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Meeker. Colorado. SATURDAY. MAY 12. 1«V1. JAMES LYTTLE. Editor &. Publishor Enter ' County. Coin., us * t ii'iid-clnwi mail matter. 1 BUMS; rou sruscHintos. One Year * ~ - 5 j If paid In advance - t/J mil AUVEBTISISO. Profewdorml Cards, per Mi nth f t* 00 One inch, display, per Month - 00 lontfa ' ' 1 Three Inches, per Month 4 00 Four Inches, t»er Month 5 (W j Flvolnol ' " 10 00 I Twenty Inches (1 column) per Month . l.'»'/• Professional Cards, when paid in advance, *15.00 per y ear. Local Notice», fifteen r ents per line for first Insertion and ten rents for each subsequent Insertion. LejftU notices ten coots per lino for rm h insertion. All coimnunlcatl«>ns should lw addressed to T1IK MHr.KF.lt HERALD, Meeker, Colorado. I HOME NEV/S CATTLE ROUND-UP. The North Side round-up will meet | at Wolf creek on Sunday. May UOth. Gi:«*. W. UnsDßit ks. a-'l-ml*-' Captain. The South Side round-up will meet at! Rangel? on Friday. June Ist. A. R. C'unciiLOW, m 26 Captain. | The Clark surveying oullit took the held Tuesday. The warm days of the past week have caused the trees to “show their colors.'' * To-night's dramatic entertainment at the opera house will he a corker. Don't | miss it. Thos. KildufT was reeleete*l to tlie Coal Creek scliool board. Tom takes an interest in school matters—even if he is a bachelor. The election for school directors in this District (No. l)on Monday resulted I in the choice of S. I*. Wear, ns presi-1 dent, and B. J. Nicliol*, as treasurer. | The management of the Meeker opera liouse allowed a spirit of enterprise in .securing the great Hyland, who just i closed a GGO-night run at the Strand theatre at White Hirer Citv. “Nine to one on Craig," and iin mediately a Meeker “plunger” yelled “Thirteen to one on the Invincibles.* And so it went around tin* public resorts * until a late hour tiiis morning. Dick Tovey has been appointed sheep inspector for this county, vice G. S. Allsebrook, declined. Dick will en force the law against the threatened ‘ invasion of diseased Utah sheep. The first lady to he elected to a public i office in tins neck o’ the woods is Mrs. i L. L. Devlin, slie being one of the sue- \ I cessful contestants in the Mesa district I as a member of the school board. ' The Odd Fellows will give an enter tainment on Tuesday evening, the ffbtli ! inst. It will consist of musical and lit- ' erary exercises, and the best talent of j Meeker Is already preparing for the; occasion. Dr. Bruner lias been kept quite busy i the past week setting fractured noses, j fingers and the like—results of monkey- j mg with the national game. He has ! been retained bv the Meeker boys to act as club physicinn this afternoon. John M. Dunn proved to the clerk 1 of the county court on Monday that lie | was entitled to 170.48 acres of Uncle Sam’s domain situated on liig Beaver. Kd Archer and Harry Niblock supply ing the necessary corroborating testi mony. See the “Flower of the Family” and : “Deception,” at the opera liouse to night. A laugh all night; a smile for a month, guaranteed. Rubbling over with bright new songs, funny liues and situations. Elegant costumes and stage settings. The freedom of the city is cordially extended to our neighbors from Craig while they are here, but don't fool with the water plugs or the electric light wires, and by all means don't get on or or off the cable cars while they're in motion. On next Friday the Meeker school will close for the term, and in the even ing an entertainment will bo given by tlie pupils in the court house hall. The exercises will begin at 8 o'clock sharp, and all who wish to attend nro respect fully urged to he in their scats a little before tiiat time. Herman I’feiffer has completed the new abutment of the town bridge, replacing the old oil the south side, which lias been in an unsafe condition for some time past owing to the wash ing away of the embankment. The new abutment, like all of Herman's work, is complete in every detail and will last for ages. The sheepmen of the county, who have been located here for years, pay taxes and have their home? here, are up in arms against the admission of the migratory Hocks of diseased Utah sheep, and energetic measures will he taken to keep them out of the White River val ' ley. This is right. The valley is stocked | to its full capacity with both cattle and sheep and the advent of thousands of .diseased l! »cks would be very detri ! mental to established interests, and ' the addition to our tax list, if any. would ' not compensate for the damage. The closing exercises at the court house next Friday evening promise to j he of Interesting and entertaining char lacier. Everybody is invited, but it i> 1 hoped that parents who wav he the 1 happy jMissessors of children of tender j years will arrange to leave the “dear I little cherubs” at borne to the end that “peace and harmony may prevail." Tm; llkuald takes the liberty of uiak- I ing this suggestion in the interest of a j long-suiTeriug public. j All the sick and disabled on South | Fork are calling on Hilly Carver these i days invoking the aid of his knowledge lof the healing art in their behalf; but i Billy says he Is only a medical student and refers them to the regular physi- 1 clans. He, however, departed from his' usual custom the other day when a I neighbor came rushing in suffering 1 from toothache. Billy got a pair of J wire pinchers ruul yanked the aching j member out. The Craig Giants arrived last evening I and are registered at the Meeker hotel. The club is composed of *he following 1 I members: Banncy. J. McKcver, R. i Kamiey. A. Bennett, B. Garrett, F. H 0. G1 I S • 11. < ter, C. Ca.>i<T and Clarence Bronough. j Billy Stewart * who really belongs in ! Meeker) will act us mascot, with Fatty i Smith as substitute. Billy (Hies is I master of transportation. “Here’s yer'bus for the ball grounds; the only line running right to the grand i I stand entrance; going out in five 1 minutes; only GO cents for the round trip!" “Kerringe for the ball grounds; : takes you there and back for the small sum of GO cents and a picture of the Meeker mascot; going right out. sir !' These and similar exclamations will be , heard on the hack - land this afternoon. Harnessmaker liarlke has a very’ pre cocious kid. The little fellow took the I j baby carriage to play “boat* with in the river back of the family n -tdence. The swift water took the “boat” down j the stream ; it lodged near the bridge, and when fished out it was minus a I wheel. All this happened Thursday. | and little Hcinhold still eats Ins meals * oIT the mantel-piece. I Cards were received in Meeker Tues ! day evening announcing the approach ; ing marriage of Lewis Boyd Waihridge and Adelaide English Wash, which will i take place at Mount Stirling. 111., on . Thursday, May 17th. at the residence ol ; ! Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Wash. In due I time Tin; llkrai.d will twice proper . note of the event. | If you want to enjoy « real healthy. I hearty laugh go to the opera house to > night and see the original and only < Hyland—imported especially from Cali-1 fornia for the occasion at a fabulous cx i pense to the management. The last dramatic entertainment of the season. | You can’t afford to miss it. I A Hangely correspondent informs i The Herald that thirty teams and forty-eight men are at work building a road from the Hangely asplmltiim mines to Fruita, on Grand river. These are | the mines in which Dick Tovey is in-. j tcresUd. * Leon Marcott. William B. Carver and ! Charley Smith, all of South Fork, were at the county sent Tuesday on land of fice business, and Messrs. Marcott and Carver are now undisputed owners of I 1 two very fine ranches. I J. L. Me Hatton got hack from Den ver in the early part of the week after j disposing of his beef cattle at that point. They brought an average of :;o. just enough to let him out about even on the ] ] feeding deal. Ed Sizer of the flourishing city on lower Yampa, registered at the Miller I House last evening. Ed says became over to gather up the remains of the . Craig nine. Marcus Beckman of South Fork, left for Glen wood Wednesday where he ex pects to tarry during the summer. Bananas. Citv Drug Store. Go to Hugos & Co. and get your sum mer dress before the assortment is! broken. Money to loan for short terms on approved security. Call on 1 i \•* A. W A LURID Confectionery and nuts. Jollnutgen & Kellv. Oranges. Postoffice store. If you want a good smoke or chew, remember that Hugus & Co. are head-! i quarters for tobacco goods. " r v'- ADDsrsa San Francisco Cal. Somewhat of a Pirate Himself. "The local daily juke is more of a jour • ..:i -t *• r.ibU-r than even the Field and Denver. The latter does give credit occasionally. Stealing anothei man's brains is as bad as stealing i ■ money. The deadly parallel would • \ pose some <>f the editorials in the 1. d. . in great shape. We don’t object mu to tenderfoot journalism, but draw 11 line at plagiarism.” The above paragraph appeared i’ I de i.-.-ui- of the Glen wood Ledger, a* in view oi :In.* fact that the Ledger m . is a past master in the art of "swiping' items it is enough to make a horse laugh. Within the last few weeks ti Li-dger clipped two articles from Tn: Herald and minted them word i *r word without giving credit. If the fense occurs again our exchange 1- will he reduced to the extent of one. A a joiirnab-Lc "Artful Dodger" ' Ledger man can give his neighbor, the ' Avalanche “cards and spades”and then beat him at the game of plagiarism. Wanted. A good romui-up cook; also a horse wrangler at Bar 1) ranch. ml "Were •. "a a bull or a bear ?” ask* d an acquaintance of a speculator. Neither,” he replied; “I was an ass In the Spring Nearly every body needsagood medicine. The impurities which have accumulated in the blood (luring the cold months must be expelled.or when the mild days come, and the effect of bracing air is lost, the body is liable to be overcome by debility or s<»me serious disease. The oved 1 1 v H< l ’ S irsaparilla, and the many words of 5 raise it 1 as received, make it worthy your confidence. We ask you to give this medicine a trial. We are sure It ". dl do you good. Read the testimonials I died in behalf of Hood’s tfarsapa i i:: i. all from reliable, grateful people. '1 hey tell the story. Fine Tailoring. l'ants to order at from to S15. >•. ;■> to order at from to $7.». at .1. r. DokhR. the Tailor. The finest line of neckwear ever seen El & C ' •. Awarded Highest Honors—World’* Fair. 'OBL' BAKIN® MOST I V’. V^F’.F. A pure Grape Ci'. .:ncf T . -vJcr. luce from Amro •. int 40YEA1 DARD. NOl’Ki; FOB IT BLIP A HON LAND OFFICE AT » ID i • wooi> Si’io.•«*:.«*. Colo.. Apr. i. f • • - i In. L> ' - * ’ • ■ final In support i l in - • •lull'*. iml that **itd proof will Ik-m *■!•■ I fur.* lli«-i li* !; of thel T.unty i 'oiirt of H.•• I: . nt» • -minty, i itlo., ni Meeker, Colo., on Juno ft, 1 •*. hi 1" o'clock a. m.. \ 1/ : lliikl* ■- ii*—. * f Mit k*-r. < *.!<*.. • n lih I*. !*. S. No. I'.oi. If. r.T I ■: im<l • nml ll* - - . '» N W *lll*l Ni: D SW * 4 Si-C. I* 11*. 2 S.. !t. IKI w. rah i*. m. ll*- limn. -* tin* followlnc will*.--* K lo 1 ov<- liD i-ontiniioii* resilience ii|H*n iiu.l eultlv * ion • a. mil'l lnn<l. vlr.: riiurli'a Smith. rriKh-ri -k Kr-.c lit. ll* i ’ Rcti-rsoii ninl L Iwiini Archer, nil <-f Dili r l. ! n2H-J2 * O. I>. TIIAT'K, Renton NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. LAND OFFlI'i: AT C.i.:.-,wom» Simum.-. Colo.. \pr. 23, 1884. f N’OTICIv— Is hen-Uy Kivi-n that th r**llow inu timm -I -■ til.-r h-.,. hi. .1 notice **f hi-* In -n -ti.-n to timk<» tlnal iiiik.!' in “upport of hi> < laim, aii'l tlml -m- 1 pioot will Ik- made lie f. If tin- * I k tin - i ouniy Couri. It in ill m-o a .-nutv. ut Mu !.* r. * :*.ni I*. on Jim- : SU. 1 nt In o'clock ii. in.. \ • Ii: . - - h. - I Itilf--1.1. C< ■!■>.. oil Ills i’ D. < N'o l'.U’.*, I t*. D.r th.- 'V NI! *i. NT. -4 \\V i . . m: «* sw i >•■.-. r*. Tp. ls . it. * , VI W. nth I*. M. lie nan;- - the following witnrsw* to prove hik rontimioiiM rc-i'leiice ii|*on, iiinl c-nltivn' nm **f. mil.i land, vi/: : l.«*o» Mm. -tt, Wm. It. t'Hrvcr, Kwln Am ck. I Tti.iiiniK Ilii ll . v. Henry <l’cl.-i-koii nn-1 f ,••!- 1 .'crick W. Ivracnt, all of lliifnr.l. < ’olont'!.*. j H2S-J2 O. I). Thavkh, Register. ] NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION LAND OFFIC E AT i (iI.KMVOOD .-I-lIIMIS, Colo., April 18, ID'I. t N' OTlt lv—l- her*-! v l-lumj that the f. , /in« natniKl «.-t:!.-r 1.-i-:,1. .1 notice of hi- -it- n • tidi to make t’.iiiil proof In t*unp..it - f |i(k . l:iii-i. un*l lh.it -al l |ir.K*r will I--- n li«'- rcMxl sprinjr*. * - 1- nnto.iin Mai -. IK*l. nt It*. . lin-k ii. i-a., a Iz: *•• tit Lake City, Ul Icrre .*r Re.- • A. L. «*■*. fornn-rli i Lllv, i ( " ■■.. who ma.tc I-. Il.s. N.-.’.>;a,r.i for til-- w. *.- VV .sw>4N W I, Sec. • !sK > 4 >L »4 S- - . **. Tp. I* N. R. W. cth I*. M. 11. ■min*-* the foliowinir wltn. t -prove the eontininnis reBl.l*-nee of- ii.l 1., r. opon, ini-1 i nti ii ml.>n or. roti<l hind, viz.: John W. Low.-11. <>r Lily. Colo.. W i Tem . pi. -toil and .1. M. Templet. -11. both or Mnylicll. , * <•:«*.. mid John W. L-'well, Jr.. < f l.ilv. * i.lo. a2l-in2o G. D. TiiAViat, ReirNter. At Death’s Door i Blood Poiscnod After Ty phoid Fever A Marvelous Curo by Hood’s After Ail Elso Failed. “C. I. IIood& Co., Lowell, Mass.: “DearSira: Twenty-five years ago I had a bilious fever, an-1 later it turned Into typhoid fever, and f-*r five weeks 1 lay like one dead, but at last I pulled through and got up around. I v*on discovered on my left leg Just above the knee a small brown spot about as big as a three . .-nt piece, which puffed up but did not hurt ine or feel sore. I did not pay any attention to it until two years after, when It commenced to spread and have the appearance of a ring worm. It itched and burned and 1 commenced doctor lap, but to no avnlL 1 Cot Only Momontary Relief, And someth;*.not even that. I could not sleep light* and on account of the Itching I scratched the spot until the blood would run. In hot weaUier my elbows and all my Joints were Just the same, and what I have suffered I cannot de s tribe with a pen. Last February I tried an herb for the blond and It broke out In the worst f. .nil of a rash all over my body. I began my b .-.itching, and ical**s would fall off. The sores . mtlnued to discharge and I longed to die. I 11 ' a 1 tttle of B lod'i bv -ip trilla and I had not tak.-n m**re than h *;f - fit before I began to change for the better. 1 have had four bottles, Now I Am All Woli but two little spots on my leg. I can now sleep and eat well aud work all the time. I am M Hood’s^Cures years old. an 1 the mother of eleven children, and think I can do ns much as ar.y one my age. My son i*is a* - taken Ilood's Sarsaparilla for :’\'v--|'«U. and has t • ■ i. lv. -.t!> b< i.-f.led by it. I f--- 1 ry grateful f-r tin? benefit I received fr-.;n I! I’s Mirsaptirilla.” Mas. I’iiehk L. Hall, Galva, Kansas. Hood’S Pills :»• t easily, yet i*roinptly and efficiently, on the liver auJ bowels. 25c. / \ l ’ INTIN H. KELLY, NOTARY PUBLIC, MEEKER, --- - COLORADO. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. ] l VND 01 FH BAT *D • ■ wood Si'UiNfjw. • >*l-*.. April 28. I’-t't. ( \t ►TICE—Is hereby Riven tint! tbi* fi*ll*»n Inn lime. I-i-ttler Im* lIIikI in dice of hi* inteii- I-* make tlnnl pront in **i|>|K*rt <>f hi* . ’..•••• t*:i 1 that Kjii-I priH.f will Ik- iiiinle t i j;.\ i i.-i k <*f tin- r.*jiity t’.iiirt i.f Ith* 1 Illiiiieo c'.vni'. nt M-.-eker, Coin., nil June *-. Frish-rlek W, Krarbt.nl Bnford, i - •!<•.. .-n - hi* f. D • N>>. Re*.’., t’te. fur Lots •_> an-l :« mid 111. *W m; , <•-. I, Tin -.- . mid sw J* m; . ... Tp. I S.. It. HI WBth l‘. M. ii<- i-iiimi • ih<- ftiilowrlnß witne—e** to prove | ID ( --iitlimou* ie*ldciii <-utKHi, and cultivation -i , - 1 rl< I VII rt Lakatnp. t’.M *n Ami- k un i Ifeiiry C. Peterson, all **t [ u:> j 2 G. D. Thavcii, Register. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. LAND OFFH’K AT ► j (D.i Mromi Sl’tttNUS. Colo., Apr.-I, U-ft. f X'UTI- ; -I*ti-’M-by ifiven that the f->lb*wlnir -1 -• M< r t. i- tii- -I notice nf tii* inten ( ll -n t.. make .Inal proof :n -upport of hiselnitii 1 an ! that -alii pr>H f will be mude before the . ri.-.-k of it*, i onntv t ourt *.r Rio Hitmen eotinly. nt Me*-!;- r. Coiu.. on June 0. lK*t, lit | I 10 n'eloi-k a. m.. viz: Il*n.i . * . pi-PTson. of Hufonl. Polo., on his , 7, Tp. I -v. R 01 M . d'h P. M. Hon 11 fol to pro vi ' hid eon: >i .<"l* r- -i !*n-• up- n, und rmltiviitlon ’ of. **ui*l land, \ iz: stiii - '•inith. Mut’h .I*>n*-*. Mareu* Coon * mi t Wi- . It. « :,i \ c r. nil of IPitnrd, roio. . 1 n2* -j : G. D. Tn a s eh. Register. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. LAND O A 1 -• 1 A N OT!' - !! 1- ti*-ri‘t>v -. ,\«-* that the follmvintr f his In ti-ati- i: I" make fiua! prts-f in *ii|,prrt of tils elalm. in ! ii at sai-l j-iisif will be inaile before the R<-xl-t’’r iin*l Reeidver at Glenwood Spring., i oh*. < n June 11, i>’t. at 10o’clock a. feonns 11. \ t A Colo., on his lid. . Apn N !i • SI • 11 and B . *, m: -, see. *. Tp.v.. R. «*t vv. nth p. M. , lit- fimne-* th*- Pillowing wltne.-r* to prove In* * < atinu-ms r- -i-lcnci* upon, und cultivation ’ of. ►.lid Inll-t. \ F7.lt. Ii- *;*■ James T-:i< v. W. J. Chapman ami * harli * . gon. nil <■!' A \ini, ('obi. I m.VJ9 ti. D Thavkh. Retrlster. , 1 nKETIIEitTON. Above brand anywhere on left side, shoulder or hip. Ear mark*, underbit und overslope on right eur. Also own Hie following brands: H— x and x/h. The Xt and other bran*ls canceled. All kfn ls of ear marks are on the cattle, and some with no ear marks at all, hav ing l>een neglected. All Increase branded same as cut; ear marks, overslope and underblt on right ear. Range. WhHe river ami Thurman creek. Postofflce address. Meeker, Colo. Jn3U [ THOMPSON. KERN & SCIICTTE. Above brand on left hip, si*le or shoulder. Also own Circle S brand on any part of inimnl. Horso brand Circle S on left shoul ier. Rang*-. Pice-ance creek, between White *iver, Parachutte aud K.*an creeks. Postofflce jddress, Meeker. CHARLES T. LLMDERG. i j- • ii- Aliove brand on left shoulder. Range. Plee •ince creek, between Grand ninl White rivers. I’. O. address. Geo. Lechemer. Meeker. Colo. THE PLATEAU LIVE STOCK COMPANY. Charles T. Lixacna, President. William F. Patuipk. Vice President. Louts VuuuiN. Secretary. ' ■ iHr Above brand on left side. Ear-murks, sqiiure crop off rigid and swallow t-irk In left ear. Horse braml. satuo as cut, on left -houlder. Also own th* 1 following brands: \IJ p 18 DE EW EZE EXE ZRO ZEZ ZUZ DIZ EXA ZOX XOZ WON S Range. PL e-time creek, between Grand and White Rivers, postofflce address. Geo. l.echinere. Foreman, Meo.tcr, Colo. Ft" - Young* stallions and thorough! red fiul ioway bulls for sole. WHEELER & PFEIFFER. Above t*run*l on left side. Also own stock branded x K and 48. Horses branded 555; on left tup. Ear-marks, right crop and left underblt. Range, north stile of Rear river. I'ostotUee address, 11. Pfeiffer, Routt. Routt county, Colorado. REEF k NUCKOLLS. G. ft. Nuckolls. Foreman. Range, Mutmn, Divide and Garfield creeks, -oiilh si«le of Grund river, Garflobl county. Colorado. Po«tofflce address, LcndviUc, Colo., or Fergu son, Colo. All cattle brandcil ns above have t- - ,unre crop off right cur and double dewlap. Also sotno cattle branded - on right - side, with under*h>po off •*! L right ear and double dewlap. t ’ All horses branded N on left or right thigh. 1 <>r left shoulder. J Also breeders, nn-1 keep for title Galloway • and Polled-Angus buils. ' LILY PARK STOCK GROWERS’ ASSOCIA i TION. 1 Above brand on nuy part of aninml. Oiher 1 | brands on left side an-l 8 I on both | hips of L-.1 i attic. t E :j Morse brand same ns cut on left shoulder. , Range, Hear and White rl\ers. Postoffiee, address. John W. Lowell, Superintendent. I Muybell. Routt county, Colo. CHARLES POPPER. ■ ( attic lirandc*! same ns cut on Imth hips. . Horses bran-led same ns cut on left shoulder. . Vent on left thigh. Range. Lower White river i | ‘‘"' l M»)C .Mountain, Ki<» Rbm.a, ii.unty, Colo., , Postofflce address. High Meek*. Foreman’ i! Ashler. Utab. SITLINGTON k HALL, John r. Sittlinotox, Manager. Cuttle branded as above on left hip. Also own cattle branded DH on left hip ami POP on left sirle. All cattle dewlapped (cut up). Ear-marks—crop and split left and two under* hacks right. Horse brand. DH on left stifle. Range, Thurman creek and Government road. Postofflce address Meeker, Colo. F.. SCHUTTE Alkjvo brand on left shoulder. Range, Pic mice creek. J. W. Uaiubrich, foreman. Post office address, ltitle, Colo. ROSE A. HATHAWAY. Above brand on left hip and side. Ear marks. square cut In left ear. Horse brand, same as cut, on left shoulder. Range. Thur man creek and Pioo-anee. Postofflce address, C. E. McVey. Foreman, Meeker, Colo. DUNCAN BLAIR. Cattle branded as above on left shoulder, ribs or hip, or right thigh. Horse brand BB on left shoulder, also square aud compass (as in cut) on left shoulder. Itango, lower Whito an*l Yellow creek. I’ostotUee address. White River, Colorado. EZRA FLEMMING. Cttttlo branded as above on left side or hip. All my eattle are steers. *.)ne lot branded ZZ on left side and double-dewhipped; and also one lot branded STV °R loft side In addition toCross-L. Also own H/ and 10- Also /A JC on left side. Horae brand, same ns cut, on left bin. Range. Flag creek und Govern ment road. Postofflce address. Meeker. Colo. PR!* T, 2 BOWKLBY. Cattle branded same ns cut on right side. Also own sterrs branded LJ sdl » n " M jrnndeil ««mo ns cut on right shoulder. Range, W bite river nml Coyote Basin. Postofflce a*l- Ircss, Meeker, Colorado. DUFFY A McKEOWN. Cattle branded ns above on left side. Ear marks, crop and split ls*tb ears. Additional brands: j* on right and left side ami down hip; also <>r CJD on right side; also ZZ— on left side. All Increase branded same us cut. Horse brand, samo as cut, on left hip. or Du left shoulder. Range, Lower Rear river nml vicinity of Juniper mountain. Post office address, C. J. Duffy, Axial, Routt county, Co.'o. JOHN A. HALL Jr.. & COMPANY. H. H. Eddy. Munager. Postofflce address. Axial, Colorado. Range Axial Ilosin, Routt county, Colorado. Cattle branded same as cut on any part of nniinuf. Other brands, lh N 1 IV F-C Horse brand: JH T. 11. RYAN Si CO. Also own K on ride nml hip: also K on sldo and hip: also °n side nml Ea on hip; nlso on side and on hip. EiKfl - lAI Horse brand on left shoulder; nlso S on left shoulder. Range, Pice-ance creek ami White river. Postofflce address. Rube Oldlnnd, White River. Colorado.