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THE SPRINGFIELD HERALD.
Vol. XXVI. No 43
PANTITORIUM '
CLINT KERCHEVAL, Prop. I
At The Herald Building. Your patronage solicited
Clothes Cleaned And Pressed.
TEFFT & MORROW, Well Drillers
DEEP WELLS A SPECIALTY. BEST PORTABLE WELL
DRILL IN BACA CO. QUICK RELIABLE WORK
Call on or write Springfield, Colo.
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MRS. JOHN GRAY
Millinery and f*
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NEW GOODS NEW STORE .v^y.
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SUNDAY’S GARAGE
Carrying U. S. Mail Daily between Lamar and Sprin g
field
Leaves Lamar 8:00 a. m. Leaves Stfringfield
1:30 p. m.
DAILY
We earnestly solicit passengers and express.
•Call at Sunday’s Garage, Phone Lamar 1-3-9
or Herald at Springfield.
FARE $3.50 ONE WAY
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4*B li. B. Brown, Pros. A. N. PARRISH, Vice-Pros. r!gr
VV. C. Gould, Cashier. Jr
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r Lamar, Colorado. #
Capital Stock $50,000.00
■3s£ Surplus - - $35,000.00
We take special pains in the handling of all good business
7n* + R. B. Brown, .A. N. Parrish, -
j%F ltJtlTlMriOrßl w. C. Gould, M. D. Thatchek,
T. M. Brown.
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.. KONKEL’S STORE .. j
STONINGTON. COLO.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats, Siloes Etc.
The Store of Quality and Lou Prices
Best quality Lilac Fancy Maine Corn 2 cans cts. Pure
Cream Corn 3 cans 25 cts. Tomatoes _ cans _5 cts.
Always buy your Sugar here)for you get the pure cane sugar
lli pounds for Si .00
We Solicit Your Patronage
B m^gHMOBBHDMBnnnBBaDt. -s >tt*i «i ; .
IC. Frost Liggett, Allyn Cole,
13 yrs. Receiver in U. S. Land Office. Lawyer. t;
LIGGETT & COLE
General practitioners is all matters before tlm U. S. Land
Cilice and in all the Courts. Suite 1 V. S. Land
Phone Lamar 113- Office Bldg. Lamar, Colo. j:
SPRINGFIELD, BACA COUNTY, COLORADO, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913.
$250.00 REWARD.
Whkkmak certain and num
erous parties have been killing
mi ilia Is belonging to Tlu*
PkaikiicCattlk (Jo. Ltd. some
forjtlio purpose of selling the
moat, others lor the purpose
>f obtaining meat for their own
:<>nsumption and others for the
reason that the cattle have giv
jn them annoyance:- r J"iI is is
ro ci vk .\OTiGK that the above
•e.ward of $250.00 will lie given
io anyone giving such informa
tion as will lead to the convic
lion of each and every guilty
person. All animal., belonging
to The Pwaikik Catti.k Co.',
ltd. are branded JJ on the
left hip, and all information
should be Liven to H. G.
GlazhuoOk, Manager, Prakiis
Catti.H Co. Ltd, Fligbee, Colo
rado. Adv.
PROF, BAKER.
Bostonians will remember the
celebrated character who per
former 1 . miracles and carried
everything by storm until finally
cornered by our own Prof. Couch
who, through superior magic
bro ce •; ell and caused (him
or her) to vamoose. The Prof,
successfully escaped prosecution
at Trinidad on a statutory
charge and irom there went to
Los Angeles where (he or her)
forged money orders to the ex
tent of several thousands and
“got the cash." The Prof, was
'•eeoiuiy arrested at Kansas City
and while being taken back to
Los Angeles i obbed the officer in
charge and jumped from the
train. (Him or her) has since
been apprehended at Albuquer
que, X. M. and will betaken to
Calif fo-i trial.
i
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
SIS mercury will surely destroy tho aenso
of and eunipiut. ly <leram;o tlio
whole system when entering It through
th • mucous surfar. s. Such articles should
never be used except on prescriptions
lr< in reput physicians, as tho damago
they will <lo is ; n fold to tho good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall’s
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Chen* v & Co.. Toledo, 0.. contains no
mercurv, ami Is taken internally, acting
dir* etlv upon the blood and mucous sur
fac.'-a . ; t. • sv.-tom. Tn buying Hall’s
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu
ine. It ■ riken internally and made In
Tob do. Ohio, bv V. J. Cheney &. Co. Tes
timonials fr
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle,
Take Uall’u Family nils for constipation.
THE 4TH.
The different committees are
in the harness and at work and
will have the program ready for
publication by next week.
At the meeting held hero last
Saturday night it was voted to
hold tlm celebration in town.
There will, however, be picnicing
in tiie grove. All together the
best celeb ration in the history of
Springfield.
$&% After any Sickness
v 'j|H or Operation
doctors prescribe SCOTT'S
EMULSION —it contains the
vital dements nature craves
* ’ to repair waste, create pure
blood and build physical strength*
No Alcohol or Opiate
Scott & ltovnc, Bloomnci.i. N. J. 12-23
GREAT REUNION OF VETERANS
The men who fought under
tho Hags of th-* North :iml South
during the Civil War will meet a
gain on tin; iifti<:t!i anniversary
of one of 1ho Mere* si battles of
that conllict on tho field of Get
tysburg, but this time with the
hearty handgrasp of friendship.
Tiie Gettysburg reunion promis
es to be one of the* greatest gath
erings of veterans since the war
anil -10,000 old soldiers are ex
pected to attend. A story of the
reunion, entitled “Veterans to
Meet on Battlefield/’ is. printed
on another page of this issue.
You will find it interesting read
ing.
Measel has secured the con
tract from H. 0. Kaiser to build
a." room residence and a store
building l* JxlCO. Work will com.
menco at once.
Local Gossip.
Gum Thompson was over
from Stonington for a day this
week. Come again.
Morton Jones the well known
Colorado Springs land man was
a court visitor this week.
Decoration day was appropri
ately observed here last Friday.
Miss Wanda Me Adam has ac
cepted a "position in‘.Wheeler’s
big store. The young lady will
give satisfaction to both the pro
prietor and patrons.
Red Cochran old time cow
man and one of the directors of
the recently-established Bank of
Johnson, Kansas was in town
first of the week.
On account of bad weather
Couch & Crocker have canceled
all dates for the Passion Play un
til further notice.
During the next 51 days I will
sell 200 cases of can corn and
tomatoes and other can goods
at 5 per cent above cost. I
must make room. Hence the
sale is on.
W. A. Thompson,
Stonington, Colo.
Ex-Assessor Campbell and
Mrs. Essie Stevens were married
by Esquire Ypkum at Vilas last
Sabbath. The bride is the daugh
ter of the late Thomas J. Cook,
a very estimable young woman.
The groom is known all over Baca
Co. as nn honest, upright citizen
May good great happiness
and prosperity attend them.
The Couj» generally was
blessed witjtss a fine rain last.
Monday was followed
again by a »<§ ler soaker Tues
day. nigbtf. with additional
planting and tnoroii gTfcul ti vat ion
our farmers are quite certain to
harvest another banner crop for
lb]3. Get on to that Dry Farm
er Smile,
The case of the U. S. vs. K. D.
Nance, to set aside a patent on
an Isolated tract, wherein the
government charges a conspir
acy between certain persons to
prevent free and open bidding
had a round here on Monday.
Testimony was taken before*
Special U. S. Commissioner,
Miss Speers of Denver. Lacey
& Parrish represented the gov
ernment, Granby Hillyer appear
ed for Mr. Nance.
District Court convened here
Tuesday, Judge McHendrie pre
siding. Attys. Hillyer, Made,
Dolphe, Dist. iAtty. Hendrick,
Depy. Dist. Atty. Allen, Atty.
Cole represented different inter
ests. Several land cases were
disposed of and in the case of the
People vs. Patterson a discontin
uance was entered. The case* oi
Marsh & Collins vs. Herbert and
the Labriere case will come up
for trial |on the 10th of this'
month.
REMEDY FOR ’HOPPER PEST
“Criddlc* Mixture" Wil:
Poison Them by Millions
Experts Say.
Wbshington, May 27. The
grasshopper invasion of North
eastern New Mexico, a telegrap
hie report of which reached the
Department of Agriculture to
day from A. G. Hammer, one of
its agents, is not causing any a
larm among officials here.
Prof. F.JM. Webster, in charge
of insect investigations, said to
day the pest is not likely to
spread over a large territory, as
it could be checked before it had
gone far.
“A simple means is at hand
for exterminating the plague,”
said Prof. Webster. “All farm
ers have to do is to make “(’rid
die mixture.” composed of a half!
barrel of horse manure, 1 pound (
of salt and 1 pound of paris green
If the manure is not fresh the
j salt should be dissolved in water ;
The grasshoppers will eat this
readily and can be poisoned by j
millions.”—Ex.
4j£S£-:« fciSS;
I DAGGETT fIND SONS I
Hi arnumr \ $
$ We have a Full Line of Mens, W omens ancl ."
t Childrens SHOES and SLIPPERS. Mens shoes It
(t at $1.85 to $5, Womens shoes at $1.76 to $4.50,
it Childrens shoes at 50 cts. up. $
Vi/ w
viz vt>
Yo u can find what you want in mens Hats at r
DAGGETTS. We have them from $1.50 up. Our j
special is our $2 hat in black or light. We are ’
fixed to fit any size head. 1
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LADIES SPRING HATS f
This week we will have an assortment of ladies
and Misses hats which will please. They are not F
the regular assortment from factory but hand |
# jfj\
made hats Prices from $2 up. If you want a hat /{>
/?■' *\
W this is your chance. »f\
(!> i if>
| You Can Get What You Want At |
| DAGGETTS’ 2
DAGGETTC WILL TAKE PASSENGERS TO SYRACUSE, KANS- ON SUN., RETURN MON.
'ft *fV
■e
Baker B;*os. are prepared to j
make cement blocks for building i
7viirpbsr*« They have J-wu! ex •
perience in this line of work and
would be pleased to figure with
anyone contemplating building.
—Adv.
NOTICE,
Dr. J. T. Nicholson is now at
bis new office in Stonington
ready for business L. V. Camp
bell in charge of auto.—Adv.
HAIR SWITCHES
Made from combings. Price
a() cents. Send to—
Nina Cloyd, Vilas, Colo. adv.
NOTICE TO STOCKMEN
Who are going to drive stock
‘into Oklahoma or Kansas. They
must hold their herds within 10
miles of the State line fur inspec
tion and must give me plenty oJ
time in which to reach their
herds. All persons who cross I
the State line with herds with
out inspection will be prosecuted
by the State Board of Stock In
spection < ominissioners.
L. L. Knox, Inspector.
When you want Drugs or Jew
,■l ry you kn< > w you can depend j
on patronb:" X. N. McLean, j
“The Old Reliable” Druggist A
Jeweler, Lamar. Colo. N. B.
First class Jeweler and Graduate
Optician in charge of Jcweleryj
department. Adv.
Poisoned grain for sand rats,
prairie dogs etc., at the P. O. ;
Drug Store in Si.GO, 50c. and 25c
packages.—Adv.
-t nt-r-rr-yri—-'.TETW f
PUBLIC SALE NOTICE,
For the accomodation of the
Public I will give my services
free each Saturday between
tho hours of 2 end 4 p. m. to
sell at auction any property
parties wish to bring to Ston
| ington.
W. A. THOMPSON, Auctioneer. J
Mrs. S. J. Stewart who has
been very ill for several months ,
shows no improvement, but prob- ;
ne from day'
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■ .1.. M. WILLIAMS, Pubs. CHARLES MAXWELL, Vice-Phes. !
1 "C L. J. CORING. Cashier. J. V. BPOOKER. Asa’v. , *
! GITIIENS -STATE BANK I
LA MAE, COLORADO.
CAPITAL STOCK $35,000 t
* SURPLUS $lO,OOO %
W<* invito you to transact your business with this j*
\ .bunk, and endeavor to give prompt and efficient .-.••rvice £
by personal und courteous creatmcnt to our customers.
1 DIRECTORS: * \
<? J..M. WILLIAMS, CHARLES MAXWELL, GEO. A. EVERETT,
I. L. MAXWELL, L. J. BORING, X
.- 8898889 ——■
1 Baca Co. Abstract Co. |
W. M. STEWART, Manager.
Abstract of Title to any Lands in Baca County i;_
K New Maps of Baca County 15 cts at office 20cts by mail. «
Notary Public
| Agent for
I FIDELITY I’HENIX FIRE INS. CO. OF NEW Y<tRK |
Springfield, Baca County Colorado, {jj
AG Line
BASSE PEEKS .V EXPRESS i
: ••tween Stonington x- Holly j
;>n'd other points.
Round trip leaving Stoning
ton sa. m. Monday, Wednes- j
; day and Friday.
FARE
0. !° way s;{ 50
Round trip SC.OO
Phone or write,
A. C. WILLIAMS
STONINGTON, COLORADO
j T. R OXENREIDER
l Practical
WELL DRILLER
| Prices Reasonable. — Satisfaction ]
j Guaranteed. SPRINGFIELD COLO.
Notice.
Dr. T. H. Brady V. S. of
Lamar will be at Spring-1
field, Monday. June 9, Vi
las and Frank Welch place;
Tuesday, the 10th, Ston
ington, Wednesday the
11th. Will examine Stall
I ions and Jacks, and do den.
j istrv, castrating and gen
i cral veterenary work. Adv.,
$ 1.25 Per Ycar.
E. S. Jackson W. A. Thompson jj
THOMPSON & JACKSON
-AUCTIONKKKS
Long distance phone
Stonington, Colorado |
_________________ i
IV. A. MERRILL F. J. M'eHRTY
Oepy. Dist. attorney
MERRILL A Jn CARTY
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lav
Lamar National Bank BUIk.
Rooms 3. 4 and 5
A general practice in all civil matters
in all the courts.
L. L. KNOX
BRAND INSPECTOR
SPRINGFIELD \ \ BCi.
i/- ■
|S J. V. SAYLER,
.v Dentist
First class work
1 v
I V Two Buttes, Colorado.
| . .-?-> ; --;a -5-3 OS .a- •
l NO DRUGS NO SURGERY
WALTHER & WALTHER
CHIROPRACTORS
LAMAR, COLORADO
j Room 14. First I onsultaUon and
j National Lank lildK. ' .u- i nation Fr< <•

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