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THURSDAY, MAR. 26, 1931 ii 1111 Ill i I i ................ SATURDAY SPECIALS Double Wool Plaid Blankets $4.95 Values Now $2.98 One Assortment Wash Dresses .................... 79c Turkish Towels ......................... 15c and 29c Wash Cloths .................................... 08e New Prints and New Pattern in Oilcloth Arriving Daily Work Clothes a Specialty DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHING "The Reliable Store" Phone 45W at SHERMAN'S n d l is love b)' ever)body. 7-haf00 the re o S if is o/ways e wor/d; . m osf opproprio fe Eosfer ^ complete assortment of fine candy awaits your selection. " el Sa00uache 6rocer)'and Market That's Jack's Place--Phone 104 .:.:.:.:.a gu a ch e, - . - Colorado Coal Coal Coal Rusty Produces Lasts More Longer Heat Crested Butte Lump for best steam coal Always ready to fill your order L. W. GROSS Saguache, Colo. I I NEW SILK UNDERWEAR THE $/[(ItIC1 IITA MOFFAT The school band and Spanish clas- ses entertained last Friday afternoon with music, plays and talks. An oration was delivered by John Cam- pbell, Jery Archuleta sang a Span- ish solo, Marguerite Campbell closed the program with a piano solo, "La Golindrina." Characters have been chosen for the next play, a three-act camedy drama, "The Path Across the Hill," to be given near the close of the school term. Watch for the date. Among those who attended the funeral of Mr. Holland in Crestone Sunday were: Ray Bradley and fam- ily, F. De Vinna, C. E. Morris and Mrs. Emma DeBord. Everett Morris spent his quarterly vacation with home folks. Mr. Biggs and Earl Smalley have finished calcimining the church which is ready for the program to be given Easter morning by the Sunday School classes. Mrs. John Corder and baby daugh- ter spent several days last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander of Saguache. A. P. Calright returned home last Wednesday from Oklahoma, where he has spent the winter with his mother. Mrs. Adam Sheliabarger came in last week from Salida and is visit- ing her daughter. Mrs. W. A. Albert and family. Everyone enjoyed the athletic show in Hooper last Friday evening. The boys basketball game proved a victory for Hooper with a score of 29 to 15. Our boys were out classed in every way, this being the first time they had played a team that had taken part in the Valley Tourna- ment and were winners of a penant this year. John Sheets and family enjoyed a dip at the hot well near Hooper !as Sunday. Several from here attended Court in Alamosa this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sheldon of Central City, Colo., came in Monday and are visiting at the Otto Roetker home. Mrs. Emma DeBord, Roy Rexroad and Morgan Gray were Center visit- ors last Monday. Mr. Cruzan of Oklahoma City, spent several days at the John Mar- CRESTONE Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tooker are the proud parents of a son who ar- rived Tuesday, Mar. 24. Mrs. Keys spent Tuesday with Mrs. Mayer. W. T. Holland passed away at his home in Crestone Friday morning at 7:30. Mr. Holland received injuries several months ago in an auto crash, which is believed to have caused his last illness. Funeral services were held at the Community church, of which he was a member, Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Samford of Sa- guache, spoke comforting words to relatives and a host of friends. Fav- orite songs of his were sung, 'The Old Rugged Cross," Lead Kindly Light," "Face to Face" and "Home of the Soul." The Masons conducted the service at the cemetery which was very beautiful. Margaret Hutch- inson and Gladys Stewart were flower girls. Pall bearers were all Masons: Messrs. Dr. Bradley of Cen- ter, Loran White of Saguache, Lou Walrath, Bill I-Yutchinson, F. M. Mc- Gew, W. W. Facett, of Crestone. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson. Miss Hunt and Kenneth Hutchinson motor- ed to Saguache Saturday. Kenneth took third place in the spelling con- test. Mrs. Holland, brother and nephew left Tuesday for their home in Cal- ifornia. BONANZA Val Higgs left Friday for Ouray, Colo., where he has secured employ- ment at the Barstow mine. Franklin Mahoney of Minturn, vis- ited with home folks Sunday. Mrs. Eric Eastman and daughter, Slgrid Midwinter, were shopping in Villa Grove Wednesday. Mrs. John Viers is spending this week visiting with her son Charles at Gilman. The high wind is making it very difficult to put the roofing on the new school house which is nearing com- pletion. J. S. Johnson drove to Rocky Ford last week to get his wife, who had been caring for the new granddaugh- Ler the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and tin home. son Junior and new daughter Imo- In the e'l'-- n .... I gene, accompanied their parents, Mr. sp t lng a u ora:orlcal con- , ..... , . -* held -* c ...... ^ a___, n, I and lvlrs, d.  donnson, name :[or an .... ., , __. [ lnflennlge V1SI$. Laura Miles took fourm place. AI-t . . Max Wflhams drove over from the there were no other oratory con-/ . ' " /Mmturn Saturday evening for a few testants, John Campbell was consider- ed very good and will represent this days visit with his family. county in Denver on March 31st. The roads over both passes, Coche- topa and Poncha, are in fine condi- tion. The Salida furniture man, M. Greenberg, has a large ad in the Cres- cent announcing a sale. On account of machine trouble and lack of space, we were forced to leave few items over for next week. Mrs. Eugene Whitten of Denver, is making her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rodeman, a two-weeks visit. The Pueblo Ice Cream Manufact- uring Company have taken over the Sugarbowl Care. On a hurry moving notice, Fred forgot to take time to announce his farewell and further destination. Happiness depends to a great ex- tent, on whether you owe the bank or the bank owes you. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sheldon and Eleanor McLaughlin of Central City, Colo., were visiting friends here Monday. Elda Johnson of Gunnison, is here visiting for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Max Williams and children are visiting in Minturn this week. POOR SLEEP DUE TO GAS IN UPPER BOWEL si'Z":ea'ngu ed?r;a  ;I can't get rid of this by just doctoring the stomach because most of the gas is in the UPPER bowel. The simple German remedy, Adler- ika, eaches BOTH upper and lower bowel, washing out poisons which cause gas, nervousness, bad sleep. Get Adlerika today; by tomorrow you feel the wonderful effect. You will say the day you read this was sure a lucky day for you.OSCAR S. MAROLD, Druggist. I .1! Provide NOW For The Future! Put aside a regular sum each week to safeguard yourself against finan- cial worry later on. Anyone who has learned the lesson of Thrift may consider himself well educated! We particularly welcome new ac- counts--which may be started with One Dollar! Sa0000ache County National Bank SAGUACHE, COLORADO Capital and SurNes $80,000. MORE FOR Your Money It pays to buy at this home store for two reasons-first, you are assured of the best you can buy for the price-second, you are keeping your money at home-- right here in the community where it has chance to come back to you. YOUR DOLLAR IS GROWING-- THESE PRICES PROVE IT-- Beef PRIME FRESH STEAKS ............... 25c ROASTS ..... _ ......... 20c Lamb GRADE LEG .................. 28c CHOPS ................ 25c STEW,_' ................ 22c ROAST ................ 25c S TOILET oap LAUNDRY P. & G. or CRYSTAL WHITE, 6 for .......... 25c LUX or PALMOLIVE Pork HOME GROWN CHOPS ................ 28C ROAST ................. 25C SAUSAGE ............. 25 Fruit FANCY FRESH ORANGES ............. 40c GRAPE FRUIT ........ 13 LEMONS .............. 40c BANANAS ............ 12c ROYAL TWO JELL FLAVORS Raspberry-- Strawberry 3 for .................. 25c 3 Pkgs. for ............ 25 HIMItIOND MERCANTILE Co. SAGUACHE COLORADO WHY NOT BUY Your GOODYEAR tires and tubes at GROSS GARAGE? With a tire and tube, any size, you get 'a First Aid Kit---just the thing to have in your car or home--seven firs-aid articles. L. W. GROSS GARAGE, Saguache, Colorado. NOTICE That all mining operations Baca Grant No. 4, are being taft i on by Leasees and the undersig  Company will not be responsible any manner for bills of what-so -e nature contracted by any of Leasees. SAN LUIS VALLEY LAND & CATTLE CO., -tf Crestone, cola All Prices From 97c To $1.99 Aprons From 65c to $1.00 Ladies Dresses From $1.00 to $2.95 Children's Dresses From 50c to $2.25 Ladies New Spring Hats all prices $2.45 to $5.45 MEN'S WORK SHOES Leather Coats ...................... $7.50, Work Shirts ........................... 95c Work Shirts .......................... 75c Boys Suits ....................  .... $4.95 Men and Boys New Caps, All Prices i Phone 21J JORGENSEN'S SAGUACHE, COLORADO Why Go Out Of Town To F. Ridgeway & Son "A Home Owned Store" BUY TIRES ,i While we offer any of the four leading tires manufactured at Mail Order House Prices. U. S. Royal, U. S. Peerless, Fisk, Best Tires Made GREEN & WHITE SERVICE STATION OF SAGUACHE ALL GOLD SPINACH No. 9_1/= size can 3 cans .... 59c 6 cans... $1.17 All Gold Yellow Cling PEACHES Packed in-heavy syrup No. 2V size cans 3 cans .... 79c 6 cans... $1.57 All Gold Red RASPBERRIES Packed in heavy syrup No. 2 cans 3 cans.. $1.06 6 cans...$2.11 MANY OTHER ITEMS at ATTRACTIVE PRICES FOR CASH All Gold PEARS Packed in heavy syrup,. Bartletts, No. 2x/ size can 3 cans .... 85c 6 cans... $1.69 All Gold Sliced PINEAPPLE Packed in heavy syrup No. 21/ size can 3 cans .... 87c 6 cans... $1.73 All--Gold BLACKBERRIES Packed in heavy syrup No. 2 size can 3 cans .... 79c 6 cans... $1.$7 CLING PEACHES Packed in heavy syrup No. 1 size tall cans 3 cans .... 53c 6 cans... $1.05 VOl SC] FUNI A 8 ing, 1 road i