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{‘rWJi&FLELD HERALD
®rt.)t*i Piper Of The County
I'U BUSHED FRIDAYS
I. M. UHKEL
CDffM . in - OWNER
|l.£6 In Advance.
aatm a. the aptlopdelil, FortolHre
m besoml-elaas RUUr.
le orderla* a abanga of address, be
W ta |tva both tba old sddrsaa ami
Aonnuncements.
ti, my candidacy for the coun
tm jadgashlp I would appreciate
•gaaapport, regardless of par
ty aSUatioua, of all who favor
m j election, and promise, if
Seated, to exercise Hie same
'isslaataking care in the perform
ance of the duties of the ofHce
l have exercised since my ap
■niatment to fill tlie vacancy.
T. Eldon Allen
1 am a candidate on the repub-
ticket for re-lection to the
egos of aaeessor, and on the
eWength of my services in the
tetKcal of the ceunty during
my present term, would solicit
year support for re-election and
premise If elected to do my duly
wMt tbe same care as during
my first term, and will be able
ts fie still better work bv reason
Sf rny experience.
W. 0. Brown.
~As the nominee of the repub
ttaaa party for the office of sher
1 3, 1 solicit your support fn the
-.uaeral election, and promise if
•ieeted to fill the place to the
beet of my ability.
Maurice Long
Believing that I have the re
quisite qualifications to fill the
ivflee ef county superintendent,
x ask your support In November
and, if elected, promise to do my
beet for the schools of the coun
ty.
Btrl 0. Denney.
Having received the nomina
iltoo Qtjnj party r.t the primary
eieetfam for conn’.-riu ind
ent, 1 ask your suport in Nov
ember, and if elected will serve
bka schools of the county to tin
bast of my ability.
J. E. Sanders.
Having raceived the nomina
tion of tbs republican party .it
the primaries for commissioner,
* respectfully solicit the votes
of all parties at the novembei
aloe lion.
C. A. Wiley.
Opportunity.
1 have for sale—l 12 ft. wind j
qulJ, tower and pump, 130 ft. 2 in;
pige, iteel pump rod, eic. Cost
tMA; cash price $75.
1 steel windmill, tower and 45
fast li in. pipe. Cash price S4O. 1
Miscellaneous buildings, barb- -
ad wire, etc—very cheap.
E. Emerson,
Agent. |
Grandview
Clapp and Hess are runn ng a 1
spader ia this vicinity.
Gee. Steele came in from
Spearvllle '• sat weak to look a tor ■
bis business matters here.
ttim Luciie Garvie assist.;
Mis. Ballou near Rodley l-l
w -ok with her work.
Feld. Grubb, Halmark, Wa
t*ae, Millbe, and Mirria all too
broomern to Elkhart last week.
Bel tool will start the 19th at
Grandview with Miss Anna Fii -
ley as teacher.
Andrew Smith is working for
0. B. Glasgow.
Mrs. Geo. Hsii, Mrs: B. R.
Glasgow, add Miss Tessie traded
»(. Richards Tuesday.
'■ I
J. f. Beliew. Carnpo. Carr, et
a), plead guilty at Wichita of
Marl fraud and each were fined
—land costs.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION -
Isolated Tract
v 1 (Publisher)
! Public Land Sale.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land office at L .mar, Polo.
August 6th, 1914.
notice is hereby given that, as di
| rected by the Commissioner of the Ge
n erul Land Office, under provisions of
Act of Congress approved June 27, 1916
(34Stats. 617), pursuni io the nplicft
k lion of George A Baker of Springfield,
Colo., Serial No. 013479, we will offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder, but
atnotless than $2.00 per acre, at 10
o’clock n m ,on the 17th day of Octo
ber, 1914, at this office, the following
tract of land; the sinwi of section 15,
township 30 south, Range 47 west, 6th -
s principal meridian Any persons claim •
1 ing adveiBcly the above-described land -
are advised to file their claims, or object
ions, on or before the time disignated
* for sale.
EUGENE M.WHITAKER 1
Register |
I want to trade for one quarter .
3 of land in Baca county. Title
must he good, c 7 0
J H. K. Ellis Sionington, Cole.
8 —--; - ~
l Wa. ted-100 men
To file on govenneni land, Rocd
choice 320 acre sandy loatn home
i, steads at a very small cost. My
charges are small and my sorv
i* ice is perfect iny location is 9
e miles south and 1 mile east of
e Springfield come direct to me.
e Or get information at Herald
£ office.
t H. D. Smith,
d 4— Springfield Colo. ,
y
e ...FOR SALE...!
n 20 head of cattle; a mixed
bunch of cows, calves, steers, |
i. heifers, and two bulls coming j
two years old —red polled stock.
A. L. Walker.
\ c 92 Stonington, Colo.
J Fine Winter Apples
delivered to you by parcel post
• $1.30 per box' Tree run. $1.60
per box Fancy Pa«k. Tell your
friends, ORDER NOW.
d-0-3 Pitt A. Wade 1
Canon City, Colo. ,
Thrlot-a-W««k World.
Practical)) a Daily at the price of a
- Weekly. No orh»*r Newspaper in the
world gives so much at so low a price
This is tb« t m«* of great -evfntr.
jnd you will want the news accurately
arifl promptly. All ‘he. countries of
. he world.*t'-adily draw c’oser trgeth
. «'r, and the telegraph wirrs bring the
hapenings of everyone. ‘No other
ntrwspa; er has a service equal to that
of the World and It relates everything ,*
fully and promptly.
The World Jong since established a
record for impartiality, and anybody
can afford its thticc-a-wedt edition,
which comes every other day in the
week, except Sunday. It will be of
particular value to you now. The!
j Thrice-a-Week World also abounds in
, other stiong features, serial 3tories, -
• tumor, narke‘B, cartoons; in fsici,
* i verything that is to be found in a i <
r first class daily. ’
The Thrica-a-Weck Worlds regular
subscription price U only $l.OO per
year, and tnia pays for 156 papers. W
offer this unequalled news paper and J
the Springfield Herald together f-r
; one year for $2.00. The regular sub
scription price of the two papors
ij* 2 -* 6 -
l j Miss Zula Elley and Mr. Li_ j o
- Long we are informed were
joined in inarraige yesterday by
I Rev. Dean. The Heiald extends
congratulations.
j It, is leported that there, vveiv j.
I iwel"e head of candidates at toe ! J
j big sale yesterday. Thut wa.j
j when Gum lost the opportunity J
, of his life. j
On account of lenving off the
| word “Seai” we are republishing
the ownership affidavit thi-:
1 week.
Richland Bi -“ u ‘
I Rachel Lockwood lias taught ]
one week of school at Vilas, and
( reports 25 students,
j N. Rich’s and \HuiTman went
ito Vilas Sunday evening where
they held meeting.
Feed is being putin the shock
t and it looks good. j
J A little cold weather Sunday j
. night and Monday morning. (
r j Will Johnson ar d wife are the
j proud owners of a fine new boy,
Vote Colorado dry. j
Notice For Publication
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lamur, Colorado
■ s epL io mi A
Notice is hereby given that Otto t\ Doty
of Sprlnjrfiel'l Colorado, who on April 8, I9U.
made honicateud entry Serial No. 01**27® for
the neJ-4 o! ac<\ 10, which wa 1 * am**ndid by letter
"U”of January 13, 1912. to embrace the NS
of oectiun !()• Twp. JO Tango 46 W.
6th Principal Meridian ha* filed notice of in
ntion to m ike three year proof to establish claim
to the land above described before the- United
S'ates Com, at Springfield. Colorado, on the
27th day of Oct, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses;
H, K. Night
Maui icc leonif
J. H. Wade, all three of Springfield C'olo.
Ear] J. Simpson of Vilas C°lo.
KUGENE M WIiITAKE, Kegiste.
Notice for Publication-
Isolated Tract
(Publisher)
Public Land Sale.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land office at Lamar, Colo.
August 6,1914.
Notice is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner of
the General Land Office, under
provisions of Act of Congress ap
proved June 27, llllti (34 Stats.,
517), pursuant to the application
of Levi 0. Stump, of Spring /
field, Colorado, Serial No. 012283,1
we will offer at public Sale to, |
the highest bidder, but not less -
than $ 2.00 per acre, at 10 o’clock
a. m., on the 17th day of October,
1914, at this office, the following
tract of land: The nwj of Sec
9, T. 30S„ R4O w., OP. M.
Any persons claming adverse
ly the above described lands are
advised to file their claims, orob .
jections, on or before tbe time|
designated for sale.
Eugene M. Whitaker,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interio,
U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo
Lamar, Colorado, Sept. K>, 1014.
S'otlca is hereby given that Conera l M. Keec 1 ’
of 'Richardfl Colo, who on May •, 1913.
mn e homestead entry serial No. 012215 for
n*j ns* i "e'4 no) ,ond se't <*f Sec. 14 and Lois 11
& 12 of sec. 11l Township 3'* Range 45 W. 6th
Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make three year proof to establish claim
to the land above described
before -the United States commissioner at
Sprlagfleld,-Colorado, on the 27th day of Oct,
mu
Claimant names os witnesses:
Ruks<‘ll Cunningham
George Johnson
•I s'*, wheeler
Harry A, Butler, al of Richard*, Colo.
EVGiM V. W BIT AKER .Regia 1
NOTICE FOtt PUBLICATION
(Publisher.)
Department of thn Interior,
17. 9. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado.
Sept. 7.. 19!4.
Notice is hereby given that Frank Craver.
o- Springfield Colo., who on Au;r. V 1910. mode
herrestead entry, serial No. 0 48! for tho so 1 , of
sec. :2, and the swlaof Sec 2-» T. 295., R. 17 west
6th P. M. has filed notice of intention to make
Three year proof to establish claim to !!.o land
ul/ovc described before tho United Stat-:3 Comm
issioner at Springfield, Colorado, on tbe 6th
day or Nov. 1914.
1 iaimant names as witnesses:
B. J. Clif ion ‘
R. L. Hethcock !
Henry Oxenreider Jr.
J. A. Oxenreider, all of Springfield, 0010, '
Eugene M. Whtixer, Register ]
Syracuse
to Stonington.
Auto Hack Tri-Weekly
Lav £ i cusij
Monday
Wednesday
Friday
9: a. m.
Leaves Stonington
Tuesday
Thursday
Saturday
6: a. m.
Ford Crittenden
Drive .
- _l
For Sale
Heating stove ahd pipe. San
itary couch, pad and mattress.
Mirror, Roll top desk. Revolving
chair, three office chairs, etc.
E. Emerson, Agt.
Keep your
On the Herald, j
(Advertisement.)
STATE WIDE PROHIBITION
AN INJURY TO TEMPERANCE
LINCOLN SAID:
“Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of temperance,
it is a species of intemperance within itself, for it goes beyond the
hounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man’s appetite by
legislation, and in making crimes out of things that are not crimes.
“A prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles on which
our government was founded. I have always been found laboring
to protect the weaker classes from the stronger, and I never can give
my consent to such & law as you propose to enact.
“Until my tongue shall be silenced in death I will continue to
tight for the rights of man.”
i The immortal Lincoln was an earnest and a consistent advocate
of temperance. He followed the Apostle Paul’s advice:
“Be ye temperate in all things.”
In his early days Lincoln delivered temperance lectures, not af
ter the manner of the intemperate present day advocate, which type,
even in Lincoln’s day, must have existed, judging from the severe re
buke that he administered^
Abraham Lincoln, the great statesman, deplored the intolerance
of prohibitionists, and realized that their doctrine contemplated
the overthrow of a fundamental principle of American government.
A VOTE FOB STATE WIDE PROHIBITION
18 A VOTE AGAINST LOCAL OPTION
! VOTE “NO” ON STATE-WIDE PROHIBITION
THE COLORADO BUSINESS MEN’S HOME RULE LEAGUE
NONPARTISAN ABSOLUTELY DIVORCED FROM PARTY POLITICS.
Per Cent of Crime
Caused By Drink
Delegates to-Charities Conference Declare
It Is Small.
Father William O’Ryan got three answers the other day when In
rose to inquire what per eent of crime and poverty i*s caused by
drink. He heard from the Colorado State Prison Association, from
the Denver Associated Charities and from the Jewish Relief Soc iety.
I ........ . .J M .V„ Al„ . r. Ki-
lt happened near tlx© close of the 1
semi-annual conference of the state
board of charities and corrections, held '
in the senate chamber at the capitol.
,V. E. Collett, secretary of the Prison ]
Vssociation. could net give accurate
Igures because they are not obtain
able, but he intimated that the per- <
ccntage was low. Then Dr. W. S. i
Friedman, who preaided, said that he '
TAX PROHIBITIONISTS $5 A HEAD
SCHEME PROPOSED IN WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON, Aug. 14. —In a m.m.Hil xnl to th« houa. way. |
and maana commlttas, John Boylo. a Washington n.wapapar corre- ;
apendent, recomm.nds that all Prohlbltlonliti ba taxed $5 a head to |
raise tho additional revenue needed by the Government because of
decreased Imports during the European war.
Boyle oaya that tho Internal revenue taxon beer and liquor already
la high, and the drlnkara pay about »7 a year par capita, while the
Prohlbltioniata pay nothing.
“Tax the Prohlbltioniata $5 a head," said Boyla, “and you will
raise $150,000,000 In revenue, ae tha Prohlbltioniata say they number
about one-third of our population."
C. Frost Liggett, Allyn Cole
Land Attorney. Lawyer.
Liggett & Cole
I Public Land Litigation*.
(Suits at Law
Suite 1, U. 8. L. O. Bldg
j Lamar. Colo.
had learned from the Associated Char
ities that one and three-tenths per
cent is the ratio of alcoholic causes of
the poverty that that association deals
with. And he added that in the Jewish
Relief Society the rate is less than one
one-hundredth of one per cent.
These statistics throw real light
on a topic which has often been the
subject of impassioned guesses by
well-meaning people. j
I
T'H's.trial Parlors
I have bought the Bur
ton Barber Shop, and will,
continue the business ir>
the Burton restaurant.
Gus Gree.
Baca Co. Abstract Co.
W. 51. STKWAKT, sliiiinger.
Abstract of Title to any Lunds in Baca Comity
New Maps of Baca County 10 cts at office 15 cts by mail.
Notary J'ublir
Agent for
i'llMai.TY MIKNLX KI It JO INS. i O.OKNKVV YORK
Springfild, Bacu County (Colorado
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<* o t Honmher Sprin K iioid, **
g IN.. J. nomblici Colorado.
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a Confections Perfumes, Toilet Soaps
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Stonington Springfield
Ed Measei
Contractor and Builder
ALSO
Expert in Cement Work. Plans drawn—Estimates furnished.
Long Distance Phone.
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i J. M. WILLIAMS, Pres. CHARLES MAXWELL, Vice-Pkes.
t L. J. BORING, Cashier. J. D. SPOONER, Ass’t. Cashier *
1 CITIZENS STATE BANK !
I LAMAR, COLORADO. ~ !
( CAPITAL STOCK $35,000 <
f SURPLUS $15,000 i
f We invite you to tnuiMict your business with this *
+ bank, and endeavor to give prompt’and efficient service *
f by personal and courteous treatment to our customers. ?
4- DIRHSTORSi |
i J. M. WILLIAMS, CHARLES MAXWELI , GEO. A. EVERETT, *
{ I. L. MAXWELL, L. J. BORING,
\ LONG HOTEL
[formerly the Hornsher Hotel]
.The house has been newly ....
n Al repaired, remodeled, and equip- lx i
A -j. ped from roof to celler, and is A
jo A now in First-Class Shape. X ■
F Can Sive the traveling public -jWgfe 1
V the Best Accommodations. J
IIMCE LOIG,
Tom Oxenreider. i kot,ck
(Puldishbr)
Department, of the I .I.trior
■ ■■GO - V ' S ' Land office
lAf 1 I pij l.atntir, Colo., Sept 5. 1014.
lflf Oil | Notice is hereby given that Willi m
, WW V»IS ' '■"t.j" A. Wiils.of stonington, Colorado; who
: Of- ; on November 4, 1007, made hd.
entry, |oijjos 8614 03848 for tie sal
■ > *ll I°f <*ec. 24, and on September 4, 1914
I 8I tf ; ma dc Addl Hd. entry No 1 14604, f..t
J ' 11 11 * ' thewjnwiof Sec.. 24. Twp. 32 S., H
■lO W. 6th Principal Meridian, h t
i l)D\ll)T -nr! L’I.TII'HiVT filed notice ofjntention to make Five
j I \ dllll Ml Hi' ; • voar P roof to establish claim to th
I 1 * ‘ j land above described, before the Unit
I „ ~, “ Stales Commits oner, at Spring-
I hoi'.c, V, rite or > .11 field. Colorado, on the 20th drv ol
Octobar, l&i4.
Claimant name# aa witn s-je,
• PPI'Vv I!iLT . J * Pullina
E. B. Twyford
W.S. Mathies
Rotert Wills, all of Stonington Colo
Oil llalo EUGENK M. WHITAKER,

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