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IkEIEIEKIEIR, HERALD James Lyttlej 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 I Meeker, Colorado Obuiiwd In ■ all eounlrlm. or no Ico. We obtain PATENTS ■ PAY, adrertiae them thoroughly, at our ■ •apeoM, and nel|> you to succuo. I Bead model, photo or sketch for FREE report ■ on patentability. to years’ practice. SUN* ■ PASSING PtrCPCNCES. For frae Ouhte ■ Book on Profitable Polenta write to B •03*809 Seventh Street, I WASHINGTON, P- C- B OVER 05 YEARS r Copyrights Ac. Anyone MnMng e sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention la Ptobably patenUhbT Comm nn I ra tions strictly eonfidantfal. HANDBOOK on Patents sont free. Oldest saency for Moaripcpatents. Patents taken tbrooch Mann A Co. reoelre Wfteva notice, without char»e, la this Scientific American* A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. I.ar*cat cir culation of any adentltle Journal. Terms, fS a year: four months, ft. Bold by all newsdealers. iwtaasatetti pneumonia! left me with a frightful cough and . very weak. I had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could notlielp me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING’S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. 80t AND 11.00 AT AU. DBUOGItTt. Denver’s Costs Less Than Newspaper I IIF I IIHF a Cent a Day Reduced in Price Daily, With the Big Sunday, a Whole Year a Bargain M ‘" Only in Advance Why Pay $7.00 and $7.80 Per Year, the Price Asked by Other Denver Papers? A Dime a Week or 45 Cents Per Month Or. if You Pay in Advance. We Make You an Unusual Offer. NOTE BELOW: ■■— ■■■ Daily I aily Sunday Just Fill Out This Coupon and Mail to »ni> Sunda } Only Only The Denver Times Denver. Colo Two Months $ .75 $ .55 $ .25 Please send me The Times until further Three “ 105 75 35 ;r „ Six » 1.75 L 25 .75 AddregB " One Year 3.50 2.00 1.25 THE DENVER TIMES ?"&£* NOTICE KTATK OF COIrOUADO, I K . In The County of Ulo Blanco, ( ' District Court KHtherlne K. Jackson, plaintiff, 1 vs. NOTICE. Ellsworth H. linos, defendant. | Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure and order of sale made In the above entitled action by the district court In and for the county of Klo Blanco, Htate of Colorado, on the 2nd day of Heptember, A. 1).. 1913. wherein and whereby I am commanded to sell the here inafter described premises, property and water rights to release the sum of plto.nn with Interest at the rate of H per cent per annum from date of said decree, together with costs and commissions Incurred herein and hereby, reference to which decree and order ts hereby- made, I, the undersigned It. U. Lyon, sheriff of Rio Blanco county, Colorado, will sell at public auction on the flth day of October, A. D„ 1913. at the hour of 10 o'clock .a. m.. of said day at the North frontdoor of the court house in the town of Meeker, Klo Blanco County. Colorado, to the highest and liest bidder for cash, the Houth Half of theHouth east (sVise}<i) and the Houth Half of the Southwest Quarter Thirty-four (34) In Township Three (3i, North of Range Ninety-eight (W), West of the tUh P. M., County of Klo Blanco nnd Htate of Colorado, also all water rights and rights to the use of water for Irrigation and domestic purposes upon said described premise* however the same be evidenced and to which the said Ellsworth H. lines was or tsentttjed. and particularly the following described water rights: All right. Lit le and Interest In nnd to “The E. H. Imes Ditch" and the appropriation of water therefor, also all lateral ditches, rights of way and easements therein used to carry and convey water to ami upon said described lands, to gether with all the singular the tenements, Fieredltamentsand appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, or so much thereof as may be necessary to ob tain the said amount specified In said de cree, together with costs and commissions. Witness my hand and seal at Meeker, Klo Blanco County. Colorado, this :ird day of Heptember, A. I)., 1913. [seal] R. a. LYON. Hnerlff Ulo Blanco County, Colorado. (‘hah. E. Houthakd, Attorney, Greeley, Colorado. si:)-ot Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Glcnwood Springs, Colo., September 15. 191.1 NOTICE Is hereby given that John Williams, of Meeker. Colo., who, on Sept. 30 1909, made Homestead Application, amended,No.oBsoo.for fAits 1.2, 10, 18, the nwU se 1 *, ne% sw‘s. See 35. Tn 1 N. K 95 W Kth P M, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three Year Pniof to establish claim to the land above de scribed liefore Henry J. Hay. U 8 Commls i sinner at Meeker, Colo., on the 4th day of November. 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: William B. Salter, Marshal Height- n. Ernest A. Wilkinson nnd Grover C. Hedges, all of Meeker, Colorado. E. R. FOKDHAM. n2ox*2s Register. MONTGOMERY LAND * CATTLE CO. Cattle brand- ed as per out. Also own 57 Horse brand same as 9 ■! Kauge. Jose fl* ptalno bail d and n- Mm3BK3HSEK*MI m<?nt road. P O Meeker, Colo. W 8 Montgomery. Mgr. R C RUHHELL. dMB Cattle branded mud* as cut on left or rlghl sides. marks— up wan per bit both ears. Horse MBiM brand same as out. Range—Head of Mil * Bl ler creek and Lino Kiln I*o Meeker. L. B. W ALBKIIXJK. Cattle branded as on cui on Kang*’. Kiln Htb and Miller Creek. PO Meeker L. P. CRAIG. Cattle branded sarm as cut on leftside. Al no run ■aiaTi >n left side Range. Upper White P O address. Meeker T H WAKKEN. Cattle branded same a> Horace same Range Miller crock uni upper While river. Poetoffloe address Meeker Colo. THE BAER BROS. LAND * CATTLE CO. Cattle branded on left aide same as out Also own cattle bnlnd *2^_„ K* O POL WM Horse branded BBp same as out. Range Rio Blanco county. P O *d dress Meeker Colo. RUTH C. BARTLETT. 4MMf Cattle branded same a» cut. Ear marks used: crop on right car. under slope on left; also undet ■ baek on eaeb ear. Young vapn stock g 1 Bl Winter rang*;, lowei White river. Summer ' range, tower White rivet andMarvine creek. P O address Box 330. Meeker. Colo. AMBROSE OLDLANI) All Inercase branded tin left side, mhiiio as eut Ear crop spin Also own aml run fol lowing branfls: ffHUBBUIWi Postoffiee address, Meeker. MRS DAVID SMITH Cattle branded on side Also own brand Horses branded Range. PO Meeker. Miller creek Colo E53 II S lIARP Cattle mid horses bran tied Range. Nlnemllt- hill and Postoltlee address. Mucker. A* A* 8 A WRIGHT PO Meeker Range, Upper Flag creek Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, YT. S. land Office at Glcnwood Springs, Colorado, Sept. 15,1913. NOTICE Is hereby given tbHt George W. Augustine of Meeker, Colo., who. on November 21. 1912, made Preemption Declaratory State ment No. 00818. for Lota 3. 4. and the w',4 sw>*. See 9, Tp 1 H, R 93 W tith PM. has filed notice of intention to make Final Preemption Proof, to itMtahllsh claim to the land atsivc described be fore H nry J. Hay. U S Commissioner at . Meeker. C«lo. tm the 29th day of October, 1913. 1 Claimant names as witnesses: William Y. Lowe. Hiram W. Tomlinson. • Frank A. Barker and Albert M. Pierce, all of 3 Meeker, Colorado. i- E. E. FORDHAM. • h2O-025 - Register. > . Money to Loan. r Unlimited money to loan on farm , security. Low interest. For partic • ulnrs apply to F. E. Sheridan, (fcf) Dr. Taylor, dentist. Meeker. Notice for Publication ■ Department of the Interior, U. 8. laind Office •t Glcnwood Springs. Colo., Aug. 20, 1913. NOTICE Is hereby given that Kerg G. Ilen - drkfcs. of Meeker. Colo., who. on May 17. 1909, mans Honuxdead Appllcat on No. D 3017 for •M SW> 4 and sw>, sw‘i Sec 9, Tp IN,It 92 W athP M, has tlUnl notice of iiitetition to make f final three-year proof to establish claim to the land hlmivc desei I bed la-fore Henry J. Hay, , UBi Commissioner at Meeker, Colo., on the 1 13th day of October. 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: ’ John Ouintun, James U. Henry. Antmic P. ' Stainiiiet/ amt Stanley J. Graham, all «>f Meeker. ( olnrndo. E. E. FORDHAM, apd-s:.’7 Register. Notice for Publication ’ Department of the Interior, IT. S. Laud Office at l Glcnwood Springs, Colo., September 3, 1913. ! NOTICE Is hereby given that John 11. Dade, ’ of Meeker, Colorado, who. on April 8, 1912, made I’reemption Declaratory Statement No. ' (MM), for h 4 tie l * Sec. 13. Tp I N. H Ml, Is>t 4 and se»4 nw»4, H<*e 18. Tp 1 N, K W w. oth Y M. has fllisl notice of intention to make final Preemption proof. to es ’ tabltoh claim to lhe land above described, be fore Henry J. Hay. U. S. ITommlsslonor. at Meeker. Colorado, on the 15th day of Octol>er, MIS. , Claimant names as witnesses: Janies |„ 'latum, Stephen G. Stelnmet/., Wil liam Winslow mikl Charles E. McPherson, all of i Meeker. ('olonido. E. E. FOKDHAM. ■6-0 11 Register. Notice tor Publication Depur! ment of the Interior, U. S. I and Office at Giciiwimxl Springs, Colo.. September 3,1913. NOTICE Is hereby given that Oliver C. Ilan i uer ot Meeker. Colo., who. on December 1910, made I’ns-mptlon I cclamtory Statement No. (MOB, furs', sw'q Six: 14, nwli nwis See SI, lie'. ne«. See 22. Tp I S, It 92 W Bth P M, has filed none*-uf intention to make final Preemption Proof, to establish claim to the land alsive de ■crlbivi Indore Henry J. Hay, l T S(Commissioner at Meeker, Colo., on the 10th day of OetolaM-, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Alaiisun Sttth. Bert S. Rink and Clarence liohaek, of Meeker, Colo., and Curl Zellhofcr, of Bulurd, Cidorado. K. E. FORDHAM, i sO-01l Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Glcnwood Springs, Colo., Aug. 30. 1913. NOTICE Is hereby glveu that Rcnora Ford, of Meeker, C(do.. who, on Jan. 2. 1913, nmde 1 Preemption Declaratory Statement No. ortmtf, • for s'/, nw*4 and nV4 sw*4 See 1, Tn IS, It 05 W 6tb P M. has tiled notice of Intention to make | final preemption proof tix-stabllsh claim o the I' land alsive deserltied la:fore Henry J. Hay. IT [ H Conuiiissioner at Mtx’ker, Colo., on the loth I day eM letolwr. 1013. | Claim ant names as witnesses: 1 Roy Hendricks. Burr S. Lovelace. Kdgur A. Proctor and Hattie A. Randolph, all of Meeker, . Colorado. K. E. FOKDHAM. ag23-527 Register. Notice for Publication Deparlmcni of the Interior, U. 8. latnd Offi<x> , • at Glcnwood Springs, Colo., Aug. 3u. 1013. NOTICE Is hereby given that Thomas 11. Warren, of Mix-ker, Colo., who. oil SoptoinlxT 12, I 0(»;. made Homestwul Application (adjidn lngfarmt Ctc 385. No. (K2SC2. for sw>4 ne'* and nwt* -e'* Sex: 25. Tp I S, K 03 W (Ith P M. has filed notice of Intention to make final five-year pngif to establish claim to the land alsive de scribed liefore Henry J. Hay, IT S Commis sioner at Meeker, Colo., on the 14th day id' I October. 1913. Claimant uain4*sas witnesses: I John W. C Shepherd. Thu nas Baker. James M. Johnson and Claude J. Wilson, all of Mocker, Colorado. E. E. FOUDIIAM. ag*i -27 Register. Notice for Publicat lon Depsi'ineut of the Interior. U. S. lauidontee at '.I. lIWIHSI Springs, Colo., Aug. 2a, 1913. NOTICE Is hereby given that Alfnsl L. Pearson, of Moeker, Colo., who, on April 22, 1918, made Preemption Declaratory Statement ' No. 07133, for Lots 2 and 3 See y. Tp IN. It 95, seC *vvJ4 and swli 3ft. To 2 N, It 95 W ffitrP'Sf, has filed mitiee of Intention >o muke final preemption proof to establish claim to the land above described before Henry J. Hay, U H Commissioner at Meeker, Colo., on the 25th day of October. 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: William Sherrill. Nells Hansen. Hotter! 11. Crawford and Itotiert 11. Wear, all of Meeker, Colorado. K. K. FOKDHAM. ug23-*27 Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. latud Office at Glenwiasl Springs,Colo.. SeptemlK‘r3, 1013. NOTICE Is hereby given that James M. Johnson of Buford, Colorado, who. on May 22, I lists, made Homestead Application No. fit 15. Ute, Serial No. «SMI. for s*-i nekt nw**, n'4 se'4 11W4, n'i n'i sw>4 nw'4, s', nw!( nw'. 4 . s', n l , nw'4 nw‘/i See. 30, and n'4 ne' 4 Six*. 27. Tp 1 N.. K 00 W ttth P. M., has tllcxl notice of Intention to make final five year - proof to establish elaiin 10 the land alsive dr scrilied before Henry J. Hay. U. S. Commis sioner at Meeker, Colorado, on the 15th day of Ociotier, 1013. Claimant names as witnesses: William Kalsner and John Moore of liuford, Colorado, and Alliert J. Ijikuinp and James C. , Gentry, of Meeker, Colorado. K. E. FOKDHAM, sK-01l Register. Summons—Divorce . STATE OF COIJIKAIiirj, 1 In the r County of Klo Blaneo, ( ' County Court ’ J. M. Kiser, plaintiff, f versus VSUMMONB. 1 1,1/.7.ette Kiser, defendant, i The People of The State of Colorado, , To Llzzette Kiser, the defendant above r named,Greeting: You are hereby required to appear In an notion brought against you by the above named plaintiff In the County Court of Klo Blanco county, Htate of Colorado, mid an swer the complaint therln within thirty days after the service hereof. If served with in the Htate of Colorado or by publication; or. If served out of the Htate of Colorado. I within fifty days after the service hereof, exclusive of Ihe day of service; or said act lon ’ maybe regularly set for trial the same ns though such appearance had been made and Issue had been Joined on such com plaint The said action is brought by plaintiff to obtain a decree of divorce, dissolving the ■ Ixmdsof matrimony nowoxlsttlng between " plaintiff and defendant, on the ground of extreme and repeated acts of cruelty as will more fully appear from complaint In said action to which reference Is here made and a copy of whieli Is hereto attached. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear, and to answer the said com plaint an above required, the said jilalntlff will apply to the Court for the relief therein demanded. . . Given under haqd and the seal of said Court, at Meeker 111 said County, this sth day of August, A. D. 1013. A. 1,. HTEHLKK. Clerk. aBP-527 The man who lives within his in come seldom drops dead from heart trouble caused by too much oxcite tneut. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured “I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, per- Huaded me to try a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy. After taking one dose of it I was cured, ft also cured othera that I gave it to,” writes Mrs. M. E. Gebhart, Oriole, Pa. That is not at all unusual. An ordinary at tack of diarrhoea can almost invaria bly by cured by one or two doses of this remedy. For sale by all dmg gisfca. Maybe you haven't noticed it, but the dumbest men are those who talk all the time. Send The Herald east. Getting up is only get- I ting ready for coffee, a ■ Getting the coffee is real- K ly the start of the day. 9 I A cup of good coffee • pushes away the cob- I l webs. Then, why risk E a poor start with uncer- ■ tain quality? * Moreys | , Solitaire, | Coffee I i is always good. Get I that? It is always good. • . Slowly aged and ripened I in Colorado air, it devel- H . ops its full flavor. • Roasted only a little at a • time, it is always fresh. B Blended to meet a stand- 8 ard flavor, it is always - uniform. B SoUMira T« « Solitaire Spices R , Solitaire Olives M * Solitaire Jelly B **Thm Beat the Grocer ™ Can Deliver.” A " THE MOREY ™ MERCANTILE CO. Q Denver, Colo. I SIX (ft) PER CENT LOANS ON farms, orchard lands, city resident or buHiucHH property, to buy, build, improve, extend or refund mortgages or other securities; terms reasonable; special privileges; correspondence in vited. Department L, HIH Common wealth bldg, Denver, Colo. slB-o4 Notice On and after Monday, Sept. 15, the Meekef Meat Market will make three deliveries daily, namely, at Hand 10 a. m., and 4 p. m.- -E. F. Dalton, sift 2 Once in a while you will find a man whose idea of a tradedy is to forget how many trumpß have been played. A. E. Lytle A Son will contract to drill you a well. An expert driller in charge. Place old papers under your car pets; 25 cents per 100, The Herald office. A man will be liberal about other things, but he won’t throw away a one-inch cigar stump when ho gets on a street car. Safest Laxative tor Women Nearly every woman needs a good laxative. Dr. King’s New Life Pills are good because they are prompt, safe, and do not cause pain. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of Lead ill, Tenn., says: ••Dr. King's New Life Pills helped her troubles greatly.” Get a box to day. Price 25c. Recommended by all druggists. Send The Herald to your friends in the East. In Serious Trouble. ‘‘She's in a frightful dilemma.” "HOW 90?’* "Why. Jock proposed to her last night and Insists upon baring an an swer before she will have time to learn whether Tom Intends to pro pose.**—Chicago Post. A Dead Give Away. Wife—What would you do. George. If you were left a widow? Hub- Oh. 1 an pose the some as you would if yon were left a widow. Wife—You horrid wretch! And you told me you could never care for anybody else.- Boston Transcript. Looking Forward. **l didn't know your husband bad been so 111.** “For two weeks he was so bad that 1 began to think of remarrying.”—Jour nal A raunant Presence of Mind. She—What do you mean by snylnr that Elsa is “more or leas pretty?” Ht -Well, she's more pretty than most girls nnd less pretty than you!—Bim pllcissiroua. One Way. Madge-Did you tell her she wai older than you? Marjorie—Oh. no; tbai wouldn’t be polite. But whenever we meet lu • car 1 offer her my seat. Conceit may puff up a man, but can aever prop him op.—Raskin. THE MEEKER HERALD J«me> Lyttle, Editor and Proprietor Kmered to (lie U.kir, Colo.. po.(ofHo« .. •eoond-olaaa mall matter. TERMS: FOR SUBSCBIPTIOH. Jne Year •* 00 Mix Month* l 0° r»K ai>vicunaino. ProfcHNtonal raids, per Month •* W* One Inch, display, per Month 2 <■» Two Incbea, per Month ■ Three Inches, per Month —... 4 (*• Four Inches, per Month _. 5 00 Five Inches, per Month ... • oo Ten Inches, (1-2 column) per Month _lO i» Twenty Inched, (l column) per Month.—l 6'W Professional Cards, when paid tn advance, |!2 00 per year. Local notices ten ceuts per line Legal notices seven cents per line. Address all communications to THE MEEKER HERALD, Meeker, Colorado. HATURDAY. HEPTEMBER 27. 1918 i MEMBER COIjORADO EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION | Considering how little a female model wears, a man always wonders how an artist manages to do any work. If you see it in The Herald it’s so. Strengthen Weak Kidneys Don’t suffer longer with weak kid neys. You can get prompt relief by taking Electric Ritters, that wonder ful remedy praised by women every where. Start with a bottle today, you will soon feel like a new woman with ambition to work, without fear of pain. Mr. John Dowlingof San Fran cisco, writes: “Gratitude for the wonderful effect of Electric Ritters prompts ine to write. It cured my wife when all else failed.” Good for the liver as well. Nothing better for indigestion or biliousness. Price, 60c and sl, at all druggists. The average man can’t figure out the plan of life, but he knows that lie is entitled to a better job than the one he has. Mother of Eighteen Children “I am the mother of eighteen children and have the pruise of doing more than any young woman in my town,” writes Mrs. C. J. Martin, Hoone Mill, Va. ”1 suffered for five years with stomach trouble and could not eat as much as a biscuit without suffering. I have taken three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and atn now a well woman and weigit IflH pounds. I can eat anything I want to, and as much as i want and feel better than 1 have at any time in ten years. I refer to any one In Boone Mill or vicinity and they will vouch for what I say.” Chamberlain’s Tab lets are for sale by all druggists. It is a wise girl that can know enough without wanting to know too much. Do You Fear Consumption? No matter how chronic your cough or how severe your throat or lung ailment is. Dr. King’s New Discovery will surely help you; it may savo your life. Stillman Green, of Mali cliite. Col., writes: “Two doctors said I had consumption and could not live two years. I used Dr. King’s New Discovery and am alive and well.” Your money refunded if it fails to benefit you. The best home remedy for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and SI.OO. Guaranteed by all druggists. Old papers at Herald office, 25 cei'ts per 100. Engraved cards, invitations, et? Our samples will help you decide. The Herald. Caught a Bad Cold “Last winter my son caught a very bad cold and the way he coughed was something dreadful,” writes Mrs. Sarah E. Duncan, of Tipton, lowa. "We thought sure he was going into consumption. We bought just one bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy and that ono bottle stopped ids cough and cured his cold completely.” For sale by all drug gists. See The Herald for your society engraving. The best this side of Chi cago. Don't Let Baby Sutter With Eczema and Skin Eruptions Rabies need a perfect skin-covering. Skin eruptions cause them not only intense suffering, but hinder their growth. Dr. Hobson’s Eczema Oint ment can be relied on for relief and permanent cure of suffering babies whose skin eruptions have made their life miserably. "Our baby was afflicted with breaking out of the skin all over the face and scalp. Doctors and skin specialists fail to help. We tried Dr. Hobson’s Eczema Ointment and were overjoyed to see baby completely cured before one box was used,” writes Mrs. Strubler, Dubuque, lowa. All druggists or by mail 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Company St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa Buggy for Sale A good pole buggy. See J. M. Priest.