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. ROBERT C. FALLON
CHIROPRACTOR Palmar Graduate Taka Adjustments .and Enjoy Good Health iij Attendant from 2 to 5 P. U. Io d Floor Phillips County Baal Bulldlns Phone 76 roko. Colorado •ARM LOANS I AND INBURANCE: WARREN S. HATHEWAY )fflce over First National Bank lOLYOKE, - COLORADO ICHESTERS PILLS among BRANO <*s?'**’ for CItI-CHR3-TKR 3 A iOND J kaND PILLS in Rr.D lod/iX , metallic boxes, scaled with Blue(4/J >n. Takb no oiHRU. BosTyoarV/ ,1.1 ,ud link ft»P y si»>>' u RIUMI PILT.n, for twenty-five rc-ardc.l a» llest, Safest, Always Reliable. LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & EVERYWHERE ££££ lyoke Lodge No. 76 1.0.0. F. TS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT Visiting Brothers Welcome >ld Chlrnslde Noble Bhmr la Grand Bacratary BEN L. GARMAN LAWYER HOLYOKE. COLORADO ' CLAUDE D. WALROD j .Lawyer HOLYOKE. COLO. 1 HWWrn»W*»Wf^ *********************** W. D. KELSEY Attorney - at - Law HOLYOKE. COLO. ' Practice in all Colorado ! Courts. ; F++l i I I I »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦ F. A. JOHNSON Bent for Llfa and Haalth Ina. SAS CITY LIFE INS. CO., AND TFORD ACCIDENT A INDEM- I CO. le Paoli Stale Bank Ll COLO —I perfect HEAjil [)'* £HL •»**!» the yatem in part— I "• "'■•Ll. Ik. b0%,.L and praOvo. A VIGOROUS BODY •oYrraitn remnly for tick h«a<l*ch«, cosalipalMM, utt’s Pills Herman R. Niehaus Veterinarian No. 265 _ _ Phana MOO Holyoke, Colo. ■ ULLAGE’S •g-Type Durocs * r<l ~os ra alrad by Cotorado 1 hm H.mation and Coartra* ! T ' uo » FOR SALE *C G.MILLAGE 01-YOKE, . COLORADO ! I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION 280 A. 028275 Addl., 028370 Addl. U. S. LAND OFFICE at sterling, Colo rado. August 7, 1921. Notice Is hereby given that William B. Kelsey, of Kern. California, who, on November 10. 1921, made Additional Stock-raising Homestead Entry, Serial No. 028275, for the NWK SWK Seotlon 29 and the NEK SEK, SEK NEK. Sec tion 30, and, who on November 10, 1921, made AddlUonal Stock-raising Home stead Entry, Serial No. 028370, for the SK NK, Seotlon 33, all in Township 8 North, Rango 13 West. Sixth Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final three year Proof, to estab- Hah claim to the land above described, before- Earl A. Bagby, United States Commissioner R>r the Southern District of California, Northern Division, at Barkersfield, California, and the, wit nesses before O. H. Holland, Clerk of the District Court, at Holyoke, Colo rado, on the 26th day of September. 1924. Claimant names as witnesses: Theron Shaw, Dave Masten, George Fincher, Ray Sceboldt all of Holyoke Colorado. E. T. CONQUEST, .w . Register. First Publication August 14, 1924. Last Publication September 11, 1924. NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION TO DETERMINE THE DESCENT OF THE REAL ESTATE OF DANIEL BOYER, DECEASED. State of Colorado ) County of PhiPln* ) 88 ‘ In the District Court. No. In the matter of the petition of George W. Walter for the determination of In terests in the lands and tenements of Daniel Boyer, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM TO BE HEIRS AT LAW OF DANIEL BOYER, DECEASED AND TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID PETITION: You, and each of you. will take notice that on the 7th day of August A. 1 D. 1924, George W. Walter filed his petition in the above entitled cause, in which he alleges that Daniel Boyer died intestate on the 12th day of January A, D. 1892, leaving as his sole and only heirs at law, the persons hereinafter named, and being seized at the time of his death of an estate in fee simple In and to the Northeast quarter of Section three (3) in Township seven (7) North, of Range forty-three (43) west of the 6th P. M. in Phillips County, Colorado; that sgld petitioner is now the sole owner of said lands as the grantee through mesne Conveyances from all of said persons who were left as the sole and only heirs at law of said decedent, and prays for a judicial ascertainment and determination of the descent of the title to said lands. That the names of the said alleged heirs at law of said Daniel Boyer, de ceased, are as follows: Mary E. Boyer, widow; Harvey Boyer, son; Myrtle Boyer, now Myrtle Mellon, daughter; and Gertrude Boyer, now Gertrude Stees, daughter. It is alleged that all of said heirs were of full legal age and under no legal disability at the time they con veyed said lands on January 26, 1907. • You will further take notice that the 29th day of September A. D. 1924 at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of said day has been fixed by the order of this Court duly made and entered of re cord on the 9th day of August A. D. 1924 as the day and time for the hearing of said petition, at or before which time, , you nnd all persons interested therein may appear nnd nnswer said petition and set up any proper defense to the same, or any part thereof, or intervene nnd protect any interest you may have. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, at Holyoke, Colorado, this the 12th day of August A. D. 1924. (Seal) O. H. HELLAND. Clerk of the District Court First Publication August 14, 1924. Last Publication September 1L 1924. SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE I By virtue of Decree In Foreclosure , and order of sale issued out of the Clerk's office of the County Court of . Phillips County, and State of Coloradv. and to me directed, whereby I atu commanded to make the sum of Four Hundred Ninety-four and 17-100 Dollars (1494.17), and routs of suit, the amount of a certain Judgment recently ob tained against Edward Spohn and Marie Spohn in favor of International Har vester Comjutny ytf America, a Cor poration. which said Judgment was de clared to bo a lien upon the following described property, to-wit: The South Half and the Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty-four (34) Trie South Half and the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, and the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty seven (27) In Township Six (6) North, llange Forty-live (45) nil of Phillips County. Colorado, together with nil and singular tenements, her cdltnmrnts. appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wine appertaining.. Therefore, according to said com mand. 1 shall expose for sale, at Pub lic Auction, All the Interest of Edward Spohn und Marie Spohn In and to the above described property, on Saturday tho Thirteenth day of September. 191’4. nt Ten o’clock A. M. nt the West Front door of the Court House in Hol , yoke, Phillips County. Colorado. ' Dated nt Holyoke, this 20th day of August 1924. W It BEV A HD. Sheriff of Phillips County | W D. KELSEY. Attorney. I !»nte of first Publication August 21, 1924 Date of Inst Publication Sept. 11, 1924 Let a Herald Went Ad be you salesman—PHONE M. MINES FULL OF GEMS CAUSE OF TROUBLE Tho story of how Manhattan lend, now worth countleaa million*, wee purchased front th«» Indiana for *24 la known to every schoolboy nut suppose Mnnhultnn Island. Instead of being situated In the central part of the coast of North America, had been , located In an obscure part of the i Routh Sean. And Hint II hnd been ' rich In ruby and sapphire mines. And I thnt the two men who bought It from llm natives worn sole owners of It. and when they tiled left a will' be* queathlng It to a granddaughter of | one and the grandson of the other I providing the two legatees should marry within one year after the death ef tho Isolators And ihnl they both wore already married. but not to each other, and n elanee In tho will gave the Inland back Io I ho natives It the white holla did not carry out the terms of the will. PHILLIPS COUNTY HBRALD Republican Women Start National Campaign ■ -watt** -itOM w Urn. Alvin T. Hert, vie* chairman of the Hepuhllcan National committee, hm Just Announced the opening of the National headquarters of the women’s bureau of the rmnpnlgn on the second floor of the Wrlgley building, Chicago. Eastern headquarters have been opened In New York city. This is one ol the situations In “The Man From Broadney's" Vita graph's special production directed by David Smith, which will be shown at the Peerless Theatie next Wed PUBLIC :: SALE i \ I As we are leaving the county, we will sell at Public Auction, at our place located 22 miles southeast of Holyoke, and 14 miles southwest of Lamar, commencing at 11 oclock the following property, on / WED., Sept 10th Lunch will be served by the Ladies of the Pleasant Valley Church j 6 Horses & Mules One team, well matched, mare and gelding, 11 and 12 yrs. Mj I old, wt. 2600; 1 team bay geldings, 8 and 9 yrs. old, wt. 2800; H 1 black saddle horse, 10 yrs. old; sorrel mule coming yearling WW ■ JtoFMSKi 28 Head of Cattle :28 Fourteen head milch cows ranging from 3 to 9 yrs. old; 4 coming 2-yr-old heifers; 1 two-yr-old steer; 8 head calves age from 1 month to 8 months; 1 pure bred Hereford bull, 2 yrs 9 HOGS, POULTRY FEED, SEED, ETC. _ . , i . i l Sixty-five acres corn in field; 20 acres Fourteen head young .hoaU, 1 boar . X , >tack ry<! , lraw . , , tack hog; 40 dozen chickens; some young cane; 1 stack hay; 2 sacks sweet clover chickens; 1 pair guineas. «eed; 1 sack black cane seed. FARM MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS One John Deere 2-row; 1 John Deere wide-tread lister; 1 John Deere disc; 1 Emer son 2-row; 1 wagon; 1 hayrack; 1 Primrose cream separator; 1 Sears-Roebuck cream separator; 1 water tank; 1 supply tank; 1 saddle; 2 sets work harness. HOUSEHOLD GOODS:—2 chairs; 1 rocking chair; 1 table; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 stove; 2 bed steads. ____________ TERMS: Sums of $25.00 and under, cash; on sums over that amount, 6 months’ time will be given on approved bankable notes with interest at 10 ° per annum. 2 discount ’ will be allowed for cash on all sums over $25.00. Parties desiring credit must make ar rangements with Clerk before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Sherman & Leonard Hotaling COL. G. M. HITT, Auctioneer FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Clerk nesday and Thursday. The play Is a plcturization of the novel of the same name by George Barr McCut cheon. The all-star cast Is headed by J. Warren Carrigan. You Bet! Women are bound to have the laat word even If they have to turn to the laet page of the book ArsL Possibly. Doesn't It help a man to 1-now that people will still be talking favorably about him 100 years ufter he Is dead? Maks It Four Times. Think twice before you speiik and half the time you won't hear what tlie otlfiT man Is saying to you. FARMERS- Car of International Harvester Twine. Prices right Holyoke Best and Tip Top flour. Mill Feeds. Custom grinding like • you want it. : . . Coal, Posts and Salt. . . . We can save you money on your oil, greases and paints. Holyoke Farmers’ Co.-Op. Elevator Company. PHONE 54. R- c. stout, manager : Putting it ofF today won’t get it dope tomorrow. An advertisement in this paper today will bring business tomorrow.