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DEMOCRATIC
TICKET
OFFICIAL
Direct Primary Election
BALLOT
Rio Blanco County, Colorado.
Election, Sept. 10th, 1918
Certified List or Candidates
for Nomination
HTATK OF COLORADO. I
HBCKKTAKY OK HTATk'S OFFICE, >
llRNVKK I
To Hon. Claude J. Wlliion. Meeker. Colo
rado, County Clerk of Klo Blanco
County.
I, Jamb* R. Noland.Secretary of Htate
of the Slate of Coloiado, do hereby certi
fy that the following Mat conlaina the
names and addresses of each and every
person for whom Petition Nomination
papera and Assembly Designation papers
have been Hied In the office of the Secre
tary of State as a Candidate for nomina
tion. subject to the Direct Primary flec
tion to be held on Tuesday, the tent busy
of Heptember, HUH, and who Is entitled to
receive votes at such Primary Elect Ion,
together with a designation of the office
for which such person Is a Candidate, and
the party or principle be represents; also
such other details mentioned In said pa
pers filed In the office of the Secretary of
mate as are essential:
To vote for a person mark a cross
(X) in the first square at the right
of the name of the person for whom
you desire to vote.
UNITED STATES OFFICE^
Vote
United States Senator. f ° r ne
JOHN K. Mil A FROTH,
1507 York BL, Denver. I
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Representative in LXVI
Congress, 4th Cong. Diet. one
EDWARD T. TAYLOR,
van IkMilifU Avc. Olcnwood Hprlngsl
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STATE OFFICES
Vote
J udge of Supreme Court. f °T wo
H. HAUUIHON WHITE, I
Pueblo. I
WILLIAM A. If ILL. I
Fort Morgan. 1
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For Governor. f ®5 ne
JULIUS C.OUNTEIL i
HgftJosephlPeML, Denver. I
THOMAS J. TYNAN, I
U|H Mo. Union Ave., Pueblo. I
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For Lieutenant Governor
HARRY K. CHURCHILL. I
Cam field Hotel, Greeley. I
W.O. LOCKARD. I
Newcastle. >
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"vot^™
Secretary of State f ®5 ne
JAMES R. NOLAND,
p;:i Downing st., l*enver. I
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Auditor of State , ®5 0e
THOH. T. BARNARD,
Baltimore Hotel. Victor, I
JOHN W. MCMAHON, |
ana West 7th st., Ijeadvllle. I
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vote
State Treasurer. f ™ ne
CHAIILKM H. I.EOKENBY, I
Hlenmlxiat Springs. I
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Vote
Attorney General.
LESLIE K. HURHARI), I
Pngoua springs, 1
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™voir™
Supt. of Public Instruction.
1 One
MARYC. C. BRADFORD,
1785 Bel la I re Mt„ Denver, I
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Vote
Regent of University Colo. *«*
ERNEST MORRIS, I
IMP Vine Mt., Denver, I
ARTHUR H. KING. I
son Denver Mt., sterling. I
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LEGISLATIVE OFFICES
Rep in 22nd Gen. Assembly Vote
Counties of Garfield and one
Rio Bianco.
j. R. SMITH, I
Newcastle. I
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JUDICIAL OFFICES
Vote
Dist Judge #th Jud. Diet. *°o M
JOHN T. SHUMATE. ~~~l
ACM Ninth Mt.. Glenwood springs. |
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In Testimony Whereof, I have hereun
to set my hand and affixed the Great Heal
of the Slate, at the City of I>enver, tble
Nineteenth day of August, A. I). 1818.
[UAL] JAM KB R. NOLAND,
Secretary of State.
COUNTY TICKET
For Clerk and Recorder.
CLAUDE J. WILSON, !
West Meeker Precinct. I
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For Sheriff. ,0 0 r oe
R. G. LYON. I
West Meeker Precinct. l
». P. WEAR,
Powell Park Precinct. I
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Vote
For Treasurer. f “' ne
J. W. C. SHEPHERD, |
Bast Meeker PrecHict. 1
C. F. BROWN, I
West Meeker Precinct. j
GEORGE IIBBMKK. i
Bast Meeker Precinct. I
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For Ai«|»or
J. F. HAY.
Powell Park Precinct. I
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For Supt of Schools. f ®J ne
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Vote
For Sur.tyor. '°; ne
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For Coronor. f °J ne
DR. CHAS. H. FARTHING, I
Bast Meeker Precinct. I
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Vote
Commissioner, Ist. District ft^ ne
JOHN KENNEY,
Rangely Precinct. I
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JUSTICE and CONSTABLE
TICKET
(Rangely and Angora Precincts.)
Vote
J ustlce, Ist Justice Dist tor
Two
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Constable, Ist J ustlce Diet
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(White River and Plceanoe Precinct.)
Vote
J ustloe, 2nd J ustlce Dist
Vote
Constable, 2nd Justice Diet f ljr wo
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(Bast and West Meeker, Powell Park and
Pet ml Ite Precincts.)
Vote
J ustlce, Brd J ustlce Diet r,^ wo
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Vote
Constable, Brd Justice Dist far
Two
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(Buford, Goal Crees and Pyramid Precincts)
Vote
Justice, 4th Justice Diet f' >r
Two
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Vote
Constable, 4th Justice Dist. tor
Two
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PRECINCT TICKET
(Vote for One Committeeman and One Com
mllteewoman In Your Precinct.)
Precinct No. I—Rangely. for
Two
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Precinct No. 2—White River for
Two
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Vote
Preolnct No. 8— Piceance. ' for
Two
Vote
Preoinot No. 4—East Meeker for
Two
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Vote
Precinct No. 6—Coal Creek, for
Two
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Vote
Precinct No. o—Buford. for
Two
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Precinct No. 7—Powell Park for
Two
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Precinct No. B—Angora. fj{^ o
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Precinct No. 9—West Meeker for^
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Precinct No. 10—Pyramid.
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Precinct No. ll—Petrolite.
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Precinct No. 12—Milk Creek for
Two
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STATE OK COLORADO. I
County or Bio Blanco, f
I. C. J. Wiuum, County Clerk of Rio
Blanco County, do hereby certify the above
to Ihj a true, full and correct List of Nomi
nations, <»f the several Political Assemblies
lor by petition), to lie voted upon at the
Direct Primary Election to l>c held Septum-
Iter lOfb, A. D. IttlH.
Witness my hand andotllclal seal this2Bth
day of August, A. I>. WIN.
iHBALi] C. J. WILSON,
County Clerk and Heconler.
•TOOK BRANDS.
THE BARR BROS. LAND A CATTLE CO.
Cattle branded on left
side same as out Also
own cattle branded
■SB k-o pol E3
Horse branded Bfiß
O" same as out. Range Mlc
Blanco county. PO •<)
dress Meeker Colo.
MKB DAVID SMITH
CatUe branded QQjQ on l«f* ■»**•
Also own brand
Horses branded Range.
PO Meeker. Miller creek
Colo I^9
H 8 HARP
Cattle and horses bran
ded name as cut.
Range. Ntncmlle bill
■UIM and Coal creek.
PnsUdttoe address.
Meeker.
Colorado
)T /T HA WRIGHT
P O Meeker Range, Upper Flag creek
. H W WELLMAN
/ / A Range, Milk creek. P O Thornburg. Colo
L. B. WALBRIDQR.
Cattle branded aa on
out on
Range, Lime
and M iller Creek.
P O Meeker
H W QOSSAKD, CHICAGO, ILL
('attic branded **Earmark
Few cows Ear-Marked
Horse brand |pft blp right
Range favors. H. O. Moxlngo, Foreman.
Axial, Moffat county, Colo
FRANK M GREEN
■9l Range. Powell Park section.
P O Meeker. Colorado.
OMHOBY, CKAIO, COLO
■■■ Range. Axial Rasln and low
■■ 9 cr Williams region.
Delong* to Mrs Minnie Cook, Craig,
99H Colorado
KELLY A MULLIKS
B Range, Milk Crock.
P O Thornburg, Colorado.
II H lIRHO
Cattle branded same as
cut. Also own
Range, Milk creek and
W Wlf Forest Reserve.
,JI a J P O Thornburg.
Rio Blanco Co., Colo
Send The Herald to the boys in
the Camps.
At request of War Industries Board
after August 81st we will sell gasoline
and auto oils for cash ouly. We as
sume from what we read that this
course is taken to promote economy
in use so far as possible.
a24 J. W. Huaus & Company.
Has a High Opinion of Chamber*
laln*s Tablets
“I have a high opinion of Cham
berlain's Tablets for biliousness and
as a laxative.” writes Mrs. C. A.
Barnes, Charleston, 111. *‘l have never
found anything so mild and pleasant
to use. My brother has also used
these tablets with satisfactory re*
suits.”
Notice
As we have a large supply or flour
on hand we do not expect to be able
to buy wheat this season.
This notice is given that farmers
may be able to make early arrange
ments for transportation of their
wheat to Rifle. Thresh early while
roads are good and freighters can
pull good loads. a24
The White River Milling Co.
Try The Herald for a year.
REPUBLICAN
TICKET
OFFICIAL
Direct Primary Election
BALLOT
Rio Blanco County, Colorado.
Election, Sept. 10th, 1918
Certified List of Candidates
for Nomination
STATE OF COLORADO, 1
HBCKKTAKY OK HTATK'S OKKICB, V
DENVKU 1
To Hon. Clnude J. Wilson, Meeker.Colo
rado, County Clerk of ltlo Blanco
County.
I, James R. Noland, Secretary of State
of the State of Colorado, do hereby certi
fy that the following list contains the
name* and addresses of each and every
person for whom Petition Nomination
paper* and Assembly Designation papers
nave been filed In the office of the Secre
tary of state as a Candidate for uomlna
tlon, subject to the Direct Primary Elec
tion to be held on Tuesday, the tenth day
of Heptember, 1918, and who ts entitled to
receive votes at such Primary Election,
together with a designation of the office
for which such person Isaf’andldate.and
the party or pi fnclple he represents;also
such oilier details mentioned In said pa
pers Hied In the office of the Secretary of
State rts are essential:
To vote for a person mark a cross
(X) in the first square at the right
of tlie name of the person for whom
you desire to vote.
UNITED STATES OFFICES
• Vote
United States Senator
One
LAWRENCE C. PHIPPS. I
1154 Emit Colfax Ave.. iMmvef. l_ _
CHARLES W. WATERMAN, I
1588 E. 7th Ave., Denver. |_
Representative In LXVI v %®
Congress. 4th Cong. Dint. on©
MTRAUD M. LOGAN,
Grand Junction. 1
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STATE OFFICES
Vote
Judge of Supreme Court f® r wo
H AHLKTT PLATT BUIIKK, f
BCT South 4th Ave .Mterllng. I
JOHN H. DENISON,
IQQrt Olive Mt., Denver. |
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Vote
For Governor
. CHARLES A. BALLItElCH, I
llg Greenwood st„ Pueblo. )
OLIVER H.HHOUP, I
1181 No.TeJonSt .ColoradoHprlngsl
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V5B
For Lieuteuaut Governor tor
One
GEORGE STEPHAN. t
*ff Palmer wt.. Delta. |
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Vote
Secretary of State
WILL R. MURPHY. |
rti7 Seventh St., (<a* Animas. |
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Vote
Auditor of State tor
one
ARTHUR M. STRONG,
*12 Slate St., Alamosa. |
BENJAMIN C. CATREN, JR. I
Georgetown. I
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Vote
State Treasurer. tor
One
HARRY E. MULNI.X,
IMS Lafayette Mt., Denver, |
KHARTUM R. HARPER, |
IrtlrtOook St., Denver. |
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Attorney General
VICTOR E. KEYES,
IH4I nth Ave., Greeley. i
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Vote
Supt. Public Instruction. for^
FLORENCE M. STOTE,
Colorado Springs |
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Volo
Regent of University Colo. tor^
CHARLES R. DUDLEY,
ISM Marlon Ht„ Denver. I
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LEGISLATIVE OFFICES
Rep. in 22nd Gen. Assembly Vote
Counties of Garfield and
Rio Blanco.
JOHN L. NOONAN
Noonan's Ranch, near Glenwood
Springs.
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JUDICIAL OFFICES
Vote
Dist. Judge, 9th Jud. Dist. tor^
JOSEPH K. ROZARD, i
Steamboat Springe. I
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In Testimony Whereof, I have hereun
to set my hand and affixed the Great
Heal of the State, at the City of Denver,
this Nineteenth day of August. A. D. 1918.
[BEAL] JAMES R. NOLAN 1).
Secretary of stats.
COUNTY TICKET
Vote
For Clerk and Recorder. f °s ne
Vote
for Sheriff.
J. D.CLINARD.
West Meeker Preclnot. I
J. M. CLARK, I
Petrolite Precinct. ■
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Vote
For Treasurer. f<^ ne
A. B. MCWILLIAMS,
West Meeker Precinct. 1
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Vote
For Assessor. f o p ne
K> I>. DAVIS
West Meeker Preclhct'. I
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Vote
For Supt of Schools. f ®J ne
It. B. GARRISON, I
East Meeker Precinct. I
Vote
For Surveyor. f< J£ ne
D. KIRK Mil AW.
West Meeker Precinct.
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Vote
For Coronor.
lllt.HAM'li FRENCH,
East Meeker I‘reeliict.
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Vote
Commissioner, Ist. District, tor^
FRED A. NICHOLS. I
Rapgely Precinct. I
FRED W. MILLER,
Rangely Precinct. I
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JUSTICE and CONSTABLE
TICKET
(Rangely and Angora Prcclncta.)
Vote
Justice, Ist Justice Dist. f<>r
Two
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Vote
Constable, Ist Justice Dist f“f
Two
(White River and Piceance Precinct.)
Vote
Justice, 2nd Justice Dist. tor
Two
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Vote
Constable, 2nd J ustlce Dist. r<>r
Two
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(Bast and Weet Meeker, Powell Park and
Petrolite Precincts.)
Vote
Justice, Brd Justice Diet f, ’ r
Two
W. H FISK, , I
EaatM eeker Precinct. I
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Vote
Constable, 3rd Justice Dist. f«f
Two
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(Burord, Coal Creek and Pyramid Precincts)
Vote
Justice, 4th Justice Dist, f«f
Two
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Vote
Constable, 4th Justice Dist. fw
Two
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PRECINCT TICKET
(Veto for One Committeeman and One Com
mllteewoman In Your Precinct.)
Vote
Precinct No. I—Rangely.
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Vote
Precinct No. 2—White River ft»r
Two
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Precinct No. B—Piceance. for
Two
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Precinct No. 4—East Meeker for
Two
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Precinct No. 6—Coal Creek, for
Two
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Precinct No. o—Huford. for
Two
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Preclnot No. 7—Powell P*rk <j» o
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Vote
Precinct No. 8—Angora. f ®r o
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Precinct No. 8—We.t Meeker for
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Preolnct No. 10—Pyramid. for
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Precinct No. 11 —Petrolite. iw
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Precinct No. 12—Milk Creek . fw
Two
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STATE OF COLORADO, I
County or Klo Blanco, (*"•
1. C. J. Wilson, County Clerk of Kin
Blnnco County, do hereby certify the above
to be a true, full and correct Lint of Noml
natlona of the aeveral Political Assemblies
(or by petition), to bo voted upon at the
Direct Primary Election lo be held Septem-
Iht loth. A. D. 1918.
Witness my hand and official seal this 28th
day of August, A. D. 1918.
[hkal] C. J. WILSON.
County Clerk and Recorder.
■■ • .
MONK
The high bred Hamhletnnlan Stallion.
Monk, owned by T. Bj Bernard, will stand
for tho sear on of 1918, at the Riley Bam.
Mb and Water HU.. Meeker. Weight I.SM):
good disposition; 4 years old. Terms, 912.AO
to insure; $15.00 for colt to stand and euok.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal I And—Coal Waived
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land OfBoe at
Glenwood Springs, Colo., July 81,1918.
NOTICE la hereby given that John F.
Hay. nf Meeker. Colorado, who. on September
1,1914. made Homestead Kutry, Serial No. 08488,
form< amended) Lou2. a. sek nwk. sM_ nek.
Sec 6: and sk nwk, and Lot 8 of Sec ft, T 2 N,
K 94 W, eth P. M., has Hied notice of intention
to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before
Henry J. Hay. U S Commissioner, at Meeker,
Colorado, on the 90th day of September, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Thoms* L. Kuckman. Peter J. Forney, and
Kcrg G. Hendricks, of Meeker. Colorado, and
Olar Holton, of Prlr-e Creek, Colorado.
alO-s? D. C. WEYAND. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal Land—Coal Waived
Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at
Glenwood Springs. Colo., July 80, 1918.
NOTICE Is befeby given that John Hammer
Mitchell, or Price Creek, Colorado, who on May
19, IVia, made Homestead Entry, Serial No.
07980, for swig nek- ntt sek. and Lot 7, Sec 9;
Lot 1. Sec 18; and on Aug. 80, 191ft, made Addi
tional Homestead Entry No. 09908, for nVi nek,
sek nek, and the sek nwk, Hec9. T 3 N. R 9ft
W. 8th P M. Jias tiled notice of Intention to
make Final Three Year Proof, to eeubllsh
claim to the land above described, before
Henry J. Hay. U. S. Commissioner, at Meeker,
Colorado, on the 21st day of September, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Henry Pearson. Leroy A. Cure, both of Meek
er, Colorado, Wiley J. Gower and Walter Haw
llnson. both of Price Crock. Colorado.
a!0-s7 D. C. WEYAND. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Non-Coal Land
Department or tho Interior, U. S. Land OfBoe at
Glenwood Springs, Colo., July 81, 1918.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Theodore J.
Ritter, one of the heirs of Elisabeth Hitter, do
ceased, of Meeker, Colorado, who am Jan
uary 19. 1912. made Homestead Kntry. Serial
No. O6UH0, for awk swk, Sec 14: sift sek. and
nwk aek. Sec 1ft, TIN, K 92 W, 8th P M. baa
flleo notice of Intention to make Pinal rive
Year Proof, tnosUMIsh claim-tn the land above
described, before Henry J. Hay, U. 8. Com
missioner. at Meeker, Colorado, on the 19th day
of September. 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jasper M. Burch, HUnley J. Graham, El Vas
ter Dawson snd Joseph G. Martinc, all of
Meeker, Colorado.
alike" D. C. WEYAND, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Non Coal Land
Department of the Interior, U.S. land Office at
. Glenwood Springs, Colo., August 19,1918.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Harry G. John
ston. of Meeker, Colorado, who, on July 2,1918,
made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 07429, for
nek aek and lx* 4 Sec 82: and Lots I and 2 of
Sec83.fl N, H92W. 6th PM. has Bled notice of
Intention to make Final three-year Proof, to
esubllsh claim to the land above described,
l»eforo Henry J. Hay, U. H. Commissioner, at
Meeker. Colorado, on the ftth day of
October. 1918. -
Claimant namwraa witnesses:
Walter Bloomflold.BI V ester Dawson, Antons
P. Htelnmetx, and Fred W. KrachL all of
Meeker, Colorado.
a24-«21 D. C. WEYAND, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal Land
Department nf the Interior, U. S. l and Office at
Glenwood Spring*. Colo, Auguat 19.1918,
NOTICE Is hereby given that Hamilton 8.
> r V«r. " r Meeker. Colorado, who. on August
n» d « Homestead Entry, Serial Tfo.
084«L f«»r nek nok Sec 83; nwk nw«* See 84,
and the wk awk feoff: and on Nov 27. 191ft,
made additional Hd Entry, Serial No. 0HI045
iw amended) swk nw\ Sec 27; sek sek
l ?. w >vS nd ,ho r,w k Of Sec 84
all In T 2 S. K 94 W. 8tb P M. has filed notice nf
ln J*pH H u make Final three-year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described, be
fore Henry J. Hay. U. S. Commissioner, at
JJ-kcr. Colorado, on the ftth day of October.
Claimant nsini‘s as witnesses:
Jacob Widcncr. James M. Clark, Samuel T.
Ray and George Hart, all of Meeker, Colorado.
iUM-*2l D. 0. WEYAND, Hegtoter.
Thrift SUmpiftt the Potto Aloe.
Another l*d who makes us wear j
ie the fqllow who is always telling
you that he wag out with a Jaue last
night.—Luke MoLuke.

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