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June 18, 1931     The Saguache Crescent
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June 18, 1931

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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1931 -- ,lf,, t,-r&apos; r '''' New Arrivals Of Wash Dresses For These Warm Days. Beautiful Prints and Veils in all the New Styles and Colors All Sizes 13 years to Out Sizes $1.95 tO $2.25 New Straw Hats Now On Display GET OUR PRICES BEFORE BUYING WORK CLOTHES A SPECIALTY DRY GOODS -- BOOTS  SHOES  CLOTHING PHONE 45-W SHERMAN'S "THE RELIABLE STORE" DO YOU REALIZE . : THE IMPORTANCE  ::  OF A GROCERY STORE? " .. The quality of the groceries that you pur- chase has a direct bearing upon your health and general happiness. . If you purchase groceries that are inferior, you are sure to feel the effect in reduced vi- tality. . . The foods we sell are all fresh, reliable and sanitary By trading here you can conserve all your health as well as take advantage of re- mark'able low-price offers! The road to economy and wisdom in buying is a trip to our store. Sa00uache firoceryans Harket That's Jack's Place--Phone 104 Saguache, - - - Colorado SAOUAORZ 0RES0.B'r .... II i N HI .......... MOFFAT Jack Cain and family, of Pagosa Springs, spent the week end at the R. D. Adams home. Mrg. Cain re- mained for an indefinite' time as her mother has been seriously ill, but is better at this time. Mrs. Dave Lewis arrived last week from Valentine, Arizona, for a month's vacation from her duties at Truxton Canyon Indian school. T. J. Roetker and family, of Hoop- er, spent the week end at the Otto Roetker home. Marjorie Roetker re.- ined for a week's visit with Ruth Roetker: r, and rs, Hugh Slane were Sunday visitors at the Frances Meis- ter hom, Mr. John Sheets and sons, perry and Gordon, accompanied Mrs. Wag- goner and son to their home at Bay- last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morris, Mrs. Frank Mishak, Mrs. L. C. Sheldon, Mrs. J. C. Roetker, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roetker nd Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wer- ner attede the funeral pf Mrs. George W)odard at Saguache tat Thursday, Fer ({Ider rttlrpd to be!" h0m at Monte Vista last_ Friday/ater sev- eral weeks visit t the , J, Wern@r home, Chas. Kunsman and family let Saturday morning for Denver wh?ro they are visiting w{th !'Igtlv?s: Clifford Biggs and J. C. Thomp- son and wife, of Oklahoma, arrived reuda or a visit with relaitves. .Mrs. A W. S6ot t left Tuesday .m0rning fpr Iowa. Mr E!lis accom- P.g .hsf 9 o!aroa. Spring. ]Rev }eeves, 9f Denyer, is hotdirg reviva| m,eeting a the irage eh001 h0tls, BONANZA Mrs. Dan Mahoney return0d from Rico, Colorado, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Cuentn left Thtrs day morning for Poncho Springs to spend a few weks hoping to 'benefit Mrs. Cuenin's health. Frank Leavitt spent last week at Poncho Spritgs, t Mr. and Mrs. Galen Thurman nd sone, of Rico, came in Wdnsday, Galen returned to Rico Thursday while Mrs. Thurman and ,on_s r0- mained for longer visit with her m<ther, Mrs. Dam Mahoney. Ralph Gray, Joe Currenc, Floyd Campbell and Dan Mahoney who have been employed at Minturn, returned home last week. The Ed. Currence family moved to Salcd:sTrUeSd;:btnson, of Altamont, C R E 5 I E D B U I I E h!a:iif;trh:Mrai:SM:ff::Vil!i::i'ua!! for Minturn, Colo. COAL $9.75 - $9.95 - $10.95 Per Ton, in Car Load Lots Per Ton, from Car Per Ton, from Bin L. W. GROSS GARAGE Illll Mr. and Mrs. Stamford Mahoney, of Minturn, spent Sunday with home- folks here. Clinton Anderson and Ed. Ashley spent last Thursday with their wives at Crestone. Tom Mahoney and Johnnie Ray- mond spent several days last week looking over some mines in Brown's Canyon near Sailda. DAN'S ICE CREAM AND COCA COLA THE BEST" Last Thursday Mr. Win. B. Corker, officially representing the Coca Cola company, of Atlanta, Ga., visited our town and gave Dan's Ice Cream Parlor the O. K., and credit for mak- ing the best Coca Cola in the whole district. In his careful check-up he found Dan's stock properly kept and fresh; his carbonator working prop- erly, wate'r iced, both plain and car- bonated water as drawn at the foun- PHONE 124w FOR SERVICE SAGUACHE :o: COLORADO Ill Ill II Desw EET? tain at a temperature f 39"4 F" ant Your Cream Stay he drink properly made. Not only Coca Cola is right at Dan's, but everything in his line is kept fresh and in good hape and all soda fountain drinks are made just to the standard of the best formula 0 U R 5 D 0 E $ to be had. Cigars are moist and a real smoke to any cigar smoker. Those who have not visited Dan's New Cream Prices VILLA GROVE ,,o PLANS CHANGED AUTO AND FISHING LICENSE John Seyfried, Will L. Hammond The county clerk has issued 1150 Miss elen Klarenbach, of Salida, and Edith Jones, at the county clerk's auto passenger and 235 truck, als0 is visiting Miss Dorothy Pkarsch at l office, received a surprise package 265 fishing license since January I, the ranch. Miss Barsch expects to M.onday which contained 158 deeds 1931. leave seen to enter a nurses training and mortgages to be recorded. As school, at this time of the year a lull in the Canning time has arrived, only Supervisor Mack, of Salida, spent clerk's office and each member of certain fruits on the June market. several days here last week. the force is planning a week's vaca- When a man takes medicine he The Woodard fence camp has been tiou. The package with other general looks at the label to be sure he has moved to San Log Gulch last Thurs- work coming into the office at this the right kind, but when he takes his day. time changes the vacation plans ma- politics he will swallow anything thst Mr. Frank Cargo passed away sud- terially, has his party label on it. denly last Thursday morning at the Shippey ra ncheast of town. Mr. Car- go, one of the oldest residents in this ..$-:...- end .of the county, will be sadly miss- ed. Funeral services were held Fr day at2p. m. by the Masonic lodge Provide For iqd burit was tt the Villa Grove cemetery beside the grave of his During Grass Season II mother. We extend heartfelt sym- pathy to his brother, Fred, who sur- vives him. Mr. and Mrs. Lassiter, of Hooper, visited here Friday. Edmond Ashley will join Lyle Clare, Harland Cutler and Alvin Fellers, of Saguache, Wednesday, when the boy s wil! leae for h [!itizens Mi!itar  Trin!ng camp. at Ft: Loan: Mrs. ]. , Broho and daughter, Bty, Edmond Ashley, Mrs. S, Mid- winter enjoyed a pleasant day Tues- day with Rober and Snq Ashley n Antoro reek eap the laho, whet, e he bo's are. bui!d|n a government trail. Mrs. R. E. Glasgow and Miss Rach- ael Slane drove over here Tuesday from the Klondyke mine. Word was received Tuesday eve- ning f,:om' Spr!ngs ttospita 1 that Mrs. Walter VanBuskirk ii im: poing 0ft f operati0n qn h_' bad Tu.esday torin,. Mr, and Mrs. W, P, Fu)!erwtlder were i0 Salida Monday transacting buins, lhe 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! Saluache County National Bank SAGUACHE, COLORADO Capital and Sar00lus 880,000, Mr. Frank Arand and Mr. Leo Nichol motored to Canon City Tues- day o meet relatives from Chicago whom will yis!t with t hoj th| sum- NW ROOMS AND RESTAURANT Lucy has openod the Kesse]ning brick building on San Juan avenue to the public, All rooms have been re-decorated and fumigated, A: nice clear t, oom for 50 cents, Regular meals served, Service the best, The show you know , Allerita Loomis players. recently will be surprised to see the stock he i adding and is deserving of credit for coming in and making us a five wire merchant" and filling in the missing link of merchandise and a place to get it. LOCAL NEWS ON EVERY PAGE 3 CHEERS for the MAILMAN He's a good scout, but who wouldn't* rather hear your voice over the tele- phone than get a letter, es- pecially when today service is so fast, cost so low. For I I II MORE FOR Your Money I 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-- right here in the community where it has chance to come back to you. YOUR DOLI2AR IS GROWING-- THESE PRICES PROVE IT-- B e PRIME eet STEAKS ............... 25c ROASTS ............... 20c STEWS ................ 14c Lamb GRADE LEG .................. 28c CHOPS ................ 25c STEW ................. 22c ROAST ................ 25 I Illl Soap TOILET LAUNDRY P. & G. or CRYSTAL WHITE, 6 for .......... 25C LUX or PALMOLIVE 3 for .................. 25c Pork HOME GROWN CHOPS ................ 28c ROAST ................ 25 SAUSAGE ............. 25c Fruit FRESH ORANGES ............. 40c GRAPE FRUIT ........ 13d" .LEMONS .............. 40c BANANAS ............ 12c ROYAL TWO JELL FLAVORS Raspberry -- Strawberry 3 Pkgs. for ............ 25c , ii flt00]MOND MERCANTILE 0, SAGUACHE, COLORADO III U |U Ill II I I I example, station to station day rates SPECIAL from Saguache to: Walsenberg60 Trinidad---80c Canon c,,,-oo For the men ssss,'.,s/msts  Lee's Bib Overalls Shield Back made from__ '  Lee Denim ................... Per Pair__$2.00 TELEPMON[- The (;enter Elevator Lee's Cowboy Overalls Copper Riveted .... by hand .................. Per Pair ...... $1.90 Lee's Fine Yarn Blue Chambray Work ..... Shirts ......................... each .... ,$1.00 I I I One Quart : One Pint One-half Pt. : Buy Your Milk and Cream From I F I I ,, I I I I |I ' I , I 40c lour--Producer Feeds-.Grain . F Ridgeway 00S0n 10c Ask us for Prices , i i THE00-CEINTER ELEVATOR "A-Home Owned Store" The Sanitary Dairy Saguache, Colo. - Phone 64 6omer H, Latae, Mn00r CENTER, COLORADO Office Phone 36 Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, and Men's Work Clothing, Groceries and Hardware.