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m-m-M 0. W. Itah.-oek and family j were in Kill iiart Tuesday. I L. C. Davis of here and intends to moye onto his piaos soon. I Ollie Hankins spent Fricia.v night iSuh Grace and Velma Newton. ’ Arthur Ammurmanand family visited Mrs. Ammurman’s par ents in Oklsboma a few days. Mrs. Joe Snyder left Thu i s day to visit her daughter, Mrs. Richardson, near Trinidad. Fay McCoy spent Friday with Basel and Alberta O’Maley. Breezy Ridge llr. Bnrrough’s and family ar rived at their new home thie weeg to atay and be one of old Rreesy’a neighbors. Glad to have good neighbors, as Mr. Burroughs and family will be. Thomaa Nell and family spent | Sunday at the Scarbrough ranch. Lewie Reed and James Mich-1 ael killed two large coyotes this | week. The; were so tame they came up in the yard after the | chickens. Mrs. James Michael had a nice birthday dinner. Several of the neigbboragatbered in and par took of the good things that was prepared for the oocassion. It being aueb a bad windy Sunday, there were aeverai that didn't get therotnd they missed quite a treat. Those present were Mrs. CeorggReed, Mrs. Eikew, Mrs. C. F. g»ept, and children Rolla. »r Kathryn Stout, Al iQilBe and Florence Eskew was enjoyed. Yaold bia store at Joy Jackaon. The new II take charge Tues- Sophs Won the Day j thi. great =je iew that Sprinp >1 till ihe Sopho n up to the fact, (• held their class ' made a peunanti more -1” wiitten on ■ mon. of the eventful 1 the Sophs planned to be ilrty minutes late. They were; end in due time they went marching ir. with their banner of purple and gold float, ing and «ent Up about fifty Soph omore yell* wbifib ruined l bc whole town and • the surprise 1 ! Juniors sat with mouths open and the Freshies who bad never heard tell of the like before sat trembling, and wondered just what waa going to happen. The Sophs hung up their class colors and bad taken their seats before the Juniors got over their shock. Then the English teach er wanted to know what "as the matter with the rest of the school and if they were going to stand for all that Then some of the Juniors made a dive (or the Sophomore cobra. Then three hard fights took place and the Juniors and Freshman had to side in togeth ei to keep the Soph's from killing them. Any way it came out' in favor of the Sophomores. One Fresh girl was reported to have lost 44 square inches of skin, and one Fresh boy is said to have lost nine teeth. The rest of the Freshies and the Juniors were afraid to report what they lost. 1 JOHN I. MINOR S Springfield, Colorado. * farm lands, cattle ranches, farm loans, homesteads. ; list your property with me for a quick sale OR EX ‘fe CHANGE. AM CORRESPONDING WITH A LARGE NUMBER OF # LIVE EASTERN BUYERS WHO WANT BACA COUNTY FARMS # ife AND RANCHES. I HAVE A GOOD LIST OF MISSOURI FARMS , TO EXCHANGE FOR BACA COUNTY LAND. CALL TO SEE ME 1, AND TALK IT OVER. Will make you a liberal Farm Loan at Ifr the lowest prevailing rate of interest ■7' 1 ,j. and long time payment. Remember sfe 'fp I am always on the job and atyour ser -jt, vice. JOHN I. MINOR Springfield | 4 ±#*#***#l***#!&*### i k# The Sophs were so prnud after h’tving won the day that they were .ittinK on the bank" of Cat ;creek P.bina and having a picnic when t; Juniors Caine along and gotstu t*l* he whole crew I had to it «r.d push, who said the Sophs didn’t laugh. The Juniors stated in that edi torial of theirs lact week that the Sophs never caught anything hut a su~ker. Well no wonder, wo had nothing for bait but some of the Freshmen and Junior hides, you think any other fish would bite on that kind of bait? Obicka China a Cbow, Chica China a Cheat, The Jews and Freshies got beat. Sophmore, Sopbmore, We’re the stuff. Juniors and Freshies Are just a bluff. Strawberry Shortcake Gooseberry pie, | 'V-i-O-T-O-R-Y- I Are we in it? | Wei 1 , I guess. iSophomre, Soph-Soph I Yes! Yrsl ves! Clyde Several from this vicinity at tended the Frost sale Friday. Mr. Frost and family expect to go to the oil fields in Oklaho ma where they will live. Hobart Pearce has received hie discharge from Camp Funs ton and returned to hi* home. Roy Davis has gone to Kansas. Mr, Hiney and family came last week from Oklahoma to visit their son, Art Hiney and family. Several broomnorn buyers were in this neighborhood last week. If you want to see something really servioible, take a look at the Gand B blackboard—you use it free. If the Sophs get in as late with their lessons as they were with their copy this week —the fresh it s may beat them under the ropes. Graft Bob Pilgrim has been discharg ed from the army and has return ed with bis wife to tbeir claim. The literary at the Bear school house was well attended. livery one is invited to come out and help. Pierce Johnson was one of our young men to giveThta life for the cause. He was killed eight days before the armistice was signed. The (jeath 0 f Mrs. Frank Wheeler was a surprise to our neighbors. The bereft ones have the sympathy of the entire community, West Flats Ray came in ooutaat with the flue while in Lamar. He is get ting along nicely. Mrs. C. C. Campbell and daugh ter Mabel visited with the Mrs. Evans Friday. It is reported that Joe Thorpe is going to buy a new threshing machine, It surtly is a neces sity in this neighborhood. C. C. Evans and family spent Thursday evening* with A- Seymour’s. Mr. Jackson bought Homer’s scire, and went the next day for a load of ffoijr to help stock up. Sandwell Tom Konke' and family have moved into our neighborhood and we welcome them. George Malian and Krawner took hro meorri t. Elkhart this week. Grover Kester is putting in a hardware store at Campo and will open up next week, having moat of his goods there no v Mrs. Sawyers, who has been in Elkhart taking treatments, is home again much improved. Fred Hughes and wife have got home again, bringing some milk cows with him. They ex pect to spend tho summer here. Ed. Belts are moving onto the Sutherland place. We are sor ry to lose ouch good neighbors- Mr. More and family of Kansas have rented farms in this vicin ity. Elmer Terry and wife took Sunday dinner with G?orge Ma han’s. North Flats We have been having some good soring weather. Wheat is looking tine in this locality. Quite a number are sowing spring wheat and oats Quite a crowd attended the Sewell sale Wednesday. Ira Chon nveth and Jesse Clif ton made a trip to the cedars! this week after wood. Elsa Oxenreider and Verna j Henson have been attending the eighth grade examination at! North Liberty. J. W. Hazel has been assessing! in the north side of the county; this week. Pride Mrs. Wm. Caldwell entertain edabunctrof young people to dinner Sunday. All report a fine time. The proceeds of the pie social Saturday evening were nearly $29.00 A good crowd was in at tendance and the last payment was made on the schonl building. Charley Carr and M. Branden borg motored to Elkhart Wednes day. Mr. Snyder accompanied by bis sister and Mrs. Dunivan of near Richards attended tbe pie social Saturday evening. A number of young people of I this vicinity attended services at Mt. Carmel Sunday evening. Mrs. Bertha Caldwell and Son, Bob Holler and family spent Sunday at W, L. Maaemores. There will be a social dance given at the Sartin place Satur day evening. Bob Holler is helping Dave Dixon build fence this week. Some of our young people at tended the dance at Hagner’s near Cami>o Th. r.sday ivght. Pilot Point Some fine weather for this l time of year. ! Frank Swanson is breaking sod 1 for Roy Hickcox. Mrs. Boles and childen cam< down Wednesday. i R. 1. iohnson returned from ; the east Monday and has beer : sick ever since Some in this community have b.en hiving a swell time with | the mumps. El ner Johnson and wife > sit ed W. L. Tandy’s Sunday. S L. Hickcox went to Lunar M°ndaji. Coal, Feed, and Seed Store €f§N=* Coal, Barbed Wire, Eclipse Windmills Moine Farm Imp ements « Fairbanks-Morse Feed Grinders and Engines, and m > Fairbanks-Morse Scales. Well Casing and Piping Pay CASH For HIDES £ Sell Strictly for Cash. Quick Sales, Small Profits JP / ■ 1,1 C. G. PATTERSON Springfield, Colorado OKLARADO 16-40-50 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Irvin B'idweii on Mar. 31. i baby boy. Moody Eaton and James took broomcorn to Lamar this week. Miss Agnes Clemmons came from Kansas. City Sunday to pend the summer with her -•ousin, Mrs, C. C. Crawford. ! C. G. Crawford went to Spring-' ield Tuesday to settle up the es-| i ite of N. A. Smith. Mooseland Henry Furney got his well fix-. ed this week, so that it pumps] water alright now. Joe Dunn, Albert Harris and a \ number of others returned from I Lamar witb freight Sunday. I A large crowd attended Will, lohnson’s sale Wednesday. Ted Dunn, who has been quite tick, is improving some. Has had sciatica rheumatism. Agatha Allphin has been very low with pneumonia, but is n iw up and doing fine- Adolph Hutches spent Sunday with home folks. Everybody busy so not inucii news this week. Richards Homer Kerns made a business | trip to Elkhart Tuesday. < Mrs. Dunivan traded Harry I McClintock a span of mares for | a span of muies last Tuesday. Jack Dapon was a Springfield | visitor Friday. We understand Fred Snyder has rented the Collins iilace. Mrs. Earl Clapp ind children I spent Monday at Hankins'. Mrs. Joe Snyder has gone on a visit to her daughter's at Trini dad. | Gale Johnson has gone lo Elk hurt.' : Jim Newton has rented Ada ! Jackson'S pluc. for this year, i S. D. Potter and Bennie were j Springfield visitovsrFiiday. j Otto Kiaenski and J. -se Turn er are the b>:3 well drillers I’hiy struck water at Vernon Miller’s place at 175 ft We understand th * v ! driller 1 ,v ■ i beat Dan Duniva. s T-. d y. Here is hoping they will i i e as lucky as at Miller's. Me understand that Clyde 1 I! ndrickson bought daily Cown's .m. Tex Stephens has rent e it for this year. virs. John Geo g .v .s t--.fi a R chants Saturday. The threshing m icbin, s are ail I kept pretty busy in llieie pu ts Eddie Steen and Pauld Turk,- t-.ok dinner at the Dunivan home S .turday. < There is going t>, be a big Eas i program at Murry. Ever.v il iy come end bring some one. \: i you. ' Ve understand Gm. Steen will le sale bills struck forth > 23. : urge and John ur > going to the < tielde to work. Dan Lockwood of Pride is heip- I mg thresh in this neighborhood Bert Glasgow bought a fine Jack and brought him home Sun day. ZION 6-40-50 Orville Thompson and Joe 8,.yil made a lrip to the cedars this week. pie ret and Guiicb seeded their footnoora this week “the lust j >l> of the season. Pob Robbins pnd family are all j down with the flue. Frank Glen is down sick—sup posed to haye the fluo. Rarve Kidder ha® been helping \fr. Fair" stark this week. I Frank Kidder. Lincoln Hager i man nnd Emtnettp Simpson went | to Lamar with broomcorn. | The boys hnd a hall canoe Sat urday, organized a team and will fplav every Saturday this season. | Moat everyone ia getting ready i for spring crops. ! The old Zion Sunday school has come to life again. There i were twenty tivp out today and |wo had a pood school. Now let I us “keep hp** a going." I A great jam last night at the ' Minstrel entertainment. Come again tomorrow night. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR S. Land Office at Lamar. Coin. Mar. 10, 1819. W'.ica Is hereby given that John L. Jonea. of Kenton. Colo., who on Autr. Si. 1915. and Apr. *’o. 19U. made Hd. entries No. 0t"477 and °2192R- for tot 3, •«' p'nw'i aw'-,, aw' , ne 1 .. S-c. T, and no 1 . itnd Lot 5, See- It), and iw'.i ra l i Sec. 3. all T. 35 south, Kanve 50 w„ Gth p. Meridian, haa notice of intention to make final three to establish claim to ♦ ’iland n' ore described • before tbe J'tdire of the County Court at Snrtnßflelrt, C dorado, on the 1 • day of Mpy, 191°. Claimant name* ns witnesses; J. D. Ivey. Horace Hughes. Harry Capsntlcy, ntl Wlllio Nugent, all of Kenton- Oklahoma. A. L. BEAVcrS. Register Notice for Publication Department of the Interior U R Land Office at i-nmar, Colo. Mae. 14- 1919. Notice is hereby jrive" that Isaac Presley, of Estoiene, Colo, who on S pt. 29- 915- made home stend entry No 019117 for w'<s of Sec. 29 Tow-.-hip 2 south, ranyc b 0 west 6th Principal Meridian.; has filed notice of intention 'o make threo-year proof, to establish claim tc the land above de scribed. before tho clerk of the District Court* at Sprinsrfleid. Co'o. on the 15th day of May, 1919- Claimant na"'es as witnesseit: Ed IT. P. French Frntik Craiir. T. S. Presley . Jess Thompson, all of Ectelcne Colo. A L REAVkRS. Resist*? . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Us land offlea at Lamar- Colorado, Feb. 21. 1919, Natico is hereby given that Arthur Gintz. of Springfield. Colo.. Maxcy route, who on Feb. 15 1916, made homes!end entr.v, No. 0 1 9419, for L4>*. 1. 2. s’ ne’ ~ nnd n'A *e' iof Sec. 1. T. 29 S.. R. 4 W., and on I'cb. 25, 191'. made Addl. H. E. Sop ial No. 020038. for Lota 4 and 6 of a»c. G. T. 29 S .. Rat'Re West 6th Principal Mer'dlf in has filed notice of intention to make ha nl three year proof to estahlish claim ta she land above described before Silas E. Spcckman n. U. S. Com., at Spr'.iißlield Colorado, on t he 13th day of May. 1919. ‘ Inlmmt namns '.s witnesses: C. N. Curt, nnd Ted Parker lujth of SprinL'fk ild, Colo., 11. Aminann. and A. J. srael, both of Maxey. Colo. A. L BEAVER'. Rojrister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. B. Land Office :i t Lnrnar Colo. Feb. 35.1919. Notice it hereby Riven t ! i«t Rufus E. G rishatn. <>j* Vilas. Colo.. Who. on Dec >Hh. 1.915, made Hd. entry. No 013333, for lot 7, ».e nvr’-i, o'/iswl.i, aw i w ,61 EU 4, i •:•* iw .••ad t» -jt •'* ol section Township 32 South. Range, -15 W., dth Prill, M*r- li-'s filed notice of indention to make 3 year proof, to 'blish c'aln;» to the land as nbovo deecr.b*d, b*fi-ru RctristoV arid RuceiveJ U. S. - and, office at Lamar, Goto., on th* H day of May, 1919. Clamimant names aa witnesses. Clyde E. Graham. W. R. Jackson, J. J. Minton, nnd Leu Winfrej . all 11) of Vilas, Colo. A. L. BEAVERS, Register. NOTICE I Oil VUULIGATION Dep.'irtnient t>f tiie Int«.-rior, U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado, March 17. 191'J. Notice i:-- hereby given tliat Lore lire c!. Gold, of Liituar, Colorado, who, or March 13, 191 1, made homeitlcad. cn • try. No. 014124, for SVi Section 26, Tow; .. I ship 28 S.. Range 17 W., 6tlt Princlpi i Meridian, has filed notlae of intentlo -i to make final thr»j« year proof, to e< 3- tnblish claim to the land above deacrP o- I ed, before Clerk of tho District Coul *t, lat Springfield, Colorado, on the 1| th j duy of May, 1919. 1 Claimant names as witnesses: I Robert D. Gold, of Lamar, < nlenti .0, Dun Chenow'ith. of Bpring;fleld, Cab j.; Floyd Chonowith. of Sprinsrfleid. CoJio.: Hoy T. Gold, of Lamar. Colorado I A. L. BEAVERS. Register. Baca County Abstract Co! W. M. STB WERT. 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