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THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1930 ..... ARRIVED THIS WEEK New and Latest Styles Men's Boys, and Childrens Caps Dry Good, Shoes and a Special Line of Work Clothes All New Pen Pan Prints i i i i ii ii IT PAYS TO TRADE AT SHERMAN'S "THE RELIABLE STORE" Phone 45W I The Wise Housewife Does Her Marketing at Our Grocery i We're Here to Serve You. We Carry Only the Best of---- VEGETABLES FRUITS FRESH and CURED MEAT Give Us a Trial Sa uachc {irocery and Market That's Jack's Place--Phone 104 Saguache, - - - Colorado JORGENSEN S off on Leather Coats Wash and Silk Dresses OFF 011 Piece Goods TIlE S~GUA:CHE CRESCENI~ VILLA GROVE M F. W. Woody is the proud possessor of a world wide Pilot Super Wasp ra- dio, which he recently had installed, and he and his friends are enjoying it very much. ,- .... -~, Arthur Cooper and famx]~ of Can- on City, spent the week end visiting in Villa Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meister were in from their ranch Thursday on com- bined business and pleasure. There are so few lady horseback riders seen now days, that when Mrs. W. Madison is riding on the streets here, which she has done often recent- ly, everyone is pleased to see her. Aaron Morrill has finished painting the interior and exterior of the Huer- fanG store building, which has im- proved its appearance very much. Henry Meister arrived from Wyom- ing, where he has been the past flvc months. He will visit friends and rel- atives two weeks before returning to Wyoming. Ned Gray and John Brunn came down from the Turquoise mine Satur- Iday. They brought With them five pounds of pretty blue turquoise which they had taken outin ten days. This industry being so near, helps financial conditions in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Burris Martin of Mof- fat, were visiting friends here Friday. They also had their car repaired at the Ports garage. Mr. and Mrs. Fuller and family moved from the Purcell ranch neat here to a ranch west of Salida last week. F. A. Ports made a flying business trip to Bonanza Wednesday. Mrs. W. L. Tittle and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were in from the saw mill one day last week. They report the snow going fast in that mountain region and the road passable. Walt VanBuskirk motored to Cen- down there. ter Friday to look after sheep he has John Holtmer and his brother Tom went to Salida on a pleasure outing Wednesday evening. The teachers, children and some outside adults have been very enthu- siastic spellers the past month and good work has been done in that branch of study. Mary Mendosa has had an attack of severe cold, but is now improving. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Slane and daughter Rachel were guests at the Frank Mishak home near Hooper Sunday. Charlie Wise is in the Red Cross hospital sick with pneumonia. He is somewhat better at this writing. Mrs. Ralph Gray of Bonanza, was n town shopping Saturday. QUICKLY' ENDS 10 YEARS TROUBLE w:iS:fgt:n b:X~em: b;Csku;:::: ::~ completely ended my troubles. JOHN HART, "I kept continually at work, but BONANZA Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wirick drove over from Crestone Sunday and spen~ the (lay visiting with their daughter and son. Dick V~er has returned from Sa lida and is convalescing at the Dunne home. Visitors at the Mike Hayes home the first of last week were Mrs. Haye~' daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Flear of Burlington, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paddock of Leadville. Dr. and Mrs. Kortright were in Center Monday where the doctor wa~ lookin after affairs pertaining ~to the showing of his play there Friday, March 14th. This will be the second public performance and it is worth while to see "Pocahontas Up-to-Date2 Mrs. H. G. Burgess returned from Canon City Saturday evening. Louis Fralpin and wife spent several days in Leadville, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H C. Sohn had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Nell O'Kane and Charles. Mrs. Emma B. Pilkington was a Sa- .~uache visitor Monday. C. J. Willard has rented the Ehncr Walker ranch north of the Springs. Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Patrick and Betty Lou spent the week end in Trin- adad visiting Mr. Patrick's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Best and fam- ily were in Alamosa Saturday even- ing attending the Masonic home tal- ent play. Mrs. D. C. Noland and daughter Edith were shopping in Salida Satur- day. Mrs. Mary Mustoe and son were visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer Walk- er, Thursday. Mrs. Roy Gingles is taking baths for a severe attack of rheumatism. Several were enjoying the swim- ruing and the private sweat baths Sunday. L. W. Gross was a visitor at the R 'Dunshee home Sunday. A New Law For Town Elections Tl~e last legislature passed a law amending the law pertaining to theI election of municipal officers. This 1 applies only to incorporated towns,t] organized for general purposes and li ~s as follows: "At the municipal election on the first Tuesday in April in the year 9 1. o0, and on the first Tuesday of April every two years thereafter there shall be elected a mayor for the term of two years, and six trustees for a tern] of two years." This makes the terms of the mayor and trustees all expire at th~ ~ame tbue. Under the old law the mayc,v was elected for a term of one year and each year three trustees were elected for two-year terms. This ne- cessitated an election every year, while the new law contemplates an election every two years.--Center Post Dispatch Maybe Center's people are law abiding citizens and hold a city elec- tion as the state law demands. Now, John, the editor of the Crescent re- mmbers an election way back, some ten years ago, in Saguache, which changed the atmosphere or the public interests at that time to a great ex- I tent. After that election the new [was so weak and rundown it was all n~embers of the board all voted "pres- I could do to keep up and going. I ent" at roll call every Wednesday could hardly eat anything without suffering afterwards; lost weight and my whole system seemed full of pois- ons. Four bottles of Sargon gave me back all my old time strength and energy; the indigestion is gone, I have a hearty appetite and am gaining weight right along. Sargon Pills end- ed my chronic constipation and put my liver in better shape than it has been in years.'~John Hart, 1740 Marion St., Denver. Oscar S. Marold, Drugs, Agent. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams went to Alamosa Frida.y Their daughter Miss Ruth, who is teachin:z in Antonita, returned home with them for the week end. FARMERS EQUITY CO- OPERATIVE CREAM COMPANY Moffat, Colorado MARKET PRICES PAID FOR CREAM G. K. CLARK, Msr. BANK BOOK WHY Is this America's Best Seller? BECAUSE it is a book that everybody should own and taat all thrifty people will own. It is easy to get, and a delight after you have it. The difference between Saving and Spending, is only a state of mind. One is~as i natural as the other, but only one brings real satisfaction. Make your choice today and start a Savings account to- i day in this bank, and become a capitalist. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Kangas were S, :ache County National Ban[ hosts at an attractive dinner Sunday evening. T|~e guests were Mrs. Flat- SAGUACHE, COLORADO ence Denton, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. ! andSWeetBarneyand MessrS.wylander.Leonard Lewin CoPiial oHd SHrPlH$ ~0|000i Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hayes drove to Leadville Wednesday morning, re- turning Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson drove to Salida Tuesday evening and at- HAMMOND tended the talkies. Mercantile Co. Saguache, .Colorado evening for a long period. Talk about "law abiding citizens," that's just what Saguache is blessed with. We make our own laws and stand by them Ptomaine Poisoning Fatal to Student Ptomaine ' "" l~O]somng, contracted six weeks ago, resulted in the death last Tuesday, February 25th, of Jack Bliss, 15-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. [ Charles F. Bliss, 539 South Avenue 39. Young Bliss, a first year student at Franklin, was president of the 1929 graduating class of Latona school. Besides his parents, he Is survived by a sister Ruth. The above article was sent to the Crescent by Mrs. dames H. Neal of Denver. Mrs. Neal made mention that Mr. and Mrs. Bliss had a number of Saguache friends who will remem- ber them as aL~0ne time living here. Mrs. Austin Jaqu~s is in th hospital at Salida, receiving treatment for her eyes, which have bothered her seri- ously all winter. FRESH MEATS PROVISIONS GROCERIES VEGETABLES FRESH FRUITS * Everything in High Grade food pro- ducts, Fancy Dried Fruits, Candies, Nuts and-- Fish and Oysters in Season STOCK SALT CHICKEN FEED CALL , OUR DELIVEB SERVICE IS J t .COAL it nOi IF YOUR Coal bin is empty--fiII Have it in shape so that you can snap your fingers the first cold snap and laugh as you stand before genial fire. We have tons of it to burn. SEND IN YOUR ORDERS NOW FOR SALE BY L. W. GROSS Saguache, Colo. J ~a ATTRACTIVE PRICES "Just a few of our attractive prices we are quoting on Groceries" Colorado Columbine Brand Tomatoes squat size can .............................. 10c per c~ Coloi'ado Columbine Brand Tomatoes No. 2 size can ............................. 25c for 2 c~ Colorado Columbine Brand Tomatoes No. 2 size can .............................. 35c for 2 ~$ Castile Brand Narrow Grain Sugar Corn No. 2 size can ..................... 25c for 2 Campbdls Pork and Beans with Tomato sause Medium size can ......... 25c for 2 c~ "Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Overalls, Mens Furnishings, Groceries and Hardware.. PHONE 32 F. RIDGEWAY & SON DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HARDWAI~I~ IMPLEMENTS AND GROCERIES ~.~ I l i I