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December 4, 1930     The Saguache Crescent
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,THURSDAY, IDEC. 4, 1930 FOR Vanity Sets L Bridge Sets A Dress Gloves Crumb Trays D Bath Salt Sets Driviag Gloves I House Slippers Shoe Tree Sets E Handkerchief Sets Nellie Don Dresses S Fancy Slipper Horns 8AQUAOB3B ORgS01~Jr ....... i MO AT DO YOUR Mrs. Geo. Barrier entertained at Christmas a turkey dinner Thanksgiving Day. Shoppi Those who attended were Mr and ng Mrs. C. E. Bradley and children of ly Hooper; Mrs. W. E. Barrier and son, Ear Nelus Barrier. Our holiday goods are ar- riving, and we will show the most complete line that we have ever shown. FOR M E N Ties Caps Shirts Gloves Scarfs Slippers Bill Folds Ash Trays Bath Robes Table Lighters Scarfs and Tie Sets SHERMAN'S The Road to Economy and Wisdom in Buying Leads to Our Store The discriminating buyer knows that we carry the best quality goods at the lowest prices. Sa tuache 6r0ceryand Market That's ~ck's Place--Phone I04 Saguache, - - Colorado I lllnl Coal Coal Coal RustyProduces Lasts More Longer Heat Crested Butte Lump About 40 young people enjoyed a skating party at the B. J. Werner home last Sunday afternoon. Elvira Morgan is carrying he~-'~][ a sling as the result of a fPactured elbow, received when she fell on the ice. The T. J. Roetker family of Hooper. attended the Box Social and Bazaar Saturday night. George and Orville Barrier return- ed home Friday from Walsenburg, where they have been the last few weeks. Dorine Werner of Saguache, ~was a weekend guest of the B. J. Wer- nell. Orville Morris, who is teaching High school at Sanford, was a guest of the C. E. Morris' over the week- end. Otto Roetker and family and Mrs. T. C. Roetker spent Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Orville Williams and ' children of Crestone. The play, "Two Days to Marry," i which proved so popular, will be given next Friday night in Saguache. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller of Alder, are moving this week to the home they recently purchased here. Helen Adamson of Saguache, snent the weekend with her sister,. Mrs. Ray Bradley and family. ' The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. B: J. Werner, Thursday, Dec. 4. ' A nice sum was realized from the Box Supper, which will be used for a Christmas tree. The bazaar was well patronized too, very few things were left over. The Burrough Martin family have moved to the rooms back of the post- office. CHRISTMAS CARDS ARE READY NOW Now is the time to make your se- lection of Christmas cards while the line is full and the selection unbrok- en. Our lines are from the foremost Christmas card houses in the coun- try, houses that employ their own artists and are thus assured exclusive designs. Christmas cards are growing in favor each year. More of them will be used this year than were used last year. The Christmas cards a few years ago were more or less plain and offer- ed no selection or variety. They were much the same. Today manufacturers have called in the best artist~ and writers of the day and Christmas cards purchased for a small sum each, to carry the sentiments of tl~e season in a beauti- ful way. LA JARA'S ONLY HOTEL IS BURNED WITH $15,000 LOSS The Seyfer hotel La Jara's only hostelry, burned to the ground Sun- day with an estima%'J lo~s of $15000. The origin of the blaze was not de- termined. Most of the contents of the buH~- ivg were saved by volunteer fi.e fighters, The work of the firemen was hindered by the bursting of the hose on their chemlc~l apparatus, The hotel was erected in 1900. for best steam coal Always ready to fill your order I CRESTONE Mr. John Mayer has been quite ill and has been staying at his son Noah's home, but is able to return to his home the last few days. Herman I~inderson died Sunday of pneumonia and was buried Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Keys enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mayer. Ralph F~nhem and wife of Hooper, spent Sungay with his mother, Mrs. Lucy Farnham. Horace Means, wife and little daughter, Lois Arleen, spent Thanks- giving Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Strader. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hall and daugh- ter, Dorothy, of Center, spent several days visiting relatives in Crestone. George Burch visited the Crestone school last ~week. Stanley Fisher spent Thanksgiv- ing vacation with his father in Ala- mosa. Arthur Right moved his family to the gas well last week. The school children are working on their Christmas play. Mrs. Byron entertained the pat- rons of her school Saturday evening. Delicious refreshments were served to about thirty people. All reported a very pleasant evening. MIRAGE COMMUNITY ENJOYS PROGRAM (By Sarah Bailey) The Mirage community spent a very enjoyable evening, November 26, when they attended the program and pie supper which Miss Tooker and Miss Sarah Bailey, teachers supervised at the Mirage school. The program consisted of the fol- lowing: Song--"Harvest Time" .......... ................. Upper Grades Comedy~"Poor Teacher" ........ ............... Primary Grades Song~"The Star" .Primary Grades Play--"Scenes From Pilgrim Life". ................ Upper Grades Poer~--"Thanksgiving Diary" .... ............ Clarence Peterson Comedy--"The Cripples" ......... ............... Primary Grades Song--"We Need You" . ......... ................. Upper Grades Play~"First Thanksgiving" ...... ................ Primary Grades Drill--"Harvest Time" . .......... ................. Upper Grades Poem~"Setting Hen" ........... ................ Ruth Davldson Play--"Aunt Susan Changes Her Mind" .......... Upper Grades Song~"Over the Rivere" ................ Upper" Glades A sum of $33.50 was taken in on the pies, which amount the teachers are planning to spend for library books. KIWANIS CLUB This Thursday night at the usual hour, and Bob says we can't miss it, Jim Curtis will give us a spiel on "What I Learned at the Denver Cat- tle Yards," and Bill Hammond will talk on 'Cornerstones." Now, listen members, Bill will not talk on tomb- stones, he will erect a foundation for us Kiwanis to build on for a success- ful future. These boys have sub- jects which will be quite interesting. Don't miss the meeting. e "1 LOVE YOU"~IN 28 WAYS Embers of the fire were still L W GROSS smouldering whentheciti.,ensofthe There isn'talonguageunderthe town began making ~lans for 'h~. sun that hasn't the phrase "I love ~t|~f~ ~ construction of a new modern hotoL Sag che C you,, or its equivalent. The same ua , .,.,v. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF Iwrds in other languages than Eng- - ~ I COPARTNERSHIP [!ish follow (save them for possible ~- future refer'ence) : idaY S~CC'" 'S The copartnership heretofore ex-, Italian--"Vi amo." Ho-- l isting between the undersigned, un-[ French--"Je t'aime." ' der the name of PALMER & TAR-" Greek~"Sas Aghapo." BELL, has been dissolved by the re- cess will be continued by Robert Polish~"Kocham cie." tirement of Mr. Palmer. The busi- Arabian "Bahabbek." R. Tarbell. All unfinishe~i Business Dutch~"Ik Bemin U.'" will be attended to by Mr. Tarbell. E.vDtian~"N'achqeb." ' ' -- tedACCUnt~with him.dUe the firm may be set- Yiddiseh--" Ich lJeb dir." U N P A C K I N G 19~S~aguache'~o Colorado, December 1, Spanish~" Te Qu!cr~,." Rumainian~"Ve Iubesc." " For Th Mn .1014~ ~. PALMER. Chinese--" Ono N~rai Ni." e e ROBEI~T R. TARBELL. German~" Ich llebe dich." Dee. 4-tf. " I-rebrew~"Ani ohev osgch." Portuguese~"Eu Vos Amo." Beautiful Tie~ BABY BURNED TO A CRISP Russian~"Ia .Vas Lioubliou." Fancy Sus1~ndcrs Danish~"Jeg hCder ~f dem." Silk Socks For The Ladies Handkerchiefs Beautiful Silk Underwear and a 1000 Special Features At JORGENSEN'S SAGUACHE, COLORADO Mrs. J. Fred Meyers.livin~ near Sioux City. Iowa, wrapped her 5 months old baby in a blanket, put her in the oven of the kitchen stove to keen warm, and went out into the yard to gather fuel. When half a~ hour later she returneJ tho fire in the stove had blazed u~ and :he ro~m was filled with smoka. Rushing" to t~.e oven she found ~he blar, ket and the clothes in fiame~ The baby was d~.ad and its arms and ~egs were burned to a cri~p. Firpo, Argentine boxes, spent $300 talking from Buenos Aires to New York. The world would be better off if some people bad to pay for their talk without any telephone. Malay~"Dikasi Ul~h Hamba." Hunzarian~"En Oni .~zeretem." Swedlsh~"Jag T~ecker om Eder." Armenian~"Yes Kee Seere/n Kez" Turkish Ben Senee Sevseyo- room" Annamite~"Toi Thu'o'ng be Lain." Hindu~"Maia .Tyro Ropijar Ka-' ryn." Hawaiian~"Nui'Kouou Aloha No Oe." Persian~"Choum~ ra Doust Da- rein." Cambodian~"Khnbcm Nearkh' Sre- lanh.n We wish everybody a merry Christ- mas but the bootleggers Tl l l Provide NOW For The Future! Put aside a regular sum each week to safeguard yourself against finan- cial worry later on. Anyone who has learned the lesson of Thrift may consider himself well educated! We particularly welcome new ac- counts---which may be started with One Dollar! Sm .achc County National Bank SAGUACHE, COLORADO Capital and Surplus Jr o,ooo, All, for $1.10 POP CORN-..the "All the Year 'Round" Favorite pOPPING corn is real wholesome fun--particularly if you use the all metal U. S. POPPER. U.S. POP- PERS have the full sliding lid which - eliminates broken hinges and clasps-- preventsburned fingers and scorched hands. The all metal basket is seam- less--easy to keep clean. The enameled wood grip with wire . loop in end for hanging up prevents heat traveling up the wire handle to the hand. The long handle enables the user to keep a safe distance from the heat, All for $1.10 4-Quart Presssd Steel-- U. S. ALL METAL POPPER .......................... 75 MAZOLA OIL, 1 pt. can ............................... 40 JOLLY TIME POPCORN .............................. 15 WHITE KARO SYRUP ................................ 20 $1.50 While they last-.Free! Book of directions for making POPCORN BALLS CRISPETTES POPPER JACK H.4HIHIOND $1ERCANTILE Co, SAGUACHE, COLORADO jail. S ed toni of the she wa ted wit De fens, "We to file torney ':No trict A "Th~ ty day Judge Mean' room, form. their f their p: verdict midair stratio~ the co~ : -~ Dawso] to sit , Coa!J Juro Coal Coal Mrs.( about the ju ....... ~~ thems~ When you get cold try some of our WONDER with r BURNING COAL, from the Western Furl Co. unders time We also have on hand a supply of o'clock CHOP and CHICKEN FEED Prompt Delivery' ~ sheO'LU!w, ten m! promis SAGU Tha ,'M~ke ~ourself The v THE NEW tracti,andCOn.c~ ol Hall" ,,,r, Po the V, THE Clean and Warm Rooms OUR TABLES ARE THE BEST All Kinds of Confectionery, Cigars and Toba:cos OTTO YARBROUGH (Across From the Ssguache Hotel) Saguache, - - - Colorado wll Churc begim vice i~ the b: beaut: day Ew Christ our C quire] heart. "whir Ne: gram the s~ Sat Grey' d