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Will Save You 40% on Your Tires A Great Tire Proposition *rO introduce our guaranteed quality automobile and motorcycle tires and inner u»to your county, we have cut out all distributors' expense and profit Will sell to the automobile and motorcycle owner direct at prices never befort offered and under conditions which no one can question ns being the most liberal, open and above board. We will ship C. O. D. WITHOUT ANY DEPOSIT and SUBJECT TO INSPECTION, or where remittance in full accompanies order for two or more tires, we will PREPAY ALL TRANSPORTATION CHARGES AND AGREE that, if upon arrival of tires or tubes, they are not entirely satisfactory, to pay all charges and promptly refund money. This extra ordinary offer and the prices, herewith quoted, are subject to change without notice. Automobile Casings and Inner Tubes „Si*e PfcJ" Tread Non-Skid Grey Tubes Red Tubea 22*2 • 2 2? * " 7a • i .os s i no 22*f,. 7 25 1.75 1.00 29*28 2 25 000 a.io 2.30 31* 3S 8 75 » 54) 2.15 2.35 22*28 2 2° 6 75 2.20 2.40 22*28 ®*si? 10.25 2.30 2.45 22*2** .215 11.75 2.50 2.70 2®*f 11-54) 12.50 2.60 2.05 2S*l 15 22 12.75 2.70 a. 05 22*9 12-22 13.25 2.80 3.10 M»4 12.50 13.50 2.05 3.25 34*4 13.00 14.25 3.10 3.35 35*4 13.60 11.50 3.20 3.50 86*4 13.75 15 410 3.30 3.G0 87*4 14.00 15.50 3.40 3.70 84x44 15.00 1f..50 3.75 4.20 85 * 4S 10.00 17.54) 8.00 4.40 80x454 17.00 18.50 4.00 4.50 87x45j 18.00 20.50 4.10 4.60 85*5 10.50 22.00 4.60 5.00 86*5 10.75 22.50 4.74) 5.10 87 (8 20.54) 23.04) 4.84) 5.25 88*5 26.54) 28.50 4.00 5.50 80*5 27.4)0 20.54) 4.05 5.70 43*5 27.54) 30.4)4) 5 00 6-34) 87x5S 32.4)4) 34.4)4) 5 25 5.80 88* 5S 32.50 35.00 5.54) 0.00 Motorcycle Casings and Inner Tubes Sitt Rim .Casing Grey Tubes Red Tubea 38* 2S HU 84.75 81.25 51.40 38x25 CC 5 50 1 35 1.50 2»x2X 81l 5.50 1.35 1.50 38*3 CC 5 80 1.45 1.65 In ordering state whether Clincher. Q. D. Clincher or Straight Side tires are wanted. A MAJESTIC TYRE CO. (Not Inc.) WL C«r. 141 b SI. aod Michigan Ave. CHICAGO. ILK* NOTICE OF CONTEST l For publication Ocpartment’of the Interior, United States I.and Office Lamar, Coloiado., July 26, 1915 To James H. Dry bread of StoninKton, Colo, eon teelee: You are hereby notified that John Callahan who gives Stonington, Colorado, us bis post office address, did on June 28lh, 1915. Ala in this office his duly Corroborated ap plication to contest and secure the cancellation A. your homestead, Entry No. . Serial No •loai9. nude April 14, 1911, for w'jSW 1 * Section 22 Township 31 S., Range 43 W., 6th P. | meridian, and as grounds for his t’ontost he allcg that James H. Dry bread has wholly abandoned Midland; has never established residence since, data of entry and has wholly failed to cultivate or I improve the same and that all the said defaults' continue to the present date. \ You are, therefore, further notified that the | said allegations will be taken as confessed on" j your said entry will be cancelled without further | right to be heard, cither before this office or on appeal, if you fail t<> file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice.as shewn below, ycur answer, under path, specifically responding to these allegations of contest, together with due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant cither in person or by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name of the post office 'o which yon desire futuie notices to be se.it to you. A. I. Bon v rs. lieu inter. R. J. McGrath. Receiver i ’ate ot first publics ion July 30th, 1915 Date of second publication Aug. tith, ISM-'* ate of third publication Aug. 13th, 1915 Date of fourth publication Aug 20th, >95 NOTICE OF aPPLI> ATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS Office of State Board of Land Commit bioners. Denver, Colo., July 2?th, 1915. Nolle* Is hereby given that D. M. Chenowo h, whose postoffice address is Springfield, C<»lo.. ha made application No. A43SG to lease the follow ‘ ing described school lands, situate in B»ra c«un ty. Colorado, to-wit: All of Sec- 36 township 28 S. range 47 Notice is further hereby given that all o*hcr persons desiring to file an application to lease thia of laud must fife the same in this office prior to Sept. 3rd, 1915, as no other npolication to lease the above described lands will be consider ed after said date. John F. Vivian Register State Board Land Commissioners SEEDS e Slg&y E L D BUY YOUR SEES From Us and You will get what You want. ALL SEEDS TESTED mail lls YOUR ORDERS STRAIN BROS. Lamar. Colorado. Liggett & Cole Land Matters and Suits at Law Lamar Colo NOTICE FOR TUBU'WTION Publisher Department of the Interior U S. Land Office at Lamar. C«>lo.. July 15, 1915 Notice is hereoy given that Clarence J. Cusper of Campo. Colo. ■ who on Muy 31, 1912, made Hd. entry seriu' No- 011678 for n‘/i Scc.23, T. 535. Range 46 W-, 6th Principal Meridian, Ima tiled notice of intention to make 3 year prod to establish claim to the land above described, be fore the Judge of the County Court ut Spring field, Cofe., ou the Bth day of Sept, 1916, Claimant names as witnesses. Floyd hichard, Levi Cramer, Ifen Battles, Lem | rule Rehur I, all of Campo, Colorado. A.L. BEAVERS. «• glfter | j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I [ (Publisher) j .repurtinent of the Interim j United States Laud Office | Lainar. Colorado, July 1 1915.1 ' . hereby given that Welter E. Croenbyko Vilas, Colo., who on April 8, 1911 I mode homestead entry serial No. OIOJBO for I Lots 8, 9. iO, 11. 12. a'if..ej* und se' iiiw 1 ., of Section 6 Tv/p. 32 S. [Range 45 VV., Gth Principal | M. as amended by Lcttcc *‘C” of February 13 lS»!if. ha j tiled notice of. intention to make 3 yclir proof to establish claim to the lan above :rlbci|, txiforo the Judge of the u..ty C..d.t at.- Colorado, on tin- 8tl» dnvj Li Sept., 1.1 . j Lonni Johnson. Jim Ezell. io’li > ! -prii,*:'J«sl. t'clo; J.E. ■ tin . -, of RoJl.-j.'c; to —ij iTuiml 1 eempson, Viluu. Colt-t"lo. | A. L. BEAVERS Registe, riEWAUD | $500.00 Whereas certain and numerous par ties have been killing animals belong ng to The Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd., some for the purpose of selling the meat, others for the purpose of 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 the above re ward of $500.00 will be given to anyone giving such information as will leatl to the convictiou of each and every guilty person. All animals belonging to I he Prairie Cattle Co., Ltd.are branded U on left hip, and all information should he given to H. G. Glazbrook, A.afiager Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd., Hig- Higbee, Colo. Advi NOTICE of CONTEST For publication) IUTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, . United Slates Lend Office Lamar Colorado. July". 1915 j. j ■ .1 .am 11. Wilson of Protection, KariMi- CcuU-tec: You arc hereby notified that George A. Slril . whj gives Vila.,, Colorado, as his poj:- oflico address, did on June «, 1913, file this office his duly corroborated application '. co.ilest ••nd tecure the cancellation of yo - homestead Entry Serial No. (>ll2s'i made Nov 10. 1911, forints l.f.B'i Kw‘*ne Sec. llTwp. 33 S. It. 45 W. 6th P. M., and a grounds for hi* contest he alleges that ..v William H. Wilson has wholly abend,med sai'l. land has failed to reside upon, improve oi cultivate same sin l e date of entry; and that .ill ol ►ahl defaults exist to this date. You arc, therefore, further notified Unit the said allegations will betaken as confessed, aid your said en<ry will lie canceled without furl) cr right to be heard, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to fife in this office witn : n twenty days after the FOURTH publication "I this notice, as shown below, your answer, un deroath. specifically responding to these allega tions ot contest, together with duo proof that you have served a copy of your answer on tlir said contestant either in person or by registered mail XOTICIS FOR PUBLICATION. (Publisher! Department of the Interior U. F. Land Office at Lamar. ' olorad, July ill ltur. Notice is hereby given that John VV. Cowan of Richards, Colo., who, on Aug.. 21, It)11. miul homestead entry serial No. 0109c3. for the S'- of section 2 Township 34 S. U. 44 w. 6th P. Meridian ha- filed notice of Intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above desc'iLod- before the Register and Receiver at Lamar, Colorado, on the 11th day of Sept . 1915, Claimant names as witnesses: W. E. French, D. W Babcock. Fred Collins Spottswood D. Potter, all of Richards,Co'.o. A. L. BEAVERS , Register. Geo. 6. (Eoover Lamar Colo. is Prepared to elen and press ladies and gents gar ments. Rvcry Garment is well steamed and perfectly sanitary when returned to you. Suits made to order $12.50 up HATS CLEAN HD AND REBLOeKED Springfield Headquarters C. G. ECKLKS THE DAOGY OF THEM ALL I twenty-fourth: Watermelon Day and Fair | ROCKY FORE?, Aug. 31, Sept. I, 2,3, 1915 Watermelon day Sept. 2nd 15,000.00 —- For pursi s, fieiniums, Races exhibits, Music Base Ball and Feat ure Free Attractions. See Edwin Hoddy i:i his sensational Aerial Head Acrobatic and 'Trapeze Baton *in*r .V-\ Harry A. Davis & Co. with his two human targe Is, Unown »s AmercaV rest fancy shot. Base Ball Tourna m'' t, ‘ vo gun--; each day except Watermelon Day, Purse $450X0 and a-i ver cup Obw jrrl i ic.c, boys pony race and colt race.! A Grand Exhibition of Farm, Fruit, Dairy, Poultry, Swine, Sheep,, Cattle, Horses, Womans W( rk and Decoraiive Art, of this wonder-, fm Valley. DeKreUo Carnivd Dt Lux with eight big shows, Italian! Band and Special Free Acts. COME OWE, eOME ALL Something Doing All The Time Special for Autoes^ 3^ BRING YOUR TENTS—City v-i 1 1 furnish Free Camping locations during the fair. Make Grand Slnnd Reservations Early, Season #1.50 Excursion Rates .... Special Trains Season Tickets good all four clays only Si.(lo For Concessions. Premium Lists, Write or see LORO R. POLLOCK, Secretary Arkansas Valley Fair ROCKY FORD COLO. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my place 1 mile west and 18 south of Springfield, Colo., on Sept. 21, TUESDAY 10:00 A.ffl. 69 HEAD CATTLE 69 LTJNCH on GROUND six months time with interest at ten per cent per annum 5 per cent tils Enlfid .count for cash. No goods to he removed until settled for T. lIEAGYEY Owijer W. A. THOMPSON flue. Dr. Bari elf, one of our valued subscribers st Lamar, and one of the best known doctors in the Arkansas valley, died last week in a Denver hospital. Dr. Bar telt has had numbers of cases from Baca county, and is well known by all of our people. His death is the loss of the whole country, and the whole country joins in extending sympathy to | the bereaved family. Lormi Cluise was recently of fered for liis half sec tion home, and politely refused the offer. Incidentally, Chase has one of the best improved , farms in the county for the time | he has been on it, it beginning to I take on the appearance ot a high- Ily improved old-time ranch. I He asks SIO,OOO for his land. | Geo. Brown, old time Bacaite, r,ow of came down the | first of the « ; eek with u brand I splinter new town Ford, the first that Im.? hit our .town, and is what in common parlance would becalled a “peach.” r $lOO PHYS lor luitii n, board and room, and guarantees you a position if you tirst enroll in the Jack i son University’s Correspond ence School. A new plan. Not a mere statement or idle claim, but an accomplished fact, a plain, visible reality. Fret ticks* to Cliiliicothe, Mo., to vis- I Jackson University of Busin ess, America’s most original and indipendent business col lege. Finest quarters; Free night school; Positions guar anteed; Dancing halt and danc ing teachers Board *3.00 Barked by Wurld’s Desire Bureau. For catalogue, free ticket and full particular-, ac 1 - 5 dress WALTER JACKSON, lii President, ChiUicothe. Mo. I Played Ball That’s what the boys did Sun day. The conclusion was finally, reached by common consent J that they had been fooling long enough; and though finally beat en by a score of one in fourteen innings, they made the visiting team do the playing of their lives for vhat one. One thing, the boys this time had a better pitcher than they have had before, and thus by th« addition of a few good players they were enabled to play a bet ter game than have ever I played before. The tally shows that Lee Holmes made two scores, Jen nings made three, Ray ore, In man two, Wilson two, Robb two, Adams two. Jennings deserves special mention for his excellent pitch ing, as well as for his batting and running, he making three j scores and two home runs A special feature of interest was the fair fam that surely tnwards the middle of the game helped to rattle the boys from North Fork. Taking their cue from the fair Artesia fans of the Sunday be fore, about a dozen of them lined u "> and hollered for Springfield in away that would have made the Artesia girls wonder l.ow it was done. May be the Artesia boys can beat Springfield in another game and maybe they can’t, but we’ll bet by heck those sweet Artesian voices won’t be al:le to make any home runs as against the fair fans of Springfield. Indeed we . will pit our fair fans of last Sun day against, all comers, *vhether they he fair fans or otherwise. The score finally stood 14 to 15 in faver of N ( 'rth Fork. Good feeling prevailed through out the game, and at its close a collection was taken up to help pay the expenses of the visitors. Springfield will be glad to play North Fork again sometime in the future. Locals Bring the family, and come for the three days O G. Mason of Horseshoe was i pleasant caller Tuesday. Mrs. John Yokum with her son Glen came over from Vilas ind attended the dance last Fri day night. We understand the Stinson company intend to put their school land leaseholds on the market in the near future. The finishing touches are this week being put onto the Denney Bros, garage. This building is making a fine showing for Springfield. Chambers and his moth er Mrs. Meranda Chambers, made final proof before Com. Speck man Tuesday, using L. V. Campbell as witness. Emmett W. Simpson, the jov ial mute of Fx)ne Rock, was an agreeable Herald sanctum caller Tuesday. He reports a fine crop, and r. little of everything in the crop line. Mrs. Adda Konkel and son Wilford came up from their Prairie Nook ranch Tuesday for dental work. Wilford returned home the same day and came back yesterday. A. L. Smart, old timer, stock man, and prosperous ranchman, comes across with the rent on the first floor, and will keep right on talking about Hu .a county and the good times coming. Thousands of liuv fever and asthma victim, who are not able to ro to the mountain* find re ief in Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It al lays the inflammation loothus and heal, raw and rnjplnjr branchial tubes and helps to overcoma . difficulty in breathing. and makes sound refresh ing sleep possible. POST OFFICE nItUG STORE S. E.SPKCKMANN Pre» Clms. MalmbeiK orders the fa inous 52 doses, and makes it one more for- Richards Charley is the Richards black smith, and : s lillinp a lo»n felt want in that part of God’s mor al vineyard. Annual Report Financial Statement of school district No 3.'), Amount ii hand .Inly Ist, lti!4 Special Fun.l $311.82 Received Py up, oi tionment 177 s 4 Received fro i Special Tax 251.20 Total $46M.86 Raid (rut for Teaciior’s Salary $200.00 Fuel, Sh cl, etc . 142.55 U>v..r 'rili jis v Ist, 1911, 12.99 I lit on IVii ra ito 2.28 By Transfer 4.51 On hand General Fund 79.56 Special Fund 26.98 Total $468.86 Teachers’ Ware, unpaid SIOOXO Other Warrants 18.20 The above is a true statement to tire best of my knowledge, John G. Fagg Sec’y notice fok Publication. (Publisher) Dc*f>artment of the Interior l . S. Land Office, Lamar, Colorado. Auif. 12 . 1918 •> m hereby Riven that Peter VV. Scrviee. pi i.ig'ir! 1. Colon,do. win, on Sept. 17, I»l a . *U.«.i entry sori I No. OMCiS for one hull (n* of section 34 I mm. I. [r. .-outh. Range 46 wet. 6th 1 M.-ridinn, ban filed notice »■ intention to •»h.- three year proof to establish claim to the I ml ab„ve described before Silus E. Spacknunn United States < ommiHsioncr at Spring-field * «dorado, on li..* 2nd day of Oct 1915. c. E. Robb. W. W revr. John Bevis. F-lbert .1 -feoat. r.lI f or of Spriiiß.lcld. Colo. A L. BEAVERS, Resiater .'• rli i-, k<-k PUBIC v'MUN Publisher) r.'cpuMnient of the Interior U. - s . Land Office at Lamar. Colorado. July 22. 1915 Votice is hereby Riven that John A. McKelter of Kstelcnc. Colo., who on June 22, 1912, made home it end entry serial No. 1)11730 Lot I. Sec. 2f>. isw 1 so 1 ■ Sec.'26, and n' ,ne‘ 4 Section 35 Township 8] S. Range 50 . 6th Principal Meridian has filed notice of intention to make three year proof t" establish claim to tl«- land above described before ' Sill E. S| ei kroann. 1f..-*. Com at Sprinefi d < olorado, on the 7th day of Sept., 1915. .Cl 'imant names as witnesses. John 11. McArthur, Junes Mucarther. S. J Collins, ull three of Kstelene. Colo., Ted J. Bar ker. of Maxey, Colo. A. L.REAVERS. Kevister >OT!CK KOH PUBLICATION 1 Publlshei'.) Dcpai tincnt of the Interior 1.11 n>l Otficcat Lam at*. Colorado July 31, His Notice | ere by given that Spottswood D. Potter of Richards, Colo., who on Mny %, 1911, made Hd. entry, serial No. 01(16-11 for the n'j of tion 8, Township 34 South, Ranße 44 west 6th P M.h«s filed notice of intention to make Ti.rcc year proof to establish claim to tne land sl-ove described before the Register and Receiver at Ijtntar. Colorado, on the 14thday of Sept . 1915. ' mart r.nn.eu as witnesses: J W.Co .van, Fred Collins. W. E. French, D. W. Babcock. all of Richards, Colo. A. L. BEAVERS. Register