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The Keota news. (Keota, Weld County, Colo.) 1911-1922, December 29, 1922, Image 2

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Year's Eve
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•trlkea it» midnight boor. and
IK2 |«t»* lolo the land of leas
•So. there la o«j«. simple rowoln-
I ••’ft H«l wo raft all make with
pmijr good wmj lHal wo ran
korp It (Ut iHo not! midnight
chimes—ihal wo will bo a bettor
man or woman Ic ibo nett jear
■ban la ibo last.
That aott’l bo a hard resolution
lo fulfill la Ootno docroo. aad If
everyone u otrn a Unlo bettor,
there will bo • heap mar* good’
tow. kindness. success and loro
In tbo world when 1K3 rta(a ovt
that there la Bow.
Tbo untried year bring* with It
another rbanco for all —a chance
~ iko Sood a her* a* ha<e
failed—a chance to benefit by
•bat *e bare counted ■> failure*
la thr )*ar that is pawing out.
Tl.e old year has b«-en a dlffl.-uit
one for many. Some have I oat
heart Tbo now year which gif.
promise of no much that la bolter,
will brtns no* courage and hop*
to them.
If w* can lot the unhappy pan
of ibo past year so with It. and
only remember the good. It will
help toward all that la beat In the
new.
One of tbo thins* that w»
can hope for the untried year la
•hat It will be a busy one for
everybody. Work la the beat pro
moter of goodness and hapMnew.
and Ihe beat ru*e for trouble and
aoirow thal there la.
When Die solemn. happy be-la
rlns out across the »n«tr," lei
them ring out with them the bad
things and ring In all that is g„„d
and true and beautiful that l§
within *he power of «ach one
of us.
Specially to Teachers I
THIS advertisement is addressed especially to the H
teachers of Weld County: but it may be read with
profit by everybody who has occasion to buy the hun
dred and one articles you usually have to run all over a
biir department store to find and then, maybe, en
counter disappointment. We will nut attempt to list all
the Roods we carry: but the suggestions hen? will rim- |H
an idea as t«» G.c extent of our line. Ask for what >■ mM
want; we w..- probably have it, or can procure it IB
promptly.
LEAD PENCILS. Eagle Mikado*. regular five-cent jfl
sellers, at 4V |>er dozen: jumbo Jjciicils. 2 for sc: red H
markmv pencil*. luc each: a new lot coming of nu.. 9
second* at 8 for sc. just right for the children. fl
BOOKS of all publishers at list prices on special order* (H
TABLETS. A thick pencil tablet for sc: extra good fl
linen finish ink tablets loc or two for 15c. !H
STARS, (iold. silver and red sUuu 15c per box. two fl
boxes for 25c. fl
CARBON PAPER, large sheets 10c: typewriter sue I
2 sheets for sc. H
CREPE PAPER. Dennison I sis Ire folds. 15c each: fl
Rolls, extra quality. 10c: good quality. sc: nearly all fl
colors. Red. white and blue streamers. 15c per roll. fl
GLI'E. Dennison tubes. 15c: Kwikstik. 10c: the cheap- 9
est good glue, and the handiest mucilage. fl
COVER PAPER for picture and school work mounts: {9
ci >to red | «apers for busy work: writing papers in Urge fl
sheets or cut to desired sizes we can supply anything 9
in the (taper goods line. |H
KODAK FILMS in all the popular sizes. Prompt ser- jfl
vice in developing and printing. Beautiful enlarge- 9
ments from your g»totl negatives. H
WATER COLORS, rulers, protractor*. Eagle compass- 9
es. colored wax crayons, composition btstks. spring jfl
tapes, memorandum books, key chains, mending tape. jfl
kindergarten scissors. spelling tablets, pins, %-nrds and jfl
card envelopes, and school sundries. , >1
SIIAEU PhNt 115. Eighteen inches of lead with 9
each. Only $l.OO. Cheaper pencils 36c and HOe.
KODAKS AND BROWNIES. Nothing gives more
lasting pleasure. From $2.50 up.
SHEET ML SIC. Popular and cli rsic at 15c per sheet.
\ou would pay as high as 40c elsewhere fur many of
the titles we offer.
BOX SI ATIONEBY. If we did not have it all plainly
marked, you would not consider double our prices un
reasonable.
PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS. Music is an tin
failing joy. 1 aramounts and Pnthephoncs at less than
mail order prices. Terms. Records and needles.
WE PAY FIRST ZONE POSTAGE
Stanley’s, Keota

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