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Official Paper of Baca County
•c tore I hi mo I‘oßioOlce at Hprlagfisld, Colo,
aa Second-claas Matter.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
-BY
HERALD PUBLISHING CO.
E. EMERSON
Editor and - Manage*
Official Directory
Clerk *nd Recorder David Konkel
Treasurer Gertrude Johnston
judge E. S. Jackson
Sheriff Harvey Kett
Assessor Wsrren O. Brawn
Supt. of Schools Mabel C. Oldem
Coroner Dr.J.T. Nicholson
Serveyor Alvin'Lewia
Commissioners Jesse F. Harrison.
Chairman,
T. E. Barr, J, VV. Hszel.
Diat. Court
Judge A. Watson McHendrie
Attorney John J. Hendrick.
Deputy George S, Allen.
Clerk T. Eldon Allen.
U. S. Commissioners
S. E. Speckmann, Springfield
N. G. Jones Two Buttes.
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Dr. Milligan was here on "pro
fessional business this week.
Chas. Spurgeon wife and
daughters Helen and Nellie visit
ed in town last Sunday and Mon
day.
J. A. Stinson transacted busi'
ness here the 31st.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Chenoweth, March 31, ]a baby
girl.
Eugene Wallis came over from
Stonington first of the week on
business matters. Mrs. Wallis
is still very weak from the effects
of her long sickness with typhoid
fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown
were, passengers for Lamar
Monday.
Nichols Bros, were in from
Rodley Monday.
Geo. Poyner, Ed Sftapleton,
Chas. and Chas. E. Wilson took
in the cedar'hills this week.
John Mier, M. Long, Jake
Lasley, 8. C. Smith and C. M.
Gordon were Co. seat visitors
Monday.
The stork left a seven and a
half lb. baby girl at the Stewart
home Thursday morning.
Mrs. C, M. Gordon, Mrs. Ma
bel C. Oldem and the Misses
Alexander, Johnston and Gor
don drove out to the Howell
ranch 18 miles west of town last
Sunday-
W. F. Wagner had a force at
work first of the week re-roofing
the hotel.
The organization of the new
bank has been completed and
the incorporation papers filed,
It will be known as The Farmers
State Bank. Next week we will
give a complete list of the officers
and stockholders
Ranch For Sale—l6o acres
situated 1 1-2 miles east of
Springfield; plenty of good water,
well improved; warranty deed;
give possession soon as sold
Inquire of J. O. Vanorsdol.
Also 5,000 bundles of fine maize
for sale in stack on the ranch.
—Ad?v. t
COLORADO STATE INSANE
ASYLUM.
Pi cblo, Colo. Mar. 14.—Dear
Sir: The purpose of this letter)
is to notify the County Judges
of each county that the capacity
of the Colorado Insane Asylum
has been reached and that no
more patients can be received:
except ns vacancies occur or un- ]
til further buildings may be e-j
rected. The capacity of this I
Asylum is fixed by law and \by
the Board of Lunacy Commis
sioners under the opinion of the
Attorney General handed down
Nov. 9, 1912.
To avoid any misunderstand
ing, will you kindly cooperate
with the management and take
up the question of admission of
any case with the Superintend
ent before such case may be
started on the way to Pneblo.
You may rest assured that no
county will be discriminated a
gainstas it is my endeavor to
take every case it is possible for
me to accomodate.
Very respectfully yours,
B. A. LaMourL Supt.
NOTICE
Estiaycd from the cedars 6
miles west of Jim Smith’s ranch
March 14th: Eight head of horses
seven of them with reached
mane. All had baiters except one
bead. Also three mules branded
i- on left shoulder. Liberal re
ward for information or recov
ery.
G. O. Gay, *
Ulysess, Kans.
Thompson’s Store, Stohing
ton. The leading store of S. E.
Baca County.—Adv.
Dr. Spence, eye, throat and
ear specialist, of Lamar will be
In Springfield from March 31 to
April Brd to give treatment and
fit glasses.—Adv.
SPELTZ FOR SALE
I have seed speltz for sale at
1150 per cwt.
B. F, Lamport,
Lamport, Colo.
For Sale.
Cash or on time. Broke geld
ings and mares, 4 to 7 years old
weighing from 1000 to 1300.
S. L Thompson,
Stonington, Colo.
Ranch For Sale.
Sixteen quarter ranch, large
six-room house, large two room
house, large barn, four wind
mills and other improvements to
the value of something like $4,
000. Ideal Stock Ranch. Price
$lO,lOO. Address
Will sell single quarters.
S. M. Konkel,
Vilas, Colo.
Mammoth Jack For Sale
One of the big bone kind, black,
mealey points, not two years old
and as good as yon will find in
the state, will serve a few mares
this, season, priced as worth
more than the money. No use
for him.
W. H. Denney,
Springfield, Colorado.
M. E. Church Services
Springfield Charge.
First Sunday;
Springfield 11:00 a. m.
North Liberty 3:30 p. m.
Two Buttaa 7:30 p. m.
Second Sunday j
Boston 11;00 a. m.
Vilas 3:80 p. m.
Springfield 7:80 p. m.
Third Sunday
Two Buttes 11:00 a. m.
Stalnaker 8:80 p. m
Springfield 7:80 p.m.
Fourth Sunday
Springfield 11:00 a. m.
Vilas , 3:80 p. m.
Bolton 7:30 p. m.
; C. C. Wilkinson, Pastor.
Union Sunday School at Springfield
I every Sunday
$250.00 REWARD.
Whereas certain and num
erous parties have been killing
inimals belonging to The
Prairie CatTle Co. Ltd. some
for the purpose of selling the
meat, others for the purpose
jf obtaining meat for their own
i consumption and others for the
reason that the cattle have giv
•m them annoyance:— This is
ro’orvE notice that the above
-eward of $250.00 will be given
to anyone giving such informs
| tion as will lead to the convic
tion of each and every guilty
person. All animals belonging
to The Prairie Cattle Co.,
ltd. are branded JJ on the
| left hip, and all information
! should be given to H. G.
I Glazbrook, Manager, Praiue
j Cattle Co. Ltd, Higbee, Colo
rado. Adv.
NO DRUGS no surgery
WALTIER t WALTNEI
CHIROPRACTORS
LAMAR, COLORADO
Room 14. Rnt t'on,ultation and
National Bank Bids. Examination Frew
E. s. Jackson W. A. Thompson
TNOMPtOW i JACKSON
-AUCTIONEERS-
Long distance phona
Stonington, Colorado
i. ©. PAGER
..Auctioneer..
Phone write or see me personally
STONINGTON ---■ COLO.
W. ft. MBMILL P. J. M’.RBTV
D.rr- Slat. Xttaraay
MERRILL « HI’CARTY
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Lunar National Bank Bids.
Booms 8. 4 and i
A general practice in all civil matters
In all the courts.
(Jse the TRAVELERS
RAILWAY GUIDE
prick as cuts
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L. L. KNOX
BRAND INSPECTOR
SPRINGFIELD e«v«
DR. T. H. BRADY
Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentist.
Lamar, Colorado.
Phone office Lamar 89,
Residence, Prowers 278,
8 J. V. SAYLERi |
| Dentist $
8 First class work *
1 Two Buttes, Colorado. #
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ATENTS
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If you have an invention or any pat
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W. W. Wright, registered attorney,
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T. R. eXENRBIDBR
Practical
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Prices Reasonable.— Satisfaction
Guaranteed. SPRINCJ*IBLD«eLe.
\
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After years of experience we have
discovered a sure cure—or money
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Prevention is not a cure-all. It only
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| Locators and |
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Not only on Posts, but Barbed Wire and Field
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OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU
THE W. M. DICKINSON LUMBER CO.
PHONE LAMAR 46 LAMAR. COLORADO
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Pub) labor.)
Department of th» Interior.
U. 8. Land Office at Laiuur, Colorado.
Mar. 25 10’.3
Notice iB hereby given that John J. Kiegel of
Lamport. Colorado, who on December 17.1910,
made homeitoad entry aerial No. 09428 for Lctß
7A 8, a. H nw. and aw!« of section 2,
Township. 34 S , Range 48 W. 6th Principal Mer
idian. has filed notice of intention to make
three year proof to estabUah claim to the land
above described before the Judge of the County
Court at Springfield. Colorado on the 10th,
day of May, 1913.
Claimant' names as witnesses:
Henry E. Hodges
J. «, Ward
Abraham Nicodemua, all three of Lamoort,
Colorado.
A. L. Carney, of Richards, Colorado.
EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Publisher
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office
Lamar, Colo.. March 26. 19)3-
Notice is hereby given that Henry E- Hodges
of Lamport Colorado, who on December 17. 1910
made homestead entry aerial No. 0942 f for Lots 6
6. 7, 8. s'.SnwJi and swU ne?-* of section 8, Town
ship 3$ S. Range 43 W. 6th Principal Meridian has
Hied notice of intention to make three year proof
to establish claim to the laad. above described be
fore the Judge of the County Court at Springfield
Colorado on the 10th day of May 1913.
Claimant names as witness* s:
John J. Reigel
J. S. Ward
John Nicodemus all three of Lamport Colorado
A. L. Carney of Richards. Colorado.
EUGENE M. WUITAKEU, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office,
Lamar. Colorado Mar. 20. 1913.
Notice is hereby given that Harvey C.- Kett
of Springfield Colorado who on September 4. 1906
made homestead entry No. 660* serial No. 02043
for Lot 4 of section 18. Twp. 80 S. R. 47 W., and
al'jaeli and of section 13 Twp. *0 R. 48,
and on May 24 1911 made additional homestead
entry No. 010628 for of Bection 13 and e 1
sel, and se!4ne)4 of section 14 Twp SO S. R. 48 W.
6th Principal Meridian has filed notice of intention
to make five year proof to establish! claim to the
land above described before the clerk of the dis
trict court at Springfield, Colorado on the 9th day
of May. 19I ;< .
Claimant names as witnesses:
James C. Ueane
Roy Denney
Robert Cotton
Herbert Homsher, all of Springfield, Colorado,
EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register.
notice roa Publication.
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior
United States Land Office
Lamar, Colorado. Mar. 21. 1918.
Notioe is hereby given that S. Larson, of Lam
port, Colorado who on January 13 1908 made
homestead entry No. 9119 serial No. 04087 for the
ne*4 of section 82 and on Jan nary 8 1911 made ad
ditional homestead entry No. 09696 for the nwU of
section S 3 Twp. 83 8. Range *4l 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 Com
mieeioner.at Springfield, Colorado,on the 10th day
«f May 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses:
G. A. Conerd
Avia Mackey both qf Wentworth; Colorado.
John Clemmons of Lamport Colorado
Eugene McGary of Point Roctta Kansas.
EUGENE M. WHITAKER, Register.
Netlca for Pnbllgatloa
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interior
U . S. Land office at Lamar. Colorado
March 31.1*13.
Notice is hereby given that Eugene Patchin, of
Stonington, Colorado, who, on Nov. 28,19 H, made
homestead entry No. serial No. OU3OO for the
wJaw}-j of section 23 and n!-jaeJ4 and see.
22 township3l S, Range 43 W-6th Principal
Meridian. ha>- filed notice of intention to make
tluree year proof to establish claim to the land a
bove described, before the Judge of the county
Oourt at Springfield, Colorado, on the 10th day
of May 1818.
Claimant names aa witnesses:
C. M. Woolley
Clem Woolley
George W. Elley
W. A. Thompson, all of Stonington, Colorado.
EUGENE M. WHITAKER.
Register.
■I ■
I B. B. Brown, Pre». A. N. Parrish, Viee-Preo. , j
w. C. Gould, Cashier.
TjFjrgt National ißank jf
Lamar, Colorado. ® ,
Capital Stock $50,000.00 1
Surplus - - $35,000.00 J
We take special pains In the handling of all good bnainoM |
Iltert»-4,,erf K - B - BRO S ™. a - n - p * er,BH . || '
lairmora: w. c. gould, m. d. thatcher, a 1
T. M. Brown. J
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Publisher.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colorado.
March 6 l?I3.
Notice is hereby given that William
L. Christian of Vilas, Colorado, who, on
January 13.1911, made homestead entry
serial No. 09659, for se.l-4, e.l-2 ne-1-4
and Lots 1, 11, *l3, 14, and 20 of section
27, township 82 south, Range 45 W. 6th
Principal Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make three year proof to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before the clerk of the District
court at Springfield. Colorado, on the t
26th day of April. 1913. .
claimant names as witnesses: Arthur
McGowan. Mrs. Dortha McGowan,
Leslie M. Jones, Mrs. Ruby {Jones, all I
of Rodley, Colorado.
Eugene M. Whitaker, J
Register.
Notice For Publication
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo.
March 5. 1913.
Notice is hereby'giVen that'Clinton B. Smith
of Springfield, Colorado who on October 31. 1910
made Addl. homestead'entry Serial No. 08964. for
nw! 4of section 13,township 30 S. Range 46W. 6th ,
Principal Meridian haa filed notice of intention ‘
to make three year proof to establish claim to the '
land above described . before the United States
Commissioner at Springfield. Colorado, on the 19th
day of April 1913. |
Claimant names as'witnesses:
Maurice Lons,
Casper Durant.
J. H. Wade. j
Ralph E. Hooker, a]l~ofSpringfield. Colorado.
Eugene M. Whitaker,
Register.
"I
NOTICE KOlt PUBLICATION
Departmenn of the Interior
U- 8. Land Offlce at Lamar Cojo. Feb. 18. 1913.
Notice is hereby riven that Walter Richards of
Stonington. Colorado, who on December 16,1910
made homestead entry No. serial No. 09816. |
for sw!4 and b' J nw'i of section 21, and sV» ne'4
sec. 20. Twp 8l south, range 48 W. 6th Principal i
Meridian has filed notice of intention to make final i
three-year proof to establish claim to the land a- <
hove descrilied before the judge of the county <
court at Springfield, Colorado on the 6th day of (
April 1918. i
claimant names as witnesses.
Eugene Wallis,
R.C. Woolley, both of Stonington, Colorado i
s David Konkel of Springfield. Colorado.
J. A. Huston of Vilas, Colorado.
EUGENE H. WHITAKER, Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I
(Publisher I
Department of the Interior
U. S. LAND OFFICE
Lamar, Colo., Mar. 98 1918,
Notice is hereby given that James w . Stevenson ,
of Notts, Kansas who on November 14. 1907 made ,
homestead entry No- 1 006 aerial No. <W74 tor
Lots 2 and 3; and se>4 nwK section * ,
township 34 a. Range 41W. 6th Principal Meridian ,
has filed notice of intention to make five ,
year proof to establish claim to the land above ,
described, before the Judge of the County Court ,
at H p ring field. Colorado,'on the lUU> day of ,
May. 1918, ,
Claimant names aa witnesses: I
Clarence Sutton 1
James R. Long i
Edward Sluder, all three of Notts. Kansas. i
Frank J. Henderson of Point Recks* Kansas. )
EUGENE M. WHITAKER, Register. t
1
1
Notice For Publication.
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior.
United State# Land Office.
Lamar, Colorado, Mar. 21. 1913
Notice is hereby given that Samoa! W. Parks,
of Springfield. Colorado, who on April 21, 1910.
made homestead entry No. Serial No.
07866 for the nw!4 section 21 Twp. 80 south Range
45W. 6th Principal Meridian, haa filed notice of
intention to make three year proof to eetabtii h
claim to the land above described, before lbs
Clerk of the District Court at Springfield, < |1(». i
redo on the 9th day of May, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Robert Ward j
Milton Ward \ <
Glen YokiJm all three of Vilas. Colorado. I
Clinton B Smith of Springfield. Colorado. |
EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register. i
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 1
Publisher
Department of the Interiesr.
U. 8. Land Office at
Lamar, Colorado, Feb- 21. 1913
Notice ia hereby given that LutherT. Harlow
of Konants Colorado, who on October 3. 1906
made homestead entry No. 6606, serial No. 02108
for Lots 3444 i! inwj* of section 1 (New tract
N0.!40 T. 31 S.) and on Dec. 20, 1910. mads Addl.
H. E. No. 09467. fur Lota 20. 22. 26. 27. 34. 36.
end w^ss' 4 of section 2, Township 31, south.
Range 42 W. 6th Principal Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to make final five year
proof to establish claim to the land above de
scribed. before the dark cf district court at
Springfield, Colorado, oa the 11th day of April
1918.
Claimant names aa witnsssss;
• William A. Greathouse,
I Charles IN; McMullen; both of Stenlngton;
• Colorado:
1 A1 Elliott of Konanta; Colorado.
! John Graen of btoningtoa; Colorado:
EUGENE M. WHITAKER.
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
: Publisher!
Deparment of the Interior.
United States Land Office.
Lamar, Colorado, March 6,1913.
Notice iaDwreby given that Abraham Leander
Carney, o Otic hards, Colorado, who on December
20. 1910. made homestead entry serial No. 09468.
for s % Section 34, township 83 S. Range 43 W..
6th Principal Meridian.has'filed notice of Inten
tion to make throe'year proof to establish claim
to the lanfl above described before the Judge of
the' County Court st Bpringfleld Colorado.on the
19th day of April. 1918.
Claimant names"##'witnesses:'
John. N ieodemue.
Abe Ni cod emus,
Roy BeightoL
J. E.;Root. all of Lamport. Colorado.
EUGENE M. WHITaKEB-
Register.
i
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Depsrtment of the Interior.
United States Land Office
Lamar, Colorado, March 20 1913.
To Jaxie Curt Lovell .of Hannon. Missouri.
(Contests#:
You are hereby notified that Leander W. Thom
as who gives Fowler. Kansas as his postoffice ad
dress. did on Feb. 20. 1913,'file in this .office his
duly corroborated application to contest and se
cure the cancellation of your homestead entry No.
010612 ■erial No. 010612 made May 20 1911. for'w. M
section 22. twp 28 S.. R 46 west 6th Principal Me
ridian, and aa grounds for his contest he alleges
that said Jaxis Curt Lovell haa failed to establish
s residencelon saidpand; that she has failed to
cultivate any part thereof from the date of said
entry and up to the present date.
You are therefore further notified that the said
allegations will be taken by this office as having
been confessed by you. end your said entry will
i be canceled thereunder without your further
• right to be heard therein, either'before this offlce
lor on appeal, if you fail to fils in this office within
twenty days after the FOURTH publication of
this notice, es shown below, your answer, under
< oath, specifically meeting and responding' to these
allegations of contest, or if you fail within that
time to file in this offlce due proof that yo
served a copy of your answer on tbs said con
teaant either in person or by registered mail. If
this service is mads by the delivery of a copy of
your answer to the contestant in person, proof
of such service must be either the said contest
ant’s written acknowledgement of his receipt of
the copy, showing the date of its receipt, or the
affidavit of the person by whom the delivery was
made stating when and where the copy was deliv
ered; If made by registered mail, proof of such
service must consist of the affidavit of the person
by whom the copy was mailed stating when and
the postoffice to which it was mailed, and this
affidavit must be accompanied by the postmasters
receipt for the letter.
I You should state in your answer the name of.
the poetoffiee to which you desire future notices
to be sent to you.
EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register.
Date of first publication Mar. 281913
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Publisher.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Offlce at Lamar, Colorado.
March 10, 1918.
Notice ia hereby given that Jamea E.
Elmore of Kodley, Colorado, who, on
December 16, 1910 made homestead
entry serial No. 09379, fer E.l-2 section
21, township 32 south, Range 46 w. 6th
Principal Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make three year proof to
establish claim to the land aboye de
scribed before the United Htates Com
missioner st Springfield, Colorado on
the 26th day of April, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: Les
lie M. Jones, Frank Dean, both of Rod
»f, Colorado; Jacob Walker. Henry E.
cGowan, both of Vilas, Colorado.
Eugene M. Whitaker,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Publisher)
Depsrtment of The Interior
U. S. Land Offlce at Lamar, Colo.
March 8, 1913.
Notice ia hereby given that Lewis
Wilson of Vilas, Colorado, who, on De
cember 13. 1910 made homestead entry
No. 09238 for Lots 1, 2. 3, 28, 24, 26, 21
and 19 of section 13, and on January 23
1911 made Addl. homestead entry No.
09707. for Lots 4, 6,6. 20. 22, and 18, ot
section 13, and Lots 48, 60; and 52, sec
tion 12, township 82. south: Range 45,
W. 6th Principal Meridian has filed not
ice of intention to make three year
Eroof to establish claim to the land a
ove described before the United States
Commissioner at Springfield, Colorado,
on the 25th day of April 1913. <
Claimant nanies as witnesses. Jacob
Walker, Jesse F. Harrison, William H.
Mcclintock, Harry Mcciintock, all of
Vilas, Colorado.
I Eugene M. Whitaker,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo.
March 18, 1918
Notice is hereby given that Jamea C.
| Deane of Springfield, Colorado, who,
•on May 22, 1907 made homestead entry
Nor 8023, serial No. 08122, for the ae.
1-4 of section 17, and on March 12* 1913
made Addl. homestead entry No. 019703
for ae. 1-4 section 17. township 30 south
r. 47 W. 6th Principal Meridian has
filed notice of
to make five year proof to es
bliah claim to the land above described
before the Clerk of the District Court
at Springfield, Colorado, on the 30th
day of| April 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses, Robert
Homsher, Harvey Kett, Roy Denney,
Robert Cotton, all of Springfield, Colo-
Eugene M. Whitaker,
Register.
CO XT KST NOTICE
(For Publication)
Department »r tin* Interior.
United Mutt:* Laud Office
Ijunar. Coloradu. Feb. 28 19 3.
To Alfred R. Fender of Lamport. Colorado. Con
tests#.
You are hereby notified that Dayton O. Taylor
who gives Hidalgo. Okla. aa his postoflice address
did on 1913."fi1e in this office his duly
corroborated application to contest and secure the
cancellation of your homestead entry No.
Serial No. 0U641 made April Bth. 19'2 for the ae**
e*i nwX and Lota 3. 4. and 7of section 8. town
ship 36. S. Range 43 W. 6th Principal Meridian,
and-as groundsfor hiß contest he alleges that
said Alfred R. Fender has wholly abandoned said
land; that he has failed to establish a residence
thereon, imorove or cultivate any portion thereof
since date of entry; that all of said defaults ex
ist to this date;
You are, therefore, further notlfl id that the
Mid allegations will be taken by this office i.n
having been confessed by yon, and your sa d
entry will be canceled thereunder without vot.r
further right to be heard therein, either lwjfoie
this office or on appeal, if you fall to file In this
offlce within twenty days aftor the FOURTH
publication of this notice, as shown below, 'your
answer, under oath, specifically meeting and
responding to these allegations of contest, or if
yon fall within that time to file in this offleu due
proof that you have served a copy of your ans
wer on the said contestant either In person or
by registered mall. If this service Is mude Wy
the delivery of a copy of your answer to the
contestant In person, proof.of such service must
be either the said contestant’s written acknow
ledgment of his receipt of the copy. Hhowiug the
date of Its receipt, or the affidavit ol the person
by whom the delivery was made stat‘ng when
and where the copy wee delivered; if made by
registered mall, proof of such service mast con
stat of the affidavit of the person by whom the
oopr was mailed stating when and the postafllcc
to whleh It was mailed, and this affidavit most
be accompanied by the postmaster's receipt for
the letter.
You should etate In your answer the name of
the poetoffiee to which you desire future notices
to be sent to you.
Eugene M. Whitaker, Register.
Date of first publicaiton Mar. 14 1913
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Notice for Publication
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado,
February. 19. 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Williani F. Willitta
of Stonington Colorado, who, on August 17, 1911.
made home*toad entry serial No. 010963, for ne?*
section 17, township 32 g. Range 41 W., 6th Prin
cipal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final three year proof to establish claim to
the land above described before the United
States Commissioner at Springfield. Colorado, on
the 6th day of April, 1913.
claimant names as witnesses:
James H. Bixier, \
Charles R. Bixier,
Thomas B. Nickel), all three of Stonington.
Colorado.
William Rourk. of Notts. Kansas.
EUGENE M WHITAKER, Register.
notice for Publication.
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior
U. 8. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado.
February 19.1913.
Notice is hereby given that Elva Anders of Lam
port- Colorado, who on May 8. 1907, made home
atead'entryNo. 7962 serial No. 03074 for *e' , sec. 24
twp.3B 8. Range 43 W. 6th Principal Meridinn haa
filed notice of intention to make final five year
proof to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Judge of the County
Court-at Springfield, Colorado, on the sth day
at April. 1918.
Claimant names ae witnesses:
I Mabel C- Oldcm.
I Francis Marriott.
I B. F. Lamport,
J. E. Freeze, .all of Lamport.!Colorado.
EUGENEM. WHITAKER.
Register.
Notice for Publication
(Publisher:)
J Department of the Interior,
I U. S. Land' Office at Lamar, Colorado
Feb. 26. 1913
Notice la hereby given thac William B.Stillwaugh
of Springfield Colorado who pn April 17 1908. made
homestead er try No. 9643 eeriaUNo. 04468. for lota
I, 24k eHnwM of see. 19. and on June 29. 1910.
made additional homestead entry No, 08314, for
Lots 3 A 4 4k e'.jsw'i of sec. 18 township 29 south.
Range 46 w 6th Principal Meridian- haa filed
notice of intention to make final three year proof
to establish claim to the land above described, be
fore the United States Commissioner at Spring
field Colorado on the 12th day of April. 1913,
Claimant names as witnesses.
Lee Holmes.
T. R. Oxeureider,
J. A. Oxenreider.
Elmer E. Alexander, all of Springfield, Colo
rado.
EUGENE M. WHITAKER,
Register.
First pub. Mar. 7—laat April 11.
Nolle* for Publication
(Publisher.)
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado.
February 21. 1913
Notice ishereby given that Charles N.McMullen
of Stonington. Colorado, who on February 26.1908
made homestead entry No. i«2O. serial No. 04166.
for the ne. of section 9. (now tract No. 68)
and on Dec* 22, 1910. additional homestead entry
No. 09600 for Lota 7,9,12. 14, and n‘4sw'4 of sec
9, Twp. 318. R. 42. W. 6th Principal Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final five year
proof to establish claim to the land above describ
ed. before the clerk of the district court at
Springfield Colorado on the 11th dav of April. I9i:t.
, Claimant names aa witnesses:
William J. Semmens,
Taylor Harlow, both of Konantz. Colored) •.
William A. Greathouse.
Charles Medley both of Stonington, Colorado.
EUGENE M. WHITAKER.
Register.
Notice For Publication
(Publisher)
Department of The Interior
U s. Land Office at Lamar Colo.
vt \ March 14 1913.
Notice is hereby "given that Horace
E. Turner, of Richards, Colorado, Who,
on Marfeh 10, 1908, made homestead en-‘
try No. 9400, serial No. 04236, for the
««*J-4 of section 18, and on April 14,
1911, made additional homestead entry
No. 010322, for ne.l-4 section 19, town
ship 33 south, range 43 W. 6th Princi
pal Meridian has filed notice of inten
tion to make five year proof to estab
lish claim to the land above described
before the Judge of [the county court
at Springfield, Colorado on the 30th
day of April 1918.
Claimantnarnes aa witnesses: Marvin
McClendon, Charles J. Malmburg, James
w elch, Martin Hancock all of Richards,
Colorado.
Eugene M. Whitaker,
Register.

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