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Tff BAGU&O] 0RESffgI - THURSDAY, MAR. 19, 1931 ROBERT R. TARBELL LAWYER SAGUACHE, COLORADO W. F. BOY[} Notary Public Saguache County Bank W. H. CUTLER ARTISTIC" PAINTING AND DECORATING Phone 79. LUMBER Will promptly deliver wants from the mill. time and money. FRANK TRICKLE Saguache, Colo. yOU !" Sa'e Bunt and Shoe Repairing ----O Special Attention to Out off Town Orders. ---O--- BIRT CLARE, Mgr. Saguache, Colo. "'%.....:... ..... , ........... SUGARBOWL Our Electric Paraphernalia is all set. We are ready to serve ur wants. A Splendid Noon Hour Meal Served. LUNCHES OF ALL KINDS 'ICE CREAM AND CANDY Fresh Assorted Nuts for Party Orders 37 Private Baths. Home Like and Quiet. Try Us and You Will Come ARain. H. E. OWEN, Prop. Tabor 9289 IIOLDEN HOTEL 1821 California Street Iat $1.00 to $2.50. Special Rates by Week. DENVER. COLORADO GAFE SERVICE And Regular Meals Modern and Up to Date Rooms Private Boothe for Ladiost Gentlemen and Families SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION Saguache Hotel ROLL MEANS & SON Dependability II -...-. rkoa:w that your hour of sor- there is one whom you 0a depend upon'to assume o0m- ' charge of all funeral "'ngements meat and close personal atten- tnto every detail insure the aa of service that you can de. Pend upon. FULL LINE OF FUNERAL SUPPLIES Motor ttearse Equipment s. W. TRUITT Saguachee, Colo. O O LEGISLATIVE NEWS From the STATE CAPITOL rl -" 0 Not at all impressed with the threats of the House Democratic ma- jority to stop consideration of bills to bring about final adjournment of the Assembly on March 27. the State Senate refused to take action upon the adjourning resolution adopted by the House. Instead of voting on it. the Senate referred it to the calendar committee. There it will sleep until the Republican Senate majority deems the time ripe to fix an adjourn- ment date. Many Republican sena- tors believe the Assemhly will be un. able to wind up its business before /pril 15. Favorable action on a bill designed to protect Colorado investors from fake stock salesmen and fly-by-night eompanies, was taken by the judiciary committee of the State Senate. A measure drafted by Senator Ira L. Quiat of Denver was ordered printed. indicating that it will receive the favorable recommendation of the com- mittee and be reported out for action on the floor within a few days. The fish and game committee of the State ttouse of Representatives faces a difficult task in its endeavor to revise Colorado laws, to open wider fields to sportsmen. Under the lead- ership of Representative David John- ston, the committee, it is believed, will attempt to confine class A licenses to privately owned lands. The House committee also seeks a new law on fur-bearing animals, the beaver being the only animal of that cl'lss which now is protected, l}ut plans to protect bears and other predatory animals are opposed by stockmen and farmers. Hoping to ef- fect a compromis ou the entire game and fish code, consideration of bills already introduced will be delayed several days, Johnston indicated. Realizing that unless this one-half mill levy is continued the General As- sembly will not have funds to meet the educational institutions' demands for money for new buildings, repairs an d improvements, the heads of these institutions are using all their influ- ence upon the legislators to force Ca. per able action upon the bill. If 'they are successful, $1,600,000 more than now is in sight would be available. The term "criminal procedure" does not cover the execution of a con- demned criminal, although it follows him to the death chamber, the Senate judiciary committee decided in tabling the bill that would substitute lethal gas for hanging in this state. Through an oversight, no specific title was in troduced this session to carry the lethal,gas proposal, so it was tacked on a general title without a body. This title was: "A bill for an act relating to crlmmais ann cmmmal pro- cedure." The biennial legislative ball is to be given the night of March 20. All legislative employees were invited. They accepted in advance; the only question was whether the feminine contingent could overcome the inher- ent dislike of social functions on the part of Gee. William H. Adams and induce him to lead the grand march. Warden Richard L. Shaw of the state reformatory appeared hefore the State Board of Corrections ant] de- fended his recent sale of the famous herd of Hereford cattle belonging to the institution. Shaw insisted that he had received the highest price possi- ble for the cattle. He said they had been for sale for some time and the price received was the highest of- fered. With but one dissenting vote, the Senate passed the so-called adult pro- bation law, giving trial judges in criminal cases discretionary power to suspend sentences and remit fines. Senator Rumbaugh introduced a resolution calling upon the heads of the state educatidnal institutions to make the per capita costs of their institutions the basis for tuifion for students rom states other than Colo- rado and changing tuition equal to per capita cost. Senator Lashley, Boulder, spokesman for the state uni. versity, objected to immolate con. sideration of the resolution. Request for $1,500,000 for building and improvement at the state hos. pital for the insane at Pueblo was laid before the Legislature by offi. cials of'the hospital, who declared the money was vital to proper conduct ot the institution. The rules committee of the House of Represent ati, ves .i leadlocked ov the bill to limi the search nd seizure powers 0 officers in enforcement oi the pr0hibitior laws The exact amount of the deficits el state institutions and lePartments fo /he current fiscal Period has beer f, ixed at ;37I48.5 ' by t19 sbcom. miitees of the Senate inano pad House al)propr]ation committ(:es. " triking a eath lflow at ,.p,, gaso. !!no de:!ers, the State Seate gave final approve| to the Hotse bill pro. v!ding for  more rigid inspection ot motor fuels: Without a V0te to sDare, the bill prohbitin$; judges | COlWt O ecord Srom c0mm0tlng on ov|dtlco passed the State I-toue o l,epveeutatives on final reading, Tlirty-threo represen- tatives, It b,re constitutional major- ity, voted for the bill and 30 against. Membe.r of t.h.e me,!cat profession tpl)eard bfor the t.mprace om- mitten @f the State House of Repre- sentatives ad alvanced arguments In favor of the bill a!lowing doctors to prescribe 16 ounces of lntoxlcating liquor for medicinal nurnoaea. And Golf Widowers A new game has been invented, a combination of golf and archery. A combinatb)n of gt)[f lnd the home-run feature of haseh'fll would get the unanimous supptwt of golf widows.-- tolumbia Revtwd. Purposeful Man Wins WANT ADS Fresh Buttermilk at Edgar Jones'. March 12-tf. Oranges, apples and grape fruit at The matt with.u! a purpose is tike Edgar Jores' market. March 12-tf. a ship with-ut a rudder--a waif, a] nolhillg a OO nll:n. Ilave a purpose - . . I Whppmg Cream dehvered 50c a in life. and It;lvittg It, :brow SUCh ,r,,av- ivtxlw an vorl ......  ...... vn strength-f mb,d and muscle into your ..o. ,,v. ... -.-J:"":'-'e['-':o ::n'':eu' J.UO q.--,. work as fired hns glvvn y)u.(arlyle. " ' p " ..., n Milk 8c a quart, Whipping cream , .."  " ..... '45c a quart, one door north of Ogden 'Why ingers ueceeu' s an rater- Hall E N Jones estin article, every reason being pre- sented except the chance that they ....... ,,,n si '"--l'octon lCvenino T'nnm'lntt eeI, pork ann music;on, one sour ...............  ...... v" inorth of Ogden Hall. Open after- noons, 2 to 6. E.N. Jones. TO WHOM ITMAY CONCERN: --B-ABf'HTCK-SS--Be-or-you buy, Notice is hereby given of the loss write for 1931 catologue. Lower of fire and tornado insurance poli- prices, higher quality. Arkansas Val- cies of the Saguache, Colorado agen- ley Poultry Farm, Canon City, Colo. cy of the (New York UnderwriterS, Feb. 5-April 2. ance Co.) bearing the rmmbers. sted below: I Fresh fish and oysters this week at Fire policies Nos. 21008 to 21025 Edgar Jones', one door north of Og-i inclusive. Fire policies for Dwelling Only Nos I den Hall. Feb. 26-tf. 6002 to 6025 inclusive. 1525 Tornalo Policies Nos. 1501 to inclusive. FAR SALE--Baby Chicks and started chicks. Write fof catalogue. The above mentioned policies re- Pattericks Hatchery, Grand Junction, quire for their validity the counter- Colo. signature of a duly authorized and, Mar. 5-12-19. licensed agent. Inasmuch as these.  -- policies have been lost and have not] A good four.room house for rent, been regularly countersigned, issued] or will sell on easy terms. Inquire or accounted for, nor any premiums] at the Crescent office. I received thereunder by this company.] ,,h i.tf ]the said policies will be valueless and] * ........  void in the hands of whomSoever they | -'_ ........... !may fall and any claim thereunder FOR ALmtcesoreu sees poa- would be illegal and fraudulent. If toes, no vitality for planting, good found they should be returned to for cooking with the jackets on, extra our General Agents, Messrs. Braer- nice for baking, egg size. 50 cen*.s pet 100 lbs. Phone 93F21, John H. ton-Simonton-Brown, Inc., 527 Gas and Electric Building, Denver, Colo- rado, or to the New York Under- writers Insurance Company, 100 Wil- liam--Street, New York. N.Y. No claim of any nature purported to be based upon the policy numbers listed above will be recognized by the Com- pany. THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE ACCORDINGLY. March 5-12-19. PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, Ernest F. Vouga whose address is Parlin, Colorado, grantor by his Trust Deed, dated June llth, 1924, and recorded in the office of the Clerk and Recorde r of Saguache County, Colorado, in Book 177 at Page 429 of the records of said i County, conveyed to the Public Trus-I tee of said County the following I land in said Coun/Y, to-wit: I The South-west quarter of the I Northwest quarter, and the North- west quarter of the Southwest quar- ter of Section five; the North half of the Southeast quarter, and the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter, and Lot two, and the East half of the Northeast quarter of Section six; all of said lands are in Township Forty-seven, north, Range three East New Mexico Meridian; and the East half of the Southeast quarter of Section Thirty-one, in Township Forty-eight North, Range Three, East New Mexico Meridian, together with all water rights ditch rights, rights of way and lateral rights heretofore used in connection with the above described premises or in any way appertaining thereto also together with those certain water rights represented by the Anna Number 1 Ditch to which there is de- creed 1.6 cubic feet of water per second of time; the Anna Number 2 Ditch to which there is decreed 0.8 cubic feet of water per second of time. and the Anna Number 3 Ditch to which there is decreed 0.8 cubic foot of water per second of time, and !together with the Douglas Ditch. Said water rights taking their sup- nl" of water from Razor Creek and Presser Creek in Water District Num- ber 28 in Gunnison and Saguache Counties, Colorado, in trust to secure the payment of Two principal notes of even date with said Trust Deed for $6,000.00, payable to the order of Max Buchman with interest there- on from date at the rate of 8 per cent. per annum. And whereas, John Marmet is now the legal owner and holder of the indebtedness se- cured bythe said Deed of Trust. And Whereas, Default has been made by the said grantor in said Trust Deed in the performance of the covenants and conditions im- posed upon him by the terms of said Trust Deed in this, to-wit: That said grantor has failed to pay the sum of $4,000.00 of said principal note when due, and interest thereon from October 31st, 1930. And Whereas, The legal holder of the indebtedness represented bv said note has filed with said Public Trus- tee notice and demand tn wrttinff, declaring said default and electing to declare the whole debt represented by said noteand interest thereon to date of sale due and payable, and demanding the sale of said land and water rights under said Trust Deed. Now Therefore, Public Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to said notioe, election and demand, and under and byy virtue of the authority vested in me by said Trust Deed and the law, I, Florenoe G. Williams, Public Trustee of said Saguache County, will sell the above described land for cash, at public auction, to the highest bidder at the East front dor of the County Court House, in the County of Sauaehe and State et {nlorado, nn $0th day of March A. I), 1981, at 10 o'clock in the fore- Been #or the purpose of paying said note, interest to date of sale taxes and the expenses of this sale, and will give to the purchaser thereof a oertificate of nurehase thereo as provlded by lv, }ad Pebruar 21st. 1931. FLORENCE G. WILLIAMS, Public Trustee of Saguache C,o, qlV. t. Colorado. First Pub. Feb. 2. 1931. Last Publication March 26, 1931. --FOR SALE---Wagon at the Second Hand "Store. Rodeman. Mar. 5-12-19. Baby Chicks-- Fine quality high egg producing strains, Reds, Rocks Buff Orpingtons, R. I. Whites $10.00 hun- dred, Leghorns $8.00 hundred, Thous- and lots 10 per cent less, 50 lots add 1 cent each 25 lots add 2 cents each, live delivery guranteed. Started chicks 2. or 3 weeks, add 5 cents each per week. Pattericks Hatchery Grand Junction. Colorado. March 19-26. Wanted-- Someone to store a piano free for its use, or will sell cheap. Write Baldwin Piano Co., 1636 Cal- ifornia St., Denver, Colo. Mar. 19-26. Hemstitching done at reasonable charges and mailed the same day as received. Mrs. J. A. Biles, Del Nor:e, Colo. Mar. 19-26Apr. 2. JERSEY MILK We have been fortunate in secur- ing a string of Purebred Jerseys, all health tested cows. Buy your milk from a progressive Dairy, all modern equipment, and the ONLY Dairy with cows tested for health. Yours for Better Milk and Richer Cream. HOLSTEIN DAIRY Byron H. Blake, Herdsman. E.H.WOOD ALAIAO..4- (OLO THEY PLAY THE GAME We attended a--basketball game the other evening. One team had one player on it who plainly outclassed every other player on the floor. Every time he got his hands on the ball il went into the basket, if he was any- where near it. Yet his team did not win the game. The reason was that every man in it was playing an individual game. Each was trying to star himself ad was unwilling to play a minor part to assist another to score. The result was that the other team which was distinguished by no b-l. ] liant playing, won the game easily,  because it resorted to team work. Every man on the team was workin for one thing at the same time--the score. Who puf the ball through lhe iron hoop did not make any differ- ence. The only thing that counted was that it got through and made a score. Towns are often troubled as was the losing team in this game. There is an unwillingness to get behind one man's plan and put it across. There is an unwillingness to forget pel, al desires and unite on the other fel- 10w' project, As a result the ener- gies of the town, as well as its limit- ed resources are divided to the ex- tent that nothing is accomplished. Many things are tall , but noth- ing is da, On the other hand, towns with less manpower and less resource if;rue ahead and accomplish one thing vfer the othe and each year can point to something definite achieved The reason is that these towns have team work. The forces of the com- munity rally behind the leadersMp and work together for a definite end. The cell or cavities contained tn certain bones, as the frontal, ethmold, sphenoid and superior maxillary, are called sinuses. The frontal sinuses are two irregular cavities extending up- : ward and outward from their open- Ings on each side of the nasal spine, between tim inner and outer layers of the skull, and separated from one an- other by a thin bony septum. They give rise to the prominences above the root of the nose, called the nasal eminences. "Mona Lisa" Without EyeIrows Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" has no eye- brows. During the early renaissance some ladies followed the custom of having their eyebrows plucked or cut. There are many instances in the sculp- ture and painting of the period. It is not knoo, n whether "Mona Lisa" had eyebrows in real life. but the picture shows none.--Washington Star. Almost Too Much Almost any one alight believe the story uhout.horned owls that swooped down on a night golf course in Cleve. laml and carried off golf balls; bui doubt enters when the writers tells us the birds brought the bails back when they found that they had not captured white mice. Flag at Vessel's Stern The origin of the custom of carry- ing a flag at the stern of a ship Is ob- scure. Several theories have been ad- vanced, one of the most substantial being that In the case of old vessels the flag was flown over the captain's quarters, which are aft on board ship. Longest Word ? The word dlsestabllshmentarianism pertains to the annulling of the estab- lishment of the church genes;ally, In- cluding disendowment. The word dls- establishmentarianism came into use when the Church of Iretand was dis. establisimd. Society's Splendid Record During the World war the Society of Fr, iends was active in relief work in France, Germany, Holland, Poland and Russia. After the war it did a great deal of reconstruction work, hospital work and relief work among the destitute. Ice Skating All Year Skaters are able to enjoy their fa- vorite sport all the year round in a cave in the Carpathian mountains in Hungary. the walls and floor of tle cavern being covered with frost erys. als even in the summer thne. Arabian "Schoolroom" An Arab school is conducted out-of- floors. The children and teacher alike it cross-legged on a grass :nat on the ground. Each child carefully removes his shoes and places them behind him before school begins. Horrible Thought One editor declares it is "no crtme to be rich." If it were, think of how many millionaires we should have smart alecks breaking the law Just te get the thrill of being a daredevil. Savannah News. United Austrian Cities The cities of Buda and Pest are on opposite sides of the river. Sometimes one is speaking of one city particular- ly, and sometimes of tle hyphenated entirety, Buda-Pest. Same Thing We've noticed that a homely wife will do anything to keep her hus- ban and a pretty one will do anything to preserve her good looks.Port Clinton Progressive Times. Women Again ! The tired business man who com- plained that he wanted peace and quiet, got a present of a radio set from his wlfe.Woman's Home Com- panion. On the Down Grade We expect old men to he censer- I vatives, but when a nation's young men are so, its fnneral-bell is al- ready rung.--Heury Ward Bencher. No Peace and Quiet "A day at the office with a constant stream of salesmen coming in puts no gilt on your frame of mind," says Neal O'Hara,--American Magazine Memory of the Dead Tlm grave, wrote J. Petit-Senn, Is a crucible where memory is purified ; we only remember a dead friend by those qualities which make him regretted. First Machine Gun The first modern practical m.8,ehne gun was invented by Dp, cto Gatling of Chicago in 186, and it was put into general sO about 1870. Yet to Come A scene we await eager  that of little innocents qRiteveting over the extra helpin( Ot vpinach.--Womau's I=Iou.i mpanlon. /.,j p-'- Moon's Britltts ' The total brightness of tbe moon Is reckon aa equal to a 100-candle- power lamp at a distance of 22 yar Gianta " ........... The word "giant 't ta eonventlonaPy limited t 0sons over seven feet in height. .   You Know the Ki4 ' " Give baby a sensible name, one hell like 20 xearz heace,--d:untr 0me, The Merchant Whose Customers Forgot In 1904 Pyle's Pearline was favor- ably known to most American house wives. That year the owners spent $500,000 in advertising it. In those days that was a large appropriation for advertising. Pearline was an outstanding suc- cess. Scarcely a home that did not have a package of Pearline in it. Three years later the owner of the company died and the new owners felt that they would save the money spent for advertising. Accordingly they cease to advertise. The result was that eight years later, the entire com- pany, good will and all was sold for $12,000. The failure of the company was in no wise due to the fact that the prod- uet was in any way inferior to others. It was purely due to the lack of ad- vertising. The new owners felt that they could go on and receive the business without advertising. They felt that every housewife in the land knew what Pearline was and would contin- ue to use it. They had told their story in advertising and thought that the American public would remem- ber it always and that neighbor would tell neighbor and the sales vol- ume would be sustained without fur- ther advertising. What's the difference, after all, between profiteering in war and rack- eteering in peace? ----,o---- "Scarface" A1 Capone now has more than a scar on his face. He has several blots on his escutcheon. o Wouldn't this he a great country if no persons were unemployed but th( doctors and undertakers? "Carry on!" was a great phrase during the war, but some people think it refers to charge accounts. 00K00we00lse Wgu00iness : LONG MILES in Short Seconds to Colorado Springs Colorado By Telephone 65c (station-to-station day rate) Long Distance Rates have been reduced four times since late 1926 The MounSain Staten Tel. & Tel. Co. The Saguache County Abstract and Investment Company Altraats, Real Estate Insurance t AUTO0000LE I NS__U__I__NCE A Present Day Necesslty RATES: Public Liability (damage to persons) ......... $11 to $21 Property Damage (damage to property) ......... $7 to $1i Fire ............... $2 to $5 Theft ............. $1 to $5 I Collision .............. $3 up Our Record on Payment" of Losses Is 100 per cent. W. M. SLANE, Secy. and Mgr. SHAVE DAILY and have your HAIR CUT REGULARLY LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING W. Give RLU RUB TRRATMENTS Agency Alam0sa Laundry SA6UACHE BARBER SHOP A. VAN HOFTEN