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0 J SAGUACHE CRESCENT (IV~tablieh~11880) Publkb~l every Thorsday by THE CRESCENT PRINTING COMPANY, At Saguache, the County Seat of Sa. gauche County, in the famous San Luis Valley of Colorado. LEE FA1RBANKS, Editor. U. G. ROCKWELL, Assistant. Sub~ription Ratsa $2~0 per annum. Advertising rates made known on application. ,~ldrau all Communications to THE CRESCENT, Saguache, Colo. DECEMBER 26, 1901. Oon|ress adjourned on last Thursday until Monday, dan. 6, 1902. J ,rm It is too late to say "Merry Christmas," but we wish all our readers a happy and prosperous Ne'~ Year. Secretary of the Treasury Gage has resigned. The position was offered Gee. Crane of Mass. but he was unable to ac- cept it on account of business and per- nonal affairs. It is thought that ex-Gov. Shaw of Iowa will be appointed. We are told that a responsible man is ready to put on an automobile stage be- tween Moffat and Saguache, and agree to make the run in one hour, in case the department establishes a mail route and he receives the contract. If we cannot gets steam or electric road to connect with the D. & R. G., let us have the automobile by all means. Governor Orman, anticipating an un- favorable decision on the revenue law, hu addressed a letter to each member of the legislature asking them if they would be willing to meet in extra session and repa~ the revenue bill. The general im- proton is that it is now too late to make the law effective for this year, and as it would probably cost the state anywhere from $25,000 to $50,000 to hold a special mmalon it is to be hoped that it Can he avoided. Here is the slate that Alva Adams, Governor Orman and Thomas M. Patter- ion, all in league against Ex-Governor C. S. Thomu, have fixed up for the state ticket next fall: For governor, J. B. Orman, For treasurer, C. W. Crowder. For auditor, David How. For macretary'of state, D. A. Mills. Alva Adams, of course, is to be the candidate for the United States asnata. H. M. Teller and C. S. Thomas will have to be satisfied with what is left. Senator Teller does not approve of the single tax amendment to be voted on at the next state election. This is what he ears about it: "I do not anticipate any trouble about the single tag amendment. Bucklin and a few others are very much interested in it, but i'feel morally certain that it is not likely to succeed in Colo- rado. It cannot be put iu operation without a constitutional amendment, and that I don't believe it is possible to se- cure. I am myself, not a single tax man. I don't believe it is calculated to relieve the people as Senator Bunklin and a few others believe." PROPOSED TAX AMENDMENT. Senator Bucklin'e Australian tax amendment ie receiving considerable no- tice at peesent by the people and preu of the state. This amendment is to be submitted to the people of this state next fall, and the more it is discussed and explained the better it will be for all oonoarned. Many protest that it is t X" not a "single ~ scheme, while Senator Teller end others term it such, Mr. Bucklin is making speeches tn its behalf in different sections of the stale, and it is said that "sockiess" jerry Simpson, of l~aDsas, and Tom L. Johnson, of Cleve- land, who are both said to be "single taxers," will be brought here to talk for the amendment. It may be that this proposed amendment to our state con- stitution will be the main issue in our next campaign. The principal sections of the Bucklin amendment read as follows: Once in four years, but not oftener, the voters of any county m the state may by vote at any general election, exempt or refuse to exempt from all taxation for county, city, town, school, road and other local purposes, any or all personal prop- ~'ty or improvements on land, but neith- er the whole nor any part of the full cash value of any rights of way, fran- ohis~ in public ways or land, exclusive of the improvements thereon, shall be so exempted: provived, however, that such question be submitted to the voters by virtue of a petition therefor, signed and oworn to by not lees than 100 resident tax payers of such county, and filed with the county clerk and recorder not lass than thirty nor more than ninety days before the day of election, The rate of taxation on property for stats purposes shall never exceed 4 mills on e~h $1 of valuation, but the provi- miens of this section shall not apply to rights of way, franchises in public ways, or land, the full cash value of which may be taxed at such additional rate, not ex- oqmding 2 mills of each $1 of a~ed valuataon, as shall be provided by law, after exempting all personal property sad improvements thereon from such ad- ditional rate of taxation. I~ydei For Sale. One ~ ~es and gents bicycles, wbll madn~l~trsnteed, will be sold at a wry low price at IJswrence & Williams. Tile LITTLE BROWN JUO. TAhe very laughable little drama entitled Little Brown Jug was ~iven at the high school building last Friday evening by the pupils aud teachers, that was witnessed by a large and appreciative audience. The principal character, that of Jarius Jordan, a Yankee, was very ~bly played by Prof. J. B. Morgan, who is not only a good whittler, but an adept the question. Blanche O Neff ,allio Peeslee, came near having to do the proposing herself, but her good looks ami entransing ways finally carried the day. Elmer Davidson, as John Nutter, made a very good shoemaker and would have been a model father if it had not been for the little brown jug, his hard headedness, and a propensity for specu- lation, Prof. J. R, Morgan, as Henry Douglas, was an ardent woorer but ,in spite of his wealth and high standing, he was not able to win the lady of his choice. Maud Ickes, as Mary Nutter, the shoemaker's danghter, played her part very well. She was not backward in throwing over the rich Henry Douglas and falling in love with her father's ap- prentice, whom she nursed to health i after he was nearly killed. Ernest Slots as Ned Hartshorn, the apprentice, was eo good natured that he could not help smiling even when he was woumied i nearly unto death. Stella Hurt, as Han- nah Nutter, the shoemaker's wife, looked rather young to have a daughter and son grown up, but she acted her part i well. Archie Locket, as Will Nutter, acted the part of an inebriate to perfec- tion. It was gratifying to find him tak- ing a new turn and using the little brown jug to a better purpose. On the whole the rendering of the play showed that the actors had worked hard to learn their parts and they are to be congratu- lated on the success attendit:g their first appearance on the stage. Mr. and Mrs. Rockwetlenter~ained the a~Miedce bo- ween acts with piano and violin music. The receipts from the entertaimnent amounted to abot*t $~t0. .... 7-'.-- .... BAD EYES. A.Rreat many of the ills of man came from bad eyes or ill-fitting glasses, and can be remedied by wearing spectacles that actually fit the eyes. Prof. Smith has had years of experience in this line of work, and has the necessary instrff- monte and devices to accurately meas- ure the eye. He examines each eye separately ,and when he gives a person spsctaclas to wear, it is certain that the spectacles are exactly right. He has many testimonials from people that he will be glad to show anyone. Call at the American House Dec. 26 to Jan. 2. On Thursday the hearing in regard to the adjudication of water rights at this place closed shortly aft, er dinner and all the attorneys went that night to Ala-" mesa to meet Judge Holbrock in an el- !fort to. have any further adjustment stopped and annul what has been done. It seems that it has developed that this adjudication matter was originated by Atty. Bloomfield and all the other attor- neys have united in an effort to quesh it. --Creeds Candle.. I have located hero to stay and all money pa~d me will benefit our town. Can fit your eyes to spectacles, no mat- tar how bad they may be and save you money. M.S. Denton. The handsomest calendar of the sea- son, in ten colors, six beautiful heads ou six sheets, I0x12 inches, reproductions of paintings by Moran, ilaued by the gen- eral passenger department, Chicago Mil- waukee & ~U. Paul railway, will be sent on receipt of 25 cents. Address F.A. Miller, general passenger agent, Chicago. ~. O. Taylor YVhiskm$~ are purs m.~claai stimulaflt& An ]Evangenst's ~Itory. "I suffered for years with a bronchial or lung trouble and tried varmus reme- dies but did not obtarn permanent relmf unnail commenced using One Minute (Jeugh Cure," writes Lee. James Kn.k- man, evangelist o~ Belle l~lver, IlL "'I have no hesitation ID recommending it to all sufferers from maladies of Lhis kind." One Minute Cough Cure affords immediaLe reiml: for coughs, colds and all kinds of throat and lung troubles. For croup tt is unequalled, Absolutely safe. Very pleasant to take, never falls and is really a favorite with the children. They like it. Saguache Plmrmacy. When tit Villa Grove Eat first class short order meals at Mrs. Sehwackenberg's restaurant, oppo- site the post office. ltri~ht's Disease. The largest sum ever paid for a pre- ocripion,~hanged hands ~u 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 cures and tried it out on its merits t)y putting over 3 dozen cases on the treatment and watch- ing them. 'hey also got physicians to name chronic, incurable 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- greasing favorably. There being but 13 per cent of failures the parties were satisfied and closed tlae transaction. The proceedings of the in- vestigating committee a~d the chemical the test cases were published will be mailed free on application. Address John J. Fulton Company,' 420 Montgomery streeteJan Francisco, Cali- fornia. 46.1yr. Barnum's , LEfiA__ L N?TICES. The undersigned having been appointed ex- "All well all ha~-" lots I eeutor of the last will and ,segment of Rob- - ~')l~Y~ [ art Stuart Fisher, late of the county of Sa- f f " That " ] . guaehe, and state of Colorado, deceased, o un . is tl e regulal ! hereby gives notice tlmt he will appear before r r l , the probate court of Saguaehe county, at the cpo t from t ~e monke~ cage court house in Saguaehc at the December cf Bar m's " tea:m, on the last Monday in January next, at nu Circus ever since which time all persons having claims against tl~ keepers began dosing the monkeys with Scott's Emul- sion. Consumption was carry- ing off two thirds of them every year and the circus had to buy new ones. One day a keeper accident- ally broke a bottle of Scott's Emulsion near the monkey cage and the monkeys eagerly lapped it up from the floor. This suggested the idea that it might do them good. Since :hen the monkeys have received -egular doses and the keepers report very few deaths from consumption. Of course it's cheaper to buy Scott's Emul- sion than new monkeys--and that suits the circus men. Consumption in monkeys and in man is the same disease. If you have it or are threaten- ed with it can you take the hint? This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scott's Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, ~o9 Pearl St., New York. SOC and ez. all druggists. G O ;~y :or W hiskies of great value to the aletr said estate are notified and requested to at- tend for the purpose of having the same ad. Justed. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 17th day of December, A. D. 1901. J. F. Fraser, Executor. - First pub Dec. 19, last Jan 16. Notice of Application to Lease State Lands. Off[ice of State Board of Land Commissioners. Denver, Colo., December 14,1901. Notice is hereby given that W. R. Donnell whose postoffic9 address is Alder. Colo. on Dec. 4, 1901, made application No. 19t0 to the State Board of Land Commissioners to lease the fol- lowing described school lands, situate m 8a- guache county, Colo., to-wit: SE ~A of NW ~,~ sec. 36, township 48, North Rmme 8 east. NE b4 of SW ~A sec. 86, township 48, North Range 8 east. No other auplications to lease the above de- scrii)ed premises or objections against the above at)plication will be considered after the last pub- lieation hereof. Date of last publication Jan. 9, 1902. John T, Joyce. Register State Board Land Commissioners. Notice of/kpl, licatiol, to Lease State Lands. Olllce of State Board o[ L:md Commisslouers. Denver, Colorado. Nov. 22, 1901. Notice is hereby given that W. tI. Hiner whose p,)stoltice address is Huoper, Colo., on Nov. 2rid, 1901, made app!ication No. 18'53 to thc.~tate Board of L~tud Cou3ulissioners to lease tile following described scllool lands, situate in Saguache county, Colorado, to-wit: \V sec. 36. township 42 North Range 10 east. No other applicatiouu to lease the'above described premises or objections against the above apolication wilt no considered after tile last publication hereof. Date of last publication Jan. 9, 1902. John T. Joyce, Register State Board La nd Commissioners, Notice of Final Settlelnent. In the matter of the estate of J. J. Hahna, deceased. Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the 30th day of December A. D. 1901, being one of tim regular days ot the December term ot the County Court el Saguache county, in the state of Colorado, I, Lizzie Hanna, Adminlstratrlx of said estate will appear before the Judge of said court present my final settlement as such administratrlx, pray the approval of tbe same, beautiful CHRISTMAS Coo& we have .~ this year, (and tl~ey are all new) and we Y earnestly invite an early inspection and you t~ wilt say, as we thi. , that we h,ve the ~L largest and best selected assortment in all 3 classes of goods for the little and big, young Y and old, "and all :flescriptlons of XMAS d Goods that the people of Saguache ever had~ the pleasure of inspecting. Rctmmber : ~/ have presents for all members of thc family no matter what it might be.. Watchmaker And 0ptician. 61asses fitted. C0nsultation free, Our Prices Bi~ line or are rltht, CL0C S. [ 0ur 600ds are right ii M. S. DENTON. C SH STORe. ! Tbc Colorado Uvery, Feed Fine. Rids. ' Wm. J. Werner, Fourth St., Saguache. and Sale Stable, Lowest Prices, Prop., Stockholder's Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Gotthelf & Tarbell Mercantile Co., will be held in its office in the town of Ssguache, Colorado, on Wednesday, the 1st day Of January A.D. 190'2, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purposeof electing a board of directors for the en- suing year and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Charles Tarbell, Secretary. December 9, 1901. Stockholder's Meeting. The annual meeting of the stockhold- ers of the Saguache County Telephone Company will be held at the office of the Saguaohe C0uuty Bank, Saguaohe, Colo- rado, on Monday the sixth day of Jann- ary A. D. 1902, at 3 o'clock p. m. for the: purpose of electing a board of dit~ctor~ for the ensuing year and for the ~an~* action of such other business ae ma~' properly come before it. W. F. Boyd, Secretary. December 9tb, 1901. davit, filed December 4 1901, set forth facts above required, the said plaintiff will take juda- which show tl~ t after due diligence, personal] ment against you by default. service ot this notice cau not be made, it is] Given under my hand and the seal of the court hereby ordered and dircc'eU that such notice at Sa~uaeh~ in said county, this twentY-sixth be given by, ~lue and proper publication, day of November, A. D. 1901. hi. A' Peering, Register, [Seal] O.D. Bryan Judge and acting clerk. First pub Dec. 12, last Jan 6. First pub Dec. 19. Last Jan. 9. 0, 0. ~lq|0r Whllldos ~o~l ~ 0dti0sl Jud~l~ O.O. ZayZo,. W~s~Os, l, onsst ~n~ur~ Contest Notice. Department of Interior. United States Land Office, Gunnison, Colo. December 4, 1~01 Asufficient contest affidavit havi~g been filedln this office by Juan A. Cb,~es, con- testant, agalnst h,m]estead entry No. 278.made September 16, 181,9, for NW .~6. SW ~ and SW ~ NW tA, sec. 10, and SE 1~ SE ~ sectiou 9, township 45, N. Range,2 E, by Arthur Join~son. Contestee, in which it Js atleged th,tt: the said Arthur Johnson has wholly abandoned said tract, that he has ehange:l his residence :herefrom for more than six months since making said entry, that said tract is not set- tied upon and cultivated by said party as re- quired by law, and that uo act of settlement by the said Arthur Johnson ban ever been commenced to show hls good faith. Ar, d furiher, tbat the said Johusou's ab. sense troln the laud is not sue to nis service In lhe army, navy or marine corps of the United States in the war with 8pain, or any oti]er war iu whici~ the United States may be engaged. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence tquching said alle~ation at 10 o'clock a. m. on January 18, 1902, before O. D. Bryan, County Judge, Sa- guache county, Colorado, (and that final hear- ing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on Janu- dr3 18, 190'2. before) the Regtster and Receiver at the United States land office In Gunnison, Colorado. The said eonteslant having, in a nroper affi- State of Colorado, County of Saguaehe, } ss Inthe County Court. Charles N ,~lilier, Plaie~iff. VS ' Summons. Thomas 51. Reese, Defendant. The people of the state of Colorado, to Thomas M. geese, the defendant aboved named, greeting. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaint- iff in the county court of Saguache County, State of Colorado, and answer the complaint therein within twenty days after the service hereof, if served within this County; or if served out of this County, or by publication, wilhin th~rt~ daxs after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of service; or judgment by default willbe taken againt you acco~diug to the prayer of the complaint. Andif a copy of the complaint in l the above entitled action be not served with thi~ sumumns, or if the service hereof be made out of this state, then tefi days ~dditional to tlie time hereinbelore specified for appearanceand an- swer will be allowed before the taking of jadg- meut by default as aforesald. The said action is brnught to recover tha sum of one hundred forty dollars, allesed to be due )laintiff from defendant on a promissory note as will more fully appear from the complaint m said action to which reference is here made. A copy of which is hereto attached, And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and to answer the said complaint tm Notice ]For Publication. Land Office. Del Notre, Colo., Dec. 9, 1901. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his "claim, and that said proof will be made before the Registez aud Receiver el the U. S. Land Office, at Del Norte, Colorado, on January 18,1902, vim Cllarley i. Welhnan, who made t]omestead Entry No. 3150, for tile N SE ~. and E NE secS, twp43, N HSE, N~PM. He names the following witnesses to prove his eontinutms residence upon and cu/tiva- lieu of sala land, viz: L. W. Hobson. Guy Purvis, both of La Gar- ila, Colo., Dacre I)unn, of De[ Norte, Colo., Wash Kuapp, of Center, Colo. Any person who desires to protest against the al/owance of sueh prool, or who knows of any subslttntlal reason, under lhe law and ihe regulationsnftlleinterior l)epartment, why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportuuity at the above mentioned time and place to cross.examine the witnesses of said c~aimant, and to o/lbr evidence In rebut- tal of that submitted by claimaot. JAn. H. BAXTEI% Register. First pub Dec 12. Last Jan 16. Date of last publication Dec. 20, 1901. John T. Joyce, Register State Board Land Cmnmissioners. ed by law, including commissioners' pro- ceedings, semi-annual statements, and all other notices and publications, in- cluded in the term "Oounty Printing," except the election proclamation, delin- quent tax list and official list of nomina- tions. By order of said Board. Lee Fairbanks, Co. Clerk. December 10, 1901. Notice of Application to Lease State Lands. Office of State Board of Land Commissioners. Denver, Colorado, Dee. 20, 190L Notice is hereby given t,~t W. P. Turtle, whose po~totllee address is Lockctt, Colo., on Dec. 19, 1901, made applicatiou No. 2006 to the State Board of Land Commissioners to lease the following described hit. hop. lands sit- uate in Saguache county, Colorado, to-wit: The NW ~, sec. 27, township 41, N. R. 7 E. SofNE~4ofsec. 15. twp. 41, N.R. 7 E. SE % of sec. 15, twp. 41, N. 1L. 7 E. No other anpLication to lease the above ~le- s~,'ibed premises or objections agait~st the above application will be considered after the last publication imreof. Date of last publication Jan. 23. 1902. John T. Joyce. Register State Board L~nd Commissioners. and GLOVES. APPLES by the barrel. I I and will then apply to be discharged as such Headache Glasses. administratrlx. At which time and place any p person ln interest may appear aud present ob- ~p OUR M0110 Which will it be? Having tried all Jectlons to the same, if any there be. X other remedies, will you continue to ~uf. ! Dated at Saguaehe, Colorad0, November 20, /~ fer through false pride? Which should 1901. Lizzie Hanna, One prefer to be--proud or foolish? Re-: Admlnistratlix of the estate of J, J. Hanna, ~ G d G ds I., P pasted eye headache, which remedies deceased, dO dO . ow rices. ty and bring about a general breaking down. Let us relieve your headache by office of State Board of Land Commissioners. ' Denver, Colo. Nov. 27, 1901, removing the cause. Save your eyes and Notice is hereby given that Stephen Kenny uervous energy, wi~ose postoffice address is Moffat, Colo., On Nov. 18, 1901. made application No. 1896 to the ~ / Bids For County Printing. state board of land commissioners to lease the I ~ We have at all hines a complete Hue of flne following described Int. Imp. lands, situate in I ~1~ The Board of County Commissioners Saguache connty, Colo.. to-wit: n ~ GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR, FEED, of Saguache county, Colorado, hereby Aliofsec. 9, Townshlp 42, North Range 10[: ~" invite proposals for doing the county east. All of see. 10, Township 4:2,' North Range I ~ Fancy BOTTLED Coo&, CONFECTIONARY, printing of said county for theyear 1902, 10 east. Allof sec. 1~, Township 42, North ' the same to be opened and considered on Range, 10 east. All of sec. 15, Townshlp 42, ~b TOBACCO, CIGP.RS, NOTIONS, CUTLERY Tuesday, January14:, 1902, or assoon North Range, 10east. Allofsec. 4, Township ~ A~l~ thereafter as may be convenient, and to 42, North Range, 10 east.. ~ : .... "and SILVER W . include the following services: No other applications to lease the above de- ['~ A big line of Men'~Ts FUP,,~~I scribed premises or objeetlons against the All notices, calls and other printing SHINGS, HATS above application will be cnnsldered after the ordered by the commissioners or requir- last publication hereoL