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r took dinner at CO. INDI[CTED 'raudulent Use of the Matin Claimed by Monte Vist~t Stock Sales Investigation Cmnmittee It is clalmed that S; C. Psndolfo, resident, and John Barrett, secretary f the Pan Motor Co., of St. Cloud, ~inn., were indltt~d On the 16th of ~ovember, 1918# for fraudulent use of he United States mails in connection rith the uie of Pan Motor Company took.. Mr. Pandolfo, in which he so strenu-" ,usly eklla theattention Of Uncle Sam hat "the Pan Motor Company is carry- ng on 50,00~ strong'* and that all the ~rces' of the Pan Motor Company vere behind the government. We claim ~t (~n the real facts that the Pan Me- ;or Company has not and could not rer~ 1~. ~h, ~nvernm~nt any aid that wouJd .ff ~" o:~ ~he r~:sults of the ~fd', However the war has been won and ~e Pan Motor Company robbed of its nain source of dope for its prospectiv~ ~toe~ subscribers and will be obliged to ,,el ffack to common every day business Ind eliminate thp. red and blue ink LtUff. The Pan Motor "umpany has been ending circular letters to its s~ockhold- re requesting them to Write to their Ynited States senators and congress- ~en. urging them to use their influence ritb the up,st Issues C,Jmmi~tee, at Vsehiugton, to secure a permi$ for the 'an ~dotor *'cmpany to sell the remain- er of its ~apital stock. Mr. Pandolfo ys thac wi~h m~bey and influence of ur United States sensors and con- reasmen ,hit the Pan Motor 'ompany Ltuid be ~nsde a stless. You stock- older~ must provid~ the money but n either the stockholders or the Pan is.or ompany secure the influenceT Ve guess not. COTTO~ ~RE, K We had some real winter and zero yea,her last week. AI Gariss had some land buyers out ~re last week. AI Ho~mltnn and wife and Mr. and t4rs. Davsdsmn were visitors at the ~immons home Friday and enjoyed a deigh ride. The Sasuache threshers pulled over the Mwage district Sunday. Henry Roll hauled freight from Min Dral Hot Springs last week through an ~ld fashioned Nebraska blizard. Jim Neal motored down from Denver ~q his big ear ihe last of the week. Mr. Timmons and the two boys were trading at . ,+offal Saturday and Wm. Middaugh with Henry Roll wont down the same day for lumber to complete the Middangh residence. John Everson made two trips to the camp last week with supplies. MINERAL HOT SPRINGS The weather is fine again and the snow is melting feet. Miss Frances Wilcox arrived on the Saturday evening train from Salida where she had been to #pond Thanks- giv~g ~ her mother. the Casper Eilinghe~ has been eonflnec~ to his bed the past week~vith neuralgia. Art Mohisnd, Mr. Timmous and Bud Noland were over from Mirage on bus- ineu Monday evening. Jack Welch brought some passengers over from Saguaehe ~o the train. Mr. Middaugh informs us that 8ehcol started Monday at Mirage, they have department. All designs must be received by the departmenL Room ?..5, state capitol, by noon on Saturday, December 21, 1918. Unaccepted designs will be returned if postage is furnished. Mrs. W. Grant, Jr., Child Welfare Chairman. UPHOLD TRADITIONS OF FLAG American Sailors Have Never Been no flu there yet. Found Wantlnff In That Courage ('harlie Coleman brought some pas-[ Which la Their Heritage. sengers over from ~Lsguache Tuesday[ to take the train. ~ [ A radio to the bridge of our d~ stroyer told of a steamer being shelled The farmers at Mirage are threshing ] by a submarine. She" was too far this week. ;away for us to help, but it drew a reminiscence from the skipper, who Bert Morris of Moffat wen thru the had Joined us qn the bridge, Herman Springs Saturday, taking his daughter Whitaker writes in M'ew York Inde- to Sallda to be ~perated on for appen- pendent. diet,is. t "Some one will go to her assistance ~and if she puts up a eght like the ENTY'I~" old L------hey'll stand a fine chance Adam Clark has purchased-a fine to be sa~'ed. We were 90 miles away l when we got her first call and while new National car. we were smoking it over the ocean, L. Oltman and family axe all down Just hitting the tips of the waves, the with the "flu." Mr. Oltman and Harry Is--- kept us posted on the fight. It are very low. ~ wab like reading the rounds of a 'championship battle on a bulletin M11. Earl Alien is very sick with the board: 'Bridge shot away ]' 'On fire "flu" south of Center. in two places 1' 'Have extinguished W. E. Gardner is improving, the flres l' 'We have thrown code books and papers ovez~3oard !' Center hasn't had any new cases of "We were still 30 mll~s away when the "flue the last few days. this happened, but we wirelessed her It is real wintery these mornings. It not to surrender and received a reply that would make a fine subtitle for wee 19 ,clew zero Friday morning, a movie melodrama--'Neverl" And Clarence Winchell and Wife arrived she did not--thanks to the American from Colorado Springs last Saturday to naval gunners who refused to stop attend the funeral of Mrs. Gilbert Win- firing when the captain deemed it time che|l. Mr. Wincbeli returned home 'to haul down his flag. It was their Wednesday. quartermaster who sent the radio." A little later came a second call for W. tl. Wiggins departed Friday for help; again too far for our service. Lind county, Me.. to join hlS family. Other radios that floated in late that C. W. Buiiard and wife. Rev, Foley night told how the derelict, deserted and wife went to tiooper ~unday even- by captain and crew, had been towed in by a patrol a'nd safely beached. Of ing to attend church, those streaming radios never one that Byron Sutley came from the Boulder did not produce a tale or reminiscence traming camp on a ten days furlough, from the "bridge." Usually tragic, " recording the deaths of fine ships and R. Fuller,on of Creede was visiti[,g brave men, their grimness was shof xte .Grant Newmyer Ins, week. through here and there with a gleam- N. E. Morgan of Hesper was here on lng thread of humor. Such was the case of the M~ and btminess Tuesday. L----, a fine munition ship that was Sherry Ha, ding is l usy installing a carrying a $1,000,000 cargo when she new heating plant for Gee. McClure. was torpedoed 100 miles from the bases. From afar the admiral sent Prize Poster Contest an anxious inquiry concerning her con- --- dition and progress. He received In The f}hild Welfare Department of the reply: "We are making three and a Woman's Council of Defense of Cole- half knots, but it is a d----- long waY rude offers a prme of $25 for the beat to Tlpperary." paper poster design illustrating some It was, alas ! The poor chip oun- phase of the children's year. This coy- dered at sea. era: I Then there was the Lovely Lucy, a 1. Public protection of mothers, in- trim little steamer that strayed away from her convoy during a thick mist. fasts and young children, including Late that evening a radio came in registering, weighing and measuring of from a destroyer that bad Just picked children under six. np the estray, *'What did you do to 2. Home cure. the Lovely Lucy? Found her at dusk, 3. The publicheaith nurse, without an escort, zigz~gging wild 4. t hitd labor and education, through the mist." , 5. Recreation, supervised play. 6. F011ow-up work, children in need of special care. ~rom the Antipodes consists merely o~ athletic trunks, a khaki tunic and a hat that sits on three hairs. It also can be mentioned that they wore reg- ulation Scotch stockings. But It was the dimples in their nether extremities that stoppe~irafi~.~ One of the ws~m climate solditq~ wandered down in the financial district yesterday during lunch hour, and it is estimated that more than 2,000 stenographers went without their usual luncheon of angel cake and nut sundae. The girls gath- ered in groups, always at a distance, and talked about the latest fighting re- gal|a, They all voted it a success, but at the same time wondered what would happen If any of New Zealand- ere, if by chance, wandered in the land of the voracious mosquito.--New York Herald. How They Took Machine Guns. The average civilian is unable to un- derstand how it is possible to capture, single-handed# a machine gun. not to mention in many instances the gun crew besides. However. many such in- stances are being brought to light througl~ the' fighting around Bets de la Brigade de Marine. When the ma-] rines were advancing in waves upon I the German lines the enemy machine', guns had to be taken or the waves would" be held up. The woods were crowded with them. There was only one wuy to take them and that wasl by a fearless dash. [ Sergt. Samos A. Ducey and Private l Raymond B. Van Sickle, both marines, tim latter only twenty years of age, took the German machine guns one by one and killed all of the officers and men who did not abandon their posi- tions. By the dashing act of these two marines their line was enabled to advance. Sergeant Ducey's mother, Mrs. Ellen Ducey, lives at 141 John street, Washington Courthouse, O. Italia Garibaldi Runs an Ambulance. On the highway leading to Epernay, wagons and ambulances of all the al- lied armies were passing one after the i other In an endless stream. An ambulance was driven by a young woman In khaki, covered with dust.' The Italian soldiers resting along the road invariably saluted her with voice end gesture, end she in turn smiledI sweetly back at them. I She was Italia Garibaldi. niece of the" hero of two wars. She is attached to a fine hospital for Italian Alpine troops situated in the neighborhood where she was seen. This hospital at pres- ent is filled with soldiers of all the allied arml~, Americans included.-- Italian-American News Bureau, C%l. cngo. Thought Something Missing. Marion's grandfather was Scotch and a musician. Consequently he was delighted to entertain a gifted profes. sional countryman, who was to appear at a theater. After dinner, when the guest had donned his kilts and was waiting for the car to take him to the theater, the children were admitted to the living room. Marion eyed the ce, #lebrity In wonder and awe, finally walking up to him, and as she touche~ his bare knee in amazement inquired Dimples Step Traffic. "Where your pants?" The "ladies from hell," meaning the The contest is open to everyone in klltles, had the town by the ears when t Colorado. The size of the poster is to they were here; their kllties being the Honey Bees. be llx14 inches. It is to be in three cynosure for all feminine eyes. But The honey bee was introduced into col0rs--black, blue and red. t for creating a furore and stopping North America In the seventeenth cen- traffic the palm goes to the New Zea- tury, but not into South America un- There will be three judges--one local Inhalers who arrived here on the wings ill 1845. There was none west of the artist and one each ~om the Denver of the Warm wave. The reason is Mississippi before 1797 and none In Art uuciation and the Child Welfare, this: The fi~ht.costume of the boys California before 1850. ELITE 5PEC!ALff HF(i, (;O. | tafammm~ mi ~ of HI6H 6RADE SPECIALTIES CINI~60, IUL. Dear Madam: We have authorized yot~r dealer to hand you a package o~ METROX on one week's trial, as we believe that it is some- thing that will interest you. Regardless of the nun,bet of Silver Polishes you may have used, we appeal to you to try METROX. METROX when used according to directions printed on the package, not only cleans your Silver ,nd makes it look like new, but it zhoroughly sterilize% leaving it in a bright and saul,at), condition It is really a leasure to clean your Silver with ~ , - p METROX instead of a drudgery whdn the abrasive method is used. Its labor saving advantages can readily be appreciated when you~" take into consideration that the number of pieces that can be cleaned at one time is only limited to the size of your pan. ~x e rec- ommeed selecting an oblong tin pan of suitable size to be used exchsively for cleaning purposes and sterilize your Silver frequently ~.~ with METROX. See directions printed on package. .~. Simply immerse m solution" while boiling, rinse in hot water, and dry wlth soft (.loth in usual way. If after a thor- ough trial or experimenting for a week, you find ME['ROX sn article of merit and fully worth purchase price of 35c, we wo,ld ape ~.~ preciate your recommending it to your friends. If, however, you do not METROX is all that feel tha we reco,,mend it to be, kindly fill out and sign affidavit below and return together with brokenpackage to your dealer for credit. Yours very truly, /~ m ELITE SPECIALTY MFO CO " " ""i - LEY Merc, i T ASH C ~J~DISE ' COLORADO _,..~.'. | m The War Appears to be Over But, have you kept your pledge as we~l as the boys OVEIt THERE have kept their pledge? When you p~edged yourself to buy sc many War Savings Stamt~s, the government e,-tablished a credit with you just as you do when borrowing I money from the b~mk; and lust as yo, expect the ~-~ ir~ !l I,ank ~o make treed its pledge to have the money ~i there when required, so does the government ex- Helping You With Your Live Stock The Federal Reserve Banking System, estab- lished by the government, stands back of the stock raiser. Through our membership in it we can help our patrons carry live stock which they are raising or fattening for future sales. Farmers' notes, with not over six months to run, given for raising or carrying live stock can be rediscounted by us with our Federal Reserve Bank, thereby increasing our ability to extend to our patrons such help as they may need. If you contemplate raising or fattening live stock for market come in and talk with us. Wecan helpyou. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Sagnache ~ Colorado Kansas City Stock Letter S,oekyard~, N.v 20--Cattle receipUs this week 77,0(0. lest week I01,000, sam~ week last y~ar 65,(}00, market 15~ to 35O lower, top staers $17 65 Hogs this week ~6,000, last week 104,000, same w~ek last y, ar 48,000, market 5o to I0~ lower thsv ast week, top today $17.70. Sh~p erie /,robs thr~ week 28.000, I.st week 33,000, .me week last year 32.~0, market 5(~'~ ., 75o lower, best iambs now worth $15. BEEF CATTLE Steers sold lower Monday and Tues day but recovered part of their loss Wednesaay and sold steady and active today, no prime cattle have been avails- ~ble here this week and there are vary few known to exist in Ksnase City ter- ritory, though a few head. of Chris,rose steers will probab}y show up within the ,ext tan dave sad will sell at $19 or bet. ter. Short fed corn cattle and cake fed steers sell up to $17 75, though most of these cattle hera this week sold at $15, a good many Colorado and western beef steers are coming, though nothing very choice has been here this week. Li;tht weight steers are going to killers at $12, western range cows at $11. STOCKER~ AND FEEDERS 8took steers at $10 this week werecon- a,dered steady but common steekers are dull at $8, good feedin~ steers are scarce and steady, sales up to $13, a few heavy ~tsers sbov,~ this figure. HOG8 Requirements of packers are so great that them is no difficulty in maintain- ing the prise st a safe margin above the $I7 I0 minimum in effect at Kaasay ~ity for November and Decembart the top prise today on heavy hogs was $17 70,' bulk of sales $17 50, the supply dropped uff sharply today after big runs first three days of week, but the market is running ~long steady now which makes it safe for country buyers to operate. Pigs are lower because of the temper. ary tie up of vasoinating operations, but the difficulty is remuved and sales are from $10 to $14, paokem taking a good many of the pigs. SHKEP AND LAMBS Reeaipts are light and killing stock is confined to fad natives and a few looal droves of fed western lambs. Nothing ohoioe is coming and salee of the best lambs this week are around\S15, fat ewes $9, quite a number of AriZona fesd-~- log lambs are arriving this week, sales at $14. J. A. Rickart, Reporter. 1 sure am a very sick gringo, There's a lull and a imp in my lingo; I am tortured with pain, From my toes to my brain, And I feel like a crippled flamingo. I'm as hot as a Mexican mango; My nerves are all dancing the tango I'm sore every inch, And it's almost a cinch, ~Phat I've got the Spanish fandango. Crescent, $2 per year. ANNOUNCEMENT the Eureka betel m SatHChe, we wLsh to an- nounce to the labile tlmt we are ready to wait upon the Automabge trade, Careful attention divert in iterate repair work.. Supplies and accessories. We promise ceurtloues treatment and reasonable prices, Storalle over ni|bt per mmlb, . ' PUmas " 6so, B. Truitt, 6arate k ~