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THE $GUACH CRF.,SCENI' THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1931 vl i t lil e i! r i . m : | = 1 Jl fl .| ill [I el 1 tl H '1[ 1 fl | p I I P I p i :1 i | 1 I i i | :l 1' ROBERT R. TARBELL LAWYER SAGUACHE, COLORADO _1 W. F. BOYD Notary Public Saguache County Bank '-@,.'-Og "-Y.:.%''4 T W. H. CUTLER " iii ARTISTIC PAINTING ii AND DECORATING  Phone 79. - LUMBER SPECIALm ] Rather than ship our surplus cream /we have cut the price in order to /give our customers the benefict and chance to use and enjo-y more of this ' healthful food. THE SUNNY SAN LUIS VALLEY Way out in Colorado, 'Neath the snow-capped Rockies blue, Is a beautiful little valley With a river running through. WANT .ADS Colorado Cherries for cannin*g at lones. --FOR SALE--A marble top counter Inquire at the Crescent office. Call the Jones Market, 112-W, for ood fruit, meat and vegetables. We deliver. --FOR SALE--Wagon at the Second Hand Store. Cantaloupes, Peaches, Strawber- ries, Watermelons, and Tomatoes at the Jones Market. Matron (to chauffeur, "Clarence, I am not accustomed to calling my chauffeurs by their first names. What is your last name? Chauffeur, "'Darling, madam.' Matron, "Drive .on, Clarence." / pts. cream now ...... 10c Qts. of cream, now ...... 35c Ask for it at your favorite groc- ery. Byron H. ,Blake, It is the sunny San Luis Valley With its pine tree grants bold, With its beautiful Rio Grande river, And its ledges of hidden gold. With its piled up mountain of sand dunes, DANCE Herdsman. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. LAND OFFICE at Pueblo, Colorado, June 12, 1931. NOTICE Is hereby given that Oba Wilson, of Saguache, Colorado, who, on November 28, 1925, made addi- tional Stock-raising Homestead En- try, No. 048,985, for SE % NE 1./4 Sec. 1, SE% Sec. 23, T. 44-N., R. 9-E., Lot 6 Sec. 6, T. 44-N., R. 10-E., With its* crystal lakes so clear, With is cool little mountain stream- lets And its herds of wild, timid deer. I know there are other valleys And other rivers, too, But none have fields any greener Or waters of deeper blue. Oh, how I love this green valley, Where the tall slender aspen trees grow, i And the beautiful vines twine about them ; MALE HELP WANTED Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in Saguache county. Wond- erful opportunity. Make $8 to $20 daily. No experience or capital need- ed. Write today. McNess Co., Dept. Th 9 music will be furnished by the well known ARCADIAN8 OF. PUEBLO As they sway with the breeze asH, Freeport, Illinois. Thursday June 18 at the Vill promptly deiiver yaur N.M.P.M. as now amended to de- it blows. .[ ---- wants from the mill. Save scribe SE 1/4 NE %, Section 1, SE time and money. 1/4 See. 23, T. 44-N., R. 9-E., and The green mountain side where the] 3 GOOD TEAMS FOR SALE  FRANK TRICKLE lot 5, Section 6, Township 44-N., antelbpegraze, " I  Ogden Hall Saguache Saguache Colo. Range 10-E., New Mexico Meridian, With flowers of lovely hue; [ I have three good work teams for has filed notice of intenti.on to corn- Where the mountain sheep stands like i sale at a remarkable low price, all plete amendment to establish claim to - .an idol, , ,, [ heavy work horses, used for heavy Agams a SKy OI azure DlUe. ihauling. i'.:.-..:.-'.-.'...-.'..--.:..:..:o,.'.....'.':":":.'":-:. eitlea]ndtabVIandcb:dat ?:ef':lr): lmson and old of the By Special Request and Considerable Ex-  =  Colorado, on the 24th day of July, Where the er' . g June 11 tf. Hugh Slane ! __ .  ,, , ,.., . , ::.::: 00atuache .:{" 1931. summer sky; ' Villa Grove : pense me Arcaaians win pray in aguacne mr Claimant names as witnesses" As the sun sinks 1.ow in the west, :. .... :t:  Emery Crowe, of Saguache, Cole- Reflects on the top of the mountain .... __    their first appearance. i SH0[ SH0P i rado.Dolph R.' Kepler, .of Mineral Hot And peak,turns brilliant the Blue of its  :o: ["' :, ..... ! Boot and Shoo Repa[rl n.  Springs, Colorado." I crest, l} k 1}   pecml Invitation Extended to all. [? --o---  Earl D. Hampton, of Mineral Hot Some people leave these mountains \\;1  k/ :. Special Attention to Out o  Springs, Colorado. andpeaks,    } IT K IT A I D D T C" 1 f 1 Whenever the wish to roam,  k. .3 . 1. .L.  1 k.) i Town Orders.  Casper Yinger, of Salida, Colorado. . J r 1. snl"llr Any persons claiming adversely the But they usually return again a--.DTl.lflrut.ll  '*  X above-described land are advised to To the San Luis Valley and home. AS AAlr'A--I'fllf *.@*X.4 ,  "  rs.--r. r.. s .rL ..................................................... BIRT CLARE, Msr. file their claims, or .objections --Marguerite Tooke'. . Y against the allowance of the above ......  Saguache, Colo. 4, amendment on or before July 24th.  -  "--'--'--i i I i ll   ]lllll lilt ".*'....,... .... ....... ,,:, ,. ,, ,,:, ,, ,, ,.  A.G. Stubblefield, Register. l  J lllll --f"" " "' .............. *," .... : Saguache Crescent.  ..... -- -]l June 18-25 July 2-9-16. el NE II 1 and Quiet. Try Us and U COME IN AND INSPECT OUR W STORE a You Will Come Again. I[ That all minin-operations on Sag l' '" i H.E. OWEN, Prep. [ uache County Land and Mining com- R Tahor 9289 i pany property carried on by leasees HOLDEN HOTEL I and the undersigned company will not be responsible in any manner for II 1 1821 California Street [[ bills of what-so-ever nature con- f I Rates $1.00 to $2.50. Special I tracted by any of said leasees. 1 Rates by Week.  SAGUACHE COUNTY LAND AND MINING COMPANY I DENVER, COLORADO ! May 22 Nov. 15 1931 1,|, [ The Saguache County Abstract and Investment Company Abstracts, Real Estate Insurance AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE A Present Day Necessity RATES: Public Liability (damage to persons) ......... $11 to $21 Property Damage (damage to property) ......... $7 to $11 Fire ............... $2 to $5 Theft ............ -.$1 to $5 Collision .............. $3 up Our Record on Payment of Losses Is 100 per cent. W. M. SLANE, Secy. and Mgr. CAFE SERVICE And Regular Meals Modern and Up to "Date Rooms Private Booths for Ladi Gentlemen and Families SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION Saguache Hotel ROLL MEANS & SON Dependability What a feeling of security to know that in your hour of sor- row there is one whom you can depend upon to assume com- plete charge of all funeral ar- rangements. Experience, modern equip- ment and close personal atten- tion to every detail insure the kind of service that you can de- pend upon. FULL LINE OF FUNERAL SUPPLIES Motor tIearse Equipment S. W. TRUITT Saguachee, Colo. MINING APPLICATION No. 054,629 U. S. Land Office, Pueblo, Colo., April 27, 1931. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That The Weems-Weaver Mining Corporation by S. E. Kortright, its authorized agent, whose postoffice address is Bonanza, Colorado, this day field its application for a patent for 1190 linear feet of the Lillian mine or vein, bearing gold and silver, with susrface ground 600 feet in width, situate, lying and being in Ker. ber Creek Mining District, County 6f Saguache, State of Colorado, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat, on file in this office, as Lot No. 20,443 in T. 47, N. R. 8, E. of the N. M. P. M. I The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 20,443 being as follows, to-wit: Variation 14 East. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the E.  Cor. Sec. 18 T. 47 N. R. 8 E. of the N. M. P. M. bears S 81" 25' 30" E 1480.25 ft.; thence N. 5 31' 30" E 1190 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S 88 19' W 604.78 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S 5" 31' 30" W 1190 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thence N 88 19' E 604.78 ft to Cor. No. 1, place of beginning, containing 3.849 acres exclusive of its conflict with Surs. i Nos. 787 Payson, 937 Antoro, 938 Poverty, 1364 June, 14110 Vallejo, ] 14183 Ouray, Independence and Or-] phan Belle, 17251 Jupiter, 18611! Uintah, and 19532 Lincoln and] Washington lodes; but expressly in-: eluding all of tracts "A", "B" and THIS CLAIM IS BOUNDED by the above named claims conflicting. THE AMENDED LOCATION of this mine is duly recorded in the Re- corder's office of Saguache County, in Book 106, page 402. A. G. Stubbleffield. Register. First Publication April 30, 1931. Last Publication, June 25, 1931. MINING APPLICATION No. 054,703 ' U. S. Land Office, Pueblo, Colorado May 18, 1931. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That S. Fullerton Weaver by S. E. Kortright, his authorized agent, whose postoffice address is Bonanza, Colo., this day filed his application for a patent for 1500 linear feet of the Sunshine lode, mine or vein bear- ing gold and silver with surface ground not exceeding 600 ft. in width situate, lying and being in Man- itou Mining District, County of Sag- uache, State of Colorado, and known and designated by the field notes and official plat, on file in this office, as Lot No. 20474 in T. 47 N. R. 8 E of the N. M. P. M. The exterior boundaries of said Lot No. 20471 being as follows, to- wit. Variation 14 30' E. Beginning at Cor. No. 1, whence the S. E. Cor. Sec. 8 T. 47 N R 8 E. of the N. M. P. M. bears S 23 33' E 2293.54 ft.; thence N 40 15' W 607.35 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thence S 74 51' W ]500 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence S 40 15' E 607.35 ft. to Cor. No. 4 thence N 74 51' E 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, con- taining 17.968 acres exclusive of its conflict with Sur. No. 1350 Itasca lode. THIS CLAIM IS BOUNDED by Surs. Nos. 1350 Itasca, and 20364 Forest and Denver lodes. THE AMENDED LOCATION of this ]nine is duly recorded in the Re- eorder's office of Sauache County Colorado. in Book 156. na'e 428. A. G Stubblefield. Register. First publication May 21st. Last publication July 16th. t I 15 TOWELS 25 and 35c Large Sheets $1.00 Pillow Cases 25c Ladies all Silk Hose $1.00 Rayon .............. - ................... 39e Children,s Silk Anklets .................... 35c Children's Tennis Shoes $1.00 Leather Oxfords Sizes to 2 $1.25 $1,35 $1.45 i Ladies Shoes $2.95 New Goods MEN'S RIDING TROUSERS $2.95 Men's Dress Trousers $2.25 $4.95 ' Men's Hose Work 15c Silk 35c Men's B. V. D's 65c 95c i i Men's Work Shoes $2.65 A Real Good Buy i i i Rubber Knee Length Boots $3.25 $3.95 | i ii i Here And The Low Cut Prices Came With:' Them