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JULESBURG GRIT-ADVOCATE
. THE GRIT PRINTING CO., Pubiishess
P. R. NcBOWELL, Prosident FRED B WILSON, Sesretary-Treaswer
E P. R. M<DOWELL, Rilter
Satesed ot the Pesteffiss ot Julssburg, Calevade, oo cssend class mall matter
SURSCRIPTION RATES: 8500 Per Yesr In Advense; SI.OO Sis Menths
et e e e
Thp e e e e
WATCH THE STREETS
After travelling over almost every
state in the wnien, gathering data of
! variews kinds for the government, an
W.fl returned to "m.t‘h“:
the statement that the
which impressed him most was the
way the smaller towns of the nation
permit their streets to be littered up.
d'il.rw‘-?m.
For even we are far ahead of
A I
|l ,su; i »1 SRRV ISTSUTN '
e T L OVARAVE N
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FIX UP THE FARM
' §il The regular spring building and “fix up the
| § farm” program will soon be here. Nothing i
1l looks better than a good fence and buildings
.l well painted and repaired. It always pays to
il start early.
' A For Building & Fencing Materials and Paint ‘|
' of all kinds go to the
| JULESBURG LUMBER COMPANY
"|| Phone Julesburg 4 G. W. POOL, Mgr.
More Price Reductions by | l
Hatvester Company |
< 3
| Entire Line of Implements |
| Now at LOWER PRICES }
B In view of the recent reduction in the price of
: steel, we now announce lower prices for our entire |
, line of farm machines and implements not covered )
by reductions previously announced. |
| All lower prices take effect at once |
- The reduction in the price of steel comes after all
the material for the machines and implements we ‘
| ;vflls::lthisyearhasbeenthzmvidue?a,andwflltherei ,:
| ore have no bearing on the man ing costs o
| such machines. However, it does enable fbe Com- |
| pany to buy materials at lower prices for future
i manufacture, and in accordance with our an
nounced policy we now quote those prices, the |
Company taking the loss on machines nYready fin
ished and materials on hand.
Full information regarding our lower prices on
; binders,mowers, and all other harvesting, haying and
| ‘corn machines, tillage implements, tractors, engin
i andallotherlHCfarmmachinescanbeobtainfi
£ _ from any International Dealer.
[ | INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY |
& CHICAGO OF AMERICA USA *,
92 Branch Houses and 15,000 Dealers in the United Slates
T
some of our neighbors i respect,
n--tm'thlv.c?:hutht
,m-.unhr-hm‘
, , which they don’t want into the
\M Banana skins, apple peel, tin
lau.mm.u-ofinumt«dfl
| shoe and hats are tossed in the street
‘-ndldttotheh.uutodispuol.‘
| All of which is a very ugly practice,
| as well as an unhealthy ons. If we
| kesp our houses healthful on the in
side we've got to keep the surreund
|ings healthful. And we can't do that
% ]
by littesing up the strests and allegs
| n-'fi-.uau'mc"&u
--the deing oo
'm.-m'quuu.-u
each citizsen to appeint himeslf & com
mittes of one to sos thet cur styests
| and sidewalks are kept clean. Den't
’MW:W-“
it you ses the other delag it,
':b--.-mundl&h-.m.
| ly, meighberly way that ought to
{ have movre pride in his home town
’Mbbn.lmmm
'| health, and the ‘of these who
' | come here to visit us by kesping our
-n_-ucha.no-nuq'ht-g;
' | bering towns may be doing along
CAN THE PREOPLE BE FOOLED?
3 huul_Gon:mu‘l"naklw—
| vison, presiden secretary respec
| tively of the American Federation of
| Labor, addressed mass meetings re
| contly to protest against “the nation
, | wide n shop movement.”
. lr.ogo-muuhbelhnd that
r“thAuriuapooph'hdMu.-uh
| to defeat military awtocracy in the
| last war will not now consent to the
swhstitution in the United States of
n“mmhh
| “Equal opportuni w,
before government and in the demo
cratic production of industry—that is
what we demand and nothing less will
a.dllyhbor.:.lk .
These men about “equal -
mnitybelonthh',uutfi:r’::-
tocracy and democratic production.”
Would either Gompers or Morrison
allow any fres born American citisen
to work at his trade beside one of
their union members if he did mot
have a card in the same union? No
they would let him starve in the street
orull-ltrihilun.l:rmhi
te work. Is this a sample of equal
non-itywhumymow? Is
do-ocuticmd’mfilz?umiuu
real laber autocracy r.
ers or Mr. Morrison answer. m
they allow a man to work in a so
e e A R L
pl!.u“h,efinfiou
are open move
:-tv&u&tht!‘::&adu-‘
shep program demies mll'!
zights guaranteed every byl
the cemstitution and about which Mr.
asnLLTI
e hl-i.lh‘:ldbold
s ser a requisite
m-t. The principle of laber|
il.lunlmo-&‘
much good but the demands of
Dot et e iog Ban R
man;
mflfiowm"’u
it both the laborer and the public.
SUNNY-SOULED MEN
What affords any mere pleasure
than mesting on the strest the man
whose soul is filled with sunshine?
The werld leves him, and at home it
is like a c‘ tonic %0 have him
|around. We have quite a few of this
kind in Julesburg, and the communi
%mh“%lwuu:;.
magic power to trensform try-
Hng situations is werth more than
w‘,h:ndualvnnnh-nlolbv
feel be had more to live for
when be sees their sunny smiles, hears
their words of good cheer and feels
| Luexy |
| STRIKE \
I cigarette
&
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tbeir.tplwil‘hnfihhu ton
tluhbe..u"h“tnmtm(h
is to carry own sum
lhimrlgl\tsmudvir“;wun
aclowdhricbu‘uuggww
ery condition of life. rwh
'miwl:u?vm,hu‘
Pprovol s
& man smile when he foels blue—it’s
worth everything to possess. And
the young man who is soon to start
out into the world for himself could
not do a wiser thing than cultivate
the sunshine habit.
TO MOTHER
Sunday, May Bth is “Mother’s Day.” |
On that day let us pay tribute to
Mother. Most of the geod things in
this life come to us in two and threes,
mwhm—mana
stars, sunsets, rainbows, brethers P
sisters, aunts M“fi comrades
MMM&O Mother in
this wide, wide te me.
— ) ——
Sometimes we fool liks wo would
get better resuits if we paid our com
gressmen and senaters en & piece
time basis.
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discovering a extract gold
nddlnrfu-::’fl“m
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It is reported from various sections
that housewives in their spring clean
\mfihmfldflm”u-fl,
‘ -pint bottles as they used to.
e— ) —
| About the only difference thege is
| botween a reformer and a knecker is
| the kknocker doesn’t ask to be paid
| for it. ;
—— Y ——
| Every Julesburg mother thinks that
| her boy acquired his meanness from
| that measly kid next door.
) — PP e
| Wae don’t know enct.l{ what Ireland
| e 1o G Eies o b "he
. n
im’tmlinclovrm.
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Every ta: er is now ready to
swear that t!.h’e.’ war wasn’t fonzit in
;‘kr:nce, but in the tax assessor’s of-|
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A pipe’s a pal packed with P, A.!
‘ Seven days out of every week you’ll get real smoke
joy and real smoke contentment—if you’ll get close-up
toa jimmy pipe! Bu_y one and know that.for yourself!
Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a
- pipe’s the greatest treat, the happiest and most appe- S e
tizing smokeslant you ever had handed out! ““":'4 o tovvy red
You can chum it with a pipe—and you will—once “-::.."-“.‘..’.‘}E.’
. . o humidors and in the
you know that Prmce' Albert is free from Gite and pound cryetel gless
parch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) e oseney
Why—every puff of P. A. makes you want two more; e pp—
every puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the A umnRREED?
last! You can’t resist such delight! N ——
And, you’ll get the smokesurprise of your life when PRINCE ALY
you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such entic- /1— X
* ing flavor you never did know! And, P. A.staysputbe- [ 4K
cause it’s crimp cut—and it’s a cinch to roll! You try it! ‘ j
Rl NGE ' BEm . .') ‘ ‘:t ‘ ‘:‘ i~
' nc'l'fu'.“l.:!_:';.'a.
the national joy smoke Winsten Saiee,
Wall Paper
A fine new line at right prices. 1000 Rollsat
Fr0m..............10Cents te 25 Cents
These are Close-outs and worth three times
the prices we are asking.
9x12 China Rugs, regular value $13.50,
Our Bargain Price ...............$9.89
Only a few of these rugs left.
Good Axminister Rugs, from. . ....$42.00 Up
Tapestry and Wiltons at Greatly Reduced
FURNITURE — UNDERTAKING
'"MUSIC & WALL PAPER
STORE PHONE 61
‘ W. J. MeCOY 36W G. . AUSTIN s&J
JULESBURG .- COLORADO

| .
Announcement
I have purchased the Stewart & Smith Plumbing es
tablishment in Julesburg, and will continue the business at
the same location. I will carry a complete line of plumbing
supplies and fixtures, and will endeavor to give my pa
trons first-class work at reasonable prices. Estimates oa
mkhdo!aplumblujobghufully.im,nomttuhow
large or small. Your patronage solicited. Let ma_take
care of your plumbing needs. lam at your service.
- W. C. Brandt

Let Grit-Advocate Want-Ads Supply Your Needs.
THURSDAY. MAY & 1921

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