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SAGUACHE CRESCENT. SAGUACHE. COLORADO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9. 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 133. , i i IHI |ill I fN, -- | II Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs. News and Pcrso~aI Items of General Interest to Our Local Readers. # ,~ was up from Moffat ou was in town on business DsOamp of Alder was in town )An MeKenzis jr was down from Be- Saturday. Eck was down from Bonanza the week. hu Matthews went to DoI Norte yes- for a few days. Fellows was up from Moffat a last Friday. Cline was down from the Ooche- days last week. week's vacation L. P. Hum- is on duty at the big store again. to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stewart on Wednesday August 1st, a Everett, who has been sick for I tiino, is able to be on the streets Olean Ianson of Pueblo is visit- Walter Leery was over from Mirage the first of the week, Glint Johnson moved from Moffat to Center last Saturday. J. M. Guenin and family of Chloride gulch were in town Friday, X# Austin Jaques had his wrist dislocated while playing ball last Sunday. Bill Daily was up from his ranch on the Oarnero tile first of the week. E. L, Vail was up from Moffat on bus- |hess at the court house last Friday, Z. T. Clark and Charley Fox of upper Ssguache were in town last Saturday. Hen. D. S. Jones and son Frank were up from the ranch the first of the week, Our Center corresPondence came in one day too late for publication last week. Mrs. D.J. Morgan started to Mont- rose yesterday for a week's visit with her son, Aloezo. A. E Fraunfelter, who did the plumb ing at the creamery, has gone back to Monte Vista. parents IL Donnell and wife and Henry Sunday with Tom and Mrs. ly and Rachel White and Sadie were at Monte Vista the first Uochrane and Itallie Tarbell Mr. and Mrs. John~ Ed M. Bryan and wife of Denver came q in Wednesday for a two week's visit with Mrs, H. M. Bryan, Miss Ella Winkler has been ~ink the past two weeks, but is somewhat im- proved at preeent. Next Sunduy the Saguache base ball team will play agama with a pick-up team from tile town. theW. O.W. Iogroilingat Monte.d John F. Wllliamswas so nnlucky as is 7th r'i,o cut his hand badly while filing a ~ick- ........... 'l le at the Means rao,~h. " ,a large number t)f Villa Grove ] -~-- #,Lien ~ rvl es Of Goorg~ Cooper, t }T ck i as( n of dedthe funeral e "e ] "' '' Miller last Thursday B,lena Vi.~t,, is worhinz h)r ,h,hn Wake a ~ ~ ~ -- ,on th, high s('h,),d huihling. l&ofi:hl, and his uephew M. I). of Pueblo, went up ou Middl- Court ,~tellt,gral)hor J,,hn Nevitt .of sday fur a week's fishing Del Nolle was hvre at lending the extra session of I,he d.sl ri,:t w)urt Tuesday. Oormau, an attorney of New ArLhor Sc,)lt and Fra.k Bowers were ty, is putting in part of his vacs- np from fJa G ;rite I'needay. They say his friend, Mrs. Blanche E. that thn nr,)ps i') that. s,ction are looking fine L. M. Oardnar and baby of B. - ~ The t, tal r,iu,ll for the moni, ll of ~ame down Saturday for a sh,,rt [:luly at S,,gua('h*# was two and eve-half qth her grandparentst John F, in,:ileF. TI)ia is just about the average and wife. ~ f,,r July. Catherine (Jr(,uch, wh+)graduaL Mrs. I':lrti~ Wilson, who has been Cilr ('oqnty high suha,)l last M;L) w~rl, iug ;,; the New American for the h:ls a , I*,,-,t ~ta)itig with Ilia t past t w,, ul,mt.he, quit. last 8atullda)' and iv of I),:la~ Niubb,, ~xp,,t It, Mirlto reLurHe i it) "~),lida. Rich Strike on the San Isabel, Mrs, J. L. Jones and ~on came in from It ie reported that a rich vein of ore has been struek ou the San'Isabel Min ing & Milling company~ property on th~ east ride recently. The vein ie from ;hree to three aud one-half feet wide Greede Tussday for a two week's visit with her father T. H. Mahoney. All who are iuterested in the creamery should deliver the greatest possible nnlount (,f C|'enni at the plant tomor- and eom~ of th~ ore run~ as high as $300 1 row, Friday. per ton. The report comes from a relia. ] S J. Spray~ U, ,'4. dvputy mineral sur. ble source. __ [ vevor, came in from Salida Tueeday and A New Ba~ at Center. t is &ring some work for .Talon Lawrence The certificate of incorporation of the new bank at Center was filed with the county clerk, Thursday, August 2nd, and the bank begun business Monday the 6th. It wss incorporated under th~ name of The Farmers State Bank with a capital stock of $30,000, The officers are L. M. Green, pres, David Miles) vice pres., L, R Sims, cashier. Dug up aSlieleton. While digging in the sand a short time ago, some children at Liberty uncovered a human skeleton. It was resting in about the same position as lhat of de Sylvestra discovered by Allen Qnarter. main, but in an entirely different state of preservation. It had evidently been buried there a long time, for when ex- posed to the air it all crumbled to dust except the skull. Church--No,ca. The pastor will preaeh at 11 a, m, and 7:30 p. m. In themorntng a stud~ of a song that is over 3000 )'ears old will be undertaken. This song was one of the first hits of rhyme extant,and was kuown as "The Song" by the Hebrews The song with its icterpretation will be con- sidered under the t.itlo, "An Old 8ong Made Now "During ths month of August we sha|l probatlly ~ludy several other songs, Coam and bring your friends to the services. Su|)day evening subject, "Leaving Honm." Bible school at 10 a. m. every Sunday. Classes for all ages. Asa Z. ltall0 Pastor. St0ckya~ Letter, Stock Yards Kansas City, Aug. 3, The cattle ~upply is cue-fourth small. er this week than last, total 41,000 head, yet the market has made only small ad. vance. All classes gained about alike~ selling fn,m strong t,) 10c higher as com. pared with last week The first ship. merit of gruss Colorad:)l! came in Mon~ day, shipnmnt of J. W. Rector, Rifle, 0olo. The steers sold at $4, /0~:6 Ibs, and the cows at $3, 961 Its. Fed Colora. do steers from Lama,, sold tit, $5~5 snd $5.75, a~d Panbandls cows brought $2 30 to $260, canners around $2, veal calves $3.75 to $6.25. One lot of Texas stock- I)rs sold at. $3,40, but ouisida of these ar- rivals nothiog has beou on sale from distant states, Tile feeling iu stockers and feeders is better this week although the volume of business in thi~ line is still small aud supply confined to infer- ior native stockers at $2.25 to $3 25, a few medium grade cattle at $3.25 to $3,75 aud a small number of high grade feed- ars which mere, ready sale tit. ~3.85 to $4.50. Continued Oi)l,ortune rains have now insured a hill corn crop, besides put- ting paslurein first, cla~s condition and trade in o,un~ry grades will likt'ly be lively when larger numbers of them ap- t)viii.. i. A. R[OKART. i Re~nlnli~ns ~I Cendele0ce. ttall of Olive Brauuh lodge No, 32, A, L". & A. M. WLmreas, This lodge has learned with sorrow of the death of our late Bro. G. B. Phillips and, Wh~re||~, We recognize that in the death (if Bro. Phillips, the lodge has loat ()t,c ,,f its m,)m e~r|)e,t, and faithful mere- be,',; a friend and companion who was respected by' all, whoso UtlllO.:lt en- deavor.~ were always for tAn welfsre of Masonry; his family a kind and loving husband and father; ~n(t the commuilily . ,2|)(.t sn,l I)t,rizhl ,.it,zen, und XVhe,ea,, ]l is b|il jusl thal S fit(|nit ieOognitio,I of hi4 nlany ~irt|les be lind~ t.her0f,)re bf~ it I{~solwd, That wlfile ~e b,,w uifh llunihle sul),i,issi,),l t,) Lhe will of I.t,~ Silt)reli ~ .~liialert we d(, ilot the 1(4Sl niourn for ()ur br()lher who lilts been taken fr,,m |IS l{e~t)lved, I'huLLhehearlfelt~yn+lptlhy of ihht h,~llza ll~ ~xteildcd Itl the f,lini y in lh, ir afiait,Jt i,m. [{e~,dvedl 'L~h)it lira chartor t)f i,ilr It)di4o i)e d|'al,ed iu nlourning f,,r ih- i~cri,,d of ihirly day~. Thi0t I,l,~ le~l~) hl'ion.~ I)~ slroad I1[)Oll IhP l'ec,,rda tlf the halg,~, A copy ltioieo I)e trallsall|- led lo the family of the (I,,ceased and t~l the ~al.~iiachl' (JRES0