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SPRINGFIELD HERALD
PUBUSHED FRIDAYS
S. N. KOMKEL
I*:roa AND - OWNII
1.25 In Advance.
aiit.tr* •• «i the rtprtnirrtel.l. |*iwiom«u* |
«* Aonmnl-alMift ..Initer.
In ordering n change of address, be
fi.re to give both the old address and
the new.
NOTICE OF CONTEST
(For Publication)
Department of the Interior
United States Land Office
Lamar, Colorado, June 1, 1916 i
To Isaac C. Stutzman ot Hutchinson |
Kami. Contestee. I
You are hereby notified that Andrew
York who gives Campo. Colo.,
as his Post Office address, did on
May U, 1916 file in this office his
duly corroborated application to con
test and secure the cancellation of
your b. d. entry, serial No 01349 ft made
Sept. 2, 1913 for ej Section 26 T. 33
South Range 49 'Vest 6th P.
M, and as grounds for his contest
he alleges that Isaac C. Stutzman has
wholly abandoned the said land: has
failed to reside on or cultivate or im
prove same for more than six months
last past: and that he has never estab
lished residence since date of entry and
that all of said defaults continue to
the present date. ]
You are, therefore, further notified
the said allegations will be taken as
confessed and 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
within twenty days after the FOURTH
publication of this notice, as shown be
low your answer, under oath, specifi
cally responding to these allegations
of 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 post office to which you
desirefuture notices to be sent to you.
R. J. McGrath Receiver
Date of first publication June 9, 19i6
second June 16 1916
third June 23 "
fourth June 80 ‘‘
Notick fob Pcel.u’ATloN
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colo.
May <9. Idle.
Notice ie hereby civen that William J. Bcmmen*
of Konantz. Colo.. who on Au*u«t
30.1911, made humeeSeed entry No. 010874 for
lota SO 82, 3». See. 10 *** 4. S. 7. 8. 9, **, 28,
*4. 23. - afcd Section I>. Towr»hlp 31
R. 42 west* P. M. hae Sled
Notice of Intention to iSake final 6 year proof to
eatebUah claim to the land above deat-ribed, be
fore SiUe E. Specimen U. S. Com. at Sprin*-
lield.Colorado, on tha 18th day of July, 1916.
Claimant namea as wltnaaaea
W. A. Greatliouae, Harry O. Miller. Arthur W. ,
Shai rock, Henry D. Harlow, all of Stonin*ton. \
elo.
A. L. BgAVgßSßeaieter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Publisher)
U. S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo
May 13.19-6
Notice la hereby aiven that Edjrar Bourquin. of
Wentworth Colo . who. on Oct. 31, 1912 made Hd. |
entry No. 01*160, for iwy 4 , Sec. 25. se>4of Sec. 26.
Tp 82 a Range 42 w 6th Prin. Meridian, has filed
notiteof intention to make Final three year Proof
to establish claim to the laud above described, be
fore Silue E. Speckman, U. 8. Commissioner, at
Springfield. Colo., o>> the Hth day of July, 1916.
Claim <nent namea as witnessas:
Lee W. Sayers of stonington, Colo., A. L.
Smith, Frank Wentworth. Ralph Bourquin. all
three of Wentworth, Colorado.
A. L, BEAVERS. Register.
NOTICE F»R PUBLICATION
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior.
United States and OAce.at Lamar, Colt
Mar- 13, 1916.
Notice fj hereby given that Susan P.
Cramer, of Campo, Colorado., who on
Dec. 1, 1911, made Hd. No. 011306
n} of Section 26 town
ship 33 South, Kanire
46, W. sixth principal meridian has
filed notice of intention to make final 8
year proof to establish claim to the
land above discribeu before Silas E.
Speckmann, 11. S.Com. at Springfield,
C010.,0n the 13th day of July, 191 G.
Claimant names as witnesses.
L. W. Jackson, Clarence J. Casper,
John F. Grimes, Elbert H. Sawyers,
all of Campo, Col.
A. L. BEAVERS, Register!
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Notice For publicbtion
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at I amar, Colo.,
Mai I", 1916.
Noti--e it hereby given that Hurry W. Keeler,
Campo. *cl irado, who. on April 16.
1913, made Ilomeitead Entry No. 0129 8, for lota 6,
6. fthjnw 1 . no I *, Sec. 7. Twp. 34 S. It 46 W.
6tL4*rincipal Meridian, haa filed notice of inten
tion to make final 3 year proof, to eatabliah claim
to the land above described, before Silas E.
Speckmann. U *. Commissioner. Springfield,
ulon the 13th day of July, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
> lem Dilleworth. of Rodky, Colo., John W.
Si hler, L roy Haney. Charley Lawyer, all three
of 1 'impoi Colo.
A. L. BEAVERS. Register.
NttTlC* FOR PUIIICATIOh
Publisher
Dnpnriinent of the Interior.
•f. S. aiol Office
L'tni.'f. Colo.. May. lf»h I*l6. i
Votice i» li*r*i>y gi*m that E. Henry Keeler
of Cam o. C*»lo.. who on Ap-. 16-1913, madeH.E. .
No 012919. lots 8 9. s’>oo*4 ae'<. S. 6. T. *4S . R.
•C W, fithP.M. has filed notice of intention to make ■
Anal 3 year proof, to establish claim to the land j
. a' ova described .before Sl'as K Speckmann V. 8.
Com. atSprirwficM. Colorado on the :sth day of
July, 1916.
Claimant n mes n witn'sees:
■i Dihsworth. of R«/"|ey. C 10.. John W.
»/ Hanej. f bar'ey Lawy-r. all three of
Classified Ads.
We will make some loans on
Baca county lands.
Cook, Coker and Goodale
c 22— Lnmar, Colo, j
Ice at Springfield and Vilas |
each Tuesday and Friday. Can
be got at my ranch any time.
; d 5-8— J. F. Harrison.
STRAYED OR STOLEN
I About' March Ist, one whit
or cream colored hound about 30
or 32 inches tall. He is Russian j
and Greyhound crossed. About
April Ist to 10th two light red
gray hounds, one with big scar on
right side, one with small scar
on right shoulder, and one toe on
hindfoot off.
Will pay liberal reward for in
formation of the whereabouts of
the dogs. Notify
d 4-5 — H. C. Fowler,
Vilas, Colo.
FOR SALE—forty five head of
mares and horses, broke and
unbroke; also one stallion, and
about 25 this year’s colts. Will
sell right if sold this month,
co A. L. Smart.
For Sale
40 hd. young broke work- horses
12 1 “ " “ mules
8 “ good milk cows
1 “ “ Heifers
2 good second hand wagon
1 set good double wc ik harness
I if f \.
1 “ " single
Sudan grass seed
c 4-6 B. J.Nolle
Halfway Springtield-Vilss toad.
Strayed or Stolen
From Carl Beck’s pasture, 12
miles south and three east of
Springfield, two 4 year old hors
es; a dark bay with knot on left
aide of nose, and one dark buck;
nobrands. $15.C0 reward for re
covery of horses. Notitiy Carl
Beck, Springfield, Colo.
d 4 7 W ill Wright, owner
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
My wife Cora Thompson hav
ing left me without cause, will
not be responsible for any bilis
she may make.
Dated at Springfield, Colo.,
this fifth day of June, 1916.
d-4-7 Frank Thompson
Want to buy a few deed
quarters with good titles. Have
| eastern land to trade for Baca
county land.
J. P. Ballard, Plains, Kans.
For Sale— 'earn, wagon, anil
| harness. Horses 9 and 10 years
old; weight 1900. Also Deere
wagon, wide tir«. $225 for out
fit. Also some good cows, calves
by side, and one saddle. One
mile north and fi-ur of
Springfield dl-2 O. H. Osborn
1 have buyers for relinquish
ments and deeded land. Write
description and price wanted.
c7- W. O. Kerr,
Stonington. Colo.
Good, choice deeded land
Good titles; good quality; good
terms; cheap—from $5.00 to $B.OO
per acre. One-third cash, bal
ance long time and low interest.
Get in on the ground iloor
Write H. D Smith..
c 40 — Dept 34
Springfield, Colo.
FOR SALE
One large jack two yrs. old;
big bone and ear; a good indiv
idual. Price for quick sale, $3OO
Also one good yearling jack; $l5O
i f taken soon. La*h <rm t‘ ,
cl-4 11. K. Ellis
Stonington, Colo.
For Sale ,haif section twomiKs
from Springfield; 60 acies culti
vated, and living waW. Other
quarters and hall sections.
TH E V. ORR IS L AN D Co.
c 3— E-iv. reno*, Kans.'
Strayed from my place, a Bout
last August, a brown mare,
about five years old, weight}
between 700 and BCO, ba'.d facei
and 3 or 4 white feet; branded Li
over —cn left shoulder and on l
eft hip. Will pa / $lO.OO reward '
for information knding to tlx !
locovery of n. r*
C 2-6 Roy Welch
Kegni *r, Colo.
Wellington E. Fee
Attorney and Counselor
At Law
Lamar, Colorado.
j I
I (gordmt $c <£nriimt
Attorneys at law
JUrßt National ®atik SuUMug
j Camar, -:- (Eoloraso
| J-. C. GTT IjP
-5 PHYSICIAN AND SUR6ON &
Springfield, Colo. ■
W. A. Merrill Jo ® E - Terral
Lamar. Cok». Springfield
MERRILL & TERRAL
Attorneys atiLaw
Practice in all courts and before U. S. Land office.
Springfield, Colo.
LAND
Tax Titles
Trust Deeds
Wanted
B*e. B. Conts, M«ad«, Kan*.
DR. N. M. BURNEn
; Physician and Surgeon
t Lamar, Colo.
1 RLF ED TODD
r Attorney at law
I Manville BWir.. Next Door tn band O.
} & 312 J. Lamar, Colo
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W. P. Verity
Physician and Surgeon.
Two Buttes, Colo. |
I -**-**• -X*- -XX
:nnr'
Licensed
I Embalmer
, Calls Answered Day or Might.
, With Church & Adams
- Phoue Lamar 219
i Lamar Colo
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.* Drs. Brady & Begqs j*
2 Veterinary Surgeons
2 antl Dentista. Office yT
, McClean’s Barn. J* '
LAMAR, COLORADO'
Dr. E. C. McMillan J
PHYSICIAN j nil surgeon'
7 mile* went and 3‘. milcn north of Campo, Colo. |
No calk answered at night unletm called for ani '
I returned in comfortable conveyance. j
LAND WANTED
I have •••aah buyera for nood
farm land, and some «ood ranch
es in Colorado. Would like to
correspond with owners.
J. P. Ballard,
Plains, Kans.
| GEO. L. HALL |
1 Xj-A/WSTIEIR, |
| Springfield, Colorado. ||
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1 LU. NASON i iiims. n |
i BUYS and SELLS
Baca County Land*. Send lejral do- 1
•criptiona and beat pricea and terms in
first letter.
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II J. T. NICHOLSON ”1
3Dfl Surgeon^
| Stonington, Col« >. j
4480 ACRES
$6.00 PER ACRE
THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST RANCHES IN
EASTERN COLORADO. IT IS PRACTICALLY
ALL SMOOTH LAND. GOOD GRASS. WELL
WATERED BY CREEK AND 4 OR 5 WELLS.
THERE IS ABOUT 20 MILES OF 2 AND 3
WIRE FENCE ON THE PLACE. SOME LARGE
TREE 3. ONLY BIX MILES FROM TOWN.
THIS IS A GOOD BUY AND WORTH INVES
TIGATING. TITLES PERFECT.
ij
If you want a good Farm or Stock Ranch up to
5000 acres, I have it, and at prices and terms that
will interest you. I also have a few good Home
stead Relinquishments.
!Ben C. Spencer,
Office in Burton Hotel.
r —ll
' jßm ßk
Obey that impulse and get your Ford car
today. Tl,tie's i.o valid reason why you
should deny yourself the pleasure and
- profitable service the Ford gives Obey
I that impulse. “Time is money,” and ser
i vice of a Ford doubles the value of your
time. Runabout $390; Touring Car $440;
Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Sedans74o,
j f. o. b. Detroit. On display and sale at
! DENNEY’S 6ARA6E
Springfield Motor Co.
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! | THERE’S A REASON *\
-Wh- _
| You should buy your groceries of Geo. Ervin Konkel,
Stonington, Colo.
KONKEL’S STORE %
% Is the Store of Quality
# There You Gel
The Best Sen ice and the Best Goods
At The Lowest Prices
# ,
% v»e Good Measure—Full Weight %
i% U-r Business Solicited •#
| Geo, Efvip f(opkel |
i Stonington, Colo.
FLINT & HAGERMAN
Have the Larqest Stock j
of Millinery and Dry i
Goods Ever seen in \
Springfield. They have 1
a good stock of.
Men’s Clothing
Boots, shoes, Hats and
Caps. .
SEE FLINT & HAGERMAN j
BEFORE BUYING
Springfield, Colo.
For all kinds of Concrete Work {
BUM*!'*- i
—Contractors^
Springfield, (Colo.
BURTON ** H®TL
Under new management. ZZu
Up to date and best of at-
TYTY tention. Good meals and XZZX
good beds. Give us a
ZZZX trial and you'll come again
MRS. ADA BfIRLER, Proprietor.
FOR BEST nESULTS
List Land and Relinquishments
- With—
EARL M. TERRY
Can you use more money? I make very liberal loans
Two Buttes Colorado
Arm uvHRi
Best and Quickest Transportation In Baca County
PRICES Hlfe RIGHT
, RBPAIRSHOP In Connection.
, GIVE Os A TRIAL PHONE OR WRITE.
IT© I'll Bl®l. ” M '
Baca Coupty
/\bstfact Go.
W. M. STEWERT. Manager.
Abstract of Title to any Lands in Baca County
SPRINGFIELD, BW <2O, ©OLD.
Springfield I
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, a First w
Class Line of Drugs f
s. jb. §
Confections, Perfumes, Toilet Sosps fi
t Drug Store |
! Wagner Hotel
Under New if*
Rates $1.50 per Day
H. R. KERN, Manaqer
4 1. M. WILLIAMS, Pres. CHARLES MAXWELL, Vicb-Pres. S
+ L. J. BORING, Cashier. J. D. SPOONER, Ass’t. Cashier ft
| CITIZENS STATE BANK
1 LAMAR. COLORADO. a
{ CAPITAL STOCK $35,000 $
» SURPLUS $17,500 ft
t We invite you to transact your business with this ft
jj bank, and endeavor to give prompt and efficient service ?
Jj by personal and courteous treatment to our customers. •
J DIRECTORS* .
4 J. M. WILLIAMS, CHARLES MAXWELL, GEO. A. EVERETT, <
I. L. MAXWELL, L. i. BORING,
Uand Wanted
I can furnish buyers for a tJ
TYtx number of farms aud ranches in TYTY
Colorado. Write me what you Wv
Tjfcxt have give best prices and all the xtilX
Av terms you can afford. ™
J. R Carver Wheeler Tex.
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