Newspaper Page Text
AM3DEN LUMBER CO
Elkhart, Kansas jogs All kinds of Building gzg Mg» Material. Colorado a® Lump and Nut Coal, lola Portland Cement mm Gjjit, fWS Minnesota Oil and Paints. HH Our aim is to please ———— CORN DANE WHEAT H. K. ELLIS \he Live Wire Insurance Agent Representing The Home of New York ** Covering General Farm Insnr- I. iance, hail, lightning, fire, farm buildings, live stock, and all &L- kinds of crops. THE ST. PAUL *MC- W OF MINMESOTA covering damage M[ or loss of crops by hail. These Companies are time tried und ah m so utely reliable. Phone or write. I! I will be pleased to Call. Stonington, <2olo. MAIZE BRQQMQQRW FETERITA CAMPO BLACKSMITH SHOP SS Prepared to do all kinds of £*£* Woodwork and Blacksmiiliiog COME ON BOYS I G. W. Petty, ♦ <2ampo CITY LIVERY BARN COLO. Horse and Auto Livery BOARDING ORSES, Our Specialty, 0. F. WOOD, Prop. MMRMMMMHNMMEMRMZIMIMM SPEINGFIELD BLACKSMITH SHOP LEE KOZLOUtTES^ROP. Prepared to do all kinds of work Good Work Reasonable Prices For Ranches, Farm Lands, Homestead Relinquish ments and Surveying Sec J.H.D.TERRAL Office in Rear First State Bank B. 6. Morton aiiW ...THE AUCTIONEER... ■£k That Gets the M oney for You Arrange with the First State Bank cf Springfield or write Me RODLEY, COLORADO Syracuse to Stonington. Auto Hack Tri-Weekly Leaves Syracuse Mon Wed Fri 9 a, 'll Leave Stonington Tue Thur Sat 6a, fli. Ford Crittenden Sy rncuse Kans j ■ 11 1 Dr. E. C. McMillan ! PHYSICIAN and SURGEON* 7 miles west und 3 1 j miles north of Cuinpu. Colo. 1 No calls answered at night unless culled for an- | returned in comfortable conveyance. | fi»acu | Liggett & Cole Lani Matters and Suits at Law LBmar Colo I L. H. Alberti COUNSELOR AT LAW Prsotlos in all Courts SPRINBFIELD. COLO. I / -\ Nctice tor Pubicr.lon (Publisher:) Department of the Interior U. S. Land OfTioat Latnar. 'nloruilo Apr. 20. ly!G.. Notie is hereby Riven that George \v | Frswner Of Campu, Colo., who, on Dtc.. 30. 1912, n i de Homestead entry No. 012396 for lots I, 3, I "ad I, üBlwK and ei6.se *4. r.wSee. 10, T. 3* 8„ Range 46 W , 6th Prin, Meridian has ! filed notice of inteii to tnuke three year proof I to establish claim to cbe land above described * b"fore Silas E. Speckmann U. S. Com. Spring-1 field, Colo., on the !9lh day of June, 1916. , Claimant names as witnesses T. H. Sawyers. Compo, Colo. J. l. Blackwood, C. Ray Robb, William cadenhead, nil three of Springfield, Colo. A L. BEAVERS, Register. REWARD $500.00 t Whereas certain and numerous par ties have been killing animals belong ng to The Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd., some Ifor the purpose of- selling meat, others for the purpose of ofc : taming meat for their own consuinpiio | and others for the reason thnt the cat ( tie have been giving then annoyance.- , This is to give notice that the above re- j 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 brandcu JJ on left hip, and all information .should be given f.o H. G. Glaz'orook, Manager Prairie Cattle Co. Ltd.. Ilig- Higbee, Colo. Adv NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Publisher) Department of the Interior U. S, Land Office at Ijimar. Colorado I Apr. 7. 1913. Notice is hereby given that Harden Bales of Springfield. Colo., who on Nov. 11, I9IU. made homestead entry No. 09011, for w' j of Section 29. Twp. 28 S, Range 40 w.6th Principal Meridian, hat- filed notice of Intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land above | described, before Silas E. Speckmann, U. S. Com. , at his office at Springfield, Colo., on the 6th day of June. 1916 Claimant names as witnesses: 1 W. A. Shiflct. Ben Jarvis, A. L. Smart, Roy N. | Bender, all of Springfield, Colo. A. L. BEAVERS. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DErBKTMENT OK THE INTERIOR, U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo., May 4. 1916. I Notice is hereby given that Sylvester C. Green I of Springfield. Colo, who on Oct. 10. 1911, made 1 Homestead entry. No. 011166 for N!», Section 29. Township 32 S.. Range 40 W„ oth Principal Me ridian. has filed notice of intention to make Three year Proof, to establish claim to the land, above described, before Silas E. Sp"ckmun U. S. Coin, at Springfield. Colo., on the 24th day of June ' 1916. Cloimunt names us witnesses. R O. Wallace. F. D. Wallace, C. E. Maddux. L). E. Parker, all of Springfield, Colo. A. L. BEAVERS. Register. Notiet of Adjustment Day Notice is hereby given tlmt on | Thursday, the Bth day of June,. A. D. 1916, George Ervin Konkel, the administrator of the estate, of Daniel Woolley, deceased; will , attend before the Judge of the* county court at the court house' •in Springfield in the county of] Baca, Colorado, at 9 o'clock in j the forenoon of said day for the purpose of settling and adjust-! ing claims, at which time all per . sons having claims and demands against said estate are notitied and requested to present the same to the court. All persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate pay ment. , Witness T. Eldon Allen clerk of the court within and for the county of Baca in the state of Colorado and the seal of said court this 12th day of April, A. , D. 1916. [Seal] T. Eldon Allen i Clerk. NOTICE of CONTST For publication) E .RTMENT OF THE INTRIOK, United Slates and Office l.amar Colorado. May 3, 1910. . . Vern L Alvorduf * anipo, Colo. & CaUton, Oklu.. Contestee: You are hereby notified that George Williams who gives i.angdon, Kansas, us his post office address, did on Muy 1. 1916, file in this offi'c liis duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of jroUr hoirostead entry Serial No. 01G7*8 made April r>. 1919, for the s'i of Sec. U Twp. 33 S. It. 49 W. Gth P. M., and as grounds f«*r hh contest ho alleges that said CMtryman bus wholly abandoned said land; that hehasfailod to establish or maintain icsidcnco thereon; that these defaults have cxis'ci for j more than six months list past and continue to this date. | You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will he taken ns confessed, aid your said entry will be canceled without further I right to be hourd, either before this olfico or on appeal, if you fuil to file in this office witn'n 1 twenty days after the FOURTH publication ol | this notice, as shown below, your answer, un der oath, specifically responding to these alloga- I lions of contest, together with duo proof that * you have served a copy ol your answer on the . said cunt* slant cither in person or by registered mail You should state I" your stiswcr the name of the post oliicc m which you desire future notices to he sent .o you- A. . BEAVERS, Register. R. .1. McGRATHi Receiver Bute of first publication, May 19, 1916. " " second ” '' 26, 1916. ” " third " Jims 2, 1916 ” ” fourth ” " 9. 1916 notice for Publication. (Publisher) Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office, Lamar, (%ierado. Nag 4.1916 Notice is hereby given that iWwta L. Pitcher of Clyde, Colorado, who on Janaary 25. 1913. I made Homestead Entry No. 012-191 lot-* 5, C s l -a ne 1 4 and sc', sec. 1T.32*, R. 43 w, I Gtli Prin. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the I land above described before Silas E. Speck . maim U. S. Com. at Springfield. Colorado, on the 2ith day o> June 1916. j | I'luimant nnmes as. Witnesses; Kenney A. Yates, William E. Gimble, Earnest E. | * Stumor, James V. Jackson, all of Clyde. Colo. A L. BEAVERS. Register. i i | NOT ICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher) U . . land office . t Lumiir. Colo. Department of the Interior May 4, 1916. Notice is hereby given that Lflie E. . Christian of Vilas, Colo., who on May ‘2O, 1913, made H<l. entry No. 013093, njswf. nisei, seise} Lots g-11-13 Sec. [2, T. 33 s K. 45 vv, Oth V. M. has filed * noti :e of intention to make 3 year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before die .Judge of the County Court ul Springfield, Coic. n the 24th day of Jur e, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses. Logan Christian, of Springfield, Col. Edd McGowan, Jiert McGowan, Orra C. Mesnard, alf ol Vilas, Colo. A- L-., BEAVERS, Register. 1 Notice' F6it Publication j Department of 1 ho Interior U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo.. May 4. 1916. *, Notice is hereby given that Ilortensc A. Green ■ of Springfield, Colo., who on July 2.’. 1912, made 'lid. Entry. No. 011779, for n-.'of Sec. 2». T. 32 S.. | Range 46 W., 6t)i Principal Meridian, lias filed notice of intention to make Three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Silas E. Speckmann. U. S. Commissioner at i Springfield, Colo., on the 2-1 Lit duy of June, 1916. Claimant names a- witnesses, i F. D, Wallace, R. O. Wallace, C. E. Maddox, and I). E. Parker, all of Springfield, Colo. A. 1,. BEAVERS. Register. (Publisher.) 1 Department of the Interior i U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo, May I 1916. Notice is hereby given that John ,R. George of Richards, Colo., who i un Jan. 11, 1911, made fid. 1 entry, No. 09689 for s A of Section 4, Township 33 S. , K. 43 w *iiii P. M., has tiled no tice of intention to make threj year proof, to establish claim to the land above described before the Judge rtf the County Court at Springfield. , | Colo., on th ’ 21th day of -I tine, 1916. Claimant names us witnesses. Arthur Marriott, Ben G. Doke, Mar tin Miller, Charles L. Abner, all of Richards Colo. A. I . Beavers Register i - i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher) Department of the Interior U* S Land office at Lamar Colo April 20, 1916 Notice is hereby given that Henry J. Purnell' l , of Blaine., Colo., who ■ on July. 3rd, 1900, made Homestead entry. No. 05730, forswf, sjnwl and sAnti Sec. .15 township 2 • S. Range 42 west Gth principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final 5 year , / proof, to establish claim to the land ' above described, before the Judge of | 1 the County at Springfield, Colo. ' on the 16th day "f June, 1916. 1 Claimant names as witnesses; | Richard I. Cockrum, John V. Cockrum, ■ Loren Moon, Monon, Colo., Charles s',l. Watson, of Blaine, Colo. , ‘ 1 A. L. Beavers, Register. ; I ; | soric-: FOR PUBICATIUN (Publisher) ' Department uf the Interior t'. 8. Land Office at Lamar. Colorado. . May i. !•».»• . Notice -a hereby given that Mary Ann Mey ers. of Lamar. Colo., who on Mar.. 17. 1911. made il.vort tend entry No. 0b>066 for ■nd > i 1 . Section 19 Towrfchip 28 South Range >7 W. 6th Principal Meridian ha* filed notice of intention to make lira! proof to purchase land . under paragraph 3of Act of Mar. 4. 19b'. before the clerk of the district court, at hi* office at I Springfield. Colorado, mi the 17th day of June. 1916. Claimant nar.if * a* witnefoes. Dill,, Oxenreider. Henry Cxerreider. F. >\ My- 1 er*. I-. w My era. all of Springfield. Col*). A. L Beavers, Register. I li Praam t When travel- • some Social don’t forget to have l =Jis[ nljWSl-lr j -Anti - ~~jy- PAIN PILLS r RING DESIRED RELIEF. 111 t “I lmvo used -Dp. Mllop' Antl-Paln with vrtll THpv arf* in- l’ills for Home time am! Arid them Wllliyuu. I licy die 111 nn invnluablo remedy for.headache. • l valuable for Headache [""SJrSSTS i < and all other Pains. »«».KSrWS* i‘S . 1 __ _ never without them and uso then* 25 Doses, 25 Cents. for nil attacks of pain, knowing that they will not disappoint me-';’ IF FIRST BOX 13 NOT BATIS- MRS. \V. 11. DENSON. FACTORY, YOUR MONEY WILL Went lhiven. Conn. / BE REFUNDED. -* (For Publication) Department of the Interioi United -States Land oilice i.aniar. Colorado. May- 1. ll'lti. To Kheul>en K. Flood, of Plains, Kan*. Contested You are hereby notified that Chet Barirdill, who gives Turon, Kans., as his Poet Office address, did on May. I, 1916, file In this ofllce his duly corroborated application to con test and secure the cancellation of your home- I stead entry serial No. 016918 made Arp. 12th. I '945, for l"ts •"*. 6, 7.8, s’ gnW Section 3 Town. 33 a. | Range 49 west 6th Principal Mer idian, and as ((rounds for his contest he alleges that entryman lias wholly abandoned said land, that he has failed to establish r>r maintain resi dence thereon; that thes« defaults have existed for more than six months Hst past and oontlnue t) this date. | You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken as confessed, and your said entry will be canceled without your further right to he heard,either before this offlceoi on appeal, if you fail to file in this office witl in twenty davs after the FOURTH publica tion of this notice, as shewn below, your answer, under oath, specifically rc ponding t<> these allegations of contest. together with due proof that you have served u copy of your answer on the said contestant cither u person or by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name of the post office to which you dcsiro future notices to be sent to you. A. L. BEAVER Register u. J. McGrath, Receiver Date of first publication May 19, 1916 " second " May 20 “ third ” June 2 1916 ‘ fourth ' “ 9 “ .NOTICE FOR PUIILIOATTUN Publisher Department of the Interior U- S. Land Office at Lamar, C"lo., May 1. 191*' Notice is hereby given that Rose Margarettt Elizabeth Steele. Formerly Myer* of » n mar, Colo., who on Mar. 17, 1911, madt desert land entry No. 9100G5 Sec. 30, T. ' 28 s b’angc |7 w .fith Principal Meridian, has filed f notice of intention to make Final proof to purch -1 nse land under paragraph 3of Art cf Mar I. 1916. 1 to establish claim to the land above described. he fore the Clerk of the Dirtr'cl Court at his oflic" j Springfield, Colo., on tho 17th day of June, 191". Claimant names as witnesses. DUIo Oxenreider, Henry Oxoarcider. E * . My- j era. L. \v. Myers, all of Springfield. Colo. A. L. BEAVERS REGISTER I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Puldklien Department of the Interim United States Land Ofllee Lamar. Colorado. Apr. 20,1916. Notice is hereby given that Mertie -f. Patterson of Lamport, Colo., who on Jan. 19, 1913, made homestead, entry No. 012430 for s'* (south-half) Section 3, Township. 31 south Range 43 West. 6th Principal mcridiun has filed notice of i.-.lention to make 3 year proof to establish claim to the land xbova described. before Silas E. Spcckmann U. S. Coin, at Springfield. Colorado, on the 19th day of Juno, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Z. J. Osteen. Lamport. Colo.. John Wren. O. K. Osteen, P. t.< McKinley, all three of Richards, Colo, A. L. BEAVERS Register. Locals Dr. Blanchat was over from Vilas Saturday. VV. T. Hughes of Kenton was in the county seat Monday Geo. Poyner was in town over Tuesday night —brought corn for the Barlers. T. C. Simpson and family of the Cornerswere pleasant callers on the *J(j ult. Twenty-one eighth graders were at commencement exercis es Friday night. The genial VV. M. Thomson was shaking hands with friends in the county seat Monday. Will Westmorland and Prof. J. P. Jackman of Big Flats were j in the cour.ty seat Hie first of the | week. Three car loads of good Texas j people from Hansford on me up the first of ti e week on the hunt of land —all but two out of the; i thirteen. The addresses of Prof. Dillon of the state agricultural college ' as delivered at different points ’ in Baca last week will be fount! | elsewhere as furnished to us by * ■ Mrs. Rachael Lockwood of Rich land, for which review of the ad dress we are thankful, as it' saves us the l rouble of writing it up ourselves. Joe Fuelling and vvifp of Went worth were town visitors Tues day. Dr. Milligan has been visiting this week with - friends in Baca county. Andy Peterson of Atlanta was in the county seat the first of the week. Two Buttes was well repre sented at the eighth grade enter tainment. E. I). Hubbard and son (J. VV. of Richards weie plensnnt call ers Tuesday. Chas. Wilson and Wanda Mc- Adam took in th* Friday night performance. Mr. nod Mrs. Kllcy of Ston-I ingtor. were at the exe'*rcisesl Friday night. Miss Vivienne Konkel j-; visit ing this Week \v»tli her teacher, Mrs. Glasgow. The erald has the best, home news service of any the.east or in thewe£t. *" George and. Pernio fy M >el -and i their si-ters Mi.< r.ie, apd Lottie of Boston ton!"in the commence ment OXeicisps, Miss Belle MnVvrhead of- Rodley was a Fforald caller on »h.' 27th j ul*. Miss Moorhead will attend* I the normal at Lamar. and then! visit a part of the summfer in * Oklahoma. ) Mrs. Terra I, wif. • oT our At-1 torne.v Term I, and fo’uV children, I arrived at Lamar fast week, and will join Ati.’y Terra I here as soon as the Marie Lamport build ing is finished. H. K, Ellis, the man who will write your insurance while you 'vait. was in town Monday, and tells us the little cow ad. - sold all his eo ws the first week. Me now has a jack ad. in the paper, which sec. The versatile Lucius Me Adam and nephew Henry Me Adam were agreeable Herald callers Friday. The latter’s daughter Hellen was one of the eighth graders attending the commence ; ment exercises. The Ladies Aid of the Lone I Rock Methodist church and the ■ Jo.Vcoy Sunday school combined 1 will serve ice oeam at the .lent • ranch on Flag Day, June. 11. All . are invited to attend and help with the building of ‘lie Jirst M. . E. church in the county, REVIVAL MEETINGS At Welcome f chorl l ouse. All > are invited at W -Iconic Evan i gelist I\. E .Scar'fo of Colorado Springs will do the preaching. Good instrumental and vocal inu ; si - *. “Come over to Macedonia . and Help Us.” Cha*. T. fludif.d. Pastor . Shoeington Charge, ij (' P. Adams, of the firm of p Adams and Sewell, at the head ii of the large-! I-* use furnishing I establishment between* Dodge City and IV.* M . was in Spring ,l field Monday I* . king .after the , Piano part of th<* t»usii>* ss. In j cidentaii v. pb r.< - can l>«* bought |of this firm for about half what .la regular music house would charg< the < iff irence between i about sixty percent anti ten per .Icon*. If you warn i piano, see , Adams ami S- v 1 1 M. L. Lee of Campo was her* the first of the week and drop- I ped in to teli us they are want ing ruin. r -Dr.- Kiebenbaugb, one of the first settlers of the county, now of- Pittsburg, Pa„ was an agree itble-cftUer Monday. The doctor is nn eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist.’ He will be here dur ing the summer, and those want ihg work in his line should make use of ’ this opportunity to be treated W. £ Merriil. Deputy District attorney, has ueen in Baca coun ty nearly a week preparing In formations to file in the District court, and hunting evidenoe to support the same. He tel<s us that Iheup are six infermations charging felony on file. He baa nisi, prepai ed several new ones, and will prepare at least one oth er making fourteen in all. There will also probably be five or six misdemeanor informations filed, making twenty in all. This is believed to be the big gest criminal docket ever known in the three cast end counties of the third judicial district — Baca Bent,, ar.d Piowers. Judge Hillyer will preside at the Juno term, which begins on the 12th clay of June. The case of Er nest Riner, charged with the murder of Joe Hargisonthe 28th day of August, 1916, is set for Monday, Julie 10th. North Flats The crops are not coming up very well, and what is up the squirrels arc taking. Doty’s, Barr’s, Bickford’s end others attended the celebration at Lamar Wednesday. Miss Stella Barr returned home froir. Loveland Wednesday. Several from this vicinity at tended the graduation exercises [at Springfield. ' Gerald Kemper is visiting at A. L. Smart’s. J. B. Bickford and family and Fred Chatham went to Lamar Monday. Mountain View R. A. Morris, is enjoying a j visit with relatives from King man. Kans., and their son and his family of Granada, Colo. A. H. Laverty and children and Robert and Adelle Jay attended the closing exercises of Richland Friends Academy last Friday. ! Neighbors of Les Laverty serv j ecT him a surprise basket birth* day dinner last Wednesday, j ' Mr. and Mis. Sewell and Eth el went over to Liberal, Kans., | thi?f week to visit with Mr. Sew ell’s brother. A goodly number of this vicin ity attended the illustrated lec ture at Two Buttes Saturday night given by Prof. Dillon of the agricultural college of Fort Collins. “Rag Day” was dui'y observed at Sunday school and they, the lags, will soon journey on to La mar. Mystic Dell Mr. and Mrs. Farl Falkner are going to Dodge City, Kans., this week, where they will re main this summer. Mr. Maxon and family, Mr. Johnston and family, and Chas. Gibson visited at E. F. Coble'* , Sunday the 21st. Mr. Coble and wife spent the day at Earl FalUner’s last Mon day. - Mr. Falkner and family spent the day Tuesday with Maxon's. D. C. Robbins has his house in Springfield finished and will move to town this week. Jesse Gibson and family visit ed.at Mr. Barnett’s Sunday. -*Vfr. Maxon and family. Bill Gibson and family, and Earl Falkner and family spent the ev ent E. F. Coble’s Sunday. Gampo Clyde Weeks and Theo. Hang erter hoi ped L. Chase fix his well last week. Otto Reschke helped C. 8. Perkins make a cistern last week. R. B. Lowell and wife spent Sunday with O. C Oldham’s and went down into the Canons and had dinner. The lent show at Campo was well attend’d and very much en joyed by all. Joe Blinn is the proud possess or of a new Ford auto.