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The Saguache Crescent
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September 27, 1906     The Saguache Crescent
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V()L. S XX I. NO. UACHE CRESCENT. NUMBER 134,1. Local Happenings Told in Short Paragraphs. News and personal Items of General Interest to Our Local Readers. oL oL i ii O. O. Fellows of Hooper spent Sunday Saguache. Tom Atwood of Villa Grove has been ince last Saturday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Timney, hat Saturday a ten poundgirl. Mrp. L. O. Lemieux of Denver is here dsiting her son L: O. Lemieuz. T. M. Alexander in installinga sawmill on a branch of Sheep creek this week. P. M. Jones returned Monday from Denver, Pueblo and other points in the Xliss Mabel Willisms left for Derange where she expects to remain the winter. Mrs. Ed Cochrane, who was taken ser- iously ill last Sunday, is much improved this writing. Miss Daisy Follows left for Derange 0n Monday where she will take in the fair there this week. Mrs. H. R. Smith and Miss Florence Hene of Denver were Saguaehe visitors the first of the week. Mrs. Walter Hager of Bonanza, who has been quite sick for the past two Weeks is improving slowly. S. P. Calvert returned from Kansas last Wednesday, where he had gone with three car loads of cattle. T. H. Mahonoy jr, who has been work- ' in the mines at Oreede for several ~onths~ returned home Saturday. Mrs. George Farrington is at (1olorado this week visiting her mother and attending the Pike Centennial. Hen. John Lawrence went to Del Tuesday to attend the senatorial Vonvention which was held yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marold, Gee. Wood- erd and family, and Mrs. J. B ~laloht are at Colorado Springs attending the Pike Centennial this week. Mrs. H.A. Bucker and son arrived here last Wednesday from Lander, Wy- oming, and will spend several wseks visiting relatives and friends. T. M. Lyons of Denvhr spent Monday night with Hen. Michael White at the ranch at La Garita. He returned to Denver ou the mor,b~g train, Tuesday. B, M. Clareand family visited with Mr. Clare's cnudn, J. A. Clare at Salida. the last of last week. On Sunday they visited tile family of O. A. Mack at Buena Vista and ret urned home Monday John Brunn' horses won two s~oonds and one third at the San IJuis Valley fair John has ~:oo,I h~rsas and there Were many among the ~rowd who thought that h~ did not ~et all that was ooming to him. An informal luncheon was served on from 3to5at the home of Mrs. H. M. Bryan in honor of Mr~ Butch and .'airs. MoOches who are loan- in a ua ae t ~ r for Paean, the gSg o' , hef, rme ' ! latter for Ca~on bity. 4 Mrs. Campbell of Ssguache, who visiting with Lee Fairbauks and! Leonar.d Hobson, went down to Monte Vista Tuesday to see the fair anti to watch the Saguache ball team in their first real game.--Prospeotor. Mrs. Jeese Dillon and children arrived here last Monday and export to make this their home. M~. Dillon will be here later, and will. take poseession of the Saguache-M0ffat stage line which he has purchased from A. O. Creger. The venerable Mrs. ~argaret Buroh left Saguache Saturday for the home of her (laughter, Mrs. Argo TaylOr, at Pennia. Her daughter-in-lawf Mrs. Oec. Burch acoompanis,1 her t~) Ounnison from which point,a 117 mils train rids will conduct her to her destination. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Pacheco Sept. 22, a boy. john F. Williams has been on the sick list for several days. George MoOcher returned from (]anon City the first of the week. Joseph Ham and family moved from Bonanza to Saguache a few days ago. There is a government representative in the valley this week looking over the alkali lands. Miss Edna Slane hat a pocketbook oontsining $19.40 stolen at the Monte Vista fair last w, ek. T. T. Phelps of West Bay City, Mich. will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church next Sunday. Will Sheets moved from the country south of town lute the Lawrence prop- erty on San J uan avenue last week. The Ladies Guild Will meet at the home of Mrs. Walter Hammond Friday afternoon, Sept. 28. Everybody invited. J.W. Hess of Center, agent for the Cadillac automohile, who has been here for thepast ten days, returned home laet Saturday. l~v. A. Maos will preach at the Span- ish presbyterian church on Sunday, Sept. 30 at 11 a.m. All are cordially in- vited to attend. We learn that Claud Mack, who went from here to Kansas last spring, has re- turned to his home at Buena Vista a,d is attend ing scbool. The democratic convention of the 15th eenat,rial district met in DoI Norte yes tsrday. The nomination had not been made when we went to press. Arthur Hsrdy was relieved of a belt and aurae cartridges at the Monte Vista fair, anti Mrs. Hardy had a fasci- nator and some j~w,,Iry taken. Glenn Williams and Ohas. Jaques,who are working in ;'~mzu~obe park, came down last Saturday h~r supplies. They staid over Sunday and returned Monday morning. J. B Warner of Alder-who has been at Mrs. Sherman's hotel for esveral week,, suffering from partial paralysis, ia improving aud will perhaps be able to [ return home by the firm of next week. llabra prvdicaeion del Santo Ener- getic p, r e! Reverend~ Amadee Mass Eo la lgh'cia Preaviteriana el losing- pr,,ximo %~pt 30,1as 11 once dole anita,, Todos son cordislmente invitsdos. ....... Although they did not come out wm- nor the Saguacbe ball team put up a splendid game with Al~tnosa at tile Monte Vista fair last Wednesday. A little m~,re practice aml the next game will end differently. The fifth annual convention of the Colorado Stale Commercial association was hold at Fort thdlina Monday, Tees- (lay and Wednesday of this week. There was a largo attendance and the session ~as an interesting -no. Bey. Ira [)~Hall/t'he father of Dr. A. Z. Hall, filled the puloit of the teaptist church Sunday in lieu of his son, who, being much f, ligued by his long journey from Boston was pereuad~i to remain at the family home in Pueblo. "Birt Alexander of Coffee 0% Kansas, came tn the last t,f last week and is vis- iting his father, Flea. T. M. Alexander. He was accompani, d t,y Henry Keith, ~lso of Coffee county..who is an old friend of the Alexander family. yesterday, we caw a letter from the Burma of F,-estry of the Agricultural department of the U. S. government, signed by Ovorton W. Price, sseoeiate fore, toP, whinh shows that. Oscar Proflttt rwign~d from the forest eervic~, reports to the o~,T,~ r,ry notwithstanding. Married in Denver. Walter Humphries of tenement and Miss Elsie Harem were Den- ver Tuesday, Sept. 25th. "rll~ bride is a sister of W. H. Ham of the CRESOmST and is well known in this vicinity, and has a wide ~.ircle of friends, having lived here with bet mother for many years. She is a graduate of onr high sehool, and of the fltateNormal school; and has been a successful teacher for several years. The groom is in the employ of a prominent tenement mercantile firm and is highly raspected. They expect to make Long- most their home. Married. A quiet wedding took place in our vil- lage on Wednesday, Sept. 19th. The contracting parties were Arthur Ellis and Miss Ella Winkler,both of Saguache. The ceremony that made these two es- tsemed young people husband and wife was solemnized by Juetice B. M. Clare, at the residence of the bride's parents on Christie ave. Onty the bride's par- eats were present. Mr. Ellis has pur- chased the Thornburg property, on Den- vet ave. where they will make their home. The Cnzscg~T joins their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life. J. M. Ellis who has been mining in Utah for the past year returned to Ss- gueche last Tuesday. Mrs. John I. Palmer entertained the ladies' whist club on Wednesday after. rJoon. Our0ounty high school has just re- ceived a very fine wall map of the United States from Hen. H, M. Hogg. Our schools are indebted to Mr. Hogg for many favors during his term of ofl~os. A letter received from John O. Hunt. ington of Victor, states that he is expect. lug to go to Nevada next month with a view to accepting a position with mining people there. He is uow with the Woods Investment Co.--Prospector, Dr. M. Ed Werner, a straLght, honest old time Democrat, who has recently re- turned from a trip to Denver, dropped into this office last Friday, and we cor- nered him for news. t'he doctor is high- ly educated and well posted on current topics, especially on matters of a politi- cal nature; but i~ very much disinclined to tell all he knows about the subject. To getnews from him is just like ex- tractin~ teeth; but we did sudceed in getting hi~ opinion on a few things. We soon learned that be is personally ac- quainted with some of the prominenu politicians of the state, and we began to fire questions at him, on the situation. We got: his opinion on some things, and onsome we dida't. H,~ said he knew Alva Adams, but did not express his opifiion on the outcome of the governor. ship race. He c~nfessed that he is ac- quainted with Simou Guggeuheim and stated that he had a long and pleasant interview with that g~ntleman while in Denver. Fie ia an ar(l.,Jt admirer of Mr. Gnggenheim, and said that Colorado might well feel honored if Mr. (;u~gen- helm would accept th