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illl. ,iii ii i,i ill i i Ill I I I I I EARLY DAYS IN SAGUACHE Interesting Items Taken from the Files of The Crescent Thursday, Nov. 28, 1901 o. D. Brim. ]W~w. Ef~e Slane has just recieved a new Everett piano. Judge Holbrook is holding court in Walsenburg this week. C. A. Potts was over from Villa Grove last Saturday. G. W. Beckley went to Denver Tuesday to buy holiday goods. W. B. Walling of Crestone has spent several days in town this week. A central telephone office in Saguache is becoming anecessRy, and we believe that it will be soon established. W. A. McEntyre, of Parkville, was over to the county seat the first of the week calling on Mrs. McEntyre and the boy. We neglected last week to mention that Mrs. Lorinda Curtis was among the Saguache purchasers of a piano recently.. The county clerk on Monday issued a license for the marriage of Albert J. Butler and Myrtle M. Saylor, both of Crestone. W. J. King and Chas. N. Miller, of Villa Grove, came over to the county seat Saturday and attended Masonic Lodge Saturday evening. Mrs. O. O. Fellows of Hooper has been staying, with her sister Mrs. Guy Jewell for the pdst ten days. Miss Emma Nehls, a graduate of the Saguache county high school. began s term of school at Alder last week. Hank Braham was over from Vil!a Grove Monday after a load of turkeys for the Thanksgiving shooting matck. J. H. Williams, T. M. Alexander. Dan Howard and I~enry Gould went over to Villa Grove last evening to be ready for the shooting match today We expect that this crowd will get a good share of the meat. Among the country Masons who were in town to attend a meeting of the. lodge last Saturday we noticed S. W. Hodding andN. Ward, of the Upper Saguache,D. S. Jones, of Ca- mere, and J~ N. Coleman, of Lower Saguache. William and Ed Munro and Thos. H. Thompson expect to start for Chicago on Saturday to attend the national live stock association meet- ing, they being among the delegates elected by the Saguache Stock Growers association. County clerk elect J. W. Cook and wife of Crestone were in town last Thursday looking for a house to occupy about January 1st,, and we are told that they have rented the new house just complered by Mrs. E. G. Hazard on San Juan avenue. John E. Ashley, John W. Bolton and Thos. H. Thompson, of Bonanza, were .in attendance at a meeting of Olive Branch Masonic Lodge last Sat- urday night. John McKenzie and son arrived here from Victor Monday, and they are now doing some assessment work at Klondike camp on claims located by Mr McKenaie during the summer. Charley Timney came down from Bonanza last Friday and on Saturday he took back a Iced of grain purchas- ed of a Saguaehe ranchman. He reports that .there is more work going on now at the camp than at any time for years past. Thos. Noland and wife will leave for Chicago tomarrow, where Tom will attend the live stock convention as a delegate, while Mrs. Noland visits friends. .They will also visit with relatives at Kansas City on their way home and will probably be gone sev- eral weeks. John G. Huntington and Frank Ea- karts, who have been surveying for the past three weeks on Tuttle creek and at Klondike camp, for F. M. Woods and O. D. Bryan, came down Monda~ and left for their home at Victor Tuesday. They surveyed for patent 18 claims in these two camps. G. F. Stodghill, g~neral manager of the Salida Te|ephone-Telegraph Co., drove over from Bonanza Mon- day evening, While at Bonanza he put in a new phone and made some necessary changes in Me line at the Rawley mine. He also put the phone at the Crescent office in good con- di~ion ~vhile here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paterson, of Cotton Creek, accompanied by Mrs. R.A. Mooney, a sister of the son boys, who has been a residen~ of Telluride-for the past I2 years, were in town the first of the week. MrL Mooney is well known by' many of the old residents of Saguaehe, hut she has not visited the town before for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams an, tertained at an elegantly six course dinner the first of the week. In the center of tl~e table was THE SXGUKCHE CRESCENT IJ[ Jl I a large hunch of petunias. Those seated were Misses Lockett, Hope, and Lizzie Williams, Halcyon Ellis, Era Adair and Messrs. Luengen, Pit- tenger, Davidson, Roy Williams, J. R. and Alonzo Morgan. Ge~rude Simpson, who shot and killed her father in Creeds, was last week arrainged in the distr|ct court on an information filed by district attorney J. D. Pilcher. charging her with murder. The case has been set for trial on December 10th. At- torneys Charles Pierce of Dever, and C. A. Merriman, of Alamosa, have been retained to defend her. The S. C. H. S. class met with Jesse R. Morgan last week. The fol- lowing officers were elected for the month: Chas..Kollman, pres.,.Frank Means, sec., Arch Lockett, rustler. The class numbers 13, a regular class organization has been effected, meet- ing once each month. The house on the Haggles ranch, 7 miles west of town, owned by Sam Calvert, was entirely destroyed by fire last Thursday. The house was unoccupied and it is supposed to have caught from a camper's fire. We understand that it was insured in some Denver company for a small amount. B. J. Timney was over from Bon- anza a few days ago after two big loads of potatoes which he purchased from Michael Jordan. This camp is using a large quantity of produce, hay, grain, etc.. procured in this section of the valley, and if there were more such camps near Saguache the ranchmen would have a sale for all they raise without having to pat- ronize the railroads. Horace Means and wife started on their eastern trip last Saturday Mr. Means tok seven cars of cows to the Omaha market and from there they .will go to Chicago, where they will spend a week or ten days, taking in the live stock convention. They will then go to Washington and probably to New York and Boston, :returning by the way of Florida, New Orleans and Fort Worth. __ , j Since the birth of the automobile industry in the United States 640 different makes of passenger cars have been built and placed on the market. ,i # I I I I III tl III ii ill HOWMUCH D0 YOU KNOW?. - QUESTIONS --.~ I. Was Paul one of the twelv( apostles? 2. Name seven great rivers of the United States. 3. During whose administration was the Louisiana Purchase made? 4. What were the issues of the . J~ . ? last poht]cal cavap.a]gn%~ 5. Name a neg~S~dusic composer. 6. Who wrote ":Pilgrim's Pro- gress?" 7. Which causes the most deaths in this country, tuberculosis or heart~ disease? J 8. Has the Pacific ocean beenI crossed by aviators? I 9. Who is planning to open anI automobile factor~ in France? 10. What is a gale? 11. In what year was the smaller currency printed? 12. Are Amos and Andy of radio fame, negros? .- ANSWERS .,, I. No. 2. Hudson, Delaware, Potomac, Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Colum- bia. 3, Thomas Jefferson. 4. There were no outstanding is- sues. 5. Coleridge Taylor. 6. John Bunyan. 7. Heart disease. 8. No. 9. Henry Ford. '10. A strong, straight wind. 11. In 1929. 12. No. ~: ~ ~'~ BELIEVE IT OR NOT More Bargains Baby carriage, baby crib and mat, dining chairs, kitchen chairs, camp chairs and stoves, beds, mattresses and springs, oil and gas cookers, pres- sure cooker, fireless cooker, trumpet C. G. Conn cornet, hay forks, rakes, wagon, etc., at Ike's store on the cor- ner. ~ -.~ ~! ~! ]~ --FOR SALE--Wagon at the Sec- ond Hand Store. Make an offer. . i lll I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD ROADS We believe that now is the time for this government to build good roads. Our state has the organiz- ation and the machinery necessary to start at once on a road buildin~ program. Men everywhere are out of employment and when they borrow money, if they can borrow i~t at all, pay 8 per cent for it. The gov- e~nent can borrow all the money necessary at less than 3 per cent to finance a nation-wide road building program. Why isn't it better to borrow money at 3 per cent to bridge over the unemployment and pay it back when times are better? If war were declared in the morn- ing. by nightfall a billion dollars would be made availabe to kill and maim and wound men. The excuse would be that it is an emergency. Whether or not unemployment with winter coming on constitutes an emergency depends on whether one views the situation from the vantage point of snug comfort or whether he is called upon to turn his back upon a hungry family and face the win- ter's storm in the vain search of employment. TWO-MINUTE SERMONS THE LAST ENEMY The last enemy to be destroyed is death. Note that death is the enemy of man. Don't say again when death comes, "it is God's will." Death is contrary to God's will. It is the re- [ sult of the transgression of law, and[ the breaking of law is sin. "God[ does not desire that any should per-] ash." "Christ came that we mightI have life." God is the author of life, not death. He is the author of good, not evil. Why accuse God of that which your own soul abhors? Many a man is presenting from his pulpit a god whom the people can not intelligently and sincerely wor- ship. The god of the Bible is a god of love, of mercy, of compassion. He comes to us in the hour of be- reavement with comfort and hope. Eternal life is the promise that robs death of its sting and the grave of. its victory. Better Than Aspirin for Aches and Pains Scientist Perfects Remarkable Formula That Does Not De- press the Heart, Leaves Users Refreshed and Rested. Headaches, rheumatism, neuritis, and toothache, as well as the pains common to women need be dreaded no longer since the perfection of a remarkable formula which is now being prescribed by thousands of doctors, dentists and welfare nurses. Dootors report that this new for- mula, known as A-VOL, stops pain almost instantly and is absolutely safe and harmless. It contains no aspirin or acetanilid, and does not depress the heart or cause exces- sive perspiration. This is welcome news to the thousands who cannot safely take aspirin Within a few minutes after tak- 4rig A-VOL the pains vanish as though by magic. Instead of feel- ing. tired and worn out, users ex- perience a feeling of new life and freshness. To quickly prove to yourself that this is a truly remarkable formula, Just step into your nearest drug store and get a package of A-Vol for a few cents. Take "a couple of tablets right there. If your pain is not gone in five minutes the clerk will return your money. Shall I Give Them THIS Time? That is a question which every housewife ha/to answe~ three timm'a day, the question of providing the memben of he: family with weieW in thdr food. Thomandsofwomen new3paper rea&rs throughout tim United States have hamed that it is not such a diffi- cult question to answer. Thw let Ndlle Maxwell hdp thmn answer kl Who is Nellie Maxwell? Wh- she is one of the leading domestic ence experts in the countrF and t~'he Kkchen Cabinet" depamnent which she conducts is s regular feature in this new~paper. In it she gives recipes for all kinds of savory end dal/~oua foods that delight the pa/ate and ~& to the fibs. Read "The Kitchva Cabinet" in this issue, try some of the rat/pal and then tell your neighbor about them. Rmembet that she has to an- swer that three-times-a-day question just the same as ~ou do! All Gold Re Raspberries Packed in Heavy Syrup No. 2 Cans fi Rid ew,ay Sen 3 Cans_ I$1.0~ 6 Cans_ _$2.11 I All Gold Yellow [ Cling Peaches ! Packed in Heavy Syrup | No. 2~ Cans l 3 cans ...... 79c Ii Xm~ Candies llb Box .... 23c 2 Ibs ....... 45c ii Bolito Beans 5 lbs_ _49c 0 lbs .......97c J Schillings Coffee I Ib can .... 49c 2 Ib can .... 96c 4 lb can__$1.90 II I II I I Many other items at attractive prices FOR CASH I "A H0mc 0wncd 5t0rc" DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND MEN'S WORK CLOTH- ING, GROCERIES AND HARDWARE "CASH PRICES" "Phone No. 32" Sweet Corn No. 2 Size Can 3 cans ....... 35c 6 cans ....... 69c No. 1 Tall cans 3 cans ....... 44c 6 cans ....... 87c APPLES Rome Beauty Extra Fancy and Fancy Pack 1 Box ...... $2.31 [ L I I Crystal White Soap 0 bars .... 44c 20 bars .... 87c . Carnation Milk Tall Cans 3 cans .... 29c 6 cans .... 57c Chocolate Cherries In Cream 1 lb Box 49c TOMATOES I No. 2 Size Can " I "3 cans .... 3 -c I 6cansl---63c FLOUR 1 48 Ib sack ..... $1.39 2 48 Ib sacks___$2.77. JERSEY GLOVES Men's Size Knit Wrists I pair ...... 1 7c 2 pairs ..... 33e Saginaw Tip Matches 3Boxes -- 12c 6Boxes -- 23c I All Gold Pears I ked ~ _. _ Pac 'n Heavy Syrup Lard I Bartletts No. 2 size can 14 lb pail .... 73c I 3cans - - " 85c 181bpail .... $1.41 I 6cans --- $1.69 '~ I~ Pork and Beans I Grape Juice Van Camps ! ?oyal Purple I pint bottle 28c 3 cans .... 28c I. ~, " " 6 cans 55cI 2 pint bottles - 55c Driederu:es 'LI Assorted MediumSize ' I I 2 lbs .... 19c I I lib Box . 4 lbs.:_/37c II 89 cents . ~THURSDAY, .DEC. 4, 1~ IlJ "Eat and Enjoy It Ia Motto of This | In recent years we have had fact deluge of advice on our habits. "Eat and grow fat," one" school of diet experts. "I grow thin," urges another. Be is one expert who has no pa~ diet fad to exploit, and if she l particular motto to suggest it ably would be "Eat and enjoy She is Miss Nellie Maxwell, department, "The Kitchen Ca] is a regular feature in this new~ Thousands of women newspape~ ers throughout the United ~ta~ to Miss Maxwell's "Kitchen for receipes of every variety ~ cry dishes, which they know ml of their families will enjoy and which are not only palatal nourishing and offering the pro gredients of a well-balanced well. One reason why her recipes practical advice on household are so popular with them is l~ she understands so thoroughly problems and their resources. because she was born and re~ a rural community, and it was ! foundation of firs-hand pv knowledge of the life of a the farm and i~ the small tow~t she built her eo~ege education mestic science. Miss Maxwell is a native of ah, Was., where she still makeS home. After she was the Neenah high school she the University of Wisconsin as a liminary to teaching school for eral years. She followed this bY Ing a course in domestic science ~ receiving a diploma in economies at the Mflwauk, school, during which time she teaching household economics L~ ] waukee. For the next two years Miss well was engaged in domestic extension wo~k for the state rural colleges of Iowa and In that work she was called upoS give farmers' wives advice on plan their household work so could do it more easily and torily than it had been done and many a farm woman in those states have her to thank for much of the drudgery out of work. Then Miss Maxwell became turer and demonstrator at the ous farmers' institutes which in that state under the the University of Wisconsin. been a frequent contributor on hold subjects to the publication~ the university, and with her er she prepared the Woman'~ letin for Wisconsin farm wome~b thousand copies of which are uted annually. Such is the record of the who writes "The Kitchen for this newspaper. We feel that every woman reader will it much that will be helpful, for~ users of "Nellie Maxwell find that they have a common whenever women who pride yes on their cooking get and "Swap" ideas on what to the members of their families Goodyear Standard Pathfinder Why send out of town ferior tire when you are able at home at the same price best tire made? The Goodyear, all over the World. Read prices: 8OxS~ ............... $1~.01~ 29x440 ............... " B.00 30x450 .............. - 8.65 29x475 ............... ~.9~ 30x476 .............. 8.~5 L, W. GROSS, Saguache i Sells .the Best