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VOL. X.XIII. No. 52
. 1 ...SUIT SPECIALS... We have just received a large ship ment of Men’s and Young Men’s Suits. These Suits are of the best materials and styles and patterns. For the next tan-days we are making a special price cn these suits and if you are planning on getting yourself a new suit you will find here the kind you want ■ at prices to suit yju. You can find suits | priced at this special sale from $l5 to $25 and good ones. SPRAGUE-HOBBShk CLOTHING COMPANY In County ; i Springfie id, Colorado ! _ ——v SHOE & HARNESS REPAIRING Likewiie auto topj, or anything in sowing or pegging. You’ll be pleased and come back. First-Cias* Work —v GIVE ME A TRIAL W. A. Wilson Yvamr Springfield, Colo. Notice! The Baca county Holiness! association will hold its annual camp beginning Saturday night Oct., Ist four and one half miLt, sooth and twenty-one west ot Springfield, one and a half s* uth and five west of Joycov Every one is cordially invited. All oay services Sunday R. 11. H >b s left Monday for Delhi, Coorado to look after some business interests he has over there. I ...SHOE 5... | A new Hue of RAIN-R-SHIWE | l seboel shoe* for children have \. * \ !* , arrived. We have them in all I w Bring in the Chil- J r .4- dren and let us fit them out in school \ FREE L. Tablet and Pencil with every Pair of School Shoes soU. Truax Mercantile Company Our Motto: “Year Mi-r.ey’* Worth or Yuur Mouey Back. jj THE DEMOCRAT-HERALD SPRINGFIELD, BACA COUNTY, COLORADO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1921 YOU HAVEN’T SEEN COLORADO UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN BACA COUNTY FINE PIANO BARGAIN i VVehiv.' a high g-acie piano istoivd in Ltirms which must he soil or moved at Once. For i ,'iuick sale to re iablc party, will i greatly saciilice price. Terms if idesired. Write for particulars to Tile Denver Music Company, Denver, Colorado. A large truck load of Baca j County product■» left last Friday for Pueblo where they will be on 'exhibition at the State Fair, LYRIC THEATRE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 8 REELS “The Iron Strain.” A 6 reel Northwestern feature with Dus tin Farnam. This Dan unusual ly good program. A 2 reel comedy, “She's A j Vamp” with Mattie Roubert. | ISc and 25c SATURDAY, OCTOBER I “Upstairs and Down,” Srealsl with Olive Thomas, I.yric’s fav- | orite comedy drama player. A I-1 ways a full house when Olive l Thomas plays. 15c ami 25c Kiddies under 12 free Saturday night at big 7 reel show, 5 reels Olive Thomas in “Upstair. and Down.” 2 ree's Charlie Cnaplin. Nj«v children bi good obey your parents, for listen; all children under 12 accompanied by both parents will get free ticket to big show. No matter how maoy children there are <f both ; Brents buy u ticket at 25c the cliildreu get a free pa-s Meeting On Proposed Railroad. There was a railroad mention on the prepo ed line trom Dal hart to Lamar hold in Spring lirld Tuesday night. Ttie'e waa nothing definitely attainted but there wi'l be a meeting ib Lamar in the near future which will determine more about it | This proposed railroad will be a great tiling for Springfield and j vicinity as it will give a direct route thru to the coast. Let everybody boost fur it because uo one can do any harm by boost ing or any good by knocking. Estray Notics One l) year mare mule, branded Tj. One 3 year old horse mule, I branded One blue gray horse branded T.,J. One sorrel horse, | ear mat ked in left ear. Liberal I reward. C. H, Tipton. 4tp Denra, Coin. Quite a number took a trip around the world last Thursday night at the Methodist church and ah reported as having a g -eat timp, American Legion Con vention Soon Kansas City, Sopt.. 2b. —Kan sas City an h have rolled up their sleeves and doffed their collaih preparing the stage for the big gest convention and flying circus ever staged in the United States. All is ready to entertain the 100,000 delegates and visitors ex pected to attend thin annual | American Legion Convention [October 31. November 1 and 2, [and the Flying Club of Kansa. u ! City has raped off u monster av jitiion field on which the Legion's first aerial meet will he held. With more than a score of I World War heroes —leaders of | the Allied armies—and President Harding on the urogram, legion naires and their families and friends in all parts of the United ' States are preparing to attend i the convention. Itailrwis in all parts of the 1 cod ll % s h ive reduced faros to 1 j cent a mile for the delegates. Tim convention Ilous- j ing Committee, anticipating one of ihe largest assemblages ever gai tiered in a western city, has made elaborate preparations to C-iie for ilie visitors. Hotels, | clubs, IwdUand homes have been len luted by the committee to aid tin housing the visitors. Interest centers in the Fiying Club’s aerial circus and derby program of eleven events, which is designed nut only to entertain the vast crowds, hut also to dem onstrate the pi ogress of aviation since the close of the war, Colorado Must Aid This Cause Immediately. Denver, Sopt. 27 —When lives are to be saved thtre is little time for thought. Action must meet the need as quickly as the mind can work. Winter is at hand. It takas 60 days for steamers to get food to the starv ing, dying Armenians. Colo rado is to send 35 carloads of grain. The grain must be col lected immediately. Thruout the state farm orga nizations are at wo r k and the great public school system, thro I the Superintendents and the rural teachers, i 3 reaching th«>us ands of childru . awakening in their h arts Sjm,._.iiy lor tin children of farmers across th« seas, wno are in such desperate need. Over 42,000,000 bushels o wheat, corn, barley, and oat are being harvested in Colored this year. One bushel fron every thousand bushels grown that is ell that is asked. Tna will furnish Colorado’s quota o 35 carloads. Not a bushel will be 3old t. covei expenses of collection ana transportation. Every bushel will be shipped Immediately to the Near East. There will not be the deduction of a single toll or the los; of a pound. Be as suredof the honesty of this plea, of the devastating need, of ih„ unimpeachable character of thosu who guarantee that every grai donated to this cause will bo sen to the starving people of th< Near East. Surely Colorado can send 3; carloads of grain when lowa i: to send 292 carloads, Illinois 2 7! Kansas 201, and South Dakots 107, The railroad transportation o the grain to the seaboard wil cost Colorado nothing. lia I fund is taken Care of. Gr.di | and beans are asked and now i • the time to give. zL Safeguarding y our J ju Morx ' y jl TV, The best protection tar \ \ your pocket book is the service of s good bank Money deposited with us is safe. More than that it is ACTIVE. It is useful. A surplus account is building prosperity for your community as well as making money for you. To make your money as USABLE to you as if it were right in your own home yet as SAFE Jda as if it were in the United j|R. i States Treasury that ' * •• our function, our am \ Come in and find out how easily you can get this service. MaKjt Thi j Saa< Jlour B«jf Sentfant Owra m Acssanf whft Vi Tmdmy fiOXlf / FARMERS STATE BANK SPRINGFIF.D. COLORADO Lyric Thsatre Shows Fine Picture, j Mary Bickford in “Daddy Long Legs” at the Lyric theatre last Tuesday night was one oi the b. st pictures that we have over had a chance to witness. There were more laughs and ate \ crammed in it than any one pic-1 ture ever produced. Mary Bickford who is kno vu ' las “Americas' Sweetheart” car. play the part of a small gir! uetter than any other actress ever shown. And she was at her best in this picture which every one c mid s«*e and which she says herself. Tho house was crowded to it. fullest and everyone received \ a good healthy laugh and lot of good from the picture. The Lyric is to bo congr.'tu * i J. W. MILLER GARAGE j I Automobiles Overhauled j and Repaired 1 ♦ First Class Service With A Smile J U. S. L. Storage Datterie?. Motor Oils and Greases. | Under Now Management, 1 R. C. HOUSEHOLDER. j --THE-- 1921 COLORADO STATE FAIR ( Starts Stptcmber 26, In Pueblo With FIVE BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS s l,) Of Fun and Amusement, With tne Most Wonderful Govern -4 muni Displays Ever Shov.n. f 1 . r | Kccuceci Passenger anti Freight Kates 11 I On Ail Railroads. ■ $1.50 Per Year. j lated on vetting such p fine picture and they have many more in the near future which are the latest and best out. The next high class picture will be “Once to Every Woman’' some viiii" in October. Taxpayers! I desire to call your attention to the fact that the tax sale list for the year of 3920 must in the hands of the printer by October 10th. Those who wish lo pay their taxes and avoid ex pensive advertising o f their ! properly w»ll pfi*a*«- attend to j this pr‘. jr to October Bth. Alice Jack Young, County Tre isurer.