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MEEKER HERALD James Lyttle. Editor and Proprietor sL tob Pioneer Newspaper In Rio Blanco County Best Advertising Medium in Northwestern Colorado Up-To-Date Equipment FINE JOB PLANT Address: THE HERALD Meeker, Colorado A War and Campaign Special Trial Offer Just to show you that THE CHIEFTAIN prints all the latest and most reliable war news, It is making a special rate trial oiler to send the DAILY AND SUNDAY CHIEFTAIN from now until January 1, for Two Dollars THE CHIEFTAIN is delivered in Pueblo in time for breakfast, sends out papers on all the early morning trains 'and reaches every part of the state. Today’s evening papers reach you to morrow, a day late. You want to read a paper the same day it is printed. Read THE PUEBBO CHIEFTAIN and get the latest news of the world. There's going 6) be some doings in politics this fall. THE CHIEFTAIN gives a fair and impartial account of all develop ments in the pqliticaPßituation In Colorado. THE CHIEFTAIN does not print news that cannot be verified, or has to be denied the next day. You can depend upon the accuracy of what you read. Subscribe for The Pueblo Chieftain and you will receive the home paper of the people of southern Colorado, the most dependable paper published in the state. Send in your order today. USE THIS BLANK: THE PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN: Pueblo, Colorado. Enclosed find Two Dollars for which send me THE DAILY AND SUNDAY CHIEFTAIN until January 1, 1915. Name - Add ress '...... - Notice for Publication Serin 1 03599 Department of the Interior, U.B» l>an<l Oftloe it Glen wood H primes, Colo.. Aufrust 8, 1914 NOTICR Is hereby Riven that Joseph E. MeSweeney. of Meeker. Colorado, who. on October 8, 1999, made HonufUead Application. Neriy No. 03599. fore'i nw!*. sw'/i n*rk. and neOlwli, See 21, TpB».HWW. Mb P M. has turn notice of intention to make Final Three Yor Proof, to establish claim to the land ijfive described, before Henry J. Hay, IJS flbmmiMtoner, at Meeker, Colorado, on the • Aid day of Septemlier. 1914. claimant names as witnesses: _ ~ „ Dawson W. Black, Klee L. Nichols, David O. Nichols and Edwin P. Grove, all or Meeker, Colorado. E. R. FOKDHAM. a 1 .Vs 10 Keßlster. Notice for Publication I>epartraent of the Interior, U. S. Und Office st (flenwood Springs, (kilo.. September 10, 1914. NOTICE Is hereby given that Jennie Tomlinson, of Meeker. Colorado, who. on October 29, 1910, made Desert I .and Application, No. 04VM, for Lots 6 and 6. See 9, Tp I 8, R 93 W, 6th P M, has Hied notice of intention to make Final Desert Land Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Henry J. Hay, V. S. Commissioner, at Meeker, Colo rado. on the 27th day of October, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Farnk A. Harker, George W. Augustine, John K. Hm 'h and Michael Sorensen, all of IfMAer, Colorado. r nmB „ AM s 12-017 , - Hegtaler. Seed Rye for Sale At White River Lumber company yard. Subscribe for The Herald Dr. *taylor, dentist, Meeker. Notice for Publication Serial 06630 Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Glen wood Springs, Colo., August 21, 1914. NOTICE Is hereby given that Lpoiih Reynolds, of Meeker, Colorado, who. on September 3, 1912. made Preemption Declara tory Statement. Serial No. 90030, for so 1 * no l *. n*i scU and swl* sol*. Sec 23, Tp 2S. it 94 V,. 6th P M, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Preemption Proof, to establish claim t.. the land above described, before Henry J. Hay. IJ. S. Comml Blotter, at Meeker, Colorado, on the 7th day of October. 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Robert G. Ifelsen, Samuel A. Wright. Henry 8. Perkins and Reuben O. Reynolds, all of Meeker. Colorado. E. H. FOKDHAM. a2So3 Register. Notice for Publication—lsolated Tract PUBLIC LAND SALK Serial 06609 Department of the interior. U. 8. Land Office at Glen wood Springs, Colo.. September 4, 1914. NOTICE Is hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under provisions of Act of Congress approved June ff, 1906 04 Stats.. 517). pursuant to the application of Aiwllda Keller of Meeker. Colo rado. Serial No. OEMS, we will offer at public ■ale, to the highest bidder, tint at not less thmi SUM) per acre, at 9 o’clock a. m., on the fist ay of October, 1914, at this office, the following tract of land: nwfc seli, eS swV. Sec 29, n*“/, nwV, Sec ae. Tp 1 S, R « W, 6th P M.. This tract Is ordered Into the market on a showing that the greater portion thereof Is mountainous or too rough for cultivation. * Any persons claiming adversely the ■itove descrihed land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. R. E. FORDHAM. ■l2olo Register. Bend The Herald to your friends in the East. ■TOOK PRAJfPW. MONTGOMERY LAND * CATTLE 00. Cattle brand- ed as per out. Also own Q 57 Horse brand same as cut. * 181 Range, Jose • phinc basin and o r n ment road. P W 8 Montgomery. Mgr. R O HUMS ELL,. dAp Cattle branded sam as out on left or right sides. marks—up- IMiW per bit both ears. How ■■■■ brand same as out. Kan go—Head of Mil- U ler creek and Line Klin 11111. L. B. w ALDRIDGE. Cattle branded as oi. cut on ■■■ Kang*’. Lime Klin Hll> snd Miller Creek. P O Meeker L. P. CRAIG. Cattle branded sanii as cut on leftside. Al to run cattle HgUHtn on left side Range, Upper White P O address. Meeker T H WARREN. Cattlo branded same a cut. Horses same Range M tiler creek «n< upper White Postottlce address Meeker Colo. THE BAER BROS. LAND A CATTLE CO. Cattle branded on lef< side same as cut Als* own cattle k ■ ° pol S 3 Horse branded QK|| same as cut. Range Rk> Blanco county. P O v dress Meoker Colo. AMBROSE OLDLAND All increase branded on left side, same as cut Fer mark, crop left, split Also own and run fol lowing fSBUBtaiW **os«offlee address, IaEUEIsO Meeker. Colo MRS DAVID SMITH Cattlo branded on side Also own gj brand Horses branded Range, P O Meeker, Miller ureek Colo H 8 HARP Cattle and horses bran dod same Range. Nincmtlc bill hihl l'ostolHce address. Meeker. Colorado “A* HA WRIGHT P O Meeker Range, Upper Flag creek HU. W. WELLMAN Range: Milk creek. Postofllce: Thornburg, Colo.- Place old papers under your car pets; 25 cents per 100, The Herald office. Will cure your cold BItOMO-FEKRIN while you sleep. MONEY at 8 per cent on irrigated farms.—J. R. Clark, A tty. s2O Money to Loan. Unlimited money to loan on farm (ecurity. Low interest. For partic ulars apply to F. E. Sheridan, (fcf) Send Ti»e Herald to your friendß. Attention, Stockmen! I will be in the Cornbelt States the last of September, and would like to hear from stockmen desiring bulls for next season, as I expect to ship a car in October. Buy your bulls in the fall and have them acclimated by spring, and save the rise in price before spring. Address, a2»-s5 G. W. Graham, Lily, Moffat County, Colo. Executor's Notice Estate of Samuel Martin, Deceased. The undersigned, having been appointed Executor of the last Will and Testament of Samuel Martin late of the Couuty of Itlo Blanco and state of Colorado, deceased, hereby gives not lee that he will appear be fore the Couiitv Court of Itlo HlancoCounty, at the Court liouie In Meeker at the Sep tember Term, on Mouday the 12th day of October. i 914 next, at which ttmeall persons having claims against said Estate are noti fied and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said Estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 31st day of August A. l>. 1914. Harold F. Martin, Executor. First publication Wept. 5. 1914. Last publication Oct. 3, 1914. . Notice for Publication Serial (472(4 Department of the Interior, IT. 8. I .and Office at Olenwood Springs. Colo., August 21, 1914. NOTICE Is hereby given that Fannie I*. Dawson, of Meeker, Colorado, who. on May 29, 1913, made Preemption Declaratory Statement, Serial No. 07294, for c>4 5014.H0c27,eV4o 1 4.Hoc27,eV4 »e«*. Hoc 34. Tp 1 N, U 92 W, tlth I*. M.. has tiled notice of Intention to make Final Preemption Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Henry J. Hay, U. S. Commissioner, at Meoker, Colorado, ou the Mth day of October. 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Jasper M. Ilureh, William F. BctvHlc, Frabk S. lielvHie and John Quinton, all of Meeker. Colorado. E. E. FOKDHAM. a29-o3 Register. Bend The Herald east NOTICE OF CONTEST Contest 818 De|Mirtnieut of the Interior. U. S. Laud <Hliee at Glcnwood Springs, Colo.. September t. Hilt. To Floyd K. Osborn of IMatteville, Colorado, Contestee: You are hereby notitiml that .lotm D. Servien who gives Palisade. Colorado, as hi* post-office address, did on September I. 19 4, tile in this office his duly corroborated application to eon test and secure the enneellal lon of your Home stead Entry No. (17217. Serial No. ..: .made May 5. iUI3, for no)* lie I *. See *, nw‘4 mv\„ Sic 9. sir 1 1 M* l ., S»,c 5. and stv 1 , stv 1 ;. See 1. T S. It 93 vt. Bth I’ M. and as », roends for Ills contest he alleges ttint said Floyd K. Oslairn. Im-never lived on tbh land, and he has not boon on this land since July 2, 1918. that lie has don not lung on the land except to break about three acres: Von are. therefore, further notified that the said allcg-atious will lx* taken as confessed, and your said ontrv will lie canceled without flirt itcr rltfht to tie heard, either before this office or mi appeal. If you fall to tile in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answor. un der oath. specltteally res|Ninding to these alle gations of ooiitetd. together with due pr iof that \ou have served a copy of your answer on the sahl contestant either ill per ou or by registered mail. You should state In your answer the name of the postofficc to which you desire future notices to be sent to you. E. K. FOHDIIAM. Register. F. H. SELIIORST. Receiver. Ds.e of llrst piiblleatioii Septemlier 12, 1914. Dale of second piitilieatlon Septemlier lit, 1914. Dale of third publication Septemlier 28, iWU. Date iff'fourth publication Octolicr 3. 19.4. Notice: lor Fubliciuhin Serial 08992 Department of 1 1n- Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Glcnwood Springs, Colo., September i, nm. NOTICE la hereby given that Charles F. Cull, <1 Meeker, Colorado, who, on March 2. llhi, nanle Freeiu. thm Declaratory Statement, Serial No. 98992, for lie?* sw>*. Lot 3, e!i Lot 5, O'i Lot a. See 2. Tp 2 S, It 94 W, Bth I*. M.. haa filed notice of intention to make Final Preemp tion Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Henry .1. Hay. U S Comiiiis sintier, at Meeker, Colorado, on the 15th day of October, 1914. Claimant names as wltneaaes: Samuel A. Wright, Henry T. Wilson. IbfrrC. Howey and Paul Rankin, all of Meeker. Colorado. K. F. FORDHAM. sl2-o!7 Register. Notice lor I*nblicatiou Serial 93187 Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Glcnwood Springs, Colo., SeptemlHT 4. 1911. NOTICE Is herelty given that James F. Knlttle. Price Creek, Cohradn. who. on Set tem ber 19.1999. made Homestead Applieat lon. Serial No. 03487. ror Lots 5 and 8. See Tp 2 N. R 94 ■ml e>-t seU. See I. Tp 2 X, It 95 W, Bth P M. has llled tiotiee of Intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land slsive described, before Henry J Hay, l T S. Coamilssioner, at Meeker, Colorado, on the I4tli day of October, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas L. Uuekmau and t>lwlu 1,. Davis of Meeker. Colorado, and Reid J. Moore and Lyman Park, of Price Creek. Colorado. K. K. FOHDIIAM 1 . sl3-o!7 Register. So Easy! “While I wus in llerlin Inst summer," said the globe trotter. "1 stopped with an artist friend for the season. One i day »iie artist's wife laid been showing the sights of the town to a solemn vlsaged coisln. The artist was in his room when tin* ladies returned from their tour and was so very busy with his work lie did not look up. The rottsin looked on in silence, and when my artist friend had Unishcd his draw ing she said: **‘Oh. Mr. Joues. I never even Im agined that drawing was so easy!* “Which reminds me of a story they tell of Jonchitu. the famous violinist. One day he watched the skaters from bis window until he decided tbnt he would try it himseir. The attendant after strapping tile skates endeavored to show the distinguished musician how to strike out. tirst With one foot aud then with the other. Lej?s got tangled, and Joachim shot into a gro tesque scrawl. •• *Ya. yu, ynV exclaimed the at tendant ns he assisted the fatuous vio liulst to his feeL ’lt is not quite so eusy as playing the_liddle. Yes?**’— New York Sun. FOUND—A pair of eye giasscH. Call at this office, prove property — and pay for ad. All the news of the day can be found in The Herald. .. /.v. Give Your pTtfj •* The Best the Grocer Can arc a few members of Anchovies in Oil. f I I I I'ate tie h'oic (Juts, Peanut ■ —i " I I butter j Pimento Rice. Sea Foods. Orupr Juice. H I'.bM vanities of canned .-S fruits President McKinley General Garcia | Admiral Sampson | General Miles and many other notables who figured prominently in the Spanish - American war sre | among the characters you will . find in our new serial to begin soon— Holton of The Navy By LAWRENCE PERRY To a young lieutenant is in trusted the task of locating a , certain spy—a lovely Cuban girl —an ardent patriot whom Holton learns to love. Natu rally matters are complicated and the result is many dra matic situations. Don’t fail to read itl I You will enjoy every I installment / I Po-Do-Lax Banishes Pimples Bad blood, pimples, headaches, biliousness, torpid liver, constipation, etc-, come from indigestion. Take I’o-Do-Lnx, Ibe pleasant and abso lutely sure laxative, and you won’t suffer from a deranged stomach or other troubles. It will tone up the liver and purify tin* blood. Use it regularly and you will stay well, have clear complexion and steady nerves. (Set asoc bottle today. Money hack if not satisfied. All druggists. Old papers at Herald office, 25 certs per 100. Caught a Bud Cold “Last yvinter tny son caught a very bad cold and the way lie coughed was something dreadful.” writes ! Mrs. Sara It E. Duncan, or Tipton, lowa. “We thought sure lie was go ing into consumption. We bQUghjt just one bottle of Chamberlain’*, Cough Remedy and that one bottle stopped his cough and cured Ids cold completely.” For sale by all drug gists. Dr. Taylor, dentist. Meeker, Colo. Despondency Is often caused by indigestion and constipation, and quickly disappears when Chamberlain’s Tablets are taken. For *alo by ail druggists. THE MEEKER HERALD James Lyttle, Editor and Proprietor Entered in the Meeker. Colo., postodlo* as •eoond-eIMS malt matter. TERMS: roa BOBBCRIPTIOM. Jne Year t* <® Hlx Months 1 00 FOR ADVRRTISINO. Professional Uaids, per Month ft 09 One inch, display, per Month 2 uo Two Invites, per Month S 00 Three Invites, per Month 4 09 Four Inches, per Month i 00 Five inches, per Month 0 «0 Ten Inches, < 1-2 column) per Month _lO 00 Twenty Inches, (1 column t per Month IS «xt Professional Cards, when paid In advance |l2 09 per year. Local notices ten cents per line Legal notices seven cents per line. Address all communications to THE MEEKER HERALD, Meeker, Colorado. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1914 Stop That First Fall Cough Check your fall cough or cold at once—don't wait—it inay lead to serious lung trouble, weaken your vitality ami develop a chronic lung ailment. Get a bottle of I)r. Hell’s Fine-Tar-Honey today; it ispure and harmless—use it freely for that fall couglt or cold. If baby or children are sick give it to them, it will re lieve quickly and permanently. It soothes the irritated tiiroat, lungs and air passages. Loosens phlegm, is antiseptic and fortifies the system against colds. It surely prevents coid germs from getting a hold. Guaran teed. Only 25c at your druggist. Notice On the 22nd day of September 1914, the School Hoard of District. No. 1, will make a payment to Winterburne A Hawkins, contractors. sl2-ltt J. W. C. Shepherd, Secretary School District No. 1. Mother Of Eighteen Children “I am the mother of eighteen children and have the praise of doing more work than any young woman in my town.” writes Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone Mill, Va. “I suffered for five years with stomach trouble and could not eat as much as a bis cuit without suffering. I have taken three bottles of Chamberlain’s Tab lets and ain now a well woman and weigli IAH pounds. I can eat anything I want to, and as much as I want and feel better than at any time in ten years. I refer to any one in Boone Mill or vicinity and they will vouch for what I say.” Chamber lain’s Tablets are for sale by all druggists. See The Herald for your society engraving. The best tills side of Chi cage. Rheumatism Pains Stopped The first application of Sloan’s Lin iment goes rigiit to the painful part— it penetrates without rubbing—it stops the rheumatic pains around the joints and gives relief aud comfort. Don’t suffer! Get a bottle today! It is a family medicine for all pains, hurts, bruises, cuts, sore throat, neu ralgia and client pains. Prevents in fection. Mr. Chas W. Wentworth, California, writes: “It did wonders for my rheumatism, pain is gone as soon as I apply it. I recommend It to my friends as the best liniment I ever used.” Guaranteed. 25c at your druggist. First Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday School every Sunday 10.(K) a. m. Preaching, Sunday H.UOa. in. Preaching, Sunday 7.H0 p. m. Junior League, Sunday 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting. Thursday.. 7.80 p. in. Choir rehearsal. Thursday.. 8.00 p. in. Monthly business meetings of the church, Monday after the last Sun day. at 7.80 p. in. McKendrek DeMottk, M. D., I). D. Pastor. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured “I was taken with diarrhoea ami Mr. Yorks, the merchant here, per suaded me to try a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Choleraand Diarrhoea Remedy. After taking one dose of it I was cured. It also cured others that I gave it to,” writes M. E. Gebhart, Oriole, Pa. That is notatail unusual. An ordinary attack of diarrhoea can almost invariably be cured by one or two doses of this remedy. For sale by all druggists. Lion Canon Coal Coal only Fridays and Saturdays, until the middle of September. orders at Shepherd's Hard ware Store. u!6 T. E. Lendbrman. Leasee. Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated? Dr. King's New Life Pills will cure you, cause a healthy flow of bile amt rids your stomach and bowels of waste and fermenting body poisons. They are a tonic to your stomach and liver and tone the general system. First dose will cure you of that de pressed, dizzy, bilious and consti pated condition. 25c all druggists. Engraved cards, invitations, et; Our samples will help you decide. The Herald. If you see it in The Herald It’s so.