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(Publisher) Department of the Interior U. S. L and office at Lamar, Colo., I January 20, 1914.1 Notice is hereby given that Pedro I Uuintana, whose puatoffice is Trinchera. CWo., did on the 29th day of September. ltEl3. file in this office Sworn Statement and Application. No. 013599, to purchase Lots I,2.[WANW.i], and SFiNW*. and SWJNEI, of Section 31 't ownship 34 South, Range 52 West 6th Principal Meridian, and the Limber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3,1878 and acts amend itory, known as the ‘‘Timber and Stone Law” at suchvalue as might be fixed by appraisement, and ’ that, puisuani to such application, the j land and timber thereon have been ap praised Four Hundred and Fifty & no 100, the timber estimated 240 cords and | 2600 posts $250 and the lands2oo.oo; that 1 • said applicant vs ill offer final proof in support of his application and sworn statementon the 10th day of April, 1914. before the Clerk of the District Court, at Trinidad, Colo. Any person is at liberty , to protest this purchase before entry or initiate a contest at any time before patent issues, by filing a corroborated affiidavit in this office, alleging facts which would defeat theent ry. Eugnne M. Whitaker, Register. WALL PAPER See Mrs, Mills for all kinds of wall paper. Prices to suit your pocket book.—Adv. NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By virtue, of an execution, is sued out of mid under the seal of the district court in and for the third judicial district of the state of Colorado, sitting vrithin and toi* Prowers county, in the t st:it«* of Colorado, upon a judge ment duly made and rendered and docketed in said court on the 17th day of April, A. D. 1900, the same being one of the regu lar juridical Hays of the April, A. D. 1906, term of the said dis trict court, in an action wherein Phillips Investment company, a corporation, is plaintiff, and Geo. M. Casey and William A. Towers, doing business under the firm name and style of Casey and Towers, and Thomas W. Casey, administrator of the estate of George M. Casey, deceased, are defendants, in favor of said plain tiff and against said defendants •yfor the sum of seventy-four thou sand, two hundred twenty one and 92100 dollars ($71,221.92) which execution was directed and delivered to me as sheriff in and for the county of Baca, in the state of Colorado, I have ley ied upon all the right, title and interest of the said defendants, George M. Casey and William A. ’ Tcvvers, doing business under the firm name and style of Casey and Towers, and Thomas W. Casey, administator of the es tate of George M. Casey de ceased, in and to the following described real estate, property and premises situate in Baca county, Colorado, to-wit. The southeast quarter of southwest quarter (sel-4 of sw 1-4) and southwest quarter of southeast quarter (sw 1 -4 of sel-4) of section eight (8), and the north j east quarter of the northwest t quarter (nel-4 of nwl-4) and the j northwest quarter of northeast quarter (nwl-4 of nel 4) of sec tion seventeen (17), all in town ship twenty-nine (29) south, ?ange forty-five (45) west of the sixth principal meridian, also the east half of the northwest quarter (el-2 of nwl-4) and lots one (1) and two (2), in section thirty (30), township twenty nine (29) south, range forty-five (45) west, of the oth P. M. Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, sheriff as afor said, will sell the above descrlh- I real property (or so much thereof as may be sold in parcels without material injury to the parties and as may be sufficient, to raise the amount due the plain tiff) to the highest and best hid , der for cash, at public auction, at the front door of the cou ity court house at Sprii gtiela, Baca county, in the state of Colorado, on the 4th day of Apr., A. D 1914. at the hour «)f two o’clock, in the afternoon of said day to satisfy the sfid execution, together with interest and costs thereon. Dated at Springfield, Mar. 7, A.D^1914, Harvey C. Kett, Sheriff in and for Baca coun i ty, Colorado. First publication, Mar. 13th; I Last publication, April 3rd. IBRa 0 0 I The Big Five. f 1., mm— | Woman’s World | H Green’s Fruit Grower §| f§ Farm Life, Home Life ip 1 SPRINGFIELD HERALD-1 $1.50. I aSps - ■ ■ ..-v Stonington SPRINGFIELD Ed Measel Contractor and Builder ALSO Expert in Cement Work. Plans drawn—Estimates furnished. Long Distance Phone ? J. M. WILLIAMS, Plies. CHARLES MAXWELL, VlcE-PItES. < t L. J. BORING, Cashier. J. D. SPOONER, Ass't. Cashier : \ CITIZENS STATE BANK fi | LAMAK. COLORADO. ?j } CAPITAL STOCK $35,000 ; i SURPLUS $lO,OOO 1 ? We invite you to transact your business with this / J t bank, and endeavor to give prompt and eflicieut service f * by ym .onal and courteous treatment to our customers. J j * O (REG TORS: J; % .1. M. WILLIAMS, CHARLES MAXWELL, GEO. A. EVERETT, I I. L. MAXWELL, L. J. BORING. \ LONG HOTEL [ Formerly the Homsher Hotel] The house has been newly 1 Ai repaired, remodeled, and equip- ll i ped from roof to celler, and is -y II I /A now in First-Glass Shape. ;A ( II I Gan give the traveling pu u lic jfesaifijfc II | .yy the Best Accommodations. JJ ||U-r Patronage Solicited^# Maurice Long, pr «p Bfaft f4o|ses. j? I Perelierons. Belgians add Shires, one I Ito four years old. From imported or ■ I registered stock. y C One 2 year old Belgian, S pure bred, for 522n.00 B H Sire 2,000 lbs. Dam 1.r.00- ■ ■ One small Jack, .veil bred. Will trade for work-mare. S 1 Archie Semmens 9 Wiley, Colo. IwSS Lamar^JE W. P. Yerity Physician and Surgeon. Two Buttes, Colo. W.a. MERRILL P. J. ffl'enKTV Hepy. Dint. Attorney MERRILL A M'CARTY Attorneys and Counsellors at Lav Nntionnl Bank Bldtr. , Rooms 3. 4 anil 6 , A genera! practice in all civil matter in all the courts. : j L. L. K.MOX BRAND INSPECTOR ' SPSMIVGPIELD '. •. *1 I Notice For Piibllca ion. (Publisher) Department of the- Interior. United States Land Office. i-• b. iy. ioi! i Notice is hereby given that Albert W. Jones, ! lof Stoninjiton. Colorado who, on April 9, l!l>7, : j inndc homest-ad entry no. 7 s 18, serial No. 021*70. for no 1 i, >ec. 17, Twp. S., Runjte 1-’ W., lith ‘ 1 Principal Meridian, ha- tiled notice ,' of intention to make live year proof tc , establish c.lnim to the hind above described-before the judge of the county court at '’urinfirfichl. 1 1 oloradoon the 4th dnV of April. JOII - Claimant names as witnesses: John F. Pulling, Waller I rank, Ilurrit Jones.and VV. A. Wills, all of Stonini:i..:i- Colorado. i I KUGENE ,M. V/HITA K. Tern Oxenreider. Well • c^> Driller. iFiiillT and EffICPT Phone, Write or Call* Sprikheid. I NOTICE FOR PUBLB ATION Publisher liepannent of the Inti r or. I’nlted Mute- l.nnd *>flh 1 . Lamar. Colorado. ’I - 1911. Notice is hereby Riven that 11 I'rnwner 1 ■» .' > Ith, I d made H. I). entry Serial N" “l: for HV. ', . of -e . 3:; Twp. I! - 1' I W. nth principal Meridian. ba* lilovj notice of intent " i to niako Three year .proof to establish claim to the lan<! j above described before the United States Commissioner at Springfield. 0 7 -ado, on th * on the 6th day of May. 19'4. Claimant names ns witnesses. R. O. Wallace. F. I). Wallace, I». E. Parker. <nd I UI IJ. o i.ith, .«ll of •'■prinillield. 'do. KUGENE .M. WIU'IaKER Register >TICK FOU PUBi.ICATIN. (Publisher ) department of the Interior U. S. Land Ofliccat Lamur, Colo. Fobniuiy 13. M 4 Notice ih hereby given Ihul .1. Olllic Llarler, of StoningtomColo., who on December 31. 1910. made lid .entry serin! No. 09186 for w!i of sue. 38. Twp. 33 8. Range 43 \V„ Oth Principal M • }iuh ‘tiled notice of intention to make threo year proof to establish clniin to the land above de , scribed . before the Judge of the county court at | Springfield.• 010., on thu 4th day of April, ltf|4. Claimant names ns witnesses: Walter E. Frank. Joe Chambers. I Ccrniu Kellogg, ull three of Slonington, Colo. Klmer E. Cook of Wentworth. * 010. EUGENE M. WIIITAKEK. Register. NOTICE OF CONTEST (For publication.) Depaitmet of the Interior l . S. Land office at Lamar, Colo. March 14 1914. To LnWrc. ee F. Forrest -.f Zyb.sch. Texas, <on teatec: Veil u.e hereby n ,tilled that Elton L. Dilling ham, who Kixe.i "pringfiold. ' olortdo, as his i">i<t olllce address did on February Mth, 1914, file in this ollice his duly corroborated applica tion to contest and sec me the cancellation of your homestead Entry. Seriul No. 'M23'O, made November 29, lit! I. for e' Section 38, Town ■ hip 3 • s .. Kur.go 17 .... Hth principal Meridian, and a:. grounds for his contest he alleges that Lawrence F. Forrest Ims abandoned the saidland and bus been absent since about the first "f Au nust I' olnnd tliat said default exists to the pret -1 ent date. You urc therefore further notified that said nllo *i to; will l>e taken by this olli' e s liav iiig been eonfe med by you. n»d your -aid « ntry will be enn celeil 0 eri under withoutyour Uirlher rightto be I'.card therein, ell her before this ollice or 1 n Hp pe; ’ l.'youfuil t • filein this ollic* witin twenty ! days after the FOURTH publication ol ibis no | tice. as.shown belotv, your answer, under rath, I specifically meeting and respondlm: to these «lh* 1 kul ions of contest, "r II you mil within that time to file in this Office dueproo' that you have served a copy of your aiuwer On the si.id contestant either in persen or by regcatcrod mail, if this service is inude by the delivery of a copy of your of siicbaei vice must b either the su'd contest tn written ackooledKement of his receipt 'the copy showing the date "f its receipt, or the affidavit "f the iierson by wh"m thcdclilicry was made stat- I ing when and where the copy was delivered: if i made by regiHcrei! mail, proot Of such service ! must consist oi the a'lidavit of the pers"n by wh«>m 1 the copy was majlo i hinting when anil the po.it- I office to which it was mailed, and thin affidavit I must be accompanied by the postmaster's recrip t : for the letter. I Y"u should state in your answer the name ol the | post office t» w hich you desire lut'JrO notices to be scat to you. EtJUUNi: M. WtllTKKlt, Kgistoi Dutcot lirst publication Mar 27th, 19|4. j Date ol Second publication Apr. :•. I'.ili D 'de of third publication Apr. 10. 1911. ! Date of fourth publication Apr. 17. 19:4. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher.) Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo. Feb. 17, 111 14. Notice is hereby Riven that Georßc T. Hines, of 3tonington. Colo., who. on Feb 14. 19M. made homestead entry, serial no. 09793 for ne'i, n ■ nW'i, sel jiiwra and ne'jsxv'a of section 17 i Township 31 South Range 43 W. I Oth Principal Meridian has file«J notice : of intention to make Three year proof to establish | claim to the land nl<ovc described, before the Judßo of the County ' ourt at Spriiißfield. 0010- I iado, on tile 7th day of Apr., 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: ! .It. C. Woolley. I Fred Woolley, b"th of Stoninjrtof . < 010 i Lucius McAdsm. | J. P. Hmes. both of Vilas, Colo. EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register. I ' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Publisher Department of ti e Interior. U. S. Land Ofllrent Lamar. Colorado Feb. 11 19'!. ; i Notlco is hereby Riven that Charles 1,. Ah I ! ner of Wentworth. Colo.. iho on January 1 1th. | i Mil I, made Homestead entry Serial No. 09 ,: 41. f r , ! if’ 1 i of section 32 and sw'i of section 33. Twp. 32 . Ranee 43 \V. 6th Principal Meridian, has I . tiled notice of intention to make three i ! ' ear proof to establish claim to the land | above described, before the United States Commissioner at -'iprinficld, Colo., on the 28th , duy of March, i 'll. 1 claimant names .is witnesses: John R. George. i P. G. Dolce, both of Richards, Colo. M. L. Htajfiier. L. •“'tanner, both of Lamport. Cel". EUGENE M WIIITAKEK. RogDler. i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION < Publisher.) Department of tin- Interior, l . I.nmi t > litre at Lam nr. Colorado. Feb. 18. 191 l • Notice is hereby Riven that 1 I 'renco V. Hand, or Vilas. Colo who on Feb. 2, 1911. made homestead entry. serial No. 09781. lor sw'. < f Bec. I and »w', of sec- 12. Twp. 33 S. It. 15 W. ' 6th p. M. h“s ‘lied notice of intention to make Three year proof to establish claim to the land ul ove described before the Judßeof the County Court &: Springfield Colorado on the 7tli 4a y of Apr., 1914. Claimant names ns witnesses: Edd McGowan, i Quitman Terr.x . | Cluud Jones. I Charley Elmore, allof of Rod ley. Colo. EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register £ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Publisher Depart mem of tim Interior, r - I ..m-0 I ..n.f.l. : 010.. Mar. - I st. I»l4 j Not is I ..•••!', riven t hat .iar.es W. Sttrven ; sen of Notts. Kills, who on N«,v. II- UXiT made | In-mestead entry *o. tr'u . ial 87', for 1 ion Mart I. I. 19 : 4. ...... *.ddl. homestead entry . I No. 0 4121 for Isit« .i: • - ~. I, Twp. *: s. K * I W. Cth P. j Meridian i.:.s tiled notice of intention to make Five year, proof to establish rlaim to the land n l»ove described before the Julrc of the county 'ourt at Springfield Colorado on the t'th day of | Mav 1911. « latmsnt names as wl'ih-m*: l John Stalders. f Wentworth. Colorado. , i'rank Hender- ,n, of Point RoCks. Kansas. , | Clarence button. _ ■ V*'. -j Murray, both of Notts, kunsau. EUGENE M. WHITAKER. Register C. Frost Liggett, Allyn Cole Land Attorney. Liwyor. Liggett & 1 ole Public Land Litigations. Suits at Law Suite 1, U. S. L. O. Bldg. Phone Lamar 818. Lamar Colo NOTICE FOU PUBLICATIC 1 (Publisher.) * Department of the Interioi j U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo. • Lamar, Colorado, Feb. 6. 1914. ' Notice ia hereby given that Augustuo Irvine | SI recter.of Lamport, Colo, who on Dec. 14, 1910, I mude homestead entry serial No. 0921.0 for ' Lois >l, 8E 1 iSW! 4 SJiSE 1 , of sec. 3, and Lots i 1. 5. 7, Nk>«N\Y' , and N' .NE', «>f Section 1C . twp. 355. Range 4 : > " . Oth Principal Meridian, he | Hied notice of intent ion to make three year proof to establish claim to thu land above described ) before the United States commissioner at Springfield. Colorado, on the 2nd deylof Ape.. 1014* Claimant names as witnesses: James E. Friedly. of Itichurds. Coin. Frank It. Streeter, of Wentworth, Col H. F. Lamport, and John W. Anderson, both of Lamport Lolo EUGENE M. WHITAKER, Kegwt • REWARD $500.00 Whereas certain and numerous par ti* !i have been killing animals belong-| ing to The Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd. ,som” for the purpose of selling the meat, others for the purposeof ob taining meat for their own consumption, and others for the reason that the cat tle have been giving then annoyance:- This is to give notice that tho above re ward of $500.00 will be given to anyone giving such information as will load to ihe conviction of each and every guilty person. All animals belonging to The Prairie Cattle Go., Ltd.are branded JJ on left hip, and all information should be given lo H. G. Glazhrook, Manager Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd., Hig bee, Colo. Adv. For Sale Cheap for cash: Young well broken work horses; 2\lso per cheron stallion. Call at op phone the Shannon ranch. 5 J. V. SAYLER, | Dentist * i Firs', class work 3 j* g | Two Buttes, olorado. | !W»i> wftasa a DR. T. H. BRADY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Lamar, Colorado. Idiom? office Lamar 89, Residence, Prowers 278. When you want Drugs or Jewelry you know you eon depend on patronize N. N. McLean, “The Old Keliable" Druggist and Jeweler. Lamar, Colo. N. B. First class Jeweler and Graduate Optician in j charge of jewelry depart ment Adv. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. (Publislu-r) Department of tho Interior U. S. Land offbeat Lamar. Coio.. March 21, 1914 Notice is hereby Riven that Jome* Murray . o Las Animas, Colo., who on I cbrtiary 1L 191* made Desert Lnn«l entry. Seriul No. 07105, f of section 9. Township 29 S.. Range 50 W.. principal Meridiun. 1 > f lrd notice of inte" t" make Final four year Proof,to establish • to the land above described, before the U S’ntes commissioner at Springfield. Colorai the 6th day of May. 191 U Claimant names as witnesses: James R. Milner. George E. Junes, both o* Rule. Colorai James « . Murray. Bernab Gonzales- iKith. Las Animas, EUGENE M. Whitaker. Register. NOTICE FOR PURLICAT Publi.her I ’eynrl merit of the Int. U.S. Land Ollice nt I-s Notice is hereby Riven that I. of Springfield Colo-, who on Jan homes lead entry. serial No Section 35Township32S. Kaiij Meridian has filed noti to make threo year ur«of t the land übove described. States Commissioner at P on the 4th day of Apr., 1911. Claimant names as witn. Dwight Caldwell. William Hines. R. O. Wallace. F. D. -Wallace, nil of Sp EUGENE Personal Paras Com. Barr wau the 23rd. Com. Harrison w. the 21st insc. See 3 million $$ at* t* house Tuesday night. J. A. Stinson and wife trading in town Monday. Gurn says, “the card is ca, ital. Run me off 500 of them. ” Seethe Indian feature ait the school house next Tuesday night. A subscriber “ every minute’ —that's the way it was again part of the time this week. Willord Konkel rolled up his sleeves and waded into the exam ination just like grown-up folks. On account of its not being well advertized the moving slisw on the 23rd didn’t draw a full house. Mrs. Mary McClure came out last week from Ava, 111., to be with her children, Miss Amy and I John McClure. * i The matter of text books and the county normal being affirm atively disposed of, the next thing is that county fair. We want to call your particu lar attention to the ad. of Miss ' McClure elsewhere. You will rind her in the Jackson building with a nice stock Of Millinery. M i s. May Bobbins of Larimi Wyo., came down on Monda from Lamar for a visit with he sister, Mrs. Lcs Jones. 1> Joins met her here with his c. I A. J. Huffman of Vilas, as I for basement accommodatio> ' Sure, and remember the fain 1 will be waiting for you up on first Moor at the end of your ] bation. Guru informs us that th more-Brad ley sale was a . great big howling success Guru calls a “hummer Mathias sale was also a cows up to Basement quarto* i Radford of Motion. I favors thanks, for 1 | more thanks. At 1 ' | your probation, Mr. family will be waft ; up on the first flat. - Charley and K autoed to Lamar gainst the. storm with it the next .overreached th' probation, but [and their fim j made in the e; . Astopullir proved up, I dared hims< Whore els Thompson what the* and com. evidence Tuesday H. D orders jSpriir time first Her ing | me Tl