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\ AIEW4S !
1/ OF OUR-
V COUNTHy
T EDITORS
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A Few Suggestions j
V ttircf ul walh |>rat«*r !•-• •. •v«ry* |
lrody-Omit wb«n the . »*«■»»> or U»- .
tin)# ere da*a of ' i>. full-can
Abbreviate titlcc bofore nan * < wlac #»#M 1*
VuH- Abbreviate th# atate on r. c#unto er
piNtvlM 1# *lven —“And." •" Oh»erv«
thia strictly- *A little bum md than ia
r«Mshad bv tb# bact ef man: .t leave out tba j
peratmal fur.ulaa. and all per* ■'* that mi*bi j
diapleaae— Mail latter# Satur. .*h«n paraiblc. !
Men day will do. Tweaday he* • > »nc*. Wedne»- j
day to e let*
.
Lamport
Mail everyone in thie neigh
herbeod has been threshing the
put few days.
Mrs. T. R. Burleion and
daughter* war# ahopping wt
Richer** Friday.
lira. J. T. Herraa want to
Spriagiald Friday.
Everybody enjoyed the Xaaas
nrograa which waa fine. Then
Old Santa came abowiug the
tree, delivering preee nta aid
Bice treat to everybody.
Harry Long's ata Xmu with
W. 0. Babsoclc’s.
Mr. Oakes’ spent Sunday at
tha Belcher borne.
Tom Keeler killed a beef the
26 th. j
The Grange had their meeting |
Friday night on account of the j
Christmas entertainment Satur- |
day eight. j
No aahool Monday, the 2dtb,
bal will b 2 U.T3 rest of tb* weak, j
Mr..',, .’.a'e Xaass sinneri
with Mr. Musa*)’*. |
Obituary
Elizabeth Sander* died Nov.
16, mi.
Elizabeth Ash waa bora la
Virgin is. Use 19. 1883 She
marrird Flem Senders Jaaaary,
1862. From Ihta saiea were
b/rn twelve rblldrao. Five
children cad billhead passed i
away during the pul years. i
Sb* laavs* ts mourn her death .
•even childree—Mr*. A. A. Cel-1
lime. Stillwell. Kaac., John I '
girders of low*. Albert Staler* i
of Miami. Arizen *, Scott Sand
ers. Ps |., Ear Jhsls Danlvea
ot N*.,el»e Frills. Knar . WMiaaa
Sandere. Graven, Ark , Sail!*!
Dnaivin, Rndley, Colo.
Bsalda* this eke leave* twenty
greed children, twenty grant
grand children, and four grant
grant grand childree,
Ska cam* t* Johaaea Ceunty.
Kens .ia 1872. and haa bean a
grand and noble friend and
neighbor t* tbs many who have
met her.
Shs wan soever ted twelve
year* ags and joined tbs Chris
tina aburch at Pads, Ken a.
Oar mother friend from earth
haa gaaa.
To dwell in a bam* above,
Whan sorrow and death no '
mere are known,
And all ic peace and love.
Mrs. S. E. Dunlvaa. i
i
sw
Up JssSiißbßSßßl
*> —r sutacrnw vhusis Evemiwi
The Graft Store
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
J. F. STAONER, Prop.
Dealer In
QEN’L MERCHANDISE
Will Treat You Right, end Solicit Your Trade.
aKESsAJF'T. COLO-
Locals
Hides-Fur*
Tra»ter»: W» went your furs
end a. * *1 **» » in the lurket to j
bey 'h m*v wlien other deal- ,
ere are not buying N* matter
whnt kind of skinf. we sun
«ur*M sstllfy v< u.
Rarenoa. mink, r.ts. beavur.
marten, Baker snd fox are *i !
•peeialitiev.
Country Dialer*: Your satire
101 l are end you are
seeurrdof prompt eash returns
If remitur.ae is not sa.isfuetory,
your fur* will be returned to
yoa express said.
Leif i Deelais’ lota beught by
wire Writ* ter full partitulara
and P. ice Lilt.
Alan haadiera of Bar** Hides,
Cattle Bide* anil Tallow.'
Western Hide and Far Co.
4312 Caaipan Avenue,
eS— Omaha, Neb.
The Tiusx Merc. Co. sad Hdv.
Cr. report that they had a won
derful holiday trade.
Notice the Jett ad. this week.
Mies Livens horkel came up
from Campo t* spend Christmas
with home paeple.
Pat Bailey and wife spent
Christmas ia tbs Ragniar coua
try.
1 --
Remember that yeu get a tuba
free with tech Ptoraylvani
Vanuatu Cup tire purahased at
Oickey’a.
For Sal*--New player piano ia
Baca county far sale cheap M
a veld taking back to Lamar,
j Write or call.
1 Adams A Kirkpatric,
*6— Lamar, Colo.
i" v
! Alya Cole
Csanitllir at Law
(Mils Hamikai Bmldtag
j Days— Friday,and Salted./
I SPRINGFIELD and LAMAR
■ Cikrrli Cut Be Cvmi
Pit—ii is a laaai diata—. mmMtr
fnia—tad by MHHitIMBI mmm
tioiw. It fb—fen refutiei comatlts
tlonai ImUML BALL’S CATIWMI
MIDICIIfI Is taken Internally wd
aota through tha Blood ou the lluoaoa
Surface* of Be gyr.tam. HALL'S
•4IAMB JfMDICUTC fiewtroy* tftp
framdaHaa of Bio fffveo Bn
PBtIHVI If I u— tb bw l.rnw 'r. • iV- ord
eoul hanHA aad miwm immimh* mi
Bo w*fi
AM Qkculcra frep.
| F. #. OLooof & 00., ’ijMd, Llia.
lOUsy
I Xaaas is over everybody
I neemed t# eajoy it.
M. T. Jonea and family apeni
I Xmas with his brother Orval.
Also W. M. Gictten and family
visited the Jones hame Xma*
day.
Tb* Christmaa tree was ale*—
everyone enjoyed the nice pro
gram which waa given by the
Sunday achool children.
Bao. Balden ia reported very!
sick with pcuu tcuia.
Harry Love and family hav*
moved to Kansas where they
can have a good achool forth ->r
children.
Jestie Holland and family
opant Xmas day with Bob Lyath
and family.
Preaching was ealled of f Sun
day because th* preacher waa
sick, bnt we’ll hav* prayer
meeting.
The railroad talk la getting
rather strong around hare—ho
itiin’l anly talk.
H >z*l Jr nas visited with Emm
Sharp Xmaa.
Liberty
J A nteriy X II«-. .in-1 inppv
I New Year in ail
! The pro. ram giu ur. the
j-cluol house waa wch aitemled
and well uivfcii. Evaryone ou
j yed th-i live, esprclulty too liu'o
tolas.
Mrs. Oruthni' Pence, who has
had typhoid faver, is able to he
out and was at ill J Christmas
irograin ami spent Chriitinas
• ii«y with her aunt, Mrs. Anne/
'and family.
, j E. G. Finkle’s a'e Christmas
> dinner with his sLier, Mis. Cto.
Middleswart and family.
Mr. Thmnnsjn is building a
I house for Graudmu Pruett.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmelte Simp-j
son spent Xmas with Grandma j
Simpson and ihe Simpson child-j
ren in Springiield. Emmeib.j
Jr. and Bessie came home with
(them to spend their vacation.
UunandNurma Cels are sprnd
t ing their Christmas vacation m,
| '} exes.
; Mrs. Warman and two hide
i daughters from Lamar visited
II the E. G. Fmkls home last
Thursday and Friday.
,) Mr. and Mrs. Vinyard and
. children spent Christmaa with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson
i
i
Mutton Hollow
,| John Hatches, Jr, and wife
( and beby are here from Oklahc
t ina visiting with his parents
and Grandpa Lay’e.
‘,
Tils road south of Vilas
through Mutton ilciluw and the
’ sand we understand will be
- graded and gypped in the near
future. It will be appreciated
by the publir.
Jess Whitelock has been vis
Iting at C. A. Finley’s.
John Melli'ti and wife spent
, Sunday with Professor Finley
ind ' :r Anna.
Several from Mutton Hollow
attended the dance at Henry
' Blenchat’s Monday night.
I
McKinley
1 The Xmas program was
excellent. Quite a large crowd
and the tree could not hold all
the presfnts All had a fine
lime
H*nr.r Williams and wife are
at Hooker, Okie, spending
Christmaa.
A large and merry crowd
•pent Xmas day at the bi me *f
Mr. and Mrs. O-cps Pa rlier,
1 ell reporting a good time ant
wishing Xmaa would nonar
aftaaar.
Mrs. Hnlllnswarth and akiid
r*n have got homa after quite a
lac* stay at Elkhart.
Fanny Holliniworth and her
.'star will soon start t* school.
!
Hauling feed is the order of
' the day.
John Moore’s attended tha
Xmts services.
Floyd Patterson spent Xmas
with Albert Gilman.
Notice of Sale
Of Bankrupt Stock
Notice is hereby given that
the rndcislvnvd Trust 0 * in
Bnnkrupt of the eatate of the
Sprauge Hnhhs Clothing Co.
bankrupt, will on Saturday, tha
7th day of January, A. D. 1922,
at Ike hour of 11:00 A. M., ati
the former place of business of [
the said bankrupt at Springfield,
Colo., sell for cash to the high
est bidder all thn stock, fixtures,
bonk accounts and personal
property of the said estate.
The said stock and appraisr,
ment thereof nan be coen at th*
place of businesc of tald bank
rupt.
Pueblo, Colo., December 27th
A. D. 1921.
RoberfW. Vates, •
Trustee
Burnett
Is Coming
Palana kott I, Si.i i.t^fl*»ld,
• Monday-Tuesday, Jan. 9-10.
Two days only.
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| This cut illustrates Burnett’s
j NO-CHART method of examing
c/csfor glasses.
D. ar Public:
When yourcyes need attention,
| ask yourselves this question
what man within reach of me is
qu ilified to make the most skillfu.
examination of my eyes? If you
will compare m.v method of ex
amining eyes with that of any of
my competitors in this part of
the world, I am sure that you
will want me to furnish your
glasses.
I will be pleased to demonstrate
■y work toyou without charge.
Mark my date on your calendar
so you won’t forget.
E. F. Burnatt, Optometrist,
Mox 167. Pueble, Colo.
ti "Building your J
ml Wealth jm
A bank works for you night
sad day, week after week,
adding cents to your dollars. Little
by little the amounts grow till each
addition is a respectable sura.
Where dees the gain come from?
Not from your pocket Nor from
ours. It is the result of production.
Money placed in a bank is given
an opportunity to work and to
produce.
/iflm Thus* bank builds your wealth^
m Start with a small deposit if you
v wilL Add to it when you can—
A imL. regularly if you can do so. It
not be long till you can
fairly see it grow.
NmKp This laaJtJlrar Sajf Servant
On* «* Amtmn* toft* V# Tmdmy—MOWl
FARMERS STATE BANK
SPRINGFIED, COLORADO
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New Y ear Greetings
Thanking all our freinds and customers for their busness durning
j the year just closing, and wishing everybody a Happy and Prosperous
f New Year, We will strive to please you throughout the entire year
( of 1922 in all our business transactions.
! f aiaiggHßPgagigaiggasiasigaieigaißSigMg
I j j
' Truax Hardware & Furniture Company
| C. F. Tnui M.r j
f Springfield Colorado 1
I t
Roy N. Winter!;
> EXI’ERIKNCIiD AUCTIONEER
— Make Dates At—
Herald or Democrat
Office
The Man I Have Sold
I 0"W MV RttferoiMM*
Hewing Wanted For ail
kind aof wowing ftf'o Mrs. C. A.
N*'wlard. Price* »ipht —sati-••
faction *au ran tend.
•r. W. f. Ymity
PVfsdaG uJ Surgeon
i
: Two Bnttes Colorado
tri. Culp & Newland
PkfaciiH and Sorgeens
Springfield • Colorado
Traok Drivers, you can gat
whAt yon want In Cord Tires at
Oleksy's.
Dr. Patterson M. L).
Physician and Surgesa*
Joyeoy, 0010.
•fiUaundp/
■ | Oheig NORTH Light Plant
Gather anrl deliver free
Save express, to f’uoblo.
The beat of work tfuaran-
SEE OUR PATRONS
for reference.
:! R. L. ROBINS, Sprinflicltl, Cwioiado
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i SHOE & HARNESS REPAIRING
! Likewise anto tops, or anylhiig in sewing or pegging.
You’ll We pleased and coce back. First-Class Work
GIVE ME A TRIAL
W. A. Wilson Ml Springfield Colo.
M
j Alfred Todd J. S. Underwood
TeJd & Uaderwoed
Lawyers
Lamar Colc-"'’^
$50,000
Now Available for Bacaj
aid Las Animas county
Farm Loans. Can dose
at once.
i N. K. BICKFORD
i
| Get our prices on oil in quanti
, tics. 5 gallon or barrel lots—
i Dickey Auto Sales Co.
I
| Dickey will sell you n high-|
grade oil for your truck or trae-,
tor at railroad prices.
I
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DR. B. J. BURTON
DENTIST
••r,.rfs*ld, Colorado!
1 11 p.\ v >*l dr l ■ ' • i
t» do your trading in Bpringfi«rl.
I Let the Democrat- Her ild i-o
' jour Jftb printing.
VT?''■rx~rr: -a* f -.yy'<T- - ; * •J."-/- - ' ~ •
LEE HOLMES
a
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Blacksmithing
IVill an date a share of your
i Patronage
Spring.ield, - Colo.
CANNING E. LIKES M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Xray Laboratory
I UMAR «- COLO
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I J. K Doughty C. L. Douahty
I Lun'ir, C*!a.
' DOUGHTY & DOUGHTY
Attorney* and Connßolor* at Law
I S| •cialtiee. Real HetaU aad JTobate L«w.
• lTss®a at Lamar a <J SpriaffUstd. Celui
f: JICIESTER S PiLLS
V ’flu: MAM«X!' SRASft
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t .. la* A -duae-te-rfi s«cm.>ndßr«tid//^V•
t. A>- 1 '.ii> la T..-4 f. ul t old iuUlm\y
’-pV Jo t>e>ca. ee»t.-'1 with nine |<iU>oa. \T
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* ! \ fS years knownasUe-.t.nafcst. ANayu ReUaTfe.
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