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Horse brand
MH■ ItHlljrO, JoSC
MAM* ptltlll* bHB 1 II
mid o •• r n
Uiom road.
P O Meeker. Colo. W 8 Montgomery. M»rr.
Cattle branded hh oi.
cut on
Kamre, Kiln
and Miller Creek.
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Cattle tiranded on left
aide aaine as cut Alan
own uattle tiriindi*)^^^
m9Hk-o pol KB
Horae branded Bflpl
aame afl cut. Ranire Hlo
iSHpiBIBPi Blanco
dreaa Mcoker Colo.
All Increase branded
'on left able, aame hr cut
Bur mark,
Also own run
(SI'SRBS KMiiititc .«»*
fjMU ' Meeker, Colo
Cuttle tirsnd&ft on b-ft able
A lap . own a brand
lloraea branded Kature.
I* O Meeker. Miller ereek
Colo LJ
Cattle and horses bran
ded as
Haiure. Niiieinile bill
HIMiR and
W1 Meeker.
“ " ’ 8 A 'VV It Dili r
P O Meeker Rittisrc. I'ppor Flair creek
II A Range, Milk creek. PO Thornburg. Cblo j
Cattle branded an me as
cut on left or right side.
Also own and
■ IT Brands
-MAm Range. Lost ami lamir
Parks. 'P O Meeker, Colo.
|g|||M Brand-on left side or hip
jgLggSß Range Vcatch Gub-h and Lino
f||jj|||||| kiln Hill ' . P o Meeker
Try T-h® IJerald forayear.
- Wanted
To tju'y Btoer§ ot all ages. Edmund
Pauls, PiceaneP, Colo. 021-ull
Comfort atiff economy make happy
homes. Toil get both by using Cole’s
Hot Blast Heaters.
County ok Rio hi anco. i County Court
HenryD . (•rlmlstiilT.
Plaint ItT.
vs ; Summons.
Kiniiui O OrlmlstiilT. |
The People of the Stale of Colorado.
. To Emma O. (JrlndstatT, the defendant above
named, Greet Ini;:
You are hereby required to appear In ail
i netlou brought against you by (he above
named plaint Ilf In the County Court of Hlo
Blanco County, State of Colorado, and an
swer itie complain! therein within thirty
davs after I he service hereof. If served with
in the State of Colorado; or. If served out «>f
the state of Colorado, or by publication,
within llfty days after lhe service hereof
exclusive of the day of service; or said ac
tion may he regularly set for trial the same i
as t hough such appearance had boon made i
and Issue had been Joined on such coin- l
The said action Is brought by plaintllT to
obtain a decree of divorce, dissolving the
bonds of iiiatrlinony now existing between |
plaintiff and defendant, on the ground of
desert foil, as will more fully appear from I
complaint In said action In which reference
Is here made.
And you an- hereby notified that If you
i | fall to appear, and to answer the said com
plaint us above required, the said plaintiff
| wilt apply to the Court for the relief therein
til veil under my hand and the seal of said
; Court, at Meeker, In said County, this 2l*o
p ilnv of August, A. I>. IIHO.
(skai.] A. L. STREIII.KE.
I lerk of thel'minty Court.
Published In piirsimn e of an order of the
< ‘minty Con-1 duly made and entered on t lie
HUh duy of October. A. I>. Ililit.
Clerk of the County Court.
Montuomkhy A Ci,AltK.
1 oid-nis Attorneys for Plaint Ilf.
Non Coal Laud
Department of the Interior, If.S. LiudOllice at :
-Glenwood Springs, Colo.. Octols-r Hi, IWiti.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Robert 11. '
Wear of Meeker. Colorado. who. on July 5.11*11. 1
made Homestead Entry Serial No. o’rfUl, for j
on August I'.*? IHI ft? niiide Add'ltiniinl 11. K.. Ser
ial No. o!Hi|il for sw»4 sw>4. n l , sw' 4 . nw!, se«.,. 1
See I.Tp 1 N, It lift w. 11th P M. has tiled notice
of infentlon to tuake Filial Five-year Proof, to
establish claim to the land almvc described. b«-
fore Henry .1. Ilay. IJ. S. Commissioner, at,
Meeker. Colorado. mi the 2nd day or Deeem-
Iter, 11*10.
claimant names as witnesses:
Rnlw-rt 11. Crawford. Peler Pearson. Henry
Pearson and Niels Han-en, till of Meeker, Colis
021-lllK Register.
Non-eon 1 laud.
Department of the Interior. I’. 8. Ismd Olliee at !
Cleiiwood Springs. Colo.. October 111, l»M.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Annie Redden
l of Rio Blanco. Colorado, who, on September :i, !
IM2. made De-a-t i-Land Entry, Serial No. n*Mi2ft,
fur tiW'VMi'S, Se-W: IK-'., tie 1 :-, See JlTi. Tp !l S, ,
II Hft W, tllh P. M., has tiled notice of Intention j
I to make tlual D»a»ert Land Proof, by ptm-linse I
under the Act of March 4. liilft. to establish claim ;
to the land above descrllied. before the Regis- |
ter and Reeeix er. I'. S. I.nrnl Olliee, ni (ilerr-i
Wimml Springs. Colorado, on the Sth day of Ihs- i
ember, IWH.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jerry McCarthy, Joseph McCarthy. Eldon i
Wallace ind Harry Cook. all of Rio lllaueo. ;
Colorado. D.f. WEYAND.
’ 021-nIH Register,
, Non-* 'oal Land
Departineiit of the Interior.l*. S. Land Olliee at
Glen wood Springs. Colorado, Oetolter ID, BUS. !
I NOTICE Is hereby given that Ernest H. Spnsl
of MtM-ker. Colorado, who, on December H. Ilk Hi, i
made Homest/oid Entry, Serial No. «MMI*l. for
I sw<* S.s- 10. TiS. R U4W. tith PM. has Hied me
tlee of intention to make Final Three Year ;
- Proof, to establish elaim to the land altovo dt
scrllNsl. before Henry J. linyl'. S. Conuhls
'sloner. at Meeker, Colorado, on the Ith day of ,
■ Deeemls-r. 11*10.
( laimant natiies as witnesses:
Thomas Raker, John l>. Miller. Fdgar W.
Johnson anti Robert L. Met/ger. all of Meeker.
Coloratlo. —.
021-nIK Register. !
Send The Herald to your eastern
Good Pasture
For stock; 250-acre enclosure; $1 per
head per month. M. D. Hopkins,
Ninemile Hill, Meeker P. O. all!
Subscribe for The Herald.
Coal Ismd—Coal Waived
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land ntth-cat
(lieuwood Springs. Colo., Oetolter 2H, 19IH.
NOTICE Is hereby given lhat Moses L. Aek
ermtitiof Meeker, Colorado, who. on Decetnlier
I!. HUH, made Homestead Entry. SerlHl No.
07sill, for e‘f sw> 4 See HI; e l , nw' 4 See 21, Tp H
S. It !•» W. (ith P M, has llhsl notice of In
tention to make Final Three Year Proof, to
establish elaim to the land above dcaci IIk*«I, lie
fore Henry J. Ilay. IJ. S. Commis-donct. Ht
Meeker. Colorado, on the IHth day of Dts-ein
ls-r. HUH.
( laimant names as witnesses:
William Oillaspie, Oliver Gillaspie. Dawson
W lllack. all of Me«*ker. Colorado, and Frank
J. ( hamberlain of Itio Blanco. Colorado.
114-U2 Register.
Non-Coal Land
! Department of the Interior. IT. 8. Land Office at
j Glciiwimhl Springs, Colo., October 2H, IHIH.
{ NOTICE is hereby given that Morris J.
. Murray, of Meeker. Cidorado, who. on (teto
i her 2n. HUH. made Homestead Entry, Serial
1 No. H77IH. for Lot H. s*-‘ 4 tie l ., St-e It, nw>» m*' 4 .
Lot 1, ami no 1 * nw> 4 . See 10. TI N. RHH W. Hth
P M, has libsl notice of Intention to
make Final Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land alsivedeserilM-il, Is-fore Henry
J. Ilay. U S C ommissioner, at Meeker, Colo
rado. on the IHth day of DeeninlHsr. HUH.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jesse Thomas, Thomas D. Kelly, Archie Hol
land and Frank Lovelace, all of Meeker, Colts
It l-tl2 Register.
MONKV TO LOAN—On farm hc
curily. Low interest. For particu
lars. apply to F. Sheridan, Meeker.
Colorado. tf
; Sufl'erer from ln<li{fc.stioii He
lie veil
j “Before taking Chamberlain's Tab- 1
lets my liustiand suffered for several
years from indigestion, causing him
to have pains in the stomach and dis
tress after eating. Chamberlain’s
i Tablets relieved.him of these spells
right away,” writes Mrs. Thomas
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i K not give yonr |
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Iri make their home }
•Jr * W *tudy j Cas y, . an, [ '
tlCm the same
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a ' tlie la<l having the $
i 1
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It Came Back.
Sandy Brown, a grocer In a small vil
Inge In Scotland, discovered a laid two
shilling piece which his wife, who was
afflicted with
we a k eyesight,
had taken (lur
ing the day. Be
ing of a parsi
monious disposi
tion. this annoy
ed him greatly,
and lie determin
ed to pass the
coin at the Hrst
The next day
w bile walkin':
down the road lie
saw “Daft Jim
mie.’’ the village
Idiot, pass. Call
ing him over, he
“Here’s a bad
two shilling piece.
Jimmie. I want
you to go to
Simpson's (a rival tradesman! and buy
an ounce of tobacco. You can keep the
tobacco, hut bring me the change."
Jimmie hurried off ami soon reap
peared and handed the delighted San
dy his change.
“Did Simpson no suspect onythlng?"
he asked.
“Ach." said Jimmie. “1 dldna fash
gaen so far ns Simpson’s. I Just pass
ed It la yer aln shoppie."
They Wait For You.
Look not. O friend, with unavailing tears
Into Hie past—look to the brave young
Look to the future; all is there In wait.
All that you fought for by the broken
The faith that faltered and the hope that
The song that died Into a lonely knell.
It is nil there—the love that went astray
With bitter cries on that remembered
The Joys that were so needed by the
And all tlie tender dreams you saw de
Nothing Is lost forever that the soul
Cried out for; all is waiting at the goal.
—Edwin Markham.
Brown’s Cate.
A man was going through a hospital
one day when he came across Brown,
who was patched up here and pieced
out there and looking considerably like
a veteran of an aviation corps.
“Sorry to see you looking like tills,
old man." remarked the visitor, paus
ing before the chair In which Brown
was recuperating. “Wliat in the world
ever happened to you?"
“Wasn’t watching my feet," answer
ed Brown, “and fell out of a sky
' You don’t really mean It!" exclaim
ed the visitor almost enthusiastically.
"They say that when a man falls from
a great height he thinks of all his sins
before he hits the ground. Is that
“Well, no—that is. not In my case."
thoughtfully rejoined Brown. “You
see. I only fell five stories.”—Exchange.
Stewart and Travers.
When A. T. Stewart conceived the
Idea of setting up a coat of arms he
went to W. It. Travers, the New York
wit. for advice. Mr. Travers suggested
an employer rampant chasing a lazy
salesman with n yardstick, and Mr.
and Mr. Stewart did not speak to him
again for n month.
This anecdote is probably about ns
authentic as the other which states
that. Mr. Stewart being extremely lo
quacious at a state banquet at Del
monlco’s. Mr. Travers silenced him by
calling the length of the table "Cash!"
A Collector’* Bargain.
Lord Spencer of Althorp. one of the
greatest of book collectors, was at
home only in his own Held. One day
In browsing about Bond street. Lon
don. he went into the shop of a dealer
in bric-a-brac. The dealer, who knew
him by sight, said persuasively:
“Here Is a fine bit of pottery which
your lordship really ought to have, and
you shall have it very cheap—only 2
So Lord Spencer bought It and took
It home and set in n high place. One
day a connoisseur of china paid him a
visit, and Lord Spencer showed his
"What did you give for It?” asked
the connoisseur.
“Two guineas," answered Spencer'
rather proudly.
“H’tn!" said the connoisseur. "At
that price the marmalade should have
been included.’’
"What do you mean?”
"Why. that precious piece of yours Is
nothing more or less than a shilling
marmalade pot with a green thistle
painted on It.”
No Scandalmonger.
A party of young ladles from a cer
tain southern town was touring Eu
rope last summer, under the guidance
of a suiteruiiniiated clergyman, when
hostilities broke out and left them, for
the time being, marooned in northern
One of the party, who is locally fa
mous in her own community for her
aversion to circulating anything in the
nature of idle gossip, wrote a letter
back home to a friend. After describ
ing some of the sights she had seen
and mentioning the prevalent weather
at some length, she added this sen
“It is rumored in Milan that war
has been declared, but don’t say I told
you Saturday Evening Dost
Sixty Ytars Hm Standard
Bade from cream of tartar
derived from {rapes.
Success is the natural birthright of
earnest effort, and perseverance.
Now Lookout
When a cold hangs on as often hap
pens, or when you have hardly gotten
over cue cold before you contract an
other, lookout for you are liable to
contract some very 'serious disease.
This succession of colds weakens the
system anti lowers the vitality so that
you are much more liable to contract
chronic catarrh, pneumonia or con
sumption. Cure your cold while you
can. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
has a great reputation. It is relied
upon hy thousands of people and it
never disappoints them. Try it. It
only costs it quarter. Obtainable ev
Why break your hack peering into
a low oven? Get Colo’s High Oven
flange. It makes your work easy.
Mucker Astonished l»y Mer
chant's Story
A merchant relates the following:
“For years I could not sleep without
turning every hour. Whatever late
caused gas and sourness. Also had
stomach catarrh. ONE SPOON FIJI*
buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc., as
mixed in Adler-i-ka relieved me IN
STANTLY.” Because Adler-i-ka
flushes the ENTI REalimentary tract
it relieves AN Y CASE constipation,
sour stomach or gas and prevents
appendicitis. It has QUICKEST ac
tion of anything wo ever sold. Tne
Meeker Drug Co.
\X/ r HEN you
want an
overcoat with
smart style, for real
service, have Born
make it to your
See our fine Ker-
Iseys, Meltons,
Chinohilles and
Scotch Cheviot
Novelties at
$l5 to $2B
Resident Born Dealer
Entered In (hi- Mocker, Colorado, posUiEtoess
mh-oiuI-c'Ihmi iiihII limiter
One Year • 3 00
six Months I 00
rrofoMlniml Curds, per Month .... I 00
Ono Inch, dUpluy, |*or Month 2 00
Two incbos, per Mouth 3 on
Throo Inches, i*er Month * oo
Four Inches. per Month . ... 3 00
Five Inehes, per Month * on
Ten Inches, <' 7 column) per month .. ... 10 (Ml
Twenty inches, (1 column) per month If* 00
Curds of Thnnks I 00
I’rofussinnul Curds, when pHlil In advance
fliMMipcr your.
Lik-mI notices ten cents per line. U>khI uotlcea
sev’on eon In |H-r line.
Address nil oonimunloHtions to
Meeker, Colorado.
The Teachers Meeting at Grand
The recent meeting of the Westetn
division of the State Teachers asso
ciation at Grand Junction was unus
ually successful, both from the stand
point of inspirational addresses, and
of practical talks from the successful
school men ot the state on common
educational problems. The great val
ue of such meetings comes as much
from comparing ideas with the teach
ers who are facing common educa
tional problems in different parts of
the state, ns from the formal program
The outstanding feature of the
meeting was the generally accepted
idea that the entire school system of
this country is badly in need of re
vision; a revision that will build the
system up from the bottom instead of
accepting the present system as built
from tiie top. This revision haa al
ready been started and successfully
carried forward in many progressive
communities throughout the country.
Superintendent Francis of Colum
bus, Ohio, was enthusiastically ap
plauded when he stated that the pres
ent day report card is nothing but a
joke card, and should be done away
with; that the greatest weakness in
the educational system today is the
worship of the three R’s to the detri
ment of the natural development of
the hoys and girls in the school sys
The movement for this revision is
not a new thing, but started several
years ago as a result of the compara
tive study of foreign and Atnerjcan
school systems. It has, however,
broadened, until the effort is to create
a thoroughly American school system
to answer the needs of the American
Of peculiar interest to teachers en
gaged in high school work is the
movement for the organization of the
Junior High school, to be formed
from the present seventh, eighth,
ninth and possibly tenth grades. Tills
phase of the revision is attracting
most attention at ttie present time.
The change is due to the growing
recognition of the fact that the pres
ent radical change from elementary
to high school comes at a period in
the child’s life when he is least capa
ble of standing such a radical change.
The attempt is therefore being made
to spread the change over a series of
years,making the most abrupt change
come a year or two later, between
the ninth and tenth, or tenth and
eleventh grades. The Junior High
school is organized on tiie plan of de
partmental teaching as ordinarily
used in high school, covering about
tiie same subjects as at present, but
with llie emphasis changed to tiie
economic und social aspects of these
Supervised study is being used
quite largely in tiie Junior High
school in an uttenipt to meet the old
problem of teaching tiie children how
to study. Some pre-vocational train
ing is also introduced, so that the
child at the end of tiie ninth or tenth
grade may have some fairly definite
ideas as to tiie work lie wants to do
in tliis world, and may begin to work
toward the accomplishment of his
aims. Needless to say, tiie Junior
High sciiool is not being attempted
in most places, unless unusually
strong teachers are available. These
teachers should be college graduates,
and should have experience in both
high sciiool and grade work.
(). S. K.
Send The Herald to your friends
in tiie East.
Piano For Sale.
High grade piano for sale on easy
monthly payments. No payment
down and no interest on principal. If
intesested write, Mrs. Henry I*. Grove,
motor route A, Jerome, Idaho.
Do You Have Sour Stomach
If you are troubled with sour stom
ach you should eat slowly and masti
cate your food thoroughly, then take
one of Tablets imme
diately after supper. Obtainable ev
Every woman is subject to her in
dividual variations of character.

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