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DENTIST H/amd7 Ist National Bank BUI* Phone. M-J Niuu. Uoi*o K. A. WIUMIN, DIM. Manager Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company Meeker Hotel Blech Meeker. C«4«». Real Estate and Loans If you want to buy or sail a Hooch see mo. I eon sore you lime and moke 70a money. If you want to buy or sell a relinquishment eall on me. Mil your properly with me—either real or personal. T.B. SCOTT Maiiaa Colorado M. I>. HOPKINS SURVEYOR Homestead l«ncetl«ne. loud Hutveylna. Mineral Halms and Ditch Surveying P O Uom 9CI Meeker. CoU» •TOOK HStAJTM. MUM DAVID SMITH rattle branded on Alsr> own brand Horses branded Kense. P O Meeker. Miller creek coio H 8 HAUP t attle and horses bmn dud same as cut. MR|R I tease. hi!) and r»*l trreeh. PtiStomce addres*. Meeker. Colorado . H W WKLLMAN 11 A Han*e. Milk creek. PO Thornbunr. Colo L. B. W ALDRIDGE rattle branded as 01 cut on iUH Kan re. Lime Kiln HU and Miller Creok. O Meeker II II BUKO Cattle branded same as nit. Alan Hon*e. Milk creek and W ¥m Ffirrat Reserve. P O Thorn bum. RHM Hlo Blanco Co.. Colo H W COMMARD. CHICAOO, ILL kittle brawled QQ '"Karmark Pew cows Eer-Marked w brand fjj|j loft hip tango favors. 11. U. M< Mingo, Pnreoutn. Axial. Moffat oirunty. Colo KItANK M OREKX ■Hffi Kan *••. Powell Park sect km. IHHH P o Meeker. Colorado. MTAIIIIIKD A lII.IMH lII* Heaver Itaneh. Meeker, Colo (.'attic branded »"> where on animal with waddle on the nose. Also own YZ A* X H A WRIGHT P O Meeker Kaujr*. Upper Klaa creek T J MARTIN. Monker PO I mmmt I "T" Kan ire Mlcepy (’at I and Haw-mlll Ml I “■ Brand on left aide Dr. J. I*. Rlddlle, specialist In din* cases of the rye. enr, mm and throat. Glamies fitted. Glenwood Springs. tf Mm. Bollock .Recommend* .Chamber* lain’* (Twih Remedy. "Last winter when my children were nick with colds 11 ml were eotiKlilnic a ffood deni I Rave them rhnnitN>rlHln's Cough Remedy” writes Mfs. M. Bull .ock, Gorham. N. Y. “It relieved them at once ami under thin treutment all symptom* of the cold gradully dlnap peored. My experience with thin medi cine warrnntn my recommending It to othera.” Catarrhal Dmlbcm Carnot Be Cored » local applications, as ttasy caaaot reach • dlasassd portion of ths sar. Thsrs Is sal/ ons way to curs catarrhal deafness, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an tn aamed condition of the mucous lining of ths Eustachian Tubs. When this tubs Is laflamed you have a rumblln* sound or lm psrfeet hearing, and when It la rntlrsly slsssd, Deafness Is ths result. Unlsss ths Inflammation can be reduced and this tube rsstored to Ita normal condition, bsorln* will bs destroyed forever. Many coses of dehfhme ««ar? by which Is OO Inflamed condition of ths mucous aur fh«tn M* ll '" Catarrh Medicine acta thru Ua, blood on ths mucous surfaces of ths will *lvs One Hundred Dollars for Bf OM ! °J c A t^. rhml D *»Kites that caaaot . cured by Haire Catarrh Medicine. Clr salara free. All Druggiata. 7Be. F. J. CHENET A CO.. Tolsds. a Rio Blanco Bam Now Opon to th« Public R—ofliiblfl Rates Good gsffvlcs Comar of oth and Market straafla 8. C. STOCKTON. Prop. The Strange Guest By PERCIVAL BROOKS (A IBM. Western Nswspapsr Calsa.) “Com# boms.” wrot# Walter Dunn’s truly loving wife. "W# mlaa you. Never mind •• to your failure In bet* feting thing*—they art good enough «• they are. u long u wo ire to* father." “Dear little wodidl” enthused the recipient of the letter tad bis heurt warmed and home, poor a* It waa, seemed s floe beckoning haven at that moment Hard aa Nellie tod be had worked on the little ten-acre patch of ground at the limits of Weston, they wound up at the end of every year In debt They had enough to eat and that waa about all. There were two little chil dren, however. Pother and mother did not mind wearing old mended clothes, but they deplored their In ability to dress their children aa those of their neighbors were attired. “Jf-we only had a little capital to Invest In fertilisers and the machinery to do real farming. I wouldn’t call the king my brother," Walter had as serted strenuously. “Why. the old stumps snd rocks rooted out sod a year given to preparing the land for real cultivation, and Td show you results." But they never yet had the money or the time to carry out Walter's plan. It waa certainly practicable, for oth era with money bad made grand suc cesses. go, burdened with debt and the prospect ahead more forlorn and unpromising than ever, Walter had held a serious consultation with Nellie. “I know no trade." he confessed. “The city la probably crowded with Just such unsuccessful and disappoint ed fellows aa myself, but It must offer somp opportunities to a willing man." He bad come to Alton, a thriving little city, to try hta luck. Three week# earnest effort to secure work went for practically nothing. He grew homesick for the wife and the little ones. He wrote so to Nellie. The answer to his letter decided him. He spent two hours at dusk strolling shout the streets thinking It all over and decided to start back for home the next morning. There came a slight sprinkle of rain and, as be wore his best suit of clothing, Walter stepped back Into the entrance of a broad doorway Just above a fashionable res taurant "Supper rooms upstairs." he read on an Illuminating globe and It made him think ef home, for hla prov ender for the day had been light He bad but two dollars In hla pocket and waa saving of that for It would take him only two-thirds of the way heme. As Walter stood under shelter n middle-aged man, opulence prevailing In drees, manner and ornament came down the stairs, glanced along the street then Into the lower restaurant ahd then chanced to take Walter with in hla vision. He wore a light coat of peculiar pattern and this be removed aa ha re-entered the arch way. half halted, studied Walter close ly and then approached him. "Tonng man," he spoke, "have you the time and Inclination to partake of a very princely supperr "Why," replied Walter, smiling at the oddity of the circumstance, "1 scarcely understand you." "Very well. Some friends are gathered for a little banquet; others expected have not arrived. We are Just thirteen aa It la, and the super stitious ones won’t sit down until we have filled the fourteenth chair." “I shall he glad to be at your serv ice," said Walter simply, snd a few minutes later found himself one of a party of men who suggested refine ment and wealth. He who had Invited him spoke an occasional word to him, but Walter did not Intrude upon the general conversation. “Such a mesir he told Nellie after ward, and said It to himself. For two hours, aa a truly hungry mqn. Walter reveled at a table of luxury and plenty. He thanked the man who had Invited him when the repest vm over and came down to the street alone Ilka a man In a dream. He started at ones for his boarding house. Half way down the block, just ahead of him, a man acting suspiciously stepped from a dark alley. The coat he wore at once attracted the attention of Walter. It was the one he had noticed on hla recent friendly hoet In a flash Wal ter decided that the lurker had stolen the garment and had slipped out the rear way with It "Just a minute, my friend," he apoke, hurrying to the man and seising him by the collar. "Btolen property, •hf But the slick thief evaded de tention by slipping out of the garment and dashing away. Walter returned to the banquet room to tell hla story. The owner of the coat excitedly rummaged the garment revealing a large package of papers. “My friend, you have done me a vast service. That package holds over ten thousand dollars In negotiable bonds. What can I do for you to re pay your diligence and honesty 7" *T need a little money to pay part of my way horns to my wife and chil dren," replied Walter frankly. “Wife and children T That sounds Interesting to a lonely eld bachelor. Gome, aft down and tell me about It." And because he of opulence waa whote-boarted and sympathetic, and becansa Walter told the truth In hla elmple story, when he left the city Walter carried with him sufficient to carry out all hie cherished farming plane, with hla new friend an Inter ested friend for life THE DOLPHINS By CLARA C. HOLMES. <•. IBM. hr MeClare Newapager ayndtoat*.» “Oh, Mr. Campbell, eeol" exclaimed Janet Ashmont, rising In her seat In the motorboat. “Those monsters are called ’black fish,’" be replied. “There la a Mg school and some of them are 10 feat tong. I’m going ashora." “Please, don’t go—the fisherman aren’t minding," remonstrated the feerleee yonng woman. “But the creatures are chasing us, Janet. See, one Just leaped right out of the water I Snppoee one Jumpe at us I" Campbell put on speed and soon readied the boat moorings, soma dis tance from the rock-bound shorn. Janet sat silent; she was disappoint ed. for she had been enjoying her boat ride. Frank stopped and gated np and aroond the sky. A black cloudbank hovered on the eastern horlxon. Frank knotted the ropes securely and then adjusted a canvas covering. Ha was very methodical. “My boat la dancing where 1 tied her myaelf before I waa 111; I haven’t a cover, either," ejaculated Janet, spltefuly. "That Is only a matter of Judg ment" Frank responded, assisting the girl Into his rowboat He waa gentle, but not loverlike; but she waa cross with him. On the shore, delaying to push off bis dory. Atwell. Reynolds awaited them. “Engine trouble, Campbell," he asked. “No, black fish," frankly admitted Frank. “Oh, bo I" scoffed Atwell. “Dolphins avoid motorboats." “They are strange creatures to me, so 1 took no chances." retorted Frank. “Miss Ashmont,” smiled the suave Reynolds, "may I ask you to accom pany me? The dolphins are sportful, and Ilka to race at a safe distance." "I’ll go with you; the water la rough." Frank eauptered toward an old fish erman repairing traps. He began to chat, but be was Jealously watching the couple rowing away. Blnce she had met Reynolds, three weeks before at this Cape Cod re sort, Miss Ashmont had encouraged t v “ new friend’s advances, and bad flamed annoyed because Frank waa ■o unyielding. **Bo ye’re afeerd of black flshT* asked the old lobsterman, qulsxlcatly. "I did not want to chance the lady's safety," explained Frank. "Te*re safe in a motorboat; them fish ain't get no use far propellers." The old man was a true weather prophet Suddenly the wind turned northeast and rain fell. Frank hur ried out and refastened Janet’s mo torboat Atwell landed hla passenger; but she was frightened and drenched. All day the storm raged, and all night Several In-bound boats came ashore. Atwell'a launch waa daabed to piece* upon the rocks. Mud-black waves rolled In, and, curling, spent their fury In a seething, angry foam. Among the on-lookers upon the bank Janet stood worrying about her boat At length, when the wind abated, two hardy fishermen launched a row boat. “The fishermen‘will look after their property, and wisely leave us to do likewise," sagely suggested Frank Campbell. "Come, Reynolds," he con tinued deliberately, “you art the best boatman and swimmer here; It la up te you to assist pie tn saving our friends sinking boats." “All the boats In this bay aren't worth two human lives,” refused Rey nolds. Then a U. 8. marine volunteered to accompany Frank. With hearts beating anxiously, the people gathering saw the young men battling with the breakers. They watched them struggle from craft to craft and ball each one light They cheered when the brave boatmen drenched and chilled, reached the shore. The next day Frank Campbell made a business trip to town. He wee so deeply engrossed in business affairs for a week, Indeed, that Janat hesi tated to approach him. At last she met him alone In a grove path. Hla manner was formal, but she slipped her arm Into his. “I told father about the dolphins," she ventured, “and he admires your discretion. I got a scolding for go ing ont with Mr. Reynolds.*! “I’m sorry, Janet, you were scolded; I dare say I bored you enough with my logic." “Your logic I" she repeated. “Yes; tn I am a disciple of Colton: T>eltberato with caution but act with decision.'" After a pause she resumed, sweetly: "The girl you choose for your wife will be honored.” For the moment he lost hie heed; hie arm tightened around her aa he asked tensely: “Do you sincerely think ao, JanetF “Yes." To her surprise he smiled end changed the subject Bhe was constant afterward. Sev eral times she triad to Infatuate him again, but he waa adamant until near the dose of hla vacation; then he declared his Intention to secure e li cense end wished her to marry him the very next week. In her surprise ahe said nothing. Later, when ahe conferred with her mother, she advised: "It's no use trying to change hla dear, stubborn heed." Notice of Application for Adjudication Of Water Right State of Colorado. > >ss County of Garfield. ) In the District Court In the matter of the appllmtlo) of Andrew P. Warllck for ad-) Judleatl"M of his priority rixht) • to the use of water for Irriga-) lion In % water district No. 43) In the state of Colorado thro-) Order ngh The Andrew P. Warllck) and through The Warllck) Ditch. ) ANDREW P. WARLICK ) Petitioner ) On this the «th day of December. A. D. 1020. upon the application of An drew P. Warllck and upon good cause shown. IT IS ORDERED, that a bear ing In the alsire entitled matter be had ts-fore the Court on Monday the 17th day of January. A. D. 1021 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. and tliat notice be given by publication lie Meeker Herald ami by posting as pro vided hy law. of the date of said hear ing In »ald matter: said notice to con tain such facta aa are proper for the information of all persona, aaaoefaitons or corporations aa required by law. Done In open court. JOHN T. SHUMATE. Judge In pursuance with the above and foregoing order, notice fa hereby given of the filing in said court of the dltcbea. to-wit: The Andrew* P. Warllck Ditch taking water from Hall'a Gnlch. a tri butary of Coal Creek and White River, and from seepage awl waste water along Haifa Gulch: the Warllck Ditch taking water from Coal Creek, a tri butary of White River; both of the said ditches and streams being In wa ter district No. 43 in the State of Colo rado. Said petition Is entitled aa above and petitioner therein prays for the follownliig relief and decrees, to-wit: an atwolute decree for one and fire tenths n 5-10fh*) cubic feet of water per second of time through the Andrew P. Warllck Ditch ont of the waters of Hall's Gulch and out of the seepage and spring and waste waters adjacent to said Hall's Gnlch for Irrigation pur poses. with priority right thereto dat ing from.the Ist day of April. A. D. 1002: and absolute decree of court for one and fire-tenths (1 5-10ths) -cubic feet of water per second of time thro ugh the Warllck Ditch out of the sur plus waters of Coal Creek for Irriga tion purposes, with priority right' thereto dating- from the 10th day of Juuer V. D. 1000: all In water district No. 49. Notice Is hereby given that petition er will call np aald matter for hearing before said court on Monday the 17th day of January A. D. 1021 at ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day or as soon thereafter aa the convenience of the eonrt will permit. Notice la hereby further given that all water users In water district No. 48 And particularly those taking water out of Hall’s Gulch or using waste or seepage or spring- waters along Hall’s Guleh. or from Coal Creek, a tributary of Whit* River In said water district Are required to file their statements, protests or objections to aald applica tion Jf any they have with the Clerk of ihe District Court of Garfield Coun ty on or before the 12th day of Jan uary. A. D. 1021. In accordance with the statute and rules of said court In sm-h case made and provided. CHAR. H. KING (seal) Clerk of the District Court. ri2s-Jls NOTICE Department of the Interior United States Land Office Gleuwood Springs Colo.. Dec. 11, 1020 No. 010003 Notice Is hereby given that THE RAVEN PARK OIL COMPANY. (Paul Taylor. Secy, pro tem.. post office Buck lln. Kansas), has applied for an oil mid gas prospecting permit under sec tion 11) of Act of February 25. 1020, (Public No. 140). for Lots 10. 11, Bec. 2: Ix>t 13. Sec. 4: Lot 12, Sec. 7; Lots H, 0. 10. 11, n%s%. Sec. 8; Lots 1. 2. 5. 0. *w*4ne%. n%*%. Sec. 0; Lot* 1. 2. seV,nwV4. Sec. 11. Township 1. North of Range 102, West, oth P. M. UUpßlanco County, state of Colorado. Any and all persons having adverse or coitfllletlng claims 'to said lands Are hereby notified that a full state ment. under oath of such claim should Ih> filed in this office showing a super ior right to a permit or lease under said act or a valid existing adverse or conflicting claim to the land or the minerals therein under the public laws, on or before January 20. 1021; other wise such claim may be disregarded In granting the permit or lease'applied for. D. C. WEYAND, Register. First publication, December ia 1020. Last publication, January 15 1021. You can contract a cold at apy sea son. Check and cure it by using 4TRtSHLKB’B BBOMO-FEBRIN. For Sale— Light cutter. See F. N. Jo- Hnntgen. J 18 * 25 NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION DmulncouX the Interior. U. H. Laod oitoe at Olenvixx) Springs, Colo.. November ft, U®>. NOTICE la bnMy given that Blarar J. Ikon of. Price Creek. Colorado, who. on May ML ISI7, made Homestead Entry. Serial No.ouMO. for dec. t;iwW dec. &: and owfciw-W, dec. s. Tp. 3 X.. R-S5 w.. «*!’. M.. baa Hied notice of intenflou to make Pinal Three-Year Proof, to esUbtMi claim to tbe tend above described, before Henry J. Hay U. 8. Coounlaskuier. at Meeker.. Colorado, on tbe nth day iif January. Mffl. Claimant names as witnesses: Ben l.ybyer. Hoy Alieman, Bk-bard I, ■ ugh and John B. Lough, all of Price Creek, Colo dll-jS D. C. WEYAND. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ~ Department of tbe Interior. U. 8. Land Office al O Ten wood Spring*. Colo., November 30, HT). ’ Notice Is hereby given that Benjamin H. Lybyer, of Price Creek. Colorado, who. on October 8,1918, made Homestnul Entry. Ser ial No. (43M8 for Lota H and 9. aeHQ»X. dec. 8, Tp. 3 N.. K. 98 W.. and the w*aek. and wuneit. dec 31.Tp. 4 N.. H.M W„ Bth P. M.. has Bled notice of Intention to make Pinal Three-Year Proof, to establish claim tn the land above described, before Henry J. If ty. U. 8. Commissioner, at Meeker, Colorado, <m tbe 14th day of January. HOI. claimant names as witness«e: Boy Alleman. Elmer J. Bean, Edward C. Weller and Thomas 8. Me Alary-, all of Price Creek. Colorado. dll-J» D. C. WEYAND. Register NOTICE^FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. V. 8. Land Office at O lea wood Springs, Colo., November 57, Ittx NOTICE Is hereby given that Leon L. Wri rht. of Meeker. Colorado, who. on November 4. 1917. made Homestead Entry. Serial No. nlgS7. forse%: wtynek, and o'.tnwu. section 12. Tp. 5 X.. K. ttt W.. Mb P. M.. has Sind notice of tntentku: to make Final Three-Year Proof, to estabitsb claim to the land above de scribed, before Henry J. Hay. U. 8. Commis sioner, at Meeker, Colorado, on the lltb day of January. MSI. Claimant names ns witnesses: Francis H. Sheridan. James W. Hheridan. Prank K. Hheridan and Edna K. Wright, all of Meeker, Colorado. dil-js D. C. WEYAND. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tbe Interior. U.B. Land Office at Ufcawood Springs, Colo., Nmember 57, 1990. NOTICE la hereby given that G. Bruce An derson. of Meeker. Colorado, who. eo July 3U. 1914. made Homestead Entry. Serial No. •SITI, for Lids I and 5. Bee. L Tp. 1 N.. It. M W.. and sHsc!*. See. 36. Tp. 2 N.. B. 94 W.. Bth P. M. has filed notice of In tention to make Pinal Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Henry J- Hay. IT. 8. Comintariooer at Meeker. Colorado, on the 11th day of Janu ary. 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Horace 8. Harp. William A PalriW Id. John Van Clenvr and Walter Van Cleave, ail of Meeker. Colorado. dll-J8 D. ( . WEYAND. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. H. Land Office at Glenwood Springs, Colo., November 3, 1990 NOTICE Is hereby given that John If. Combs of Meeker. Colorado, who. on December 19, NOS. made Preemption Declaratory state ment. No. 018067. for Lot 4. Her. 36, Tp. 1 N.. K. IB W.,fltb P. M-, has Bled notice of IntetfHon to make Final Preempts>n Proof, to establish claim to tbe land above described, before Henry J. Hay. U. 8. Commissioner, at Meeker. Colorado, on tbe 15tb day of January, 1151. Claimant names as witnesses: Emil Kracbt. Ralph iflckcna, Ike A. Murr and Verne Murr. all of Meeker. Colorado. dll-JH I). C. WEYAND. Keatater. NUTICK FUR PUBLICATION Department of tbe Interior. U.B. Land Office at Olenwond Mprlngs, Colo.. November 57, 1890 NOTICE la hereby given that William Find lay. of Meeker. Colorado, who. on April 13.1918. made Preemption Declaratory Statement No. 0147 W, for Lot 1 and ae)tne!4, dec. A and Lot 4 and swltnwM, See. 4, nttne*4, Hec. 4, and tbe witnwK. sec. 4. Tp. I 8.. H. 91 w., wh P. M . has filed notice of Intention to make rtnal Preemption Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before Henry J. Hay. U. 8. Commissioner at Meeker, Colorado, on the luth day of January, 1921. Qalmanr name* aa witnesses: Ren. B. Curry, William L. Pyle. Elmer Clin .ini and Charles H. Allison, all of Meeker. Colorado. dll-J6 D. C. WEYAND. Register. NOTICE Department of the Interior United States Land Office Glcmvood Springs Colo., Dee. 11. 1020 No. 010870 Not lee Is hereby given that THE RAVEN PARK OIL COMPANY, (Paul Taylor. Secy, pro tem.. post office Buok lln, Kansas), lias applied for an oil mid gas prospecting permit under sec tion 10 of Act of February 25, 1920. (Public No. 140). for Lot 3. Sec. 2; Lot 0. Sec. 2; Lots 10 11 12 13 14. Sec. 3; Lot 14. Hec. 4; cV4ne*4. Sec. 0; Lota 1. 2. nwV&neVi. n%nwVi, s%n%. Sec. 10; Lots 3. 4. swVinwVi. Sec. 11, all in township 1. North, range 102. West. oth P. M. IUo Blanco County, fitate of Colorado. Any and nil person* haring adverse or eon filleting claims to said lands are hereby notified that a fnll state ment. under oath of such claim should Ik? filed in this office showing a super ior right to a permit or lease under said act or a valid existing adverse or conflicting claim to the land or the minerals therein under the public laws, on or before January 20. 1021; other wise such claim may be disregarded in granting the permit or lease applied for. D. C. WEYAND; Register. First publication. Decemlier 18, 1020. Last publication, January 15 1021. Dr. J. P. Rlddlle, specialist In dia eases of the eye, ear. nose and throat Glasses fitted. Glenwood Springs, tf Chamberlain's Cough Rsmedy Now Ih the time to lay In a supply of Chamberlain’* Cough Remedy. It la almost sure to be needed before tbe winter is over. You will look a good while before you find a better remedy for coughs, colds, croup and wbooplog cough or one tliat Is more pleasant to take. It meets with favor everywhere. Huy it now' and he prepared. MANY WOMEN USE GLYCERINE MIXTURE Meeker women will be surprised at tlie INSTANT pleasant action of sim ple glycerine, buckthorn bark, etc., as mixed In Adler-l-ka. One spoonful re lieves Any Case gas on the stomach or sour stomach. Because Adler-l-ka acts on BOTH upper ami lower bowel it of ten ruses constipation and prevents ap pendicitis. One lady reports herself CURED of a bad case of bowel trouble and constipation. MEEKER PHARMACY Nsike of Fkmi Bsttlim—f In the Matter of tbe RsUte of) Ihi vid French, deceased. ) Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of January. A. D. I*2l, I will present to tbe County Court of Rio Blanco County. Colorado Riy account* for final settlement of tlie administra tion of said estate. When and where all persons In interest may appear and object to tlieiu if they so deslrs. * J. ERNEST OLDLAND dll-jl Administrator Notice ef Ffaml BMHemewt^ In the Matter of the Estate of) Josiah Wharton, deceased. ) Notice Is hereby given that on tbe 10th day of January. A. D. 1021. I will present to the County Court of Rio Blanco County, Colorado my account# for final settlement of the administra tion of said estate. When aud where ail persons interested may appear and object to them if they so desire. BUENA G. WHARTON dll-Jl Administratrix Nat ice of Ffaml BetUemmt In the Matter of the Estate of) Adda Fairfield, deceased. ) Notice U hereby given tliat ou the 17 <lay of January. A. D. 1021 I will pre sent to the County Court of Rio Blanco Comity, Colorado my accounts for final settlement of the administration of said estate. When and where all per sons In interest may appear and object to them if they so desire. JOHN A. WATSON d!8-J8 Executor. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Inert Office at Glen wood Springs, Colo.. December 13, MSI NOTICE Is hereby gfven that BeinusC. L. Eilertsen. of Mocker. Colorado, who, on Jan uary H*. 1918, made Homestead Entry, No.QIOtK, for swlineH. e*ne*. *fcc. 10; vH nwW. seUnwl*. nw*/ 4 xw V See. SI, Tp. 1 8.. R. n W.. 4th F. M.. has filed notice of Intention to make Final Throe-Year Proof to establish claim to land above described, before Henry J. Hay, U. 8. ComtnlMlooer, at Meeker, Colorado, on the 2Sud day of January, 1921. Claimant names as witness as: John K. Smith. Michael Sorensen, Arthur Kincber snd William Y. Lowe, all of Meeker, Colorado. dlB-JIS D.C WEYAND. Regleter. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tbe Interior. IT. 8. Land Office at Glenwood Springs. Colo., December 13,1990 NOTICE Is hereby given that Walter B. Ca ble, <if Meeker, Colorado, who, on November 10. 1916, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 09ias for swU, See. 8. snd tbe nwU, Sec. IT, Tp. 1 m.. K. 93 W.. ftk P. M.. has aiertnotfee of Intention to make Final Three Year Proof to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Henry J. Hay. U. 8. Commisffionsr. at Meeker, Colorado, on the ffind day of January, 1991. Claimant names as witnesses: Michael Sorensen, John H. Bmlffi. Samuel A. Richardson snd Ewin Amlck, all of Meeker, Colorado. d 18-JUS D. C. WEYAND. Bagtster. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tbe Interior. U.B.' Land Office at Glenwood Springs. Colo., Deoemher 13, HR KOTIC* I; kmfc, liven IMt kM A. Wilkinson, of Meeker. Colorado, wka. on Jhnu mrT -<Q» »«•. made Homestead JhXrv, No. OHM. for IxB S. nwkiwU. See. XL aeMseM, Lot 4. Sec. 31. Tp 1 N.. R. to W.. sad LaVaLl* 3, Bcc. 5, snd Lot 4. motion l.Tp. I 8.. R. a w„ 6th P. M., has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three-Year Proof to nstahlMh claim to the land above described, before Henry J. Hay, U. 8. Cnmmtaaioaer, at Meek er, Colorado, on the tlst day of January, I*2l. Claimant names aa witnesses: Charles Pnckett, John A. Manuel, Ervin E. Wilds snd Frank M. Green, all of Meeker. Colorado. dlhj 15 D. C. WEYAND. Regleter NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Glenwood Springs. Colo., OctoOer 98, MB) NOTICE Is hereby given that Sarah E. Mead, of Meeker, Colorado, who. on March 57. 1918, made Preemption Declaratory State ment. No. . for neltneM Bee. 13. Tp. I N.. K. 90 W.. 6th P. M.. haTdled nottoS of Intention to make Final Preemption Proof, to establish claim to the land above rtte scribed, before H. J. Hay. U. 8. Commissioner, at Meeker, Colorado, on the iStb day of Jan uary, 1991. Claimant names aa witnesses: Charles M. Keller, Ralph Hlgglda John B. Dm*> •oa Or. E. MotUhn,.M (5^ rarto. rt!l-J8 D. C. WEYAND. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of tbe Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Glenwood Springs. Colo., Deootnber 1L I*9o. NOTICE la hereby given that Charles H. who. on Nov ember 97. 1917. made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 014178, for (as amended) nefcneX Sec. It: ttoe of intention to make Final Three Year (Soldier S) proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before R. W. White, Clerk of Dtiart? Court, at Craig. Colorado, on the 52nd day of January, IMI. Claimant names a* witnesses: THUsWear. Grorae A. Wear and William C. F rhai £ b^l7!'„. all of **'mker, Colorado, and Will iam B. Williams, of Raimely, Colorado. a I*ols D. C. WRY AND, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Oflteeat Glenwood Springs, Colo., December 13, MR, Notice M hereby given that John L. Kirk- B trick, 6r Meeker. Colorado, who,'on Ooto r IfcjMA made Homestead Entry" Serial £2®’ l1 for .2 r *" w H- nw*ewfc. RL. No. 9- 1700, See. 11. and aefcnefc, and eU lO, Tp. 9 ».. R.« W.. Bth P. M., has filed notice of Intention to make Final Three-Tear Proof, to establish claim to the land above deeoribed, before Henry j. Hay, U. 8. Commissioner, at Meeker, Colte rado. on tbe flat day of January, 1991. Claimant names as witnesses: Alonso Mover. H. John Anderton. George Colorado* I** 1 ** hn B * rvl0 *- of Meeker, dlB»JI6* D. C. WEYAND. Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Glenwood Springs. Cola, November IQ, HR NOTICE is hereby given that William L. A1 linger, one of tbe heirs of Jennie Allinger. dcoosaed. of Meeker. Colorado, who,ood£ father 59.1914. made Homestead Entry, Ber- Sal No. 01WB9, for seMneHneH. neMs&nefc, 1 A..,« filed notice of infection to mnfcn Mnel Tbreo-Yenr Proof, to eetoblleta claim to tbclbod oboveficecrtbcd, before Henry J. Hoy, 0. fiS“- , “Ajl<>ner. ot Heeber, CtoloreOo, or tbe 10tb doy of January, igg,. ' L, C™rt Omoee ea wltneeeea : Deo E. Cufry, Choriee H. AlHeno. 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