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MEEK : ' HERALD.
"v ' ' JAMES LYTTLE. Editor &. Publisher . Entered tol R!o Dlanc< i (y. ( . . !-■ lam i;mil matii r. [ HOME 2STE‘Vv7’S. . MB: foil SfBSCKIPTION. Due Y-r f 1 2-'* | If m ' * 00 r«.u AnvrnTWiNO. Profe9l i r Month f % 00 I < • JJJ I , i 1 . t . n I, por Month M » per Month 15 00 f Js.ou per year. 1/ nl N' • • fifteen cents por line f --r first Insertion and ten cent* for each subsequent . I ■ ' All communications should be addressed to j THK MEEKER I IF. KALI). Meeker. < ’<»i«•rit'l>». I Brick-I,tying on Oldlaiul & Co.’s new j store room began Wednesday. James Fullerton is a taxidermist as well as a photographer. Sec his notice t elsewhere in this issue. J. L. Norvell returned from Ivtivei - last week wliere lie closed a deal for tin K. I*. Williams bunch of cattle, the con sideration being .5-1.000. Steamboat Pilot. _ Last Saturday County Clerk Fordham issued a license for the marriage ot Mr. (Jordon W. Bruce ami Miss Ebert, and on Sunday the sanio v.a solemnized. Quite a number of our cattlemen art busy gathering beef cattle, and during the next six weeks several thousand head from Koutt and Rio Blanco will gt» j to Hie markets. Jones Hendricks has the contract for | building the foundation for the Metho dist church to be erected at the corner of Eighth street and Park avenue, and } commenced work this week. Remember that round trip tickets over the Colo. Midland for Mountain and Plain festivities are only 511. This includes stage fare. Hay & Jollant gen can supply you with tickets. A few rainbow trout, from four to six inches iti li-ng»h. have recently been caught in the vicini’v of Meeker. Their growth must be phenomenal, as the fry was put into White river only last spring. •Willie Wear got off of a horse in the early part of the v ok quicker than he got on, and was unconscious lor quite a time. Aside from a few facial decora tions and a general shaking up the damage was slight. A number of n. rtgage foreclosures will be found in this issue. Now, they don’t signify that our citizens are being sold out and to be cast adrift. On the contrary, they appear mainly to perfect quasi titles received years ago. The (leer are beginning to move from their summer haunts to lower climes, and it's no trick now to get one within an hour or two's ride from Meeker. Some people are of the opinion that the forest fires have started the game. Kev. John, of the M. E. church, an nounces the following schedule for the future until further notice: At Powell Park—Sunday-school at 10 a. m., fol lowed by services at 11. In Meeker—i Sunday-school at 2:30 p. m., and sermon at 7:30 in the evening. Assessor Taggert returned in the fore , part of the week from Aspen, where he was visiting his brother. Thursday la caught his “bronc,” took down his sad dle, bridle and spurs, and hit the trail i for Axial basin where he will assist in ' gathering lies’ beef cattle. Link's aj hustler. Mr. Kelly, the well-known Flag creek ' ranchman, met with a peculiar accident on Tuesday lost, and. to say tlio least, it was a close call. He was out hunting With an eastern friend, whom wo will call Smith for convenience, and Henry Redpath was stirring up the deer for them to shoot at. They were about a hundred yards apart when Henry sent a buck about half way between them. Roth saw the animal coming, and Mr. Kelly got in readiness to take a shot as soon as lie got pa*st the line of Smith, but the latter it seems “pulled loose" just as the deer was between him and, In.-, i :rtner. The bullet, Iroin Fi 70, j trucl Kelly's index 1 1 the ! soco::• i joint and from thoe ! i.criited l in a 1 t • mau- I ncr, tlien pisnng bis i bre tak- J ijig off the anger th it member touched | !ho t: iu r : : • »1 K• -:!'• g : • : it t*. be di.tch urged. but it did no damage. ; Mr. Smith took the next morning's stage for Ride, while Mr. Kelly in nurs | ing a hand minus a linger. ! The Populists of Itio Blanco met at j the court house in Meeker last Saturday afternoon, and placed the following ticket in the fluid: For county com missioner. Samuel Martin ; tor county judge. ('. W. Foreman; for surveyor, J. I). Moog. The delegates to the repre sentative convention (which will be held [ to-day at .Steamboat) were instructed to endorse Dr. Jefferson, the Democratic nominee. j Monday last a lire started in the pine and spruce forest at the head of i | Reaver creek, and has been burning : j more or less fiercely ever since. Nearly j l every night the smoke settles in the | i vallev, and fi i a few hours after day-! J In \ik it appears thick enough to cut with a knife. Carelessness in regard to j j camp lires was the prime cause. i A dispatch from Victor announces ( I that Marion Kl'.'mtt committed suicide ' la l .Mondi\V morning by shooting him | seif tiirough the head with a Colt’s | lb* will be remembered as having mar ; rie l Miss Dell Farriss a few years ago. but owing to his quarrelsome disposi tion she refused to live with him. Frank F. Vaughn, Carl Xollenberger. and the IIalmewald brothers (Robert, J Max. Albert and Otto), came in from ].* advilie Monday in their own c <mve>- i . .. i s, and pitched their tents on North ! Pork a day or two later. The crowd > anie fully prepared for any emergen cies which might arise. Within the last ten years several hun ! i• is have been killed in our mother 1 c unity by their companions, but ns yet | have been fieo of such distressing ac'-idents. However, the one of last I uesday, on Flag creek, clearly dem onstrates that one cannot be too careful wbile out hunting. J. S.Temple, manager of the Western Newspaper Fui n at Denver, came in Wednesday evening, and the following morning left with a Chicago friend, A E. Hunker, for Steele’s ranch where they will feast on trout and venison I r a week or so. One of Harp’s coaches took quite a contingent of sports up the river Thurs day. The party consisted of Messrs. H D Bostwick, A W Bush. W M ( forty, C G White, W H Pierson and J S Temple, of Denver, and A E Bunker, of Chicago. After a two years’ absence, Mrs. P. F. Welch came in on Sunday's stage on a j visit, to relatives and friends. ♦ o » Full Millinery. 1 have just received a full line of millinery, consisting of the latest styles i of hats and trimmings, and at prices within the reach of all. Call and ex amine. AIrs. M. A. Watson. Photographs and Taxidermy. 1 have purchased the photo gallery and business from I highest Co., in M.cker. and am prepared to execute all work to the satisfaction of the public. 1 also mount Wieads true to nature !tuntil.g and studying big game in a:, seasons for. 21 years enables me to gum mtee satisfaction and that they ar» noth proof. Jas. Fullerton, Meeker, CoIq. Of the many people who buy Schilling's Best ■ tea baking powder coffee flavoring extracts soda and spices very few want money back. ICC T.tr sale by J. W. Hugus & Company. Seed W r l*ent for Sale. A fine lot of winter seed wiieat for sale at SI.00 per 100. Call at the Ouiroet A: Fuller ranch, on Flag creek. sll-016 Fred Keller. St. James Church. Sunday next the services will be as follows: Morning prayer and sermon at 11. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. ' The Sunday school will meet at 10 o’clock a. m. . The Bev. II. A. Ilandel extends to ! everyone a most cordial iuvitation to I attend these services. I I ,. o. Taylor Whiles lurigorut* the 5?st«a. ' BLAMES “BILLY BURDICK.” A ChicaKu I'arrot niulnrbx n Malden Aunt'll Fultli in Her Goud Nephew. Out in Indiana avenue a pious, crot chety ruai kn aunt of uncertain yeor. has a troop of vigorous, noisy nephews, who ratio r resent being held in check 1 by the old woman’s constant objec tions to 1 • g Her pet .... is a romping child and her induce and , confidante is a huge parrot, more than j commonly i lever nnd quite as pious as ; herself. .She trained the bird and i-> proud of the length and number of Bible verses l’oliy can quote. The cage bangs in a large window near the corner of tlie iawn, where tin boys piny “n ibs.” The other day when it was -. arm enough to have tin* win- j dowEOp :i. tl aunt was horrified t > dis cover ;! .t Fully was paying cor. b-r --nble af . ntion to the parlance of tin r: ng ai.J was already proficient in m my . l its expressions. Accordingly she j •: t young i frot tin i : am! forbade them to use tlie plaqg i : n. The boys resisted and.begged h r to j hung the i’arrot in another win.law. Sh- cteiuiily refused, however, and l hey ; Ito play el w r . Later in the day the aunt decided to ! go to Austin for a visit and left h r p lr- \ rot to the care of the servants. !In • - i i.j on, the boys, who had confided tl- : r I grievance to the coachman and • n- ! la:ned permission to play luur’ol . i i yard, mm li&t to their ground beneath the wind- w. Folly watched the games with inter. :. the b: ys determined to have s in - Inn at their aunt’s expense. Lev. .. r I their game, they went indoors aqd pro- ! d d to initiate Polly into the vari is ■ ‘‘nibs." V, hen sin i ;uned “knuckle down’’ and how to j i t from taw,” her attention v. ! trained upon craps and at this paint tl assistance of the coachman w.»- cali- 1 ! in. After an hour’s careful labor she e mid screech “seben come lebtu” and ] “craps.” I i:en one of the boys suggested that when he old lady returned sh would I. ly suspect them of tavii.g t i'oily and advised that tin y com -1 the bird not to betray tin in. So ;. <: id ib-il iior on the following : “i'-iily, who tsught you to say *er ,V” "Billy Burdick.” I !y is the particularly “nice” boy i \t <:< nr. beloved by the aunt nnd de . y ' i boy . Folly learn, d her nilmirably, and three day.- later, | • ier owner returned, she proceed- | ! >• l :y her nc*.v English with much j The old woman almost fainted h.-tanllv began an investigation. (•.»r. :'.d( tit ly expecting to catch her i • (\vs in some new mischief. ••Fully, who taught you to say ‘crap'7’” she asked. ■f. v Burdick,” answered Polly, as ,ji *rt as ever. The boy a outside the window listen ing to the inquisition could scarcely re strain their glee. Billy Burdick wns immediately repri mand. d \.y Folly’s mist re: and. of eoure. promptly discl-dtned all guilt. 1 tt landary, not 1 the word of the be;, ■ !:° had always held up to ’ r lei or to tte pt : ’ ic t• i 1 nothing I he tier F ". r.n ordinary d.j.raved bird hi- •' ' ■ • 'dalle he thinks it . . r the boys j.lr.y marbles in peace and ‘i. - coachman’s lips are sealed.—Chicago Chronicle. A VITAL QUESTION. Crltlcn Arc Xow Intent Upon the Col lege Woman nnil the “Unquiet Sex." The i i blem, What is t be done with the college woman? ha*- of late been troubling crliics and rev: Much discus-ion of the quest:. r. :.&*• perhaps given the public a mi.str.k i I lea that i ki ■ • with her self. As a matter of fac\ 1 ring her ! undergraduate lift and uf .. is too iu:-;. to 1 . ut the uses of her . r.lstencc. and r.oh-.dj’ is less perjilexcd in regard to her future than i she is. I . tnder curr;-iit of life n: i the bri; • lift- out It i? only when she i forced into it by pressure I :: • it ...t becomt - self- »n --s-vious, and stops to wonder if she is a “little qiu >•!•.” Tha: >he i:- In •-slmvly nwakem-d to a sense of her supposed an tag m stw i domeet .... it< 1- lectua! pi:r - 1 It *is evinced i.\ f w faint cigns, si; for instance, as t :u debate held not longagoat Vassaron the prob ien»: “Does a ci unilt men for domestic life?” Tl. .juestion was d-. ' !-. d in the afiirmo::- . a result vs, pei.... ps, that Uege woman is beginning to short.- the de □ of the world at 3a . card to this matter, but on the wi, !o she realizes more clearly than <!.. - the pub lic 1 1.: :1. ■ amount of learnii :■. ,aired in t!;o average college course like ly to profre a ser is obst nny walk in life. It is not the representa tives of : lie so-called “unqui. : •• \" who place undue emphasis, on the college trail ing they receive. For that em phasis. the “eterntil masculine” in the world at iarge Ls revsponsible.—Marga ret Sherwood, in Scribner’s. Fo ret It o pjr lit. Mr. Upjohn—And you invited the .Highmps to come and dine with us to morrow, when you know your house cleaning isn't half done? Mrs. Upjohn—Certainly. It will be raining cats and dogs. They won’t come, and we will have paid a social debt I generally know what I'm do ing. Jdhn.—Chicago Tribune. Donklng. The Judge—What is your occupa tion? Prisoner —Flease, yer wurship, I'm a banker. “You a banker! Impossible!” "Please, yer wurshup. I fish the river.”—Judy. Kitchen Hints. - (lav Imr add ball a ttaspooiiful of extract. IV. -«:g.:r in water lived for bastm: j meats of all kinds; it adds fi.vor, ti j-eciaiiy to veal. Add a enp of good date vinegar to the water in which you boil fish, especial!} i i: it is salt fish. When baking fish place on the top thin slices of .salt pork: it tastes the fish and improves the flavor. To give an apetizing flavor to a broiled : beefsteak rub a cut onion over the hot : platter with the butter. !:i tlic Parlor. Blake—I notice the young ladies play ! only religious pieces on the piano. Lake—Yes; it is an upright piano.— l'p to Date. Cash subscribers can get The Herald for the small sum of $2. Administrator's Sale of Real Es'ate. i V"TI> i. is In n -v gi\ mi. Ili.-tt. wliemts, by ! * ’ virtue oi dec mndi i nd entered • ; M-.i.nl in th»- <'..uti*v Court <•! Luke rounty, ~i.if•• * f i '• !*■:::• >. ia ll:<- n irr.< J tin* pi.-titi<>n » .. irii-iml'.r nf tin* M liww H. lint ba way, ceased, t H Itogcrd, ■ ■ nm-ih Ini-.i lliithnway. George 'V. 1 limlmtrr.y and Ruth J1 • nri.-ttu Until- ; ! away, upon petition to II lands t > I p-iy debts. the mider-igm-.l onlcred and! i ili i-r." d to sell the lat. :- and property <i«- -iiln-il in tin- - :id j*«• li 11 •..l at privalo sale for . i-uah. and was lurth* r ordered to give noth <• us rciinin il I»y law In some !n-v-iM|"-r published in H: . i: ia i no < mu my. < oinri'Io. win re the real • tut' and pro; arty hereinafter dcseribud ts • Punted, and <1 tin' p!a«uh<nnnd the per-j a. v. ith "■* Ip .’il. a nd up ! • '-.lint time bids will | i i-i. <•< ived f< .r the-ame. t'i-i tlii r with a «U*- se;!ptSoti of the opertj • • - .hand that j ii: same should n t be • It r :• • 1 than the uppra.-ed value thereof, to- s it: jir.Vtd. to v lih li order and deeree reference is hereby made for greater c ertainty. Now. therefore, in puistmnfO "f said order | Mid deen ••. notice i- in reby . i\ • n that the i:n • r-uii'sl »v;!l .live lit the I lln-e of Judge dm I.. Cray in the i..wn of Meeker, Ki<> it aneo county. - ate ..r foionido. I ids for the i lowing described real e-tate ami property. ii*-wjt: Water and ditch rights situate and .. In ■ i • ■ ■ mt] ol Klo Dlam •• >. ■ tati ■ d 1 i irado. tiMi it: Wat'r and din h rights di - i da d as f. ..:• ws. \ i/: The "I I light s Ditch." • Minted in the Mild Klo bianco i. imty. state of • mdo. and known. narm I and de-. ribed ns n h No. I and Dit. l, No.-.', in Water District •. fit, and tile e.vten- on of said ditches. Ai-o , ! ;n uii'iivid»-d flve-tw.-lfths intere st in and to ! U.r boring ditch in the -aid Rio illanco coun , i . -latei t < i.lorailo. hi Water Di-triet No. Id. • mg .’> feet wide on bottom. 7 feet on top and | .* I. et deep, grade feet per mil*-, capm-ity ot i.T.’i eiiiiie feet of water per see..nd of time i • the waters of White river for irriimthm pur- j I mid being all the right, title and intor • ■ i o| ' he -aid (ieorge FI. I lat ha wav. deceased. • 11 r * r and <Iiteh lights as \ e.-ted, held and o a d l.y him at the timi «;f hi- decease, and j ' v.h'ehhedi* seized, by purchase, location. 1 nderj leeuueti nr statement in said Kh Hi.-: nerity. Colorado, up t • md Ineludin.r the :: ml riii;. of Detoher. A. D. I-:»■». said sab* Is ; lor push, and for the highest and best price ob tainable for the mid property, and tat hi prn|>- | erty will not he sold for a less sum than the j appraised value thereof, to-wjt: the sum of! J-fi/i.CO: purchaser of said said will reeeive eer tilleate oj purchase fur the premises -old as ( provhl* d by law. Dated .-'ptomtier 17. A. D. |s»3. .JOSEPH A. I.AMPIN i. S !•• gen uining- Adininlstintor <>f F-tnt ■ -17-0* of Geuige II. Hathaway, lie* • tired. ; During the Battle of; Santiago. SICK Oil WELL. A RUSH NIGHT I AND DAY. — The Packers at the Battle ok 1 Santiago de Cura were all j Heroes. Tiieiii Heroic Effort.- [ in Getting Ammunition and Ha ! tions to the Front Saved the lev. | P. E. Butler, of pack-train No 3. • vriting from Santiago. De Cuba, on I July 23d, says: “We all had diarrhoea' ■i more or less violent form, and when : ve landed we had no time to see a doe or. for it was a case of rush and rush ight and day to keep the troops sup died with ammunition and rations, but hanks to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera md Diarrhoea Remedy, we were able » keep at work and keep our health ; in act, 1 sincerely believe that at one •ritical time this medicine was the in iircct saviour of our army, for if the packers had been unable to work there vould have been no wav of getting sup dies to the front. There were no roads : hat a wagon tram could use. My com- I rude and myself had the good fortune to ay in a supply of this medicine for our pack-train before we left Tampa, and I know in four cases it absolutely saved life.” The above letter was written to the manufacturers of this medicine, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des Moines, Iowa. For sale by Hay A JoIIuntgeu. For Salo—Ootid Stock Kaixcii. At very low price. Apply to s3-tf John Robertson. inn a rrfe UaSf %s-\j . * Mn “ IM &J 2 COPP£g_mTO£D^C3LOTHfNG EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED FACTORY - SAM FRANCISCO - CALIFORNIA. Roy«i m«kci the fo< J pure, w bulesuiae and dcllcUma. Ml, POWDER Abiolutcl/ Pure KOVAL BAWWO rowoc* CO., WTW VQWK. i ni ItI.IN'UrON ROUTE. Hates Reduced. Time Ciiai)(re<l. On and after August 1-Rh Ml classes 'of tickets will be hoimred ,pn the Bur ' lington’S Cliicago Special without addi tional charge, the extra fare having been abolislied. On the same date, a slight change j will be made in the Special’s schedule. It will leave Denver at 9.13 a. m., reach ing Chicago at 1 2> the next afternoon in time to connect with afternoon and evening trains for the Atlantic seaboard , as well as fur such comp;.i dively nearby ! . j points as Detroit, Indianapolis, Louis \ ille. Cl velai 1. Cinch 1 Buffalo, i No deterioration in tin* superb service , offend by the Chicago Special will occur as a result ot the changes noted above. That will continue to be, as it has been in tiie past, supreme in elegance and comfort. Tickets via the Chicago Special can be bad at offices uf connecting lines and j also at the Union Depot and the Bur ] lington ticket ofiice. 1039 17th Stre’et, I Denver. G. O. Taylor WhUkles :• ail the lUt for purity. Trustee’s Sale. WHEREAS, WiP.iHm Lowis Mi-Gee and Ly »» dla A. McGee, his wife, by 4holr dbtid of trust ilHt* '! .lumiury is:*y. im I ri-u-ordod in lx.<>k 15, I'iiL'i: Du* rt-i-or-l- "f Hu* county H.-rk tuul i • <-• .pier of ! t i«. I tin: > county, (’<>l./- . rnilo, i,-niui. <l iiii'l i-.mv . j-.-.1 t.> Wult.-r ' . h'rost, I trustee, and In ease ol his death. Inability or refusal to act, then t>> the actimi shtri'f of Rio Itluneo county, (‘olonnio. us mu cessor In trust. . ! tia- following doscrlbeii |.ropertv. situate in the county uf Rif* Rlanco and -tate of Colorado, | ! to-vvit: I The North Ea=t quarter of the North Fast jiiUMiierof Seel ion tweiuv two unil the South l-.nst quart is-of thu South East quarter of Sec tion ill teen, and th<* West half of the South I V.T-st qu::i ier of Section fourteen, all In Town ship three South, of Ranjri* ninety-eiirht West r.f the Sixth I'rincipal Meridian, together with all rifht. title and interest it. McGee’s ditch. • tnkiiur water from Fawn creek. u« the same | stands recorded with the reconls of Rio niimci 1 county, stat - t Col.un 10, mi l all the rijrhis ; then held or thereafter acquired by the said Wi ilium Lewis MeGe* and Lydia A. McGee 1 their heirs or assijrns to the ditch, ditches l pipes, tiles or reservoirs then u.*i*d oi i that mnv have been us«-d thereafter for the • irrijratiou of the above mentioned lands, in 1 any pert thereof, or for domestic purpose there. : the said William Lewis McGee and ; Lydia A. McGee thus u-nintina and convcvlny ! t!.e pi operty ni trust nevertheless, to seeur* tin: pav iri'-iit ..J tli -Ir certain promissory not. I ben rim.' dale .lunmiry I*. iftXl. payable to th 1 order of the Globe In vest m tit . ompany. at i’ olHee in Hostnn, Mass., on «Jami.;ry !. l«l. r ., f.. i Hie sum of nine bundr. d dollars, with interest I tinlil maturity at six percent j*er annum, am after maturity at twelve per cent per annum V until paid; Ami. v. licrciis, default Ini-* been ms do in lln I payment of the principal sum of said note an ! the interest thereon, as afores.iid, from Jam. ; ary I, IK-.’, which <»uid sum with interest nov 1 remains due and unpaid; and. Whereas, Walter U. Frost, trustee as afore -- id, did upon the '.ah day of September, Is*- in writing, refuse to not ns trustee under sn!< j deed of trust, alt l-.ouch theretofore requested 1. I the holder of said promissory note, and th* | legal holder of said note ha- therefore appli*- to the undersigned as siiei-.-sM.r in trust to si I : the above deserH*cd premi.'*s as by «iid dee* ! of trust provided; Now, therefore, I. F. M. Williams, act in; ■ slieiitf of Rio lUiim-o county, t olon’.do. and a i sm h successor in tru.-l. as aforesaid, by virtu of tiie power vest. .1 in me by said deed of tru I and in pursuance and eution thereof,at ti request of the lojral lioidor of said note, an | for the pill-nose of |»ayin*r the princiiMil sir thereof ami the'merest and expenses ..f ti. I trust, fneludimr attorney’s fees, as speeiiled j said deed of trust, do hereby jiiv. f.air weci. notice that I will, on Friday, the 2»th day October. 1.'98. at ten o elo.-k A. M..anthefr< door of the court house in the t >wn of Mpcs. ! county of Rio Hlaneo. state of Colorado, sell pul.lie auction all of the premises above <1- ; scribed, ami all the rijrht, title, boneiit a. : equity of redem|>tiou of the said William Lei McGee and Lydia A. McGee, their heirs a nssiirns theieiu. for the hiirhest and be-t pi: the same will brimr in cash. The premises aforesaid will be sold subj. ! to all taxes, and unpaid assessments, if an on water stock or ditches. F. M. williams. Acting Sheriff of 1110 Blanco county. Colorado. 524-022 Successor in Trust G. O. Taylor Whiskies, nothing purer or l«.-tte These Dry Days Call and see John W. Welch. , At Rio Blanco Saule Rooms. For I. W ines Liquors and Cigars : THE PLATEAU LIVE yTOCK COMPANY. Ciiahi.es T. I.imberg, President. A. V. UtTXTEH, Vice-President. Geo. E. Tayixiii, Secretary. ! Abo vo brand on left Side. Eur-maiXs. J square crop off richt and swallow fora in j left ear. Horse brand, same as cut, on laf* : shoulder. Also own the following brand*: WJ P 18 DE EW EXE EXE u * ZRO ZEZ ZUZ DiZ EXA ZOX XOZ NON S Range, Pice-Mnco creek, between Gram! an*l White Rivers. Postofflce aiidreei, Claronoc- Land), Foreman, Piceance. Rio HUitiuoCo.,Coio JW-Young stallions and ihoruugfabrod Gal lawuy bulls for sale. EZRA FLKMMI^O. Cattle brrnd. d iibove on left side or hip, t it the majority are branded L C ou left aide j •'!«» «wu H; and | | . - A j Horse brand, name ns cut on left bID. Rang* : Flag ere. k and Government road. Postofflce address. Meeker,' Colo PR ICR A BOWKLEV. Cattle brauded same as cut on right aid*. Also own steers branded LI . Horse* ornnded same as cut on right shoulder. Range, 'White river anil Coyote Busin. PostolDce ad lress. Meeker, Colorado. Tickets for nil pqtpta reacbM"by the. Scenic Line can bo secured of W. E. SAI.TMAKSH Ticket Agent. Meeker Colo.. J _ _ fST. riOUZS Tfl , CUIOA.C O I |J w^ouk Free Reclining C r- Poucloir Coaches* Pullmans Diners ■ ' ' . • : Saves -I lioii i ■ - : I* ' . ..h One change -fi cht«. . . ’ .y c. M. n v C«>n i i m-rein I Agon I, I )«nver. Go to the Festival of Mountain anil Flain to be held in Denver October 4r»\ oth and 6th. over the Denver & Rio. Grande. Only $9 from Rifle to Denver and return. Get your tickets of \V. E. Saltmarsli, ticket agent. Meeker. Out fare for round triu on stage. G. O, Taylor Whiskies decided!* asuohdhai