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I I IIIIIII I I II ~ . SAGUACHE CRESCENT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918 BUSINESS LOCALS Read the Crescent for $2 a year. No hunting or trespassing allowed on my premises. Carl Marold. H. Winer buys and sells second hand articles. Phone 102. Only 4 lots left in Hammond's addi- tion, ask L. P. Hammond for price. Oct 3tf Blackleg serum at 40c a dose, at Ful- er Drug Co., Monte Vista, Colo. For Sale--Three yearling shorthorn bobs, two of which are registered. Write or phonec W. E. Rominger, 8aguache, Colo. Nov 14-21 Lost--Nov. ], on Main st, Saguache, nickel screw cap to gas tank of auto. Finder please bring to this office and receive reward. Nov 7 Do it NOW. Don't procrastinate. Call Saguache Co. Lbr. Co. and have that repair work done RIGHT away. For Sale 3 shoats weighing 901bs. each. E. C. Clark. Oct 2t Charter NO. 9997 Reserve District No. 10 gep0rt 0f Condition of rue First National Bank at Ssguacbe, in the State el Colorado. at the Close of Business cn Nov. I, 1918 RESOURCES 1 a Lobns and Discounts, including rediscounta, (except those sho~n in b and c) ......................................................... $ 272,117 93 Total loans ........................................................ 27~,1.H 93 2, Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, . ............................ $ 197 15 197 15 5 U S. Bonds: (other than Liberty Bonds, but including U.S. certificate of indebtedness): .................... ,. ~ .......... ................ a U. 13. bo~ds deposited to secure circulation (par value) ............. $ 15,O00 g Premium (m U. 13. Bonds ..................... : ...................... " 15 CO0 6 Liberty Loan Bonds ............................................... a Liberty Loan B.nds, 3%, 4 and 4!.i per cent, unpletged ............. 100 b Liberty loan bonds, 3, 4 and 4}~ per cent, pledged to secure U. aS. deposits ...................................................... 19 frO() e Payments actually made on Liberty 4~ per coat bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan owned ........................................... .... 10 100 Bonds, securities, etc.: (other thau U. S.J: e Securities other than U. S, bonds (not including stocks) owned on- pledged ............................................................... $ 2.571 73 Total bonds, securities, etc, other than U. 13 ...................... 2 571 73 9 13took of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) ........ 2,7O0 It) a Value of banking house owned and unincumbered .................. $ 6,813 83 b Equity in banking house ............................................. 6,813 83 11 Furniture and fixtures .................................................. 5 ~ 39 13 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bat.k ........................... 16,083 69 15 Cash in vault and net emounta due from national banks ............. 85 477 19 18 Cheeks on other banks in the came city or towu as reporting bank (other than Item 17) ................................................. 8 65 Total of 1terns 1L 15, 16, 17 and 18 .............................. $ 85,485 8~ 19 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting ba~k and other cash items ............................................. 2t 89 20 Redemption fund with U. 13. Treasurer and due from U. 13. Treasurer 750 22 War Savi~g Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned ............ I 429 45 Total ................................. ," ............................ LIABILITIES 24 Capital stock paid in ................................................... $ 00,O00 25 13urplus feud ............................................................ 30,O00 26 a Undivided profits ........................................ $15,754 89 " b hess current expanses, interest and taxes paid ........... 6,148 18 9 606 71 a0 Circulating notes outstanding .......................................... 15,O00 Demand deposits (other than back deposits} subject to reserve (deposits payable within 30 days:) $ 418 971 90 One of Uncle Joe's-Uncle Joe Can- non tells of a conversation overheard in his home town in Illinois. "Was the wedding a success?" "Yes, in most particulars, but some of the guests thought the bride's mother did a lot more crying than was neces- sary. You see the young people are to make their home with her, so she real- ly is't losing her daughter." "Maybe that was what she was cry- ing about. "--Pittsburg Chronicle. New Name, Old Disease-Two girls were quarreling. "Oh," said one, "I'm sick of you! I believe you can't help it the. You've got a chauffeur's tongue." "What?" cried the other gill, scared. "Is it catching,holy does one get it?" "Oh," said the other pointedly, "through constantly running people down. "-- Pittsburg Chronicle. Read every page of the Crescent. NotiCe for Publication Department of the Interior. U. S. L~ad Office at DoI Naris, Colo. Nov. 6, 19i8. Notice is hereby given that George D. 8hntts of Mofiat, Colorado. who on tdeptem~,er 11, 19IL made homvstosd spvlicatiou No. 0'2649 for NW~4 SE~4 and K~A SW~ end I~W~ ~tW~4, section 17, township it N, range II E,N M P Meridian, has TO,malts; that motor wldrl When you put your foot on the starter--Power is what'swanted. Put a Columbia Storage Battery in your car and you can press the button with the feeling that there's go!ng to be something The Columbia is a powerful battery. It will stand operating conditions that wreck others. Its plates of hexagonal con- struction like a honeycomb, are self reinforcing, and balk against buckling. For Sale--12 head Ramboillet bucks, 3 and 4 years at the old Alex Harenc pbce. Call or address John Fultz, Sa- guache, Colo. Nnv 1/,-21 For Sale-:Registered Hampsh i r e rams from imported sire. Grain fed, robust and ready for service. Corres- pondence solicited. A. W. Rucker, Mt, Morrison, Colo. Nov 3-21 Blackleg serum at 40c a dose at Ful- ler Drug Co., Monte Vista. Colo. Read every page of the Crescent. For Sale--Two mares, 9 and 6 years old, weight about 1600 ibs; 2 colts, 2 years; 2 colts, 1 year old. Address Mrs. Julia Driscoll, Villa Grove, Colo. For Sale-210~ good Ramboilette na- tive yearlings, 7-pound shearers. River Ranch Co., Monte Vista, Colo. Sop 19 Blackleg serum at 40c a dose at Ful ler Drug Co., Monte Vista, Colo. Eews on every page of the Crescent. Number please? I meant the Saguache Co. Lbr. Co. 63 Who did you say built that beautiful little bungalow for Ray Ellis? Bill i Briggs. Winter is .coming as sure as fate. Let us sell you a Can't Sag Gate. It will keep your stock within the pale. And thereby save you a heap o' kale. Saguache Co. Lbr. Co. Auto Storage Rates The rates at the l~cMillon garage for the evening is 25c, all night 50c and $5 per month. Bring in your batteries and have them charged by an exper- ienced electrician. Will Buy Hides Cow hides and Sheep pelts, Highest cash market price paid in the county at M. Powells' corral. Read every page~in the Crescent Piano at a Sacrifke We have stored st Saguache a piano of excellent quality, which if taken at once, will be sold at a sacrifice. Terms to responsible party. If interested write quick for particulars to Denver Music Co.mpany, Denver, Colo. Oct 24 Nov 28 Methodist Church Preaching service at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 Ix m. Sunday school at the usual hour. A full, attendance is es- pecially desired Roy. Henderson, Pastor. Oldboy--"what's become of the old- fashioned girl who used to say, 'Ask Father2' " Newguy-"She now has a daughter who says, 'Give it more gas, George; the old man is gaining on us.'" --The Lamb. Must Pay Up On account of waving a!l objections and making my application for a posi- tion with U. B. forces and expect to be called any day, I wish all owing the M:Milion Auto Co. to call at once and settle their accounts. If I do not hear from you personally, will draw on you Monday, Nov. llth. God, McMillon, t 34 Individual deposfts sob]oct to check .................................... 85 Certificates of deposit due in less than $9 da},s (other than for money borrowed) .......................................................... Total of demand deposits (other tban bank d~posits) subject to Ro~erve, Items 3l, 35, 36, 37, 35, ~9 40 and 41 ................. $ 2=~2,312 74 Time deposits subject to reserve (pa~able after 30 days, or subject to 80 days or more notice: end postal savings) #,2 Cnrtificates of deposit (other tbsn for money borrowed) .............. 42 052 45 TotaFof time deposits sub~ect to Reserve, Items 42, 4~ 44 and 45 42 052 4,5 50 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank, including all obligations representing money borrowed, other than rediscounts 40,000 Total ................................................................. $ 418,971 90 STATE OF COIX)RADO, COUNTY OF 13AGUACHE, SS: # I, Dallas Stubbs, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state- ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Dallas Stubbe, Cashier. 13ubscribed and sworn to before me this 11th CORa~T--Attest: day of Nov., 1918. Horace R. Meacs Wilson P. Williams, Orlaud P. Shippey [SEAL] Notary Public. Ralph W. Shallabargec My Commission Expires June 4, 19"~. Director*. VOLUNTEERS O]~ SAGUACHE COUNTY John Mishak Tom Michaud J.H. Williams Jr. Clyde Solomon Cliff Solomon Jas W Dille~ Jr Anastacio Gar~ia James Coehran L~gan Zoner Brice Mack Oriay Soils Bernie Huneaker John Batch Emerson W Donaldson John F Rominger John John Jordan Herman Kestle Chas Reed huts 8amora Chas. Hoilmer Elemio Oallegoe Carl Johnson John M Deitrich Bobt b Eeitrich Robley E Deitrich Ernest Bowden Herman Westlund Chas Baker Ernest Tisdale John Henry Banker Roy Curtis Ernest Siena Tom Fnliertou James B Be~tis [:ermm Ateneio Tinders Qaintana Dor btencio H. A. Roberts Anyone knowing the names of o~;hers who enhsted please report same to this office so we may have a complete list for Saguache county CENTE~ Mrs. W, D. Manning and mother Mrs. J. A. Miller, left for Mineral Wells, Texas, last week. Chas. Durr and family are all down with the influenza. Ernest Phill ps is down with the flu. A fine baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Billingsby Friday. Mrs. W. D. Stewart and baby arriv- Oscar Marriet was down from Del Norte Saturday on business. Paul McCormick and wife are re- covering from the influenza. C. E. Haire returned from Iola, Kan- sas, last week. Ruse That Failed-- The called-up one volubly explained that there was no need in his case for a medical examina- tion. "I'm fit and I want to fight. I want to go over in the first boat, I want to ed Tuesday from Cheyenne to join her go flute the front trenches, but I want husband here. to bave a hospital close, so that if I get Miss Dedoma Morris accepted a posi- tion in the Thrift Merc. store. Miss Black of Alamosa. visited over Sunday with the R. H. Buckley family. Several families took their dinners and went into the mountains Sunday. hit no time will be wasted in taking me where I can get mended right away, so that I can get back to fighting without losing a minute. Pass me in, doctor. Don't waste any time on me. I want to fight and keep fighting." The doctor, however, insisted and THE RAINBOW AUTO COMPANY Three Doors South of First National Bank 188 93t 74 filed notice of intention t,, make five year final proof t~ e~tablish claim to the land above do- 33 878 scribed before clerk of the district oourt at Sa- guaehe. Colorado,on the 16thdal i918. Claimant names es witnesses: Nick O. Coh of MoffaG Colorado, Charles Tabor of M[ffat, Colorado, Arthur J. Cartwright of Moffat. Colo- rado, Flank 13. Tooker of Cr~stone, Colorado. Hubbard H. Abbott, Register. Nov li Dee 12 Notice of Adjustment Day Estate of Edward 8tram deceased. All persons having chime againgt said estate are hereby notitled to present them for adjust- meat to the County Court of Saguaehe county, Colorado, on the 9th day of December, A. D. 1918. Win. lIegan, EXecutor. Palmer & True Attye for Exe. Nov P. Dee 5 But we don't expect you ~o abuse a Columbia just because it is an exceptionally good bat- tery. Wc expect you to let us help you keep it in A1 condition all the time. '~ The HcHillon 6aratc Satuache, Colo, BANK STATEMENT No. 107. Official Statement of The Financial Condition ~f The Saguache County Bank At Saguache, State of Colorado, at the close of business on the 1st day of November, 1918. RESOURCES. l.~au~ and dieeolmts secured by col- .... lateral .............................. 100 53i 82 hoatm on raal estate .................... 80 445 05 Overdrafts ............................. United State~ bonds .................... 9 620 00 Other Bonds and Securities ............. Furniture and Fixtures ................ 4 8 tl 70 Banking House ......................... 5 400 00 Due from Banks (not reserve banks).., 10 2~1 82 Cash items(not including nhseka on ... other banks) ...................... Due from amerce Banks ................ 106 052 88 Cash on ha~d ........................... 12 361 76 Other resources war eavings stamps ..... 1 588 52 Total ..................................... 8~ 599 78 LIABlhrrlE8 Capital etouk .......................... 30 0O0 O0 Surplus fund ............................. 50 0O0 00 Undivided profits, (lees expense ........ and taxes paid~ ................. 5 976 89 Bill paable ............................ 30 ~ 00 Individual deposits .................... 172 5,57 47 Demand cartafioatse of deposit ......... $ 417 59 Time cartificetes of deposit ............. 106 ~17 88 Total ..................................... 898 599 78 Baste of Colorado, l 88 County of 8aBanche. ) We, E. G. Gotthelf President and Win. F. Boyd, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement ie true E. G. Gottheif, President. Wm. i~, Boyd, Cashier. [&ttestJ E. O. Ootthelf, Chas Tarbell, Win. F. Boyd. Bubscrtbl[d and sworn to before me this 9th E EUREKA HOTEL | Phone 44 " THE HOME OF THE TI~AYELEI~ / Free Baths to its Patrons Large, Well Furnished Rooms " Hot and Cold Water Lighted With Gas Long Distance Telephone $- NO BETTER SERVICE TO BE 'HAD IN THE CITY ~. . A. BREWER. Proprietor Colo., San Luis Valley distribut- ing depot. Literature and local users recommendation13, Write to r t~m, doingTQuick.