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April 9, 1931     The Saguache Crescent
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April 9, 1931

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TIIURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1931 &apos; THE SXGUCHE CRESCEI II I I "SPECIAL" I I1+11 I I bIINF00AL HOT SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bailey and Beginning This Week with daughter, of Inspiration, Ariz., are visiting Mrs. Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tobler. Mrs. Tobler has every $10.00 worth of Merch- been ill for several weeks but is able andise we are giving away a Beautiful Salad Bowl Free! ---COME AND SEE THEM !--- New Merchandise Arriving Daily with Special Low Prices! I Work Clothes a Specialty II I i "The Reliable Store" Phone 45W at SHERMAN'S :0: Sweeten Every Day with Candy Candy is highly concentrated energy. Eat a bit when you are tired. It will stimulate you. A complete assortment :o: of fine candy awaits your selection. Satuache firoceryand Market That's Jack's Place--Phone 104 Saguache, - - - Colorado -- :<-:..:..:..:. Coal Goal Coal Rusty Produces Lasts More Longer Heat Crested Butte Lump for best steam coal Always ready to fill your order to be out again. Mrs. Robert Dunshee entertained twenty friends and neighbors Thurs- day evening. The occasion being Mr. Dunshee's seventy-first birthday. The delicious lunch that was served was l appropriate for the occasion. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nel- son Jorgenson, of Salida. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers and Sherley were calling at the J. A. Riordan home Friday. Mrs. Vic Anderson and Gladys were calling on friends Friday. Mr. and Mrs. MeG.wan of Trini- dad spent the week end with Mrs. Mc- Gowan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Chrismann. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. King, of Monte Vista, were visiting at the Robert Dunshee home Saturday and Sunday. Miss Tooker and Miss Bailey enter- tained the school children at an East- er party and egg hunt Friday after- non. A few visitors were present to see the children's enjoyment of the occasion. Dr. and Mrs. Sutton and O.D. Mangel visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Dunshee Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hill and family took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sohn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Walker called on Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Williard Mon- day and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Williard to their homestead up in the hills and enjoyed the outing very much. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Moore and F. A. Johnson were Alamosa visitors Sunday. Roy David and Glen Wright of Monte Vista have been stopping here the past week taking the baths. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Davidson and Ruth were visiting at the Albert Hoff- man home. Miss Edna Chrisman returned Sun- day from an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. B. MeG.wan, of Trini- dad. Mr. and Mrs. Amor Gilder were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. ! Noland Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riordon and Margaret went to Denver the first of the week for a visit with Mr. Riot- dan's mother. Miss Edna Chrisman is taking care of the Rustic Inn during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Riordan. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Lovorn and family, Mr. Will Lovall, Ruby, Ed- ward and Edwin Chrisman, Lester Pickering and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kepley had an Easter egg hunt and picnic dinner in Nolan's Gulch Sun- day. ROOSEVELT SIGNS BILL FOR WET CONVENTION Governor Roosevelt has signed the Cuvillier bill asking congress to con- vene a constitutional convention for the sole purpose of repealing the eighteenth amendment despite the belief that the proposal was faulty in trying to limit a constitutional con-+ yenion to a particular task. He said Tuesday night his approval was given because he believed it ex- pressed the will' of the legislature and because he felt that the legislative action reflects the preponderant sen- timent of the state. He added he believed this senti- ment was based on "two righteous and sane objectives. First, to elim- inate the fundamental source of the greater part of modern organized L. W. GROSS + Saguache, Colo. I I MOFFAT Moffat business men were hosts at a banquet Monday evening at the school house when they entertained the business men of Hoper and Mos- ca. W. J. Hutchinson, of Crest.he, C. E. Morris and L. J. Campbell were guests of the evening. The Ladies Aid had charge of the eats and were pronounced artists. After a bounteous feast, the orches- tra played several selections and John Campbell delivered an oration which were enjoyed by all. About 20 attended the Easter' sun- rise services held north of town last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gray left Sat- urday morning for Denver to be with their daughter, Mrs. Cecil Crane, who will undergo an operation soon. Little Esther Werner is quite ill with St. Vitus' dance and will not be able to finish school. Among the out-of-town visitors last Sunday were: Mrs. Anna Kloster- meyer, of Crestone; Bert and Ever- ett Morris, of Alamosa. T. J. Roetker and family and Rachel Slane, of I-Iooper. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bradley were Saguache visitors last Saturday. Several of our townspeople have been entertaining the flu the past week. Mrs. Murray Graham and children, of Del Nore, spent last week with her sisters, Mrs. D. M. Gray and Mrs. Roy Kolkman. A nice crowd attended the Sunday schol program at the church Sunday morning, later the children enjoyed an egg hunt at the schol house when a half bushel of colored eggs were found and distributed. Over 170 ate dinner at the well filled tables. Ev- eryone enjoyed the church selections, played by the band, and the sermon delivered by Rev. Samford in the afternon. Lee Anderson returned home last Thursday after spending several weeks in Denver. Otis Albert is spending his spring vacation With home folks. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Biggs and son, Verne, left Tuesday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Mitchell, at Byers, Cote. TELEPHONE IN ISOLATED SCHOOL HOUSES The Colorado state senate Monday, March 30, instituted legislation de- signed to prevent a recurrence of th, Towner school bus tPaged3r. Shocked by the horror of the death, of five school children and the driver of the school bus, and the narrow escape from the same fate of 15 other children, the senate planned the immediate drawing of a bill providing telephone communication be installed in every isloated school house in the state. WAR ON UNLICENSED DOGS Monte Vista sheepmen today issued an edict that stray dogs found on their ranches will be killed. The death notice followed a new outbreak of sheep-killing on farms of A. I. Moloney and Ernie Strai- ten, rachers living near the Soldiers' and Sailors' home at Homelake. Seven sheep have been killed by the dogs. The mangled remains were After spending several weeks at the Del Norte hospital receiving treat- ment for heart and lung trouble, he gained in health and returned to his former home at La Garita. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 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! Sa0000,ache County National Bank SAGUACHE, COLORADO Capital and Surplus $80,000. MORE FOR Your Money l 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-- ught 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 STEWS ................ 14c Lamb FIRST GRADE LEG .................. 28c CHOPS ................ 25c STEW ................. 22c Soap TOILET LAUNDRY P. & G. or CRYSTAL WHITE, 6 for .......... 25C LUX or PALMOLIVE 3 for .................. 25C Pork HOME GROWN CHOPS ................ 28g ROAST ................. 25 SAUSAGE ............. 25C Fruit FRESH ORANGES ............. 40 GRAPE FRUIT ........ 13C LEMONS .............. 40 BANANAS ............ 12 ROAL TWO JELL FLAVORS Raspberry-- Strawberry 3 Pkgs. for ............ 25 HAMMOND MERCANTILE o. SAGUACHE, COLORADO WHY NOT BUY not eaten. Eleven more sheep are Your GOODYEAR tires and missing from the Station place, tubes at GROSS GARAGE? Dogs visited the Station place dur- With a tire and tube, any size, ing the day time and the Moloney yOU get 'a First Aid Kit---just sheep at night, the ranchers said. the thing to have in your car or MEMECIO CHAVEZ DIED home---seven first-aid articles. L. W. GROSS GARAGE, Saguache, Colorado. NOTICE That all mining operations 1 Baca Grant No. 4, are being ca:. on by Leasees and the undersi Company will not be responsible] any manner for bills of'| nature contracted by any of Leasees. SAN LUIS VALLEY LAND & CATTLE CO., -tf Crestone, crime, and, secondly, to promote a Last week he caught a severe cold F Ridgeway & Son New Goods Arriving greater temperance."Headded:,,To which causedpneumoniainwhichdis. this policy, as I have repeatedly sta- ease took the life of Memecio Chavez, ed, I subscribe." son of Juan Chevez, of this city, l Tuesday, April 7, 1931. [very D[I.y KIWANIS . He leaves to mourn two children, "A Home Owned Store" _ -- Alice and Imoline, who are with their All Gold We shall meet again at the Sag- mother in @alifornia. ALL GOLD uache hoteI this Thursday at 6.30 PEARS The New Goods Arrived This Week Ladies and children's Dresses LADIES HATS Shoes and Slippers Look Over Our Graduation Presents Before Buying I Phone 21J JORGENSEN'S SAGUACHE, COLORADO p. m, Last week: " A very small percentage attended the meeting last week much to the disappointment of speakers. Those present enjoyed the talk by Herbert on Evoluiton of the Corporation. Frank gave a talk on the legal point of that subject. This week :, We will hear from Clarence and Mile, what they have for us still re- mains a secret. It would be better, perhaps, if those in charge of meet- ings would let the secretary know so that he can notify the members what , is going to happen at our next meet- ing. Perhaps we would feel more in- clined to attead. Roll Means "and Bud Nolan are in charge of the meet- ing for April 16, and, boys, watch for April 23, you don't want to miss it.for it's going to be a big night. .... + Van. LUMBER CAMP MOVED At the lumber camp of Frank Trinckle, men have been working all winter, cutting and hauling logs to the landing selected last fall for the summer cut. The mill will be moved this week to the new site located in Taylor Can- yon, 4 miles above the ranger stat- ion. Frank has a contract to get out a number of thousand lettuce crates. Frank always has a nice lot of lumber on hand ready for delivery. There is "enough wealth in the world to make everybody happy, and there is enough happiness to make everybody wealthy. So long as the search for wealth alone continues the finding of happiness diminishes.  THE I BOOST TILL IT HURTS -- , OCKZa 1 SPINACH No. 21/ size can 3 cans .... $9c 6 cans... $1.17 All Gold Yellow Cling PEACHES Packed in .+ heavy syrup No. 21/2 size cans 3 cans .... 79c 6 cans... $1.57 ii 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 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. 21/2 size can 3 cane .... 87c 6 cans... $1.73 All-Gold ..... BLACKBERRIES Packed in heavy syrup No. 2 size can 3 cans .... 79c 6 cans... $1.57 --'----All Gold Yell0--" CLING PEACHES Packed in heavy syrup No. I size tall cans 3 cans .... 53c 6 cans... $1.05