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" ii~ in i iiiii ii i ii iiii ii i i ii i i iii THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT (Formerly The Saguaohe Democrat) OFFICIAL PAPER OF SAOUACHE CO. THE CRESCENT PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPM~Y. (INCORPORATED.) (Only paper published in the Couoty Seat) RALPH E. LITTLER, EDITOR. Publishtd every Thursday at Saguache, the county seat of Saguaehe County, in the famous San Luis Valley of Colorado. EnSured at4hflmet-ofl]se at Saguache, Colorado, as second-clam mail matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1 50 THE YEAR. Advertising Rates, on application TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS EMh ogour~bscribers will find the date to which his or her suheerigtion is Imid, am shown by our books, printed on the paper, or wrapper, following the name of the sutmeriber. It there is an error in the date we would be pleased to have our situation called to that fact. Probably nothing in the way of public entertain. meat could have been more instructive and have given a greater return for the time and money expended, than the Lyceum Course which closed last Thursday night with the Strollers Quartette entertainment in High School Hall. The course of five numbers has been given with special reference to the scholars of the grad- ed school and the county high school. It has given the scholars and the town people an opportunity to hear some of the best talent on the lyceum platform to-day. The course has put before the growing mind, many of the bigger and better things in life. It broadens the intellect by giving the hearer an insight to some of the subjects Which are occupying the master minds of the time. During the winter we have heard some of the big speakers; listened to some of the best lecturers and attended+ some good concerts. But for the Lyceum Course this would not have been possible. One of the best features of the course is the fact that it has proven a financial success.. The committee has spent the funds judicially for talent and has a surplus with which to start next years' course. It is largely due to their careful management that the course has been such a success. It is the wish of those who have followed the numbers that next season will see the town presenting as good a Lyceum Course as the public has attended, this winter. There is a movement on foot, in rather a feeble way to install an electric light and power plant in town. The question of a plant of this kind, while not occupying the public eye at present, may receive the best popular attention later A plant of this kind would undoubtly be a valuable addition and if handled in the right way may prove a successful enterprise. Why not commence agitating a new public school building It is the one improvement which the school system needs. The school is poorly housed in a poorly lighted and ventilated building. The school has out- grown the present building and the district could add nothing that would more nearly suit the present needs than a new school building. The school district is practically out of debt and can well afford to consider the erection of a new building. The erection of several new residences is strongly contemplated this spring. A few more good dwellings will help the town wonderfully. Saguache has already a finer residence section including streets and shade trees, for the size of the town, than many of the more popular larger towns of the state and a few new resi- eences aside from those which are already the pride of the occupants, will add un-speakably to the beauty and comfort of our town. The prosperityof a town is not guarded by the wealth of its inhabitants, but by the uniformity with which they.all pull together when any important us. dertaking is to be accomplished. A man with a thous. and dollars at his command and a love for the town in his heart, can do more for the upbuilding and improv- ing of it than the millionaire who locks up his capital and snaps his finger at home progress. ' f , , i/i,+ I II Saguache County Abstract and Investment Company mlTASI.~eHED BINOJ 1808 CAPITAl. 8"rook ,glOwO00 Abatmeta of title to mining, town or prolmrty promptly furnished ~ite Plre luuruee Officers: JouN I. PAtar~t, President Jzesz ST~Pm~NSO~, Vice President W. M S:5~wB, Sec'y and M'g'r St. Joseph Sanitarium. The St. Jo~ph Samtarium of Del NorSe has secured permission and is~ now offering to the people of the San Luia valley a contract which upon thai payment of $1 per month entitles tbs! person whom name appears on the con- tract, orany member of hm or her imme- diate family, one at a time, toprofemion. al oar*, board and nursing for each month that $1 is paid for, on condition that the person applying for admiasiou to the sanitarium was not afflicted with any contagious, ohronio or hereditary dima~. For partioulam apply to the Mother Superior. Send the Crescent to the old home they will llke to read it. SAGUACHE F~I~ ~ss~l lt/A4r~-4~lhl ~lb~A~lllll that the lands described below, embracing 160 It, lt41~ glllU ~/~q~q~lNI !~1~11~ acres, within the Coehetopa lqational Forest, vv . ,~ ~r, . . . , Colorado, will I~ subject to settlement and en- CHURCH NOTICES. flfll/ 011/1 0ll l(In,'i. ,-it-Lhnoln try under the L~OViaiona of the homo~ead ~aws aj RIIU itll lklllU~ U| U].0.111 oftheOnited]l~tasamithea tofJu e11, 906, BAPTI~ C .... CH ..~..~ ..... (~ Stab ~),~e Ubited States land office at o~ nu ~ PU~ bAIA~ Montrose, Colorado, on March 17, 1918. Any set- 10 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. m. preachlng ~ ' tier who was actually and ili ~good faith claim- service 7'30 ~ m ~reechiu~ ~rvice 7"~0 ~ m At Valley Prices inl~ any of uid lands forragrxcuitural purposes " " ~" " ~ . " " ~' prtortoJan~l~=le06, andhas not abandoned Wednesday prayer mectzng. 7:30 p.m. Thurs- same, has a praferanee right to make a home- day choir practice. All are cordially invited to ,stead cuts7 for the lands actually occupied. let Cer. west of Gotthelf & Tarbell store Bald lands W*r~ llata~i ~,pen the applications of I attend these servzeas_ ...... x~rH C_~A~s p.^.. thsper$omimentlofled~Iow~who have a pref-I vaux~t, opanstar, rastor. , * * v~*.,~t ~w~tv&~. ark,, erenoe right subject to the prior right of any I anch sett~r~ pgovided s~eh settler or apphcant [ is qualified to make hommtead entry and the [ METHODIST CHURCH preference ri ht is exoraimKl prior to March 17 r~ ~ ~F" ~ ~ ~ ....... ~,~ ............... t :" l Sunday school I0 a. m. Preaehzug II a. m. i " i / m i L ~ IVIB, O~ WnlOa ~ r~ne ~ ~Jt De BUO~ ~ I ~ -- ~ ...... . .^ 1 l ~m~ ~ I settlement blf.~ qualified person. The lands I J~pwortu x~tague u:~r~ p.m. l~reacmns -~:~J p. m. " I ~ , 1 [ [area~foliov~: Whew~ne~,the sa~ of nw~,[M.W. Graene, Scpt. of Snnday school. Youare JL ~ JL "~ ~ I and the ~e~ ~ ~ see tO, T 47 N, R 1 E N M P I invited to attend these servicsa I M, contatlfl~lr~l~mmm. ~ Baid tract was listed ] ~ ~ ~,"" . ~ . I UpOU the ap~[l_~lg~` ~Qf Porfino Garcia, Sa- I u. ]3. ~oDerly, l-astor I sancho, C, oI~t~t~ ]~t_~1480.~ ~ tract within I ___ All klndso~ Wu-~ ~,.~,~t.f t~o I~etsS0tad~t~T'~N; B6t~ N M P M, de-I .... v~, ... ,~,,, I scribed by mctm gnd bounds as follows: Be- I Catholic Churnl~. ginni at eernsrNb lu lime stone marked H-1 T " f -- ~.~ -- ~, __| n~.__ .. -- . ~ = l hxrd Sunday o each month 9 a. m. eervzc~ ~.ateal~ t~Urr~ercorner oz see ~: 1' . . . . , /thence eMt ~0Qhaiaa;o:thence north 60 cnatvs; I the m-~ernoon at 2 p. m. catechism and instruc- t.... .... [thencewe~t~t~r/t~enee so~-h 20-chains;I tion to the children In the .~a.i,~. at 7'8(~ ~. 1% ~ 1-1, ~amm~ff~td | thence wmt 10 hai!~; thence ~)nth 0 cha, s t,, / ................ /the place of~: rl~ore is excepted there- reaar~ anu oenee~ouou, un Hie roltowlng ;)IOn- II III I /froma strip of [and tO feet wide wi.th!n the dayearlyMaeeat6'~0a.m. lext~nor bd4mdarim thereoz, particutarty ae- Roy. A Forster S J Priest in Char-e ~,~,,,.,,.,,, ,,. **.~ ,,, ,.~u ~ lecrihedtmfellowm ~innina atapointonthe " "~" _ ~. ".:" UUI/UAKI i11" ~K. Utl~lfT : lwest bounda~/of the Irsvt listed, from whzch ttealaenee in us; ~orte ............... ltheeaatqusrteree~n~rsec 82, T t8 N, It 5E ~ ------ lbeare scutch 4e~ dsgw~t 14.50 chains, and extend- vna ~ TT, ,, ~ . ! i~g thane, ]~ feet on each aide of a line r~nning, Town of 8aguache, ~uwaru w~rey, a wets Known ana north85deg east 2t.24"chains. thence north 58 Ma-'or W R Most^:'~- hi~,hl~ respected -erson died -f ~_t.,. degmmtG.24ohal~t~apointofelosins on the ~, ~ ~t~u. ~ t- ' ~- v'M''Su*" boundary of the tract. The.nctaraabeing158.90 Aldermen--President, W M S]ar:,~, disease at the home of his daughter, Mrs care*, 8aid trut wu listed upon the ap.plica- ~ ........ ~... " ~ .. Lee Dud reon near 8 ....... " tics of E. C. Hale, Sar~onts. Colorauo: ~ist 2- J~'rantr 11. l~eans, l.yanlel ~ lgll, ~. ~r. . gJ, :., .... ,oleo?u, Uallt., on l~7.8.bA~r~ed~m~m~b~n~, loe~2.tSeV.:eroeuda~ Shellabarger, E. R. Coohrane, D. d #anuary At, J.ul,% the Qeoeaae~1" was l.~ndOfliee born in Knox county, Ohio, February 13, 1838. Early in 1862 Mr. Ulrey came to Call- fornia by ship, crossing the Isthmus of Panama and arriving in San Francisco in March. He spent four years in Pl~oer county in the gold mining distrj0t near Grass valley. He returned to his home in Ohio in 1866, when he moved to Wa- pel[o county, lows, with his aged moth- er. Later he went to Wayenefleld, Ohio, where he was married to the lady of his choice in December, 1868. The couple ~ived in Iowa eighteen years, removing then to Saguache county, Colorado, where they settled on a homastead and engaged in farming. The altitude of Colorado proved too high for his h~ntlth as he suffered from heart trouble and he with bis family moved to California where he went seven years ago to try the warmer climate of the coast. Five children were born to the union three daughters and two sons, the oldest daughters preceded the father and mother to the better land. The sons, William F. and Edward L. reside in Colorado. His wife and youngest daughter were at the bedside when the end came. He united with the Baptist church in Iowa and was a member of the same de- nomination in Alameda, California, at the time of his death. Ray. E. B. Hatch of Gonales preached tha funeral sermon at the Colony hall at Ft. Rotate, on January 13th. A large number of relatives and friends gather- ed to pay a last tribute of respect to the deceased, after which the remains were laid to rest beside those cf hie grand- father, Charles Ulrey, in the 0e~stery. Store Hours. Modern business men realize the nec- essity of giving to their employem u much comfort and recreation as po~i. ble. The days when stores were opan:i before daylight and kept open until every one else was in bed have psem~L The first man who started early (losing was told he could not compete with stores who kept longer hours. Contrary to this supposition all busin~ men ~are surely following his lead. The trading public realizing that this much n~dett reform is being made for the beneflt~ the employees, are anxious to give their support to such broad minded institu- tions as adopt this plan. The old saying all work and no makes Jack a dull boy is a true one, and l the clerks and employas who have ~ome time to spend at their homes with their families are better able, more willing and anxious to attend to the wiahm and necessities of the public. The Gotthelf & Tarbell Mere. Co. for ths past year have closed their bueia~a at six thirty in the evening, except Sat- urday nights, sad the loyal support gi~,~m them during this lime is sufficient proof of the trading public's appreciation of their methods. A Qreat Newspaper Offer. The Kansas City Weeizly Journal ie making a great offer to get subscflber& Anyone sending the small Bum of 30o will receive the Kansas City W~kly Journal one full year and the Mimouri and Kansas Farmer one full year-~thase two great papers (or one year each ' for the small sam of 300. This is a clubbing arrangement between the two pspem The Kansas City Weekly Journal ia W011 known as one of the beet weeklim in the west. The Missour~ and Kanm~ Farmer is a splendid paper dgyote~i to all classes of farm and home news. The~ two papers make a splendid and valuable combination for the reader. The ~- ass City Weekly Journal fl~reiahm the news of the world, The Mbmo~r~ and Kansas Farmer furnisbm reliabht :l~$w~ on all class of farm and home affahlh The Farmer is published twine month~. Two great papers a whole year each for the small sum of 30o. 8end 300 right off and get th~me two great papers for one year uch, ~ the great offer will not be good after Janu- ary 1, 1912. Address the Kanau City Weekly Journal, Kansas City, Me. Old paper~ for ~le at th~ o~0e. ESTOS ,ON O,mT.. OF IS DIRECTORY i NATIOSA]b FORR~T. Notice is hereby given I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Jan 2~ Feb 15 ~'ATR OF COLORADO, | In the County CountF of I&aguaohs,~ ss Court. In the matter of the~mtate of John DeCamp, de- ceand. ! Notice of Preeeedin~ for Determination of Heirs lind Final Settlement. Notice i~ hereby elves that on Monday the erd i day of Maroh, A, D. 1918, being one of the regu- lar days of the March, 19L$, term of said court, I Katie DeCamp,~administratrix of said estate will uppear b4ffore the enid court, preseut my fi- nal settlement ~ each udministratrix sad pray the approval of the urea and will then apply to be discharged a~ such administratrix. At which time and place anyl~rSon in interest may aP- pear and pm~t objections to the same if any there he, Notice im ales hereby given that Katie DeCamp has flied her dul~ varified petition, alleging that she la an heir at htw of said decedent, aud that the only nther helm at law of said decedent known to enid petitioner are a~ follows: Addle Ande~bn, Bestlsehe, Colo., daughter. Maree|la EIz~o~, ~cbe, Colo. daughter, W~ley De@ampv Villa Grove, Colo., son. Accordingly on maid, dute hereinbefore men- tioned or at ahtte to which said hearma may be continued the e~id aobrt will proceed to ascer- 'rain and determine wheeze hairs of said dsced- ant. and as ~ ez~tit~d to inherit any lands, tenements, hemditamante or other property, real or personal, constituting all or a part of the '~tat~ of ea[d dtead~tt trod enter a~ decree ac- sordidly. At wllfeh lzeariz~ all persons claim- lngto behein ~t lswe~ Imid dcedent, or claim- lingto have ashy interest in said estate, may Dear and pmmat their proofs. Dated at tl~tlu~he, Col0., this 27th day of Jan- uary, A. D. ISIS. Katie D4K]sml~ Admiui~tratriz of the sctste John DeCamp. dined. Palmer & Tru~ Attlm. for Administratrix. Jan 80 Eob When in Sagua0he with your stock re- member Mel Powella' feed corral. T Me.an. Police Magistrate--Jud Keyes. Clerk--W. L. Hammond. Marshal--John Clans. Treasurer--A. N. Ratter. Sa~u~ehe ]Fire Company, Regular meetings on the first Monday eve,, ing of each month, at Town Hall. WAY~TER HAMMOND, W'M. F. BOYD Secretary. Presl d ez~ High School Comm/ttee. Pres--M. M, Sutley, Center. Sse--J. C. Freedle, Saguaohe. Hen. D, S. Jones, Center. Dr. O. P. Shippey, Saguache R. W. Everett, Villa Grove. 8ohooI Board, President---Dr. O. P. Shippey. Secretary--Walter M, Slane. Treasurer--Mrs, W. L. Curtis. LODGW, NOT)(C]~d~, Olive Branch Lodge, lye. Bst0 A.F. & A.YA Regular meetings Saturday on or b~, fore full moon fneaoh month, at Ma ~onic Hall, Drum's block, at 7:'J~ o'clock p. m. "~ O. P. Shippey W. M ~. Earl Forbes ,Secy. Baguaohe Camp No, 38, ~. of W. Meets on second aud fourth Saturday evening each month, at Odd Fellows Hail. W. M. BLANE, C.C. WrLSO~ W~A~S, Clerk. Mirage Camp No. ~, M. W. A. Mirage Colo. Meats every Saturday night in its new hall. CHAS. WARRANt, C, B. S~YD~, Consul. Clerk Moffat Camp No. 9358 M. W.A. meets ~d and 4th Saturday nights at 8'.80. W. G. Lovcy, Clerk. W.E. Murphy, Consu~ Wehave added several additional to our switchboard and are now ready to take your order for that PRIVATE LINE Aprivate llne telephone is a TIME SA R, & TIME IS MONEY The Mounlain 8taros Tslephono r andTelegra h company I HOT DRINKS SERVED FROM 2 p. m. until 10 p. m. ARE DELICIOUS I BouiIIva Hot C, hocdate Tomato I + i Bed TeaSteero Ilmmlttmle Pean.t Crisp 30 per Imund: O. P. SHIPPEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Saguache, - - Colorado E~ES TE~TED GLASSES FITTED J. L. Loomis, M. D. Saguach Colorado Phone, Lincoln 39~ Dr. S. O. SWARTZ, RESIDENT DENTIST SAGU AC[IE, COLO. No charge for examination. I. C. GARTNER, D. C. SPECIALIST IN DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM SAGUACHE, COLORADO T. M. Alexander's Residence PHONE, FOREST Sa John 1, Palmer S.M. True PALMER & TRUE Law~ers. Saguache Colorado FRANK H. MEANS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Notary Public Saguache, CoIorado ALBERT L. MOSES Attorney at Law Alamosa Colorado Austin Bui]ding. Phono Alamo 431 B. T. CANTWELL, M. D., Physici~tU Vtlld Surgeon Ben a n za Colorado ~YES TESTED GLASSES FITTED J. W. BEERY, Barber Shampoo, Massage, Singeing and ttoneing Satisfactorily Done A. BREWER Undertaker and Funeral Dlreeter Announces to his friends and to the public i~ general that he is in business again and h~ u new and complete stock of undertaking goads on hand. SAGUACHE, COLORADO JAMES BUCHANAN, Undertaker and Funeral Director Wishes to announce tohis friends that he has purchased the Undertaking business of jam~ Slano and will answer all call~ promptly day or night. Hearsoin connection. 8AGUACHE. iPascha, ~u6 ase~ bierno gui~rra Los r~ ~lue /on los sol, ~erla ( Fabens, que los gunos r~ linen de neclent~ reports I ta Luz E ~e habla [tbertad :rue un ] ~arte de ~i no Se entonces flad se a E1 gob del Con~ este aco~ bla hace: :ia~. E Paz, es d )Its, ~IX WALTER M. SLANE ~ivo el i ~su dimis Notary Public. PUeblo S, * JSvene~, 8aguache A bstract 01~lce. E1 minis ~? clenei nuevo W. F. BOYD, aos de R Hnete az Notary Public. ~an dec! Saguache County Bank. ~drian6p ~enct6n ~~ rondos ft Phonographs & Records. :! i Watchesl Watchesll,6rter n ~artlnez CLOCKS & JEWELRY +mbrad, ~Chler~o All Kinds of Job. Work inez no mrtldo d J. W. BEERY ,lsti. ut _ . _ | a os, ~fortUna~ I=/A]H Oil It,+,,*0 [] ~~".', +. P~'+.Y 27~_~e?.__m B~daYcent~ 1 ~~+y~. ,ou,~ I P de p+s | ~edio I I! ~m~a :el ~'|Ustri~ e +lniend+ t q lust the weather for m .h fail &: winter new Ir quell R,RMEMB~I~--We carr~ the most compl~ querfa and up-to-date lines in the city, Your eatie~.v~= 0nsidera~ tion guaranteed, as to s~yle, fit and workman|lilt lV~relar~ mnm~ummnl i Cleaning, Pressing, Repalrlng Altering neatly done ea|uach rlng o,, WM, L~ez, Prol i i