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228 Acre Claim for Sale.
Mrs. Mina Stogdill has a
home at Greentop, Mo.,
and so wants to dispose of
hor 320 claim near Stoning
ton, and will sell cheap. If
you wish to buy, write to
Mina Stogdill,
Greentop, Mo.
Local Gossip.
Wm. Morrison ot Artesia, was
in town today.
John Meier brought in a load
of freight Tuesday for Baker.
Mrs. GurnThompson is report
ed to be down with typhoid.
L. Chase of Campo was in the
county seat the first of the week.
P. W Service is now busy itn
proving that claim of his south
of town.
Alvina McCluskey. was grant
ed a divorce in the county court
on the 18th inst.
Wilford and Lena Konkel were
visiting with the editor’s family
over Thursday night.
Bassett and Kelley will have
their preliminary Wednesday be
fore squire Yokum.
George Lepelhad his first out
of-the-country experiment at
Kansas city last week.
Les Jones and wife brought*
Mrs. Burt McGowan to Spring
.field Tuesday where she took
the mail auto for Lamar to re
ceive medical treatment.
The Democrat is to be con
gratulated on last week’s issue.
It was void of cuss words, there
were no disppptic eruptions of
any kind, and in a general way it
was clean and respectable. May
it be hoped that there lias been
a regeneration, and that the*
Democrat may continue stead
fast in the good cause.
Charley Vogel and wife of Car
rizo, were in town the first of the
week, Mrs. Vogel going on to
Lamar for a couple of weeks’ vis
it. Mr. Vogel gave the Herald a
pleasant call, and of course old
times was a natural topic.
Mr. Vogel’s first vote was for
Abraham Lincoln, and his last
vote would have been for Wood-'
row T Wilson had he been able to
get to the polls. He believes
with the editor that Lincoln was
one of the great men of the
Tyorld, and that Woodrow Wilson
is another. Mr. Vogel is a Dem
ocrat of the progressive order,
and along with the editor thinks
also that the New York World is
one of the most ably edited pa
pers in the United States.
Health permitting, it is hoped by
his host of friends here, that
Mr. Vogel and wife will make
their visits to Springfield more
frequent in the future than they
have in recent years of the past.
Lamport.
• Wesley Alcorn is b.ick. He
says California is no piace for a
poor man.
Anderson of the Cimarron,
was up this way last week.
’ The church organization at
' Lamport has been transferred to
the Wentworth church.,
The sand-hill gyp road to Elk
hart is nearly completed
Charley Sitten went to see the
jlentist at Elkhart last week. He
lost seven teeth by his throw
from his horse.
The mail gets in much sooner
since being brought by auto to
Stonington.
Greer Sitten says he wants to
engage harvest hands for bis
coming wheat crop.
i.
* ' A restaurant and store maybe
put up on the Elkhart road near
Lamport in the nea - future.
The letting of the mail route is
’ creating quite an interest.
James Merriott is in very bad
" health in Missouri.
H. G. Greer is hauling hay
from Levi Stafford’s.
Dick Fowler was over here a
few days ago.
People generally report a goo 1
stand of wheat.
J. Ollie ArHer of Stonington,
/ill own th:d land just as soon
as the government accepts his
.credentials, which were present
ed to county judge Jackson on
the 18th inst, .. itii Geo. Kc le,
as corroborating witness.
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RESTATTEJIiTT:
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Shoe Cobbling a Specially —next door.
...Watch This Space...
New Rule Ad of
sssaD p nyrmi
=ss=,i Ja.U. uUI lUIN
Next Week.
WILL HAVE A ,
Sheeting
SS MATCH
50 T crrRJSZIErH-S.
Bring your sliob guns and 22 rifles and get a
Thanksgiving Dinner.
J-. IF’.. H AKRISOTrj
r'SUNDAY’S GARAGE
I Carrying U. S. Mail Daily between Lamar and spring r
I tick! j
Leaves Lamar 8:00 a. in. Leaves Snringfield
1:30 d. m. I
DAILY
We earnestly solicit passengers .end express.
Call at Sunday's Garage, Phone Lamar 1-3-9
or Herald at Springfield.
FARE $3.50 ONE WAY
III! THE Kli.L'R STL HE HI!- ,
DRY GOODS GROCERIES
Crockery, Miscellaneous Hardware, ,
Tobaccos, Flour, Grain, Confections. Etc.
Samson "Wind Mills.
A. A. PEKKEY. SFtiNGfIELD.
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It Locating Real Estate H
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Livery and Garage g
g R. J. Homsher ' Sl Colorado: S
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W. P. Verity
Physifcian and Surgeon. ;
Two Buttes, Colo. 1
BUY QUALITY
It Pays.
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STRAIN BROS.
Lamar, Colorado.
i I
| KONKEL’S STORE
STONINGTON, COLORADO
For
i Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Etc.
GOODS FIRST CLASS- QUICK SERVICE
' fiKIKS&SHBIS!
The prices are as low as you will find in larger stores,
! and in many cases lower.
The expenses at this place are light, and where ex
penses are light prices can be low —and here they are low
Your Business Solicited.
TERMS CASH.
Geo. Eyvip ftopkei,
Proprietor.
I
+ J. M. WILLIAMS, Pres. CHARLES MAXWELL, Vice-Pres. ! I
Y L. J. BORING. Cashier. J. D. SPOONER, Ass’t. Cashier )
| CITIZENS STATE BANK j
| LAMAR, COLORADO. I
? CAPITAL STOCK $35,000 *
i SURPLUS $lO,OOO
j We invite you to transact your business with this £
* bank, and endeavor to give prompt and efficient service {
1- by personal and courteous treatment to cur customers. .t
i DIRECTORS)
£ J. M. WILLIAMS, CHARLES MAXWELL, GEO. A. EVERETT, i
I. L. MAXWELL, L. J. BORING, }
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The New Store
We call your particular attention to our complete line of
Fall and Goods
We have a full line of the following Men's and Boys'
Corduroy and fancy Golf Caps
! Sheep Lined Coats, Sweaters, W 00l Shirts
Winter Utlderwe&r For Tidies, Gents, and Children
Ladies and Misses Auto Hoods and Scarfs.
Stetson and Imported Beaver Hats for Men.
Chiviots, Ginghams, Outings, and Wool Dress Goods Always on Hand
Star-Brand Shoes For All the Family.
Blankets, Comforts, and Horse Blankets. 4-Buckle Overshoes!
Bed Springs and Mattresses, A Full 1 ino ° r
g>tapk anil Jffattnj GDrnrrrirs, FlOllF jj Feed.
When Buying Buy the Best at X3jA'.
Full Value for u-r Money at I Y L* 0 \
\ Baca eo. People w, ’™ t Z!r ar
j Exceliei RJms e ' Good The Savov.
j Chas. Alberti, Prop., North Main.
r»SBS®3BSESBCSeEB2^X®*r»jj
HARRISON & WILLIS J
K Locators and i
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| ..Real Estate.. |
Lvn.as, • • eoLo. js
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PATENT
■ VALUABLE INFORM A
TION FREE
If you have an invention or ar.y pat
■ ent matter, write immediately to|
W. W. Wright, registered attorney. B
Loan * Trust Bldg., W»sMlll{t (
■HBMBSSaiQS^SaaK?ft»S2>fifc2£2aa.-rKa%. .WSfiKSEHEMI**'P 1 ii*?r rr_ :rl-T.?£L • -.:..
I ARE YOU POSTED?
I Not only on Posts, but Barbed Wire and Field
Fence. We have a complete stock of Fainted
and Galvanized Barbed Wire, also Universal
and National Fence -the best made.- We also
have White Cedar and Red Cedar Posts all sizes
OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU
THE W„ M. DICKINSON LUMBER CO.
| PHONE LAMAR 46 LAMAR. COLORADO
MI aBBHnNHRSBSS*S •
W. IV Dunlap «>f rodlov, while!
in Pueblo recently, was !nl<: up
and relieved of such of Ids | ort
'nbles as the robber l.lio,i;<iit ii• 111
to be over burden’tl wit b, consist - :
, tingof his watch ami pocket book,
j Up at Pueblo such little uscap- j
ades are considered to be acts
\ of courtesy.
K Lepel returned Tuesday :
from a trip to Kansas City and
Denver. At the dinner sta
j tion he was taken very ill, hut
I was well enough Wednesday
’ morning to continue his jorncy
ion home. He took his cattle to
Kansas City and sold them on a
good market.
it. B. Brown, Pica. A. N. Parrish, Vice-Pres.
W. C. Gould, Cashier.
j Jftat Natuuutl Hattk | #
4' jsS«E®!€!3®3Sg<gK;€3S«K^S«VS.«;.'Si^2'aSSE«S®S^B
Lamar, Colorado. #
W- Capital Stock $50,000.00
# Surplus - - $35,000.00 M
j Wo take special pains in the handiinß of all good business p|§-
i Tl:—. R- B- BHOWN, A. N. Parrish, M,
tumiora: w. c. gould, m. d. thatcher,
T. M. Brown. jp-
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MOIIIIENTSI
Quality First!
Quarry to Customer Latest Designs
One Cost, First Class Work.
When in need of Memorial work. Iron fences or any worK in granite marble
or stone, you will save Money and time by consulting,
j* j* S. M KonkeS.
HeJald’s Ollice, --- Springfield, Colo.
As representative of the largest and best equipped concern in the West,
Messrs Bills Bros., of Denver, Mr. Konfcel has, at thife time a specially selected
iine of attractive designs, which he will be pleased to show you.
Do not place your order elsewhere until first inspecting these designs.
Don’t let your money get out of the State, patronize a Colorado industry
and you will keep your money at Home. We need our own, the East has e*
nough.
Get Your Order in
For that Winter Suit of Clothes.
Ge o. Ervin Konkel of Stoning Ton, is agent for the Dixie Tailoring Co.
of Chicago, and he will Guarantee Satisfaction and a Perfect Fit.
When the cloth<s are made for you they will fit You and not some
other fellow. Style, Quality, Price,
Terms, part cash with order, balance wh< » suit is received.
Geo. Eprip fCopkel,
Stoning-ton, Colo.
| |>:u county will be at the
| slate ;•••; •hors* meeting at Pucb*
.k. From Spring
! it, *; V.: ' be M rs. Oldem and
iMiss K lehae! Alexander, and
j possibly Mrs. Pliegley and Miss
I Gordon. From Two Buttes,
Prof .Johnson, the two Misses
Herberts, and L. Lacy. From
\hms. : I la ra Harnet, and possibly
j Misses Whitaker and Yokley.
McFarland, salesman for tlie
I lomo Range Stove i Jo, of St. Lou
is, was with us the first of the
week in the interest of his com
pany. The company sells by a
: gents only, and has 400 wagons
! on the road at this time.

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