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MEEKER HERALD JAMES Lyttle, Editor and Proprietor The Pioneer Newspaper In Rio Blanco County Best Advertising- Medium in Northwestern Colorado Up-To-Date Equipment FINE JOB PLANT Address: THE HERALD Meeker, Colorado jßifle, Meeker & Craig j \ Stage and Express Line : » NEW CONCORD COACHES J t = j | Daily: Rifle to Meeker; Parties arriving on any a » trl-woekly to Axial, Tues- 1 train too late to take sta|?e J J day, Thursday and Satur- A can secure conveyance at J ! day. Livery stabinat Rifle Ty our Rifle livery. We meet a • and Meeker. For Inlorma- T all trains. Write or phone J ? tfon and rates, address- r to me at Rifle, Colo. J j 1 -—I ! H. P. Spurlock, Prop., Rifle, Colo. | L. ........ A BUILDER NOT A WRECKER There is an underlying principle in this slogan that comes homo to every Colorado citizen. This is evidenced by the fact that THE DENVER TIMES initiated the “Buy Colorado-Made Products” movement, which is but One Phase of a broad principle that includes promoting increased production of the agricultural, mineral and livestock industries of the Central West, and at the same time open up and stimulate more and better markets for our products. The “Spirit of Optimism” permeates throughout Its Editorial !and News columns; NOT spasmodically or occasionally, but EVERY DAY. To sum it tip briefly, The Denver Times fulfills all of the ac cepted functions of a metropolitan daily that Is FULLY ALIVE to the Best Interests of Every Section of its Chosen Field, and withal at the lowest cost to YOU — ONLY lOc A WEEK Including tlu» Big Sunday Edition Featuring the Latest Popular Novels complete in one and two issues. Just fill out the coupon and mail today—4s cents per month; $5.20 by the year. Until further orders send me The Daily and Sunday Times Name Address For soreness of the muscles, whether induced by violent exercise or injury, there is nothing better than Chamberlain’s Liniment. This ment also relieves rheumatic pains' For sale by all dealers. “Teddy” The ytfung Hambletonian stallion, now owned by C. H. Wallace, will be . handled by H. M. Buttles this season. \ Teddy is a very handsome animal and has a track record of 2:24; $lO to insure. 37tf, ol.tain.-.l In ■ ■ »I1 coantrivi*. or no lee. Wo olilA.ii PATENTS! ■ THAT PAY, Advert!*- tlicin tnoroUtfUly, At our ■ 1 ■ expense. and liulp you to success. ■ ■ Send model, photo or nketch for FREE *f|*>rt ■ -■ on patentability. *0 yi-niV practice. SUR- ■ ■ PASSING REFERENCES. For free Guido ■ ■ Book on I’rofltablo I-Merit* wrii-to IS ■ 103-105 Seventh Street, I IWSSMINOTON^^S , During the summer monthsmothers * of young children should watch for i any unnatural looseness of the ■ bowels. When given prompt attention * at this time serious trouble may he avoided. Chamberlain’s Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy can al ways be depended upon. For sale by all dealers. ! BOYS wanted to sell our Sunday papers; liberal inducements to 1 hustlers. Write to: Manager Circu > latioh, The Denver Time, Denver, ’, Colorado. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had Bpells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor* could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING’S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. . BOc AND >l.OO AT ALL PBUG6IBTB. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS VTA MIDLAND ROUTE Atuliiiion, Kiuih. ; Clilcnito, 111.; ColoradoKpriiii-s, Colo.;Council Blolla, Iowa; Denver, Colo.; Kanaaa City, Mo.; Loavunworth. Kaiix.; Minno apolix, Minn.; Omaha, Nob.; Peoria. III.; l’uuhlo, Colo.; St. Joseph, Mo.; St. Louie, Mo. and St. Paul, Minn. TICKETS ON SALE June l»t, Oth, mil, 12th, ir>th. 20th. 22nd nml 29th; July 3rd, 12th and 20th; AiißUHt Ist, 2nd, I Oth, 23rd and :llst; September tth and r,th. Final Limit October Slat, 1012. Stop over privilege, in both directions. For further infennatioii cull on or write R. E. VICKERY, General Agent, Phone Jet. 116. 352 Main St., Grand Junction, Colo. GAYET Non. Art4*Vl Mini 7201 T» TIIK ini|M»rUil I’urchuroii HtiilUmi, tlayet, was approved liy the French Government to Hliind for public service, lie Is h perfect <ln»M hm-Mcnf Die lilklh*! ipiiilll.v, jHiKsessliur lu n remarkable degree all the extraordinary qualities nought for in draft horse Hires, lie is not exceedingly large, but possesses tin* wonderful uetlvliy and high llnlsh for which the l'eruhemn l»n-ed Is so famous. ill. pedigree, like his individual merit, is the best that tun be round in France, bis immediate ancestors on tuitli sire’s and (bun's side being the most noted prize winners and breeders in that country. Clnyei has a certificate for Colorado as required by luw for public service. Ills colts, like himself, lire th »best In the state. Ouyet will stand «t the same plaee, nt- the ranch off D. l>. Taylor, one mile below Meeker, every day of the season of I«I2. •20 to Insure oolt. S7JSO for single service, duo at time of service. fl 5 for the sea son. Payment due Scptcmtsjr Ist. The Meeker Percheron Horse Assn. D. D. Taylor. Manager Will cure your cold BROMO-FERRIN while you sleep. Engraved cards, invitations, et; Our samples will help you decide. Tiik Hkkald. For Sale or Trade 120 acres relinquishment with im provements, 1 mile southeast of Bu ford ; cheap. Cajlator address this office. Who Will be the Next President? Free Book Wo take pleasure in announcing that any of our readers can secure a free vest pocket book of campaign information by sending a 2c stamp, actual postage, to D. Swift A Co., Patent Lawyers, Washington, D. It contains tables showing which states each presidential candidate carried in HJOB, the number of Demo crats and ' Republicans elected by each state to congress in HH)H and 1910, the leading events of the life of each president from Washington to Taft. It also gives the population of each state according to the census reports of 1890, 1900 and 1910, the pop ulation of about 20 of tlie largest cities in each state, a calendar for 1912 and 1913 and much other useful information and forty blank pages for memoranda. It would cost twenty five cents at a lunik store. For Sale 320-acre relinquishment; four-wire fence; well, and house. Inquire at til is office. tf OVER 68 YEARS* ■ f 11 J 1 I T>l 4 J ill J; I „ TRADE IVIARKS ■■T Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sensing a sketch nnd descript inn mar quickly ascertain rair opinion froo whether an i Invent Inn la probably pntentaMo, Communion- i tlou* strictly conndentliil. HANOBOOK <»i I’nii-nta scut froo. Oldost agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Ilunn A Co. receive - wpteitU notice, wit boat cbnrue, lu tbo Scientific Jlmericam A handsomely UlnstrsiM weekly. I.srsest cir culation of any solentltln lonrnsl. Terms, *3 a year: four months, 81. bold by all ns w*d colors. KllfNN & Co.* e, »«—New York i Branch Offlco, 636 F 8U Wasblnrtoo. D.C. . Strawberry Pickers Wanted Owing to the increased acreage w<- will be short several hundred pickers. The abundant crop will insure pickers $2.50 to $4 per day in wages. (■ nod camping, fine water and rea sonable living expenses. Picking will run from about July 20 to September 1 STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Stkawiikkrv ani> Pkoihjcjk Association. B team boat Springs, Colo. The Choice of a Husband is too important a matter fora woman | to be handicapped by weakness, bad I blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill j hopes by taking Dr. King’s Life Pills. New strength, fine complexion, pure breath, cheerful spirits—things that win men follow their use. Easy, safe, sure. 25c at all druggists. Black King The L. N. Boner horse will stand for the ensuing season as fol lows— r Mondays and Tuedays at the > Gillis ranch, lower White river, f Thursdays and Fridays at the * old Boner ranch, Powell Park. Saturdays and Sundays at Meeker. $12.50 to insure; SB.OO a season. 1 C. E. Johnson Manager, i Meeker P. O. Insect Bite Costs Leg A Boston man lost his leg from the bite of an insect two years before. To ! avert such calamities from stings ami : bites of Insects use Buck ten’s Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and prevent inffanmtion, swelling anti pain. Heals bums, boils, ulcers, piles, eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents at all druggists. i If you area housewife you cannot j reasonably hope to be healthy or beautiful by washing dishes, sweep ! ing and doing housework ail day, nnd crawling into bed dead tired at night, j You must get out into the open air j and sunlight.' If you do this every | day and keep your stomach and bowels in good order by taking ! Chamberlain’s Tablets when needed, you should become both healthy and beautiful. For sale by all dealers. Bee supplies at the lumber yard, tf Salt Lake City. Utah, will enter tain a great many national convent ions during the year 1912 and in the interest jf the delegates and.tourists, who will visit the convention city by America’s Dead Sen, the Denver and Rio (traud Railroad has just issued a handsomely illustrated folder, des criptive of tiie noted scenic points along its lines between Denver and Salt Lake City, together with a list of hotels, cafes, theaters, clubs and points of interest in and around “The City of Zion.” In the center of the folder is a map showing the street ar rangement and giving the location of principal buildings, railroad offices, etc. The cover design is a very neat three color effect looking through the giant portals of Castle (late with Suit Lake City, by Great. Salt Lake in the background. FOR SA LE—Slight ly used piano for sale, cheap for cash. Call at this office. jan-27 Reduced Rates via Colorado Midland Denver. Colo., August 12-14, 1912. Ac count meeting Improved Order of Reel Men. Oim fare for the round trip. Date of sale August 11. Final return limit August 1(1. Colorado Springs and Muuit.ou, Colo., August 27-29, 1912. Account Pike’s Peak Region Summer Carnival. One fare for tlm round trip. Dates of sale August 27 and 28, 1912. Final ret in n limit. August 31. Denver, Colo., September IU 21, !912. Account Annual Meeting Masonic Bodies or Colorado. One fare for the round trip. Dates of sale September 1(5, 17 and 19. Filial return limit September 22. Denver, Colo., August, 1912. Account Supreme Lodge Knightsof Pythias and (4 rand Lodge Knights of Pythias. One fare for the round trip. Dates of sale August, (5, 7 and 8. Final return limit August 17. Pueblo, Colo., September 1(5-21, 1912. Account Colorado State Fair. One fare for the round trip. Dates of sale: For the public, September 1(5, 17. 18 and 19. For exhibitors. Sep tember 14 and 15, these tickets to be issued only on cert ideates signed by A. L. Price, secretary. Filial re turn limit September 23. Pueblo, Colo., August (5-8, 1912. Ac count Democratic State Conven tion. One fare for the round trip. Dates of sale August 5 and (5. Final return limit. August 9. Denver, Colo., August 1-3, 1912. Ac count Republican State Conven tion. One fare for the round trip. Dates of sale July 31, and August I. Final return limit August 5. For further information call on or write, R. 10. VICK FRY. General Agent 352 Main St., (fraud .1 unction, Colo. FOR SALE—Light High* buggy and harness, $30.00. See 11. Ramsey. Hugos block. J2O-27 F. M. Jones is now agent for the Edison Phonograph Co. Phonographs and Records for sale. Phonographs sls to $35. _ m-4 Horses For Sale All kinds of horses for sale. Will take secured or approved notes at 8 per cent interest in payment, if parties buying desire. J. C. (i KNTKV. Wind Mills See the new Star wind mill, sold by A. K. Lytle. These mills are per fectly self-governing; automatically throwing themselves out of gear; adjusted to any velocity of wind. What Makes a Woman? One hundred and twenty pounds, more or less, of hone and muscle don’t make a woman. Its a good foundation. Put into it health and strength and she may rule a king dom. But that’s just what Electric Bitters give her. Thousands bless r,hem for overcoming faint.ing and dizzy spells and for dispelling weak ness, nervousness, backache and tired, listless, worii out fee Ping. ‘•Electric Bitters have done me a world of good,” writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla., “and I thank you with all my heart, for making such a good medicine. Only 50c. Guaranteed by all druggists. Mail Carriers Will Fly This is an age of great discoveries. Progress rides on the air. Soon we will see Uncle Sam’s mail carriers (lying in ail directions, transporting mail. People take a wonderful interest in a discovery that benefits them. That’s why Dr. King’s New Discovery for coughs, colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America. “It cured me of a dreadful cough,” writes Mrs. J. F. Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., “af ter doctor's treatment and all other remedies had failed.” For coughs, colds or any bronchial affection it in unequaled. Price 50c and SI.OO. Trial bottle free at. all druggists. Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al most certain to ho needed before th© summer is over. Buy it now and ho prepared for such an emergency. For sale by all dealers. THE MEEKER HERALD James Lyttle, Editor and Proprietor Entered In the Mwk«r, Colo.. poatoflloe as second-class mall matter. TERMS: roK HUHSCHirrioa. Jaw Year •* 00 Mx Months —1 W> KOK A DVKKTIMI NO. Professional Cauls, per Month _•* One Inch, display, per Month * I'wo Inches, per Month * «*> rtireo Inches, per Month 4 00 Four Inches, per Month 8 00 Five Inches, per Month « *> Ten inches, (1-3 column) per Month _to uo Twenty Inches, (I column) per Month 18 ou Professional Cards, when paid In advanee, 112 on per year. Local notices ten conts per line, Legal notices seven cents per line. Address all communications to TH K M KF.K KK H KHALI), Meeker. Colorado. HATHItbAY. JULY 27. 1012 [ MEMBER COLORADO EDITORIAL ASSOCM i Democratic County Assembly Notice is hereby given that the Democratic County Assembly for Rio Blanco county is called to meet at the court house in Meeker, on Saturday, August 3, 1911 a 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing six delegates to the State assembly which convenes at Pueblo, Colo., August (5. 1912. Said County assembly will also elect delegates to the Legislative, Senatorial and Judicial assemblies. The county assembly will also designate candidates for county of ficers whose names will be placed on the primary election ballots to be voted oil at the primary election to ho held on September 10, 1912, as follows: Commissioner Second District, Commissioner Third District, Clerk and Recorder, Sheriff, Treasurer, Assessor, Superintendent of Schools, County Judge, Surveyor, Coroner. Precinct primaries for the election of delegates to the county assembly and for the election of precinct chair man anil precinct chairwoman, will lie held at, the usual places in each precinct, on Saturday, July 27, lAI2, at 2 o'clock p. m. The several pre-. cincts will he entitled to representa tion in the aounty assembly as follows: Kmißcly ..... ...it White Klver 2 Plccnnce . 2 Knat Meeker n Coal Crook i Buford . 8 Powdl Park :t Angora 2 West Mteker... •» Pyramid 1 Petrol Itu . 1 The Democratic County Central Committee. W. S. Montcjomkky, F. N. Joll antgf.n, Chairman Secretary. Improvements By D. & R. G. Denver, July 19, 1912.—Vice Presi dent Brown of the Denver A Rio Grande railroad, today authorized improvements, the cost of which will amount to more than a million dol lars. These improvements will con sist principally of the substitution of Steel and concrete bridges for wooden structures; concrete arches in place of culverts; filling up of high trestles on branch lines; the ballasting of the desert portion of the main line be tween Westwater and Cisco, Utah; improving and making the necessary grade rectifications between River side and Malta on the second division in Colorado; the installation of a number of new track scales of latest design; the erection of new and modern coal chutes at Alamosa and Grand Junction in Colorado, and at Thistle JunctionJn Utah; the pur chase of new shop tools for the various plants at Denver, Pueblo, Grand Junction, Salt Lake City and other division points for the more economic and expeditious making of repairs. On account of the unusual length ot the now Mallet engines recently ordered, turn-tables one hundred feet in diameter will be required and they will be installed at Minturn, Colo rado, and Thistle Junction, Utah, the former on the west side of Tennessee Pass, where the railroad crosses the great Continental Divide, and the latter at the foot of Soldier Summit, the crossing of the Wasatch range. These Improvements will | start at once and will necessitate the employment of a great number of men for a period of at least twelve months. The Denver A Rio Grande railroad has awarded contracts to various car companies, for delivery within »0 days, contracts for 700 box cars. 100 stock cars, 850 coal cars and 50 cabooses, at a cost of $1,100,000. This equipment order follows plac ing of tlie order for 30 freight locomo tives with the American Locomotive company of Schenectady, N. Y., and : Baldwin Locomotive Works at i Philadelphia. Galvanized chimneys, any size, made to order, by A. E. Lytle.