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j i iii i i ii ii I i i ii ii I I II I II ii i I i ii I Notice for Publication Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office, Del Norte, Celo. Sept. 25, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Chloe Brant- ley of Saguache, Colorado, who on March Zl, i9I4, made desert land application No. o3t81, for E~ SE>,( section 13, township 45 north, range 9 east, N. M. P, Meridian, less Denver and Rio Grands railroad right of way, has filed notice of intention ~o make final proof by purchase under act of March 4, 1915, to establish claim to the land above described before clerk of dis- trict court at Saguache, Colorado, oll the 4 day of November, 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: Robert G. Dunshee of Mineral Hot Springs, Colo- rado, Truman E. Dunshee of Mineral ttot Springs• Colorado, Charles A. Potts of Villa Grove, Colorado, Peter D. Solomon of Saguache, Colorado. Hubbard H. Abbott, Register. oct z 3° Notice for PubLication Depart meat of the Interior U. S. Land Office, Del Norte, Colo. Sept. "4, I9t9- Notice is hereby given that George Gil Stoddart of Alder. Colorado, wtlo on Sep- tember z9, r915, haade homestead applica- tion o3472, for W~ NE~ section 7, town- ship 47 north, range 9 east, N, M. P. Me- ridian has filed notice of intention to make three year final proof to establish claim to the land above described before clerk of district court at Saguache, Colorado, on the 3rd day of November, I919. Claimant names as witnesses: Vick An- derson, Charles Miller, Wesley DeCamp, Fred Stoddard all of Alder, Colorado• Hubbard H, Abbott, Register. oct 2, 30 I I I I I I I II R ca, p Den R hud'. ProP' l /I. I hav¢ bought the McMilIon G~ag¢ and aIl .[~ 7to a¢ccsso:ies.:nd .wi.U d: my very" best to k~p Phone 67 II" Dean Redhead I $AfiUACHE CRESCENT BUSINESS LOCALS THURSDAY, OCT.. 9, 1919 All coal and hauling must be cash. Bennie Timney. I have another shipment of tams and hats. Mrs. Kesselring. Peaches, grapes, apples, oranges,lem- ons and banannas at Edgar Jones. LOST--On tair grounds, girl's silk sash. Please leave at Crescent office. Ladies and misses knit tams, all col- ors, $1. At Jorgensen. Fine fat eornfed chickens dressed or alivb at Edgar Jones. We handle all kinds of coal hard and soft, Bennie Timney. Pork sausage, hamberger and yohng beef at Edgar Jones. Men's bib overals at $2.35. Men's jumpers $2.25. At Jorgensen. Swift's premium hams, a nice price on these goods within the reach of all, i give Edgar Jones a call. Buy your winter coal from us, we have all the best coal that we can get. Bennie Timney. A large stock of leather lined and un- lined, work and dress gloves At Jorgensen. Always ask for Fiorman's Indian Brand paint. We carry a complete Stock. Saguache County Lumber Co. If you want harness, saddle or any- thing in this line see C. H. Nelson on October 16th at Edgar Jones. For auto drivers--A one finger heavy leather gauntlet driving glove, $4.75i At J orgensen. WANTED--A good second hand stand- ard keyboard typewriter. Everett Dunshee, Mineral Hot Springs• I~p ~b5 oct 2 Blankets and quilts are in style and the price is within the reach of all At Jorgensen. Rooms for rent day or week. The Conner rooming house Rooms and: • I beds clean. _ i ,~ F.M. Sweeney, Mgr. ' lisp .~ ~ ~ Men's, women and children jerseyI gloves and mittens, 25c and 30c At Jorgensen. Repair that leaky roof with Ruberoid roofing. It lasts longer. Saguaehe County Lumber Co. The "Hump" hair pins have arrived, assorted sizes, 5c and 10c At Jorgensen. Refinish that old chair yourself. Flor, man's Varnish Stain will make it look like new. Saguache County Lumber Co. Corticello silk thread, all colors 19c. White and black cotton thread, 5c At Jorgen sen. FOR SALE-Five acres in alfalfa, tract No. 93, See. 4, twp 43, range 9. Ten acre tract No. 28, Sac. 23, twp 44, range 10. Lot 24, block 182, lot 6/ block 137, Moffat, Colo. If interested write R. A. Seward, 1125 N. 5th st., Salina, Kan. A bargain if taken at once. sop 25 oct 16 - For S~le Sanitary couch and small Wilson heater. J.A. Carey. cot ~ Dress Making' Dressmaking, altering and repairing neatly done. All work guaranteed. Phone 104. Mrs. C. E. Wells• Methodist Church Preaching service at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at the usual hour. A full attendance is as. lpecially desired. Rev. Henderson. Pastor. FOR SALE--Book case reasonable. In- quire at this office. Oct 9 FOR SALg--Full blood Rhode Island Red roosters, $3 if taken soon. Travis Sandlin, Moffat, Colo. Oct 9tf Hay and Pasture for Sale I have 40 tons of good hay and nine quarters of pasture near Moffat. Phone J. T. Martin, Moffat, Colo. oct 9 23 :Monte Vista Boy Pershing's Orderly Alex Erickson of Monte Vista, who enlisted May 28, 1918, served as order- -ly to General Pershing during the close of the war. Young Erickson is a per- fect type of American soldier physi- cally, being six feet and two inches in height and well proportionod.--Monte Vista J~ara aL I Must Pay Up [ Notice i Having sold out my entire holdings ] I~aVing B~ght the McMillon interest in the garage. I respectively request [ in the Duplex four wheel drive truck, I all owing accounts to me to come in wish all owingthe former firm for haul- immediately and make settlement with ing and for coal would call at the Rain- my authorized agent, Nick Fuson, who bow Service garage and settle their ac- will collect and receipt for the same. George McMillon. oct 9 MEN WANTED TO 81~LL GROCERIES SELLING EXPERIENCE NO P NECESSARY One of the World's largest Grocers ( capital over $1,000,000) wants ambitions men in your lo- cality to sell direct tO consumer nationally known brands of au extensive line of groceries, paints, roofings, lubrmating oils. stock feeds, etc. Big line, easy sales. Values beat any competition. Earn big money. No experience or capital required. Complete sample outfit and free selling instructions start you. Long estab- lishad reliable house. Write today, J ohn 8extort & Co..~52 W. Illinois lit., Chicago, Ill. LosT--Bright bay horse star in fore- head, short legs, heavy set body brand 0-7 on left thigh J. M. Hinchie, Gunnison, Colo. oct 2 counts immediately. Bennie Timney. oct 9 Distributors Bradstreet casings and tubes can be obtained from the tollowing distribu- tors: Win. Kugler, Moffat. Chas. Ports, Villa Grove. W. G. Cox. Mirage• Kelley & Shigley, Center. Nick Fuson, Saguache. It is advisable for those wanting tires to get them from this large consign- ment just received as we are informed tires are sure to advance 15 per cent in within a few days. Gaorge McMillon, Alamosa, Colo. Violl~l LessoBs A large class is being formed in vie~ lin instructions and those wishing les- sons or information regarding same, car on, • F. M. Sweeney, Saguache. Se'pt 4 Piano for Sale We have in Monte Vista a strictly high grade piano which will be sold at a rental bargain. Terms. If interested write quick for information to The Denver Music Company, Denver, Colo. oct 9 nov 13 Blake--Yes sir, the horse is nearly obto]ete. Jinks--I notice yours is. FORD CARS ARRIVE, ALL LATEST MODELS These are the latest prices right off the bat: Touring ears ................... $628 90 Touring, demountable rim and starter ..................... 732 38 Trucks, demountable rim ....... 686 90 Chasis ......................... 574 66 Chasis, demountable rim and starter ..................... 675 32 Sedan .......................... 993 19 These cars with gas and oil all ready to go. Notice to Ford Buyers Now is your greatest opportunity to buy that Ford car, Chas. Coleman has made arrangements whereby be can sell a new Ford, one-third cash, one- third in four months and the balance within a year. june 19 Notice fo~ PukLication Department of the l~srior U. S. Land Office, Del Norte, Colo. October 4, 1919. Notice is hereby given that James W. ! Rule of Alder, Colorado, who on Nov. i2, ,19i4, made homestead application No. 03324, for E~ SW~ and SE~ NW/~( and SW/~ NE/~, section 35, township 48 uorth, range 8 east, N. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention, to make final three year proof to establish claim to the land above described before clerk of dis- trict court at Saguache, Colorado, on the ISth day of November, x919, Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas C. O'Haver, George G. Stoddart, Henry Weber, Robert W. Bruner all of Alder, i Colorado. Hubbard H. Abbot, Register. oct 9 nov 6 Notica of AppLication to Lea~e State /~ud Office of the State Board of Land Com- nfissiondt's. Denver, Colo., Oct. 3, r919• Notice is hereby given that application has been made to lease the following de- scribed school and internal improvement ' lands situate in Saguache county, Colorado, to-wit: NE,~ of NE~$ of section 16, township 41 north, range 7 east, application No. B-679 (Immunity application.) EJz/ of NEXt( section I6. township 45 north, range 6 east, application No. B-7o8 (Immunity application.) SE~ of section 34, town- ship 41 north, range 7 east, application No. B-649 (Agricultural application.) SE/~,( of SW)~ of section io, township 4I north, range 7 east, application No. B~68z' (Im- munity application.) Notice is further hereby given that all other persons desiring to file an applica- tion to leazc all or any part of this tract of l land must file same in this office prior to~ Nov. 6, I919, as no other application to lease the above described lands will be considered after said date• John F. Vivian, Register State Board Land Commissioners• Oct. 9-16-23-3o. OPERA HOUSE. A Family Theatre W. A. McEntyre Prop. 3 Shows a week 3 Tues. Thurs. Sat. Clean Moral Pictures Greatest Screen Actors Freedoln The most precious, God-given, in- alieanable, necessary, essential and natural born right of human beings is the right to make their own mistakes. Parents, philosophers and reformers are everlast ingly,out of their great love and high moral zeal, committing the worst crime in the catagory against the children, grown-ups and nations of the world, to-wit: trying to keep us from making mistakes. But we must stub our own toes, kind folks, burn our own @ • If you've nevtr worn a Worth Hat, its because you've never tried them. Customers tell us they're wonderfully comfortable-- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of Interior U. S. Land Office, Del Norte, Cole, Sept. ii, I919. Notice is hereby given that Andrew Gallegos of Saguuche, Colorado, who on November 29, 1915, made homestead ap- plication No.. o349o, for lot 3, S,~ NW~; and SW~.~ NEJ~, section 5, township 45 north, range 6 E. N. M. P. Meridian has filed notice of intention to make three year final proof to establish claim to the land above described before clerk of district court at Saguache, Colo., on the 2o day of October, 19i9. Claimant names as witnesses Alyandro i Cordova, Juan B. Gonzales, Nestoe Pa- chaco, Juan B. Gallegos, all of Saguache, Colorado. Hubbart H, Abbott, Regtster. sap 18 oct 16 Notica for Publication Department of the Interior U, S. Land Office, Del Norte, Colo. Sept. 6, z919. Notice is hereby given that Harry J. Lane of Moffat, Colorado, who on Octo- ber 7, 1914, made homestead application No. o33o7, for W~/z SE/~,( section 3° and WJ/z NE/~ section 3L township 44 north, range io east, N. M. P, l~Jeridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year fi- nal proof t'o establish claim to the land above described before clerk of district court at Saguache, Colorado, on the 13th day of October 1919, Claimant names as witnesses Charles S. Coleman, John F. Johnson, J. Elzia John- ston, Chloe Hall all of Saguache, Colorado. ttubbard H. Abbott, Register, sep 11 oct 9 SUMMON8 State of Colorado, { SS ~in the County County of Saguache. ~ Court Alice M. Steiss, ] Plaintiff, I VS t Summons Ezra W. Steiss, i Defendant. j The People of the State of Colorado to W. Steiss, the defendant above nmned, Greeting: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above plaintiff, in the county court of Saguache ]county, state of Colorado, and plead to the i eomplaint therein within thirty days after ~the service hereof, if served within the state of Colorado; or, if served out of th£ ~state of Colorado, or by pubhcatmn, wtth- ]in fifty days after the service hereof, ex- clusive of the day of service, or said action :may be regularly set for trial the same as i though such appearance had been made land issue had bebn joined on such ceil't- plaint. The said action is brought by plaintiff to obtain a decree of divorce, dissolving the bonds of matrimcny now existing between plaintiff" and defendant, on the ground of cruelty, as Will more fully appear from the complaint in said action to which ref- erence here made and,a copy of which is hereto attached. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and to plead to the sai~ fingers and bump our own noses. A man who buys a Worth complaint as above required, the said When the Creutor made man He put plaintiff will apply to the court for the re- him in the capacity for going to the Hat thinks well of the store lief therein demanded• devil if he choose.And if you take away - --, , , I Given under nly hand and the seal of and everything m tt that inestimable privilege you do us " • said court, this 7th day of June, A. D.'I9I9 , , M.N. Jordan, great wrong. For nobody can be very Nothing IS tOO ~ood ~or our [ " Judge and Acting Clerk good unless also he is free and able toll ' , , S M.~True Atty for Plff be very bad, if he will, trade -- Nothing ~s better Freedom is essentially freedom to do~ I sap z~ oct 9 II than Worth Hats. [ wrong; freedom to do only right means Will Pay H!ghest Market Price inn°freed°m atall'--Dr" Frank Crane'l] ~~TheDesertNews. I ]~or Grain I= C R Jor~rensen ~ Will pay $3.25 fo~oats and $2.90 for There may be lazy people that are ll " " o I lbarley d~livered at my corral m Sa. I found about the.town. But what about i i • Saguache,Colo. |[guache. Willhandle hay, grain and I the farmer who will wash his auto nit- [ I • |[ ~eed. Call and see me. ' tiny down? ~~[ Mel P0wclls, THE SAGuAcHE HOTEL The Saguache Hotel under ~ts new management, is now m first dass running order. Every room has recently been paint.c d, the furniture overhauled and 5 varntshed..The kitchen clean and sanitary. . 5 " The Din~' g Room doors swing open at regular m hours and g~vcs the very best the market affords. • ~ The Tourists and the traveling public arc especially ~catered to. , Mrs. J. A. Thomason, Mng r H. 13. Means, Prop.. Sagasache, Colo. I I I IIlll IIII I Jill II I I lille Hupm°bile t Chandler, Cadillac,, Buick ,i i, i THE: FOUR LEADrRS THE RAINBOW AHTO. 130. B. J. D. ROSE, Manager IIII IIII = °akeur Don't risk your neck with brakes that won't hold. Our service de- partment will fit you out with new Hning at 1