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Saguache , Colorado
January 29, 1925     The Saguache Crescent
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January 29, 1925

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I II l l l l l Ill| II I l NEWS OF SAGUACHE COUNTY l Gathered By Our Special Correspondents MOFFAT A coal drummer from Gunnison was in town the first of the week. Quite a bunch from Crestone and Mirage attended the movie Satur- day night. Mr. Queen has gone to work in the timber at Crestone this week. George Guy was in town after a load of coal Saturday. Miss Fay Stewart visited Mrs. Craine at her home at Mirage over Saturday. Jim Rector was in town a few - miutes with his family Saturday. He's busy bitching this winter and feedirig cattle. The sewing class have a new] sewing machine to help them with] their work. Also an oil stove for! hot lunches. The new county superintendent, MIRAGE S. A. McAllister of Colman, Ill., who has purchased the L. J. Berry land here, has been visiting different Valley points for the last ten days. Mr:. McAllister is favorably im- pressed with the valley generally. The Cotton Creek Water Co. held their annual meeting on 4YIonday, January 25th. era Gullet left for Moffat Tues- day morning to bale hay. County Supt. Burch was over last week visiting the school. Mr. Burch spoke favorably of the effi- ciency of our teachers, Mrs. Akers of Center, and Miss Morris of Mof- fat. "Smiling" Bill Middagh, Mrs. Middagh and their two youngest children paid Mirage friends a two day visit. The Big g Mining and Milling Co. George Burch, was in town on his]are building daily at the workings, way home from Crestone the last of at the foot of Cotton Creek. They the week. have completed a flume 1086 feet erie Gullett is baling hay east of long, to convey the ore to a bin at town this week. l the foot of the mountain. Some Sam Hayes received a letter from lfine looking ore isnow ready to be his son son John, who is with the U. [ sh'pped : S.S. Pittsburgh at Villafrause,] "Mr. Jame W. Sharp of P.orl- France. [ land, Oregon is vJMLie.g his son Mrs. R. Rexroad is recovering I Jack and famUv. from having a number of teeth ex- tracted last week. The Ladies Aid"will hold a busi- ness meeting the first Thursday in February. VILLA GROVE Mr. H. Howell of Alamosa was in town on business Saturday. Virgel Gullett and family have returned from a trip through Okla- homa and Arkansas and are stay- at the Ors Gullett ranch. Mrs. W. H. Cole made a busi- ness trip to Salida last week. The new Mirage household phrase is "Buy at Jack's, he sells stuff right." Mr. and Mls. F. L. Moore and MONTE VISTA COOPS CASE children went to Salida Wednesday AGAINST WILLIAM BOND and Friday. --- . Aaron Seip, Walter Van Buskirk The district court of Rio Grande and Frank Potts were in Salida Sat- county handed down a decision n urday. January 13 enjoining Will Bond Mr. Joe Smith and Robert Atkin- from selling any potatoes raised on son were in town Monday. his land and entering judgment Mr. and Mrs. Seelinger and Mrs. against him for the twenty per cent Thelma Wills of Sallda were in town of the potatoes sold before a tern- Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. porary injunction was entered to- " e ' . Shippey. tether wth costs and attorn y s Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sweet were fees. - Th temporary injunction to in town Monday. " James Bond, the renter, was dissolv- Herbert Bryan of Mirage is help- ed.Monte Vista Tribune. ing Mr. Frank Van Buskirk ....  .... Mrs. J. W. bicCausland enter- LAI,/ A.rAr, ,-r,-- rained Mr, and Mrs. A. V. Ship- A state report shows that 422 oil pey and daughter Betty at dinner and gas leases on state and school Friday night, lands, embracing 506,386 acres, Mrs. Waiter Van Buskirk and were outstanding on November 30, daughter Dorothy was in town Men- 1924, as compared with 242,051 day. acres on November 30, 1922. Mof- Mr. Les Brutus and family have fat County leads with 60,084 acres moved back to Villa Grove. They bf state lands leased. El Paso has will occupy the old Hill house. 51,050 acres, Weld 58,640, Sag- Mr. and Mrs. George McLaugh- niche 30,064, Larimer 23,120, El- ]in of Bonanza book dinner at the bert 20,640, Alamosa 28,040, and San Luis Hotel Monday. other counties smaller amounts. , = -Pancakes Breakfast It is no longer any trouble to serve.Pancakes for breakfast. The ready prepared Pancake Flour we sell, with a little wa- ter or milk added, makes the most delicious Cakes you ev- er tasted. In packages to fit your needs. We sell a variety o[ appetizing Syrups, too. You will find almost anything you Want in the food line here. Why look elsewhere. I0 PERCENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH lssell' G y t S rocer PHONE 50 . EARLY DAYS IN SAGUAC[]II Interesting Items Culled from the Files of The Crescent of Jan. 30, 1396 The Woodmen initiated three new members at their last meeting. Gee. Hazard, C. W. Gilbert and Adolph Mayer were on a deer hunt. Landlord Luengen purchased a new carriage which was pronounced at that time to be the finest in town. Mrs. P. W. Luegcn and Mrs. D. J. Morgan were at Leadville vis'ting the Ice" Palace. George Woodard purchased the Beckley ranch of 515 acres, south of town for $6000. $ * $ $ $ $ FARMER PUTNAM;S PHILOSOPHY $. . $ #t * $ $ , * The stock sh.ow is over, but I ain't. Fm tired from head to both feet--the feet because of them hard sidewalks; the head because of a attack of bottleinus or bottleism from Star brand tomates. If you all could take a radiograph .of the inside of nay skull it would some- thing like this: whiteface bulls and cows, and red, white and roan short- horns, standin' in rows with fellers goin' along, fellin' of their coats, pokin' 'era in the sides; red hogs, black hogs, and hogs with white belts around the midd!e, gruntin', squealin', with men standin' around writin' in books. Lights blazin' over a big areny, with men and women in fine clothes drivin' little surreys, or ridin' sad- BUSINESS LOCALS ]: "" """ "'':" ":":::::: "" :+:+:"":+::+:+:":+:":+:+:":":":':":+:':":":"!i: X t DOW RADIO Rain e Complete Sets $35.00 and up. Range 2000 to 400 miles. N.o storage battery needed,-- they work out on the ranch as well as in town. W. L. HAMMOND, Authorized Dealer for the Radio Corporation f America. FOR RENT--5 acres of grazing land. Tract 58, See. 4, Twp. 43, R. 9. Mrs. Ida Church, Elk Point, South Dakota, Box 201. --For promFt and satisfactory"set vice send your cleaing and press- ing to the Lear Dry Cleaners, Phone 307, Monte Vista. --IDEAL BREAD---A regular 15c 20 oz. loaf of Bread for 10c. Ship- ment every day. At COOK'S --If you want your Dry Cleaning v, time mail your clothes direct to the Lear Dry Cleaners, Monte Vista, Phone 307. --Marcell and Bob Curling. Phone 67J for appointment. Mrs. Walter Dilley. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN NOTICE, that all timber work and harvesting of hay on the Baca Grant No. 4, is bing done by Con- tracbors, and the undersigned will in nowise be responsible for any indebtedness of what so ever kind or nature entered into or obligated for Ly the said Contractors. S;gned. SAN LUIS VALLEY LAND AND CATTLE COMPANY, By B. F. Tipton, Manager. Crestone, Saguache County, Colo. NOTICE OF SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING. The Annual Meeting of The (]ARA(iE Opens Under New Management CONTINENTAL GAS AND OILS MOBILOILS TEXAS GAS AND OILS MILLER & McKONE TIRES AND TUBES We Are Putting in a Full Stock of Repairs GIVE US A TRIAL MAX WERNER, Prop. HELD AT Shareholders of The Saguache Hall die horses round and round a square Company will be held in its hall atlm /--#' c4-, dt place in the middle with six or sev- Saguache, Colorado, at 7 o'clock p. ] "V l),, Colors en undertakers in tall hats lookiu' m., on Tuesday, the 10th day of!  / ' "n' e February A. D. 1925, for the pur-] n "r-  -  ,-- - - fx,-'ffi wine at era, and hand out blu , p,ose of electing a Board of Directorsi I-fll'lrllfiPlIT _--I /J_ t h i'_ red, white and yaller ribbons, and for the transaction Of such other 1 -,,. v _ -al 9 .! 9 x. .aL.,,L Crowds shoutin', policemen keepin' business as may properly come be-I B ..........  .... back the rush fur seats; chickens fore the meeting !i ........... ' . . A B COCHRNE, i  I cackhn' and roosters crowm ; sheep r. " " Secretary | STUDENTS JUDGING CONTEST FEB. 3rd Yn 1 Jan 29, 1925 I bleatin', bulls and cows in the stock- .,., y- ....... _.':-"  | SPECIAL SHEEP DAY PROGRAM FEB. 4th i yards bellerin'; street fakirs yellin' COONEY'S FUNERAL HOME| Under Management State Agricultural College. at' you "buy this fur the baby"; street car gongs clangin', old Licensed Embalmer and Funeral  Co I. Bray in charge friends slappin' you .on the should- Director. n er add askin' how's all the folks. Lady Assistant n  "n' Limousine Hearse and Ambulance IDIIIIilN PtITIF::gT F:lll /h Klan and antlKlan secrets be MONTE VISTA, COLO _ /IJiulI 11 IkYI  il tl.Y I II Ii llll whispered to you from the house- Phone 339. . ".. |! DYNAMOTOR TEST tops by newspapers, politicians and members of the lgislature. Farm Burro, Grange, Union all havin' ":*'1":'':*:':*-':'... []  T T.d"'Fl'41Tf-'amT  t  ir-'411-'i ! /AUL 1 lOIN b2kLLb conventions. Newsboys yetlin' ex- I | .. | | if: tr evory hour. Everybody ina J0 ]] 10[a ::ii | hurry to git some place else then: Ilereford Feb. 5. Dairy Cattle & glmrthorns Feb. t3 ' J.; B , where they're now at. Movie  II ,o shows, stage plays, organ concerts, ] l'| - A| t ii | POULTRY SHOW by the Rio Grande Poultry gab fests, banquets, conferences, ! 1UU Ii'lll i! | andPet Stock Association, held in connection conversations, visits, saoke{s--I i! i! n .................... J .... could go on, but I might say too i CANDY, CIGARS AND ii | nnm,,n____ n   , c2; much.. ' " 'S i SOFT DRINKS [i:iii ] allO tei[e a, tvcr Wth ths kind of chop suey let : :see anybody make a literary eff.ort I "* " J L outen Stock show week. My mind SAGUACHE - COLO. !. I --. ,,,, : .- ,.- - is a blank with so blankety blanl:i "  ...... " -- much doin' I hope Harry (lounger- I . . . .; ...... .; ;..; . ... ;-. w. . ..'.; ..... ,-; ...... ;..  man will excuse me from wrltin' up [ g the show and favor me with a pass I: , Sattslymg" " ii I ;, had by all present, tO the Heart l i , l THOS. JEFFERSON PUTNAM, ' 1 Specialist in Rural Devilment ltd [ii (;AS ON 51OMACH tO the Mind Simple buckthorn ba.k, magne- sium sulp. e. p., glycerine, etc., as  I[:i: mixed in Alderika, helps any case :. gas on sbomach, unless due to deep- [..:. seated causes. The pleasant and  @ ,.', QUICK action will surprise you. Because Adlerika is such an excell- lers :! ent intestinal evaeuant it is wonder- ful for constipation--it often works in due hour and never gripes. Sold 'by Saguache Pharmacy. --crescent Want Ads Bring sults Got Something You Want to Sell? Most people have a plece of furniture, a farm implo. rncnt or something lse which they have discard- ed and which they no lon- ger want. These things are put in the attic, or stored away in the barn, or left lying about, getting of less and less value each year. WHY NOT SELL THEM? Somebody wKnts thode very tlfing which have become of no use to you. Why not try to find that somebody by pqtttng a want advertisement in THIS NEWSPAPER? IN Heaven By CLIVE ARDEN A couple of human beings found an earthly paradise in which stem necessity prevented their adopting all the conventions hid down by social codes. The experience did not render them less fit for the more glorious heaven that is to come, however much prud- ish minds may affect to be shocked by their story. No one but wiU agree that the judges did not err when "they awarded it the prize in competition with the work of some of the best of modem novelists. Read This Great Novel in THE CRESCENT u , dvertising m an invbstment and not an expense. If followed up syttemdcly and persistently the increasd business pays the bill and leaves a profit on the investment. The burning subject of the day is COAL---can I get the kind I want, the grade that burns best: in my stoves and get it when I need it? Our answer is: Yes, if you order it from us.