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November 20, 1930     The Saguache Crescent
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THE SXGUXCHE CRF...~EN~ THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1930 ; t i, [ [ [[ t t[ t tq ii ,i, i i iii Jl PALMER & TARBELL LAWYERS SAGUACHE, COLORADO W. F. BOYD Notary Public Saguache County Bank ,w ~mw I W H CUTLER ARTiSTiC PAINTING ii~ AND DECORATING :i: Phone 79. i~ The Saguache County Abstract and Investment Company ESTABLIHED SINCE 1893 CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000 Abstract of Title /co mining, town or acreage property promptly furnished. Real Estate Fire Insurance OFFICERS: W. M. SLANE, Secy. and Mgr. CRESCENT TOPICS No, the country will not go to pieces all because the Democrats made some gains in the Congressional elections. In fact, it wouldn't have been all done for had things been the opposite. ---a-- A period of unrest usually comes when too many men are getting a rest. ~O~ Somewhere in the good old South some farmers recently got together and organized an "Everything's All Right" club. Probably for no other reason than to offset the influence of the "Everything's All Wet associa- tion. ~0~ After all, fame doesn't amount to much. The backbone of the nation consists of people who never gdt their names in anything but the home news- paper. Don't say business is rotten. Peo- ple may not want to come into your place on account of the odr. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION The regular Teachers examina- tion will be held in my office at Satuache SHOE SHOP Boot and Shoe Repairing ---o--- Special Attention to Out of Town Orders. BIRT CLARE, Mgr. Saguache, Colo. I 37 Private Baths. Homo Like and Quiet. Try Us and You Will Come Again. H. E. OWEN, Prop. Tabor 9289 HOLDEN HOTEL 1821 California Street Rates SLO0 to $2.S0. Special Rates by Week. DENVER. COLORADO _ = _ _ =_ - _ -_ SUGARBOWL A Splendid Noon Hour Meal Served. LUNCHES OF ALL KINDS ICE CREAM AND CANDY Fresh Assorted Nuts for Party Orders Our Electric Paraphernalia is all set. We are ready to as,re your wants. _ -__-- ~-_- d CAFE SERVICE And Regular Meals Modern and Up-to Date Rooms Private Booths for~ Ladles, Gentlemen and Families SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION 11, 12 and 13, 1930. Applicant for Third Grade Cer.. tificates will be examined in the following subjects: Spelling, reading, writing, arith- metic, grammar, and composition, geography, history, and constitution of the United States and constitu- tion of the state of Colorado, Civ- ics, Sanitation and Hygiene, Lie- reentry Science and Agriculture, School law of Colorado, School man- agement and State Reading Circle Course. Applicants for Second Grade Cer- tificates will be examined in the fol- Iowing subjects: Physical and Com- mercial Geography, especially of Colorado, American Literature, His- tory of Colorado, Current Events and all subjects prescribed for examina- tion of applicants for third grade certificates. Applicants for First Grade Cer- tificates will be examined in the fol- lowing subjects: English Literature, Algebra or Geometry, Physics or Chemistry, General History, Educa- tional Psychology and all subjects prescribed for examination of sec- ond and third grade certificates. The following aditional require- ments will be exacted from all ap- picants: They @nust be graduates of a four- year senior high school course or its equivalent of work; they must have in addition at least twenty-five quarter hours of advanced college work. All applicants must bring with them the verification of the above requirements. Paper, pen and ink will be fur- nished. GEORGE E. BURCH, County Superintendent. Nov. 20-27-Dec. 4. THE GROSS GARAGE Is well equipped to take care of your winter needs. Your winter oils and grease 'are just as neces- sary as your winter clothes Sa ache HotelforS" A. E. 20--Mobile Artieyour motor. C. W. Cold Weather Gear Grease for your gears. Prestone I. V. O. Alcohol for your radiators. [] D pendabil ty Large stock of Weed e 1 chains to make driving t safe in snowy weather. ,=~mD r If your car has run 20 11 knoW:tt:t fi:eliy:gu:f:e:~tYso~ r 30 thusand miles and is getting noisy, pumps row ,there is one whom you can oil, has no power, using too assume depend upon to com- plete charge of all funeral ar- rangements. Experience, mod~rn equip- ment and close personal atten- tion to every detail insfire the kind of service that you can de- pend upon. FULL LINE OF FUNERAL SUPPLIES Motor Hearse Equipment S. W. TRUITT Saguaehee, Cole. p ........ q much gas, come in and let us recondition your cylin- ders with the new Strom- berg machine, fit it up With new pistons and rings. This job you will like and it will make your motor new again. The L. W. Gross Garage Saguache, - - Colorado WANT ADS All kinds of nice, fat turkeys. In- quire of Mrs. Skates, phone 82F21. Nov. 13-tf. --FOR SALE---Wagon at the Sec- ond Hand Store. Make an offer. For Sale 5-Room house, good location, pric- ed right. Enquire Crescent. Aug. 28-tf FOR SALE~I phonograph, 1 wash bench and wringer, reasonable. Mrs. U. S. Read. Nov. 20-tf. FOR SALEmSecond hand lumber, pipe and building material of all kinds. Also new and second hand tools, belting, bolts, screws, nails, electrical supplies, office fixtures, stoves, beds, 1 pool table, 1 washing machine, and others too numerous to mention. May be seen at the Rawley mine, Bonanza, Colo. Nov. 20-tf. Shall I Give Them THIS Time? That is a question which every housewife hu to amwet three times a day, the question of providing the members of her family with variety in thdr food. Thousands of women newspaper readers throughout the Un/ted States have learned that it is not such a diffi- cult question m amw~. They let Nellie Maxwell help them answe~ itl Who is Nellie Maxwell? Why, she k one of the leading domeKic ~i- ence ex~rl~ m the muntry and '~e Kitchen Cabinet" department which abe conducts i= regular feature in this newspaper. In it she givu tee/pea for all kin~ of savory end ddiaons foods that delight the palate and ~/