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Big Public Sale of Real estate
Thursday, Decern’. 5. ,\t Stonington, fiaca County, Colorado. I will tell at Public auc ion to the Highest bidder oommenciog promptly ofc 10 o'clock a. in. 8,960 Acres of Land to be sold ifi 100 aare Tracts. •mam sm ■■ A Two-sixths cash, one-sixth in two years, three TpRMS sixths in rive years Will furnish abstract I ■illlllw showing mo chantable title and warrantee deed upon the payment of the iwo-sixths cash and the execution of a mo rtgage for the balance of the purchase price. Seven per cent interest per annum will be charged on the deferred payments. For further information write or wire W. J. Holeman, Owner, Hugoton, Kans, J. D. Barmere, Auct.. Rolls, Kansas. What You Want j When You Want It Where? | • At The Big Store AT RICHARDS. COLO. Not a more complete stock to be found in the county. Two large departments, are filled to the brim—-Everything for in the bouse and on the farm. Clothing, Hats, Caps. Boots, and shoes Everything for the Table. Everything for the Kitchen Burners, Stoves. Ranges, Cutlery, China *are, Tinware. I Earthenware, Well Supplies. BARBED WIRE! Farm Tools, and ; P. R. MURPHY, Prop. J Richards. Colorado, *. ... 1 i ®Buy More War Saving 'lX7' C G !r”. behind on its mot siynias scamps qu ; ,a - t co '° ISSUED SY THE rado must go HUTTED STATES over the top on GOVERNMENT War Saving, Stamps. W e have, the most complete line of fall and winter goods, such as mackinaws, shoes, Caps, winter underwear. Everything to eat and wear will be found with reasonable prices At, FLINT & HAQERMAN’S THE STORE OF QUALITY. I J 1. The popular liquid -onn of hwoi ftp —kAU I X SSM £xss?Jsssi& ■“• I Z. The tablet form, which la aada ate tba tmm REMEMBER Uncle Sam Says for all Stores selling Groceries to dose- Thursday Nov. 28, 1918. We always like to mind our Uncle. Renv.mber that we still have lots of Merchandise that we are selling Cheap. Large Compound $2 50 Lnrite > nntross Syrup $l.OO Laun r Soap * 4 for .25 vtatctes per box 05 Prince Albert 7 runs for 1.00 Cranrieiries per qt. .15 Men’s Heavy Fleeenl Unionsmt* 2.00 Mon’s Tan Flannel Soirts 1.50 Men’s Grey Jersey 125 , Men’s Jersey Gloves 20 Men’s Heavy Canv.is Gloves .20 Men’s Light " " 2 pr. .25 Men’. Work Socks 2 pr .86 1 000 y is G > >d Heavv Pi innel, all patterns per yd. .86 Stroud’s (Sash Store Where It Pays to Pay Cash. Locals Dec 5-See bill*. Thursday Dec. 5. E. 11. Chatman, North Flat*. 81.50. ; December 5. Frad Willis was over from Vh, las Monday. Remember Dec. 5. Jim Smith, Plaes, Colo., $4 ®. J. O. Shepard, Clyde, 48.00- . Remember December 5. W. J. Holman. Hugotoa, Kana. : sßoo Remember Dec. 5. H. Amrine waa over from Vflaa un the 16U>. Remember Decern boo 6. Fred Holfiater waa over from Vilas Saturday. i Remember December 5.1 I Zayda Russell is helping out in the Stroud store. Thursday, Deoomber 5. F D. Wallace of Sandy Soil was in Springfield on the 15tb. Thursday, December 5. Roy Bodges, former clerk in the Stroud store, returned from | camp the first of the week. Geo. Loveall took charge of the Dickey garage, which he bought e short time ego, on the 16th. Thßreday, December 5. I T. C. Bimpeon, Ztae, $1,501, Mr. Birr peon orders his paper to | Canton, Kane., for the winter. Notice the new ad. of the Kon j kel store at Stonington, one of the heat trading points in Baca 1 eoontj. | Remember December 5. I Otto Kieenaki Friday brought •up young Snider to join the col-. | ora. and then learned that the leali was recalled. i Eldridge, Roy end Fred Bryan land Lowell Jones wore in town Friday. The last two were here to join the colors, but learned the nail •a» off. t Remember December 5. I Attorney Chaa. Doughty waa down from Lamar over Bnndav. We presume and hope It won’t be ione until the young attorney will h<* hack to a lay. FOR ftATJB-86 aerea mala* I fodder with grain, and 8 scran cane fodder. 1 ml. south of Vilas. | Write or call d 8 6 J. D. McConnell. Remember December 5. I F. Y. Dorn of West Plata i brought in some regular old fash-1 ioned com last week, grown on his ranch. Hie com will make 37| bushel* to the acre. The editor •' cured all right* and title to an O. I. C. Wlnohem ter pig of E. H. Chatham of North Flats. If we haven’t the n*me right ask Chatham and he will tell yon. Remember December 5- ■: Did vou not'C" the Mcflvaine- 1 Cox ad la*t week? Thl» company; onn loan yon mdney bn yonr] 'and, Jin.l they have n large list' of lands at their dlapoaal. Call and them.. ! Remembei Dec. 5. j Benny Yearvor of Uttlewil e reporu an excellent crop • r .i-ed | 11,660 pound* of b»ar>*. and oth-, ■ - things in proportion. He. took hit be«ns ro Lannr la*t week and recess'd 85.6 ft per hundred. Remember December 5. Public Sale Suedekum and Downey will -ell at public auction 82 head of cattle, a- number of horses and colts, separator, ice-cream frees, er. stove and furniture. m«i*e land feed, oo Monday the 2nd of Dec, 6 miles N. W. of Two Bnttes. Thuradry, Dec. 5. The postoffice wt s closed most of Monday on account of the pnatmaster and assistant having the Hues. Mlsa Alta Land out up the flrst-claas ; meil, but a* she wasn't over the flues, she ought n’t to have been in there even for that length of time. Remember December 5. W. J. Holman, the wholesale land man of Hngoton, "'Kans., waa in town over Sunday, end arranged for the Greet County Builder to do some hollering tor Thursday, Dee. 5. Mr. Holman la advertising Dec. 6 all the way from Dodge and Liberal to Trini dad. See ad. elsewhere for the why of It. r rness and Shoe Shop Harness Repaired and Oiled Shoe Repairing a Specialty Your Patronage Solicited ELA-lER., FMF WADE BROS. FEED BARN HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE If yan wanting Boiac*, Milk Cows or other stock aee PRINGFIELD, COLORADO THE 6. H. BROVN MFG. AND LUMBER GO. Spccaltles In -WORK Write for prices on Ready Cut Rafters, Window Frames, Door Frames built in work, and Interior Trim Lamar Colorado Corn, Wheat and Stock Ranches Wc Have the Most Complete List iu Baca, Bent, Kiowa and °l Selected Lands in The Prowers Counties State ol Colorado McILVAINE-COX REALTY CO. *fijftsaas MB hoists FRA^t> cox At Lowest Rates SPBIN6FIEL, BBLO. • - - - C. L. PEARGE, MSB. . I I ■■■!■! I, I ■ The ,fett Hardware and Lumber Company —Tin Shop and Furniture in Connections^ Now la the Time To save from ten to twenty-five per cent by grinding your grain . §Buy An jfn? International or Chalange feed grinder. ' That we guarantee to do the work. We also have the Internation fal Type M Kerosene Engines on exhibition and for sale. . jl|r We carry at all times a complete line of general hardware, him her, Farm implements, windmills, well supplies and china ware. WW Fixall and quality paints, stains and varnishes, “ When Repairing Your Home Use Fixall, the Varnish of Many Colors For Floors, Furniture and Hpuse Furnishing, Household and Screen Enamels. The Finish That Lasts For Automobile And Carriage Finishing. ./ LAMAR-SPRING FI ELD MAIL XjUnTIE I ' Leaves Lamar 7:00 a. m. leaves Springfield, 1:00 p. m. $2.50 one way, $5.00 round trip. We always make the the 4:16 train, going Cast Claude Jones,Frop. BAKER&KAISER Everything to eat and wear AT CASH PRICES FRESH BREAD AT ALL TIMES Center of Town SPRINGFIELD, COLORADO W.L THOMPSON Auctioneer Stuck Buyer Always have a nice lot of work Horses and Milch Cows for sale. Will go anv where and cry salts. Phone for dates at My ex pense, or make dates a Herald Office or eithet Bank. Ask anybody for I R eferenceS. ti A Ccirplde lire cl JTer’s £id Icjs Suits, (uim'i 1 1 1 (r j] ■ j and Slices, it lain Ilia. (i\ | Us a Call When in Lamar. Palace Clothier A. PULTZ /Eat Side 2 Doors South C’tizen Sisic Ecti, UN/E CCLO.