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THE SAGUACH CRESCENT SAGUACHE, COLORADO TREASURER'S NOTICE ON REQUEST FOR TAX DEED To every person in actual pos- session or occupancy of the herein- after described land, lot or premises, and to the person in whose name the same was taxed or specially assessed, and to all persons having an inter- est or title of record in or to the same. Notice is Hereby Given That on the 18th day of December, A. D. 1931, the following described pro: perry, situate in the County of Sa- guache and State of Colorado, to- wit : NISE & SESE Section 6, and NE /4NE 1 Section 7, in Town- ship 44 North, Range 10 East N. M. M., was sold for the taxes for the year 1929 and purchased by Sa- guache County." That the said Saguache County has duly assigned the certificate of purchase issued on account of such purchase to Charles N. Miller, who hath made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed for said year 1929 in the name of Jos. Chambers. That the statutory three year per- iod of redemption of said real estate from such tax sale expired on the 18th day of Dec. A. D. 1934. Notice is hereby given that a Tax Deed will be issued for said real es- tate on March 25th, A. D. 1938, unless the same has been redeemed prior to the issuance of said Tax Deed. Dated this 8th day of December, A. D. 1937. (Official Seal) W. L. Hammond, Treasurer of the said County of Saguache. First Publication December 9, 1937 Last Publication December 23, 1937 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT *AND DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the tenth day of January, A. D. 1938, Ethel Rexroad, adminis- tratrix of the Estate of Emma De Bord, deceased; will appear before the judge of the County Court at the Cottrt House in Saguce in the County of Saguache, Coloradc, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day and present her accounts for final settlement and pray the approv- al of the same and ask to be dis- charged at which time and place any person in interest may appear and present objection, if any there be. Notice is also hereby given that application for the determination of heirship of said Emma DeBord de- ceased has been made and that the Court will on said date hereinbefore mentioned, or at any time to which the hearing may be continued, pro- ceed to ascertain and determine who are the heirs of the said Emma De Bord deceased, and as such entitled to inherit any lands, tenements, hereditaments or other property, real or personal, constituting all or a part of the Estate of the said Emma DeBord deceased, and enter a Decree accordingly at which hearing all persons claim- ing to be heirs at law of said deceased may appear and present their proof. WITNESS Birt Clare, Judge and acting, Clerk of the County Court within and for the County of Sa- guache, in the State of Colorado and the seal of said Court this 24th day of November, A. D. 1937. Birt Clare, Judge and acting Clerk. First Publication November 25, 1937 Last Publication December 23, 1937 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE Pueblo, Colorado. December 3, 1937 Notice is hereby given that on December 1, 1937, Ellen E. Trickle, of Saguache, Colorado, filed in th.. office her application No. 0571c6, made under the act of March 20, 1922, (42 Stat. 465), to exchange certain lands within the Cochetopa National Forest'for timber in the Montezuma National Forest, Colo- rado. The applicant offers the NW% SE, N%SW, SWSW of " Sec. 11, T'. 45 N., R. 4 E., N. M. P. M., in exchange for timber from a  portion of the SE%SE of Sec. 6, T. 40 N., R. 16 W., N. M. P. M., Colorado. The purpose of this notice s to allow all persons claiming the select- ed timber, or having bona fide ob- jections to the exchange, an oppor- tunity to file their protests in this office. Any such protests should be filed within thirty days from the irst publication of this notice. L. T. Morgan, Register. First Publication December 16, 1937 Last Publication January 6, 1938 NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY ESTATE OF DANIEL GALLE- GOS, DECEASED. No. 482 All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present them for adjustment to the County Court of Saguache County, Colorado, on the 27th day of Decem- ber A. D. 1937. Genevieve Gallegos Archuleta, Administratrix, Robert R. Tarbell, Attorney. First Publication November 25, 1937 Last Publication December 23, 1937 GREETING CARDS For all occasions arrived at the Crescent office this week. Get your convalescent, sympathy, birthday and othr greeting cards from the Crescent office. WANT ADS FOR SALE--B battery radio with wind charger included. Call 66. pd FOR SALE--Two doll buggies in perfect condition. Mrs. Lorrie Cur- tis. 2wk. FOR SALER. C. A. Electric Radio sacrifice, immediately for $7.50 Cash. See James Werner, Martin's Garage. FOUND--Near Alba Ward ranch Suitcase full of clothing. Owner in- quire at Crescent office. HUSTLER WANTED: to introduce, supply demand for Rawleigh Neces- sities. Sales way up this year. Good routes open nearby. Rawleigh Methods get business. No selling experience needed. W e supply Sales, Advertising , literature--a 11 you need. Profits should increase every month. Low prices; good val- ues, complete service. Rawleigh's Dept. COL-235-63, Denver, Colo- rado. NOTICE Stockholders of The Cotton Creek Water Co. Inc., will hold an annual meeting and election of directors for the ensuing year at their office at Mirage, Colorado, January 10, 1938 at one o'clock P. M. Edwin Tobler, Sec'y. First Publication December 23, 1937 Last Publication January 6, 1938 NOTICE That all mining operations of Baca Grant No. 4, are being carried on by Leases and the undersigned Company will not be responsible in any manner for bills of what-so-ever nature contracted by any of said Leasees. SA LUIS VALLEY LAND .. & CATTLE CO., tf. Crestone, Colo. TREASURER'S NOTICE ON xEQUEST FOR TAX DEED To every person in actual posses- don or occupancy of the hereinafter described land, lot or premises, and to the person in whose name the same was taxed or specially assessed, and to all persons having an interest or title of record in or to the same. Notice is Hereby Given That on the 7th day of December, A. D. 1927, the following described property, situate in the County .of Saguache and State of Colorado, to-wit: The NE of Sec. 6, Township 45 North, Range 10 East N. M. M., was sold for the taxes for the year 1923 and purchased by Saguache County. That the said Saguache County has duly assigned the certificate of purchase issued on account of such purchase to Jay M. White who hath made request upon the treasurer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed for said year 1923 in the name of Gee. Zuscbnitt. That the statutory three year per- iod of redemption of said real estata :rom such tax sale expired on the 7th day of Dec., A. D. 1930. Notice is hereby given that a Tax Deed will be issued for said real estate on March 25th, A. D. 1938, unless the same has been redeemed prior to the issuance of said Tax Deed. Dated this 6th day of December, A. D. 1937. (Official Seal) W. L. Hammond, Treasurer of the said County of Saguache. / First Publication December 9th, 1937 Last Publication December 23, 1937 TREASURER'S NOTICE ON REQUEST FOR TAX DEED To every person in actual posses- sion or occupancy of the hereinafter described land, lot or premises, and to the person in whose name the same was taxed or specially assessed and to all persons having an interest or title of record in or to the same. Notice is Hereby Given That on th 12th day of December A.D. 1934, the following described pro- perty, situate in the County of Sa- guache and State of Colorado to- wit: Lot 12 in Block R of the Town of Bonanza, was sold for the taxes for the year 1930 and purchased by Sa- guache County. That the said Saguache County hzs duly assigned the certificate of purchase issued on account of such purchase to Wm. P. Fullenwider who hat made request upon the Treasur- er of said County for  deed. That the said premises were taxed for said year 1.930 in the name of Ethel Chtles. That the statutory three year period of redemption of said real es- tate from such tax sale expired on the 12th day of December, A. D. 1937. Notice is hereby given that a Tax Deed will be issued for said real estate on April 14th, A. D. 1938 unless the same has been redeemed prior to the issuance of' said Tax Deed. Dated this t7th day of December A. D. 1937. (Offiaial Seal) W. L. Hammond, Treasurer of the said County of Saguache. First Publication December 28, 1937 Last Publication January 6, 1938 4 , OBY BARNES, just home from the office, stood regard- ing his wife with amusement. "You have the manner, Kay, of be- ing about to leap up and wave a flag. What's happened?" "I've just discovered something important about myself." Kay's short, light curls were becomingly haphazard. Her eyes were of an intense blue. She was slender and young and vivid. "I'm supremely selfish." She rose to her feet and gesticulated with both hands, "I want to be utterly, gloriously en- grossed in ME!" They both laughed. Then Kay ran forward and dragged her husband down into a wide, comfortable chair, squeezing in beside him. "You're a perfectly grand guy," she smiled, "but this Christmas, my man, I'm going to be superbly self- ish, as an experiment. Will you try it too, Toby?" "All right," he agreed, "I'll take you on." The next morning Kay tilted a pert gray hat on her curls, and walked imperiously to the shopping district. "I'm fed up with being poor, and scrimping and saving so I can be generous in mean, little ways. Today I . . spend on my- self!" She felt guilty and ridiculous, and she turned her eye away from a haberdasher's window where gentle- men's furnishings were invitingly displayed. Toby needed masses and masses of things. No, just this once she would-spend with a bang all she had on something frivolous for her- self. Toby had promised to do the same. At noon she happened to notice a tall person standing by the next store window. He was absorbed in thought. Kay hardly breathed while the man suddenly plunged into the store door. She crept close to a sheltering pillar while she watched what happened inside. She saw the man point to a wom- an's rich, quilted housecoat. She saw him pay for it, and leave, but without a package under his arm. Just the sort of housecoat for which she had yearned hopelessly. She gasped in dismay. For one hot second she was possessed with anger. Toby wasn't playing fair. He had fie right to make her feel ashamed and abject on Christmas morning ! When Toby's flapping overcoat was out of sight Kay slipped into the same shop, going straight to the counter her husband had left. "May I inquire," she asked crisply, "if that quilted housecoat just pur r chased, is to'be delivered to Mrs. Toby Barnes?" She gave the house address. The clerk was startled into admitting the fact. Kay threw up her chin. "I asked my husband, Mr. Barnes, to step in here today to buy that for me. I've changed my mind. May I ex- change it for something I prefer?" The clerk weakly nodded. Christmas eve found Kay a bit cryptic. Toby carelessly inquired if a package had been delivered that afternoon. Kay said yes; it was waiting in the closet. As it was, though not quite what Toby supposed. Kay was excited as a child on Christmas morning. There were waffles for breakfast and especially good coffee. Afterwards Mrs. Toby Barnes shoved her tall husband into his big chair. "Sit there," she com- manded him, and left the room. "Whenis this fine exhibition of selfishness going to begin?" ho shouted after her. "I want to see it in actionl" Kay returned with a large pack- age elaborately wrapped. Toby looked pleased. "There you are," he said. "I'm sorry, Kay, to fall down an our agreement, but I:knew you wanted the darned thing." "Ther ou are'" cried .Kay hur|- Y . " .- . ing the box at hm. "I mply will not let you squander your money on epensive things for me, Toby." Toby opened the box, drawing forth a manly, well-tailored dress- ing gown for a tall gentleman. "Yot kpow," mottered his wife in a small voice, "you haven't a thing to it around in at home." "So this," he raved, "is the great exhibition of selfishness And wher .s your housecoat, I'd like to know?" Kay, in a thin, quivering voice begged him to be kind while she ex- plained. @ Western New@aeI Union. THURSDAY DECEiBER IS, 153, BONANZA Lloyd Sheldon and a mining en- gineer, of Red Cliff, were in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carson and baby motored to Salida and Nathrop Tuesday afternoon returning the next day. S. E. Burleson motored to Salida Wednesday. Joy Tuttle returned home Wednes- day evening after visiting a few days at the Eastman home. Eva Wolfe and Lawrence Bender were Salida callers Thursday. Mrs. Jack Springer went to Salida Thursday to meet her daughter. Richard and Victor Smith, of Pratt, Kansas, are in town looking after their mining interests. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wills motored to Monte Vista to visit her mother Thursday. They motored to Alamosa_ before returning to their home n Eagle Gulch. erie Craig and Lewis Lain are working on the bridges in town which are badly in need of repairs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wills were in town Friday. Roy Bennett motored to Alamosa Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson motor- ed to Leadville Thursday taking their grand children home. They re- turned Sunday. Bill Costello and Sigrid Midwinter and son attended the show in Salida Sunday. LA GARITA Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Romero are the proud parents of a girl born December 15th, 1937. Barbara Jean Shown has been ab- sent from school since Friday of last week on account of illness. Estella Maestez is spending the I week with Mrs. Victor Martinez She is assisting Mrs. Martinez and Miss Werner with their Christmas play. Mr. and Mr. Victor Martinez visit- ed in different parts of New Mexico ovdr the week-end. Joe Casias was absent from school two days last week on account of illness. Gee. Gibson was a business visitor in Center Monday. Mrs. Gee, Gibson and Loons Mc Comb were shopping in Del Norte Tuesday. Miss  Cecila Trujillo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Trujillo, of near Del Norte, became the bride of Mr. John Atencio, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Atencio, at Del Norte Monday morning, Dec, 20th. A host of friends and relatives were waiting them when they arrived at the groom's home to help them celebrate the occasion. They all enjoyed a dance at the SPMDTU\\;hall in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keck were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ashton and family Sunday. NOTICE STATIONERY PROPOSALS The Board of County Commls- sioners of Saguache County at the regular January 1ff38 meeting will receive bids for supplies including all books, stationery, recording, printing, lithographing, etc., for the respective County Offices for the calendar year 1938, The Board re- serves the right to reject any end all bids. By order Board of County Com- missioners, County Clerk. NICK FUSON, irst Pubfication December 9, 1937 Last Publication December 30, 1937 Death is so permanent, drive carefully. I /Ir3err00 Cbri00tma00 To you, and all good friends who have done so much to make this year of pleasant associa- tions, we extend our heartiest wishes for a happy Christmas time. May it be for you a season of gladness and good cheer, rich in gifts, in the joys of friend- ship, and in all the good things that make life worth while. The Crescent Family MINERAL HOT SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dieckmann and children and Frank Mender were shopping in Alamosa Saturday. Caspar Eilinghoff, who has been ill for some time, is spending the holidays in the James Raby home near Saguache. A bountiful dinner was served by the ladies to all who hunted rabbits Sunday at the Earl Everson home, many rabbits were killed. Harold Brent and Raymond Dieck- mann of Alton, Kansas, who has been working for their cousin and brother, C. G. Dieckmann, left fo their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Clawson were business callers at Monte Vista Saturday. Earl Walker, Lloyd Vincent and Richard Collins were shopping in Alamosa Saturday. The Friendship Study club en- tertained Sunday evening in the home of Mrs. Lonnie Peek at a din- ner party Mr. and Mrs. Foster Nel- son, the memlers, husbands, children and Frank Stahl were the guests. The tables were beautifully decorated with pine boughs and red tapers. After dinner gifts and games were enjoyed in the mellow candle light. The Christmas party is the annual affair of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bunker have spent the past week at Salt Lake City, Utah, on business and plea- sure. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kroll are work- ing at the Sam Bunker ranch. William Hoffmann is at the D. and R. G. hospital in Salida. He was operated on Saturday night for appendicitis. He is getting along very well. Mr. and Mrs. Jay White are spend- ing the Christmas holidays with friends in Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jantz came in from Garden City, Kansas, Tues- day evening. They are visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Walker. They will leave Thursday for their home at Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Olive and Mary of Bonanza were calling on friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Colin, Mar- jorie ad Cleo were shopping at Center Monday. CHRISTMAS FOR THE BIRDS For many years it has been the custom in Norway for the young people of every village to give a special dinner at Christmas time to the wild birds near by. For several days before Christmas, the children go out into the woods clear places in which to put food and erect covers in order that the birds may be sheltered from the cold winds. The peasants fasten wisps of a oat or wheat straw on 'their houses, so that birds may find them and enjoy the grain. The mar- ket places have poles on which r tied great bunches of nthreshed grain find vegetab!e which the birds like. The winter birds do not mind cold weather if they get enough to eat. They wear thick coats of feathers and these make very warm clothing. At night they find a sheltered spot, MOFFAT Club Notes--- The Moffat Woman's club met Wednesday afternoon at the school house. Mrs. Thos. Ashley, District President, Mrs. W. F: Boyd and Mrs. Ralph Shellabarger of Saguache and Mr. Faye Fishwild representing the Crestone Women's club were guests Mrs. Ashley gave a talk on "Press and Publicity" also pointers on pre- paring club papers and other items of interest. Mrs. Ellis was leader with a paper on "Fine Arts" Mrs. Herman Jackson gave a description of Christmas in Finland her girlhood home. " Mrs. A. W. Clayton reviewed the Highlights of G. F. W. C. A pro- gram of songs, music selections and readings were enjoyed and refresh- ments served to twenty-six members and guests. George Gray, who fell Friday of last week from the School house roof and was seriously injured is reported improving slowly. He was taken to the D. & R. G. hospital in Salida, where he remained uncon- scious for over 20 hours. He was found to have a fractured skull, a fractured left wrist, several ribs broken and an injured lef foot be sides numerous cuts and bruises. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. White and their son were Salida callers last Monday. While there they visited Gee. Gray at the hospital. Alan  Albert motored to Denver and Fort Collins last,week to bring his sister, Jeanette, home for vaca- tion. Alice Anderson, Kenneth Hutchinson of Golden, Miss Beatrice Roetker also accompanied them home. The Moffat Grange sponsored a dance at the School house Saturday night and a large c.:..d attended. Mr. apd Mrs. Ed Jackson com- pleted improvements on their new home, the J. N. Coleman rsidence. They moved in over the week-end. George Morris and Donald Hall came' in from Gunnison and are spending the Christmas vacation at their respective homes. Miss Mary DeVinna spent last week with her ldce, Mrs. J. F. Johnson, and her family in Sa- guache, returning home Monday. Mr, and Mrs. W. S. Green and hazel are enjoying a visit with their daughters, Mrs. Betty Ward, and Mrs. Cora Belle Fortune, of Los Angeles. Everyone enjoyed th Christmas program Sunday at the eurch. The Sunday School gav treats to all pre- sent. Rev. C. W. Bardon held ser- vices after e program. nestle down, tuck their heads under their wings, and cover their feet with their feathers. When snow and'ice cover up the food, the snow may be swept from the ground and food scattered in the cleaned place. Or a birds' feed- ing shelf may be placed on a stake iR the yard or in a tree or fastened to a windowsill. On the ground or shelf scatter sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, millet, cane, wheat, scraps of meat, crumbs and bits of nuts. Beef suet may be tied firmly in a tree by wrapping a strong cord about the suet may times. Give the birds a Christmas txeai too.