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The Saguache Crescent
Saguache , Colorado
January 30, 1913     The Saguache Crescent
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If you live out of town we'll send your pur- chases by Par ls Post AT YOUR S ERVI C E THE GOTTHELF & TARBELL Mercantile Company Purchases de= livered Promptly First Delivery 8:00 a.m. Last Delivery 5:30 p.m. 0;: s,I- STOBE BOOBS: ? A. M TO 6:3 M. SATUBDtY I'0 :30 P.M. Hardware 6reccrlcs and Heats Ladles' China Sale We invite your attention to the saving made possible by the tre- mendous cuts from regular prices. We need the room. These prices will move the goods. Dinner Sets. I00-piece sets of China, specially priced 1'4 off Decorated Toilet sets, spe- clally priced 1=4 Off Glass Ware, Cream and Su- ~) ar sets, Bowls, Fruit ishes, etc. etc., specially prceed I-4 off Water Sets, a variety of de- signs and patterns, spe- dally priced 1=4 Off Odd Pieces. A quantity of odds and ends, plates, platters, etc., specially priced . 1=2 01I Lap RoSes Chase Plush Robes. Reg- ularly priced at from $5.50 to $8.00, to do~ 1-4 off We are proud of the cleanest,most sanitary and up-to-date Grocery and Meat Market in the val- ley. We take the greatest pai.qs to furnish our patrons with the highest quaIity food products at the lowest prices obtainable. For your considera- tion we quote prices on a few of the hundreds of items on sale : 5-pound package of Oatmeal ..................... 25 Grape Nuts, 2 packages for ..................... 2.5 25-cent Calumet Baking Powder ................. 20 Schilling's Baking Powder, 12 ounces ........... 4[=0 Sehilling's Baking Powder, 2 pounds ......... $1.OO Schilling's best Coffee, per pound ............... 35 Choice roasted Coffee, per pound ................ 2/$ Silver Gloss Starch .............................. 10 Corn Starch ..................................... 10 Household Ammonia 10 cents, 3 for ............. 2/$ 35-cent Glass Jars, Bacon ........................ 30 Anderson Jam ................................... 10 Laundry Soap, 6 bars for. ...................... 2/$ Van Camp's Soups ............................... 10 Green Chile ..................................... 10 Blue Label Corn, per can ........................ 10 Highest prices paid for ranch eggs& farm produce Coats and Dresses We have made big reductions on every garment in our Coat and Suit stock. This season's models priced for quick selling. Do not miss this opportunity. Everyone a Bargain men's Hats We have just received our first shipment of the new, snappy spring styIes. All colors and the right shapes for everybody. Valentines Valentine Booklets, Post Cards and Novdties. Bargain Table A lot of Ladies' Underwear and Corsets. A lot of Ladies' and Men's Shoes At Bargain Prices TRADE AT THE BIG STORE Fi ~__~ ]STROLLERS QUARTETTE I NOT A DISAPPOINTMENT ii ~'~111~ Mantha" ,w~,~n~ eo,v~,~,., manufactured by Prec. The Strollers Quar---~et did not, disap- i [ UIU! 1 ]UPIllU ter & Gamble, makers of the widely ad- 11 highPintschoolthe bighallaudienCelast Thursdaythat gatheredni~:ht ruin hear them in the fifth and "last ~un,ber [ V[ vertised Ivory Soap. This is one the best powders on the market. We want Ill of the Lyceum course; rather their pro- i i you to try it and, as a special inducement, we have placed on sale 100 regular [ I gram considerably over-reached the ex- M ! I II Imotations ot their hearers. FI 10c packages fr 5 Per Parka,e ~./The app'aran f the Quartet was their first before the public here. They in a few short moments won a place in the heart of everyone who attended. The Many hearera went home Tbarsday night wishing that the Strollers Quar- 1--4 Karo Syrup Fine for Table Use and Candy Making. [ I tot may apt~arinnextseason's Lyceum ] Three sizes--2-1b., 5-lb. and I0-1b. pails. We carry ~'~ oour~. i both the cane flavor and crystal white. Try a 5db. ' _ paiI of the cane flavor for 30 ~nts BUSINESS L0ALS. Diamond Shaker Salt The fine, white, easy flowing kind. Put up in patent cartons, with easy filling spout. We offer this excellent table salt. at, per package, 10(; hum Crabs These crabs, taken from the deep sea, are prepared with great care and packed in northern Japan. Fine for salads. To introduce them we offer our regu- lar 50c size can for 25G Brooms Fine assortment to choose from. Thoroughly seasoned, hardwood handles. Extra quality straw. Findy stitched. We have a fine broom for 40(;| a better one for 50 and the king of all for 65(; BJ M. C. Toilet Paper The spedal sanitary toilet paiaer of extra quality. Comes 1,000 sheets in roll. Order some today. Per roll, 10(; 1)1}108 Fine, Colorado Grown Varieties.We wish to quote our best Jonathans at, per box, $2,2~s Gases at $|,~0. Other varieties with prices ranging in between. We can give you a bargain in Cooking Apples THE MEANS & ASHLEY Mercantile Company SAGUACHE - - COLORADO It Will P#y E#F~ 0no To Read Every l.|l~ |U This Column. lq'Ut=tS ! Bring your furs to u% we pay highest pri0v$. . ~aguache Pharmacy. POSTED No hunting or fishing allowed on my ranchos. I.L. Got!hell. Wanted--Party to dig well at the Methodist parsonage, call on or address Mrs. E. Russell. Coal I Coal I A few more tons of coal left, also some good blacksmith coal. B J. Timney. Notice. Apples for sale one dollar per bushel while they last. Bring your own box or sack. J.W. Proflitt. Jungle Dairy cream and milk is fresh, clean and wholesome. The taste remains long after the price is forgotten. 1(} qts. for $1, delivered. g~ nou~. On weak flaFm ~h.e Ofllco wlll be open from O o'clock In the morning to 7 in the evening No mails merive or depart on lilunday and the office will not be open on that day. JOHN H. ~rILLIAM~, P. ~[. MolEst 8tags Line. Leave Moffat daily ex. Sunday at .... l:00 p. m. Arrive at Saguache by ................ 4:20 p. m. Leave Saguacho daily ex. Sunday at,.6:~ a.m. Arrive at Mofl~t by .................... 9;20 a. m. Mlnnehaha Chapter No. 48, O. E. S. M~ta on Baturdal evening after fur moon in eaeh month, at Muonie Hall. Mrs. Lavinia Campbell, W. M. Mi~ Tilli, Yarrin~ton, 8euX, ESTABLISi-IED1880 ! SAGUACH E, COLOI~ADO ) Y {i T STRENGTH AND SERVICF are two important factm'8 in deferral!tint' E the selection ot~3 our Imnking' (:onm'c~ ion. STREN(iTH. V OUR CAPITAL AND SUIlPLUS OF SO0;000 00 insures a, lnple protection; ~tnd Ihe (~ ~ rendered is as perfect as nearly a third ~ J i ~--~' el" a celitul'y's exl,,,,-ie:,(:c ('an de, e!,q,. ~ [ CAPlTALAND SURPLUS 80,O00_J i .iI DRESSMMIIN6 Mrs. Ruth Glum Will go to house or take work at shop at Mrs. Dan Howard's Prices Reasonable ltigh School Wisps. Now that the weather has abated our furnace is working beautifully. It eats peaceably oat of the boys hands and de- livers the goods without any fuss or smoke. In fact it is working better than at any time previously this year ,r last. From this time hence we are expeetit~g no morn trouble. The poor freshmen are "up against it." If they work there is danger of losing their health, if they don't work, there is a certainty t~mt they will flunk, as many of them are finding out in algebra and history. What's the use anyhow? The sunshine of the past few days h~u brought out a number of embr~or~c Cobbs, Wagners aud' Bakers at the t[. ,~-~ We have no end of first class material and are planning to give the town a mu0h worse trimming thau they get last year. Whether we play any valley games or not remains to be seen. Our chief fear is that Frank C, hane, will kid- nap several of our players about the the time he takes the New Yorks souti~ for the spring training if his scouts ever hear of Saguache. Track work will start soon. We type and expect to build up this aetivit,y at S. C. H. S anff take the place amgng the valley teams that Saguache used to have and can again occupy. There is a pessl bility that the valley moot will be ield in Saguache this year. If you want i here let us know. It will require a great deal of work, but we are willing to .do it, "if we feel that the town wants it and is willing to support us. Mrs. Loomis is still putting in hard licks on the next school play, "Anita's Trials," which will be given Feb. 7th. IRTER 8OHOL mm a,T! DEBATE! .... i Represcntalives, Dei Norte andi local School will Argue lm= portant Question. l In tdgh ~c'.~o, fl i ~l February 2lst tWOI : r,q~resei~ta!iw s of {he hmal high sehooli! a,~(l Lwo fr~;m l},,' l)'.q N.rte high schooli will apl)e;r in j ~i~a: debate, on the quee-{ :i.m Res,fiv(d, "I']ial, the Railroads ofi th~ United ,~iates Mm,a'd be Owned andi Operated by li,::~ Federal Government/i c,)nstl~nti(,n :1 ri~hb~ waived, i Tim deba~e i,~ ~ h(~ result of a challengs~ t issued by Lbe c runty h~gh school herai bu the Del N.r~,~ school to meet repro'~ se:/atives in a dcb~de, i The atlirm~tive s;de or the questio~i will be prostrate,.{ hy Misses Gertrtldsi Bsseett and Minnie Crockett for tb*I vMting school, willie Misses No~ b~leming sad Z:dv. B~nnington represent-i ing the local school will speak for thS~ negative. Plel:ty of time is being givsn~ of tt}, contestants ~,) that every phase th,~ ~:ubjt'ct ~ill b~ presented. 'l/lie arlicb~,., of ;~greement covering thai (.abed( deanna, t};~,t, all the represent.~ tines be girls. The town high school ,'I county i~stituti,)n, while the D~ Nor!c school is a district school and lh~ artieh~ i~ emhodiec! in t, he agreement ~ a h.ndi~ml~ f,:r !he hx'al [~ehoel. Oth~ ruio~ give, ea~:h s~,-aker 15 minutes i!i ,vl;i(fla lu Fre~:,~>" ~,~r a~gumente, with five mi~m~f, rebu~t.l, Judges ~ill~.,e chosen hy lhe followio~ maimer. E,:ch ~:chool sends the opponenti a list; of three names of persons qualified':i for judges, From the list each school ~(~iects a j mid,' to r~present the opposit$i ~id~. A tifird .j,ldg~ is selected frol~I s~me neighbMog town and in this c~ probably come from A]amosa. i This debate is the first to be hold bei tween schools in the valley and may late~ be instrumental iu bringing about manI~ interesting contests between othol~ schools. $500 REWARD Those who have been permitted to wit. hess the rehearsals say the play will beat, all previous efforts. Remember lYcbru- ary 7th is not far off. Woodman Cecilian Player" Piano For Sale. Original cost $723, amount paid on same $290, balance due $~3. This piazm can be bought for the balance remaining unpaid and interest, on monthly paying plan. See W. M.Slane. We carry cream, sweet and sour milk to fill all orders. Jungle Dairy. } Will be paid for information leading the arrest and conviction of any persol~i or persons stealing any cattle belongiv~ to tho undersigned and branded } N, B], N~I mm I itll =, Signed: Nohmd & Got!hell, Carl MaC} o!d, Woodard Bros., G. W. Means, ~. ~;i Everett; L. B. Sylvester; Tomkins ~aF.~ tle Co., Chows & Jones, J. L. Hurt, ~i G. Chown. HORACE B. MEANS, President ADAM SHELLABARGER, Vice President DALLAS STUBBS, Cashier C. M. JACKSON, Ass't Cashier THE FIRST I ATIONAL No. 9997. Paid.Up Capital $6G 0.00 Four Per Cent. on Time Deposits Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent ACCOUNTS SOLICITED DIRECTORS Horace B. Means, George H. Curtis, Randall W. Everett, Adam Shellabarger, Dallas Stubba. William T. Ashley, Orland P. Shippey,