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Cattle branded on left tide Mine u out Also own oattle br«n<l<><l B k -° p ° L m Horae branded Bwl If* name aa cut. Aanro Klo Blanoo county. PO draas Meeker Colo. MRS DAVID SMITH Cattle branded on Also own brand Horeea branded nature, PO Meeker, Miller creek Colo H 8 HAUP Cattle aud bnraee bran dod Mime an Kansu, Nlnemllc bill ■iM|R and Coal creek, i'ontottlce Meeker. “ " HA WRIGHT P O Meeker Hanire, Upper FUur creek , H W WELLMAN 11 A K*n*e, Milk creek. P O Thornburg, Coin L. B. WALBRIDGR. Cattle branded aa ot. cut on Hantre. Lime Kiln Hli and Miller Creok. P O Meeker H H BRHO Cattle branded aamc aa cut. Alan S 3 nfl R Kange, Milk creek V flf Poreat Reserve. P O Tbornburg. Rio Ulanuo Co., Colo II W G OHS A HD, CHIC AGO. ILL r.lllc b™nd«l kWIJ "'SL^ilSirk Pew cowa Ear-Marked Horae brand Br|| loft hip ||9| right Range favors. 'H. G. Moxlngo, Porctnan. Axial, Moffat county. Colo FRANK M GREEN RR Range. Powell Park section. RRR P O Meeker, Colorado. UMItOBV. CRAIG. COLO IRRI HR Katigt*. Axial Haslii and low- RRR RR er WilllMtns region. RR Belong* to Mr* Minnie Conk, Cmlir. BRU Colorado THOM AH I) KELLY IRRI Range, Milk Creek. RR P O Thornburg. Colorado. HTAItBIRD k BLISS Big Beaver Ranch. Mocker. Colo Cattle braiHied 171 anywhere on animal I with waddle on the nose. Also own YZ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Non-Coal Land Department of the Interior. IT. H. Land Office at Glen wood Springs, Colo., May 7. lttltt NOTICE la hereby given that P. Itex Slerry. of Buford. Colorado, who, on Iki-cmisT 3, 11*13. made Hmnesfcad Entry, Hcrlsl No. 07*71. for eH aw Vi. Hee 20. and on Hcntofnlicr 11, 1914. made Additional lltMnesfead Entry. Serial No. OH4M. for no!-, nwk n«>i, ni'Vnwt,, nw‘4 so 1 , nw'i, *4 nw\ ne'i, Sec ». Tl H. Itttl W. mb P M, has filed notleeor Intention to make Pinal Three-Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, lieforc Henry J. Hay. IT. H. Commissioner.at Meeker,Colorado.on the 17th day of June, iviw. Claimant name* aa w|trM<asea: Gertrge A. Dangler. Hugh Jones and llnrix-l A. Hlner of lluford, t'olorado. Kdinund Budge of Nirkrr, t'olorado. ml7-JI4 D. C. WF.Y AND. HcgbMor. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. lam I Office at Glenwfmm! SprltiM*. Colo., May 7, l«l». NOTICE la hereby given that Prance* |,. Ptdlard. widow, and one of the heirs of John C. Pollard, deceaae<|. late of Meeker. Colorado, who. on June S, ISIS. made I'reeuiptlnn be Clarratory Statement, Serial No. illMOi. for e l » nwL. w% net*. Hee 17. T 2 H. It U 4 W. mh I* M. has filed notice of Intention to make Pinal Pre emption Proof, to establish claim to the land above dcarrttied, liefore Henry J. llay. U. H Commissioner, at Meeker, t.'olbrado, on the Pith day of June. lttltt. Claimant names as witnesses: Dawson W. Black, Edgar K. McHwccncy. Henry H. i'mrrrx and Chester K. Mamlsley, all. of Meeker. Colorado. in 17J14 D. C. WBY AND. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Forest Department of the Interior. U. H. lan<l Office at (llenwtHsl Hprings. Colo., May 7. lttltt. NOTICE la berelty given that John K. Wheeler, of Meeker. Colorado, who on Ihi •« •ni ls* r 18, 191 A, made Homestead Entry, .Serial No. UU6IN, for n’4 nw«*. n't s*4 nwt*. n l , *>i *H nwt*. H«« Si, ami on February 7. lttltt. made Adilillonal lloniestead Entry. Herlal No. iiiMffV. for nti sc** seU net*. m-u *•*•, net*. eH m\ ink nets. Hire «. T 2 H, U « W. Bth P M. has filed notice of Intention in make Pinal Tlim- Ycar Pnaif. t*> establish claim bfthcland nlstve described, la-fore llettry J. Hay. C. H. Commis sioner, at Meeker, Colorado, on tho 17th ilay of June. 1919. Claimant name* a* wliwsms: James A. Davis, William G. Warren, John It. Dade and Ora McCaslln, all of Meeker. Colorado. mli-JH D. C. WHY AND. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - ISOLATED TRACT rcnt.ic i.anii SAI.lt Department of the Interior. I' H. I.and Office at lllenwiaal Hprings, Colo., May t», 1919. NOTICE I* hereby given tlinl. as direr ted by the Commissioner of the Oencrnl laii'l office, under provisions of Hcc. 246 ft. It. H.. pursuant to the application of Anne K. Delttmv, of Meckiv. Colorado,Serial Nn..il4NM*. w<* will offer at ptilillc sale, to the hlghesi bldd< r. lait at not less than 92.00 pr>r acre, at II :4ft o’clock a. m.. on the Strri day of June. HUM next, at this olttce. the following tract of land: *c>* aw 1 .. He© 57, e*4 awl*. Is* ft. See 54, all In Tp. II N. M 9t W Mb P M. This tract ta ordnrerl Into the market on a showing that tbn greater portion thereof Is mmintnlnmj or ton nnigh for tniltlvntlon. and must be sold subject to the provisions and reservations of tho Act of June S, Win iJB HUH.. 8NI). The sale Will not hr kept open, tail will lie declared rinsed when those present at the hour named have oen*««d bidding. The person mak ing the highest Idd will be re«|iilrea to Immedi ately pay to the Receiver the amount thereof. Any persons claiming adversely the altovo dcacrllicd land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the timo designated for sale. mM-J*l D. C. WRY AND, Rcvlster. MAN WANTED TO HELL HELLING RXPRKIBNt.’R NOT NBCBHHAKY One of World’s largest Grocer*. (Capital over f l,fmn,naojmi wants ambitions man In ibis local ity to sell direct to consumer nationally known brand of groretiea. teas, coffers, spices, paints, otla, stock foods, etc. Big line, easy sales. Values beat any competition. Earn big money. No experience or capital required. Complete ■ample outfit and free selling Instructions start you. Long rata Wished reliable bouse. Write today, John Hexton k On., 361 W. Illinois Bt., Chicago, 111. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISOLATED TRACT PIT 111,10 I.ANII SAI.K Department of the Interior, U. H. Land Office at Glbnwond Hprings, Colo., May tt. lttltt. NOTICE Is hereby given that, as directed l>y the Commissioner of the General Land office, under provisions of Hee. 24ftft, It. H.. pursuant to tbestpplicatlou of Richardson 11. Taylor, of Meeker, Colorado. Herlal No. 012HHtt, we will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, but at not less than 92.00 per acre, at 1 :3ll o'clock p. tn.. on the 23rd day of June, lttltt, next, at this office, the following tract of land: no 1 , no!*. Hec ltt, sw', nwV«. Hee 111, Tp I N, R 115 W. Mh P. M. This tract Is onlcred Into tho market on a showing that tho greater portion thereof Is mountainous or too rough for cultivation. Ah the luuds above dcscrltxil arc in two tracts, each body must 1h» offered for sale separately. The sale will not tie kept open, lait will be d«i'lared dosed when those present at the hour iianml have ceased bidding. The person mak ing the highest bid will l*e nipiired to linmeffl ately pay to the Receiver the amount thereof. Any persons claiming adversely the above deserltsil laud arc Hdvised to tile their elalms. or objections, on or Imforu the time designated tor sale. I». U. WEV AND, Register. mS4 J2I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - IHOLATKD TRACT PL'Hl.li: I.ANII S 4 I.K DeiMrtment of tho Interior. U.H. land Offle«>at Glenwissl Hprings, Colo., May M, lttltt. NOTICE Is hereby given that, as directed by the Coiniulssloner of the General Land Office, under provisions of Hoe. 24ftft, It. H.. pursuant to the application of Mayme L. Wyman, of Axial, Colorado. Hcriul No. llUtt7tt. we will offer at politic sale, to the highest bid dor, but at not less than 42.00 per acre, at 11 :(»• o'clock a. m., on the :ttrd day of June, lttltt, next, at this office, the following tract of land: Ixit 2, hwV» nv4< '•e l * nw'L ne‘4 aw He»r 4, Tp 2 N. R W 2 W, ilth P. M„ Colorado. This tract Is onleml Into the market on a showing that the greater |#ortlon thereof Is mountainous or t<si rough for cultivation. The sale will not Isi kept open, liul will be declared cloned when those present at the hour named have ceased bidding. The person mak ing the highest bid will be required to imiiuil lately pay to the Receiver the amount thereof. Anv persons elalmlng adversely the above ihm-rltsil land are udvlse<l lo file their claims, or objections, on or liefore the time designated for sale. ’ D. C. WHY AND. Register m24-J2l NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Coal Laud—Coul Waived Department of the Interior. U. S. I .and Office at (i lenwyod Hprings, Colo.. Mh)’ 7. lttltt. NOTICE Is hi'ivliv given that Joseph L. ChamlK-rl iln, of Iflo Blanco.Colorado, who. on March 2. 1914. made Homestead Entry, Serial No. (ffum. for w't se'Hec2l. nw' 4 net*, net* nwV«. Hm'JH, and on June lu, ittls. made Addl tlonal Homestead Entry, Herlal No. ttIPBH, fur ne' 4 ih-Vi, S«i? 2s. ti 1 1 nw»*. nw>< ne%. See 27. T3H, It tti W. tith P M. ha* Mini notice of intention to make Final Three-Year I'nsif. to establish cluim to the laml als>ve di-serilsil. In fere Henry J. Hay. U. S. Cuinmisslotier. a/ Meeker. Colorado, on the 2T;th <lay of June, lttltt. Claftnant names as witness***: Oliver Olllasule, Eden H. Itb-hanlson Isdhof Rio lllaneo. ( olnrado. I. lai* Carver aud Hauuicl T. Ray ls»th of Meeker, (Colorado, in 17-Jl4 D.U. WEYAND, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - IHOLA FED TRACT rt'Hl.lt' I.ANII SAI.K Department of tbi* Interlor.l'. H. l-and OflltiMit (ilenwiMsl Hprings. Colo., May*, lttltt. NOTlt.’E Is hen*l»y given thHt, ns <llni*tnl by tbi* Coiumlsaloiier of the General l-and ofhn*. und«*r pn»\ Isions of Hn* 24-Vi, It. H.. pursuant to thcappllcntlouur Florence Van Cleave,of Mn*k er, Coforailo. S**rlal No. idistt'.. we will offer at public sale, to the highest litthler. but si not less than f I.7ft per acre, at 1:1ft o'el<a*k p. m.. on tbe2:inlday of June, lttltt. next, at this office, the following tract of land: no l , nw>*. Heel*. Tp I N. RKI W, Bth P. M. Colorado. This tract is ordered Into the market on a showing that the greater portion thcr«-nl is imHintaiiiniis or tisi rough for eiilllvatlon. The sale will not la* kept open, but will Is* declared ehaad when thow pn*s*nt at the hour natißd have eea*td bidding. The imtsoii mak ing the highest bbl will la* nipilnil to Immidt .itely |aiy to the Receiver the amount then-01. Any |M*rsons elaliulng sdviwly the alaive di-scrtlwil land are adv|se«l to Hie their elalms. or übj«*etlon*, on or latfore the Iliac deslgnatid for sale. D. C. WEYAND. Iteglater. in 17-Jl4 PUT CURB ON MISSISSIPPI KnglnMrff Hop* to Control Rigor's Eo eontricitioi by tho Placing of • Carpot in Ita Bod. The Mississippi river, roost capri cious and pampered of all Htrcama, on which Uncle Bmn hns spent rollllons of dollars in Jcttiea and leveea to keep her in proper pluce. In now huvtng a carpet made for her at an exi»ense of many huntlredH of thounandH of dol lain. Rathei* she Is having a number of carpets made; not of cotton or linen or wool, but of treea and branchm. Rome of the carpets are a mile in length and 200 feet In width. They will la* nsed to carjtet the hod of the river near llomphlK, Tenn., In order to prevent the stream from changing Ita course and leaving the city high and dry. The Mlnhlhslppl has an unfortunate and expensive hab it of cutting new channelN and desert ing towns upon Ita banka that have grown up Into thriving content on ac count of their poaltlnn on the atream. There are score* of towns that have been left, sometime* several miles hack from the new river bed. Of course this results In the ruin of the deserted town. In tho case of Memphis, the conse quences of the river cutting a new channel several miles west of Its pres ent bed and leaving a city of more than 100,000 population stranded would be so serious that the government hns come to the rescue of the threatened town. Immense carpets of willow branches, firmly fastened together, have been laid over the bed of the stream. These great carpets, heavily weighted with atone, sink to the bot tom. The carpets when properly laid are pinned In plnre by pllea driven down through them deep Into the bed of the river. That stops the erosion of the river bed and keeps the channel In placa. 0# r MONK Hrasmi of IfMB *Monk Is ■ high hml ItsmblctonlMu Htulllon, ownr<l by T. B. Ilernnnl. Wright I.3tt»: g»**t disposition: ft yrarsold. Terms, #l2.fto to In sure: 9lft.W for oolt to ntand up nnd stick. For further Information call at the Bernard Harneaa Shop. 1 THE CREMONA ORCHESTRA THE CREAM OF THE CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC ON THE LAST ,t>AY The f’remonu Orchestra is in reality a "little sym phony" consisting wholly of strings; a string orches tral choir—the best possible to be brought lo the Chautauqua platform and different. The Cremona* give a program that will entertain and never bt* forgotten; variety from a fiddler's contest to the “Prelude” from "Lohengrin " Every note of the thirty-six number pro- CHAUTAUQUA PATRONS TO HEAR DR. M. B. HARDIN. Dr. M. B. Hardin Has Been a General Favorite With Chautauqua Audiences for Many Years. m, .M. 11. Hardin, pastor of one or tho loading churches of Chicago, w.n deliver his stirring lecture. "The Spirit of America," evening of the fourth day of our chaiitatiqnu. We arc delighted to have this most popular lecturer who can present profound truths In popular form with humor nnd heart In terest. on our chauiauqiia program I)i Harding is a man who doiles analysis, a man from whom tho unexpected is always to bo expected, lie Is an Inde pendent thinker, vigorous preacher and has a remarkable gift of oratory. He is entertaining; he makes you think; you enjoy him Evening of the fourth day. BOYS' FIELD MEET Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals to Be Given as Prises Get ready for the enthusiasm Tlio Chautauqua Is a tonic, turns the blood redder and puts pep into your system. Troubles vanish in the wholesome atmosphere of the Chautauqua. e*k n TJ • an.ij «• ... The Boys’ Field Meet which proved a big event during the past two years’ chautauqua. is to be repeated again this year. To the boys winning silver medals last year and all four events this year a gold medal will bo given. Boys winning the bronze medal last year and all four events tills year will receive a nllver medal. While those winning th** four events for the first time, will be given a bronze medal. Three hundred and fifty buys won silver medals last summer. Tho following are the four events: Running High Jump. Standing Broad Jump, Chinning and 100-Yard Dash. All the boys who want to wilt a badge must come out and enter the try outs in chinning, jumping and running. The crewman who i* a college athlete, will meet with you every morning, umpire your hull games, go hiking with you and train you for the Field ft!**, t which will cotno off the last dnv. Everyone In tho community will condition of social life, tlm most <lom* get something out of the Chautauqua, ocratlc affair that ever comes to It's for every age, every- creed, every town. gr.un ot tins splendid company was arranged by the best arrangers iu America, complejely iu manuscript. Nothing liko It on any chautauqiia program. Vocal numbers with string accompaniment are a feature. Mr. Harold Lewis, piano soloist, accompanist and director, is a musician of unusual ability. His solos are startling his directing unusual Dig climax of our chautauqua. The Chautauqua, tile most Amer ican thing in America, offers the greatest variety of public perform ances possible to be heard iu roe au ditorium Humorous Lecturer on Chautauqua Paul “Sunshine" Dietrick Is a Sure Cure for the Blues Grouches will hit the trail when Paul “Sunshine” Dietrick appear* first night of the chautauqua. He is u humorist and fun maker. His lec tures radiate with* laughter, but un derneath it all is the foundation nnd corner stone of ideal community life. The astonishing celerity with which he brings his hearers to the realiza tion of his or her place in community betterment, and the duty of every true American citizen is reflected in the immediate result that every one is a booster, not a knocker. Th. Voung people will get a new vision of the possibilties before them, the oldei pec pie will be brought face to faei with the responsibilities resting upon them. Hear Dietrick on 'evening of the first day of the chautauqua. Dictriek’s "Sacrifice Ilil” is a chau tauqua gem. He never fails to make good; is a favorite with his chau tauqua audiences and opens the chau tauqua with a hang. Upheld Traditions of Hit Corps. Fighting on his own hook or helping out when It Is somebody else’* light, a United States marine Is pretty likely to he on Hie Job Private Garrell Mnbe, n marine attached to the Boston navy yard was 111 at the United States naval iiospltnf at Chelsea, Mass. There was not much light left In him. Near by. in tho same hospital, was another patient, desperately 111. who could not make Ids fight alone. He had to have a transfusion of blood. Private Mabe volunteered, nnd ids blood saved the day He risked his life as cheerfully for a fellow servant of the flag as he would have done for the flag Itself, and the commanding officer of the hospital In Ills report warmly praised him for volunteering this dangerous and try ing service. Tlie marine proved ttint there Is ns much opportunity f<»r hero |sm on n sick bed ns on a battlefield, nnd lias been personally commended by Major General Barnett for bis self sacrifice and heroic act. Private Mnbe enlisted with the marines at Winston- Halem, N. C„ in November, 1010. Doctor in Woodtn Shoes. A great Dutch dally publishes Infor mation which throws a peculiar light on tlie condition of public life In occu pied Belgium. “At Mnlines," says the correspondent of tills Netherlands paper, “the rich are more nnd more setting the example of wearing salads, since the shortage of shoes has grown so acute. Mr. Gil ds, physician nnd alderman, enn regu larly he seen going around In sabots, lie Is dressed ns was formerly his hab it. not forgetting Ills high lint, hut In stead of wearing the usual slates he wears black sabots Ho Is setting a goofb example In overcoming fnbiG pride nlso. A number of Indies are al ready following hli example.” THE MEEKER HERALD JAMES LYTTLE.Editor * Proprietor Entered u* Muoiid-elnss umii matter at Meeker. Colorado, Augiint Ift, IHSft ~ TERMS: SUBSCRIPTION One Year 12.00 six Months 1.90 ADVERTISING BATES One Inch, one Insertion 9 -40 One Inch, two Insert lons .70 One inch, throe Insertions 1.00 Olio Inch, four Insert tons I.2ft Yearly <i>ntmcts, per column Inch per in sertion 2ft Professional canls. per month I.2ft latent readers, per line per Insertion 1(1 Cards of thanks I.U) I,eirai notices at Lt-gnl Bates Address all enniiniitiicatinns to TIIE MEEKF.It HERALD Meeker. Colorado HATUIIDAY.JIINK 14, lttltt Parlor Bolshevism Dangers of revolution in our coun try emanate from two sources—-the over-educated college theorist and the under-educated toller who takes all his ideas from the soapboxer. Neither of them is a taxpayer. The great middle class, who have homes and pay taxes, who read and think for themselves, who earn their living l>y labor or carry on business by their own initiative do not accept the doctrines of Bolshevism. The son of a college professor at Boston, who is master of five lan guages, has been arrested for Bol shevism and for the use of language which consigned the American Hag to the hot place. He graduated at Harvard at 15 and now he is 21 years old and a full (hdged Bolshevik. Chances are lie would not know a pick-axe or a crow-liar if he met them on the street, and could not dis tinguish the difference between a trowel and a dornick. He is a horrible example of the kind of “workman" who do all their laboring with their mouths and who absorb fantastic notions about labor. People have been known to recover from this hy going out into tlie open and doing some real work. Dr. J. P. Kiddile, specialist in dis eases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses fitted. (Jleuwoml Springs, tf Send The !l>-ral<l to your friends in the Fast. “You’re rather a young man to be left iu charge of a drug store/’ said the fussy old gentleman. “Have you any diploma?" "Why-er—no, sir,” replied the drug clerk, “but we have a preparation of our own that’s just as good." The Doctor Away From Home When Most Needed People are often very much dis tppointed to find their family phy sician is away from home when they most need his services. Diseases like pain.in the stomach and bowels, colic tnd diarrhoea require prompt treat ment, and have iu many instances proven fatal before medicine could he procured or a physician summoned. I’lie right'way is to keep at hand a tottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Ilemdy. No physician can prescribe a better medicine for these ((senses. Hy having it in tlie house you escape much psiti and suffering uni all risk. Buy it now; it may save life. A butcher entered tlie office, ap proached the lawyer, and asked this question: ”I f a dog sneaks Into my butcher shop, and steals a chunk of meat, can I make the owner of tlie dog pay for the meat?" "You cer tainly can." replied the lawyer. Well, then, give $5. for the dog that stoic my meat belongs to you," said tho butcher. But (lie next day tlie butcher received a hill from the lawyer for $lO for legal advice. —Deli ver Field and Farm. NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN MEEKER There lias never been anything in Meeker with the INSTANT action of simp!*- buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc., ns mixed in Adler-l-ka. ONK SPOONFUL flushes the KNTIKK bowel tract so completely it relieves ANY CASK sour stomach, gas or constipation and prevents appendi citis. The INSTANT, pleasant ac tion of Adler-i-ka surprises both doc tors and patients. Meeker Pharmacy. To l*rcY4*iit llelchlng Make a regular habit of eating •lowly, masticate your food thorough ly. and you may have no further trouble. If you should, take one of Chamberlain's Tablets Immediately after supper. Send The Herald to your eastern friends. Pity the poor congressman who gets 280 letters and telegrams a day asking him to get some mother's hoy discharged from the army.— Brush Ilepuhlican. FOB WALK Single driving har ness: almost as good as new. Inquire at this office. JeTtf Subscribe for The Herald.