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THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1930 J , i m i I SAGUACHi CI-{Es-CENT ] actual-- y cont::l does atte;.pt toI Only ]Paper publlshed in County Seat control a traffic independently of CHAS W OGDEN, Publisher the theory of the reservation of the j -- police power to the states. But the l Published every Thursday at Sa- guache, the county seat of Saguache county in the famous San Luis Val- ley of Colorado. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 A YEAR THE 8AGU&CIIE CRESCENT III II IN ADVANCE Entered at the Post Office at Saguaehe, Colorado, as second class mail matter Each of our subscribers will find the date to which his or her subscription Is paid, as shown by our books, print- ed on the paper or wrapper following the name of the subscriber. If there is an error in the date we would be pleased to have our attention called to the fact. The Crescent charges foe all Cards of Thanks, Memoriums, and all per- sonal wants which is advertising and not news to a~yone but the writer. C01~0BADO P I#~8,.~ f9 MEMBER ASSOCIATION exceptions prove the rule. The me- ing Sunday. ment that the Federal Government l Miss Elolse Bruno is spending this goes into the enforcing business of week with her sister, Mrs. A. L. matters concerning the soverignty of t Seip. the states, the states are no more Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Potts motored VILLA GROVE I Lucie Freedle took a trip hunt- ~ATIONAL ~DITOKIAL A$5OC|ATIO~ states but arbitrary and artificial units of a centralized Federal gov.! ernment. Mr. Hoover, tho an en- gineer, is smart enough to see this. His firm denial of any considerations looking toward the encroachment of the United States government upon the powers of the various states is timely and consistent, and is a" rec- ognition of the fundamental structure of our government. Until such time as the people of the United States change both the spirit and the letter of the Federal Constitution, the Gov- ernent must keep hands off of those functions rightly and constitutionally guaranteed to the States. One of the quickest ways to "save the Union" is to safeguard those rights that make the Union possible. MINERAL HOT SPRINGS Mrs. Riordan of Denver is visiting her son and family J. A. Riordan. to Saguache Monday on busines~ William Hiem drove to Canon City Monday with a load o~pal ~ps. Mr. Tooker of Creston~',~.'z~ts trans- acting business in town Tuesday. Lawrence Ports was on the sick list Tuesday and Wednesday. John Fullinwider and Frank Shutts of Cotopaxi, spent Thursday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Freedle and daughter motored to Gunnison Thurs- day for the weekend with relatives. Harry Hollmer spent Thanksgiv- ing with friends in Alamosa. Mrs. Clyde Tutle and two daugh- ters of Alder, were visiting friends in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ports and daughter, Charlotte, drove to Salida Friday. Mr. ad Mrs. John Cole and daugh- ters of Bonanza, stopped in town Saturday. John Shutts and son, John, drove Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Awalt and. to Monte Vista Saturday. daughters were dinner guests at the t Everett Hargrove and Paul Fisher F. A. Johnson home in Saguache spent Sunday ii~ the valley near i Thursday. I~ooper, Colo., looking at land. I Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Everson enter-I Wm. W. Smith and Sam Ashley. I tained at Thanksgiving dinner, Frank Jr., from the Klondyke mine near Stahl. B. Krauchlauer, Mr. and Mrs. THE POWER OF M. White and George Smith. Ernest Gustafson of Orient is THE STATES o.w Chevrolet sedan. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. White and Mrs. i J. A. Riordan spent Saturday in Sa- That a proposal to extend the lida having dental work done. I Miss Vonciel Awalt spent the power of the federal government to Saguache, passed thru town Monday on their way to Bonanza. Henry Meister returned to his home Tuesday from Alder, where be has been helping his brother Francis on the ranch. Hugh Slane and family we:.e Thanksgiving guests at the Frank Mishak home near Hooper, CuJo. Rachel remained for a few da:ys visit with her grandparents. Stockmen north of here moved a large herd of cattle to winter pasture below Moffat the first of this week. Miss Elena Turano is spending a few weeks at home st Poncha Springs, Colo. Waiter Madison is driving a new Ford car. Mrs. A. L. Seip is in Alamosa this week with her baby, who is quite sick. He is under the care of Dr. Dwyer. THE SIGNATURE Never, under any circumstances . sign a personal letter, "Mr," "Mrs," or "Miss." The proper signature for a married woman is "Mary Smith" and then underneath, or to the left in parenthesis ("Mrs. John Smith.") The only times when a lady signs her I name "Mrs." are these: In a hotel register, to a business telegram, to a servant in her own employ, or to an order letter, and then it must be "Mrs. John Smitlh." i The proper signature for an un- married woman is "Helen Jones" and ]when necessary put (Miss} in paren- thesis to the left. ] The proper signature for a man is enforce laws against gangsters, racketeering and other crimes does not have weight in government cir- cles was made clear by President I~oover in a recent formal statement. In the statement he said: "Such ac- tion would be a reflection on the soverignty and stamina of the states. Every single state has laws to cover such criminality. What we. need is a more wide-spread awakening to the failure of local governments to pro- tect their citizens from murder and corruption." President Hoover said exactly what Thomas Jefferson would have said under similar circumstances. He said what*John Marshall would have said, and what Abraham Lin- coln would have said. and also what Wm. McKinley, Woodr~ow Wilson and Grover Cleveland would have" said, It is not a political matter, it strike's ~.t the Constituion and of our Union of states. ~nder our system and form of government all enforcement of po- lice regulations or wh~t is known in law as police power is left to the stages, with certain outstanding ex- ceptions. Crimes and offenses against interstate busineps and all constitutional violations, concerning mails and other functions of the Federal government are necessarily , Thanksgiving vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Dilley at Del Norte. i Mrs. B: H. Moore of Orient, was i operated upon for appendicitis at the Red Cross hospital in Salida last Fri- day and is ~etting along nicely. I The small son of Mrs. Sophia Alcola of Cotton Creek, died "on Thursday morning and was buried m the Cotton Creek cemetery on Saturday. The bereaved mother has the symathy of the community. iMr. and Mrs. Joe A. Vigil of Orient, were saddened by the death of their five-months old baby boy on i Saturday. Interment was made in the Coton Creek cemetery. i Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Patrick and Betty Lou, came in Friday to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. J." Collins. I Mrs. /~rnest Gustafson and chil- dren speTnt the weekend at Orient with Mr. Gustafson. i Miss Vie Abernathy was called to her home in Montrose Sunday by the serious illness of her father. I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lovers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Peek and family arrived Sunday morning from Portales, New Mexico, to makertheir homes here. Mrs. Henry Elwood of Center, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Slater. l ]John ~qmith If he has a title, it can SHIPPERS be added underneath . .... [ Although whenever the titles Mr. Those in Saguache county who and Mrs. are used together, as name shipped cattle last week were: C. R. ' or address, Mr. comes first, the wife's Sanderson--46 steers, wt. 612 Ibs., name comes first as a signature. $8.60. L. C. Dappen~69 calves, wt, 452 lbs., $9.60; 42 heifers, w~ 446 lbs., 8.60; 9 cows, wt. 909 lbs., $6.00. and naturally within the scope of government administration.The Eighteenth Amendment is another example of the Federal Govern- ment's cognizance of police power enforcement. Thus, ~in cooperation with the states or with certain of the state, the Federal government does CHURCH SUPPERS "I'm like Ann Teek. I don't take any stock in these imaginary food sales, if some C]~urch society want any of my money, let them gi~e a PRINCESS Del Norte |1 I This FRIDAY sPECIAL .n Fanny Brice "Be Yourself" and "Soup to Nuts" Double Comedy Features THIS SATURDAY "Under Montana Skies" SUN.-MON., SPECIAL "Children of Pleasure" Lawrence Gray-Benny Rubin and ethers TUES.-WED., NEXT Richard Arlen in "The Santa Fe Trail" THURS.-FRI., NEXT "The Virtuous Sin" with Kay Francis GRANADA real old-fashioned, honest-to-good- ness church supper, without any ira. agination about it. I'm willing to bet a dollar to every one of Ann Teek's doughnuts that there will be a couple of hundred or so other men who feel as I do and come across with the snondulicks to pay for it. "When I was beauing Ann Teek around in the old days, we had church suppers at least once a tnonth. And ~8Y! It makes my mouth water to think of them. Fried chicken, mash- ed potatoes, baked beans, cold slaw, coffee, doughnuts, apple pie. Every woman in the church was a Jim ~andy cook and she did her prettiest for the church supper. And it never cost over fifteen cents apiece either That's why we could beau girls around to them regular. We didn't have so much to spend on them in those days. And with everything donated they used to make quite a bit of money at that. "Maybb it isn't good financeering. But that isn't everything. It was mighty good eating and sociable, as Ann says. Efficiency isn't everything and the old days can teach the new ag~ something after all." When a man gets to a point where he refuses to accept responsibility he has reached the end of his possibili- tie& There is no more development for him. Man develops only as he meets and copes with responsibility and prepares himself for more weighty responsibility. Monte Vista II i This THURS.-FRIDAY Eve}yn Brant in P~x Beach,s "The Silver Horde" THIS SATURDAY Bob Steele,s Western I"The Oklahoma Cyclone" suNi:M Ann Harding-Mary Astor-Ed- ward Everett Horton in HOLIDAY' TUES..WED., NEXT Kay Francis in "The Virtuous Sin" THURS.-FRI., NEXT Richard Dix Special n n B NANZA (Last Week.) Ralph Gray spent several days in Alamosa last week. Sam Hayes and son Nathan. who have been employed near Saguache, returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ashley were Villa Grove callers Me:day. I B. Jy~q~inlney is loading a car ef ore at Villa Grove for Bennett and Cole. J Mr. Adams and Mr. Wiggins of Salida, were here on business Mon- day. So stormy nearly everyone stayed home this week. Tom Mahoney braved the snow and cold and drove to Saguache one day this week. (This week.} Galen Thurman came over from Telluride to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with his fam(ly. Elda Jillison of Gunnison, has been spending the last week visiting friends here. Dan Mahoney returned home from Tellurtde last week. I Roy Jellison, Franklin Mahoney, Joe Graves and Charle~ Viers of Gilman, spent the weekend iu Bonan- za. ! Mrs. John Cole receh, e l an an- nouncement of the arrival of twin girls at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gardner of Victor. ;the young ladies arrived Nov. 21, 1930, and were 'named Coral Etheline and Phillis Colleen. Mrs. Cole a~d ~Irs. Gardner are sisters and ML ar, d Mrs. Gardner are former residents of Bonanza. A number from here attended the dance in Alder Saturday n';ght. A. E. Currence and family spent Thanksgivnig in Salida. Mrs. Bessie Schroeder ,,ntertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cuenin and Mrs. N. E. Buck to a delightful turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wirmk and children of La Jars, and Mrs. John Christy and son Bob of Alamosa, were visitors at the E. A. Van Win- kle home Sunday. Robert Kenney and Eli Wedding- ton were business callerz in Saguache one day last week. r Sam Ashley, Jr., and Bill Smith were over from the Klondik; Mon. day afternoon. Clyde Tuttle of Aider, ~as trans- Mr. and Mrs. Juan Chavez enter- tained relatives and friends Sunday. ,acting business here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scannel! and children were down frdm the Raw- ley calling on friend~ Sunday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. John Christy and children entertained some 25 guests at their lovely home in Alamos'a, Thanksgiving Day, with turkey and all the fixin's. Those zttendiug from here were: Mr. and M-~. E A. Van Winkle and daughters, Edith and Helen. Ed Ashley and daughter, Jane, and Misses Elinor and Laura Mac- Kenzie, attended the Thanksgiving dance in Saguaehe. Talking to a man yesterday who bragged on the fact that he had corn bread for dinner. Corn bread, which used to be an item of the simple life. has come to be regarded as a deli- cacy. The menus have all been so filled up with nick nacks that a sim- ple dish now and then is doubly ap- preciated. ] I ill I m i I i ii I in I Hard times has its Those l One science and blessings. thing machinery of us who can't afford grapefruit has not been able to do and that is Idon't get juice squirted in the to produce a cake in a bake shop its eye. t that approaches the home variety. I THE EINTER ELEVATOR FLOUR -- FEED -- SALT Laying Hens need the right feed Producer Lay Mash is right. Let us know your needs we have the seed. i Comer U, ta ue, Manager CENTER, COLORADO Oifice Phone 36 I At The Sa u ache T heatre --'T-- SatuMay and Sunday Evenings BIG FEATURE The Grip of the Yukon COMEDY AND NEWS ================================================== We Invite You To The Economy Market When in Monte Vista, A special invita.tion is exten:led to patrons of stores to call and in- spect our MARKET. You will always find spciaI prices on fresh young ht Beef, Lambs, Dressed Chickens, also Fresh Fish and nice young Pork. EARL ANGUS, Prop. Ac~oss From The City Hall Monte Vista, - . Colorado Discriminatin Buyers Use 6oodycar Tircs...Ask Them Why Quality Service 1930's Quality Bargains Sa uache, Colorado [, W, Gross, Garage Phone 124W for Quick Service