[F SALE-‘ 100 "ins', im cherry
ee », 50 and 25 cents each,
dhey are first class in every I
respect; ready to heel in for
E. K-rerson, Springfield.
Mr. Daniels and daughter,
living southwest, were trading
in town the first o K -
H. G. Wilson oi the Cimarion
sojourned in tow <>vei Monday
Both of the Green mail cars
V re loaded Tuesday with home
Mrs. Loveall and daughter
Pearl are visiting relatives in
Kansas and Oklahoma.
(J. G. Patterson and family
ate thanksgiving dinner at the
Rinehart dinner -'ation.
A. Brother ot the McNiclili
Bros, is here from Staffou
h alts, visiting friends and rel
A brother of Don Van Wormer
< Rolla, Kans., was in the cov.n
the first of the week on real
Dick Wright of Fstelene
s >ent his thanksgiving in
h pringfield. and Mrs. Wright
lent hei> r.amar,
R. O. Nance of Slonington ha
ined the happy Herald family;
d we liave room for a few
or.- good Stonirgton people.
Jas. A. Tamer of Whittle',
alif., an old-time Baca county
.is here visiting relatives and
oscoe Kemper was currying
inn in a sling the lirst ol '-hi
\ got it bruised in attemp.-
, (.j head off his team ounday.
,i . McMellon and C. S.
of Hudson, loa., were
Oiling over the country the
rat of the week, and also vis
vlng tlie doctor’s brother who
If the population south and west
days wit'i us, Springfield pre
tinct iu 1916 wi ! cas‘ 6 0 v tee.
E. Lepel and sun George ol
;os ton, were in town Wtdnes
ray. The T,epels, besides be
ing sto.kmen, are among the
most thorough and extensive
farmers in the county.
H. K. Ellis of Stonington, who
is the same H. K. Ellis whether
he wins or loses, either at a game
of dice, which he never plays, or
at a game of politics, went to the
trouble and expense of bringing
Charley Woolley and Jay Nance
to town, to get a little more land
for himself and to give the boys j
a little outing. Judge Allen dir!
the rest of it.
Four loads of Springfield peo
ple took an outing to the cedars
Sunday, gone all day, and took
53 camera views of the cedars
country,. The party consisted ot
tile following: R. L. Hethock
and family, A. A. Denney and
f mily, The Misses Amy Me
l - re,Ruth HomsVier, Ella Land,
E liter Wallace, Mamie Rose,
1 ,r! Faeer, and Mrs. Glasgow;
a. J Messrs. Fred Speyers,
I to Wade, Roy Deuney, Herb
!i tusher, Hayes, and Floyd
~ o fTi 'u |
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■ ‘ Lamar, Colorado.
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WM. C. WASHBUN, MANA6R
situation in in vour win
the Colorado -—?
coal Fields S2L2. —. 9U PPiX
has changed while the
i very little from grice_isj££
last winter. * and while it is
From all indi- pnnnibe to get
cations at the U We have
present time about lhOtoT^
the coal situa- n# S ugarite 2
• tion this year —— . “
. O will be as bad Canonntstor;
or worse than H age now,
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