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I—FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1921.
PAGE TWO THE VALLEY, THE STATE, THE WEST DIVINE FAVOR AND HELP. Crowds arc attending tho so •vices at a healing mission or faith revival being conducted in tho Eplso >nal church at La Junta by Rev. Mr. Bell, of St. Thomas chinch ir. Dsn ver. In a column account of on * of the meetings this week the Demo crat states: People stood in ce -iy available place and many were unable ; .o gaia admittance. Mayor Sabin introduced the Rev. Mr. Bell. Testimony was heard of healing accomplished Sat urday evening. Last night about 13 people presented themselves for heal ing some of whom won' instaiune ously healed and all received help. The meetings are an inspiration to all who attend. leather Beit is a convincing speaker, full of his ncs sage. Tho faith, tho hops and the assurance expressed oy eveiybody is r revelation. We went to tho meet ing with an open mind, and left with tho conviction that men can be and are healed by faith in the Son ot Man. Jesus Christ. There is a re\- erence and respect for Cod that one rarely meets elsewhere. We expand under the influence but there is noth ing exciting or emotional presented to cause us to do so. Tho hymns are tho well known tunes of our churches, and the ser mon is a straight forward exposition of what God is. and what the Sa viour does for his followers. WESTERN CONDENSATIONS. “Hard Times: Hard Times; Corns • gain no moh." This chorus from the oldtime negro melody will bo the official slogan for the Broadmoor hotel New Year's dinner-dance this v»ar. On Saturday evening not only the old year will bo kissed goodbye but the door will be slammed on the heels of Hard Times. The new quarters of the Flret Na tional bank of Fountain have been opened and dedicated with ceremon ies and the structure is regarded os one of the finest structures of its kind in the county. Built of tapestry brick and terracotta, the structure is n distinct addition to the town. A burglar-proof vault is one of the features. The state highway commission for the state of Colorado has formally accepted the tender of the old Colo rado Midland railroad roadbed, as a state highway. Spencer Penrose and A. E. Carlton some time ago tendered the roadbed to the state for high way purposes, and the acceptance by the state particularly pleases the western slope. Grand Junction has a new and strong financial enterprise. Announce ment has been made that The Se curity Savings and Loan Association of Nevada, one of the largest home financing concerns in the inter mountain west, is operating in Grand Junction. TJoyd Dazie. aged 21. was drown ed in the Hinton reservoir, a small body of water south of Hotchkiss, in the adobes near Olson mesa on the road to Crawford. A number of young people from Hotchkiss formed a skating party, two of them broke through. Passenger service on the Moffat mad was reduced to a trl-weekly basis Sunday morning. District Judge Samuel "W. Johnson of Brigh ton Is expected to rule next Monday on the application for the bondhold ers for an order closing the road. Tho people of Green Mountain Frills are much exercised over the prevalence of a beetle which b«s in - feated some of the pine trees of the town. It is the dendrocnlamus, and they fear It may work a serious dam age. A civic club has been formed to combat the evil. At the ranger station on South Hardscrabble. -10 milen west of Pueblo snow of three storms has fallen to the amount of 25 inches. Much of it has melted. Chauncey Stokes, well known Boul der county pioneer, affectionately called “Boulder’s Grand Old Man." and who conctructed the first build THE FOOT SAVER SHOE Something New This shoo controls the arch, gently and firmlv. moulding and shaping it into correct line*. The arch is not mechani cal or a prop of metal built in the shoo, hut a shoo built on a scientific principle for tired aching feet as well as a shoo for style. Carried Exclusively By t,ii i sKKVICh ALWAYS fifth N. MAIN lng !n Longmont, a dwelling house, in 1871, died at his home in Boul der. At Florence on Monday business will bo practically suspended and the day given over to festivities in con nection with the glad Christmas tide. A municipal Christmas tree will sparkle with its myriad of colored lights in Acacia park, Colorado Springs, on Christmas eve. It will be a higher tree and have nioro lights on it than over before. No more dirty shirts in Grand Junction. Machinery and appliances have been purchased to install a third steam laundry. The river bridge at La Junta is still closed by quarantine guard. There is one new case of smallpox, car penter named Smith. Plies Cured in 8 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Instantly relieves Itching Piles. 60c. LA JUNTA NEWS Tho body of the unidentified man which was found about four months ago near La Junta has been positive ly identified as that of Arbid Erik Gustaffson, who ramo to this country 'some time ago from Sweden in which country his relatives still reside. The Identification was made possible thru the efforts of tho Salvation Army to whom the re*ativcs in Sweden appealed when they ceased to receive letters from tho missing man. Charles Nolan, of Las Vegas, N. M.. has been engaged by Croan's Funeral Homo as an undertaker and embalmer He will take up his new duties about January 1. The following members of the La Junta high school have been chosen to represent La Junta in a debating con test with Rocky Ford to bo held Jan uary 2“: affirmative. Eugene Vallow, Silvan Felts. Francis Cash; alternate. Madge Hays. Negative. Oliver Davis. Jessie Beth Dunlap and Harley Tripp, alternate. Fern Frazer. The subject of the debate is. "Resolved: That Perma nent Restrictions Should be Tlaced on European Immigration.” r-^r I ' ' l I Take It From Me — I J White & Davis Is the L Place to Go for Gifts JSM "■ Now in the harry of last minute (hopping. • : You can ,a k e Santa Claus’ advice and save yourself much time &$: 'ji and effort in making those belated purchases. Come to the store that shows big varieties of useful, wearable gift-things. conveniently y displayed for your quick, easy choice. I You Can’t Go Wrong In I Giving Men Neckties ■ Every man likes to have a lot of tics to change with—it’s his ■ one chance to escape the monotony of his attire. We are showing S Great Tables Full of Fine I Silk Four-In-Hand Ties I Displayed in a sort of "Cafeteria” style, so you can pick your I choice easily. TWELVE HUNDRED NEW ARRIVALS just put on ■ these tables. QUALITIES tHE PEST IN YEARS, and note the 8 I pricing: ■ Regular 50c Ties, three for $1.35 I Regular 75c Ties, three for $2.00 I Regular $ 1.00 Ties, three for $2.75 ■ Regular $1.50 Ties,-three for $4.00 I Gloves and Handkerchiefs I For Men and Women are here in matchless varieties and equally , matchless values. j STORE OPEN EVENINGS ’TILL 9 O’CLOCK I WHITE & DAVIS I Established 1889 “Always Reliable ’ 8 THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN LAIR NEWS The Elks will give every boy and girl under 14 years of ago a Christ mas treat Sunday at the Victory the atre at 2:30 o’clock in tho afternoon. The local chapter of the American Rod Cross will meet tonight in the Elks’ club when the annual election of officers will bo held and important matters discussed. The regular meeting and luncheon of the Lions' club was held at Palace cafe Wednesday. As Christmas is only a few days off each member paid double price for his luncheon as ;i mark of appreciation for the ser vice given for luncheons during the past. Tho placing of road signs boosting the valley was a matter dis cussed but no definite action was taken. Fellowship Chairman Carl To Cure a Cold in One Day Jg* Imxmthem SBromb j \QuinfneJ tmblxtx Be sure you get BROMQ The fee nine bean thla sifnatnra Price 30c. Kibboy spoke of the need for the selling of more Christmas seals and a committee was named to work in tho interest of greater sales. Tito members of the Rifle club broke all records Tuesday night when Henry McKibbon made a perfect ncorc. He proved his score was not accidental by trying again and hit 198. Jess Brownlee also made a perfect score followed by a 199 score McKibbon was given 90 bandolier ol ammunition offered by the club. Chief Daniels made a perfect score two years ago. SHONSBYE-BECK For 20 years your shoe fitters Mens Specials Wo are featuring Men’s Shoes in all leather's, nil sizes, all widths, in Brown calf, Black calf. Block kid. Brogue stvles, English and staple styles. OUR SPECIAL PRICES $6.85, $5.95, $5.50 You should sen these before you buy.. (They are better shoes for less monev.) OUR QUALITY IS HIGH Ell THAN THE PRICE SHONSBYE-BECK SHOE COMPANY Second Floor Pueblo Savings Bank Attention, Christmas Shoppers! Anticipating the great demand for PIANOS, PLAYER-PIANOS and PHONOGRAPHS during the Christmas Season, we had two carloads of brand new instruments rushed to us which we will offer at Greatly Reduced Prices And on the Most Liberal Terms ever offered in the sale of high grade musical merchandise in Pueblo Do Not Delay —Buy Now Save $2OO to $225 On Any Piano or Player-Piano in Our Stock —We Invite Compari son of These Values -j' \ 1 -4 f* Cash Payment de | <D 1 K (If I Hver, at once to tl) | J # your home a brand t—— .. Including Bench. 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TO ,IMTI) This New Type Reduced from $165.00 LATEST MODELS Was priced $125 Actual Saving $65.00 FROM $65.00 TO $300.00 Actual Saving $4O This Beautiful New The Greatest Value Stratford Model a Period Design Brunswick Phonograph Phonograph In America We Carry the Complete jj W l F We Carry ,he Com P lcte Library of * I F Library of Brunswick Records f * Columbia Records $3OO Wc carry the most complete library of Q R. 8. rolls in Pueblo. Have Music in Your Home This Xmas t Store of PlMiinl Dealing* EM IV.MAIN ST. PHONE I2&S STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL XMAS