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BACA CO. MILL & ELEV CO. Springfield, Colo. Standard M^ r# " All Kind Grade Flour, wutc c*n of Feeds Ground Feeds Cane & Kafir Seeds Mill Run Feed la 500 lb. Let*.... ZZffr ...». 2 s Products Mill Raa ■ • • - 1.50 Sborti .... 1.75 J. V. JACKSON Manager. I In Kingdom Come or, the Year 22 By the Writer. A Brief Explanation (Ihkraaiaw atorr waa written brfon ait jlin— and eiihwiihOsa white the ■alter wee fwriln school-J—l te white away tha Hate, ari because wa tike te write. Wa had boashtof pabUahiac It ia book (arm but never did. and are bow (rirla* It aa a aortal Hi lha Dam octal-Herald. We went te kaaw that those who atari with lha atorr wiU rat every teauo. and want raa aaMoauaßtlr to foal (too to iaforas aa I fjaay espy ie Missed). Dedication T. a. Midi, of O. dusk U»t I.flrat .M. tan Mltm. Wth<* with th.twadmrtfcJ. NnaaMf ■»* anakWiwM It was too late. What was the matter I didn’t know, bat I soon realized that Diam and I ware separating, that I was keeping pace with the ship, though veering from it in direc tion, while the others of-the par ty were rapidly going in the op i<osite direction. I realized this, had time to remember that at the time of jumping we had a velocity of about six thousand units an hour, that we were al ready billions of years from home, that I was being hurled through space, time and eternity, when there was a flash of light, then total darkness, and I knew no more. Chnpter XXIX. Conclusion. Wheu I came for the third time to a realization of my rein* carnated existence. I found my self right side up with care in one of the sequestered wards of Chicago; but I was with out a dollar or so much as a pa per collar to tnuke my bow to the public. To my unutterable consterna tion a big policeman dropped in - to the field just then to sleep it off. and he proceeded to provide me with the necessary articles of commerce. He collared me by the throat and cuffed me over the head with his billy, and declared I waa the initiatory goat of some mystic order, or some big bank cashier or escap ed railroad president. I hollered bloody-murder, call ed for Lazarus, assured him that I was only a poor escaped monomaniac, and that I had just arrived from the stamping grounds of St. Gabriel. He then let up and wanted to SHOE & HARNESS REPAIRING Likewise auto tops, or saythiag ia sewing or POffUg. Ton'll te pleased aa4 comm back. GIVE ME A TRIAL W. A. Wilson a;«u. Springfield, Colo. know if I waa going to vote the dimocratic ticket and the city I administration if he let me off | easy, and if I would give him my > first year’s salary if be furnish ed me with a straw bat and a pair of boot*. I assured him I would vote for anything I could tee a .pair of boots in. but that I thought the Democratic party waa dead long ago. He then cuffed me over the bead some more, assured me they were still very much alive, and wanted to know if I waa go ing to vote against them. Again I assured him I wasn’t, but that in 1996 they were -all dead, and wanted to know if there had been any resurrection since then. ’’19961” he roared. ‘‘Why, yon old fool, this is 18941” ”1894!” I repeated. “Well, then they’re not dead yet, and I’ll vote for them—head, body and tail.” Then there came on the scene a reverend-looking gentlemen who happened to be the owner of that particular part of the earth. He inquired into the nature of the trouble, at the same time looking very much shocked at my primitive and un sanctified appearance. After hearing my unvarnished tale, he looked on my embrionic plight with compassion, and said if I would promise to behave my self and be a good man he would dress me in bis own sable robe and take me to hia own home; and notwithstanding I had just promised to vote the whole'Dem ocratic ticket—body soul and breeches, I premised him I j would and was accordingly ar * rayed in raiment better befitting lan exhibition to poblic view as an actor on the world's stage, and was thus conducted to his humble home. This reverend-looking srent'e man I afterwards learned waa a doctor and a humorist. When at his home he offered me a glass of brandy as a stimulant. I took it. looked at it, and then handed it back with the remark that I had not tasted nor thought of boose for a hundred . forty and some odd billion years, i and didn’t propose to start in now to break a good reeoid. t “And is this really the year : 1894?” I asked, after having been replenished with a cup of coffee and other refreshments. ”Yes, this is 1894.” he re plied. "Then.” I said. "I have been hurled back in time one hundred two years too far.” ”1 don’t understand,” said he. i "Why, I lived In the year j 1996,” I replied; and then I ex plained my transit through time into the jeer twenty.two billion of an entirely new civilization, and subsequent expedition to the year 112 billion, also of an entirely new civilization, and the culminating cats*trophy by which I had been ejected from that to where I now found my. self. “Now,” I continued, “I am in the anomaly of a paradox. Hav ing passed over one hundred forty and some odd million years of time, 1 return only to flDd myself one hundred two years younger, notin appearance, but that much in actual years of time." The doctor laughed, blurted or blubbered, and remarked that mine was an extraordinary case. “Wbv,” said he, "according to your story you will not be born yet for the next sixty-four years, and when you are born you will be one hundred years old. Yoo are now thirty-six, or waa before you commenced jumping around, while neither your father nor your.mother have yet seen the light of day | and your grandparents are probably sky-larking around some place on their honeymoons. Yours is the most remarkable ease 1 have ever heard of. Probably it would pay yon to bunt around for some of the boys and girls who are—to be— your grandparents. Do you know your ancestral tree?” “Yes,” I replied, “1 have the family genaotogy back for three hundred years. My mother’s maiden name was Warran. My paternal grandmother’s maiden name was Bell. My maternal grandmother's maiden name was Adams.” ' “Tell me about the Bells,” •aid the doctor. ‘‘lt’s the oldest Ameirean branch of the family, and dates back to the settlement of Penn sylvania and John Bell, who had a family of three, and who of course was a Quaker.” I then described each family in particu lar aa it came on the stage of action, giving their vocations or professions, and especially of Abraham, who had seven boys in the Revolutionary war, him self becoming a major genera). When I oame to Jacob he want ad me to give all the details I ooald, as he was my great-great grandfather. I gave the names of eaeh of hi* children—William, Henry, Joaeph, Earn. Jerome, Rachel, Sarah and Elisabeth, and gave such particular* of each lonsasloeuld command at off FOR SALE J Pore bred S. C. white Leghorn hatching eggs. $l.OO per 15. $6.00 ♦ per 100. Ferris Strain. Purebred | Bramah light cockerels, $1.50 | each. 14 miles southeast of I Vilas. ! d 7-6 Mrs. C. W. Conner, j Denver Daily Record Stockman Every man who has stock ought to have the Denver Daily Record Stockman. The sub scription is $6.00. We have made arrangements that will en able us to furnish both the Dem-> ocrat-Herald and the Daily. Stockman for $5.60. Get into the game now. J Eggs for Sale. I Pure bred Buff Leghorns, $5.00 per 100 delivered. $l.OO per setting. Address C. R. Gulick, d 5-9 Springfield, Colo. Farm Wanted—l want to hear from party having farm for sale. Give price and description. B. B. Howard, 1 d 7-9 Champaign, 111. Special Player Piano Bargain We have left on our hands in storage near Springfield, a high grade player piano. For quick I disposal a very liberal discount will be given. Terms to respon sible par-y. If interested write et once for particulars to the Denver Music Company, Denver, Colo. c 7-9 Wanted— Lard pails at the City meat market. c7 0 For Rent;—6 quarters of good I land in Twp. 29, Range 42. SE of (21. E4 of 22. NW of 26, NE 34. Will rent fora term of years for s few cents an acre. Write R<>se C. Bodwell—Waterloo. loa. cs— Now ready with a fine large stock of vegetable plants. Pric es right. I pay poetsgs on ship ments of 100 plants or more. Tomatoes and cabbage 16 cts. s dozen. sl.oo a hundred, $B.OO a thousand. No packing charge. Also complete stock Poreb, box and bedding plants. Mail or ders. Personal attention. cB-0 Lamar Flower Shop iu—nn* ” A ’£“' w °Sr l S“ DO !» ,n ??£t d £urt Nellie B. O'NsiU. Pteiotlff. T» Phillips Investment Company. a corporation, and whoaa nasal aia aaknown to tha plain tiff, defendants. Th# r—pU if Um Stall if OOotbJ*. To PhilMpa Investment Company, a corporation. piranr whoaa mm an unknown to the p friv.t4W, tha Defendants aboro named GREET ING.— Tou *re hereby required to appear in aa action brought asalnat you I>T the above named plaintiff In tha Dlotrlcl (Court of Baca County. State of Colorado. Bad answer tha complaint therein with hi twenty day* after tba aorvlco here 5. If nerved within thla County: or. 8 nerved out of this County, or by pub cation. wltbla thirty daya after thr pervlee hereof, exclusive of the day of pervtce; or Judgment by default wll be taken aaalnat you aecordinx to th. prayer of the complaint. And If a eon of the complaint In tha abova entitled action be not nerved with thla vum mona, or if the service hereof be made out of this State, than ton additional to tha time hereinbefore specified for appearance and answer will be allowed before tha takln* of judgment by default as aforesaid. Tba aeld action U brouxbl to meurv a decree of oourt quietia* tha titte of tha plaintiff in and to tha follow in* described land and real estate, situ ate. lyimr and bates in tha County of Baca and State of Coloreds, to-wit.— Tha North Half of the Southeast Quarter, and tha Southwest Quarter of Section (IS) in Township Tweak ateht <**> South, of Bunco Vorty-eicht (4k) Want of tha 81xth Principal Meridian. And the complaint herein further reel tea: that tha plaintiff warily baUavaa that there are par sons Interested in the above deeeribed land whoa* names aha cannot Insert herein because their names, residences and peek, offlee addresses are unknown to her and that the interest of auch un known persons has been derived by alignment or deeds of conveyance or devise or Hens which are i not of record, or by virtue of tho laws of descant J end inheritance, but of which no record notice ia I riven, and that auch unknown persona are neces sary and proper parties hereto, aa will mon ful ly appear from the complaint in said actioa to which reference is here made: a copy of which 1* h Asdr!uT£Ea*hereby notHlcd that if_ you toll to appear, and to answer the said complaint aa abova required, the said plaintiff will take default end Judgment against you ae prayed for in said com. P Given under my hand aa attornri for tha plain tiff, at Sprlnrflald. in said county, this !<♦»> dny of March. A. D. ICBU DOUGHTY AMD DOUGHTY By cwr-** L. Doughty. Plaintiff's Attorney First Pub. Apr. B hand. Then I took un the fam ily of Jerome—Est" r . Jesvie, Lydia. Catharine, Ruth, Grace and Chester, and treated each of them in like manner, and the same of Grace who was my fa the'a mother. The doctor then told me that his name wa* Jerome Bell, that I had by some means managed to give their family pedigree in the minutest details, and that he had th* *even girl* and one OPEN NOW r Bbß The National Refining Company jj BBjtggjjjS I announce the opening of a new En-ar-co Warehouse at Second T J Street and Santa Fe Trail, Lamar, I The distributing warehouse has been opened to supply the large demand for En-ar-co Products by Colorado : people, enabling you to purchase conveniently En-ar-co products. WHITE ROSE GASOLINE CLEAN - UNIFORM - POWERFUL A pure, dry gasoline that contains no free, carbon. t insures quick starting, smooth acceleration, full power and long mileage. 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He then call ed for Grade, a little lassie of five summers, and introduced me to my grandmother, declar ing that she should be called grandma from that time on. I then told all about the Priendß. back as far as the war of 1812, and of the oici Chicago home that had been a part of the family Bince 1840, and that had fallen to me on the death of my father as my pirt of the estate. At his request I describ- I ed the old homo as it wai in I 1996, and he said he knew it and ' could take me to it. The doctor and I then went out to hunt up the residence. We found it, not the home of 1996, hilt the old, old home of 1894: but there was neither a Lazarus nor a Peter, hut there was a long eared prototype that might have been an ancestor to either of them or both of them, though devoid of their intelligence and lingustic abilities. After our return the doctor re lated to me the principal cur rent events of the day, and these I remembered belonged to the year 1894, and there was conse quently no question of this be Notice For Publication Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado Apr. 11. ml Notice la hereby given that Clara M. Dean, for merly Clara M. Latimer, of Springfield. Colo., who. on May 16th. 1016. made Homestead Entry. Serial No. 021613. for Lot« 6. 7, 14. 16. andWViW 1 - Section 16. Township 32 South, Range 48 West, of 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to intention to make Final Threo Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Silas E. Speckmann. U. S. Commissioner, at Springfield. Colorado, on the 2nd day of June. 1921 Claimant names as witnesses: A. T. Hincy. J. A. Bliss. W H. Stokes, and J. A. Stinson, all four of SpringAeld, Colo. A L. Beavers, Register. j ing that year, and that time had I consequently for me actually turned back in its flight just one hundred two annual revolutions. The unfathomeble depths of the mystery of life! As I aw ponder over these four epochs— -1894, 1990, 22 billion and 122 bil li in. I wnnd< r which is the g eatest mystery; but as I never lived in the yenr 1894 before, 1 and am now living in it, I am in clined to the opinion that the greatest mytery helongs to that year. Of the many wondrful experi ences nf the remarkable epochs of 22 and 122 billion, the one that is mos* practically connect ed with this year of grace, 1894 Notice For Publication Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado M.rel, 2S. IS2I Notit o is hereby given that Charles If. Harris, of Max«y. Colorado, who. on April 27tb. 1918, made Homestead entry. Serial No. 025889, for West Half <wV4> of Seotion 34. Township 28 Scuth. Range 50 West. 6th Principal Meridian has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land abovs dsset bed. before Silas E. Speckmann. U. S. Com missi >ner, at Springfield, Colorado, on the 21th day of May. 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: 1.-R. Jarnlgan, Henrietta C. Case. Ed Hanson. W. H. Anderson, all at Maxey, Colorado, A. L. Eeavers. Register. notice: for publication DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo. March 29 Notice is hereby given that Lafayette McClin tock, of Vilas. Colo., who, on January 28th, 1918. made Additional Homestead Entry. No. for lots 10, 11, 14. 16. 82 and 36 of Section •«. Township 32 south. Range 46 weat, 6th Prinrii rl Meridian, ha* filed i ticeof intention to make final three year proof to estr Ml. h claim to the land above decribed, before * to Register or Re ceiver of the U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colora do. on the 18th da. of May. 19.1 Claimant names as witnesses: Harry MoCllntock, Whit Sc ner. E. Cottrell, and Harry walker, ell of Vilas. Colo. A. L. BEAVERS, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department o- the Interior. U. S Land Office at Lamar, Coin. Apr. 11.192'.. Notice is hereby given that Walter Davis > f Joycoy, Colo., who on Aug. '6tb, 1917, made home stead entry. Serial No. 022847, for the EHSWVt, and SEVi of Section 9. and N WV*SWV4iBWViNW -14 Section 10. Township 80 South. Range 60 West, oth Principal Meridian.'hss filed notice of inten tion to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Reg ister Receiver, U. 8. Land Office at Lamar. Colo., on the 14th Hay of June 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: i Geo. R. Everett. Roy Everett, J. C. O'Hair, all | three of Joycoy, Colorado, and J. C. Lucas of Graft. Colo. A. L. BEAVEBS. Register is Hie fact of the war of the uni verse. I f the sages of the year twenty-two were correct in the approximation of the time of the celestial war. We do* have a spectacular display in the hea vens that may well cause won. derment; for one-third of the stars that sclctillate so bright y through the nocturnal shades of Go Khewhare.