The Elbert County Shorthorn Breeders' Association hold
their third semi-annual sale of registered Shorthorns at
ELBERT, COLORADO. OCTOBER 12TH, 1921
25 FEMALES 15 BULLS.
A choice lot of cattle are being offered.
I DEWEY CARNAHAN Secret ary. Elbert, Colorado
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For Sale and Want
LOST OR STRAYED-ONE RED;
bull calf, throe months old. Finder «
please notify N. Imel, Elbert, Colo. I
SIX ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT,
and all furniture for sale. C.
Lorensen, Elizabeth. Colo. 30|p.
For Sale—18 inch heating stove,!
good as new. Price reasonable. |
Chas. Guthals. 7-28.
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Wanted—To hear from owner of
farm for sale. State price. Mrs. W.:
Booth. Box D. Hlpark, Des Moines.
and heating stove. Phone 4 or write
the Tribune, Elizabeth, Colo. .
State of Colorado, ). _ - |
) In The Lis
County of Elbert. ) trict Court
In the Matter of the Peti- )
tion of William L. Erken- )
beck for the Determination)
of Interests in the Lands )NOT£CE
and Tenements of Miflin D.)
Bastian. Deceased, also )
known as Miflin D Bastaln.)
Notice is hereby given that Will
iam L. Erkenbeck has filed in the
District Court in and for the
County of Elbert, and State of Colo
rado, a petition for the determina
tion of interests in the lands and
tenements of Miflin D. Bastian, De
ceased, also known as Miflin D.
Bastain, Deceased, alleging that the
said Miflin D. Bastian died inte
state on October 10, 1900, leaving
certain real estate in the County of
Elbert and State of Colorado, des
cribed as the Southwest quarter of
the Southeast quarter (SW>iSE*4 ),
North half of the Southeast quarter
(N%SEtt), Southwest quarter
(SW *4) Section thirteen (13);
Northwest quarter of'Section Twen
ty-four (24), all in Township Nine
(9) South, Range Sixty-five (65),
West 6th P. M. also a tract of land \
described as follows, to-wit: a piece
of land not exceeding ten acres and
cut off by the County Road and sit
uated in the north-east corner of
the Northeast quarter of the South
west quarter (NE of Sec
tion tweny-four (24 Township nine
(9) South. Range Sixty-five (65)
West 6th P.M, Elbert County, Colo
rado, and that the said Miflin D.
Bastian left surviving his as his
sole and only heir, his widow. Clar
rissa J. Bastin.
NOW THEREFORE, Public No
tice is hereby given that Tuesday,
the Bth day of November. A. D.;
1921, has been fixed by the said]
District Court as the day upon which j
a hearing will be had upon said pe- 1
titlon for the determination of in-j
terest in th lands and tenements
of the said Miflin D. Bastin. dc. |
ceased, and according to the prayer,
of said petition.
WITNESS, F. S. Turner. Clerk'
of said Court with the seal hereun
to affixed, at his office in the city of .
Kiowa. In said County and State.!
this 29th day of September. A D
(SEAL) F. S. TURNER
Clerk of District Court.
Ralp E. Finnicum. Attorney.
First publication Sept. 30, 1921.
Last publication Oct. 28, 1921.
i Orsburn school opened Monday
J ith Miss Vandella Miller as teacher. I
| Albert Br wer and family spent
Sunday at the home of Bon Mcßreen
| Albert Carlson of Arvada was sell
ing some fine tomatoes in the neigh
" El wood Miller and Steave Myers
went to Ft. Collins Monday to resume
their school work. Howard Summers
expects to go next .Sunday.
| Mrr,. C. E. Miller and Miss Elsie
( Johnson motored to Denver Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Weiss were Klo
j wa visitors Sunday.
R L. Monger and Reese Hughes
did some repair work on the school
j house Friday and Saturday.
Grandma Miller spent Tuesday at,
. Albert Brewer’s and In the after
i noon Mr. and Mrs. Brewer and
| Grandma called at the Myrn Wight
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* We can serve yon at your home *
* exactly as satisfactory as if you *
were right in our store. Any *
thing usually kept in a first class *
* jewelry store you will find here. *
(kferf 16th s ‘ r '* ,
\trk, ,c£> F Denver
* Repairing of any kind care- *
* fully attended to. *
Give us a trial.
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* DR. WOLFENBERGER, Dentist *
* Will Be In *
* Parker, Wednesdays
Elizabeth, Thursdays *
Kiowa, Fridays *
* Elbert, Saturdays *
* Every Other Week. *
" DR. C. H. EASTERLING
• Veterinarian *
* Kiowa, - Colorado *
* CARPENTERING CONTRACT- •
* ING. BUILEING & REPAIRING *
* Furniture Repairing and Screen *
* Work a Speciality. *
A. A. La Loude *
» Elbert, Colo. *
MONEY loaned on approved
j Ileal estate security. Lee Ramsey
.605 Empire Bldir.. Denver.
: * B. E. TURNER’S SHOE SHOP
j* (Office of Livery Darn)
* Shoe Repairing
'!* Auto-Curtain Sewing
* Parcel Post Orders attended to
* Work done First-class
* Prices Reasonable
* Elizabeth, Colorado.
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j Several of this neighborhood took
j in the fair at Castle Rock.
| Ira Hammond and family and
nle Phillips were Sunday afternoon;
'visitors at Reese Hughes’.
t Mr. and Mrs Ellis Hughes came
out from Denver Monday and re-j
turned Tuesday. They also visited!
tholr daughter Mrs. Frank Hart of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sager and Ira
Sager were callers at L. A. Miller’s
Reese Hughes’home was complete-
I ly destroyed by fire Sunday evening
I The cause is not known but supposed
I to be from a defective flue. Mr and
I Mrs. Hughes were at the school house
I when they discovered the fire and
I by the time they and some of the
I neighbors got there It was beyond
| control, and only a few pieces of
I I furniture were saved Mr. Hughes
I and his family are at present staying
I at R. L. Munger’s.
UPPER RUNNING CREEK.
J Chas. Litherland and wife autoed
jto Pueblo Monday to attend the
• state fair, returning Saturday.
| J D Mead. S. Adams, Gun Kunze.
t \ T J. Church and L. M. Phillips had'
, their threshing done this week by a
gas tractor. /
We give our new editor a hearty :
.'welcome and wish our retiring one <
I will hold a Public Sale at the old F. M. Murch Ranch, 3 miles north and 3 miles west of Elizabeth,
I mile east and 2 miles south of Hill Top, on „ , . ..
Tuesday, October 11, ’2l
Sale to commence at 10:30 a. m. sharp. The following described personal property to-wit:
41 HEAD OF CATTLE AND HORSES
lUf j saddle mare; 1 gray mare, 3 years old, wt. 900 lbs.;
/ ' bay mare, wt. 900 lbs. |
FARM MACHINERY and MISCELLANEOUS
I No. 53A Beatrice cream separator, good as new; 6 ten-gallon milk cans; ! set of double harness;
I corn sheller; I Monitor drill; I farm wagon, with box, good as new; 1 corn cultivator; I corn plan
iter; I two-section harrow; 1 Deering corn binder: 1 Deering rake. Some hay; 1 stack of straw, 1 disc.
1 1920 Model Ford touring car, and other articles too numerous to mention.
Some household goods.
I TERMS OF SALE -All sums of $lO.OO and under cash. Sums over $lO.OO a credit of 6 month',
j time v:ill be given purchaser giving bankable note bearing 8 percent, interest from date. 2 per
y cent discount will be allowed for cash on sums over $ 1 0.00. Settlement must be made on day oX sale.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON. BRING YOUR OWN CUPS.
CARL URBASCHEK, Owner
FRED ALBIN- Auctioneer. 1 n v B. U. JAMISON, Clerk
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' Tribune-Banner Print, ELizabeth, Colo.
I SERVICE F “ d Owners 1 I
With ' • St j
We can repair ANY 6; y *2%!£*J~ ne 0
“wit 0 :;’ ° r CORK INSERT
r . . ’ BRAKE LINING
Engine. rca rows
Stops rattling and shaking—makes
—L —*——— the brake quick-acting and urprimnxlv
•month. Requires only slight pressure on the
_ pedals-makes Ford driving a teal pleasure
t IiUINL 28J - Advance Cork Inseit ia far the cheapest in
the end. One aet outwears three sets at
wr m w m _ ordinary lining -taves you the expense ami
P KNAPP A CON inconvenience of rt.lining the brakes.
Advanc* C< rk Ir.tert come* mm plot* with »!*•«■.
r««dy to fnttall. All ■atamooiln n*c»'»»itie« ar-
IT I 17 A DCTLI Pr\ 1 Pi cmrrftd in our up-to-date MMMOry il*p«it»w’«
LL IZj/\ D L 1 n, UU L.V-'. Drive in and leave your ton I for an hour or *o
drlv* it away equipped with ADVANCE CORK
A baby girl came to take up her
abode <«• ihi hoi-e of Mr and M - :.
Frank \!.* » <oe day last week.
Mr. Poison's sale Tuesday was
veil attended and stock brought
ja fair price.
Verna Phillips from Elbert and
Ralph Litherland from the Elizabeth
M clety, attended the Christian En
deavor State Convention at Denver
j Saturday and Sunday.
Harold Carson, accompanied by hla
aunt. Miss Allen, spent Sunday in
CARD OF THANKS.
I To our friends and neighbors, wej
I wish to extend our heartfelt thanks
for the kind sympathy sis wn ua at
the death of our son and brother
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Boeton and
Maybe they rouge so ns to get a
i modest feeling of having something on.
j We used to try to get rich quick;
* now we're lucky If we get poor alow
The crusaders ngnlnst baby talk are
a great distance from their own child
| The Senate has decided that scrap
ping the nnvy won’t end the world’s
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