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La Junta tribune. (La Junta, Bent County, Colo.) 1881-1939, August 19, 1903, Image 2

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. aooD'-Tj'reT"sale |
J The story in a nut shell. Instead of having: a Closing-out-Sale in #
i September we put September prices on right now, when Summer Ji
# Goods are selling—when there are yet two months of summer weather-
J All the Summer Goods in the store have been marked down, so that V
J your dollars will do double duty now. J
5 Blue suits with white dots: V L'hoiee of any <>f our regular 10 cent One lot of all wool walking skirts, J
W early price B.SO, now OmiO Batistes, Lawus or Ditiii- AC gray or green, black or blue P
# White Oxford suits that V7C ties, now •"«* Briiliantine skirts, l.lacx Eta- A
gk were 10.00, are now 0»I0 Choice of any regular 15 cent AQ mine skirts, prices 5.00, 57C A
£ White Oxford suits that V •JC g<ssls, now c * lo,c * * j
were 7.00, are n0w.... £t»IO Choice of any 2<* or 25 cent tVI Silk Skirts that were for- |A CA J
5 White Lawn suits, U-autifully trim- goods now •■•’2 merly 15.00, now only • J
P med with embroidery TAA Wash gomls that were -'l5 IB Silk Skirts that were for- ACA V
were 8.00, are now only d»vv cents, are now only »IT merly 12.n0, now only P
Linen suits, early price was 2CA Wash gissls that were 50 Silk Skirts that were for- 7CA A
A 7.75, are now 0n1y.... OsOW cents, are now only •mO merly 10.00. now only A
2 Linen suits, early price was AyC Wash good that were f>s 52 All other skill' at a discount of 25
* 11.00, are now cents, are now only *9O |>er cent.
.-'un'iner pme formerly 1 . mi. now... . *65 Black I'mbiellas, that were J
- ( liiMn-n * SuiHlnls that w«.*ru Off formerly 1.00, now only
¥ -so <» » T li# j
Q ( hiJdrei) h >2inilal* that were | (\[\ formerly I.M», now only ,#fW
A formerly 1.50, now I«W Black Umbrella', that were | A
£ CHIDT WAKTS Children’s Snudals that were | formerly 2.00, new only 9m*o j
J Ollini TTrtUIJ. formerly 1.75, n0w.... *•*«* Black Umbrellas, that were I7C i
5 Choice of any colored shirt <jr formerly 2.50, are now ■•««/ J
Y waist in tiie house at ... •£>*} CUApC Black Umbrellas, that were 7AA £
J There are among the lot waists VAA JIIWCJ. formerly ;t.(Hi, are now A.W W
f that sold up to Ladies’or Misses’ shoes that IIC _
A Any of our large line of white waists were 1.50 l»IO
• at half price. ladies’or Misses’shoes that ICA OXFORDS*
A —— l ——were 2.im i, now I*«JV •
• HfIQIFPV Ladies’or Misses’shoes that |VC Indies’ Oxfords that were for- I|C
V lIUOIUVI* were -_».;.i», now ••*«> merly 1.50, now A
J Black Ijice Hose that were 75 ff/h Indies’ or Misses’ shoes that 7?C Ladies’Oxfords that were for- |CA J
J cents, are now 0n1y.... *d" were 3.n0, now Lml*3 merly 2.00, now I**JV V
5 Black Lace Hose that were 50 Off Indies’or Misses’shoes that 2AA Indies’ Oxfords that were for- |V C Y
P cents, are now only *9O were 4.00, now O*W merly 2.50, now •
W Black Lace Hose that were 25 iff - lilies’ Oxfords that were for- VOR i
A cents, are now 0n1y.... *IO Choice of any I’araso] at half price. merly 3.00, now.. ... •
£ On all goods not specially mentioned except Thread, Ginghams, £
Calico and Muslin, 20 per cent off regular prices.
£ Price* are good for one week onlg commencing August 17th. £
j c. f. kemdallT j
FRED B. MASON. EAKk ui Rnfrittor
Ebtrr~l at »»m* TVat • *««» »« !*• Junta. C«lo
ratlo aa mvowl claaa mail matter.
Subscription price. SI 50 a year if l*id in
kdttMr: If not |>aid la advaarc. 52.00
a year will b*efcaw<!
Official rapar af Sip# Cawaty aad lb«
City af la Jaa«a.
La JnrTi *M oryaaiad and laeurv>»ratad
to a a nmWrtke ai acral law* of t*a a«a*c
of Colorado. March IV WL t>a April Vl*®.
It turn — a city of the accoad claaa. Pbpo
latioT. larlmlin* addition, about 4>Utt.
■<*••• r» larraU nS to *
r.ua »nd pro*p*r<M* *«*>*a.H>.
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Trade at the City Pharmacy.
Trade at the Palace drag store.
See Denkia lac bread, cakes,
pies aad cookies.
Boy jroor dothiag o1 Hawkisa.
He is closing oat a fine stock ol
clothing, shoes, hats, furnishings, j
For up-to date wall paper call
upon Barr A Hotchkiss.
Three car loads of fruit jars just
received at Harbour's.
Engineer Joseph Posz was a
Pueblo visitor Monday on husi-;
Miss Grace Ginzel, of Colorado 1
Springs is the guest ol her cousin, 1
Miss Blanche Barngrover.
Leslie Whitten, of Woodward,
Oklahoma, is visiting his best girl
and old time friends in La Junta.
Miss Lulu Sears, of the local
telephone office, left last Saturday
for Denver to enjoy a two week's
vacation with friends.
Seventeen La Juntaites took
advantage of the low rates offered
by the Santa Fe last Sunday and
spent the day in Denver.
Miss Mabel Miller, of Platte
City, Mo., whs has been the guest
of Miss Mabelle Sebree for sever
al weeks, returned hoxe Monday
morning, on No. 8.
Mrs. J. L. Spalding and child- {
ten, who have been visiting rela
tives ia Washington, fad., daring 1
the post two months, rataracd 1
boom Moo day amraiag. I
Canon City Fair.
One of (lie events at the coming
meet of the Canon City Racing
! Association, to be held September
9th, loth and nth, that is sure to
interest visitors is the five mile
relay race, a change to take place i
i every mile, for which a cash purse
of (150, is offered. There will
also be other relay cowboy races,
sandwiched in among the various
numbers on the program, that
will be hardly less thrilling. Vis
itors to Canon City on the occa
sion alluded to will get their
money's worth.
Premiums for the Ladies.
The 'management of the State
Fair has not forgotten the ladies
this year by any means. A review
| of the premium list shows quite
the reverse to be true and in fact
a great many premiums have been
added to last year's list in the la
dies’ departments. The Colorado
women have displayed soch an in
tercst in the fair ever since its in
ception and the exhibits made by
them have been such a feature of
(be Ian that Ibis year the manage
aseat has endeavored "to give
further encouragement and ‘a
; wider field for thc-ir handiwork.
; The department of needle and
fancy work has been carefully re
vised and enlarged as has also,
i the pantry stores and cereal foods
1 department.
The date of the fair this year
is September 14th to iSth, and
there wiU he reduced rates to
Pueblo on all railroads during fair
week. '
Salvation Army Picnic.
Don’t forget the Salvatioo Army
’ picnic at the Fort Lyon beadgate,
Thursday, August 37th. 'This is
10 be an absolutely free outing for
sixty poor children, who will be
. provided with’lunches and amuse
, meat. Lieutenant J. Kaiser is
, distributing the tickets, and will
honor applications for same.
An invitation is also extended
to the frieoda and sympathisers of
the Salvation army to attend ao as
make the outing a grand success.
Refreshments can be secured at
the grounds. The Valley Livery
Stable will donate transportation
for the children to the grounds
aad pcoviainn will be made for
every one who makes, application
to LScmteaSnt Kaiser.
|Particular Printing!
S Your business is judged bythe char- w
X nc-ter ami quality cf your jiriuteil matter. yjf
ttjr Do you Sue the Lest! If we do your j.riutiug •
w you get X
iltet PiWaf pessfMe it lust passiMt prices.g
|We Like to Figured
fWe like to figure on the work you f
want, for we know the work we do ami the W
§ figures we make will lie satisfactory to you. X
We know the material used, and tflff judg- X
fment of our printers will give you a fine joli £
always W
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IA ItltplNt (ill Brafs Us It Ymr Office. |
[Sohro thim Conundrum. 1 .
Why do farmers pay a profit to hardware men on their har f
ness repairs when there is a good harness shop in La Junta? g
We will give the best whip or quirt in our harness shop to •
the petson giving the best answer to the above queston. Z
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j! If yon want good meats of J
< 1 ’ any kind say the word and gjve S
its a chance: the result will lie p
j i sure to satisfy you. |
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