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Which is that the Herald is go ing to be so chuck full of news that you can’t do without it. mfk Its tone will be such as will be elevating in your fami y. ||j| Nothing foul, degrading, dirty or |j|| indecent in its columns. jjjfflg You need not blush for having it in your home. j|l| Remember the circulation of the jpg Herald is large, both at home and 5H5 abroad, consequently, to advertise HH in the Herald is to talk to the pec- |j|| gp «ple who want to know. j||| r J 1 ( E< if 1< vs j If- ) (u to pkaie (0 imke |jjj| jH| the li ci aid jour phone line to the ear of |||g the public. <|!|| jP| subscribe for The Herald and ||jj| Keep Abreast Of The Times. I||| iS PUBLIC f SALE I Will sell at public auction the following described property at my farm 5 miles east and miles south of Stonington, Colo, and h miles northeast of Wentworth 011 Dec. 30,1913, TUESDAY B !#*ri n9 ,, at n unoopg # J'S™. * CATTLE * K nlco Shoats weigh about 100 %om% I I One Gray Mare 5Yi s. old, W’t. lbs. each. One Red Cow <}Yrs. old i Short- J ],OOO lbs. . One storage Tank Gal. capacity horn Giving Mi 11c. j One Gray Horse 12 Yrs. old W’t. bbls ' One Red Cow (j Yrs. old Short- j I l coo i bs One Stock Tank Gal,capacity 10 horn giving Milk. One Gray Pony Horse 10 Yrs. bbls One 7 months Bull Calf. ,1 -nr. ,1 One Milk Box. “ y “ “ “ old cV’t. <OO lbs. , ... ° _ Ti . * - v.. 1-rnuie Stable 12X11- ft. One Gray Pony Mare 5 Yrs. old , ~ 2,0 feet 1 in. Galvanized Pipe W’t. 500 lbs. . .... One Bay Horse 12 Yrs. old W’t. .... , . 1,000 lbs. One Frame House 12X36 feet, , - ftll l Q|a * UVQ stove W it,, Eyuirifi nib. Oven. j Two Sets work Harness, r | i . in . n 4 g One one hole Oil Stove. One set chain IfTlplvili vlllS# One Dresser. Five Collars and Pads. One good Wagon 3i ill. with Post One Cupboard. One Man’s Saddle. Rack One Davenport bed. “ Boy’s “ One good Wagon 2 h in. with Box. One Iron Bed with springs. . , 405 Posts. 1460 rds. black wire. “ Two seated Spring One Washing Machine and Ring- l(i rds. heavy Chicken wire 4 ft. Wagon. 01 * high. - One I.ister. Two Tables. Two Rocking One 10 foot Eclipse Mill good as “ Six Shovel Cultivator. Chairs. . i new 20 foot Frame Trnver. Knife Weeder. Six Chairs. 75 feet 1£ Gal. pipe. “ Sod Plow complete. \ Other things too ntmierotm to ; One hay Frame; one grind Stone mention. . j ——LUNCH on GROUND 3 myin 1\ /TO ftLL SUMS of $lO and under cash in hand; all sums over $i d HKy \' il credit of Eight MONTHS will bo given, notes to bear 1 IxIJjLLLJi 8 per cent interest from date of sale, with approved security, 5 per cent oil’ lor cash. No property to bo removed till terms of sale are complied with. James Ketcham, Owner. Jackson & Thompson, Auctioneers. s. Xj, Tiaioxvdiipsonsr, cleek.. i\ W. P. Verity il Physician and Surgeon. pTwo Bu' tes, Colo. i ! I W. *. MBRRILL P. J. M-CBRTV [ Depy. Olat. Attorney ; ' MERRILL A M CARTY j Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ) - ljuner National Rank Bids. 1 Rooms 8. 4 and 6 * A general practice in all civil matter • f in all the courts. j REWARD j fife I $250.00 | i lj Whereas certain and niinier i ous parties have boon killing ani mals belonging try J. Martin Ford, some for the purpose of [ selling the meat, others for the i ; purpose of obtaining meat for : their own consumption and oth i ; ers for the reason that the cattle [ have given them annoyance:— t This is to give notice that the a- I bove reward of S 2 fit). 00 will bo t given to anyone giving such in I formation as will load to the con i viotion of each and every guilty : person. /\ll animals belonging [ to J. Martin Ford are branded I RTf* any place on animal, and ! all information should he given l to .J. Martin Ford. Hurley, Okla. —Adv. , r NOTICE 10R I'UBI.ICATION. • / I‘ublisii.r/ Dopcrtmcnt of the Interior. ' UnlUxl State* Land Office. ! liOmur. Colorado November 12. 11*1 w. Notice is hereby given that Mahc-I C. Oldem of SprinKfleld, Colorado who on Mar. 1L >907. made homestead entry No. 741*3 serial No. 02736 foi t’io nc 1 4 of section 18 and on March 5 1913 made Ad! Hd. entry no. ol’-’GS3 for ihc ebawl.,' and white' , of Section 7 Township S 3 S, HunKe 12 we“t 6th Principal Meridian has filed notice of intention to make live year proof to establish claim to the land above described before the United State.) Commissioner at SpringfieldiColorado on the 27th day of Dec. 191*. Claimant names as witnesses: I Arthur Mariott F. E. I.ampoit J. V. Abrams, all three of Lamport t'olo. Elvin L. Wren of Stoningt n < dorado. KI'GKNK .M. WHITAKER, . NOTICE FOII PUBLICATION. Publisher Department of the Interior. U. S. I .and Office ot Lamar. Colorado November 24, 19111. Notice la hereby given that T1 omm J. I add jof Actunpo Cnliforn'a who. on Dec. 14.1910. ' mado Add), homcateid entry No. C 9 OS for Lots ■ 2loand L lur.d W l .nc" . of section 9. Twp 3J i S. Range <2 W. Cll. Principal Meridian, hits j filed notice of intention to make three j year proof to establish claim to the lnnd ' uliovu dcscriLcd before the Register nnd I Receiver at Lamar- Colorado on Ui<' 1 titli , day of Fcbniniy, >914 I claimant names as witnesses: | O. M. Gotshall. j C. C. McGill. Charles Medley, all three Of Stoning ton Colo. \V. A. Greathouse, of K' nantz Colo. i • •. i > I M V. nil AKEir. IStgNler. I NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION (publisher.) roj urtment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo. N»v. 11, loin : Notice is hereby given that Marlin Miller. :>f I Richards * 'oto. who. on Mnrch 16. 1908. made homestead entry No. 91' 5. serial No 04270f0r the ne 'a of sec. 20. and on Dec, 16,1910, made Addi' homestead entry No. 09869, for-se 1 , of section 20 Township «S South Range 43 W. f,th Principal Meridian has filed notice of Intention to make five year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before the Jnited States Commissioner at Springfield. Colo i ado, on the 27th day of Dec. 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph Carter M. A Hancock It. G. Doko Adam Kicenski ull of Richards * 'olorado. , EUGENE M. WHITAKER- Register. NOTICE FOR "‘Iim.ICATION. Dopartr. •ntof rlj.r U. S. Land «»filce . Colorado. ; 1 D.c- '6 . 'K». ; Not co in hereby rciven that Georgo VV. Filey ' . ’ of Stonington. Colo., who i.-i L>. •. 15 19IJ trade h-most cad entry serial Ne. OM or kw'-i of I 'j m* lion I. and do *, if lie. ihn To’.vr.fh'p j J 32 sovth Range -13 wei-t Gill Principal Meridian lias filed nolico of intention to wake three ycur • 1 pn of tocstablisli claim to the land al>ovu dcscrili- 1 . ed. lieforo the United States Commissioner st Springfield. Colorado, on the 27th day of > January 19'4. ( Claimant ni mes as witnesses: VV, A. Thompson, ( L. V. Campb. 11. Eugene Wallis, Charles M. Woolley, ail of Stonlngton Colo. 1 EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register. , NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION '• (Ptiblishei.) j • l)oi>ni'tinc»t of Him Interior, V. - u . Land Oll'ee nt Laninr, Colorado. Nov. 1013. t Notice is hereby given that Lonnie G. Davis of j Richards. ' olorado who on Doc. 15. 1910 made homestead entry serial No. 09361 for S!»NE'i I and se 1 i of section 2>- il U 1 W’, of sec- ‘.'l ( Township 33 S. Range 44 Gth Principal Meridian h»s film! notice of irdcntlon to make ' three year j>roof to establish claim to the land j above d« scribed before the Judge of the County Court at Spring!'.)'! Colorado on 'be - 'k! I ■iny of Dec.. 1013. Ululmant names iui v :i i •.-«• : W- M.Hankins C. . u . Jackson M. A. Hsndcock W. E. French nil of Rlchmdu Colorado. EUGENE M. WHITAKER. KoicM-.- Notice For I’ul.'l'.cvit, >:i (Publisher) Department of t'pe I t . r o - ( j U. S. Land Office, Lamar, l oioiado. I No.-. p.’i :; . , i Notice is In reby given llml Tln-'.-a i V-'. Couch || of Stonington. Colorado, who or • . I-'. 1' ' J ; made aJditinal.ooir.estead entry serial N„. | f r (Addl. to 024'-‘6) Lots 1. V. und s'ine' i, rcctio.-i 6 Township. 3 i South. Range \ west Ct'i < Principal Meridian, has tiled notice «>f intention t • | \ ir-ake thro : year proof to establish claim to the . land above described lieforo Die United States 1 Commissioner at Springfield Colorado on the 3rd . day of Jail 11 y, 191 . Claimant names os witnesses: I C. M. Crocker, of Stonington ('olorado. | David Konkel- of Springfield. Colorado. J.A. Huston. I T. R. Villers, both of Vilas. Colorado. EUGENE M. WHITAKER Register. ! TheYouWs 1 No Present like il for any one in any home at any price. Give it to whom you will- you will find all the family look ing for it. It is more than 52 numbers filled' with deliglil ful reading—il is an influence for all that is best in home and American life. 5Z times - not IS ; -- ' | CljriSttnne Coupon ;j | Cut this out and fend il with $2.00 jj j for The Companion for 1914, and !} wc will send Fit Eh! ail the issue? ;J for the remaining weeks of 1913 and The Companion Practical ' Home Calendar for 1914. I (L THE YOUTH’S COMPANION J? 114 Berkeley Street Uo.lon, Mum. Subscriptions Received at this Office se» Our Family Combination Offer Ehcwbere B DREAD TRS^OUX 7y its exhila -7g frosts by \r blood rich, dive to pre s, grippe atism. Good blood prevents ness and Scott's Emulsionwill your blood and create reserve strength to endure changing seasons. Scott*3 Emulsion is not an experiment but hasserved humanity faithfully for forty years; it contains the purest cod liver oil —free from alcohol or stupefying drugs. Scott*s Emulsion is nature’s greatest blood-maker and furnishes the elements necessary for body warmth, rich blood and healthy circulation. Shun alcoholic subatitutcr <- r nand chc genuine Scott’r L.- t AT ANY DRUG PTOf GUILTY AS CHARGED As to the crime of publishing 'a family op family-circle news paper, the Mer.ikl waives exam ination and pleads guilty. We are publishing just that Kind of a paper, and one that the head of the family need not blush for nor be ashamed of —one that even the half dozen have called clean, reputable, newsy, and b right. As to the crime of saying only plesant things about people, the editor of the Herald pleads guilty as charged. As to the crime of being a trailblazer, we also waive exam ination and plead guilty. The first man over the Kansas-Colo rado line and to locate a claim in what U now Baca county, was the present editor of the Spring field Herald; also the first to plant a newspaper in this terri tory. Yes, we plead guilty to being a trailblazer. As to tin? crime of living in ne soapweeds—another man’s ud, by the way which the man omer is chewing on, we kicked . bout two miles of it while down on the old ranch, but we suppose that’s near enough for all prac tical purposes, and so we plead guilty to that also; but we nevei happened to form the habit of chewing on them, especially af ter their having been chewed into a pulp by tome other body, and so to t his indictment we ask the jury to turn its attantion in the direction of our next door neighbor. AN IOWA LETT'R. VVouUee, lowa. Dca i* Mr. Konkel: — We read with interest your letter in the Farm and Fireside on dry farming, and if it isn’t asking too much, would like you to write to us. What does land sell for close to town*: Do you have any timber? Is the water good, and how I deep? i Is there plenty of farm work, ■and what are the wages? One of our sons might come ■ ctand work during the sum mer, iind then he could tell . whether lie liked it or not. How far are you from Guy man, Okht. I have been there, and it’s a beautiful country. Is your country level. I f you have a list of farms for side, you might send us that. We are in a good country where we are, and have a nice little home; but we would like more land, and land here is to high to buy. How was your crop this year? We have had it unusually dry for four years. J. suppose you have no govern ment land left. I don’t suppose you can raise Clover. Mrs. John Harkrader. Improved kind is according to the improvements. Raw land from $5.00 to 10.00 an acre. The world doesn’t afford bet ter water as a rule, though on the rivet bottoms it is often ’ al.kali The foot bills west of us about :a day’s drive furnishes cedar 1 wood and posts. Your boy couldn’t depend on farm work, though lie might get j a steady job; but there is a stir plus of help. ! Spi ingfield is about 100 miles from Guyman. 1 Our country is practically lev !<! -gently sloping. Yes. we still have land open u ottlemt, and as good as any we have. The water though is a lit tle deep --00 feet ami some ; times more, while the average iu the older settled pa its is about so feet. As we lift id I our water by windmill power, though, the | depth of the well is not signifi | cant after it is sunk and the mill | installed. We can’t raise—without irriga ! lion the ordinary hay clovers, though a special desireablo I sweet clover is being boosted iby our colleges and experiment I stations as being specially adapt ed to and specially piolific in I this dry belt, aul specially i good for hay.