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Taste is a matter of
tobacco quality
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> We state it as our honest belie*
that the tobaccos used ill Chester- I
field arc of finer quality (and |
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Liggett it Myers Tobacco Co.
Chesterfield
CIGARETTES
of Turkish ami Domestic tobaccos—bleruled
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The Graft Store
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
J. F. STAQNER, Prop.
Dealer in
GEN’L MERCHANDISE
Will Treat You Right, and Solicit Your Trade.
CKR-A-ITT, COLO.
——
Dr. W. P. Verity j
Phyaiciu sad SsrpM
Two Bettes Colorado
Brs. Clip k Newlaad
Physscsui and Surgeons
Springfield - Colorado
Truck Drivers, you can get
what you want ia Cord Tires at
Diek.y's.
Dr. Patterson M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Campo, Colo.
Remember that you get a tube
free with each Pennsylvania
Vacuum Cup tire purchased at
Dickey’s.
F = ORCED MONEY «
n RAISING SALE |
3 Sale Starts November sth, Ends November 19th. S
3 As we are foyced to raise-a large sum of money 1
= in the neat 15 days, we offer to you our entire stock P
s of m erchandise at prices never before equaled in fft
II Baca county. This is a reaIMONY>RAISING sale W
we must have money regardless of our loss. Come £
ti in and let us show you some real bargains. Remem- 9
fa our entire stock is included at the forced sale prices, S
2 Nothing reserved. Terms; CASH ONLY during I
|1 sale. ■
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Truax Hdw. & Fum. Co. |
FINE PIANO BARGAIN
I We have a high grade piano
! stored in Lamar, which mutt ba
sold or moved at once. For
quick rale to reliable party, will
greatly sacrifice price. Term, if
desired. Write for particulars
to The Denver Music Company,
Denver, Colorado,
Allyn Cole
Counsellor at Law
Office—Heauhar Building
Days—Friday tad Saturday
SPRINGFIELD and UMAR
Catarrh Can Be Cor ad
ftaiaish ia a local greatly
irtftacßWrt by conptKutionnl ronril
ttans. It therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. HALL'S CATARHH
MBDICHNE ta taken internally and
act* f!>r#ugfh the Blood op the Mucous
Surfaces of the System. HALL’S
CATARKM MBDIOINE destroys the
foundation of the disease, gives the
Imtlent strength by improTing the jen
ernl henlth and assists nntnre hi delnf
its work.
All druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Ohio.
O. P. H. Opfer wa« In from
Joy coy yesterday.
Jaa. O. Jackaon, who haa for
gome time been taking care of
his father-ln.law F. G. Hast in
was in town yesterday after sup
plies and reporta Mr. Hankin
some batter. It was a case of
paralysis.
Would like house work to do
for a small family. Stale wages
you would be willing to give.
Mrs. G. M. Bill.
,j Campo, Colo.
’! R. F. D. B.
I
i Notice of Adjustment Day
' Estate of Elizabeth J. Carlson
. Deceased.
| All persons having claims
igiin.L said estate are hereby
1 notified to present them for ad
’ justment to the County Court of
Baca county, Colorado, on the
28th day of November A. D. 19-
21.
James K. Doughty,
Administrator with the
will annexed.
First publication Oet. 21. 1921.
Last publication Nuv. 25, 1921.
60 acres lard near Darning,
N. Mex., to trade for land near
t Springfield.
Box 195,
[ D 3-6 Df raing, N. Mex.
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1 Wanted to trade—l 6 room
l house in Wichita for half sec
' tion Baca county land.
N. K. Bickford
I c 2— Springfield, Colo.
VIEWS
OF OUR
COUNTRY
EDITORS
District 52
Another country heard from—
we are abont 86 miles southwest
of county seat.
No wonder it stormed—Cy
Deeda. Gart Martin and Lae Cook
went to the cedars.
Preacher* by the name* of
Martin. Clark and Delong have
preached at Potato Butte school
house this month.
Snme of these mornings re
min.l ua of the old poem, when
the frost is on the numpkin; And
the fodder in the shock.
The p!e>social was well attend
ed end proceeds amounted to
$60.67. The cake for the most
popular young lady went to Mar
garet McArthur, the cake for
the ugliest man going to Enick
Little.
Carl Otto and family have
moved to another district. We
miSH Fern as aha was one of our
largest and brightest scholars.
t I. W. Pressley and Lee Cook
have been in the snrghnm mak
ing business this fall —they have
made over 100 gallons, and the
way It sells It meat be pretty
good stuff.
Aft’r Sunday school and church
at Okley the crowd went to the
home of Jesse Holland where a
birthday dinner was given for
him.
Hopewell
Some wind the past few dir s.
Morelia Clouse baokeher shoul
der in falling from a horse the
other day.
Royal Douglas was thrown
from a hors* one day Inst week
and quite severely hurt.
J. F. Craig and family have
mnvrd to *he Jesse Homer place
near Joycoy.
The friendg and neighbors
went in Saturday night and sur
prised E. W. Simpson, it being
his 40th birthday. There was a
big crowd and most of them
came masked, and such apart,
only those present can imagine.
It being so near Hallowe’en, bll
the ghosts and witches and
spooky spooks turned out. games
were played, and a delicious
supper served.
The guests went home at a late
hour, all voicing in one accord
that they never had spent a
mare pleasant evening.
Okley
Preaching by Bro. Balden Sun
day. Sunday school progressing
nicely, large crowd attended.
Surprise dinner at Mr. Hol
land's —his and grandpa Logan’a
birthday s.
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Beasley
dinnered at W. M.Gordon’s Sun
day.
Walter Baatey intended to go
to the eedars, but heard of the
big chicken dinner Sunday so he
postponed it until after, I don’t
blame him.
Prayer meeting at Okley av
er, Sunday sight. Every bn J/
invited to come.
Remember No, 24 will be a
big dinner at Okie, achoo' i-«ii«*.
Come and bring well filled ba=- •
kets. This will be the first op- 1
portuntty to celebrate Thanks- j
giving day in a long time.
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs.
W. A. Ward and put in the af
ternoon in fancy work.
. Evaret and Jason Beatty have
gone Into the cattle business.
Carl Wilkenson’s windmil.
tower same near blowing over
Monday night.
Will Ward anil family spent
the day Eugene Gantt and fam
ily Sundny
Mr. and Mr*. Willie Camnbett
toolr aupr>er with Mrs. Joe Lic.-lv
Saturday and jointd the crowd
that charlvaried the happy cou
ple.
A nice rain fell Thursday
night.
Jno. Lvnch and family *|ient
the day with Archie Ellis and
wife Sunday.
Little Viola Blodgett has come
to visit her fathea.
M. T. Jones is helpintr Gordon
build a new hen house and kitch
en this week.
J. O. Jone« is on the sick list
the last few days.
Mrs. O. Jones called on Mrs.
Everet Beatty Sunday evening.
Antelope Flats
The wind blew Jesse Kauff
man's wind mil) down the 28th.
Tom Oxenreider, wife, son and
daughter and Verna Henson
made a trip to the cedars after
wood.
Elmer Chatham has been hunt
ing cattle since the storm.
Jim Bickford and family made
a trip to Vilas last week.
Jesse Kauffman and Ray Rob
inson worked in Tom Oxenrei
der’a blacksmith shop Saturday
morning.
Harvo and Mary Barlow left
for Johnson City, Kans. the
27 th
The wheat was threshed on
the Little place Saturday.
Jim Coverdail and Henry Bick
ford went to the cedars this
week.
Hoy Hickcox sold bis land to
Dr. Phillips.
Revival has started at Big
Rock.
Dick and El9ie Oxreider, Roy |
Hickcox and Carrie Dunn visited
at Henson’s Sunday.
The Clothing Store
As we said when the present
clothing store was started, a
clothing store here is all right,
but instead of being confined to
men only, it should carry wear
ing apparel for men, women and
ch Idren—everything they wear j
from the tops of their heads to ;
the soles of their feet.
That’s what we told Mr.
Hobbs when he staried up—
that he ought to carry wearing
apparel for womsn and children
—would at ’east double the bus
iness done, and probably tri bble
it.
Another tiling, the overhead
j must be held down to the re
turns of the business done, in
elusive particularly of rent and
help.
Mr. Hobbs is an excellent bus
iness man, and has done as wall
as could be with a singlo line of
men’s goods.
We are sorry to lose Mr. and
Mrs. Hobbs, and hoping they
may still see their way clear to
continue in business in Spring
field.
Forest Hall’s
Residence Burns.
We have information that the
fine large residence of Forest Hall
near Two Buttes was burned to
the ground last week.
The fire started in the upper
story of the building, and very
little saved of the furnishings.
Have not learned, but suppose
! was partly insured.
Coming Plays at Lyric
Saturday night, Nov. st. ,
i Mary Miles Minter in ’’Sal'-
t Shows the Way'* and a 1 reel
comedy. Everybody knows and
loves Mary Miles Winter.
Tuesday night, Douglas Fair
banks "His Picture in the Pa
pers.” 1 ieel omedy—"The
Glutton.”
Thursday night, Nov. 10,
Elaine Ha: .icrsteln in "The
Shadow of K salie Byrnes,” 5
reels. Ch' l Hutchinson in
"Over the I .U” 2 reels.
The Clover Leaf Cafe
And Bakery
WiU from MW m retail brui made by tk« Marx k Wka«lar
electric ayatsai. Tbie wid oiler SpriagfiaM and viriaily aa •£-
portunity af baying a brash product until sack alias at a kak
ary it uuUlled btre.
.
THE FIRST STATE BANK
SPRINGFIELD, COLORADO
Banking in all it* Branches
Capital Stock - $25,000.00
Alfred TedS 5- Underwood
Todd k Underwood
Lawyers
Lamar Colorado
Private Sale
Having rented my place will
sell at private sale the following:
2fi head work horses and coltß.
15-30 Titan tractors.
Fordson tractor.
Two disc harrows.
20 disc tandem trnclor discs. ,
18 hole wheat drill.
8 16 Mogul tractors.
14 ft. McCormic header.
Double row lister,
mowing machine, hay rake, corn
planter three bottom tractor
plows, harness and many other
articles.
:12 miles north and 5 west of
j Springfield.
62-5 E. C. Myers,
$50,000
Now Available for Baca'
and Las Animas county
Farm Loans. Can dose
at once.
N. K. BICKFORD
Get our prices on oil in quanti
ties. 5 gallon or barrel lots—
Dickey Auto Sales Co.
Dickey will sell you a high
crade oil for your truck or trac
tor at railroad prices.
Notice
The M. E. Ladies Aid will hold
an auction sale on the street in
Springfield, Saturday, Nov. sth,
1921, at 2:00 p. m.
This gale will consist of shoos,
hats, coats, suits and other arti
cles too numerous to mention.
These at des are all in good
si.ape, uiosf of the garments
having torn cleaned aud made
over.
A speciality of children’s gar
r.vrr.ts.
D m’t forget the date.
Notice
The Advisory Board of the
Baca Cour.ty Women’s club has
advised the president, Mrs. ;
Chase, that at the regular club
meeting the 2nd Monday in No- j'
vember that action will he tak
en as to the disposal of the
Springfield publie library. All
persons interested may be pres
ent.
Fern Hobbs, secretary, j
WANTED—To line up with
some good icliable man to furn
ish dressed beef and pork for
Palaee Meat Market.
LEE HOLMES
General
i
Blacksmithing
Will appreciate a share of your
Patronage
Springfield, - Colo.
LANNING E. LIKES M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
| Xray Laboratory
LAMAR COLO
I A k Bouafaty C. L. llniwMiii
I Lum*r. C*T<*. SpriaiMH, Arts
DOUGHTY k DOUGHTY
Attorney* and OiunwMn at Law
Real Emu aad rrofcata Ur
OfT.oaa at Lamar mad S*rmgt*Ul. Cobarado.
Roy N. Winters
EXPBRIENCHD AUCTIONEER
—Make Dates At —
Herald or Pomocrat
Offioc
The Man I Have Sold
for My Reference
It pays to drive a little further
te do your trading in Bpringfitld
DR. B. J. BURTON
DENTIST
Springfield. Colorado
Let the Demosrat Herald da
your Job printing.
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ja year* know* au Me*4Jau*sV«f*«2fc
I BY DRliOOitT? eVHWMKir

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