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sphere was a wise man of DeCouts
Who wanted to sell his good oats.
He was tired of “store pay”
So he took them today
To the store where oash is the "lay.”
We Want to
Good Spuds, we want to
buy Prime Beef Cattle, we
want to buy Oats.
We sell you everythingyou
need on the ranch from the
babies’ shoes to a J. I. Case
threshing machine.
You know when you are
fair with yourself that the
cash system is the best, that
it saves you money; that it
saves you worry, and that it
saves you trouble.
No statements at the end of
the month, with the usual
quarrel over charges and
credits; no interest to pay,
and when you get a dollar
its yours to spend it where
you please.
“Remember, You Share in die Profits" -
The Union
Trading Co.
if . '
i*W« t-YTTX«.»«%w»Hr»prWcr
Or. Fnnefa toft tar Dnrn Tbura-
a *J r - .
& Bartk. Ml today for his Baa
tr term.
Mr. L Baar has rataraodlr— oat
Oaa Taylor laakad Ska tas* IMko
osar doriag tba wash.
Landlord Baba BaU rstamad from
railroad polats Saturday.
L. If. Baaar wan la Bsltaday and
r.parted prey"— la tbs hit,
Altar a weak sprat at Gtoowood,
John J. Darltt Is on tba Jab syaln.
J. a Crlsslnysr, of Fin—ts, ngte
tsrsd attho Msofcsr batal Tbsrsday.
Mrs. Oharlsy Bssssrla laavss to to
day to Join bar basbaad at Drayon,
Jos Booaay Is horn. again aftsr a
trip to Dam and otbsr ootside
E. J. and Mrs. WOsoa, of Wblts
Blnr, foTorsd tbs mstropsils with a
visit Monday.
Vie Dik.raan, who has ba— sot In
D«nv.r for ssr.ml months, Mtnrnsd
to Msaksr Tusodoy.
Harpor Msinary, of BsdSlM, Colo.,
roytstorod at tha Msaksr on Monday.
Ho la a blooded horse man.
Mias Carr Is at bar poof of doty
nyoln aftsr ottandlay.tbo faaaral ssr-
Tless of bar father at Aspen.
N. E. (“BUI") Staaap, of LI til.
Bearer, yraead oar booloraids with
Ms prss—es at the week sad..
Lawrence Smith, James Sbsridan
Braes Baker and tbs lies bays, ore
home from tbs ayrlealtaral eollsys.
Mrs. David Smith leaves today for
Brownies, Idaho, for a Isnythly visit
with her niece, Mrs. Ray MeCleave.
Ed Davis and J. & Borah were
among the Oak rid gv park folks reg
istered at the Msaksr daring the
Harry Young, Jr., returned from
Dragon, Utah, Thursday. Hs report,
that ovary uninteresting pines, but
plenty of business la tronsaetsd.
J. M. Walsh and Tom Taylor, of
Bangely, wars up from tha lower
country early In the weak altar seed
grain. They loaded up at tha Craig
Him Anna Allaabrook earns in
from Fort Loptou Tuesday, Miss
Anus will spend most of tha summer
with bar tba David Smith
family. . :,!crS'A
Charles Cutbbert, J. M. Qarrtnon
sod James Atkinson, all from tha
Junotion, are registered at the Mask
er hotel. They an expert workman
on tho Hogue block.
Mrs. M. B. Clark, who has ably
and soeoesafolly conducted the lower
Bangely school during the past term,
waa In town lost Friday and Setar
dry attending to school matters.
Mrs. H C. Peterson Is In from Coll,
line on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Peterson and the children. Her
many friends hereabout, were glad
to see the elder Mrs. Paterson look
ing so welL
Lost---Child's Coat.
A wblts bearskin child’s soot. Lost
between dinner station (on Meeks*.
BISe rood) and town. Reward for
return to the Union Trading Store,
The foundation walla of the new
Hugue block arc looming up. Tha
walls are heavy enough to carry a
four or Ova story structure.
Jack Frost went to bat this weak
and put s orlmp in onr nice, warm
spring weather. His last kick for
this season.
“Know How” in Decoration.
Yean of experience have given US
the “know bow” that makes a guar
antee of satisfaction with every Job
we do. F. Q. Waltojt.
Notice lo Building Contractor!.
Kottee It hereby given that imM Mda
Bill be netlfad op to and including If m.
onday, May 1* Ml, for tbe oooatruetMi o t
the Oatnolie church. Meeker, Colorado. ■
Plant and tpeel float Ions can be aeen at Um
oSn of county dark, court hoote.
The bonding committee retervet the right
to reject any or all bide.
By order ot building committee.
Located at John A. Watson’s Place, Near Flour Mill.
Native Lumber :$25: Per Thousand
All Other Classes of Lumber
at Correspondingly Low Prices
Qatta a number of- voters Instated
a poo voting for four trusts— for tbe
long term at Tuesday’s election; still
there were not many M a year
ugo. ▲ few people seem to tbluk
they can write m the bum of tbe
political party they —rep—m mod
then put —me extra era— murk or
murks opposite tbe names- of candi
date* of another political party. Of
eour—, tbe law do— not prohibit
—ob marking, but whoa tho judges
are unable to make out tbe intent of
tho voter, tho result to that —me of
tho caadidat— to— a vote.
The aew party mart# a creditable
•bowing Tuesday, and two of tfceir
candidates, Phelps and Reynolds,
lacked but a few vote* of eleetioo.
While it w—generally thought that
there would not bo ballots enough to
aooomodate all tbe voters, tbs vote
fell about a hundred abort, and it
a—ma tbera was a decided indiffer
ence shown. They —old not bo
drawn to tha polls with a twenty
mule team; air ships might have
tempted them.
Ed. Dalton, formerly a clerk in tba
Hugus store and later in tha meat
market, died re—ally In California.
It will bo remembered that be and
Mrs. Ida Dark, al— a former Hugos
saleslady, wars married several
years ago, and after a residence of a
year or —at Frulta, removed to the
eoaat Onr informant states that
Mrs. Dalton has broken np house
keeping and gone to bor old bomo in
Andy Robertson Is still a mighty
good man, bat he Is not as young as
bo was when ho first “struck” White
river abont a quarter of a century
ago. Tbe other day be tried to con
quer a bucking broncho, and got the
worst of the contest. But—Andy will
tame tbat-“b(ono” before be quite tbe
job. That’s Andy’s way.
Orison, our floe Percherou stallion,
has been traded to a Douglas oounty
association of bor— be—den for an
animal of like high brooding. Grisou
was taken to tbs railroad Wednesday
by Isaao Collier, who will bring in
tbe new hone.
Fred Cantons was In from the
me— Saturday and reported that
work was to be started on the Miller
creek ditch Monday. It to intended
to ba— tbe ditch In water-—frying
shape early this season.
Reid Moore is moving around after
being confined to bis room for about
ten days, suffering from a gathering
In his right ear. In addition to in
ten— pata, the trouble pulled Reid
down —stderably.
/ Sheriff Elltabn has completed a
fine barn and carriage boo— on hta
property on east Cleveland avenue.
Later on, a band—me residence will
further adorn the property.
Poetmaater Fisk has leased the J.
M. Hay— place east of town and is
preparing it for tbe re—ption of Mrs.
Fisk and the children, who are due
moet any day.
Farmer Harlke sent another load
of bis effects to Bangely this week.
Mr. Hartke will leave for the White
River fruit belt soon business
hern will permit
Earning of Rangely School House.
About sight o’clock in the evening
of Monday week, the lower Bangely
eohool bon— was discovered to be on
fire. The flam— bad gained such
headway when discovered that It
waa Impossible to —ve tho building
or contents.
Insurance agent H. J. Hay reports
that tbe building was Insured for
S6OO, about all it was worth. It was
a frame structure and one of tbe old
—t in the unty. It was well fur
nished, the total lo— will be over
SIOOO. In addition to the lo— on tbe
district, Mrs. Clark, the teaober, I—t
a number of valuable books, the
children I—t nearly all their books
and a good Sunday school library
was consumed, by the flames. The
fire is supposed to have started from
a defective *floe.
As yet the board bas not officially
notified Mr. Hay of the fire, noth
ing has been done to —ll—t the in
It is presumed tbe board will soon
take steps I—king to rebuilding.
Go and examine Mrs. Brown’s mil
linery. All latest styles.
Bound Over.
Mrs. Ann Bernard, one of the
famed Bas—tt girls of Brown’s park,
known throughout Northwestern
Colorado “Queen Ann,” and Tom
Yarborry, have been bound over to
tbf Moffat county term of tho dis
trict court for “besflng” Two-Bar
Mrs. Grimstead bas been over at
May bell to a— her brother, Ab
Hughes, wbo was quite ill for a time.
It is now reported that Mr. Hugh—
has tar reoovered as to be able to
be outagaln.
Harry Young, tbe efficient borae
shoer at tbe JoHantgen shop, has
been on tbe sick list all w—k, bat
hop— to bo able to report for doty
Monday. ___
Mr. and Mrs. Ed J.WUeoo of White
River, were royally entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ky—r daring the
Arthur Letninger made a trip to
Buford farm this w—k, and reports
everything spring-like up there.
Mr. Reinno and family from Utah,
ar among the latest arrivals.
Tbs latest and swellest lines of
millinery at Mrs. Brown’s.
Commissioner’s Proceedings
Tbs boerd of county commissioner*
met In regular quarterly session on
Monday, April 8,1011; ’n»e board waa
railed to order by Chairman Robert C.
Russell. Present Commissioners T.
Baker and W. H. Goff, and County
Clerk B—tt.
The minutes of the January meeting
were read and approved.
All correspondence was read and or
dered filed.
On motion tbe following claims
against the county were examined and
allowed, and warrants ordered drawn
for tbelr payment:
Road Distbict No. l.
C W Toles, road work 8 154 75
J R Horn, “ “ 25 00
A Crandall, blaekamithin# IS 00
Joraph H. Thoms*. ooal 2 00
Coltharp Brothers, rapplis* 6 90
Road Distbict No. 2.
J A Martin, road work : $ IS* 79
H O Mill*, “ “ 12 90
W B Baiter, loss 12 79
W B Montgomery, eedar poets SI 96
Road Distbict No. 9.
D H Kuehl, road work $ 112 00
BTB Himes, lumber 11 55
Übhbbal Road Fchd.
Rank of Meeker, discount on warrant... 9 1 SO
John Quinton, logs 181 25
M J Patterson Construction Co, bridge
work 1,554 71
Distbict Coubt.
A C Ellison, sheriffs fees 8 US 40
Charles H Ki—. fees, district eoart 2 IS
H C Jesssp. bonrdtas prisoner * B
J CO—try, district attorney 54 00
Highland Cemetery association, lot 9 818
AJOidlaad * Co, supplies 8188
P M JoHanteen, rent 1 79
Dr Samuel French, health officer 48 79
G W Battles, aarsiat poor B 08
Bel—b D Lyttle, rapt, of schools 9 IB 08
" ** —press IB
“ “ mileage 8 48
T B Beott, express «
Meeker L, H A P Co, lights 18 B
Colorado Telephone Co IS B
State Association Commissioners 4 00
J L Rilaod, printing and advertising ... 44 81
A Moyer, coal 12 00
Qeocge Baals, labor on court hones 170
TB Beott, rag death and birth 175
J L Tagert, cash adv for stationery <7 72
A L Btrahlke, supplies 6 B
Burrongh adding Machine Co, snpplles. 205
J A Bills, salary as ssssseor B 0 00
j L Th—rt. Janitor 45 00
Out West Printing Co. supplies 101 62
“ “ “ “ 2 90
T B Beott, postage 2 90
H F Spurlock, express’ 14 70
J W Hugos A Co, supplies 9 B
Bank of Meeker, state directory 0 00
A E Lytle, ire brick.... a 12 40
P W Hockctt, balance. Judge of eleetioo 890
Tbe official bond of J. D. Moog, *a
oounty surveyor, was examined end
On motion the board adjourned.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Tbe meeting was called to or
der by Chairman Russell. Present.
Com mission era Baker and Goff, and
Clerk Scott.
The following monthly and quarterly
reports of the oounty officers were re
ceived, examined and approved:
J. L. Tagert. county treasurer and
•public trustee.
T. B. Boott, —unty clerk.
A. C. Ellloon, sheriff.
Thomas Shervin, comity judge.
On motion Isa— Baer was recom
mended to the Colorado State Fair as
sociation to represent Hloßlanon comi
ty as vice president of —id fair.
The resignation of W. T. 8. Jan— as
justice of the peace in Justice Precinct
No. 1 was received and accepted.
A mad petition was received from
eight—u tax-payers, asking that a
change be made in the county road
n—r Frank K—l’s ranch, which was
laid over until next meeting.
On motion, J. A. MoNew was ap-
K luted justice of tbe pea— In Justice
ecinot No. 1.
The butcher bonds of the Meeker
Mercantile company and the Meeker
Market were examined aud approved,
and ordered filed.
On motion the following claims
againt the oounty were examined and
allowed, atid warrants ordered drawn
for tbelr payment
JDMoog, rarriessas surveyor f 15 00
T D Riley, bslaaee logs 14 00
W H Clark.ssp— sts to Dsnrar 46 00
F W FairiMd, e—l 18 00
John Doogau, black smithing 11 B
Ths Dalon Trading Co,—ppliss 90
James LytUs, printing sad advertising. 16 45
F N JoHantg—, blacksmith tag 8 17
Bobert C Russell, eonuaisskmsr 80 70
W H Goff, “ 97 00
Thomas Baker, “ io 70
T B Beott, clerk of the board 88 71
By a unanimous vote of tbe board,
the money received from the Forest
Reserve fund, amounting to $1,807.49,
Martin Pontoon, Gup nID toy, S
M. O’Dwyer, ood Robert Potter ton
among the Bufordlt— In town ttte
last few days.
Con fro— convened In extra as—tea
on Tuesday and Champ Clark was
elected speaker.
A. B. and Mrs. McWilliams have
returned from Kane— and otbaf oak
aide points.
D. W. Black report# everything
promising out in the Petrfflite auc
tion. _________________
Vie Wilson, the popular Inaoraa—
man, Is autographed at the Msaksr.
Ed Walsh, of Bangely, were regis
tered at tbe M—ker Thursday*
R. M. Lapree is still at Columbia,
Nevada, and sends regards to all
M—ker friends. Ro—ell Is well and
k—ping the “wolf from the door” in
nice shape.
Rain and hail Wednesday. <
Will ours your sold
while yon sleep.
It Is carious to note that most of
the fatal accidents to airmen befall
those wbo are trying to win a reputa
tion as a cut-up.
wu divided equally between Ike road
and general school fund.
Mattes to C—sty —MW I
All county officers are hereby ordered
to order all vuppll— through tha coun
ty elerk.
On motion the board adjourned.
T. B. Scott, Clerk of the Board.
“No doubt about it,” —ys Basil
Hill, the chef wbo accompanied Pres-
Ident Grant on hla tear around the
world, and who h— been employed
at tbe Standish hotel of Denver, fer
over a year. “American people are
fondest of German food. I know I
never gue— wrong’when I prepare a
plentiful supply of German pot roast.
’"The reason for this eholoe is that
in moat hotels it is tba near—t ap
proach to real horns cooking. Per
haps a good many people wbo pre
tend to be real high-toned will order
dishes with high-sounding French
names, but in the long run the major
ity will call for German viands,
whether they have ever eaten tbs—
particular on— or not.”
It go— without —ying that in the
vernal months of tbs year a German
beverage Is preferred to any other—
witne— tbe manual popularity bock
beer, which li as rare to he adver
tised in tbs firing aa the latest mode
in women’s bats.
Stockmen are much in evidence la
Rifle the— days, and tbs demand for
cattle s—ms to be fully equal to the
supply. Jim Zimmerman of Carbon
dele, who recently returned from a
trip through Utah, Idaho, aad other
states, waa an arrival in town yester
day, but be waa not industrious lb
giving ont information as to tbs why
and wherefore.—Rifle Telegram.
Supper sad Bazaar.
The Ladies’ Guild of St. Jam
church, will give a basaar on tbs
afternoon of April 90 (Thursday) and
supper from 6to 8 same evening In
district court room.
Spring Millinery
Mrs. C. F. Brown’s Spring Millin
ery is nowon display. All lln—of
ladies’ headgear, and all of tbe moot
fashionable or—tions.
Plenty of windy weather last few
days. . %
Go and look at that fine lot of
White-B—r hors—* at the Spurlock
■tables. _________________
Harley and Mrs. Lampcblre have
taken positlons at the Boner ranch
In the Park, and will spend tbe sum
mer there. -
A few more days of sunshine and
everybody will want their painting
and decorating done- at once. See
Walton now and arrange to have
your work done when It is most con
venient for yon.
Stockgrowers' Meeting.
The regular annual m—Hug of tbs
White River Stockgrowcrs* associa
tion will be held at tbs county court
house, Tuesday April 18, 1911. All
members are requested to attend.
J. A. Bills, Secretary.
••with etrewgth and ease
they shrsyt please**
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