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Elbert County tribune. (Elizabeth, Colo.) 1921-19??, October 07, 1921, Image 8

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| NOTICE! ~|
:| Painting, Paperhanging and Wall |
I Tinting 5
I Also first class Auto painting and |
I Furniture refinishing j
| E. S. HAYDEN, Phone 162, Elbert, Colo |
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Wirt. Harris’ Wholesale & Retail
MEAT MARKET
LOCATED IN HARPERS STORE
HOME MADE SAUSAGE, FRESH
EVERY DAY.
The Place Where You Got Good Meat
At the Right Price.
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
Ship Your Calves Free—No Commit*- f
eion.
J2,t , r t— ODD FELLOW LODGtf
NO. 88.
n’**etf t\i2 2nd and 4th SatvtfayB of
Each Month,
l*i the I. O. O. F. Hall.
El ’OUT CAMP NO. 15N
sfHeft
Meets at I. O. O. F. Hall, every
Tuesday Evening.
Visitors Welcome
The first entertainment of this
winter’s plays for Elbert, will be
MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10,
at the Schoolhouse Auditorium.
Mary Hollingsworth, in her in
terpretation of the Play—
“THE PRINCE CHAP."
Her audiences love every charac
ter. You will forget the presence
oof Miss Hollingsworth und Bee and
live only with the characters as she
protravs them.
The shows this winter will be
the very best obtainable. The
citizens of Elbert, who signed up
to have these winter entertainments
are: L. G. Oaks, J. D. Foster, C.
O. Peterson, G. R Rrown. Larsen
Brothers, E, Johnson, W. L. Foster, '
T. W. Wirav, It J. Eisner, Charles
Larsen. T. T. Kelley and A. Nep
niau.
Buy a season ticket for $2.00.
which entitles you to ALL five 1
shows. Tickets may be had at 1
Larson Bros. Garage, Post Office cr
T. W. Wray Creamery.
GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! '
FONDIS ITEMS.
The threshers climbed the bluff
late lost week and ar© working west- 1
ward. Some good yields are reported
by people around here. Warren
Good had som<» rye that went 27 bu.
per acre. I
Lota of people arc hauling beans
and grain. People sometimes have 1
to wait in line for hours at the ele- r
vntors. Wo hear thp price dropped t
from $8.75 to $3.50 for beans Satur- >
day. ‘
I
Don Good, George Bates and Hurry
lender departed by flivver Saturday
for Florida. s
e
Wnv Herald and family returned 1
Tporsdav from n week’s visit with
friends in Canon City.
i
Toe Malloy returned from a visit a
with his sister, Mrs. Alice Cain, and h
family at Tabenash.
We hear stock did not sell very
well at the Bates sale Better time
to buy than to sell, we think.
Robert Ahl made his last
trip on route B Friday, that Is he
got as far as Fondls, then got Harry
Bender to make the north end as
his auto wasn’t working right. Sat
urday John Pangbum was greeting
the patrons on the route.
Charles Schaner went to Denver
one day last week to try to straighten
out some trouble about his home
stead entry.
Ross Howard and Martin Malloy
started Monday for the oeet fields
near Longmont where they expect to
work through the season.
Mr. Wave Is putting a sixteen foot
stave addition to his silo.
We hear that Mrs. Courter Is doing
ns well as could be expected since
her operation.
Mr. and Mrs. McCully made a busi
ness trip to Kiowa Saturday. Tues
day. he had to go to Calhan to get
repairs for his pump. John McCune
Is helping him get It In working or
der.
SCHOOL NOTES.
Miss Corbett has her classes pretty
well organized now, and those who
haven’t started should hurry up or
they will have hard work keeping up
with the early birds.
The four Polster children started
Tuesday. The enrollment Is now
seventeen.
The pupils are very much interes
ted in a swarm of bees that took up
their abode in the wall of the coal
house. They watch the bees work and
can see to honey comb through the
cracks.
School hasn’t started yet In Dis
trict No. 29, as they have no teach
er yet. A Miss Tesaonl of Frederie
was to teach but she was offered a
more congenial position at home.
Three of the districts around UonUs
were fortunate enough to secure
teachers who lived near enough to go
home Friday evenings, and one did
not. It will be harder each year - to
get teachers to tackle these one horse
schools. We must have better con*
dtions or no schools. And there must
be schools.
ELBERT LOCALS.
Geo. Hays and family have moved
into the Mowrey cottage.
Fred Albln of Kiowa was in Elbert
Wednesday enroute on a. pleasure
trip.
Last Sunday John Mulligan, on tlr'e
Paul Jones ranch, while trying to
procure some honey, had the misfor
tune of being stung by a bee in the
white of the oye. Dr. Denney treat
ed him and he soon got over the
painful experience.
Jackie Harper has turned his shoe!
shining business over to Floyd Mend-!
er who will now serve you. Jack
helping him out on rush nights.
The Windsor creamery will soon
bo in operating order. The boiler
and smoke stack and machinery have
been installed.
This Page used for Elbert
Exclusive
I Mrs. Geo. Sultz was shopping in
I Denver Tuesday.
The show given by the Shorthorn '
[ Breeders Association at the pavilion
was a success and the people en
’ joyed a treat of good music and sing
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Nouinan, at
companied by Miss Kinma Neuman,
aiitoed trf Denver Saturday, return
ing Tuesday.
Many Elbertites attended the Wml
Poison public sale near Elizabeth on
the 4th. Nearly everything brought
top notch prices.
Geo. Griffin is helping Roy Wheel
er in the blacksmith shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Larsen and
baby visited In Castle Rock Tuesday
Forrest Vail and Doc Colbert re
turned from their Indiana auto trij
Monday. They had a fine trip, ex
periencing much tire trouble going
and much engine trouble comlnt
back; but on the whole the trip wilt
fine.
Mr. Vail's father arrived from In
diana Tuesday on a visit here to set
Colorado. They will soon leave foi
' Utah where Forrest Vail owns some
land.
John Rhudy and Geo. Gleffe wen
both in to see Dr. Denney Monday;
both are suffering from very sort
1 eyes*.
Wild ducks are reported to b<
quite plentiful around here this fall
Nellie Fredenburg of Elizabeth i:
* working for Mrs. Pierce at the Beu
iah hotel.
Roy Brown this week purchased a
brand new Ford car.
Miss Richardson of Parker, whr
has been visiting at the Wutts liomt
returned to her home Monday.
Chas. Melburn was transacting
f business in the Springs Tuesday.
News is very scarce this week. Nr
•no seems to have committed any
uns worth reporting.
Monday night. October 10th, first
lumber of the Lyceum at school
• bouse. Get your season tickets now
, *t Larsen BroH., Tom Wray or at
. post office.
Mrs. Van Temmen has been visit
ng with her daughter, Mrs. Skoog.
I n Denver a few days.
A. Van Temmen bought a pure
•red bull from Ed Orin last week.
j The Ladies of the Presbyterian
l burch will give a dinner at the I. O.
I Hall Wednesday, October 12th
, for the Shorthorn sale.
Henry Matthews of Mead is visit
ing his brother. C. A., and family.
, Born to Mr. and Mrs, Glen Brown
t October 1st a daughter.
. Frank McNamara met with a very
s Painful accident by being bucked off
) a horse which he started to ride af-
I ter tlie cows. The dog barking and
, jumping at the horse’s nose caused
, the horse to buck. Mr. McNamara
fell ou his back, severely spraining
it and laying him up several days.
Rev. Father Bastian left Wednes
day for Wray, his new field of work.
He will be succeeded here by Fathei
Murphey of Denver. A farewell re-
I ceptlon was given him Monday eve
ning by his congregation.
Mr. and Mrs. EJler Rasmussen are
! spending the week in Denver. Art
G&rbardi of Fondis is attending to
the creamery.
i Roy Brown made ail official trip
to Colorado Springs Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cox and chil
dren outoed to Wray Saturday to
;-pend the week with relatives.
I Ralph Baldwin, who has worked
at Gates’ store the past year, and
made friends while there, severed
his connection and is working for
Ennr.ette Blakiey.
Dick Morgan passed through El !
bert Saturday with a string or out
law horses enroute to Castle Rock
.'•ssistd by Clifford Casev and John
LUInrer. and from there they go to
Calhan fair.
T r- ‘-T- -T-- *s^4
Eustace Little of Kiowa was up
-one day lust week and informs us
he has bought the Gates store there.
LADIES’ AID MEETING.
The Christian Ladles’ Aid t-i •
with Mrs. Hei »i o n Beckman Scptem
tier, 22nd. Each lady took one arti
cle of food for the dinner which, with
the generous provision of the hostess,
was served cafateria. The afternoon
was very profitably spent in sewing
for the bazaar and making aprons
which had been specially ordered. ■
The next meeting will be an all
day meting and ladies are requested 1
to provide for the dinner as usual.
LUTHERN SERVICES.
There will be Luthern serviies in
he Presbyterian church Sunduy.
October 16th. at 2:30 p. m.
Everybody invited.
Rev R. B. Wolfe, Pastor.
King Alfonso Is part owner of a
movie corporation. He knows where
real power lies.
It isn't the rooster’s early rising
that makes him unpopular; it's his
bilking about it.
Raw sugar at 4 cents Is an addi
tional reason for hoping for a big
fruit crop ibis year.
As the French see It, there must be
war reparation by Germany or war
preparation by France.
It Is pretty tough when you enn not
even give away a home in a fashion
able section of London.
The French Ideu seems to be that
the harder Germahy works, the more
she should be made to pay.
Until the aeroplane can be domesti
cated the automobile will continue to
be n popular household pet*
The American hen is now facing a
new yellow peril; 500.000 Chinese eggs
have arrived in this country.
Statistics show that while the cost
of living has dropped, there is plenty
of room below for improvement.
An Important item In the return to
normalcy Is to teach the girls to wield
the broomstick as well as the Up stick.
That wave of crime which is inun
dating the world Is probably nothing
but the recession of the tidal wave of
vnr.
French bachelors are to he taxed to
aid the babies of the benedicts. Still,
bachelors do not have to walk the
floor.
Many have tried but none has yet
found a satisfactory way to Invest!
gate a gasoline tank with a lighted
match. *
If love scones are barred from high
school plays, think wlmt an Inestim
able loss the American stage will
suffer.
When men demanded that their
women folk wear rubbers, they never
expected the horror of unbuckled
•miosc.er,
■ : — '.I $653.00
For the lum-
P b e proud to own and
SEE FLOOR PtANS OTHER HOMES live in.
COME TO OCR OFFICE AND SEE OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT!
THE COMPLETED P.LCK PRINTS- III, .'Wwl
J l’ST HOW CAREFULLY EVERY HA S MANY OTHER PLANS -BOTH #
DETAIL IS ARRANGED TO GIVE LARGE AND SMALL- ACTUAL SerVICC
YOU THE MOST COMFORT AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF WHICH WE _
CONVENIENCE. WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU. That
WE IIA’. E ARRANGED WITH A THIS WILL HELP YOU TO DECIDE
' lRPENTER CONTRACTOR AND Q> . JUST XH E HOME PLAN THAT OUllciS
CAN GIVE YOU A CAREFUL ESTI
MATE OF THE COMPLETED ' VIL “ GIVE ' 01 LASTING SATIS- D
mouse. faction. joetier
We arc glad to offer this service to you—come in and take advantage Building'S
ot it—it is a pleasure to help you. ®
ELBERT LUMBER COMPANY, Elbert, Colo-
J. E. .MAYER, President JAS. RINGOLP. Dlr*clor
A H. MAYER, Cashier L\ REILM. Director
Ok Elbert County Bank
ELBERT; COLORADO
Incorporated State Bank
Cash Capital $25,000
Examined Regularly bv the State Bank Comrr ission
Make your credit good by doing your hanking businest* with th*» »> ,i**»f
• established banking institution in Elbett county.
An exclusively banking husine.-*K conducted.
FIREPROOF VAULT. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOK KrfNT
The First National Bank
Capital $lio,0()(J Elbert, Colorado. Surplus s2.of ('
Member of the Federal Reserve System.
Officers and Directors
3 u - J Pres. Irn B. Cufteel, Vice Pre». A. W. Mu-Vuivy, Cnsiiler
D. K. Burnside I*. 11. Mulligan B. M. Xtrron Theo. Neuman
Do Your Banking with a National Bank
Under Supervision of
The United States Government
Checking Accou .If. 4 percent Interest paid r.n Saving
Account' and on 'lime Certificates of Deposit.
... HWS——,
» 810 Bflßn
DANCE
At HENRY HOPPMAN’S RANCH
Two Miles West of Elbert
Saturday Evening,
Oct. 15th
Music By
Elbert Jazz Hound Orchestra
Tickets, $l.OO. War Tax, $ .10.

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