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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1931 SAGUACIiE CR -.ow--l missioner, salary ..... 168.001 J:o-J,'x, .L i John L. Charles, water corn- Only'paper published in County Scat| missioner, salary ...... 180.00 -- [ Lulu C. Marold, supt. of CHAS W OGDEN, Publisher | schools, sal. and exp .... 109.66 Dr. E. K. Carmichael, county Published every Thursday at Sa- guaehe, the county seat of Saguache county In the famous San Luls Val- ley of Colorado. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at the Post Office at Sguache, Colorado, as second class mail matter t Each of our subscribers will find the date to which his or her subscription is paid, as shown by our books, print- ed on the paper or wrapper following the name of the subscriber. If there is an error in. the date we would be pleased to have our attention called to the fact. The Crescent ehnraes for nil Cards "ef Thanks, MemorJums, nnd all per- sonal wants which is advertising and not news to anyone bat the writer. ,Member 1051 ATIONAL F-DITOBAAL ASS0ClATIOS --OBADO p o]LA t9 MEMBER 3t .W..' ASSOCIATION COM00SIONERS PROCEEDINGS PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER5 The Board of County Commission- ers met in regular session for the transacation of business on Monday, June 1st, 1931, with the following members present: J. W. Alexander, chairman of the Board. E. E. Wilson, Commissioner, W. E. Gardner, Commissioner. R. R. Tarbell, County Attorney. John T. Seyfried, Clerk of the Board. Bills against the County were ex amined and allowed as shown by the Warrant Register in the office of the County Clerk, as follows: J. W. Alexander, County Corn-" missioner, sal. and exp..$ 92.00 W. E. Gardner, county Com- missioner, sal. and exp.. 85.40 E. E. Wilson, county com- missioner, sal. and exp.. 80.40 County Clerk's fee fund, clerk of the Board ......... 50.00 County Clerk, stamps ..... 2.50 W. L. Hammond, deptrty coun- ty clerk, salary ....... 100.00 Edith L. Jones, deputy coun- ty clerk, salary ....... 100.00 Homer Holland, county as- sessor, sal. and exp .... 218,50 Jean E. Holland, deputy as- sessor, sal ............ 100.00 Ed Paul, sheriff, criminal fees ................ 216.95 Ed Paul, sheriff, criminal expense ............. 216.75 T. W. Carr, water commis- sioner, salary ........ 38.67 W. F. Knowlton, water com- missioner, salary ...... 24.16 James Medina, water commis- sioner, salary ......... 180.00 S. Oscar Proffitt, water corn- IT'S COOL AT THE BIG GRANADA Monte Vista 700 Air Cushion Seats Sunday---Monday First valley showing Direct from Denver Theatre THIS WEEK RICHARD DIX He man star of "C IMARRON" and JACKIE COOPER Kid star of "SKIPPY" --TOGETHER ....--in a great talking madaptation of Rex m Beach's f a m O U S----" physiciam sal. and exp.. 62.50 E. R. Musher, janitor, court house ................ 100.00 Robert R. Tarbell, county at- torney, sal. and exp .... 99.50 Robert R. Tarbell, deputy dist. atty., sal. and exp. 38.83 W. M. Slane, clerk of dist. court, sal ............. 50.00 Saguache Co. Natl. Bank, dist. court Stone., sal., as- signed ............... 40.00 Chas. H. Woodard, District attorney, sal. and exp... 64.72 A. W. Dawson, Justice Fees . 14.45 E. R. Musher, Justice Fees .. 1.55 Barney Tough, constable fees 5.00 i W. J. Werner, janitor and jailor ............... 50.00 W. J. Werner, wood for jail . 6.0.0 Mrs. Lena Werner, board of prisoners ............ 68.00 Mtn. States T. & T. Co., phone service ........ 50.20 Wt L. Ward, cabinet for co. judge ...._ ........... 27.15 Out West Ptg. & Sta. Co., sup- plies and sta .......... 1L83 L. W. Gross, court house sup- plies ................ 131.58 Public Service Co., lights and power ............... 43.07 Wm. Fellers, C. H. supplies . 5.10 Ephie Musher, work, court house ............... 40.00 Saguache Crescent, printing . 17.77 C. F. Hoeckel B. B. & L. Co., supplies for assessor .. 113.55 Kirwan & Shepherd, audit- ors' check ............ 50, 00j Frank H. Means, premium on bond ................. 2.50 J. Frank Ashton, road work . 84.60 Rases Trujillo, road work .. 118.50 Louis Lucero, road work ... 24.00 Fred Bureh, road work ..... 143.37 Stanley Donaldson, road work ................ 234.00 Hugh Slane, road work ..... 76.00 F. W. Jackson, road work ... 63A0 Daniel Martinez, road work. 41.40 Bailey Funk, road work .... 24.00 Joe Hams, road work ..... 92.00 Wm. Menefee, road work .. 96.25 John Westerman, road work 2.25 Earl Milligan, road work ... 130.00 E. W. Timney, road work ... 58.50 A. L. Seip, road work ...... 12.00 Tom Hollmer, road work . .. 14.62 N. W. Stewart, road work... 136.00 Maynard H'arney, road work. 127.19 Tom Michaud, road work ... 158.37 Tony Aguilar, road work ... 3.75 George Williams, road work. 130.00 R. Cooper, road work ...... 78.00 Gus Rices, road work ...... 67.37 Hershel Lockett, road work . 42.00 A. L. McFall, road work .... 150.00 Abel Brayshaw, road work .. 43.00 Ed Brayshaw, road work ... 43.00 Carl Williams, road work ... 231.25 Herman Jackson, road work . 105.50 Frank Abeyta. road work .. 142.60 Ed Jackson, road work .... 131.87 Onesimo Abeyta, road work . 26,12 George Marques, road work . 1.50 Louis Werner, road work .. 105.50 Austin Jaques, road work... 141.20 L. S. Lockett, road work ... 161.60 Ray Edwards, road work 85.,, Mike Maez, road work ..... 81.251 Ira Colvin, road work ..... 110.50 Max Willis, road work . .... 36.56 George Burch, road work .. 145.37 C. S. Varnes, road work .... 116.00 W. F. Burch, road work .... 138.12 L. C. Noland, road work, as- signed .............. 57.37 Sag. Gro. & Mkt., road work, assigned ............. 18.60 Sag. Gro. & Mkt., road work, assigned ............. 63.70 County Treas.--Acct. Poor Fd., road work, assigned I0.00 Dean Redhead, road work, !D mechanical ........... 127.50 B. Hibler, road work, me- chanical ............. 163.61 Harold Williams, road work, teams ............... 126.00 i Eugene Williams, road super- 225.00 visor ............... Eugene Williams, field ex- pense and supplies .... 25.76 County Treasurer. right-of- way expense .......... 26.00 Mtn. States T. & T. Co., road phone .......... 19.70 Public Service Co. of Colora- do, light & power, road. 21.50 U. S. Read, freight, road ... 320.28 R. Hardesty Mfg. Co. cul- verts ............... 3,456.36 Moffat Garage, sun,lies and storage ............. 11.45 County Treasurer, road work, assigned ............. 123.10: W. L. Ward, supplies ..... 3.001 Green & White Sen Sta. No. 3, supplies ....... 1.90 R. C. Peppers, supplies ..... 54.68 Wm. Fellers Hdwe., supplies. 2.00! Creger Garage, supplies ... 3.45 Moore Hdwe. & Iron com- pany, supplies ........ 45.21 F. Ridgeway & Son, supplies 17.20 Harrison Motors, Inc., sup- plies ................ 189.67 Sutley & Wheeler, supplies.. 2.10 L. W. Gross, supplies ...... 1.07 Hendrie & Bolthoff M. & S. company, supplies ..... 115.0 The Moore Equipment Co., supplies ............. 14.6( Acetylene Service Co., sup- plies ................ 12.98 Continental Oil Co., supplies. 319.84 Oliver Loser Oil Co., sup- plies ................ 135.30 Mater Tool Spec. Co,, sup- plies ................ 6.92 M. M. Coolbroth, mdse, poor 10.00 M. M. Coolbroth, mdse, poor 10.00 Brewer's Variety Store, mdse, poor ............. .. 7.50 K. D. Saliba, mdse, poor .... 2.65 Huerfano Trading Co., mdse, poor ................ 15.00 S. J. Schoville, care of poor . 10.00 John Stump, care of poor . . . 10.00 Mrs. Piedad Archuleta, care .of poor .............. 30.00 Mrs. Loretta Rich, care of poor ................ 15.00 Rose B. Heitter, care of poor 30.00 Colo. Psychopathic Hospital, care of poor ......... 75.00 Chas. Schultz, blind-poor ... 12.50 Colo. General Hbspital, care of poor ............. 60.00 Petrita Le Blanc, blind-poor. 25.00 Mrs. Chas. Damey, care of blind poor ........... 12.50 Mrs. Ella Burch, rent-poor . 7.50 Mrs. M. K. Slane, rent-poor. 7.50 R. A. Ellis &-Sons, mdse, poor ................ 10.00 Christy-Wiriek Mer. Co., mdse poor ................ 10.00 Samuel Feast & Sons Co., mdse, poor ........... 21.45 Richard Skeff, mdse, poor .. 5.00 Wood-Browne Stores Co., mdse, poor .... : ..... 35.00 Juan L. Martinez, mdse, poor ................ 10.00 Mrs. Ava Hoffman, care of n.oor ................ 40.00 There being no further business 'e meeting was adjourned until the 6th day of July. A. D., 1931. Jno. T. Seyfreid. (SEAL) County Clerk. HIS CASE IS USUAL- LY HOPELESS Ed Howe, the veteran Kansas newspaper man has looked out upon life through the eyes of a newspaper reporter for more than forty years. The following bservation by him is Qf interest for the reason that it is the opinion of a trained bserver of life. Mr. Howe says: The young should be taught the danger of get- ting $ start in idleness. If a young MINERAL, HOT SPRINGS Mrs. Jay White and nephew, Gee Smith, left for Denver, Thursday, to visit Mrs .White's sister and George's mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riordan and Margaret were fishing at the Farm- er's Reservoir several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harpell and family, of Pueblo, were visitin at the home of his brother, J. W. Harpel Thursday. Mr. Cliff Seward, of the Orient, left Thursday for Sunrise, Wyo. He expects to return Sunday. bringing Mrs. Seward and son to spend a month at the Orient. Mr. J. E. Whitney visited in Den- ver several days this week. Mr. D. C. Lowe moved his family to Steele Canon to spend the sum- mer. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Carter and Richard Collins were fish- ing by the Flying M ranch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Lamb, Dorothy and Jack, of Pueblo, spent Sunday night at the Collins home on their re- turn from several days fishing on Saguache creek. Gospel meetings opened Sunday at the Mirage school house with a good attendance. Rev. Reeves is conduct- ing the meeting every evening this week. You are welcome. Come. A jolly crowd picniced at the D. R. Kiplye place Sunday. STRANGE BUT TRUE In the animal kingdom when a couple of wolves engage in a fight, the pack stands around waiting to see which one will fall. As soon as death occurs to -one of the combatants the circle closes in and tears him t pieces. The business world is a t like that. As long as a man is ridi on the top of the wave, everyone after his business and is willing trust him, but let misfortune take him and he lose his money s the crowd closes in on him. Barnes and Son Grocery l "Our Prices Are Right" Phone 100 We Deliver Fresh Fruit: Oranges, per doz .............. : ........... 25c Bananas, per lb ........................... 12c Lemons, per doz ........................... 40c Each week we have special prices on fresh fruit, such as: Strawberries, Cherries, Apricots, and Peaches. Groceries: Good bulk Coffee, per lb ................... 25c Jello, 3 packages ......................... 25c man is |dle up to the ago of twenty, his case 1 usually hopeAess, Industry hould be taught the young, like man- ners, ar|thmrti% grammar, hitor, and music. Local news on every nags. Better Than Aspirin t0r Aches and Pains Scientist Perfects Remarkable Formula That Does Not De- press the Heart, Leaves Users Refreshed and Rested, Headaches, rheumatism, neuritis, and toothache, as well as the pains common to women need be dreaded no longer since the perfection of a remarkable formula which is now being proscribed by thousands of doctors, dentists and welfare nurses. Doctors report that this new for. mula, known as A-VOL, stops pale almost instantly and is absolutely safe and harmless. It contains o aspirin or acetanilid, and does not depress the heart or cause exces- elvo perspiration. This is welcome news to the thousands who cannot safely take aspirin. Within a few minutes after tak- ing A-VOL the pains vanish as though by magic, Instead of feel- ing tired and worn out, users ex- perience a fooling 0f new life and freshness. To quickly prove to yourself that this is a truly remarkable formula, Just step into your nearest drug store and get a package of A-Vol for a few cents. Take a couple of tablets right there. If your pain is not gone in five minutes the clerk will return your money. NOT__IICE That all mining operations on Baca Grant No, 4, are being 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. Mr. Oran Mustoe and Mr, B, Hell. raan were guest of Mr, MustoCs aunt, Mrs. Elmer Walker, on Sun- day, The Ladies Atd, of Moffat, enjoyed themselves at the swimming pool Friday. The D. & R. G. R. R. has opened the depot for the summer. Mr, Wil- son is the new agent. rs. W, A. Davidson entertained twelve litlte girls Tuesday afternoon at a party given in honor of her daughter, Ruth's eleventh birthday. Dainty refreshments were served and all enjoyed the afternon very much and left wishing Ruth many more happy birthdays. Mr. S. G. Wharton and Walter left for Denver Tuesday to be gone sev- * oral days. Three bars Palmolive Soap and one package Palmolive Beads for ........... Tomatoe Juice, per can .................... 15 We sell fresh vegetables at reasonable prices. Meats: Breakfast Bacon, per lb ..................... 30c Choice Skinned Hams, per lb ................. 30 Picnic Hams, per lb ........................ 20c Wieners, per lb... 20c Bologna, per lb... 20c IT'S IN GEOGRAPHY Father, "Why were you kept at' school?" I Son, "I didn't know where the t Azores were." Father, "Well in the future just remember where you put things." SHAVE DALLY and have your HAIR CUT REGULARLY LADIES' and CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING Wa va BLUD RUB TREATMW-NTS Agency Alamosa Laundry SAGUACIE BARBER SHOP Four kinds bu! A Delicious Chocolate for Cake Icing MEADOW MILK CHOCOLATE in convenient half-pound blocks ONLY 20 CENTS Enough for three or four Cakes McDONAL.D'S THE PRIZE WINNING KIND DAN'S Soda Fountain Complete Largest Stock Candy Bars and Penny Goods CIGARS--CIGARETTS---TOBACCO POLAR, THAT VELVET KIND --ICE CREAM- - :- - :- - :- Variety Bricks ICE CREAM PARLOR FORMERLY SUGAR BOWL L. W. GROSS GARAGE "Super Service" BIG REDUCTION IN GOODYEAR TIRES! A. VAN HOFTEN At The Tires that will give real satisfac- tion at prices that are almost un- believable. Guaranteed to wear Sa u ac he T00hc airs .well and withstand the poorest '" " ' ' " "' ' ' ' " ' " roads. Put an end to your tire troubles by getting our tested, COME OUT . guaranteed tires. Saturday and Sunday Night All other automobile accessories poor ................ 25.00 I0.00 --"Big Brother." C.M. Ellis, mdse, poor ..... And See at low cost. Of the r. Ridgeway & Son. mdse, ..,ver.-ns |"YOUNG poor K D. Salila':" "Co': "mlse,'" 72.00 KEN MAYNARD highest quality. The wise motor- " poor ........ " ........ lO.OO In ist obtains his equipment here.. [ ........ ...I Hammond Mere. Co., mdse, , D 0N0AN00 ooo, ................ 0000 Barnes 2, Son GI'oc., mdse, THE FIGHTING LEGION Phone 124W for Service ' poor ...... , .......... 72.50 -r00'T00r00e..|JoeHerrera, mdse, poor .... ,000 Co=00, L W' {iR055 filRl{iE I !% I I )"11 C. B. Fullinwider, mdse, . ,k, m . m..---.- I poor ...... . ......... 15.00 , . | Clark Grocery, mdse, poor .. 70.00 and Plenty of laughs in our--- I/Saguaehe Gro. & Mkt., mdse, | poor ................ 62.50 Selected Short Subjects--- Mrs. N. Marks, mdse, loor . I0.00 News S Gee. D. Shutts, care of poor 62.00 aguache -o- Colorado Jos. Mahan, care of poor . .. 10.00 Mrs. Agnes Wisdom, care of g.e,4e,@....@........F