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R. H. Dickey
..Farm loans and Real Estate..
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REASONABLE INTEREST QUICKEST RETURNS
LOCATION: RODLEY, COLO.
POSTOFFICE: VILAS, COLO.
f| WHEN YOU ARE IN
a— FIRST-GLASS ||,
#* Gasoline, Kerosene, ft 1
|p Lubricating Oils or |i
|j| ■ ...Grease... |j®
—Send Your Order to — fljjJ,
The Elkhart Oil Co. M
ELKHART, KANSAS. ■
We Guarantee Our Products. We always sjljj,
give our euslorru rs a square deal and we l| i) Oh
do not make an extra charge for it. Give rfuM
us a trial order and be convinced. fj? *
GEO. E. NEVILLS, Manager. W
I feed Store and Seed House
Coal Yard in Connection
’i ~HANDLE ALL KINDS OF FEED
( AIL Cake, Grains, 'hop. Shorts, Bran and
Hay, St ck Salt and Cement.
ii&fILL handle all kinds of dryfarm
” seeds in their season. Let
our wants be known in good time
? TLL sell coal at Lamar prices
with freight added if delivered
before storing. After storing, 50c
f: er.tra per ton.
Sell Strictly for Cash
MOTTO: Quick Sales, Small Profits
a c. Patterson
Springfield, Colo.
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I Have What You Want In
DEEDED LAND
RELINQUISHMENTS
Have Money to loan on Your Unin
cumbered land. Phone, write or Call
EARL TAYLOR, Elkhart, Kans.
i ■** Cimarron Cutoff
— v " -i ’ . ’ —* ri.n-rtown constituuuiio.
1 We Make ,
i Your
; Clofhes
TOSATISFY-THEY SIMPLY MUST
lb lean se “they irrn cut l«» Y«>ur .
body specifications model* ><l to j
fit you. Give us a trial on Your
EASTER SUIT -1 pries from !
sls.°? to $25.00
You must be satisfied or the d< al
is incomplete Also Our Line of
- Men’s Furnishings -
Consisting of D v * Tint-, St- t
son Huts, C»i>', ‘-’hi ts, N-ek
iv ar. Shoes ar.d Oxfords, is
something worth while. P «*a*e
let us fix you tip, as we are in
terested.
Stroud's Cash j
Wl»er* It Pvvs t... |
DlulvJj Pay Cash.
NOTICE
A reasonable rewatd is offered
for one dark gray mule; wt about
'750; and one brown horse with a
I white streak down his nose; wt
800; age about 12 yrs. Mu e’s
ago 3 yrs. The tinder Diease no
tify Grant Blevins
dl-4 .Joycoy, Colo.
10 los compound net weight,
j 51.75, at Stroud’s.
NOTICE op APPLICATION TO LEASE
j STATE LANDS.
1 Office of the Statu Board of Land Comminsioner».
Denver. Colo.. Mar. 8.1917.
Notice is hereby given that C. Deweeae. whose
pontoflicc address is Oakley, Kansas, has made
application No. a 7334 to lease the following de
scribed school lands, situate in Baca county, Col
orado. to-wit: -
Part of See See. Town Range
All 36 So S 48
Notice is further hereby ’given that all other
persons ..cairing t j file an application to lease all
or any part of t«is tra t of I .nd mu it file same in
tnis oil,cc piior to April I , lOi7. aa no other ap
plicuiion*t i lease the above des-libed lands Mil
he considered after s.i dote. •
RAY.UO D MILLER,
Preside <t State Board Land
March 16, 83,t0. Aprils.
NOTICE OH PUBLIcATIO —lsolated Tract
• ÜbLl LAND SALE.—Dept, of the Inieri r
U. S. Land Office, Lamar. Colo., Feb. 26, 19".
Noti e is hereby given that, as direced by the
j Commissioner of thcGeneral Laud Oltice, unuer
provision -of See. R. S.. put suunt to the ap-
I plication of Robert L. Hancock, serial No 02136 J.
jwe will offer at public sale, to the higiest bdder.
| but ut not less than $2 60 per acre, ut >0 o'clock A.
1 M.. on the26th day of April, next- at this office.
| the following tract of land: Lot »4, N E !<S W J*
sec 17. lot 16 and N W ?4 S E ‘A sec 20, T. 315.. R.
4u W «tb P. M.
The sale will not be kept open, but will be de
clined closed when those present at tr>c hour nam
ed have ceased bidding. The person making the
highest bid will be requited to immediately pay to
the Rec- iver the amount thereof. Any persons
claiming adversely the above described land arc
ad. l led to file their claims, or objections, on or
before the time designated for sale.
A. L. B HAVERS, Register.
R. J. MCGRATH Receiver. !
Notice For Publication
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office ut Lamar. Colo., Fo’>. 16, 1917 _
Notice is hereby given that Martha Killion,
of Springfield. Colo., who. on June 12 1913. made
Hd. E., No. 013219, for sec 28, neK and
n‘s e*?i Sec. 33, Twp 31 S., range 4*l west
6th Prin. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make thr*e year, proof, to establish claim to th<
land above described, before Sil sE. Speckmann
United States Commissioner.atSpringfield.* 010.,
i on the 2-lrd day of April, 1917.
Claimant nMiiea as witnesses:
J. A. Bern s, C. H. Smith, Joe Bonto, F. W. Star it,
all of Sprintrficld, Colo.
A. L. BEAVERS. Reglatet.
I N OTICE FOR PU BLICAT .ON
j (Publisher)
U S. Land Office a Lamar,* 010
| Feb. 9.19.7.
Notice is hereby given that Matilda A. Loner,
lof Richards. Colo., who, on Aug. 29 I‘Jll made
Homestead entry N«>. 011004. for ots *\ 7 8. an ll
14 in sec 6, T 38 S, R 44 W.and on April 29, 1915,
made additional H- E. o. 0-7224, for lot I•, Sec
, 5, T 33 south. Range 44 w.-6th Prin. At., has filed
notice of intention to make Final three year P oof
I to establish claim to the land above described, be
fore Silas E. Speckmann. U. S. Co— miseioner. i t
Springfield, Colo., on the 17th day of April, 19>7.
Claimant names as witnesses:
1 F.rnest E. Hinds. OUie Hinds, Harry A. Butler,
Rursell Cunningham, all of Rod ley. C -k>.
A. L, BEAVERS, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Publisher)
Department of the Interior
U S. Land Office at Lamar. Colo. Feb. 10, 1917
Notice is hereby given thut Fo-dinand Schultz,
of Lamar Colorado, who on Dec. 4 191ma*l*-
j Ho"icste«*d entry no- 0)2290 for Lota 1, ".e'-.nw!j
of Section 31. Township 28 South, Range 46 West,
. 6th Prin. Meridian has filed notice of intention
to make Final thrceear pr of to establish claim
to the lant above describ' d, before Silas E.
Speckmann. U. S. Con m- at Springfie d, Colo .
on the 18tli day of April, 1917. w
Claimant nameß aa witnesses:
W. H. Bale, A. L. Smart. L. 1». Gold, Roy Gold.
■ all of Springfield, Colo.
I A. L. BEAVERS. Regiiter.
Sale of School Lands.
Notice is hereby given that I will sell, at pub
lic auction, to the high* St responsible binder, on
I Hi* 4th day of April, 19 7. at 2 o’c’ock p. m ,
] at the office of the St., te Board o£ Land C tnmis-
I aiorers. Cap tol Building, Dtnver, Colorado the
■ following described lands, situated in Bac-i coun
ty, Colorado, viz:
£ j? $ | f Z ?
! : Ills s
% ¥ i I 2.
!:? i I
S’ i 1
: !• S I
n a
I [lessee]
jSE ! i 19 32 546 W $lO J.H.Christy
1 Subject to ary or all easements "r rights of way
hereto f ore legally obtained and now in full force
and effect, if any tbeic be.
| Reserving, however, to the State of Colorado
’ all right to any and all minerals, ores and me' als
I of evei y kind and character, ■ nd dl coal, ss; halt
urn, nl', arid other like substances in or under said
II nd, and the right -t ingress and egress foi the
purpose of m'nlng, t, gett cr with enough of the
surface of the same as may be recess re for the
proper and Convenient working of such minerals
and -ufistances.
I No lan i will be "old at less than the minimum
price per acre, as given above. The parcels will
|be sold as dercr bed above—be the same more or
j le-s The above lund will be offered in tracts of
I not mor • tha • li 0 acre* and not less than 40 acres.
I All to bo sold or nun ', as may b*- det rmin*d by
1 the State Board of Land Commissioner.!.
Terms of pavment shall b as follows, viz:
Lands sol ing for $ .60 to $25 per aero 10 pc cent,
of the purc' asc mone - o. the day of sale the
balunce in eighteen equal annual payments at 6
per cent, per annum Lands selling at more 'han
s2'» per acre and less >han $75 per acre, 20 per cent
cash on the day of sale, the ba ance In fourteen
equal ann ’ l payments a' Tp'rce -tper annum.
. Lands selling for $7-'> and upwsrds. 30 per cent, i
cash a"<T balance in se en equ"l annual payments '
at 7 per ce it in>> rest. If the not
own th improvements, he mud pay for the same '
at sale. Purchaser will ex»cutebo"d. aa provid- 1
ed in Se tion 8 Act of July 11. >906; must be a
ciiizen of ihe United States, ' r one who has de
clared I is intention of becoming such; must pay
I appr»i e ent and advertising fees,
i The Hoard r servea the right to reject any and
all bids.
No sa e shall became effective until approved
by the t*tc Land Board.
I Application No. A 6897.
D->t • sale or-'er- d fiy B -ard, 2—8—17.
Date of sale April 4, 97.
R'YVIOND MILLER.
1 Pres. State Board of Land Commissioners.
March 9- 16,23, 30.
f STARLUMBER GO.
Elkhart, Kansas
WM. C. WASHBURN, MUR.
Now is the Time
| TO BUILD THAT SILO Q
< When you want LUMBER °
I We Want to See You
I \\l L 1 OL I I I Laths, Shingles,
t VV Xli OCILiIJ Lime, Cement, Barb
” " Wjre p<Jsts Coa ,
■ ■ Hardware, or anything else in this line ”,
k| you may want. Ml
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LAMAR-SPRINGFIELD
LUsTE
Leaves Lamar 7:00 a.
m. leaves Springfield,
1:0) p. m. $3.50 one
way, $6.00 round trip]
We always make the
the 4:35 train, going
east
H. 0. Green, Prop.
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|‘ r Let Alman Do It!
IDO WHAT?
Make Your Plans and Build Your house
HE KNOWS HOW
|| Springfield,Colorado. ______
s TBATTON’S HARDWAR -5
Hardware, Furniture
Undertaking
Embalming:
John Deere and Emerson Farm Tools
JUST REUHIIVED A CARLOAD
* OF FURNITURE WE WILL
APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE,
SMALL ACTS AS WELL AS
LARGE. : : : ;
Elkhart, : Kans.
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T GENERAL BLaeKSMITHING I I
I and Horse Shoeing I !
I Both doors open—Walk right in with u-r work. 1
I North Main St., Opposite Court House. 1
|F,H ASHLEY, Springfield Colo. J
’♦l 1 ■ 1 Si
POOL HALL
DANCE EVERY TWO WEEKS :
H. T. HOWARD, Prop.
I | J.A. HUSTON m H l
Contractor and Builder
; 1 VILAS, SPRINGFIELD
Mr. Huston is an Al, and alway gives the be he has
in the shop.
i
!
The Great County Builder
Look List en
: YOU FARMERS =
SitUp-TaKe Notice!
I HAVE just completed a tour through th«* East
i ern. also Southeastern part of Baca county and
bought ever : ; : <:
$2,000 OF SEEDS
Have bought nothing but First class seeds, and
remember nothing passes through my house but
tirst-class seeds, as
I Will Not Handle Inferior Goods
I also have just received a targe shipment of Garden Seeds. They
co’isist of fVo -in corn seed. Maize s ed, Feterita seed, Kaffir corn,
Cane s ed. P.»i> Corn seed, Sweet Corn seen, Field or Indian Corn,
Mexican Beans, Tep- ry Beans, Peanuts. Any other seeds not in
; stock I will order. Remember my motto: Quick sales and small
profit. Everything strictly cash. Do notask for credit as lam
troubled with heart failure.
SPRINGFIELD FEED AND SEED STORE
C. G. PATTERSON, Opposite Court House
For all kinds of Concrete Work
| BURT %
(Colo.
|?:*V • The Do,lar f° r You
Means. Success for Me
! 11l W.rSpSON
I mmfe- aca County Anctioner
Stonington, Colo.
Phone. Call or write me or make ar
'. rsngemc-r.ts at the
;r HERALD OFFICE
A Complete Line of Men’s and Boys
Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Shirts
and Shoes. At Lowest Prices. Give
Us a Call When in Lamar.
Palace Clothier
A. PULTZ
* East Side 2 Doors South Citizens
• State Bank, LAMAR, COLO.
I JETT HARDWARE i* I
1 LDMBER COMPANY |
...TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION..,
DON’T LET THE HIGH COST OF
GASOLINE WORRY YOU. Buv a
MOGUL 8-16 KEROSENE TRACTOR
2-3 Less Cost gives 1-4 mere Power.
I, Price $725.00 F. O B Factory, Chi-
I capo, 111. The Mogul 8-16 is built by
I The International Harvester Co. of
I America, largest, most responsible,
: and most serviceable Co.
in the world.
We handle all kinds of --»w\\\\%
, ..General Hardware..
I Harness, Implements, Wind Mills,
Barb Wire, Well Pipe, Casing, Cylin
ders, Tanks, Beds, Springs, Mat
tresses, Qucensware, Chinawnre
Weber, Baine, and Birdsell Wagons
SPRINGFIELD, COLoTI
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C. G. Ecklea, Pres. Laura Holt, Vice Pres. Sam Holt, Caahier
FIRST STATE BANK
Baca County c«_ ■ r
Depositary opringTield
Safety deposit Boxes for rent.
Ca pita I Stock $ j 0;000.00
i Surplus Funds t 5.000.00

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