set are beauties r.nd what could you get nicer for Xma~ A b g line at Gotthelf & Tarbell Co. ttsrfzess'at Cost.: ,, For tho.~ thir-~-X day; we will s#ll single and double harness at cost. '-, Williams.~ ..... l, awrence & ~ Jones pays cash for grain, produce, hides and pelts.. Best fresh meats at P. M. Jones & Co. A nice line of knitbootlets in all colort to keep the little one's feet warm. At G.&T. Co. Take a chance on that elegant Fish set being raffled off at Saguache Parma- cy Co. Of Benefit to You. D. S. Mitchell, Fulford, Md: "During a long illness [ was troubled with bed sores, was advised to try DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful results, 1 was perfectly cured. It is the best salve nn the market." Sure cure for piles, sores, burns. Beware of coun- terfeits. Saguache Pharmacy. Iron stoves just like mama uses, for the little ones, with all cooking utensilsi and you Can build a fire in~ it just as mama does. At Gotthelf & Tarbell C~. Candies, nuts, and fruits cheap at P. M. Jones & Co: I 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 of plain sewing done. ., Mary A. Sherman., M. S. Denton's new line of spectacles Being over stocked and wanting realize iu cash for same will cell for thirty days at actual cost. Birt Clare.. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh { ;ut'o. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fin- anciaiiy able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. V~ST & TaUAX, wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. "~VALDINO, KZNNAN & MAaVlN, 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. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills the are best. Ladies and children's mittens in silk, wool and in fact a regular city line. A nice Xmas present for that young lady. The G. & T. Co. : Everybody come and attend a so-t 'cial hop to be be given Xmas night,, ',Wednesday, December, 25, 1901, at'. Union Hall, Saguaehe, Colo. Danc- ing bill, $1. By Order Cnmmittee. The sale of Xmas goods at the Big Store is unprecedented this year, never before in the history of the store has the demand for Xmas goods been so great, but we can still ~upply you with the most desirable goods ever brought to this market, and they are all new. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. Co. G. O. Tsy'~r Whiskies, good, pure, an8 old- to are just right and he can fit in all glasses I) OLLS, , :DOLLS, ..... DOLLS. Doils w~th0iit~end~:for Christm~ for the litt.l~ o~es.' ' Jointed dolls witl~ nat': u~'al hair, bi~qfib dollS, ~hina dsll~ Tro~d 15cent'fi to $2, ' The~G; t~ T/Co': To close qut j~welry we will sell it forty per cent .discount.. Saguaohe Ph armae~, ~o, For a barrei of fl'n'~ap~-forI Christ- mas, go to 1'. M. Jones & Co. Geuts silk mufflers and handkerchiefs ic all varieties and styles, and they are going fast. The G. & T. Co. :I repair sewing machines as Well as being a practical watchmaker, M. S; Denton. Goods'arriving daily at: Jones' 0heap cash store.. : .. Tinware..Tinware. Tinware. We havejust received a line of coffee and tea pots, pails and galvanized wash tubs and a general line of tinware at reasona- ble prices. J.J. Keller. G. O. Ta~ lor Whiskies, of superior e~eelleaee GIVE USEFUL XMAS PRESENTS THIS YEAR We have them and will clo~ out at the usual Christmas discount pric6s. Wishing our friends a merry Christmas and happy New Year. SAM FEAST, Moffat, Colorado PROFESSIONAL CARDS. INC. W. DAVlDSON, Attorney at Law, Saguache, ~ill practice in all courts. Colo. ,I. TI~ACY MELVIN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office opposite Uhion Hall, San Juan ave- Cue. Calls promptly answered, day or night. ,, xamining Surgeon U. S. Pension Bureau. 487. O. P., SHIPPEY, NL D., Villa Grove, Colo. W. F. BOYD, Notary Public. Saguache County Bank. W. C. LOCKETT, Notary Public. Saguache Abstract Office. fho sa uacno {3ounty BanL Pioneer Bank of Saguache County. Organized, May, 1880. Incorporated, July, 18~2. CAPITAL STOCK, $30,O00.O0. A General Banking Bud- ness Tramaeted. Drafts .... ISsued on Principal Cities of Eurol~. Safe Deposit Boxc~ for Rtnt.. OFFICERS AND DmECrORS. SAAC GOTTHELF, President. hEOPOLD MAYER, Vice-Pres. CHARLES TARBELL, Cashier. W~. F. BOYD, Asst. Cashier. MARK BIEDELL. GORRESPONDEN FS. Kountze Rros., New York City. First National Bank, Denver, Colo. First Nations Bank, Pueblo, Colo. RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold ............ $ .501 Gold and Silver..$ .7,5 Lead ............. 50 I Gold,si|ver, eopper 1.50 8amp~e8 by mail reeeiee prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought, OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1429-16fh 8t., Oenoer, Cole, SAGUACHE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, Dealers In Saguache County REAL gSTATE. CHOICE RANCHES For sale in the Best Portions of the San Luis Valley--the fa- mous gram field of Cole- rado. Property rented for non-res- Idents, taxes paid and insur- ance written. CHRISTMAS GREETINGi A, BRE,ER, and Feed Stable, ~ Denver Ave. SAGUACHE. We should bc very glad of an early opportunity to show ~ you our dean, fresh stock of new and beautiful ChHstm~ gifts, ~: ] I have just added a largo and corn- because it certainly contains : . '' ~ ....... . : ~ ] . plate line of : ~1 UNDERTAKING GOODS. ~ ~ -~.~ i ~ ~ ~_ ___3~ ~. IThis department is m charge of one who resen s I;o rleaseJ varyoocty, h= hadkTnY T' :xperiene as an - ~[ underta er an i neral director. - , ' " ..... ' ~ [ My line of coffins runs from the Do not make your purchases ~for you see our ~ cheape.~t to fin,-- metalie caskets. I ~ ] have a hear.. Up-To-Date Selections- For newer, better goods.and fairer prices than any otl~t ~.i~.( ~''" Frank P ttenger, Mngr. 1