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May 3, 1906     The Saguache Crescent
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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. VOL. XXrVI. NO. ta 8At;UACHE, COLORADO, THURSDA Y, MAY 3. 1906. WHOLE NUKBER i 1320. i ii_? Short Paragraphs. [ News and Personal Items of GeneralI ~j Arahie Fellows was up from Moffat Tuesday. W. D. Davidsan of Mirage was in town last Tuesday. Sam Forbes and wife of Mirage were over last Saturday. J Miss Lulu Shultz of Center attended 7rNthe field day sports here, Wm. Eaton came over from the east aide Tuesday on business. b~rank Leavitt was down from Bonan- za and took in tile field day. Johu E. Ashley was over from Villa Grove last Sunday on business. Joe 0uenin, wife and family were down from Chloride gulch last Saturday. EIm0r Burch and wife were down from the Cochetopa the last of the week. Several of our ranchman attended the" Greer & Frszee tmle on the east side last Thursday. Grocer Griflith came in from Denver Tuesday where he has been visiting for Several days. Mrs Herbert Ellis came down from Bonanza last Friday to take in the fielff. day exercises. Thomas Hickey came in to Biedell naiaiug camp last week and has gone to Work on the Fulton. Our merchant, Charles Tarbell, who has been in Pueblo for several weeks, re- turned last Thursday. A. N. Rifler jr. of Denver began work for The Gotthelf & Tarbell Marc. Co. last Monday morning Marion Jones, the sewing machine has moved bin headquarters from )rto to Saguache. Wilson Stewart and wife were up from Center last week visiting the Penny's~ and took in field day Saturday. Claranae and Will Garritson were np from the La Garita Saturday to attend tha field day exercises and dance Miss Era Adair and Miss Stewart of Center attended the Sunday School con- vention here Tuesday and Wednesday. The Misses Suzanne and Ethel War- den and Fannie Carson were up from l Center Saturday and took in Ihe field J day exercises and dance. John Fultz was up from Mogul lut Saturday. J ud Keyes made a business trip to Dal Norte Monday. A fair crowd atteuded the Mexican dance Monday night. Jud Mahoney was over from the Grove last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Brown from Steel canon took in field day hare l,st Saturday. ~ A new oil 0ompany has been organiz- d to sink a well near Mosca. Ed Cochrane moved his sheep to the Cochetopa tha first of the week. r ~. Miss Hazel Cooper of Villa Grove ia [visiting L. D. Thurston and family. Perry Stevenson of the 41 oauntry t- maned field day here last Saturday. John Keller who is laid up with broken leg is getting along very nicely. The Current Topics club banquatted at the New American lest Friday night, Bah and Ray Ellis were in ~wn the last of the week, returning hemSunday Our High Sohool seniors ant b~ ~preparing for commencement mmreim~ May 25. Ed Botrego and family moved on their ranch in Rio Orande county the first of the week. Hoe. Isaac Gottbelf returned to Den. ver Saturday after having spent several days here. Frank Melvin was up from the Lain Garita country a oouple of days the IMt of last week. Bernard Kraehtsuer wan over from the east side last Saturday to attnnd the field day sports. Art Creger, who I,as been quitn sick with pneumonia for the past, week, wes ' on the street Tuesday, H. I). McKelvey, the Salida ~eweler, who has been here the past month, re- turned home .~esterday. Will Ward came down from the Raw, ley mine for a few days' visit with hill wife and to take iu field day. Tha Sagusehe Woodmen are preparing for their aimual dance which comes on Friday night, June let. Better come. M: .. , . ~--f-~'--'~: ..... .~j Lea Noised is expected home today _ ms rdaoel tteese nan a letter Ires i~.rom ~h" "e " " --n s-- in Mrs Ni ........ I1~ ~ sago wn re ne nan v, se my g oKmas ~ongwor~n, las~ weeK~ aeknowled ei ....... l for several months and attendmg school, grog rec pu or me weoamg . _ .................. Present Miss Reese sent her. Mrs. B. (3. Tredwell has returned from to Denver and environments. Mrs, said the storm last Thursday was cue of the worst she ever saw, sleet and snow six to ten iuohes deep. Miss Georgia Wilson returned Thurs- day from Bazar, Kansas, where she had bbeen spending the winter. Sbe is in the est of health and expresses herself as well pleased with the Sunflower state. i Miss Eleanor Weber, one of the belles ~Brooklyn, N. Y, and Mrs. Olinton OUglass of Denver~ are guests of ~Gray Coke. On Thursday May 3rd; Mrs, redwell will tender a reception for the ladies. Mr. amt Mrs. R; W. Everett of Bonan- ~who had been visiting in Denver and lorado Springs for the past two weeks turned last Thursday accompanied by ~r. Everett,s father and mother4 'Colonel J~verett and wif~ of Cleveland, Ohio~ Whom they met at O~lorado Springs, eao.oal-- hoo o,ectt,n il, be ~eld next Monday between the hours of ~eand 4 p. m., at wbich a secretary will elected for three years.At the close of the election the regular meeting will be ~eld for the transaction of such other u*tnees as may properly come before it. Eugene Williams left on Tuesday her husband in his new field at eat Oliff. It is with great regret that sees depart from her midst ~e~e good friends, good neighbors and d on ever)' side the wi~h ~y may find it to pleUura to return to Place where a warm welcome to the o! every heart is amUt~l them Mrs. Charles S. Dick of Glugow~ Scotland, came in last Saturday for two week's visit with her brothers, W, A. and Franb Johnson. Our contestants are getting ready for the valley contents at Del Norte and Monte Vista tomorrow night and Satur- day. They will be accompanied by quite a number of Ssguache people. Prof. A. T. Heenard has 0ought fiftee cows from the La Garita farm which hn brought up hat Friday and placed in the care of Robert Tatman on shares for the new creamery. J. W. He~ Of Center took the trail here Wednesday evening for Denver He went after a Oanddac motor car for Dr. Bradburo/and will run the machine back, coming by way of Salida;--Montt~ Vista Graphic~ At preset mining interest is looking up in the Biedell camp south of Sa. guache. Mo~her and MoC~rmick~ who are working the Antone have a ear load of very good ore ready for shipment, Worlf wa~ r~umed on the Fulton last week and w~ are informed that two shifts will be worked altar this we~k. Wells Thompson of Kansas is back man- aging the work. On Tuesday of last week D. E. N~w- comb jr. was taken sink at Monte Vista and on Thursday an operation was per- formed on him for appendicitis. Th diseese was in such an advanced stage when the operation was performed that the doctors bad very little hor~s for bin ~eeovery. but later reports ~ate that he is out of danger. His many friends ham are sorry to learn of his illne~ ned wtl~h him n nl~M~ recovery, Field Day Results. The field day program last Saturday was one of the I~st we haw ever had in Ssguache. The day was fine and a very fair aize, I crowd was in a~t,~vdut,ce. The elasse~ wore nil well l=rvl,ared and did their best, ~a/dt maki,,~r a very good showing. In many of Ihe events the contest was very close. RECORD. 100yard dash. Alva 3;cKelvey, let; Herbert Itszard, 2ud; John Davison, 3~d. 50 yard dash. Sadie Alexander, let; Florence Slane, 2nd; Ethel Clark. 3rd, 220yard dash. Robert ]arbel, 1st; Alva McKelvey, 2nd; Herbert Hazard, 3rd. 110 yard dash. Sadie Alexander, let; Florence Slane. 2nd; Ethel Clark, 3rd. 220 yard hurdle. Alva MoKe vey, let Robert Tarbell 2nd; John Davison, 3rd. 100 yard hoop race. KatieCrouch,lat Ida Krachlauer, 2nd; Mabel Kraehlauer 3rd. mile relay. Ninth grade, let; Elev* nth grade, 2~d; Twelfth grade, 3rd. mile relay. Twelfth grade, 1st; Ninth grade, 2ud; Twelfth grade, 3rd. Shot put. John Davison. 1st; Alva McKelvey, 2ud; Walter Jordan. 3rd. Shot put..Ida Krachlauer, 1st; Sadie Alexander, 2cd; Cora Brunn, 8rd. Basket Ball. Twelfth grade, let ;Ninth grade, 2od; Tenth grade, 3rd. mile race. Herbert Hazard, 1st Bruce Cochrane, 2od; Walter Jordan, 3rd Standing broad jump. Robert Tarbell, l~t; Alva McKeivey, 2ud; Herbert Haz. ard~ 3rd. Running broad jump. Herbert Hazard, let; Waiter Jordan, 2nd; Alva McKel- wy, 8rd. Base ball throw. Corn Brunn. let Anna Laughl.iu, 2nd; Sadie Alexander, 8. Goal throw. Geane Ellis, lst; Hattie Ooehrane, 2nd; Mabel Krachlauer, 3rd. Running high jump. Walter Jordan, 1; Gordan King, 2nd; Robert Tarbell, 3rd. Po]n ~ault. Waiter Jordan. lst; Her- bert Hszrrd, 2ud; Bruce Cochrane, 3rd. Hammer throw. Alva McK~lvey, let; Gordnn King, 2nd; John Davison, 3rd. I mile bicycle race. John Davison, 1; Alva MoKelvey, 2nd ; Gordon King, 3rd. Two gold medals were presented by Prof. Hesnard, one to the boy making the best record and one to the girl rank. tug the b,~at rsoord. Alva McKelvey won the boy'm medal by asoore of 34 point~, and Miss Ida Kraehhuer the girls by a ew~ore of 18 points. The Loving cup prasented by the Sa- guache Pharmacy and the Crescent Printing Co. wM won by the Twelfth arade. Standing of the grad~--Twelfth, 10S mints; Ninth, 79points; Eleventh, 53 points; Tenth, 3{}. H~d it not been for a few little acci- dents the final results wouhi have been very close, There were no disputes and everything was fair and harmonious. Both the teachers and puvils deserts much credit for the success of the exer- nines. Does it pay to advertise? The Gott. hel~ & Tarbell Mere. Go. report the ~ala of over $300 worth of carpets since they put in their big advertisement three weeks ago. The Ledies Guild will meet with Mrs W. C. Lookett tomorrow afternoon. Thomas Roberts moved into Eugene Williams' house in the west part of towp, Quite a number from here expect to take the examination for forest ranger at 'Salida May 14. In attempting to cross the Farmers~ Union ditch just south of Center Men, day afternoom ~, H Gheney's traction engine became stalled and it took about 48 hours to get it out again. Wednes, day afternoon some of the Center school uah{ldren wet out to watch operations md in some way Paul McCormick had both feet run over by the engine, break= lag the bones of the left foot and badly bruising the right foot,--Monte Vista Graphic, The survey 0orp~ of the Colorado Tele. ~h0necompany will arrive about May lat to start work ona line frdm Derange to Psgoes~ Del NorSe, Alamoes and on to Denver, As soon as the snow is off the mountains the line will be run from Del N0rle to Saguanhe, Summitville and out that way to Denver, whicb will give ua a connection with Denver some 300 miles shorter than the r, ute wldah goes out by Grand Junotion.--Durantm Des. oct'at. Card of Thanks. m~t heartily thank the G. A. R., kind friends and neighbors who lent us ~o kind and helpful hand in our sad be- reavement and hour of need. Mrs J. W. Story, W, J. Hager and wife, Florence Hunter, Albert O, Hagen l Wnm Improves the flavor and adds to the health- fulness of the food. Sunday School Convention. A fair crowd was in atterdmce on the County Sunday School conve~,tion in Sguache Tuesday antl Wednesday of this week and considerable i~terest in the work was town by those present. At the Tuesday morning sessmn Miss Era Adair of Cen~er wa~ else.ted secre- retnry of the meeting. The appointment of committees was deferred ~ill after- none. '*At wh,,t at, e does tb~ teacher have the mo~t influm~ce aped a olase," was ably di~nussod hy Dr, Hall and Mr. Benton. I,t the afterot.m Rev, O'Malley delivered an able address entitled, "The greatest Syndicate on Earth" and Rev. Carman discnf~sed, "Bible Motives for Bible Work." -i'ha Influence of the Cradle Roll" w~s discoum=d on by Mi,s Mabel William=. foll~we.I by a general diseussi, m. '"Ph~ E, hwat, i,mal Recon- struction of Sunday School" was given by Roy. Carman At the evet,i~g so,don, "Why I I,elieve iq