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Notick For Publication
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lainar, (*olo..
Oct. 13. 1915.
Notice i* hereby Riven that Paul It. Moore, of
Rule, Colo., who on August 29, 1912, mode Home
• lead Entry, Mo. 011936. for S' : Sw , Sec. 5 and
NLjSWVi, NWW. Section 8. Township 30 S..
Ran ire 61 W., Cth Principal Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Three year proof, to
establish cluim to the land above described, be
fore the Register and Receiver of the U. S. Land
office, at Lamar, Colo., on tho 17th day of De
cember, 1915.
Ciaiment names as witnesses.
J. D. Smith, J. A. Howard, Susan C. Hulse, all
of Rule, Cclo., Ted Barker, Maxey, Colo.
A. L. BEAVERS. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Dkpbrtmknt of tiie Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo., J
Oct. 18. 1915,
Notice is hereby given that Claud W. Radford,
oj Stonington, Colo., who on June 14, 1911, made
Homestead entry. No. 01070'’. for SE'-., Section 18
Township 30 S., Range 42 W.. Cth Principal Me- 1
ridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three |
year Proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before the Judge of the County Court
at Springfield, Colo., on the 17th day of December
1916.
Ciaiment names as witnesses.
Levi Mobley, Chas. Medley, John T. Jackson, a ’
of Stonington, Colo., John E. Martin, of Blaine,
Celo.
A. L. BEAVERS, Register.
Notice For publicbtion
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo.,
Oct. 13. 1915,
Notice is hereby given that Susan C. Hulse, for
merly Moore, of Rule, Colo, who, on August 29,
1912, made Homestead Entry No. 011935, for S'*
SW'i, Sec. 8, Se.VNEU. E:-,SE',. Sec. 7 NEU
NE a. Sec. 18 n' v nwb, Sec. 17. T, 30 S.. It. 51 W..
6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make Three year proef, to establish claim
to the land aboce described, before the Register i
and Receiver of U. S. Land Office, at Lamar, |
Colo., on the 17th day of December. 1915.
Ciaiment names as witnesses:
Paul R. Moore. J. D. Smith. J. A. Howard, all
of Rule, Colo., Ted. Barker, of Maxey, Colo.
A. L. BEAVERS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Publisher;
Icpartincnt of (be Interior
United States Land Office
Lamar, Colorado Nov. 16. 1915.
Notice is hereby given that Ora F. Ross
of Wentworth. Colo., who on Nov. 26, 1912,
made homestead entry No. 012255, and
on Aug. 28, 19'4 made addl. Homestead entry
No. 014765 for Lots 1,2, and sfsncf-4 Sec. 5, Tp.
33 s. R. 42 W. and scVs Sectiin -2.
Township. 325. Range 42 W., 6th Principal
meridian has filed notice of intention to make
3 year proof to establish claim to the land
abive described, before The County Judge,
at his office in Springfield. Colorado, on the 24th j
day of Jan.. 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
A. M Cortner, Walter Thomas, John Wren,
William Lee, all of Wentworth, Colo.
A. L. BEAVERS Register.
NOTICE FOlt PUBLICATION
Publisher
Department of the Interior
U« S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo., Nov. 16,1913
Notice is hereoy given that George B. Williams
of Baker Colo., who on March >9, 1911, made
Hd.entry No 09-*B4 for Lot*. 5A 8, n':«wJ« Sec.
17. L0t5j21.34. 2». 15, 17, 20, i Sec 18. T.
84 sßange 41W.', 6th Principal Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make « year proof
to establish claim to the land above described, be* ]
fore Silas E. Speckmanu. U. S. Com at his office j
Springfield. Colo., on the ltth day of Jan., 191". |
Claimant names as witnesses. J
D. E.Sitton.Chas Sitton, Both of Wentworth, .
Colo. Frank R. s treetcr <•[ Lamport, Colo. Walter
Parkins, of Baker, Colo. !
A. L. BEAVERS REGISTER
NOTICE OF CONTEST
(For Publication)
DEPARTMENT OF TIIE INTERIOR
United States I-and Office.
Lamar Colorado,
Dec. 13. 1915.
To Rhcubcn R. Flood of Plains, Kar.s, Con
testec.
You are hereby notified that William N. Richard
son who gives Good well Oklahoma., as his P. O.
address did on Nov. 11, 1915, file in this office
l.is duly corroborated app'ication to contest and
secure the co»ceilation of your homestead entry
No Serial No. 016918 made April. 12 1915, I
for lots 5.6, 7, 8. s Vine 1 4 & sSnw', Sec., 3 T. 33
Mange 49 w, 6th principal meridian, and as J
grounds for his contest he alleges that
Rheuben R. Flood has wholly abandoned the said
land; has never established resio-encc since date
of entry and has wholly failed to improve the
same, and that all of the said dcfuultscontinue to
the present date.
You are. therefore, further notified that the
said allegations will be taken as confessed, and
your said entry wifi be cancelled without fur
thur right t°be heard, either before this office "r
on appeal if Volt fail to file In this office within
twenty day" after the FOURTH publication of
this notice, «■ Rh"wn below, your answer, un- .
der oath, specifically responding to these allega
tions of contest, together with due proof that
you have served a copy of your answer on the
said contestant either in person or by registeied
m«il.
Y»u should state in your answer the name of .
the postoffice to which you desire future notices
to be sent to you
A. L. BEAVERS, Register.
R. J. McGRATH Receiver.
Date of first publication Dec. 17 1915.
Dateof second publication “ 24. 1915.
Date of third publication Dec. 31, 1315
Date of fourth publication Jan 7.1916.
NOTICE of CONTEST
!For publication)
tKTMENT OF TIIE INTERIOR,
United States Land Office
Lamar Colorado. Dec. 13, 1916.
\ . William C. Smith of Two Butte*. Colorado.
Ccnte&tee: t
You are hereby notified that Roger C. Smit-’
who gives Chancy Oklahoma, as his post
office address, did on Nov. H. 1915, file in
this office his duly corroborated aoplicatlon to
contest and secure the cancellation of your
homestead entry Serial No. 016673 made March
31. 1915, for the n' j of Sec. 10 i
Twp. 30 S. R. 48 W. 6th P. M., and as
grounds for hi" contest he alleges that said I
William C. Smith has wholly abandoned the said ,
land: has never established residence since date,
of entry and ha* wholly fai'ed to improve the ,
name and that all of the said default* continue tc i
the present dstr. \
You are, therefore, further notified that the
said allegations will betaken as confessed aid j
your said entry will be canceled without further
right to be heard, either before this office or on
appeal, if you fail to file In this office witn'n
twenty days after the FOURTH publication <•«
this notice, as shown below, your answer, un
der oath, specifically responding to these allega
tions of contest, together with due proof that
you have served a copy of your answer on the
aaid contestant cither in person or by registered
mail
You should ►tnte i" your siiswcr the name of
the post office .o which you desire future notice"
to be sent -» you-
A. L. BEAVERS. Register
R. J. McGRATH, Receiver
Date of first publication. Doc. 17, 1916.
” ” second " 21 • ,9,J
-•• •• third - Dec. 31. 1915
>• •• fourth Jan. 7. 1916
NOTICE of CONTEST
(F<'r Publication)
Department of tv Interior
Uuitod States d OMci
Lamar, Colo.
November 19. 19!5.
To Marquis D. Crisler of. Pueblo, Colo. Con
test e-
You ure hereby notified that Jessie Cooper
who give.! Richards. C-*lo.. us his pestolfice ad
dress. did on November 19. 19 6. file in this •'Xflce
his dub corroborated application to c>'nteet and
secure the cancellation *'f vour homestead Entry
no. Serial No OlOrOl made May 2nd 1911.
for Lol6. 18 of Section 12, and Lots 4,5, 6, 17,
and l’ l of Sec. 21 T. 33 a., R. 44 w., 6th P, M.
and as grounds f*’r Ills contest ho allege 4 that
said Rarquia D. Cri der h s wholly abandoned said
land; that h“ lias failed to resiJo upon, cultivate
or improve any portion thereof for more than
three voi-rs last past; that there are no evidences
upon same indicu'ing that he ever established
I residence upon or improved saino; that all of said
| defaults exist to tliip date.
I You ar l therefore, further notified that the
I said allegations will be taken as confessed, and
l your said entry will b'* cancelled without further
i jght to be htard. either be’ore this office or on
I 100601 If you fail to file in t' ls office within
twenty days after th t FOURTH publication
thinuntlce. an shown below, your answ r, under
oath- spccifioalv respond in g to these
al'egatiotiß of centear. together
with due proof that veu have served a cop,
vour answer on the raid contestant either In
per**on or by regisierod mail.
You hliohUl atnto In your answer the name of
the post office to hich you desire future "otic's
to I>e sent to yon.
A. L. BEAVERS Register.
R. J. MCGRATH RCc iver.
Date of first p'llilic i'i n D e. 10 19!fi
seroni " *• 17 1915
third *' " 24 1915
fourth “ “ 3' 1915
NOTICE For; PUBLICATION.
(Publisher)
Department of , Interior
U. B. r " n 'l Cffilce at Lamar. Colors I
I Nov. 16., 191 f.
Notice is hereby given ihm Ire Creathoas
lof Rodlcy, Colo., who, on Doc.. 15. 1910. mad«
homestead entry No 09367. n See, 21 Twp.
S 3 S, R. 45 6th I’iincipal Meridian
has- filed notice of intention to make five
year proof to establish claim to the land abovr
described. l»oforo Silns E. Spcclcmann. U.S. Com.
at his offico at Springfield. Colo., on the 17th day
of Jan. 1916,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Zeal Norton, Raymond I. Green, Charles W,
Lawyer, all of Rodlcy, Colo, Linn A. Davis, of
1 umpo, Colo.
A. L. BEAVERS. Regis***'.
NOTICE FOR PUBICATION.
(Publisher)
Department of tho Interior
U. 8. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado. ’
Nov. 16, 1915
Notice ’a hereby given that Edward B. Shire,
man of Rodlcy. Colo., who on Jan.. 5 1911,
made homestead entry No. 09610 for
east ‘i Section 18 Township 3.3 s. Range 44
W. 6th Principal Meridian has filed notice of
intention to make three year proof to establish
claim to tho land above described before
SilcsE. Speckmanu, U. Com- at this office at
Snringfield, Colorado, on the 18th day of Jan.,
1316.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Orval Hines D. E. Newton, George Johnson; 1
D. C. Byrd, nil of Richards. Colo.
A. L.BEAVERS. Register
NOTICE OF CONTEST
(For Publication)
department of the interior
Unitod St.-;.ot I nnd Office. |
| **“ I.nmgr, Colo., Dee. 13, 1915. '
I T<* Wlet Ridgway of Wichita. Kans., Contestee: |
I You are hereby noticed that William C. Calhcun 1
| wh** gives Okl ihoma. as his P. O. a
I <!ress.did o n Nov.ll. 1915 file In this office h>a duly
corroborated application tc contest and se
| cure the cancellation of your homestead Entry
Serial No. 012252 made Nov. 25. 1912, for W‘,4
Section 20. Townspip 3:' south Range 47
west, 6th principal meridian and as grounds for
tis contest he alleges that Wjet Ridgway |
has whollv abandoned the said land: has never es- I
tahlished residence date of entry and has failed 1
to improve the same and that all of the said de- I
fuults continue to the present date. |
You arc therefore further notified that the 1
said allegation 4 will be taken as confessed and I
your said entry will be canceled without further
right to l>e heard either beforo this office or on
appeal if you fail to file in this office within
twenty days alter tho FOURTH publication of
this notice 1 nn shown below, your answer under
oath specifically responding to these allegations
o f contest together with due proof that you
have served a copy of your answer on the said
contestant either in person or by registered mail.
You should state in your answer the name of
the postoffice to which you desire future notices
to be sent to yon.
A. L. BEAVERS. Register
It. J. McGRATH Receiver.
Dale of first publication Dec. 17, 1915
“ second “ “ 2 4 **
1 “ third " Dec. 31. ’’
fourth ” Jan. 7. 19lG
NOTICK FOF PUBLICATION
f Publisher.)
Department of the Interior
Land Office at I.Hinnr. Colorado
Nov. 20, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that A Ison V. Davidson 1
f < ampn. Colo., who on Oct. 27 1914, made
"omestcad entry, No. 015166 for Sec-|
lion 2, Township 34 South- Range 46 w«st
j "th P- M. has filed notice of intention to make
commutation proof to establish claim to the land
xUivedescribed before T. Eldon Allen. 1 ounty
Judge at Springfield, Colorado, on ihe
15th day of Jan., 1916.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
A. It. Clements. C. H. Wheeler. C. S.Perkins,
Tom Schalup all of Campo, Coin.
A. L. BEAVERS. Register
NOTICE OF CONTEST
(For Publication)
Department of the Interior,
United States Und Office
Lamar- Colo. De l '. 13, 1915
To Vern L. Alvord of Canton. Okla. and Cani|K>,
l 010. C 'ntestee. You are
hereby notified that '' altar Farrell Richardson
who gives Coed well. Oklahoma as his
postoffice address• did cn Nov. 11 th• 191-’» file In
this office h's duly «o r r<>! orated application »o
• contest and Secure the cancellation of your home
-1 stead Entry N<>. .- Sc ini No. 016748 made
I Al’r 3rd, 1915. for soulh ha'f (*' ■_■' Sec. *. Town
ship 33 s,. Range 4s* w,. 6th principal merl lian.
• and aa grounds for his contest he alleges that
| Vern I. Alvord has wholly almndoned Ihe said
• land; has never established residcuce since date
lofon 1 ry end wholly failed to improve Ihe same
and that all of the said defaults continue to the
present date.
• You are. therefore, further notified that the
said allegations will bo taken as confessed, "nd
yotir said entry will be canceled w about
further 1 ight to be heard, either L' fore this o'tice
oron apeid ii you fail to file in this offi 'e within
•wenty days after the FOURTH publics.ion cl
this notices ns shown below, your answer, under
oath. Specifically rosnond ng t<> these allega
tions of contest, together with due p'tof th»t
you have served a copy of your answer on tho
snld contest >nt either in persen or by regittered
m»»I.
You should state in ycur answer the name of
the p«.stoffiirc t ■ n hich you desire future notices
to be sent to you.
A. I . ISEA\ ERS Register.
K. J. McGRATH Receiver.
D-*te of first publication Dee 17, 1913
tecond ** 21
third Dee. 31. 1915
fourth Jan. 7,1916.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured l
With LOCAL# APPLICATIONS, as they
rannot reach the seat of tho disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional dlseaso,
and In order to euro It you must tako In
ternal remedies. Hall’s Catarrh Curo Is
taken internally, and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall’s
Catarrh Curo Is not a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of tho best phy
sicians in this country for years and Is
m regular prescription. It Is composed of
Ke best tonics known, combined with tho
st blood purifiers, acting directly on tho ,
mucous surfaces. The perfect comblnn- .
tlon of the two Ingredients Is what pro- |
duces such wonderful results In curing l
catarrh. Send f-r testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.. Toledo. O,
Bold by Druggists, price 75c.
Take Ball’s Family Pills for conaUsatloa.
|| GEO. L. HALL Jjj
| LA/WYIELEU b
| Sprlngtlsld, Colorado. g
I™ F. M. NASON 1C nsus. j
BUYS and SELLS
Baca County Lands. Send legal dc- 11
scriptions and best prices and terms in II
first letter. 11
a ■—Ji
Or. E. C. McMillan
PHYSICIAN ami SURGEON
7 miles west and 3? 2 miles north of Campo, Colo.
I No calls answered at night unless culled for and
I returned in comfortable conveyance.
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WORKED IN THE HAY FIELD
Arthur Jones. Allen, Ka"s.. writes: ”1 have
been troubled with bradder and Kidney troubles
for a good many years- If it were not for Foley
Kidney Pills I would never be able to work in the j
hay field-" Men and women past middle age find
the pills a splended remedy for week. Over work-j
ed or deseased kidneys.
rosTOFKicE Drug Stork 1
r
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W. C. Allen, Bosles. Mo., says: "1 have raised a j 1
family of four children and used Foley's Honey j :
ank Tar w’th all of them. 1 fink it the best cough 11
and croup medicine I ever used. Iy*cd it yor J <
eight or ten yeass and can recommend it 'or 1
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for couphs and colds. <
POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE c
SEERVOB THE RWANING
A cold that promises to "hang On nil winter" is
I to be dreaded. Prompt action should be taken at (
the first warning of a colds sneezing, chillness, f
slight shivering. Foley's Honey und Tar makes
quick work of coughs, colds and croup. It clears
air passages stops coughing, cases difficult .
breathing.
PORT OFFICE DRUG STORK.
] Want to buy a Tew deeded |,
quarters with good titles. Have |
eastern land to trade for Baca
county land.
J. P. Ballard, Plains, Kans.
j Syracuse
to Stonington.
Auto Hack Tri-Weekly
Leaves yracuse
Mon Wed Fri 9 a 1]
I Leave Stonington
TueThurSat 6a, I
Ford @rittenden
Syracuse Kans
AUTOES ON CREDIT n
| goarunt’d one year |
B IS3 DIFFERENT MJIKES g
i Rebuilt and New |
b® 10. ¥. £irl)rlbrrijrr m
Camar (Snlorabn ngS
NOTICE OF CONTEST
(For Publication)
Department of the Interior
United States Land office
Lamar, Colorado, Dec 16. 1 10.
I To Don C. Ilrnnnor o, Springfield. Color .J..
Contestee. . . „
You are hereby notified that Charles B. Johns m
who gives Greensburg. Kans.. ns his I -
Hddrr3-. did oo Nor. 16.
olHce hi, dul> rorrobor.U-1 .pplic.llOD to cor, |
test and eocurc the cancellation ot s '’
,teftd coir, .erial No. OMd made M»> l«h. _
1999, for n'a- ne' i Sec. 14 an<l n jnw i V M ,
Township 30 ... lunn-e « W. «1, Vr nepa! «»|
Hi»n, and as grounds for h.s contest he a legt
that Dan C. Branner has wholly abandoned bap
y' , establisbed residence since date
rem““d >.r. wL.lv failed to improve .ho
;.ma lad that all of «« -aid dcfaoU. «»«■»«“ *»
farther aotlllrd that the
..Id allegation, will be taken a. eoatered. an
fourth
tion of thia notice, as * h
oath, specifically rc
’poadia*g" S ''"' these allega.ina,
together with due ..roof that >»“ ha,
COP, of year aa.wer on the ~t
in perton or by regiat* red ma 1. ,
YOU .hould State in your answer » " - “
the poatalhoe to which you desira future a
tobe-nttoyou. ,
It. J. McGrath. Receiver
Dateof first publication Dec. 24. •
" second
third " J—.. ’•
• fourth
Estray Advertisement
Notice is hereby given that to w h-m t m 1
concern that th- following ‘"■.cr.lw.l
wa, taken up near SpringlWH Cot.nty .
Tolo.on o r about Dae, 12. 1915. Towt.
One sorrel tnarc ,h..n. 12 y cars old. » • whtah .
IC.mlb,. gentle hrnndnlMlM'.'" ' ui'.l 'a.
Indistinct brand on k
mal being unknown to this Roatd unity r U m .
by mu ont»r before January - ™>
Will be Ktld by flia Board fur tbr b nrftt ■ f th
STATEBOARUOF STOCK INSPECTION COM
MISSIONERS
DKXYKK. COLORADO.
I
LAND
Tax Titles
Trusl Deeds
Wanted
Geo. B. Cones, ftbade, Kans.
Y -I
-t THOi’l \M & HORN |
LAND ATTORNEYS $
j Contesting a Specialty 4
j Lamar, Colo. j
notice OF contest
I *' publication)
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office
Lamar, Colorado.,
December. 8, 1915.
To James C. Murray of I.as Animas, Colo., Con
trstce:
You are hereby .tTied that Aarf>n Briggs
who gives Vu.'.oy, Colo., ns his postoffice
address did o n Oct. 20, 1916, file in this office
his duly corroborated application to contoHt
nnd tcuro the cancellation of your 11. E.
No. 6«M9. serial N". t'GUO made Sept. 16, 1909,
toro'is'u Bee M. tnwiuhip 29 s, range 50 w, Cth
rinclpal meridian, and as grounds for his ron
| tett he allegec that f .iLI James C. Murray has
fuiledtocstal.lt ‘i a re : leiice on the s:>?d land;
that he has wind . abandoned tl.c same and hsa
failed to cultivate- improve the munc in any
manner and Hint all these defaults continue to
this date,
You arc. theref further notified that the
said allegations v. : • taken us confess-1 an«l
your said entry v. i" I < an--, k-d without further
right to be beard, cither before this ofilc*
oron appeal, if a i f..i| p. file In this office within
twenty «M'H after H,e FOUItTII publication of
thif notice.a:) :I. m n bc‘ow,your answer, under
oath,specifically responding to these allegations
of contest, togetli. r with due pro"f that you
have served n copy of your answer on tlir said
contestant either in person of by registered mail.
You should ht. t.- in your answer the name of
the post 0111,. which you desire future
notices to b'-‘ sent l<• vou.
A. i . BEAVERS Register
It. J. McGrath. Receiver
I 'ute of first public H.an Dec. 17th, 1915
Dateof second publication Dec. 24th, 1915
Date of third publication Dec. Ith. 1915
DuU; of fourth publication Jnn. 7th, I9l(j
Johnnie Huston anti William
Thompson were visitors in the
city lo^a.v.
PUBLIC zm
I will sell at PUBLIC AUC J lON at the Woolley ranch about 4 miles north
west of Stonington, the following described property, belonging to the estate of Dan
iel Woolley deceased.
jap. 6 THURSDAY, |9|6
50 HEAD of STOCK 50
Also ilt Hit* 1 f
| j 1 \ the fo lowing property
\ ! Two Year Old Steer«. • -r. ./^j
\ir 9 One Y**ar Oid Stct*rs. WtSh j.?jb
lO Cow- an.! Keifeis.
Horses
TERMS. Six months time will Ire given with notes approved secured bearing 10
p i ' cut interest and 5 percent off for cash. No roperty to be removed til set led for
•H:? W. A. THOMPSON, auc.
raaßraa Qffldl
Qaaoefe gaOtefl'
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results in Headaches,
Backaches and other
Aches, and also weak- ™
ens the Nerves.
DR. MILES’
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Nerves, or Pain, while
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Dr. Miles’ "I used to suffer a great deal I II
, #T> , , with lumbago in «ny shoulders
Heart Treatment
Pills and I am only too glad to
is very helpful when
the Heart is overtaxed. f a T..,Vat'
IF FIRST BOX. OR BOTTLE, claimed tlw JdlI ■ *
FAILS TO BENEFIT VOU YOUR 0010.
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
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Then you realize the utter weakness
that robs ambition, destroys appetite,
and makes work a burden.
To restore that strength and stamina that
is so essential, nothing has ever equaled
or compared with Scott’s Emulsion, be
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energy throughout the body while its tonic
value sharpens the appetite and restore*
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If you are run down, tired, nervona*
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...THE AUCTIONEER...
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Arrange with the First State Bank of Springfield or write Me
RODLEY, COLORADO
Wo now i avo newForils in
-tnck and can sell and deliver
the same day.
Denney Bros.
cS— Surinfifield
For Sale
100 acres near Pprincfield, $S00;
160 near old Brookfield, 5640.
Warrantee deed. Beats pro-ii:k
| up. B. E. Park,
I dO-3 Tracy, loa.
Leo Km x \v:is in tha county
Beat Wed: C'dM.v.
Jesse Harrison > a county
S6ab visitor W. dm dny.
Capt. VanorsdiV's daughter,
Mrs. Mai y E. Giit.u-t of Denve--
Colo., iini! ler daugi ter, Mr*
Clyde R. M rt and f mily of Llk
northeast i r of »!:■ state, an
here visitii g the Var.ovsdols anc
Other iriends.
Notice the ad. of Att’y Hall ir
this issue of the Hoal<l. Afcfc'y
Hv II has worked himself into ;i
fine practice ir. the short time he
has been hot e, which is only si
natural consequence of his twen
ly years exp- rieneo at the bar.
Mr. Hall's headquarters is-now
at the Wagner hotel.
J. D. Graham and Ed Drue,
held in nnnection with - th< j
-Valker hoi s found at Kansas
City, ha-l their pr liminAry he*
tore Justice Jon s at Storiington
Tuesday. 'The court held the
evidence to be insufficient for
binding over t-> district court,
md Lhe pirti w< rc
ly discharged. A tt’y Alberti ap
peared for state and Att y Hal
for the d'-l" t*i .
N©TieH
Of the auuual liuelihg of the
Springfield-Lama r 'T-do phone Co.
Springfield, (’o'o.
Tlie iirmual meeting of
sleek’holders of : • •>’: u-gfield*
Lamar Telephone (’ompinv, for
the purpose of elect in v' fiv di
rectors of said Company, a d fo»
the transaciion of stu b othf »
business as may he necessary
will be held at the Court Hour*
in Spring!, Id. J;r ti iry 10, ISMC
at 1 oYk i k . in
If You cimn.t !»r presen
please BE SUI»’E to fill out th
enclosod p --xy and forward it
t : me for tin* meeting.
E. ICM 101 vSON, Pres.
K E 00 KICK, Sec'}
Treasu oi

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