Newspaper Archive of
The Saguache Crescent
Saguache , Colorado
May 1, 1930     The Saguache Crescent
PAGE 5     (5 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 5     (5 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 1, 1930

Newspaper Archive of The Saguache Crescent produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

I V I I II II Ul ii PALMER & TARBELL LAWYERS SAGUACHE, COLORADO i250 47.4e ,or 10.00 ad- 100.00 on ! •. 2~.~ ,sdirect~ Ws F. BOYD ¢" Dollar~ [ Notary Public , for Ta~ accoUld , [,~ Saguache~_ County Bank )n The Saguache County Abstract and Investment ]~ " Company .']i eSTABLISlfED SINCE 1.3 ~; CAPITAL STOCK S:0.00O ~! Abstract of title to mining, :~ tOwn or acreage property Promptly furnished. Real Estate Fire Insurance ~i OFFICERS: ~i~ W. M. SLANE, Secy and Mgr. ~: POOL AND AMUSEMENT HALL All kinds of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco. largest Assortment of Candy • in the City. Jf)HN M. JORDAN 37 Private Baths. Home Like and Quiet. Try Us and You Will Come Again. H. E. OWEN, Prop. Tabor 9289 ItOLDEN HOTEL 1821 California Street $1.00 to $2.50. Special Rates by Week. " DENVER, COLORADO SUGARBOWL YOnr Wants. I A Splendid Noon Hour Meal Served. ! LUNCHES OF ALL KINDS "i" ICE CREAM AND CANDY Fresh Assorted Nuts for Party Orders O~r Electric Paraphernalia is all set. We are ready to so,re WANT ADS --FOR SALE--A marble top counter Inquire at the Crescent office. --FOR SALE~Wagon at the Second Hand Store. --Heating and cook stove. Inquire at Crescent office. --WANTED--Reliable man to buiid fence in town. Call at Crescent office. -:-FOR SALE--Turkey eggs; also i layin% turkey hens. Mrs. Gee. Shutts, Villa Grove, Col. Apr 17-24 May 1-8 pd --FOR SALE--A new Sharples sep- arator. John Martin, Moffat, Colo. Aprl7-May 8 --FOR SALE--Kitchen cabinet,rugs, tables, chairs, stoves, beds and springs, garden tools, lamps, elec- tric toaster, etc. Call at Crescent office. FOR SALE OR TRADE NWI~ Section 13, Township 42, Range 8. Price per acre Ten Dollars ($10.) ELLA M. MAGILL, Monte Vista, Colo. Ape 24, May 1 NOTICE That all mining operations on Baca Grant No. 4, are bding carried on by Lessees and the undersigned Company will not be responsible in any manner for bills of what=so-ever nature contracted by any of said Lessees. SAN LUIS VALLEY LAND & CATTLE CO., -tf Crestone, Colo. HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW? QUESTIONS 1 Who was the leader of the Green Mountain Boys? 2. What is the last book of the Old Testament? 3. What body of water separates Asia from North America, where they are nearest? 4. How much is a shilling worth m our money? 5. Who was the only bachelor pres- ident of the United States? 6. What week was National Nar- cotic week? 7. What covers an ear of corn? 8. Of what use are the semi-circu- lar canals in the head? 9. Are the workers in a hive of bees male or female? ~10. What state calls itself the Key- stone of the West? 11. Of what month is the garnet the birthstone ? 12. Who was the first cabinet mem- ber of Hoover's cabinet to die? THE SAGUACH£ CRESCENT, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i::.::~::::::" :'::i:i:~:~::.:'.~ :~:!:~:!:~ ~:~i~' ~: :i:~ .... ~i~i~:::::: ~i~i~~ GUY W FALLER The appointment of Guy W. Failer as manager securities de- partment of Henry L. Doherty and Company in the Colorado district has been announced. Mr. Failer, vice president il, charge of outside properties for Public Servi(.e Company of Colo- rado si~ce 1923. succeeds E. Salis- bury Smith, who recently resigned, to the important post. The new securities official ha., been associated with Cities Service Company for twenty-seven years, following his resignation from,the United States Navy, where he held a ('ommissiolL after active service in the Spanish-American war and Boxer rebellion i~, China• For the past several years, Mr. Faller has directed Customer Own- ership campaigns for Puhlic Service Company of Colorado. His achieve- ments in this work established hi.~ ability as a financial executive and were responsible for his transfer to the securities branch• Altho he live~ in Denver, Mr. Failer is a familiar figure in all parts of the state, his duties with Public Service Company of Colo- rado having involved" extensive travel. "Had a puncture, my friend?" "No, I am just changing the air in these tires. The other was stale." NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER SPEC- IAL EXECUTION Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of a certain judgment and Decree of Foreclosure rendered and entered of record in the office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for Saguache county, state of Cole- New Touring Records Predicted for West Motor touring in the West during the approaching summer is expected to surpass all previous records, which will mean important increases in many lines of business and industrv, according to a report just received by Rocky Mountain Motorists, Inc., from C. M. Jenkins, special representative of the American Automobile Associa- tion, who now is enroute to Colqrado, to meet with officials of the local A. A. A. automobile club: During his visit Mr. Jenkins will study the conditions in Colorado and Wyoming in order to facilitate the routing by affiliated A. A. A. clubs of. Easterners to the Rockies this sum- mer. His prediction that there will be a large increase in travel this year is based on inquiries reaching A. A. A. motor clubs, the demand for descrip- tive literature regarding the West, and the surveys of government de- partments, including the National Park S$rvice of the Department of Interior. The field representative of the nat- ional body estimated that the value of motor travel wilt reach $4,000,000 this year, a substantial gain over 1929, and said that a substantial por- tion of this total will be spent in the West. Mr. Jenkins said that the West is to be particularly congratulated on the success that a~tended the meas- ures befor~ Congress, bearing on highway building in the public-land states, and the national parks and forests. "Although legislation is still pend- ing to provide for the Federal govern- ment to construct and maintain the main highways through the unappro- priated Federal land in the public do- main states," he continued, "the West is already assured of an addit- ional $15,000,000 a year for- read building. Ever)' man will have his own c~'i- terion in forming his judgment of others. I depend'very much on the effect of affliction. I consider how a man comes out of the furnace; gold will lie for a month in the furnace THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1930 It Took 5000 Years To Find It It took 5000 years to find Tutank- hamen's tomb because it wasn't ad- vertised. Old King Tut didn't worry about that. He didn't need to advertise. He didn't care whether anyone ever found his tomb or not. But--If King Tut had wanted any- one to find his tomb, even though he lived thousands of years ago he would have advertised. Even he knew enough of ,business to know that. Some merchants act like .King Tut. They act as if they did : not care~ whether anyone found their store or not, and in the light of modern bust-! hess metLods some of tl~em are about as hard to find as the old King's tomb. Advertising is an inseparable part of modern business and the merchant who fails or neglects to advertise is going to find h~mself pushed aside by the more aggressive, up-to-date mer- chant who does advertise. It is happening every day in every town in this country. Also Important The children's dinner was in p~'og- ress. They had been provided with a nice fat chicken. "What part did you have? asked one litle boy of his neighbor. "The wishbone," was the reply. "I had a leg," ~0ut in another child. One after the other they explained the various parts. Presently little Jackie, who so far had not spoken a word, held* up a skewer and exclaimed: "Look, I've got the perch the chick- en sat on.)'' If all the people were good all the time and the weather good all the time, life would cease to be interest- ing. * Specimens of an Indian' "Chopped Feed: "The Indian scalps his foes; the white man skins his friends. The white man prays one day and cheats the other six." READ THE CRESCENT. E.H.WOOD FARMERS EQUITY CO- OPERATIVE CREAM COMPANY Moffat, Colorado MARKET PRICES PAID FOR CREAM G. K. CLARK, Mgr. LUMBER Will promptly deliver wants from the mill. time and money. FRANK TRICKLE Sagu~,che, Colo. your Save For Sale Pure single comb White Leghorn eggs for hatching from heavy winter layers. Order early at the HOLSTEIN DAIRY Byron H. Blake, Herdsman. Phone 89R2 rado, on the 14th day of September,: 1929, and under and by virtue of a without losing a grain.--Richard,. COAL~,hen yOU get coldCOALtry" m of our COALii~ certain Writ of Special Execution is-Cecil. sued out of said office under the terms there°fandt°medirectedanddated[l SHAVE DAILY the 1st day of April, 1930, wherein ! - .-o-c W6NDER-...... and whereby I am commanded and ordered to make the sum of $1781.05; BURNING COAL, from th¢ Western Fuel Co. and sub-costs of $11.50, being the .*i: amount of the deficiency judgment " We also have on hand a supply of I °utstandinginsaidcourtinaeertain[I ~dhI~EeG~°L~RL I] CHOP andCHICKENFEED Prompt Dclivcry cause wherein the Rio Grande State HAIR Y ... Bank, a corporation, is plaintiff, and Fransica Atencio, Mrs. L. R. Martin-i~ LADLES' and CHILDREN'S ~] J.M. ALLEY, Proprietor ~.;i~i ez, Abel Atencio, Manuel A. Atencio, O and Alfonso Atencio, a minor, and]~ HAIR BOBBING ~[.