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Krtabllihed Anput I*. K» JAM— LVTTL*» Mdltor Ji Publisher. SATURDAY, AITGUNT i7. UK. - - - I '- - -■ r . Sat*rad la the Mdsker. Colo., paeLoffiee as second-class mall matter. ' Bervioes at 8t James Church to morrow at the usual hours. Rioksrt reports that the Keystone UM-pound steers sold at Kansas City for *4.56. The Clark survey In* cainp noad from the head of Strwberry to Little Beaver this week. The Buford stage went out in two sectioos Saturday. And this will happen from now on frequently. The big Riley A Merritt traction engine is bringing in large shipments of lumber to the Smith A Co. yards these days. Carney A Edwards received $4*46 for thtir topa at Denver. The P L outfit received $4.65 at same market for best stuff. Professor McMillan, Salty and the other members of the orchestra, re port a royal good time at the Ilea house-warming dance. The Davis party returned to town Thursday, from Windermere lodge. Mr. Davis took the blue ribbon, hav ing landed a 4-pound native. Professor Pinchot says the best of feeling exists between the stockmen and forest authorities. The stock men haven't been .heard from. An ice cream supper will be given by the ladies of the Mesa Sunday school, for the benefit of that worthy organisation, on Saturday evening, August 84th. from 7 to 10. Ed Davis of Oakridge park jollied the city folks for a while Wednesday. Ed has just finished helping to put up the first outting of Keller hay. Mr. Keller has up over #OO tons, a batter yield than he figured on. William K tfesss ok returned from ©■ffy's-on-the-Yampa, a few days ago, wbrk on th% Duffy tunnel hav ing been suspended owing to bad air. Wt ffnssaak was one of the engineers an It* job. Wock will be resumed as soon as an air shaft is completed. OU Sattdag August Mth, 1907, Rev. Esther Brunhek will celebrate Mass at thstSburt House Hall at 10 a. hl Oonfsadons wiU be heard one hour before Maas The Bev. Father's sub ject WiU be "Bessons which the Ca tholic has tor being proud of hts Church.". _• Tba river remained high this sea son longer than for many summers past The cause was undoubtedly the long, oold spring, which delayed snow-melting in the flat-tops. Mr. W. B. SaltAr, of Powell park, tried to fon) the other day ae the Boner place and couldn't This givss an idea as to the volumne of water in White river at the present time. Rube Ball sent four teams to Rifle, Wednesday, In charge of Henry Wol oott to bring In the first shipment of trout fry. One team was furnished by Mr. Isaac Baer and the other three by Simp Harp. The shipment arrived here Thursday afternoon In obarge of H. T. Dawson of the Qlen wood hatchery, and were distributed at points in the river between here and the mouth of the canon. A report comes from Craig to the effect that the Hastings Industrial company is trying to interest the people of that community in a cream ery. We would advise our Craig neighbors to pass up the creamery proposition. We have a fine cream ery plant here, but it’s Idle, for the reason that cream can't, be bad to ksep it running. You cannot Induce ranohmen lu a cattle country to milk Some miscreant scattered poison throughout town Tuesday, resulting In the death of a number of dogs. There were probably a number of dogs in town which that should have been put out of the way but this not the way to do It. If dogs are danger ous or annoying, inform the town mamhal; he will attend to' them. Most of the dogs killed this week were licensed, and the owners feel justly Indignant at the manner of their taking off. A*^ordered by the town council last week, the settling basin at the head works of the gravity system was cleaned out early this week. The work took several days, but water in the pipe-line was turned off only a few hours. Investigation showed some pretty rotten work at the head of the system, but Thr Hkrald will refrain from comment at this time, as it is understood that in due time the council will publish a full report (both financial and otherwise) of everything connected with our water system COMING AND GOING. Mrs John Smith of Bosedale, visit ed town friends Saturday. Mrs Blair and son Bert left Tues day for their borne at Loveland. Ben Morgan spread bis John Han cock on the Meeker register Saturday. Z P Mathea and E J McDowell vtere among the -White River citlsens In town during the week. Mr W H James of James Brothers, Axlel cattlemen, came in Thursday and proceeded to the ranch. Mrs and Miss Cooper of Denver, are visiting with Mr and Mrs T D Holland at. their Rosedate ranch. James MoGarvey, who has been chef of one of the Clark survey camps, departed for the San Juan country Thursday. After an enjoyable visit here, Fred Strehlke departed yesterday for southern Nevada, where Mr S has large minjng interests. After a pleasant visit here with her relatives—Mr and Mrs A L Strehlke —Mias Olive Carr departed for her home at Aspen Tuesday. A E Rees returned to Meeker Satur day after a trip "round the circle." Mr Rees reports the eastern Routt county towns quite lively. 1 R Wesley Simons from Philadel phia, registered at the Meeker Sun day and left following day for Ward’s lodge on a fishing expedition. W S Montgomery was a town visi tor Saturday.- Mr Montgomery is ndw putting in most of his time look ing after his extensive Nevada in terests. W H Davey of Buford was at the Meeker Saturday—exchanging greet ings with numerous old acquaintan ces, and—incidentally seeing John C W Shepherd get "over a* rough and rugged road," etc, etc, etc, Charley Thompson and J L Beavers had an enjoyable trip up the river last week. Mr Thompson says the north branch is alive with campers, and the services of a game warden or two Is badly needed up there. Mr and Mrs Edmund Kelly and son Shawn, arrived from New York last Thursday and registered at the Meeker hotel. Next day they pro ceeded to their elegant summer lodge on south branch of Williams river. H A Sutton, Meeker’s candy manu facturer, returned Wednesday from Oakridge park after enjoying the de lights of rural life for a few weeks, and iueideatiaUy Mi owing 'euibow to stack hay on ths Kellsr ranch—as fthsy used to do it back in “Hliooy." Mrs A H Adams departed Wednes day for her old home at Oarrettsvllle Ohio, where a family reunion will be held. Mrs Adams will visit relatives and friends at Chicago, Fort Wayne, Warren, Ohio, Pittsburgh Pd, New York City and other eastern places, and will be absent several weeks. Billy McGinnis, atone time a popu lar member of the Hugus staff, was registered at the Meeker Saturday. Mr, McGinnis now travels for the Paxt’otte Hat Company of Chicago. ‘•Mac" claims that he is of French extraction and wants it distinctly un derstood that he is not related to the famous P McGinnis, we heard so muob about when we were "kids." He is one of the most popular knights of the "road" that we know of. Fine Sunday dinners at thr Meeker hotel. Lost—A Gold Band Ring. On streets of Meeker Friday morn ing. Finder will please return to this office and receive reward. Lost Watch Charm. A gold watch charm, with T K engraved on one side. Near Curtis creek bridge. Finder will be suit ably rewarded for returning same to this office or to Thos Kilduff, K—T ranch. WE WANT YOUR WEDDING PRESENT BUSINESS And are very certain we can please you thoroughly. :: Your trade is desired by us for anything/In the way of presents. It will be to our mutual interest for you to order from us, and we ask your consideration of the advantages of buying from us. First, A Urge and well-selected stock to choose from, at prices cannot be equalled for fair ness. N Second, We always buy for cash, and selling only for cash, save ydu ail the extra expenses incident to and necessary for a credit system. :: :: :: :: Then again, we offer you the benefit of our 98 years experience in conducting an exclusive jewel ry business. Write to us. A. J. STARK & CO Jewelers and Silversmiths, 709-711 16th St., Denver. OIDINANCE NO. 93. v/nusnntvvb nv. *w. An ordinance to oontrset an Indebtedness oa behalf of the Town of Meeker, Colorado, and upon tke credit thereof, by leaning bonds of said Town to the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars for thy construction of water works for fire and domestic pur poses, prescribing the form of said hoods and providing for the levying of taxes to pay the same. WMB MX AS. A majority of the voters of said Town of Meeker who were tax payers under the law, voting on the Question at an election heretofore duly held for the pur poee of taking said vote, by vote approved the construction by said Town of water works for Ore and domestic purposes within and for said Town, the funds for which con struction were to be ratsed by the issuance of the negotiable coupon t>onds of the said Town lu an amount not exceeding Mlxty Thousand Dollars: and WhbbbaA The Hoard of Trustees of said Town have proceeded with the construction of said water works aud for that purpose have Issued the bonds of said Town to the amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars and used the funds raised thereby, and WHBBBAB, The said construction Is not yet completed and the Hoard of Trustees do now deem It necessary to issue the rest of said bonds authorised by said vote for said purpose: NOW. THKRF.FORE. . _ BK IT ORDAINED BY THK BOARD OF TRUHTEKH OF TH K TOWN OF MEEKER, COLORADO: u „ , Hbctiok 1. That the Town of Meeker, Col orado, Issue Its negotiable coupon bonds to the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars. IflO.- 000), lor the purpose of the construction of water works fdt fire and domestic purposes within and for said ’fttwn, and thereby con tract an Indebtedness In said amount for said purpose. Bbctiob J. That said bonds shall consist of Ten boods, numbered from Fifty-one IN) to Rlxty |6Ol Inclusive, for the sum of Ono Thousand Dollars (§1,000) each, beer . dale August fifteenth, >M7. be absolutely due apd payable fifteen (Ift) years from date thereof, and redeemable at the option of said Town after ten I inijrears from said date, at the of fice of the Town Treasurer In said Town, shall bear Interest at the rate of six per cen tum per annum, payable semi-annually, oh the fifteenth day of February and the fif teenth day of August In each year until paid, at the office of the Town Treasurer aforesaid, or nt the banking bouse of Kountxe Brothers In the City and Htate of New York at tho option of the holder of the coupons thereto attached. Hkction 8. That said bonds shall be sealed with the corporate seal of said Town, be signed by the Mayor and attested by the Clerk and Recorder and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, and shall have at tached to each bond thirty (*)) coupons, numbered from oi*e (I) to thirty (80) Inclu sive. each representing a semi-annual In stallment of interest upon the said bond to which Itls attached, and securing the pay ment of the interest as It accrues, which said coupons shall bear the signature of the Treasurer of said Town, original or litho graphed, and the number of the bond to which they are attached. Held coupons when so made, executed and delivered as a part of said bonds, shall be the lawful obli gations of said Town securing the payment of said Interest In the hands of all persons to whom they may come. Hxction 4. That the form of said bonds and coupons respectively shall be substanti ally as follows, to-wit: (Form of Bond.) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. TOWN OF MEEKER. NO. Ifooo. Rto BUaee Cosily. Suit of Cotesado. WATER BOND. The Town of Meeker, In the County of Rio Blanoo and Htate of Colorado for value received acknowledges Itself to owe and hereby promises to pay to the bearer One Thousand Dollars (flow), lawful money of the United States of America, on the fif teenth day of August, A. 1). 19JJ, attheoffloe of the Town Treasurer In said Town off. Meeker, with Interest thereon at the rate of ■lxper centum per annum payable semi annually on the fifteenth day of February and the Sfteeenth day of August at the office of the Town Treasurer aforesaid or at the banking house of Kountae Brothers la the City and Htate of New Y§rk U. 0. A.at ths opuea of the holder upon presentation had surrenderofthe annexed coupons ga tlffjp **The rafd*Towa*bowsT e t reserves the rlJlkt to pay this band at any time after the iff* (smith day of August, A. D. 1017. This bond is Issued by said To#n 'of Meeker for the purpose of the construction of water works for fire and domestic pur poses within and for said Town in pursuance of an ordinance of said Town duly adopt ed approved published and recorded prior to the Issuance of this bond and under and by virtue of and in strict compliance with the constitution of the Htate of Colorado aud the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly thereof entitled “An Act In Rela tion to Municipal Corporations" approved April 4th. A. I>. 1877, and all amendatory and supplemental Acts, Audit Is hereby certified that the con struction of said water works and the issu ance hereof were duly approved by the vote of a majority of the voters of said Town who were tax payers under the law voting on the question at an election duly held In •aid Town according to law prior to the is snance of this bond; that all conditions re quired to exist and things required to be done precedent to and In the Issuance of this bond to render the same lawful and valid did exist and have been properly done and performed In regular and due time form and manner as required by law; that the total debtof said Town Including that of this bond does not exceed any limit of In debtedness prescribed by the constitution or laws of the Htate of Colorado; and that said ordinance provides for the levying of n tax sufllelent to pay the annual Interest on this bond as it accrues and to extinguish the principal thereof within the time limit ed for the same to ran and contains such other provisions as are required by law. In Tbstimoxy WHKRlcor, The said Town of Meeker has caused this bond to be sealed with Its corporate seal, signed by its Mayor, attested by Its Clerk and Recorder, and countersigned by Its Treasurer, this l- r >th day of August, A. D. 1907. [Town Beal.] Mayor. Attest: Town Clerk and Recorder. Countersigned: Town Treasurer. (Form of Coupon.) No. ...... ■ On the fifteenth day of- , A. I). 19„„ , fbr value received, the Town of Meeker, in the County of Klo Blanco, and Htate of Colorado, will pay to the beamr Thirty Dollars (J 80.00) lawful money of the United States of America, at the office of the Town Treasurer in said Town or .nt the banking hduse of Kountsc Brothers in the City ana Htate of New York, U. H.-A., r.t (he .option of the holder, being six months in terost ou Its Water Bond No Town Treasurer. BbctionA. That said bonds shall be de livered ta the purchaser thereof in accord ance with the contract of purchase and the proceeds thereof shall be applied soielv to the purpose aforesaid of the construction of water works for fire nnd domestic purn<». set within and for said Town, but the pur chaser of said bondH shall la no manner be responsible for the application or disposal by said Town, or any of Its officers, of nnv of the funds derived from the sale thereof.' SBCTIox 6. That the Interest falling due on February fifteenth, IWH, shall be paid out of the general fund of said Town and for the purpose of reimbursing said general fund for said- half year's Interest uud to meet the Interest accruing on said bonds on August fifteenth, 19U8 and Febranrv flf. teentb, 1909, there shall be and there herchv is levied for the year lUO7 on all of the tax able property In said Town, In addition to allother taxes, a direct annual tax suf ficient to produce the sum of Nine Hundred Dollars (1900.00); that in order to raise the necessary funds with which to pay the in terest on said bonds maturing after Febru ary fifteenth, 1909, promptly when nnd as the same accrues and toextingulsh t he prin cipal of the said bonds at their mnturltv, H ere shall be and there is hereby levied on all of the taxable property In said Town In addition to all other faxes the following di rect annual tax, to-wlt: for each or the yearsltw, 1909, idlo, 1911, 19», 1918, ir.ji. iuin and 1914a tax sufllelent to produce the sunt of Mi Hundred Dollars ($600.00) in each year for payment of the Interest on said bonds, and for each of thtf years lUI7, WIN, 1919, and 1990, a tax sufficient to produce the sum of Twenty-six Hundred Dollars <»2«oo.. 90) In each year, being Hlx Hundred Dollars (feOOJJO) for Interest and Two Thousand Doi lars (tfcooo.00) for principal, and fur the year IMI, a tax snfficlent to produce the •urn of Twenty-Three Hundred Dollars (89800.00), being Three Hundred Dollars tKKii.oo) for Interest and Two Thousand lollars (RHIUB) for principal, PROVIDED, HOWEVER, and It Is hereby so ordered ami directed, that the earning* from the water works system of said Town over aud above the cost of operating and maintain ing and Improving the sume shall he placed In the bona fund herein created to be -ap plied to the payment of the Interest on aud the principal of the bonds herein author ised equally with the water works bohds heretofore Issued, and provided also that lu case of the payment In any one year Into said bond fund of any of the net revenues of the water works system of said Town as herein above stated and the application then-of to the payment of any of the Inter est on or the principal of the bonds herein authorised tbeu and In that event the tax levy herein above provided for may for the next succeeding year lie reduced so as to raise only such an amount ns may he neces sarv to meet the IntereNt an salt! bouds when and as the some accrues together with the sum herein provided for necessa ry to extinguish the principal of sakt bonds at maturity. And the sums herein provided for to meet the Interest on said bonds and to dlscltarge the principal thereof when due an; hereby appropriated for that purpose, and said amount for each year shall be in cluded In the annual appropriation hills passed by the Board of Trustees of said Town In each of the said years respectively. The annual taxes hereinabove provided shall for each of the years 1907 to ifcl, both Inclusive, be placed upend he tax rolls of said Town and shall be collected In the manner him! at the mine time and by the same offi cer* as the taxes for general purposes In such years are collected, and when collected said lx>nd taxes shall be set apurt irrevo cably as a separate fund to Im» designated as, “The Water Works 1907 Rond Tax Fund" for ami shall be applied only to the pay ment of the Interest on and the principal of said bonds a* the same respectively fail due. It shall be the duty of the‘Board of Trus tees of said Town to do all acts and things required to fully carry out Ihe provisions of this section. hbction 7. This ordinance shall Im* Irre peulable until the Indebtedness herein pro vided for shall be fully paid, satisfied and discharged. Hkctioh h. This ordinance shall l>e In force aml effect from and ofter Us passage ami publication as required by law. Fussed nnd adopted this 19th day of Au gust A. D. IIW7. Authenticated, signed and approved this 10th day of August, 1907. C. T. CARNEY, Mayor Pro Tern and Presiding Officer of the Board of Trustees. [Town Heal.) Attest : T. B. HCOTT, Town Clerk ami Recorder. Published August 17th, 1007. HTATE OK COLORADO,) ConjiTY or Kio Bcanco, ;-bh. Town or Mrekkk. ) I,T. B. Hcott, Town Clerk and Recorder of the Town of Meeker, Colorado, do here by certify that the foregoing ordinance, being Ordinance No. 08. entitled: “An Ordinance to contract au In debtedness on behalf of the Town - of Meeker, Colorado, nnd upon-the credit thereof. I>y issuing bonds of wild Town to the amount of Ten Thousartd Dollars for the construc tion of waterworks for fire and do-' mestlc purposes, prescribing the form of said bonds and providing for the levying of taxes to pay tho same,” was duly passed and adopted at the regular meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of said Town which was duly held according to law and the rules of the Hoard on Maturduy, the loth day of August, IW7, by unanimous vote of all the member* of the Board pres ent and was duly signed and approved by the Mayor pro tom, attested by the Town Clerk and Recorder, seuled with the seal of •aid Town and recorded by the Town Clerk and Recorder In tho Book ofOrdlnances. WITNEHH my hand ami the seal of said Towu this lith day of August. IWI7. T. B. HCOTT Town Clerk and Recorder, [Town Heal.] . . ' Published in The Meeker Herald Saturday, August 17,1997. T. HAMLIN, Practical Plumber and Fitter. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Estimates on all Classes of Work. ALL WORK GUARANTEED P O Box 25 - - Meeker feesasssasssasssssssseeq HORACE McCANNA ! j DENTIST ; « ft | OFFICE— Sheri dan Residence. | II sheridan] A beautiful brown ilainbletonlnn stallion, fooled May IW.», sired by Prinio, lie by Dnino, he by Jerome Eddy, he by Louis Napoleon, he by Volunteer, nnd he by tho re nowned Hnmhletoiilan 10. Primo’s Dam Prelude, she by Middle march, he by Macy, he by George Wilkes, be by Humbletonlan U>; second dam, l>y Sacramento, he by Woodford’s Mambrlno Chief; third dam, by Green Mountain ler’e Redblrd, Hr., he by Hlr Arch er, he by Palmyra, he by the re nowned Ethnn Allen. HHERIDAN will stAnd for the season nt Taylor’s ranch below town. Terms on application. • TAYLOR A- PA RK EH, Oa*ners and Managers. NAPOLEON IV Mammoth Breeding Jack. NAPOLEON IV was foaled May, 1*6); sired by the famous Mordccal A. Davidson jack, Nnpoleon 111, 17 hnrnls high, foaled Kept. 1801, nt Mohcrly, Mo., he l>y Nnpoleon II of Glnnwater, he by Eureka, he by Park’s rnmous Peacock, son of Louis Napoleon, lie by Miller’s Imported Napoleon: first dam, May Eagle, second dam, Alvnz rado. third rinin Fanny Kilgore, she by Blackhawk, hu by Henry Olay of Kentucky, son of the fa mous Imported Jack, Warrior. NAPOLEON’S TV’sdnm, Black Jen, she by Thomas L. Davidson’s famous big Jack, .lumlM>, nearly 16 hands high, he by the great Kentucky Mtoncwull Jackson, owned by H. O. Kerrs of Clay county, Missouri, ho by Compro mise, Jr., he by the great Costll lion, out of a Tippecanoe jennet. Dam of Compromise, Jr., was by Old Compromise, lie by Black Bampson nnd a Warrior jeunot. NAPOLEON will also stand at the Taylor ranch. Our weather prophet predicta that a cold wave will pass over Meeker on the 24th instant. It will be felt in the vicinity of the Mesa school house at first and then move nil over. As it will be of short duration the price of coal wll not be affected. The telegraphers are on a strike. L. It. WALBRIDGE. Cattle branded us on out oa left side. ltangr, Lime Kiln and Miller Crack. _ yifj I' I P O Meeker TH* BAB* BEOS. LAND 4 CATTL* IX).- Cattle branded rm left side same as cut Also own cattle branded ■H|k'o pol E3 Horse branded same as cut. Blanco coanty. P ‘ drew Meeker Colo. J BA J O NIM ERICK. Cattle branded same us cut on left *ldc. Rauue, North Fork of White river. Postotllre address, WF W Buford. Colo. RITTII C. BARTLETT. llBMf f Cattle branded same as cut. Ear murks used: crop on rlubt ear. Vllnß on left; also under ii&Sliibuck on each cur. Young stock the HI Winter range, lower Hummer rangi , tower White river and Marvlne creek. P O address Box U 2&, Meeker. Colo. M. L. HANDY. Cattle branded on left side. Additional brand* IBiffli ma Al*o humiiwwa g- 1 Ml and cattle. BM!1 Range, upper■BHHß White, principally on south sfde of river. P O Meeker. THR WHITE RIVER CATTLE & INVEST MENT COMPANY. - Cattle brand«>d same as tMBf cut on right side. Also 7 E L on left side. Horse brand same us Range, upper White. Winter range, vicinity lH of Angora. PO Box UK Meeker. J herd. manng<«r. VA B. M. VAUGHAN. uWk Cuttle branded us at>ovc Also own cattle bnind edHsfoUow*:^^^^^^ Horses branded All young stuck branded Range between North Elk Crook and South Fork of White river. PO address: A C Kill son, Meeker, Colorado. J) D TAYLOR. Cuttle branded same as cut on left side, t Horse brand same. 11. 1 I Range Flag creek and IHigMral government road. Postotfiee address Meeker Colo. Attention, Stockmen! We lmve always on hand some of tho highest class of Registered Hhortliorn Bulls In t)ie United States; also Grades from our choicest hulls, as roll ns Pure Brad Berkshire hogs. We Invite Inspection and comparison. THE UMPI LIKE STOCK HD LUO CO. Hayden, Colorado. Call at the MEEKER HOTEL Bar for Good Beer. Budwehser Schlltz Silvlr Shite ZungH Keg Beer. Hay and Stabling At th<* Wetinore house barn (near flour mill) 25 cents per night. Also good cnijip house. Take BROMO-FEBRIN for your cold. At Strehlke Bros. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Office of County Assessor, Meeker, Rio Rlnn eo County, (’(dorado, August i, iw;7. Notice is hereby given that I will Is* at my office In Meeker, t’nlornco. on Thursday. Friday and Hat unlay. August 9t». :to and ill, IWif, to meat nil persons or rcprercntatlve* of associations or corporations whose prop erty has been assessed nt u valuation other thnn given In the schedule filed by such person, asswplatlon or corporation; or who may have any other grievance regard ing the assessment of their property for the year lno7, for the purpose of hearing nnynad all complaints relative to the assessment roll, If uny there la*. J. A. BILLS,County Assessor. I ~ PURITY Burnett’s Vanilla Has never been questioned by any Pure Food Commission BEST BY TEST ’oseph Burnett Co., . Boston. Mass.. JOHN P BYKEB Cattle branded same as cut on left side. Ear !■■■■ mark, underslope, and nmEB overbit left ear. I targe, Sulphur and 9- JmSF. Js&tiZs* Also own cattle carrying the Mjaftoj gm gg ggg H. B. HARP. Cattle and TA horses. AL*o^B§|§||§| own and rua**Bliilli foHowhuMbrandm”™" Range. Nino Mile Hill mSmS WMmJksSM and Coal Creek. P O Meeker. J L Me HATTON. Cattle branded same a* w out on left side. Boras . cattle branded Bar left . side and Seven on left hip. Horse brand Bar-7 left thigh. Range Coal Creek basin and #ll vicinity. P O Meekm Colorado. L. P. CRAIG. Cattle branded same as cut ou left side. Al so run cattle branded V I on left side. Range, Upper White. P O address, Meeker J. P. HCHERMEKHORN. Cattle branded same as cut on tight side or hip Range, government rood and bead of Pleo ance creek. If* Pnstofltcc address Kio Blanco, Colo. T H WARREN. Cattle branded same as Horses wune Bunge Miller eroek and upper White river. Postotfiee address ■ Meeker Colo. W O HAMPER. qlfl||p Cattle branded same ns cut on left side. Ear marks, square crop on right and nuderslope on left. Also own cattle branded T L-and 4-N IF 1 |B| Horses branded same us cut on left shoulder. Rangjs north side of White river and vicinity. P O Meeker. J. P. NIELSON. Cattle brandod on left side. Horses branded same on shoulder. Range, upper White rlv er between North Elk creek and Dry creek. P O Meeker. It O RUHBELL. MfIUF Cattle branded same as cut on left or right sides. Ear marks—up perbltboth ears. Horse ■ brand same as out. Range—Head of MU d u -1 -DbDKVLUr. Mflto Cattle braadecTaame as ent on right or left nip or any part of anl mat. figJßß*arßlßBraiS'§j Horse brand same on left Range, Miller creek and upper White. P O Meeker. $5 Reward, per head, for return of my .stock to me at BJeeker. Cattle and horse stock branded H| EH Sonic cattle branded Qj HS Bj Also one roan mare branded Isaac Collier, Meeker. i all counti i<M, or no K-e. We obUln PATENTS ■ THAT PAY, aJrerU* them Uwroeghly, at oar ■ expense, ami help yon to success. ra Bend model, photo or fketch for FREE report ■ on patentability. 20 Tests’ practice. Suit* H PASSING REFERENCES. For frt* Qakte■ Book on Profitable l’atente write to §1 SO3-sos Seventh Street, ■ WASHIHQTON. D. Q. j Settle Up. Having sold my blacksmith shop and business, all parties knowing themselves to be indebted to me will ploaso call and settle* their accounts with K. R. S. Sanderson, collector. W. G. Beavers. Read The Herald for the news. When the Hair Falls Then it’s time to act! No time to study, to read, to experi ment! You want te save your hair, and save it quickly, tool So make up your mind thia very minute that If your hair ever comes out yeu will use Ayer’s Hair Vigor. It makes the scalp healthy. The hair stays in. It cannot do any thing else. It’s nature’s way. The best kind of a testimonial "Bold for ovar tixty years." A “ai-Siaasa*;7“-”“ AA ~ „ IMBAPARUXA. Kj.ygrSSaiiTPsenau.