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: Gunnison’s Big Money Sav- |
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-(v £;A REGULAR $4.00 VALUE |
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2 [ KNICKERBOGKER [ loy Lostner Lined. with Lesther Steeves, $7.50 & $O.OO 1
3 ther vest, horsehide, heavy lined, $12.00 & $13.50 &
: 1/ W) ) } an ciate these values after seeing them ;E
" Ihree 750 the time to get tha e !1
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: r‘;,J I’/ Lot 3 at $27.50 ’ }
- > ’ £t These values will save your i
- l)()_\'.\" '\nl('ker' dollars. Were priced !‘.l‘nn 2 .
a| | bocker Pants, 98¢ e ' - , »|
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. This Shirt 1s of Extra Good Quality, Well Made l E
SALE PRICE, $1.25 7- (3 K ®
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& | g Tae B ot Eovpeabebnes .
: \o\ ) THE FAMOUS
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- \ e & WORK SHOES |
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" ‘ \_/ . The Price During This Sale, $4.50 .
g e REGULAR $6.00 VALUE |
z GEORGETTE CREPE, CREPE-DE-CHINE AND WOOL JER- |
& SEY BLOUSES |
ol Lot lat $3.15; Lot 2at $4.15; Lot 3at $5.15 |
u These were originally £6.50 up to $lO.OO values
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. TADIIS DI All Ladies’ and Children’s | ‘|
i S e Sna S Winter Coats Go At COST E
ol Pon’t Overlook This Money Saving Opportunity. No Approvals o
ol Sent Out at This Big CASH SALE |
Every number is a real money saving bargain. Our judgment is that you will not be §
able to buy at this price a year from now. '
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Eaaw EsnlslnSß TR EERERERRRRE TAR e e R
THE NEWS-CHAMPION, GUNNISON, COLORADO
MARBLE
Marble is located in the Crys
tal Kiver Valiey, 50 Miles North
west of Gunnison.
Mrs. Mary J.Thompson, Reporte:
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% Friday, January 6.*
Henry Brownell is in Glenwood !
Springs having dental work done. i
Charley Orolasky came in from'
Pueblo Friday and brought an Aire-|
dale pup
‘ During the past week quite a !otg
ltof snow fell and for two days it was|
talmost rain i
George Bammett and W, D. Camp-|
bell transacted business in CM-;
dale Saturday. !
Thirtern men have been laid off |
who have been busy shovellng snow |
for part of two “‘l'l‘ii at the mill. |
An announcement was received by
the last mail of the birth of a baby |
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emest
Mazza '
Wm. Parry had the misfortune to
fall down cellar on New Year's «niflhb
and was quite badly injured. is
many friends expect to see him
around again soon. ,
Mrs. V. Mueller entertained on New
Year's Day, her son, Frank and fam
ily and Mrs. Ida B. Carey and family.
Mrs. Thompson also entertained that
day. Her guests were Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Woods and their son, Paul. |
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CASTLETON
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News-Champion Correspondence:—
Tuesday, anuary 3, 1922
Mrs. Mart Morris leaves tonight for
il visit with Kanas relatives.
{ The holidays were very quietly cele
brated up here owing to the stormy |
""’:llhvl’. I
The A. No. 1 oil well is about to|
start its new hole, the old one having
been abandoned. i
{ Miss Edith Clement xrnt Christ
mas at the McCully ranch, and while
iflien- visited her many friends inj
| Castleton. ’
| Mr. and Mrs. T.Y. Miller and fam
{visited at Parteh’s ranch during !hel
(holidays, returning to Crested Butte]
| today. |
| Mrs. Jos. Parteh is visiting her
mother in Gunnison for a month.
Joe says “never again” will he batch
fin the winter time.
{ Both the 0. C.. romp:‘:{ and the
| Star mines have posted uctions int
iwages amounting to 30 per cent. This
(brings the miners” wages back to what |
{they were getting in 1919, |
! News of the marriags of Mns]
Hattie Dollard and Edwin McCully in
Los Angeles was received this wez-k.l
The best wishes of the entire neigh-!
borhood is extended to the ne\\'l\'-1
weds, as they are both univermlly‘
liked and we are surely sorry to have
‘thrm leave our valley, i
BALDWIN
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Baldwin is 18 miles northwest of
Gunnison, at the head of the (
Ohio Creek Valley :
i Pat Farnham spent a few days in|
! Gunnison last week.
| George Fry and family are moving|
; into the house formerly occupied by
{ Joe Hyland. ‘
Pete Piloni was on the sick list 'hc-'
latter part of last week, but is fee!ing |
much better now. !
Mine Foreman Wilson returned!
last week from a two weeks' visit to|
his family in Denver. |
Mary McKinley and Grace Dollard |
came home for the week-end, returmn
ing to Gunnison Monday. ‘
! Jim Jello stopped in Baldwin one|
dn} recently to de farewell to frier «isl
‘before leaving for Pueblo.
! Herbert Dulytle and John )lmn-’
'gomery were in from Castleton Sat
:;day night, visiting with some of the |
VS,
| Another accident occured at lhn!
mine Monday. Tony Santora received
a broken jaw. Dr. Hanson of Gun
nison was called. Fred Hall drove
up with him. i
Being invited to dinner by Mrs
Chas. Anderson the other day, Ston
Manager James Sanders and wife
'made the daring trip across the
' mountains on snowshoes.
| On January first a thirty per cent
reduction in wages of the Rocky Mt.
Fuel company en:gloa’ea took effect.
| Since being cut, the boys are looking
forward to steadier work. j
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i Why Pick On Us? :
£ Th woods are full of amateur :
§ economists who claim that the :
prices of groceries will shortly :
i return to pre-war levels. Will i
i they? Yes, they sure will— :
i When Hard Coal is back to :
2 $6.00 per ton; i
i When Railroad Fares are back i
to 2 cents per mile; 3
When Gasoline is back to 10 :
cents per gallon; g
When House Rent is back to :
- $85.00 per month; 3
When A Square Meal can be :
bought for 25 cents; g
When Farm Labor ‘is back to 3
£25.00 per month Z
When Shaves are back to 15¢; £
§ When Freight Rates from Den- :
2 _ ver are back to 60 cents; £
£ When Clothes are back to $25 3
\ a suit; £
3 When Money is back to 6 per -
2 cent; = g!
! § When Hair Cuts are back to 25¢; i
| When Movies are back to a |
| Dime; ! 2
When Ice Cream is back to a%f
I dime; \ -8
§ When a Doctor’s Call is back
[ to 52.00. i
|2 Why pick on US?. Let the £
£ rest cut their prices and catch g,\
| up with us. It is time for us |
|£ to pick on somebody. We've s
: been the Goat long enough. :
i E.M. COLLINS i
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| Begin the New Year |
' Begin the New Year |
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RIGH' 5
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| 2 JANUARY, 1922 :
i is the month of all months in which you
[ —_S——— s
;S P S Sl should open a Savings Account at this
g President g bank.
i J. A Steele, .
i Vice-President Let the turning of a new leaf in the book
i o m""c| i of time signalize the turning of a new leafl
{ C.F.Spemcer, i. in your book of life. ;
{ Asst. Cashier : :
Bommsmmnsemnog 1t this new leaf of yours be on the credit 2
i side of the Savings Ledger of this bank.
. See that your name is written across the
top of that page and every week add some
thing to the column of credits that appears
‘ below. Start right, stay right, and you
will always be right.
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:
i This Bank Pays Four Per Cent Interest on Savings 3
, i Accounts g
| g Bring in your Pass Book and have interest due §
, i January Ist entered i
| i LR Z
! § AUTHORIZED TO ACT AS EXECUTOR AND ADMIN- g
ISTRATOR OF ESTATES §
{ g Menmber Federal Reserve Bank ;
g Fo .
| The First National Bank |
: i CAPITAL and SURPLUS, $100,000.00 g
Dottt
UPPER GUNNISON
News-Champion Correspondence:— g
Thursday, Jan.. 12, 1922,
Miss Mary Ogden from Almont is
| spending some days visiting with her |
Gunison friends. l
| A brand new baby girl arrived on !
Monday morning, January 9th, at the
home of John Hickman. i
_ After some time in our vicinity Pete ‘
Stoller left Sunday for Pitkin where |
he will be “at home” from the Saturn |
L mine
. H. F. Trampe shipped his steers to[
the Stock Show Tuesday. P.D. Work
) and Wm. Spann also had cattle in the |
| bunch. |
' Friends and neighbors are grieved
' to learn of the death of the baby boy |
| born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Work at!
| Salida last week. Mrs. Work is not
recovering as rapidly as hoped. !
| Frank Sheid was laid up recently |
by a bad cut on the head reeeived when |
‘a falling tree accidentally dropped his
{way and struck him a glancing blow.
| He narrowly escaped with his life, and
' did lie unconscious for a time. How- |
lever, he is out once more doing his’
{work. Ralph Dennis was over some
time, helpirxowhile Mr. Sheid was un
i able to be about. 2 |
B
! Laurel Spann of Jack’s Cabin visit- |
| ed this week at the T. J. Thompson |
| home. !
lAR e S o e
i NSRRIy
! Use Mont Fi
; A Western Slope Product
USE 0. C. COAL, MINED BY A HOME COMPANY.
Keep your money at home by buying gvoceries at home
Gunnison Fuel & Feed Store
C. M. LONG, Manager. .
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- “Let’s get a cup of hot chocolate at the Book Store.”
g «an right, they’ve got Hot Bouiilon and Tomato Flip there,
= too—always hot over the electric stove plate.”
. But perhaps you still love a dish of ice cream, in
- spite % the January weather. All right, the 800 l
Store Fountain has the usual menu choice in sodas,
, sundaes, malted milk, etc.
Our ice cream ‘parlor is warm and comfy. You can lunch B
: at your leisure and entertain your friends. :
; Quick Service 1
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| Courteous Attention
1 AtThe . §
| Nomal Book Store §
| ormal book Store §
Fountam -~ = §
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922
CROOKSTON
News-Champion Correspondence:—
| Wednesday, January 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson returned on
}Fridly from a pleasure trip on the
lEuu-m slore.
Agnes Glendenning returned Sun
‘day moming from Missouri. School
opened again Monday.
} Earl Adams, wife and baby are
'moving up to Haig, where he is going
to haul props the remainder of the
winter.
; —— Y ———
I Game Warden Jennings returned
from a business trip to Saguache on
Friday.
If You Want to
Buy or Sell
REAL
ESTATE
See D. L. GRAY

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