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Elkhart, Kansas M&i All kinds of Building <aw lyjgg a(en:d. > olorado gam |3p lami] > ami Nut Coal. PP» Inin 1 ' rlland Cement jag] <3jHE twfib Miiini'sota ('il and MBg M| ainls. sR || ©ur aim Is to please | CORN GAN (EL WHEAT ILK. ELLIS .he Live Wire Insurance ~gent Representing The Home of New York " “ Cov. ring Gem- al Farm Insur a.ice, -Imil, tire, farm I! buildings, live stock, and all kinds of crops. THE ST. PAUL OF MiMIESGYA covering damage W or loss of crops by bail. These Jompani. s are time tried and ab- I •Si* ’4r Boluteiy reliable. Phone or write. 4M& _ 2fL I will be pleased to Call. SEoiimgton, 6010. MAIZE BROOWIGORN FETERITA Vm£%'r " -■/.i.t'naaociMMMMM CWO ULftCKSMITH SHOP 1 Prepared to d > all kinds of Woodwork and PMsmiiMi '*■? G. W. Petty, * Campo J " CITY LIVERY BARN TL-A JVIJLK,, COLO. Horse and Auto Livery B oft S?DIN<3 © R ES, Our Specialty, 0. EWOOO, Pl °p- SPK!XB ’ Bid) BLACKSMITH SHOP liFrR iHLGLijiMLiES.PfiOP. Prepared lo do all kinds of work Good Work Reasonable Prices For Ranches, Farm Lands, Homes i: ead Re! inquish ments and Surveying __ See -~r-j J ll TERRAL Office ir« i . r First State Bank B. 0:. Morton P i. 1 THE AUCTIONEER... That Get- the Money for You $g- Arrange with tlr Flir-r State Bank 1 r Springfield or write Me RODLEY, COLORADO Syracuse to Stonington. Auto Hack Tri-Weekly (.eaves Syracuse Mon Wed Fri 9 a. ill. Leave Stonington Tue Thur Sat 6a. Hi. Ford Crittenden ) Syracuse Kans LAND Want to buy a few deedej quarters with good titles. Have < •astern land to trade for Baca I county land. | J. P. Ballard, Plains, Kans. t I GEO. L. HALL 1 1 LAWYER | | Springfield, Colorado. 1 lr —"** "i F. M. NASON anoaa. II I BUYS and SELLS Baca County Lando. Send legal do- | ecriptiona and best price* and terma in first letter. 1 L -ft -T=J Dr. E. C. McMillan I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I 7 miles west and o' 3 miles north of Campo, Colo. | No calls answered at night unless called for and returned in comfortable conveyance. tT ' a7lg " jr J.T. NICHOLSON "I ailfl Surgeoni |j Stonington, Colo. |i 1— , „ l| • REWARD $500.00 Whereas certain and numerous par ties have been killing animals belong ng to The Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd., some J for the purpose of selling th - meat, others for the purpose of ofc taming 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 lead to the conviction of each and every guilty person. All animals belonging to The Prairie Cattle Co.. Ltd.are branded JJ on left hip, and all information should be given to H. G. Glazbrook, Manager Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd., Hig- H igbee, Cclo. Adv NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. (Publisher) Department of the Interior (J. 8. (.and Office at Lamar. Uoloradc Fob. 28 1916. Notice is hereby given that Leonard F. Loar of Springfield. Colo,, who on Oct. 14. 1911. made homestead entry No 011165. for Lots 6, G, 7, 8. a 1 - no 1 --*- sHnwS Sec, 3T.335.R. 46 w. 6th P. M., hat- filed notice of intention to make final three yeur proof to establish claim to the land above desc>lbed. before Silas E. Speckmann, U. S. Com. at his office at £pnngfield. Goto., on the 27 th day of Apr., 1916 Claimant names as witnesses: William Mines. Sam Mowcry. Elbert H. Sawy ers. Can •'•mith. all of -pringficld- Colo. A. L. BEAVERS. Register j NOTICE FOR PUBICATION Publisher Department of tiic Interior, U. S. and office Lamar, Colo., Mar. S2nd 1916. Notice is hereby given that Otto Smith of Soringlleld Colo., who on Apr. 23. 1913, made ILE.No 012969 rs'j of Sec. 12, T. :'2S.R. 47 W 6th P. M. has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land a bove described, before Sl'as E- Speckmann U. S. Com. at Springfield. Colorado, on the i7thdayof May. 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Floyd Nelson, Roy C. Zirkle, Ed Mosotcrger W, F. Wagner,all of Springfictd. Colo. A L. BEAVERS. Kogistcr. Notice Fob tublicution Department of the Interior.. U. S. Lund Office at Lamar. Colo.. Mar. 2. 1916. Notice is hereby given that Arthur Waldron •Stonington Colo. who. on March 8. 1911. made Homestead Entry No. 09325. for xi 1 - (North-half) Sec. 22 Township I*l S. K 43 W. 6th Principal Meridian, has filed ncll-«? of inten tion to make Five year proof, to establish claim to the land above before Sdas E. Speckmann, U *?. C mmissioner Springfield. Colo., on the Ist day of May 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Frank Oakes. Rob-rt E. Wooley. Char, Stoner. Ed. Caddick. nil of stonington. • olorado- A. L. BEAVERS, Register. Notice for Pubicalon (Publisher.) Department of the Interior U. S. Land Offieat Lamar, Colorado Feb. 28. 1916.. Notie is hereby given that Harry E. Hartman of Rodley. Colo., who, on Sept. 23. 1912. made J Hoxr.satead entry No. 012044) for e‘ - See. 7, T. 33 S.. R. 4-"> W., 6th Prin, Mer. has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above described before Silas E. Speckmann U. S. Com. Spring field. Colo., on the 2Sth day of April, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses Charles Smith. L-11. Casteel. G. Ballou. W. R. Doll, all of Rod ley. Colo. A. L. BEAVERS. Register notice for Publication. (Publisher) Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office, Lamar, Colorado Mar.. 14. H'l6 Notice is hereby given that Grover V. Wilson of Springfield. Colorado, who on Nov. 20. I'M2 made Homestead Entry No. 012271 lot- 7. 8 eliiwl, mill so 1 , see. 18 T. 3-* *. R. 46 w. 6th Prin. Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make three yoar proof to cutublish claim to the land above described before Silas E. Speck mann U.S. Com. at Springfield. Colorado, on th*- 18th day of May, 1916. Claimant nain<--, an witnesses; O. K. I laden. Kilty Howard George OrndorlT, B. C. Swingley all of Springfield, Colo. A L. BEAVERS. Register. | j Nottck for Publication Department of the Interior I U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Cole | Mar. *.4. MG. , Notie is her**hy given that Henry Harlow •»f Stonington. Colo., who on December I 13. 1910, made homestead entry No. 09207 for Lots 8, 10 23. 21, 26. nwisw*, Sec. 10 lot 16 NEqSEI.*, 1 .*, and W \ JSE 1 1 Section 9 Township. <! S. R. 4 2 west «»th P. M. has file*; Notie of Intention to make thrue year proof to establish claim to the land abovo described, be fore Silas E. Spockman U. S. Com at Sprim ficld Colorado, on the Uth day of May 1916. Claimant names a . witness* s Arthur W. Shorrork. Willie Semmonb. Charles McGdl. H. O. Miller. all of Stonington. * 010, A. L. HEAVERS Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Depbrtment ok the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo., Mar 14. 1916, Notice is hereby given that Carrie A. s utfln of Elkhart, Kans., who on kiept. 3, 101—. made Homestead entry. No. 011950 for S' . Section 1* Township 3*» S.. Range 12 W.. 6tli Principal Me ridian. has filed nutii-u of intention to make Thrw year Proof, to cstuhlish claim to the land above described, before Silas E. Sp-ckman L'. S. Com. at Springfield, Colo., on the 18th day of May 1916. Claimant names us witnesses. Emma H. Baker, Richard M. Fowler, R. O, Kel ly, D. W, Richards, all of Elkhart, Kans., K. 1. A. L. BEAVERS. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Puhllblien •epai tiueiil of the Inturioi United states Land Office Lam.ir. Colorado Feb 28, 1916. Notice is hereby given that Harry Laßlanchc of Springfield, Colo., who on Mar. 19, 1913. made hcm-*atcnd entry No. ((12749 for s'a (south-half) So r t on 11. Township. 33 south Range 4S WoU, 6th Principal . meridian has filed notice of i mention to make • 3 year proof, to establish claim to the lan- Inb iva described, before Silas E. Spcckmnnn U. S. Com. atT Springfield. Colorado, on the 28th day of Apr., 1916. ' Claimant names as witnesses: HarveyS. Mason. Claude E. Russell, Harry E. B sley, Joseph T. Edlcr, all of FpringficUl, 010. A. L. BEAVERS Register. NOTICE I-"R PUBLIi’ ATION Publisher ilepurtment of the Interior U S. Land Office ut Lamar- C'*|o-- Feb. 28. 191" Notire is hereby given that Arthur E. Clark of Radley. Colo., who on Jan. 30. 1912. made Hd. entry -No- 011895 N'j See. P- Township I 33 s Range 45 W • .6th Principal Meridian, li:ib tiled ; notice of Intention to mnk<- year proof | establish dßm trfVJlc- land above dcscribod, hu -1 fore Silas e. Speckmann. U. S. Corn at his office I Springfield, Colo., on the 23th day of Apr., 1916, . Claimant names as witnesses. ' William It Doll, Charlea Smith, H. K. Hartmcn. | Itovort S. Scales, all of Rodley. Colo. : A. L. BEAVERS REGISTER NOTICE FOl : publication (Publisher.) Department of tin* Interior Land Office at Lamar. Colorado Feb. 9, 1916 Notice j* hereby given that Levi P. Stal ford of Baker. Colo., who on Apr 20. 1911. made Homestead, entry, No. 010381 for Lott 6. 10. 12, 14. 17. bo •«n'W , 4 and niiowL of 13. lot 21. Sec. 14, Township 34 South- Range 42 w«st I 6th P- M. hHs filed notice of intention to make Three year proof to establish claim to the land 1 abovedescrilied beforo >ilas E Speckmann U.S. 1 Com. at Springfield. Colorado, on the | Sthday of April., 191 c. Claimant names as witnesses: C. B. Wait. John W. Anderson, both of Lam port, Colo. Charlie Baker, J. E. Sanders, both of Baker, Colo. A. L. BEAVERS. Register NOTICE FOR PUB ICATIUN. ■ Publisher) . Department of the Interior 1 U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado. Feb. 28, 19.6 Notice *s hereby given that Wiliam Hince. of Springfield. Colo., who on July. 11 191'-. made homestead entry No. 0U37 for s‘i Section 28 Township 32 South Range ifi W. 6th Principal Meridian has filed notice of intention to make thu-c year proof to establish I claim to the land abovo described before | Silas E. Speckmann, U. 8. Com- at his office at Springfield, Colorado, on the 27thday of Apr.. 1916. Claimant names as witnesses. L. B. Lcwellieg. Clius u Pratt, 1 . F. Loar, Sam Mowcry, all of Springfield. Colorado, | A. L.BEAVERS, Register NOTIC OF COTEST 4For publication l DPARTMNT of the InTRIOR Uni led Statel Land Office. Igxatar, Colo., Mar. 10. 1916. To Jesse J. Fenley of Richards. Colo.. Contcs'cc You->re hereby notificl that James Moor «• who gives Richards. CoUrado, as his P. ". | dress.did on Mur. 3, 191*1 file in this dice h'sduly corroborated application tc contest ami re cure the cancellation of your home-*tcad Entry ' 3orial No. 013992 made IVb. 7.1 •(. for h•- | 8,c 1 55w , 4 sc ; Sec.7. Town. "1 south R-'nge 4 1 ‘l west, Cth principal meridian and S 9 grounds for t.is contest he alleges that Jesse J Fi-lcy 1 lias wh°lly abandoned the said land: has never es tablished reatdenCe since d.itc of entry and baa wholly failea to improve the same an ' that all of , of the said defaults continue to the present date. You are th**ref(>r*> further notified tlia' tin said allegation-will be taken a: conf—-seif and your said entry will be cancek-d wi-bout furthei right to l>e luardeither betore this olhee i.r , • ' appo«l if you fall to tile in this office w ithi . | twenty days a 1 ter tho FOURTH publication of this notice u .diown bclo-.v, your answer under oath specifically responding lo th> s.- allegation of contest together witli due proof that you have served u copy of your answer on the said C< ntestant lither in person or by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name of the postoffice to which you desire future notice to be sent to yon. A. L. BEAVEIiS, Register R. J. McGRATII Receiver. Dale of first publication Mar. 17. 19)6 " second *' ** '-'( ** third 31. " fourth ” Apr. 7. 19>6 ASM lk^<*)Q<2ljiXs>2 _ Pain and 111 Health V M 'Mtl M Tt~ r °b you of all your ft dr. miles* tlßl ANTI-PAIN PILLS TJPgWIP quickly relieve Pain, but Or at the same time, when severe headache. over-work or nervousness -i onco had k»ih» jc the cause. headaches anl feared La 9 Grippe. I could not at- Wfils»«* tend to my work. I tedk “ Pi„fa,fd'u,' 0 A pl Restorative Nervine was quickly gone. Then N:nr,“tS;. Should be used to relieve vanished completely and ffiA r»aifCP I felt well and active ll,c once more.’- |F FIRST BO X, OR BOTTLE. FAILS “££ TO BENEF.T YOU. YOUR MOREY I , ■ WILL BE REFUNDED. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher.) Department of the Interim U. S. Land Office at Lamar Colo l.amnr, <’•dorado. Mar. 14 19J*»« Notice is hereby Riven that Frank A. Smith of Sp' inßfield . Colo., who on Auk. 1, lO?, * made lid. entrV No. 011800 for lot» 30 and * 32, Sec, 8. Lot 6. of See. 16, nHneVL ( bw' inc'^, sc'tnwM. Lot* I and 8 of section *7. j T. 31 S.. R 46 "’.6th P. M„ has filed notice of j intention'to make 3 year proof to eßtablinh claitT to the land above describod, liefore Silas E. Sperkmunn U. S. Com. Sprirßlield. Colorado, on the ITutday of May, 1910. Claimant ne.moß as witneaaea: W. w. Geer. Elbert Jefc' at. J. E. Waddilf " lUiam F. Mills, all of Springfield. Colo. A. L. BEAVHS Reglt* r. NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS. on tha Ist day of November. 1888. Enos 11. llold' fniin. of theenunty of Lai* Animas, and state °f t oioradao, cxccucod and delivered t° ''Vnrgo W. Toms Truntw. his certain trut-t deed, thereafter recorded in the oflicc of the county clerk and recorder of Las AnimaH county, Colo rado, on the 1.1 day of Novcml>cr, 1888. in Book M. at page 81, that Ixiing the county where raid land was then situated, whereby he conveyed to the said GeorßC W. Toms. Trustee, the Northeast 1 quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the West One-Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section sev en (71. and the Northwest Quarter of the North east Quarter of Section eighteen, all in Township Twenty-nine (29) south. Range Forty-flvct4s) West of the6th principal meridian in said Baca county. Colorado, for the puri>o*c of securinß his ton (10) promissory note* in the sum of seven dol lars each, together with the interest thereon: and. WHEREAS, It is provided in said trust deed that in the case'of the death of the said George W. Toins* the legal holder of said notes may ap point any other person trustee instead of the eiid George W. Toms; and, WIIEKEAS, Theeaid George W. Toms is de»d: and, WHREAS. The legal holder of said notes hus substituted the undersigned as trustee in place of the said George W. Toms: and. WHEKEA"-It is provided In said trust deed tli i in case of default in the payment of said notes and the interest thereon the said trustee, or the person s'* appointed by the legal holder of 1 said notes, shall sell such property to the highest j and best bidder for cash at the Trcmont street 1 door of the courthouse in the city of Denver and | state of Colorado after giving thirti days public j notice of the time, terms and I place of said sale of thei property I to be sold by advertisement Published in eome newspaper published in the county where thepro -1 perty is situated: and. WHEREAS, Said property is now situated in Baca county, Colorado; and. WHEREAS, Default has been made in the. payment of said notes and iutcrcst thereon: and, WHEREAS, the legal holder of raid notes has requested the undersigned to advertiso and sell said land under the terms of said trust deed: NOW. THEREFORE. Public notice iu hereby given that I will, on Saturday, tho 13th day of May. A. D 1916. at tho Trcmont street door of the courthouse in the city and county of Denver and state of Colorado, proceed to sell said land at pub lic auction to the highest and best bidder for cash at lhe hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of satisfying said notes and the interest thereon and the costs and expense of executing this trust. Dated this 29th day of March. A. D- 1916 JOHN F. MAI C, Substituted Trustee. Notice of Trustee's Sale WHEREAS. On the Jlst da.V of July. A. D. 1889 William 11. Beal and Rebecca J. Beal, his wife of tin; county of Baca and state of Colorado, execu ted ami delivered to George W. Toms, trustee his certain trust deed, thereafter recorded in the oflicc of the county clerk and recorder of Baca county. Colorado, in book 12. at page 655, whereby they conveyed to the said George W. Toms, trustee the northwest quarter of section six (6). township thirty (3") south, range fortythree (43) west of the J sixth principal meridian in said Baca county. Colo iado for the purpose of securing, to the order of William F. Leonard, their ten promiasnry notes, each intheaumof six dollars, together with the interest thereon; and. wHEREAS. I' ts provided in said trust deed that in ease of the death of the said George W. Toms, the legal holder of -aid notes may appoint an v oili er person trustee instead of the said George Toms: and. WHEREAS, the said George W. Toms is dead: and. WH EK E A s . The legal holder of *iad notes lias > iibstituted the under signed as trustee in place of the said George W. Toms; and. HEREA \ it is provided in said trust dee I that in i i f d' fault iri the pa> inentof s'dd notes and 11 .• intercut th-rcon the said trustee, or the person so.q i ir. ted by the legal holder of said notes, shall < !1 -aid property to the highest and best bidder for .; sh at the Tremont street door of the court i i; . . the city <'f Denver and state of Colored' ■ fir-' mg thirty days’ public notice of the time, i terms an 1 place of said saleof the property to be I .‘•ld by advertisement published in some newspa- ! • r publish* d in the county where th • property is I .Hunted; and. IIEREA ', Said property is now situated in j linen county. Colorado; and. WHEREAS. Default has been made in the pa.' - i rnent of said notes and interest thereon; and. WIIERFAS Tho legal holder of said notes has I .■•-quested the undersigned to advertise and sell said land under the terms of said trust deed : NOV.'. THEREFORE. Public notice is .1 t giv*n that 1 will, rn Saturday, the l3th day j nf Mi A. I>. 19 6- at the Tremont street door of ! 1 t). . irth'U-ein the city of Denver and state o ' 1 r.il r.ulo, proceed to sell said land at public aur- Ition to tho highest and best bidder for rash, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose 1 lof satisfying said notes and the interest thereon I and the cm t and expense <>f executing this trust. Dati 11 day i f March A. D. 1916- JCHN 1. MAIL. Substituted Trust 1 NOTICK FOR PUBLICATIO 1 (Publisher) . Department of The Interior. U. S. Land office at Lamar, Colo. ! Mar. 14. 1916. Notice is hereby given that George • W. Petty of (’ampo, Colorado, who i on Aug. 27, 1912. 'made homestead', entry Noumber 011900 for j sj, of Section. 3, Township. 345. i Range 40 West. 6th P. Meridian, • baa filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish ciaim to the land above rfexcribetl. be fore the Judge of the Omntry Court at Springfield. Colo., on the 1 f»th day May., 1916. Claimant names as g/itneHses: Albert J. Petty. Raymond Ogle, Clara Perkins, Clyde Weeks, all of i Campo, Colorado. A. L. BISAI2RS Register. j NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION I (Publisrv.-r) Department of tlic Interior U. S. Land office a t Lamar, Colo. Mar 14 I9lb\ , Notice is hereby (given that Albert j J. Petty of Campo, Colorado, wf»c on . September2l 1912, masle homestead en- j try. No. 012030 for of section 10, township 34 south range 46 ! west 6th principal meridian .'as filed notice of in ention to make three year proof to tstubliblish claim to the land above described, be fere the Judge of County Court at Sprin.?iold, Colorado, on the 15*.h day of May, 1916. Claimant names as winesscs; George Petty, Kay miaul Ogle, Clyde Weeka, Joe Blinn, all of Campo, Colo. A. L. BKAVERS Registr NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher) U. . land office at Lamar. Colo. Department of the Interior Mar. 14, 1916 Notice is hereby given that Kaymondl A. Ogle of Campo, Colo., who or. Sept X 9» 1912. made homestead entry No. 012016, tor east * of Sec. 10, T. 34 s H. 46 w. 6th P.M. has hied! notice of intention to make 3 year proof! i to establish claim to the land above*, described, before 'he Judge of tha j County Court at Springfield, Cole -n the 15th day of May, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses. Joseph Blinn, Albert Petty, Gcorj.e Petty, Clyde Weeks, all of Campo, Colorado. A. L. UFA VLB, Hi gisrier. Notice For Publication Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo., Mar 14. Y 916. Notice is hereby given that Emina 11. Baker of Elkhart. Ka'is.. R 1. who on 3ept. 3. 1913. mode Hd. Entry. No. 011949. for n of .Sec. 12. T. it. S.. Range 4 * W.. Gth Principal Meridian, has Filed notice of intention to make Three year prtxsf. to establish claim to the land above described. !>c fore Silas* E. Speckmann. U. S. Commissioner at Springfield. Colo., on the 18th day of May. 1916. Claimant names as witnesses. Carrie A. Sutfin Doan W. Richards, It. O, Kel ley. Richard M. Fowler, all of Elkhart, Kanp.. It. 1. A. L. BEAVERS. Register. (Publisher.) Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at i.anmr, Colo. Mar. 3 1916. Notice is hereby given that Jos eph W. Blir.n of Campo, Colo., who on Sept. lj», 1912, made Md. entry, No. <>12015 for e-A of Section 15. Township 31 S. K. 46 w. Bill P. M., has tiled no tice of intention to make threj year proof, to establish claim to the land above described before the Judge of the County Court at Springfield, vJolo,, on the 15th day of May, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses. George Petty, Albert .1. Petty, Ray mond Ogle, Cl ir i Perkins all of Cam- | HO, t 010. A. L. Beavers Register CARD of THANKS We wish to ext *nd our heart- I felt thanks to the kind neighbors | and loving friends wh > so wil -1 lingly assisted us curing the sick j ness and death ot our dear fath ,er who on the Ist nf April pass ed over the dark river into the better world beyond. Barnett H. Jones and. family. Hamilton .lor es and family. Albert .lines and family t W. Jones. There was a dance at Vilas last Friday night. The meat Market has bren closed for the summer. J. W. Simpson of Lone Rock was in town Monday. Will Mills of southwest was in town the first of the week. G. N. Ballou of Rod ley was ft Herald sanctum caller Monday. Elmer French and Joe Hankins were in town the first of the week Joe Luelling of Wentworth was in the metropolis over Mon day night. Frank Horn, southwe&tof town, last week sold his half section to O. A. Swingley tor-51,500. Dr. Nicholson and L. V. Camp bell were in the county se3t Mon day and gave' us a pleasant call. John H. F. Opfer, a mute of Joycoy, was in the central berg Monday am. called on the Her aid. Wftlard Cole and Luther Pluck - aby of Carrizo were in the coun ty seat Monday and Tuesday nights. Jas. Williams, the man who bought the M. J. Cook r&Dftfc near Vilas, was in town on the 30th ult. Vernon Spell last week left the employ of the postoflice on ac j count of ill health and joined the I family at Pueblo. Mrs. John Yokum, Glen Yok um and wife and Jesse Harrison attended the dance at Burton’s hall Saturday night. Clias Smith of Rod ley proved up before Speckmann Monday, using Geo. Loveall and G. N. Ballou as witnesses The genial W. M. Thompson I of Vilas-Boston, was transacting ! business in Springfield Monday, and remained over till Tuesday morning. Miss Rachatl Alexander closed (another very successful school 1 i .in the Wentworth neighborhood •on the 21th ult., and has now a ; become a Springfielder. At tiie North Fork ball game Saturday we understand there j. was a free-for-all fight at its close. In the melee it is #aid *)ne Ben Battles was knock ed senseless with a ball club and 3 :is now ir* a precarious condnm *. Others w’jv bail y l.'i aten up. Obituary i (Contributed) • Henry V. Jones was born near [ Mun/prdsvillKy. f June ]oth, 1844, .rjid died at his home near Stor.iiu*ton. CoVl, at 10:50 p. m. April 1, 1016. seventy-one ■j years, m.'p** months a»’d 21 days ,} old. j. He was married in 1867 u> 1 Miss Delihu Reynolds, wlio pre -1 ceded hin) t<> the better worJd 3J»out twelvne years ago. r J'o this uraon there were born teir children, of whom six re main to mourn e loss of a b?s loveil father. One daughter. Mrs. Lydia daggers, who lives near . Vlunfordsville, Ky., C. C. Jones %nd CJ. W. Jones who 'ive near G; liva, Okla., W. H. Jones wlio Mv es jn Coluinoiis, Kans., Barnett 11. Jpnes ind Hamilton Jones Wi io reside with their fam ili2S near StoniL'gton, Colo. The lust two named Albert W. Jones, a brother, u 'as with him at the time of his de.*Rh. About the time of Iu ** marriage he was converted to ti Hi Chris tian Fait h and united w *ith the Methodist: Episcopal church remained an active consistent member until about twenty three years ago when he chan g <d liis m ambers hip to the Freif Methodist church. During all his Christian life he was an active member of the church to which he belonged. He was an able and efficient class I leader for a numbrV'of years. He also served as /Stewart and Trustee, having helped to plan and build several cljurches. He had the respect of his fam ily and friends and many a time he has exhorted them to be pre pared for the life* beyond. He was faithful until the end: there foie he can claim the promise “Be thou faithful unto death and and I will give thee a crown of life.” Funeral services were conduct ed at the Stonington school house by Rev. lv. E. Scarffe. and the remains interred in th** Stoning ton c* mot a ry. Tuesday niornhig at ten a. m.