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The Springfield herald. (Springfield, Baca County, Colo.) 1887-1919, May 08, 1914, Image 4

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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Publisher.)
Departmer\t of the Interior
U. S’ Land Olllce at Lamar, Colo. |
April 15. 1014. |
Notice is hereby Kivtn that,
John 11. Amrine. of Vnaa, Colo.. who.
•n May 21, 1008, n ade hoim stend E, I
No. 0302. tfetial No. 04622, 'or ihonej
r f Sec. 8. now uecribed as tract no 58
and on Oct. 7, 1011, made Addl
Homestead entry No. Oil 111 • as amend
ed, for Lots 29, 42&44 of section 4,
l«t 27 and swj, sel of section 5 and
iats2. 8, 10 nwi nes of section 8, i
township 31 S. Range 45 W. 6th
principal Meridian, has filed notice of !
intention to make Three y« ai l•« • 1 ;
to establish claim to the land above I
described, before the United States j
Commissioner at Sprin«lie|(i, Colo
3rd day of June. 1014
Claimant names as witnesses'.
M. J. Cook
P. L. Goehr ing
Felix Ward
H. Amrine, all of Vilas, Colo.
KUGEnF M. WHITAKER
Register
—* •»-
BUY QUALITY
It Pays.
I
A E
L D
I
STRAIN BROS.
Lamar, Colorado. 1
){OMSHER-pELOS
At the home of the bride’s par
ents, Rev. Nidey officiating, >\a*B
solomnized tlie marriage of Rob- ;
ert J. Horn slier and Miss Peart.
Fields at 11:00 o’clock a. m. on I
Tuesday of this week.
There were present fromj
Springileld to witness the ere
mon.y Tlios. Konkel and Mis.* j
Alma Gordon, Will Fields and.
Miss Carrie Konkel. Will St«*\'-
art and Herb Horn slier.
A sumptuous dinner was par*
taken of at 12.00 m., after which |g
ail returned to Springfield, and i
in the afternoon the bride and |
groom departed for Denvei ' |
on their honeymoon.
The Fields art* newcomers
having lived in the county a lit- =■
tie less than three years, coin
ing lie re in 1912.
Mr. and M rs. R. D. Homsher
came to Baca county with their I
family in 1887, and the fami y
has lived here every •*•';» ■
They ran a hotel and a Inr > i- t
a good many years, and 1 i • ■ n
Bob was in the real • - te
n V, ims been and is r> v .
of th*-. peace, and a s as been
and is now in the auto passeng r
business.
The Herald joins their many,
friends in extending congratula
tions. !
Notiot To Contractors I
The If card of County Com mis
sioners will receive bids for the
following work on the county
jail up to May 11th, 1914:
Specifications for roof on
jail building:
Size 24x24 feet. Hipped roof
with deck. To be tinned around
the deck. Shingles to be laid
five inches to the weather and to
be of good grade. Hips to be
stripped with weather boarding.
Bidder to furnish everything
complete.
Board of County Commissioners i
By David Konkel. I
<
LOGOHATN :<>*'-!
two miles north west of liim
neys. Finder will please return j
same to the C. I. Davis ranch.
7 G.G. Martin. I
Maxey Colo.
Strayed or Stolen
One blue mare, two years old,
branded CrO on rifjbt shoulder. |
One dun horse, two years old. I
brand; ":1 S on left shoulder.
Abram Stoner, ,
liichfield, Kans. 1
i # BARBED WIRE m
- AND NAILS
. a CAR LOAD
** In Transit. 14
PRICE IRC QURLITY ginrantud.
The Star *
Lumber Co,
Elkhart, Kansas
“ WM. C. WASHBURN, MANAGER **
■ m ■l|iJ«ASt
KONKEL’S STORE
STONINGTON, COLORADO
For
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Etc.
GOODS FIRST CLASS—QUICK SERVICE -
The prices are as low as you will find in larger stores,
and in many cases lower.
The expenses at this place are light, and whexfe e.
penses are light prices can be low—and here they a: p .cv
Your Business solicited.
TERMS CASH.
■————K—MBBBK3 JT^OBSKSKI
Geo. Epriji fCopkel,
Proprietor.
SEED
SEED!
Now is the tirne^-
sow Alfalfa Seed
We have- hrme-Rrown seed at 14 cents a pound.
Have also Seed Potatoes^ —
wCane and Feterita Seed
Best dry-land crops.
Rock Island Farm Tools, j
When Buying Buy the Best at J J |
Fu : ! Value for u-r Money at L ■ Ei ata ,
SUWDA¥ 7 8 GA R. AG E \
l arrying U. S. Aluii Daily bid vi < n I am;, i ai d Sprint}
Held
Leaves Lamar 8:00 a. m. Leaves Springfield
1:30 p. m.
DAILY j |
We earnestly solicit passengers and express. j i
Call at Sunday's Garage. Phone Lamar 1-3-9 :
or Herald at Springfield. i
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a
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jj HARRISON & WILLIS j j
s i
S Locatrs nd g
P R i (« e ® ]
H R ‘ ls e S
L VILAS, - • COLO. |
( BasnaasasassasasHaas ■■
PATENT
VALUABLE INFORMA
TION FREE
If you have an invention or any pat
, ent matter, write immediately to
W. W. Wrlgllt, registered attorn y.
Loan & Trust Bldg. Washllgtn
j ARE YOU POSTED? |
Mot only on Posts, but Barbed Wire and Field
Fence. We have a complete tock of Painted
Barbed Wire, also Universal
and National Fence —the best made.-- also
White Cedar and Red Cedar Posts all sizes
| OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU
I T HE W. M. DICKINSON LUMBER CO.
I LAMAR. COLORADO
BLACKBURN and FIRMIN,
General Merchandise
Good Service and Best Quality
Flour Feed
Stock Salt ££££
Full line of Groceries
1 XSts% Dry Goods »ZX
We Guarantee both the
Quality of Our Goods and
wU/.vU/ 7 Air.
XXX| the Price. »»
W. J. Blackburn,
ELKHART, PLYLHSTS.
!’. B. Brown, Pres. A. N. Parrish, Vice-Pres. *
W. C. Gould, Cashier.
,$ 1 iFirst National Bank I #
Lamar, Colorado. #
|# Capital Stock $50,000.00 #
j Surplus - - $35,000.00
’ We take special pains in the handling of all good business
i # lirrrtora: w R c B co“m A d. N th P ; t K c R „'“: #
l*. M. Brown.
—TIESHE
p ioneer Qtore
p GOODS s GROCERIES
FLQUIi, FEUD, GAInSMS.
HARDWARE, ****** saivipson wind mills.
******** Best prices, goods considered. ********
A.A.DENNEY, SPRINGFIEL.
i
Wl)ei) in SpringfielD
Try the
CENTRAL HOTEL
For a Clean Bed or Something Nice to Eat.
** SHORT ** ORDERS **
.A. SPECIALTY
Bread and Pies to suit the taste Hot Ghill i
Give tisu-r order for a nice CfIKE ToT ho ME
Opposite the Postoffice.
j\ ifu nvnin.Ls Prop.

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