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HXPERIENCUD AUGTIONEER Make Dates At— Democrat - Herald Office The Man I Have Sold for vTy Reference.... Hides--Furs Trap;.;.- rs: We want your fur? and arc always in the market to buy them even wlier 'ther deal' or.< are not buying. Xu matter! whit kind of fk : we can; surely* satisfy you. i Raccoon, mink, r beaver. ( marten, fisher and are ail specialities. Country Dealers: ur entire, lot* are solicited v.\ you are assured of prompt'- ' returns If remittance U not . is factor*’, your furs will be returned to you ( xpross paid. Large Den’ers’ lot - bought by ; wire Write for full particulars! and 3Vice List. Also handlers of Horse Hides, j Cattle Hides nnd Tul'ow. Western Hide and Fur Co. 4:112 Campon Avenue, c 3 Omaha, Neb. For Sale - New player piano in Bad county for sale cheap to avoid taking hack to Lamar. Writ* or call. Adams & ivirkpa'ric, i c 6— Lamar, 0010. ! I fcPfbt * iou n»c ._.lw sfcAi 1 S' " / r-/7 under j the Stars c id Stripes I I More than fifty freight and passenger services un der the Stars and Stripes | arc ready for your use IN the haibors of sfr.nge lands where the Stars and Stripes had become but a memory, they j are no~v found oiue more on reg'.:iar schedule time. The grand* sons c>t a generation dead and ■one have seen the icturn of the ! Flag to ail the seven seas. • ! Hcip to keep the Stars and j Stripes in its rightful place, alt over the world, by sailing and : shirping on American owned j and operated ships. “We cannot sell successfully," I said President Harding, “where we do not carry.” American ships are now available. Be sure to use them whenever possible. Operators of Passenger Services Admiral Line. 17 Scale Street, New York. N Y. Met eon Navigation Company. 26 So. Cay Street. Baltimore. Mo. Munson Steam Ship Line, 12 Beaver Street, New York, N. Y. New York end Porto Rico §. 6. Co., 11 Broadway, New York. N. Y. 1 PecJ‘'>c Mail S. S. Co ,4f Broadway, New York, N. Y. U. S. Malt S. S. Co., 41 Broadway. New York. N. Y. Ward l ine, 'New York anJ Cuba Mall S S. O.) Foot of Wall Street, New York, N. Y. Free use of Shipping Board films Use of Shipping Board motion picture I hints, four reels, free or. request of any I mayor, pen or, postmaster, or o'genl ration. A Riest educational picture I of ships n-.J tve sea Write for Inform* otion toll I sue. D :ecror Information Bureau, Room Si l. !)I9 ’ F” Street, N. W., Washington, D C | SHIPS FOR f 'LB i (To America* cilixtnt only) . Steal steamer*, both oil er.d coal I burner*. Also wood staamcn. wood bull* and oceea-tfcinl tugs. * urllier ! ieiarmatioa sbtain.d by request. For sailings of passenger and freight ships to all | parts of the world and all I other information, write | any of the above lines or U S* SHIPPING BOARD The Graft Store UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT j J. F. STAGNER, Prop. Dealer in GEN’L MERCHANDISE j I Wl Trea t You Right, and Solicit Your Trade. 11 COLO ll A Few Suggestions I Usiatvlul v ith piopvt uentca-nuUco u>u, body limit Mr. when the given mine or Ini tials r.ro used . pell days of wock In full —can bhbreuate titles before narnen cleewise spell In full—Al.bruvlate the slate only whon ecunty or j post-.fficc ia jrivun—“Anil." not Observe j this strictly —“A littlo humor now and than is I relished bv the b*.t of man;" but laave nut the j personal fur.nies. and all parsooals that might I displease Mail telbirs Saturday wh>*n possible Monday will do. Tuesday has • chance. Wcduc* | | day toe lit*. Hopewell Sou:e windy day Saturday. I Th‘ sick are all well or im- I proving. Mr and Mrs. Gulick of Kan (sag are here on a visit to relativos. Herman Fiippin and Oacnr i H i]l are both staving at Rock i hill’s and going to school. i The farmers’ wivrs are busy setting hens and in stars— there are already a fc.v newly hatched chicks in the vicinity. MetMnks, perhaps they better he knitting stockings for these little chickens, for we might have some winter yet. F. M. Strube of Flues, Colo., was through these parts last week on his wsy to the south east corn*r of Baca county, ; vliere he is busy organizing the j nonpartisan league. He is very i enthusiastic over the league. I We see by the last Herald that W. L. Rockhiil expecta to sow about. 500 acres of spring wheat. He asked us to inforrm its readers that that is entirely too murEand that 100 sores of spring wheat is a g-eat plenty. A letter was received from , Ile v Harley I). Trvnn and wife of Wichita. Kans. Thev drove through in their Ford in two ■ lays and a night. Their n nny , friends here will be glad to I learn that they are all well and I are now holding a revival in I Wichita, their horn- town. , ! Joycoy Our initial reno-t brought or !i a mis quo'ation. Are we j having greatness th upon us’ Every Monday nr monihs ■ our worse half has *.»Li with a chceiful giin “VVg will sure ret a rain (or snow) this woek.” We opin3 that our worse half is io worsor a prophet than many another the papers of the day ire quoting. i Everett and William Eskew I are taking a vacation, and visit* mg i.i Oklahoma and Kansas. There are n.» railroids being built, no deaths, no marriage*, no births, but so many comings and going * of the near-great I and would-ba-areat that w* despair of an attempt to chron jicle them. j Boston i S D-vo Konkel and family of | Carnpo f pent Sunday with Mrs. j Adda Conkel. [ Mis. Frank Villers and chili | ri n spent Sunday with Mrs. Jno 1 Erickson' J. B. Giittin l ist two calves list week with black h g. Wi ford Konkel and vile and Miss Griffin attended church at S nnington Sunday ni*ht. Blanch and E's- Poweil of ] Springfield spent list week with I I Mrs. Adda Konkel. . . j Diamond Ridge ' Having some cold weather but! ■ not much snow ’ Ray Nicodentus went to town ' one day last week. C. I. Wray an 1 wire went to 1 town with Able k'icodemus last Monday. j | Will Wray is hauling sand for E. W. Hoot. He expects lo build a cellar to live in. Rill is going to Arkansas this summer. Mrs. Fred Miles called at D. Wray's one day last we k. Dewey Davis has traded for another Ford with a Mr. Hrisen dme near Wentworth. Roy Beightol and Warren Newberry have been hauling feed. Jess Russels butchered last week. 1-M.M Utleyville A big surprise dinner at Mr. Ware’s. A bunch of Mr. Ward s frienus came ill on his birthday, > Sunday the 29th, and surprised l him. Fats, I should say. Eatsj galore. Those present were: j C. Wilkinson’s, Everett Beat- j ty’s. Walker Beatty's. Jason Beatty, Jesse Holland’s, Gene Gantt’s. Howard Chapman’.., Julius Hinds and wife, Mrs. Will Campbell, Frank Craig’s, Miss Myrtle Stephens, Eva and Edna Ogden, Miss Anna Shaw. Pete Marsh, Elthue McGinnis's, Mr. and Mrs. Mundy, Will You g blcod’g, John Harris’and Harvey Lynch. Some of the people of the east ought to come out west if they wait to find a good cook, espi cia!, the young men— liei'uuso old Baca hits s inn of tiie best cooks indoors [and s' me of the sweetest girl-1 If you don’l believe me. tile n-xt big birth day dinner there is in these t...i‘—, . injout and see for your : sel f. Mrs. Derby Mundy left last week for Shamr. ok, Tex , fo, a several weeks’ visit among ftimds and relatives. Mrs. Johh Skally left for Ok iahotnu la3t week where she wMI ‘ visit this sinter. I.! and Mrs Guy Ee..siuy drove through to Tex ,s in the Beasley truck. Riley Sewel, Fred Hunting and Mr. Long started for Las Ani | nas Monday with Corn. I J. O Jones’ father is ipiite ill with pneumonia. District 52 Our coo .ly superintendent, Mrs. Jackson, and husband were visiting our school Friday. Mrs. , Jackson told us about the com ing 3~lto J fair and spelling con test She seemed very much ulfased with the school. They . ..no during the noon hour, tdked with the children and ~lr. Jackson played hull with .lie hoys. Mrs. Jackson urges a 7 monihs term of school anyway j if 8 months cannot he had. We! t.l enjoyed having Mr. and Mrs. • Jackson with u* and hope thc.v 1 will come eg tin. Ji TTTe Carry a Complete Stock of Shelf and Heavy Hardware implements and Wei! Supplies I W Furniture and Undertaking Goods. Our Special Price Siill Remains on Lots of our in. Goods During the Month of January. 1 Truax Hardware and Furniture Company jfi C. F, Truax Mgr. 1 Springfield Colorado laßPEgiigigaigißßiißPgaigigatggueaißißßa^cnipmiiiHimiiiiiiiHiiioageagsaßsacgi^Biigpga^igßnigaiJßiigMfap j Mrs. Fr*d Mundy and daugh ter. Dorathy Nell, Mrs. J.liri |qkei|«v and children went tc | Branson Monday - will 'to on tj Texas and Oklahoma to visit j for 3evoral weeks. Wo will miss I Dorothy Nell us she was one of |our best pupils, i Bud Tan lie i und Ed. Baker were transne'ing sow 1 basin.-ss matters in the McAr hur neigli i borhood Sunday and Monday. Hubert Cain, from the Cain ranch nerr Lamar, lias been down near Dodge’s this list week. William Pitman (known to us only as Pat), is hauling feed from the- John Skclley place for Arthur Dodge. Mrs. Oito, Fern and Clavern, Mary Marlin and Alice Yearger spent Sunday with the Robbins Joe Murphy, the horse buyer, has been down ill this neighbor-1 hood buying fiorses. Barney Jones and Lee Pritrh ard were down at McArthur’s Saturday night seeing about i buying steers. Z Jlie Jones, from Regniei. j was at the McAithur ranch j Sunday night. Ed. Craig's were visiting at' ,Jchu Ward’s Sunday. j Deed’s and Hinds were at I Lynch’s, Gibbon’s and Beasley’s | stores Sunday. I In our fii st. third and fifth grade Arithmetic classes, we now have real thing- to seil and money to buy them. The! children are ijnick to learn to j give change. Mr. Bessly, the i Utleyvilie men hint, sent us i sum tnarshmo loss tu he suld. StonLy Presley acted is store keeper and the children bought and ate the candy which they] enjoyed very much - thanks to Mr. Keasley. It ymond Houchens and W. eJ Robf ins went to K'un Monday, j Frankie Robbins was visiting 1 p— '■ ■' I •tj ’ Inciting' J V m Oppcrtunttjr XM J\ ! read V f- nds is the magnet 1 V that will draw opportunity, not once but many times to the thrifty man’s door. The funds need not be large. Thcio are opportunities of aii sues. l)ut j the possession of capital, no matter ' how limited, implies the presence of other desirable qualities—such as ! business sense, stability, ambition. -—By starting a savings account ' ll with us now you- will soon have sufficient savings accu* J Cf mutated to triable you to fti Vj welcome Opportunity when she next knocks. Without jf\ j money you may not even ro o r-o a r iVrT Tv r ~i recognize her. Thlj ‘BanK.yoxtr Tizjrt SeriJant Open an Xrca uf%i. tmitb \S* Today—fdCPWf FARMERS STATE BANK SPRINGFIED, COLOR ADO i i I with Ft rn Otto Sunday evening.! M i Bi h Dodge took Mr. and Mrs. I IVur McDonald to Utleyville : j Wednesday morning. They >] will go on in the mail car to ‘ Lamar, and through by train > Las Animas, where Mrs. id - Donald will visit lor a while. Mr. McDonald will go on to ’ Magdalena, New Mex., where he is thinking of taking over the I care of sheep Max James is I taking care of their sheep while' i they are away. Don’t forget the High School Carnival which is to be given at : the school building tonight. l ’file siJe shows start promptly l at 7:00. Something new—Dor.’il miss it Proceeds go to help' out on the annual. 1 North Flats Fred Chatham and Arthur! Bickford too.c Fred’s broom orn Lamar last Thursday. Airs Uarinon died at the hoapital at Pueblo and was j brought back homo and laid to rest ill a ne .v cemetery, otiC| milesout'i of Hie Pilot Point! school Ilona . j I Richard Smith’s father tame' after them last Sunday and I they have gone to Balko, Okla. Richard is going to work in his j brother? garage 'here. ' We an hear the whistle of Jim foe’s thresting machinei every day now. Ira Chonowi'tii and family* came out one day ia-t week and | butchered a be of. , 1 Henry Bickford siavrd nil | night with his sister at Spring i field last Myi day. Jim Ccverdi.il and Herny, Bickford are hau'ing feed fromi ; to Mr. William’s place. I I | Mr. I) u era on is .stepping hiirh| i these day.-—all on account of a, i big ho., which arrived lust Mon-j 'day to call him Papa Lyric Theater Continued erom Fir st Page I Siory of how a g.vpsey girl mar-1 ! ried a clergyman. , Saturday night’ Feb. 4. Billie Burke—ordered by re-j uiiest —“Peggy” is this picture! I ! IA comedy drama. . ,! I iTuosday, F.-b,7. , Our beloved Olive Thomas will star in ‘‘Darling Mine.” The I Olive Thomas pictures need no i advertising—she is alway? en ■ tertaining. ) I February i). ■ Do not miss this picture. “The! I Vaily of Doubt” is an absorbing j Idramaof the Wooded tracts of j (the great northwest, a siory oi 'how human beings, told in "! strictly hum in, sj mpathetic wa,, ! Beautiful Ai line Pretty is tnt Istar. Prices, 15en 25c but do not class this witli our 2uc films ' i Locals | Lafc- Burton was over from! I Kim Tuesday. \ A. J Gibbons of Oklaradowas I in town Tuesday. Ti.e , ’Sin that was His’ —spe-' cial film at Liric Feb. 1 J, , Geo. Ervin Konkel. ex-mer I ichant of was in | Springfield Friday, on his wayj Ito visit his larniiy in Lamar v \ I SHOE & HARNESS REPAIRING Likewise auto tops, or anything in sewing or pegging. You’ll be pleased and come back. First-Class Work GIVE ME A TRIAL W. A. Wilson ''h'.it Springfield Colo. Alfred Todd J. S Underwod Todd & Underwood ! fiawyers , Lam.ir Colorado! I $50,000 Now Available tor Baca, and Las Animas county, Farm Loans. Can dose at once. ; N. K. BICKFORD | i _______— Catarrh Can Be Cured | Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Inlluenced by eonslitutional condl- , | ’ions. It therefore requires con>titu-| | tlon.il treatment. HALL’S CATARItn * MIODICING is taken Internally anil j 'nets through the Blood oi* the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL'S ( ATAItRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the nit lent strength bv improving the gen *rnl health and usslsts nature ia doia e ts work. All druggists. ( uvula rs tree. ' F. .7. Cheaey & (Jo., Toledo, Ohio. J Sewing Wanted For ali xind-’of powinjt Mrs. O. A. j S'" land. Pricea r ipht nHtis . ac ion vrriii • aoleed DR, B. J. BURTON | , DENTIST- (Springfield, - Colorado] , M i | Dr. W. P. Verity Physician and Surgeon Two Buttes Colorado Dr*. Culp & Newlaad Physicians and Surgeons Springfield - Colorado j Dr. Patterson M. 1 1. I Physician and Surgeon I 4£ mi. South 2mi East | Joy coy, Colo. I ) For Sale. 1 Full blood Spotted Poland Chi- Jna malt; hog*. 0 miles west and 12 south of Sprint.*field, W. L. Rock hill, j Sprinwft’eld, Colo. I ; Notice To The Public I . ! P J. Buileey, former mechanic jof the Denney garage, is now I located in the (Joldi-n building ion West 9ih street, and extendi ! a special invitation to his friends and former customers to call on him with their work at his new 1 quarters. i My motto is prompt service | and work lhal will please. P. J. Bailey j Springfield, Colo. i i ■ I I-T' 'lee holmes I ■ ■ _ General Blacksmithing Wili app* ecinte a share of ycur Patronage Springfield, - Colo. LANNING E. LIKES M. D. Physician & Surgeon Xray Laboratory LAMAR COLO I J. K Dot.hli c. L. Dowr | Lamar, Com. Sprtoie.la . DOUGHTY & DOUGHTY j Ai,| 3,mi.i, j Specialties. Koal EstAto and Probate Law. ; Offices at Lamar a d Sprin«Held. Color* t . I . QSsfc:i£STErr g pills" L' .* ,l1 " 1,1 *<r«J i- - ,|j , \L - $ •—' SOLO BV DKIXiQISfy tVERYWittf