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| The Big 4 Five, p Uls ■ Onty One such Chance in a Lifetime, -mi.— — I ?:\iff I " f I l|jlf 3R.- ■•• - ? i|jj| 1 Woman’s World I ip m £ Grecti’s Fruit (jlrower p f| Farm Life. Home Life || I SrRUGFIELD HERALD— £ $1.50, 1 p £ M»aesaKa chs&nmM The Thrice-A-Week NEW YORK WORLD This is a time of great events and you will want the news ac curately and promptly. The Democrats, for the first time in sixteen years, will have the i Presidency and both branches of Congress. The political news is sure to be of the most absorbing nterest. The World long since establish ed a record for impartiality, and anybody can afford its Thrice-a- Week edition, which comes every other day in the week, except j Sunday. It will be of particular! value to you now. The Thrice-a- j Week World also abounds in oth er strong features, serial stories, | humor, markets, cartoons; in fact; everything that is to be found in ; a first class daily. The Thrice-A-week world’ regular subscription price is only j SI.OO per year, and this pays for \ 150 papers. We offer this un equalled newspaper and the Springfield Herald togethe for one year for $2.00. The regular subscription pric of the two papers is $2.25. The offer is open to any of our subscribers paying cash in ad vance. C. Eros: Liggett, A'.l.yn (.ole, Land Attorney. Lawyer. Liggett & Coie PuMio Land Litigations. Suits sit Lsiw Siutc 1, U. S. L. O. Bldg. I’lionw L-.uimr 813. Lamnv Colo, j WALL PAPER y,.<. Mrs. Milis for fill kinds of w; 1 !'. paper. Prices to suit,.your pocket book.—Adv. Card photos of the great ClarK artesian well can be obtained from t lie undersigned at 10c each 8 for 25c, 75c the dozen. .1. W. IvICE, Photographer, [; / i . Colorado. Th e LONG HOTEL [Formerly the Honisher Hotel] The house has been newiy HJEgje - repaired, remodeled, and equip- || ped from roof to celler, and is X I now in First-Glass Shape. I Can give the traveling public |S Ufa tl e Best Accommodations. U IP-r Patronage Solicited ! Maurice lonb, J, A, Huston : Contractor and Builder : VILAS SPRINGFIELD. : FIRST CLASS WORK : p, =Ei=T:=E =S =Jt =K =P =R =*• =T cC *■ Postoffice I 4 ri ej Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, a First- q Glass Line ofDruqs ft | s. IE- specnsiiivr zestilt 6 orfe i Perfumes, Toilet Soaps il ft t Drug Store & '• ■" =Lc=d LTf-C-rT- r* rJtTfccC rSJ-rT--=Jf i- • tssrarrr •. •.*•: . . .. ... . .. w . ' ■O’ s 'f ’‘-.N ■ -. ' I ~« di '*l? '<jr a u\ i .>• L... -s Vv t\ V '• U \V. M, STFAY A JIT. M«iu.r.;-r. Abstract of Title to any Lands in 13.. < , ■ k* New Maps of Baca County 15 ets at office :s by r 1 Notary Rubin- Agent for i FIUKUTV PHKNIX FIRE INS. CO. (IFN’EW YOU' V | Springfield. Baca County Golorac’ W. P. Verity Physician and Surgeon. Two Buttes, Colo. —1 W. ri. AitKRILL F. J. M'enRTV 151st. Attorney MERRILL. ,5 M’CARTY A tP .rneys and Counsellors at Lav Nationnl Bank Bldir. Rooms 3. 4 and R \ grp- ral practice in nil civil in a?' the court*. Notice For Publication (Publisher) Department oT tho Interior U s. L ou! Oflice, Lamar, ','olorado. • Jan. 14. IHI4. , *•’ * : : hereby given that Eiijt:." Andcrron | La n.iort Colorado. w!io »••• Il ■ i.i'l • li..tno;,!i-,. ! •>!.i H.-jiii! No. 1 I-J'.d. ' f M 1.-la ‘7, nw* ; and <•' section 1 ; i* T-'v.-nsl'ip. :m s.iuth. Ranj,-<; v.-.-st rth •*r "i-ii.nl Meridian, linn filed noti**"-<»f intention t<> -:1 ' ' Ihre • year to estnldish rl iim lo the id ql'oVn described licfnm 'bo Unite I States 'an. .inner at Sprintrflvld Culoradonn flie.’-tb ■•ay o February l'J'4. 1 l->irnant names as witnesses: John Ward,* Edjrar Wait, John An- erson. •' ...les Wait, all of l-amport, Colorado. eit.kni: M. WIIITAKI- It Re,- ster. Notti i: for 1 rplica :<>n (Publisher.) Department of the Inferior U. S'. Land Office at irtrar. Coir. Jan. 11, 1911. • olice is horeby irlven that Burten J Felter. of '.’i'as, Colorado, who, on December SR, Ido unde hom-stead entry serial No- o. | ;i.'4 for Lots !, 4. u'- sv/'i and re's of section. 1 Twp. south, runire II west, 'ill. Principal Meridian, has (lied notice r,f intuition to make three •■ar proof to establish clnim to 'be 1-, ■ above .'•■scribed Ix'f'ore the United Sta'. Commissioner .it Springfield, Colorado, on the : th day Feb. 1314. Claimant names ns witncitriv I'd ward F. Deep, of Rodley * <•! . Harry W. Walker, * harlcs K. Wilson, Charles Wil.on all three of Vi 1 : < < dorado. EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register. When you want Drugs ior Jew elry you know you can depend on patronize. N. N. McLean. “The Old Reliable" Druggist and Jeweler, Lamar, Colo. N. IS. First class Jeweler and Graduate Optician in charge of jewelry depart ment.—Adv. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Publisher) Department of th.- Interior. U. S. land oflice at Lamar Colo. January 5. 1914. Notice is hereby given ibat Wilford Scrivner of Vilas, COlo. who on Dec. -0, 1910 made Homest* ud enlry .Serial No. 0944 G for sej of see lion 2, and lots 33, 34, 36 and nAsw.] of section 1. town ship 32 s. nange 45 W Gth principal meridian has filed notice of intention to make thn •• year pitoof to establish c'aim to the land above described be fore the Judge of the Ouunty Court at Springfield, Colo, on the 2ist day of February 1911. Claimant names as witnesses. Lafayette McClimock, Harry Walker, Will Met'lintock, C. W. Wilson all of Vilas, Colo. EITGENF. M. WIHTAKDR, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Publisher.) Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo. Lnni.'ir, Colorado, Doc. 18. 1013. No'ico in hereby Riven that James E. • w 'lud'“rof St. i.iiurt-n. Colo, who on February 21, iJ*l mude homestead entry serial No. 09429 for S 1 -of saction 17, township 32 south Rnr.tro -.1 West. fid. l’ri. < ipal Meridian, ha filed notice <.•' intention to make throe year proof t-- establish claim to tli-- land above described Lo'ere the Unite.l .States commissioner at X, : ,rfield. Colorado, or. the 3rd day of Fob 191-1. Claimant nurne, as witnossoH! Frank It. Streeter. J nines H. Ilixlcr. Jan.c- I’dehain. .ui three of Wentworth. Col Georg e U Willi: nif. f Richfield. Karras LUG EN I M. WHITAKER, Re, rslcr. i - THE TIMES “ ’ ■ rice Daily. With the Big Sunday, a Whole Year a Hu. j ©nly S3«SO jj W! P ' •y.OO'a.’d 57.80 Per Year, the Price Asked by Other Denver Papers . : rrse a Week or 45 Cents Per mil. Ur. if V.ui Pay in Advance. We Make You an Unusual Oiler. NOTE BELOW: Daily Daily t>unda> . j a* -i with Sunday Only ' r.lv i* i -i!i Oul This Coupon and Mail to m ,^ r :, i . liver Times, Denver, Colo. Two Months .io .1)0 itC i-leiiflL. send me The Times until further Three “ 1.05 .75 .35 Six » 1.75 1.25 /■' One Year 3.50 2.( Ac. dress 8 THE DE^ g E T^ r NOTICE I’OR I’UBLICATION. I üblisher DupurLnvnt of the Interior. U. o. Land Olllco nt I nniur. Colorado November 24. 1913. ; Notice is hereby riven that Thon-.n J. I .add !of Acampo California who. on Dec. M. 1911*. I made Add], homestead entry No. 00 04 for Lota 2 10 and L"t3and \V .ne' i of section 'J. Twp :; l I S. illume 42 W. oth Principal Meridian. I ... | tiled notice of intention to make > enr proof to establisli claim to li v '. aliove described before thu Ilugisit-i nr;! lteCciVcr at Lamar. Colorado, on Hu- 1-th day of February, lt*i4- claimant names ns witnesses: O. M. Got-hall. C. C. McGill. Charles Medley, uii three Of Stoning ton t '.. | W, A, GroatliOuso, of KonunU’. Colo. Kl fih.Mi M N\ lIITAKLIi. I Notice of Hdrdinistiali . ..Ic i of Rea! Estate. State of Colorado, i County of Baca. 1 In the county court. In the matter of the os'.::tc of Ambrose C. Curtis, ■ I deceased. | Notice is hereby givin th.i! on Monday the 24th day of February A. i>. 11*11. at the hour of two o'clock, in the af ternoon of said day, th:*t i, Nathan Curtis, j.dminist*aior of the estate of Ambrose C. Curtis, deceased, pursuant to the decree of the county court of Baca county, Colorado, duly made and entered on the i3th day of December, A. D. 1918, will sell at private sale at the Post Office Building, at Artesia, Baca county, Colorado, the following described real estate, belonging to the estate of Ambrose Curtis, deceased, towit: I The northeast quarter (rej) of sec tion thirty five (35), Township twenty’ nine 029) south Range forty three (-1:0 | west; the southwest quarter of section twenty five [2s] Township twen ty nine  south, Range forty three} I  West; the south half of the utl - ' i cast quarter [sA Of se] | and the north- i ■ west quarter ot the south east qurit t<| [nw] of se]] and the south we-1 •: rtf r j of the northeast quarter [SW’ of i Nlvi] o f section twenty on.. 121) township twenty nine  sout! . Kaiiß-t 1 , forty four  West; all of the above described property being situate in Baca * county, Colo. The terms of said s:.l • will he cash. Dated at Springfield. Colo , .lan arv 2". A D. 1914. 5-9 Nathan B. Cui tit-. Administrator of the estate of Ambrose 1 C. Curtis, deceased. i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher) I Department of thu Interior' 1 U. S. Land Office nt I.umar. i olornd j December 17. 1912. j Notice is hereby given that James I! Vill-rs j( f Vilas. Colo, who. on Dec. 21, I'.'lO. n• • honie i stead entry serial No. 09532, for I. t ; 27. I 28 , 29, 30 ,36 , 38, 40 . 42. nud 41. of section 25 , townsiiip "1 s, Range-44 Cth Pi incipul Meridian ha» filed notice of intention to make Three year proof to estahiish eiai*" to the land altov-- desctilied. Itcfore tlie United State commission er. at Springfield, Colorado, on the 3rd day of February 1914. Claimant nmr es as witnesses: David Konk.-d, of Springfield. Colorado. T. It. Villers. George Viilcrs, # Gcorgo Po> tier, all three of Vilas. Colorml z EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLK All • >N , Puhlisher ■ Depniiiient of the Interior. United States Land Office. Lamar, Colorado, I)eo.. -2. 1913. ( Notice is hereby given that * liar'.; K. P. I !• . of Springfield, Colorado, who on Jan. i■.<i 1 made homestead entry Serial N". M1374f0r 1.". ; 20, 23. and 25 o r section 16. Lots !. 7. It. 11 • m < n l .. ne 1 ,of section 21 and w' .-nw . sec. 22. town- j • ' ship 31 S. It. 45 W. 6th Principal Meridian | has filed notice of intention to make three j year .proof to establish claim to the land 1 | above described before the United Sir.. I • Commissioner at Springfield Colorado on th • : 3itli day of January 1914. | Claimant names ns witnesses: W. O- Brown. F. E. A. Taylor. (': M. Garden, , J. Elmer Gordon, nil • f Springfield Colorado j EUGENE M. WIIITaKER. Register. : i NOTICE For PUBLICATION. (Publisher) Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo., Jan. 25. 1914 j Notice is hereby given that Horace A. Sheet r ’ of Stonington Colo., who, on Mar- 10. 1911, made '. homestead entry serial No. 09991. for ne ; of section 11, amen led Fob. 21. i 9 8, to incude nw 1 i j section 12 Township 33 South Range [ J.'l W. 6tli Principal Meridian has tiled notice of intention to make three year proof to estab- ( lisl, claim to the land above described, bo- . fore tlio United States Commissioner at 'pring- . 1 field. Colorado, on theiltlidny of Mar.. 1914. Claimant names us witnesses. , 1 i*. 1 vin Wren of wcnt-vorih Colorado. A. It. Templin, ji Charles W. Alcorn A. Penney, all thice of Stonington. C< 10. | EUGENE M. WIIITAKER. Register j Notice For ’’ublication (I’rH ' Department. oi ‘erior U. S. Lari !Ot 11 nar ■ ■!<>. Notice is here! ■ . . . f 3 !• <!2Vv' and ••, \i.- - 1 •: •. n Addl. ' ■ . u (iv j i pr,. to . it a' Hs'i * l.iim l ora he ■ Icrk of distri- t court : : .'• i ! -.:i!.|. C..h iado. on the Claimant, imnu s us witnesses: J. W.porris. *.V. J. I)a; IV. Osear M. t-.1.:,it, a I . •' Sinnin •t, C I . Eugene m. Whitaker, Register. # NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Pnldlslior) Department of ihe Iniurinr 1 'lilted Mines Land Office Lamar. Colorado. Dre.. 26. Jl'l Notice is hereby given that Job • F. Iltis'on. ..f V.!i: . Colorado. who on M.-cmber >6. 1!U'» made homestead enirv serial Kn , ~7l for the S'r of see. 20 Twp. ::l S. Range 13 \V. CthPrincipul Meridian has filed notice of intention to make tr.reo yolir proof to ••staldi; h < 1..1111 to tie lan.l a.iove ili-si-rii*-.!. I t!>«- Jml of the County C ei t .ntSpriiurth : ’ Colorado, on the 7i h .In . • Fein. 19! 4 inmnt names as w ilnesses: David Konl.el of Springib Id * ojorndo. j W. T, Couch of Ktonington. " nltor Schweitzer, W. M. Thompson, both of Vilus, Colorado EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register. | Notice for Publication Isolated trnef. (Publisher), Public land sale Department of the interior U. S. land ofiice at. Lamar, <’olo. Dec. 15, 1913. NOTICE is hereby given that, as di rected by the Commissioner of the Gen eral Land Office, under provisoris of Congress approved March 23, 1912 (°7 Slat., 77), pursuant to ihe applica tion <>l rhomas E. Caddick of Stoning ion, Colo . Serial No. 012-112, wo wi'l offer at public sale, t.<> the highest bid der, but at not less than $2.50 per acre, at ten O’clock a. m., on the 18th day of F.-bruary, 1914, at this ofiice, the fol lowing tract of land: SE 1-1 SE 1-1; of Sec, lE, T. 31 South, R. 43 west, (it; P- dl . Any Persons claiming adversely th<- al ove-discribed land are advised to fill- their claims, or objeci ions, on or be fere the time designated for sale. EUC,E N E M. W MIT AKE R. Regester. NOTICE FOR PDBEICATION. (Publisher) Department of the Interior, U. s. Land Office at Lamar ('ole. January G, 1914.' | Not ice is he reby given that Isaac jA. Mccuethoni of .• tonington, Colo. [ who on Deccmdi r 21. 1910 made Home stead entry, aerial N<>. 09-173 for htt 1. 2, sine ; ] and si of section 1, Town ship 32 S, ange . Ctl Principal fil d noth s of intenti nto make thrr< t I !■ ; claim to Ihe laiio above ciesci. ;-< 1 be fore the Judge of the four.ly court at Springfield, Colo, on the 21th day of February, 1914. 1 Claimant names as witnesses: i. V. Campbell, j C. E. Gillma;:, J Levi Chambers, S. i . Thompson, all of Stonington, Colorado. i:r< ;i;n!-: m. wiiitaker, Register. j • < in !•: mu pubicaTlOn. Publisher) Department of the Interior U. >. Land Office at Lamar. Colorado. Jan 6. . 1914 Notice is hereby givori that Lafayette McClin | took, of Vilas. Colorado, who on December 15. I j'' ii made homesteadyiitry serial No. 0937 7. for l of section 12, Twp 32 S. Range 4- : • 6th Principal Meridian lias filed notice of I intention to make three year proof tnesti.i lit I ' claim to tlie land above described before the I Judge of the couny 'onri.at Springfield. Colo j rad..on tlie -’lstday of February 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: 1 13 Harry Walker 1 Will McClintock C. W. Wilson Wilford Scrivner. all of|Vi!as. Cole. EUGENE M. WIIITAKER, Register. Personal Paragraphs. Miss Pearl Pields is assisting Mrs. Stewart with her work. Geo. ftilo.v cniiHi in Tn os day in the C'uinphell ear to make proof on his homestead entry, and brought E. Wallis and L. V. Campbell :is witnesses in the I case. To satisfy a moi tuge held by ' W in. Thoni|)M)ii, the sheriff Sat- Urdu.7 sold thive head of horses land ;i colt belonging to ex-judge J.hiekKos:, tn W. M. Thompson, and ;i wagon and harness to J 1 hi i ley. ! Mrs. Nora Ilrovvn informs us c. ;t .in-ui tin l first of March she wi.l have at Baker’s a complete lm.' «.i' Spring and summer styles '>l' I mts ;md other millinery sup plies. She will notify the public byway of an ad in the Herald M’lie Merino Sheep Co., through its manager Theo. liangerter, wi! stay on the Herald family band wtgon the year ahead, as per kale received. Our thanks .aie extended to the Merino I Sheep Co. and their manager. Ki'iii-r and Has-ett, who were p»aeed under bonds for their ap pearance at the district term of court, were released on bail the first of the week; their bondsmen being .'Jus. Herbert. Win. Morri son, 13. B. Gant, Gi > n Yokum. Burros! I have about twenty burrows for s iie --price* from $3 to per lie id. Inquire seven miles son;;i oi Gaujpo, at my home, or j write meat ( ,’ampo, Colo. f-7 j Theo. Bangerter ; Khner Lamport was in town Saturday, ami renewed his fath ers membership card to the Her aid family for the coming year, l "* hlso jutting up on the fifth Moor through the big-five com bination. Thanks to Elmer, and meantime keep your eye on tlie Big Five. i j For Sale. 1 Sorghum and broomcorn fod ‘•'ler. and baled millet and prai rie bay, at from s*.oo to $12.00 ppr owt. Bundle maize scts. Ear corn 75cts. per bushel 4-7 Walker Bros, 18 mill s south of Vilas. Elmer Frond), the popular >i ch* . t Grandview, on whose land the x’liool house is located, w s in Springfield on tlie 23 inst. on blisinos.s. and as it is the pop ular thing to do renewed his al legianeo t<» the happy Herald , family as a ti st-floor member; or wo might say the fifth floor, as tlio big five was included in tlie ii n. Thanks to Elmer. 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