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Jo lis rsos of Mfe tls sms wk Is out of dots is Is Ms sl/iifkt for boos- Wbai s fis Miln| It is to walk down lb* efrrat Is /osr ows au4 your ***** suit of Hotter*— ay, l// IJv* Im f»sr own Moms* su4 rids In y*/«r own Jltti* is.-. TV osl/ rotl Is tJamt sot of Milo# Is tbs road of »!/*lf! Tlsr* srr «y|sr ports Uwtdre Boros sisl wyartff s#*4 ms of item ss/s: ' ll* looks lbs whtA* world Is tbs fp# f« A I*o (SHI »*Ot SO/ »•<*." l/H/t ualsa s tiiso fiirtlo Hr rhoo*M I l*s l*<l* sIL-ys of Ilfs Noth ing will n*sk* s s*st* avoid f*m to—r tbs I* to lend bio* s flvsr He dodgre /oo s« ll<«* you I*s4 Ms Mosllpot- I*4 tailsr l« s l«-nd*-r ibstt a borrower, Ibo H's not so d/iui/rsllslng I Mil I, • tlrmgitu llirl liu-tlrr ineti In 4o illtlioisii tbings. Tlj**iv'ft no telling wbsi a tuas-or a rat will 4o when itrlvsi Into s wr ist Tim only *sf** way Is to (trap Is tb« */pen, in keep «mji ot dsM ss4 4an ger Mill If lbs thrifty man's I4rsl Is only in keep out of4e|/t, ll In not blgb enough One sin# “hs4 nowhere m lay Ills lies 4,” mM : ''ll Is mors liisssed in glv»f limn In reeH*e" I'liml'n the great law of eervl«•#?; ths limn who only give* ni'Siey gives Ut ile ihlnk the wnrhl In on the wrong lrs«’b In eseklng happiness, If usual* ly seeks nuly lo In served and sol to serve. Happiness In not found mi uiuHi l/y gelling ms hy giving, and not only your money, hut your MKf/IT The Melflnli, gr*hhllM(. elutehlug 111 sHiii’l Is (lie liisliiiet of llm hrule ; tho e dog Is oftnii more generous Ilian tunny s iiiAAti The giving, sslf-sarrtili'- Ing, nerving side Is spiritual and hea ven hunt reraonally I tmniiH nee (hat we ars going lo gel iinuii "forrader" In our world relsilouft until we determine boldly In art upon uiiaelflah prtnrl pleM- ll la never good litialnraa <0 win hy Nuolher'a loss Hueeeaa whleh la pun haaed al halred’s almp la a had hargalu. Hlgna are showing In Hie political ftky 1 hsi Indicate the coming of fair weather. Ihe scallertng of Ilia Honda of suspicion', Isiili al hnnie and atimad and the Mlilulug of Ihe sun of confi dence I inn Imiktug forward In (he coming of Hie summer of world fHsnd ship. Mtty no cms| winds of iltatruat slid IdtlnrneMii B|edl 11. If wo caunot forget, wo shall have In forgive. Ilul wliat baa tbla to do with thrift! 1 A lot* rm—nay ks art pM swiy flap [■ vausao aid aa—By. a— flruAAa , « toady tub. a pa—, and a aantos . 1 tb**r *o* Adg rtoctkr Atotapr art Mto tfs l wtdl tv W thrifty rt ]*** aat* rtlitOis 1 aid td haoeoty and tokaabf smd sPI •A—/. Mb* the rrpairirt, *Xo gnlit tend with war Papaaa. r hy drtag —1 I ktwoi hast to* «br apto— da wtodA we. ace tmlM I 4c o wall to w ttooar ctdapi, I They pay Pas tahnsu-IB par ant. I KM. Mur Mftf. MM* (Mu a* I (Mr. illilk Ant MMM M AH I C V** AM ■»>■» • —ai a woo, and od a ttoa—l. or # •tooatr If orory —a and —0 * prartod thrift, the hood toiag sf dr i fcr —itasm w—ld awAy wAoa (to— ' — rfc Brew tf ctoey I—d ftortr —ft 1 they vvrtd Asar tosdf todr —lap. The ' old Ma of IrflAif hy for a raiay toy 1 easy pv is a —e pa-tor's —Mo. f <>wd aovary, huaisfly aad latotrlaarty Thrift is a fl— thing for yaa. far ■ yovr fa—ly—syo. aad far year nsl— r iw. Jr'S •—itotoig y«sr acfphhor o— * and tokos aa rii—r (na ym. Its 1 hue for r—y The thrifty aatoiap vwr —• r wo. loaves h—ind. Uho watar In—if. ' ruddcrUos dtretitiU. eto— wtoo tears their awey atm they tear# thato '—bay. It is to the ap»adrhrtft that hivwey is a root of aril, aad a —a 4 not tort to he rich to he a spead ' t#lff To the thrifty —a —aey la '' the r— of owt pood to h—artf, to r his family, to his town, aad to Ms —* | ihsu. —tbr Harry Loader. PICK UPS The A— step towards hdptasaa la [ to keep dftdog tk|*p jot tM— worth white liaptweas tr gnAiSa ha 4s«— with— -1 thtepa —at —4. hoi— shosrfdl t about It. Our egsmy oft— toHa ao Hrtspc » ought to haow os— If they to haft you eaa't hasp it bar— you pro r growing old hat you eaa grow «M 1 | good aataredfy. He gaaoe aad don't —yltls. Our Idea of a pood wtfo to a— that ; helps hey harttoad do the ton— work No— folks aro a hart at sly oppsaed 10 soy thing they eaa't bos* Wbother Ibo shy hs Mao or do your otoot —lt awry day* Being a taob Is w«/r«e thaa being a 1 t*nA bora*— a swob to bsth. Beit to mm 9 aad water tho —at Important thing needed for waabtag t Is a ctorfc to tlaM tbs batHtos. Tim women ran get meat aad gtoe 1 erics by leisptooae. If they could get . tbelr teuers that way they would N , all right. It helps mors ta km p nhesrfbl wbsa 1 your read to roetoy thaa when H to 1 smooth. I bars aottoad that —at paapto ta » this world are about as happy aa they 1 liavo mads ap their minds ta be. Bsndldfs got —MMO In Mamas * Cilr and IMWm In Itrarar. Of ivMirss bandits are llhe tbs rust of ns r They needed a lot of money for Tbristmas work. 1 If tbo bandits go to robbing tbs government mints they will kill tbs ' peas that lays the golden eggs. Th« way to pra—rity to mors dlf . (Icult If yon hare a grouch oa. One of the rnal troabtes to tteat a I ls»y has ta go to bed when ha Isn’t slespy and pet ap when be Is sleepy. If ths Mnltna had ts tears tote asm •rmis wives, fust he torn (torlstmas * was as good a time as say. r When a tahy girl la bora she seta R uy a howl fnv Hoi has aad never qalis This paper has hern asked to give II Its opinion of a man who deceives J bis wife. W* think hs Is a mighty —art man. il r A Usurer paper asys tho tnrkry s growing Indtmiry la growing rapidly d In Ordorado. Which toads ua to obnrr- I* vs that chore la no bettor turkey grow s Ing nscilnn In tha stats than right d here In Hlo Blanco County. ll MM— - ■ . ■ ■ * ram HAMS -Oood Hbnda Irtand Bed Cock rala Price lIJA Inquire of lira. ! David Mmllh. d»Jt —Hi—n— asddaaaapn—aa—>a, The First State Bank CWS. BUS MMf Surplus, UM TO ii«E» AfpfBCUTED ®Mmjmmm - * ImmTim E l hT.V*s4»ra lH >m«iA * ton—r noS c fm* mw A. E. LYTLE flmMg 4 Skat total Wait pant aacota twome cvstems noovnoT— rwuMces flNtJt OUTOBOOMTORREr— Vc Ansi You That Ve Will Give Y«* The list Ms Fir Ths Mousy Aad Taßt am Share of Low through Die '■ Prices MEEKER FURNITURE STORE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHERS MEEKER CABINET & UDTG. Co. Sb & Market Streets " BARGAINS IN TIRES***" 30x3i non-skid tires at the White River Garage. First class goods. H. H JOY yggggggMgggggggggaa—AaaAaaMdtgaaaiaaAaaaaaaaaaaaa ~r7 is«ftigs xrTTZL iJtzsr sau‘“ r —* 0 prism a turn—g a. y. a— L A w——p». a. onrn. J. * sux^ry. Jamas Mayan. J.kUiwS The First National Bank cS^"m>dinS»MoSoo Pam a—aa— BaaS— Sen—at ton—— so rnwes—onam or ns w«rts 5 ' HARNESS and SADDLES TK* B—t Makw on th* M ** t —* at Bottom Price* m -u - , : Ithig w yam old hwmw and have it repaired and oil. ad. A Ana awnrtment of Nava|o blanket, and Iwtfiw good* datable for holiday prwentr . Alw a ihoa rapairing dapartmenL T. F. BERNARD. Proprietor Plantar Mb ops Katobllahsd IHM F. N. JoHantgen Wood, Iron and Steel Practical Horse Shoeing —AOttNT ron Em—p-Brioiingbam Firm Machinery IUspRU, ■ M—KIM. (XibOhADO P. O. Horn. ppppppppppppppy p—pppppppppppppppppppmmppppppmpppp NBW PTBAIMBfI HONEY TOB UAtJ*~4M 1h rtss PT-Sfi; » to cans 1110 ItotivTSd In tot M HA NO ELY OO I/O. MDOUramD mtOBTBOBN ■ram Have |» Masher A Baglstorud Abort born toaUs - tor.sal* Hosier inks a look at tk— ksfsra buytog dtotf OHAI WHMNANT Tbs crying Fills of ths hour aro: Dividends on "watcrwl" stock, tha stock dividend and tas-exempt sacur* llles. A foil return to prosperity for the masses la not In night till these svlla ars remedied . President. Harding’s preachment on "•conomy” leaves the Impn—toss that we ought to be more saving In sxptnd Itnrsa for Government that we can be more guns roue In gifts to the Hhlpptag Tf—t TUB WANBON MINK Coal Creek, tho best coal I 9 White River Valley. Now open, and coal lo rhoton at all times. Will taka trade for eoal. Phone flO F 18 d*Bo J. 1. HANSEN, Losses POR SALE— SWEET POTATOES— Gusrantsed good. Wlb box SI.7S; OOP* basket. $3.78, delivered. W. D. DAYMAN 00-Jin Orsnd Junction, Colo. ALFALFA HAY A FBRPINO PRIV II,EVES —110 tons fine alfalfa, spring water, fine cedar tending grounds, and shelter. Will aell bay and bale, or will aell the feeding privileges 00 the ground. Hay to on Wallace Creek be tween Grand Valley and Dcbeqnc, Colorado; Write or wire, W J lladdon Hay* Kansas. We wll pey $1.40 In trade or on ac* count for good wheat delivered at Flour Mill. Custom grinding same as last year. A. OLDLAND A CO. THE DOMANCER By MOLLIE MATHER A mm or MSS— —s— flow -Bmt —os B— man —st*‘ IWW Hew 10 tbs vrmnow and tur Merry Msbnrs aisb SaHowsd m e —ft ' M teamY it b— mh. tbe way t— Jin Jo— to sms Bor? And she's *W ~Wkm oorprwa mm.” Mm. Tomkins • snmmrbed. **to Urn way lotos will tak*- u> a st raiigin Ms* Low Hnmutor I 1— toor owt nfin to bar cor anti never any atf us. Ms* TeoUrtne old neigl* bar* so—d to rids r JSottm XT «tm on ills fl "NTe «nc't« svear tbs Sflto cb— this otrongwr due*** sbs stod to— Stoaootly. **«rhaae Ai <te prl co— Irum?' fUiaabe wanted ta bn—. ”nnd ir her bn— Jewel Jeyee, as they soy? hotarth made As nt” “Mtos Joy or sob— real ageseatole.* a aesatil woman find fry —ml!. Tie etb— Jaagtmd. *■» tbe moo lulke tlatob.*' they m* The «b>Bec *t earn—Bahaa paaseti ns bar way Mtos tend Joy os one at ways jrwfltort; happy. Bnoks an noyeti bar not. Ilk—i rtmlnesv joort mMtiaoi Ttvm an atatmay a yvn&g mas —rang to walk at t net aid* *7 a— job team the rtkv wmilnw *' be said. 7 mvt my way to a—* tbs • :W J—ai uMbaart am—* Tbe rout mas's brlpbt ssprys inn fodo* **6sy." bo osbsd —o— Tgly. iiv* «dun to that mas craning oui bar* aoyssyT •As often as be can." Jewel replied . as aa afrertbought tom added: “Which “You'd bettor aok." Nettie Welle brother surra—Uy replied: “fotk* here ars betting an wbkb fc—w erase* J—to Joyce asood abb and wtareti ‘Tan mean to toil m*“ obe Mdig nearly cried “that tbs people here are jraolfd— about me?" ~G<—bf y Jim Walls laugbeti tbs mca to tbs atoms are guesrtag s* to wUtk ef shoos two mss team the city will bo tbs wtonsr. sod Ms soo so say that ntotbar of them to srr*em»; Slfcr’ .(M Irtl m *<!' Jml |lun, at (to toytto Im, la pUltoK/. ttoa X. ~Ok Mr. WrtU." mk* MIC flmm «o»T to foe to to I tor. nm M.Wn * ro- — to matt ton to. l» Hnl atoto tor ato itolnr. torn«>r Tto fton to (l,toM"( rrto. ■to marato (to tto nto . nil. r* —'-r m> at tor Mk Tto M la tto *«• ruin |t|i(. ud <h, Httl* mtmmtrr nwto Mr tow. or grtotlm, tmUat. untotorl.. Jin'. cwnMUw. T#M«r oto. ttof a totwwOookm, ctonttOT touM; tow tor wtoa f waa la tto rttr. mm* Ca waa at a maria ttoalar wld, a ggntai maa from (tola Hra w»at aana awt km— a tklrkwat. ,reap.raaa aatt of laokiaa max. aad— ~ tto apaakar laaard rloa* ta hla aa*ar a«®«tow—“tto maa wa» bolding tor toad all tbrwagb tto pi*/ Kb* paaaad at |ata« owt. aad amikd aa twal aa raa plaaaa. Kaaw I'd an hor, taw. all tto tlmo." L#a WamdaU apafea ap toritadl;. ■Taaac ctop. trmaa't to? UgtiUah hair, artorlab looklagT* Tto fliat apaakar ragardtd Lra with hitaraat. "What ara you talking about t Tto man la tto ttoatcr waa alddtr agrd marto. Oath hair, arted a. though to owaod tto girl, aagaged to bar. yow'd think—aad (torn attor two. coming out torn all tto lima, hoik paring tor ataadf attaatloa. and know tag nothing. I'll to booad, about tbla bird la Iba ttoatar." I.ja Wendell a book hla head. "Prole ablj ato'a walling la aaa which one U worth the moat moony. Our jouag Jim hare ought to bo warned, (the might oraa marry Jha aad .poll hla career at tto atari. Bat what I waa talking about waa a fallow I now thla Jewel wotaoa with la tbo city. Idght haired, young. Iba waa drlrlag with him, and (toy atoppatf for gaa at tba place I did. How do you dor aha aays to me. 'Mr. Waadoll, thla la Mr. Bruce'—Bruce waa tto name. 'Philip: I heard her call him, and to aald right out. 'Tea. dear.'" I.ya Waadoll. returning bob. daya later from hla farm, panned aa auto mobile driven by tha aarne llght-halred chap to remembered toeing area la the city. Tha Jewel woman wee by hla aide. "How do you doT” ah# again greet ed the eetonlahed I.ya; ehe plopped. "Thla la my huaband, Mr. Bruce, Mr. Wendell. We are driving out to look over tbe told of my balfhrotbor'e new work. Tou hove boob Mr. Jbhaeoo. my half-brother, here with me oftea. He la a civil engineer. Tto eherter man. whom you may nlao remember, le my huetond’e brother eod Mr. Johnaon'e buelueee aeoodete." Lya. meeting the brlde’a twinkling eyee, grinned nadeiwtakdlßgly. •Thanke," he a«IC “And now, all that they win anal to know la—who did Dan aoa you with la tto theateri" Tto yowag Mr. Bruce atnlled. “That tnuat hive been your dad, dear," be aald. "It wee." agreed Jewel. Feared the Artistic Touch. "Why did old Rich rofoao to allow hie daughter to marry that young urt letr "I auppoae he wee afraid tha arllst would draw aa him.”—Boatoa Tran script. TTTTTTTTI mill. : LUDENS: a .:a - - m e-• ' ' / a •, ■ k., 11 lllli-kll- (???) COUON REHEDY THE MOTHER'S FAVORITE Tbe soot*— and boa Hog prsporflrs oj m—rtili’s Cosgk (looted/, Its plrosor* taste and proapt sod sdEec* 1 uul mres bnvc mA ll • farortto with people oecrfokare. It la e# jaenfir prised by mothers of young rPliCboc ter cold* croup and wboep my oo—ta. as tt always affords quick relief and is free from opt— and other baneful drug* NOTICE TO NON'RWHDRMT or PROBATE OF WILL Hut' of Colorado, County of Rio Rtoro s* Is tbe County ln Propkste. The People of the State of Osiers do to Andrrar Coats and Mrs Charlo tte Coat* GREETING: WHEREAS. It has been made to ay»p#*r to the Com,!/ Court of Rio Monro County. In the State of Colo rado. that you. the said Andrew Costa and Mr* Charlotte Coats are. or Hsim to be heirs at Ur of Robert W. Coat* daoraavd. and that you ars noo-raoidcsts of tbe State of Colora do. sad that reside at Vernal Utah. Near. Therefore. In accordance with tbs provision# of tbs statute in such ease mads and provided and by order of Court duly mode and enters* you are hereby noiiled that an instrument of writing importing to be tbe Lent Will and Testament of tha said Rob ert W. Coats, dvoeaned. waa present ed to said Court for probate on tbe 2nd day of October A. D. 1922, by Milo Costa, residing tt Meeker. In tbe Sente of Colorado: that tbe aald de cedent wa* at tbe time of bis decease s rertdrat of Meeker, in tbe Stale of Colorado: that tbe said decedent, ac cording to tbe said alleged Will de rbrt and bequeathed his property in tbe words and figures following, to wit: “I hereby bequeath the follow ing of my property to my nephew. Milo Melrin Coat* to-wit. all my land Mtos ted in Rio Blanco County. Colo.. all my lire stock and all increase there —y be from same, all my money, personal property and all other property I bare that Is not otherwise bequeathed in this will. “To my wife. Mrs Charlotte Coat* I give tbe sum of Six Dollars (s*) “To my son. Andrew Coat* I give the sum of One Dollar (sl.oo)** You Are Hereby Notified To be and appear before said Court at tbe Coun ty Court Room in the Court Houas In Meeker, in tbe County of Rio Blanco, in tbe State of Colorado, on the 11th day of January. A. D. 1923, then and there to attend the hearing on tbe probate of tbe said alleged Last Will and Testament of tbe said Robert W. Coats deceased and further to do aad perform what shall then, by the aald Coart. be required and adjudged. In Witness Whereof. I hare here unto set set my hand and affixed the aeal of said Court at my office In Meeker, in aald County, this 27th day of November. A- D. 1922. Iseall HERBERT GORDON d 2-30 Judge and Acting Clerk TAKING DESPERATE CHANGES It Is true that many contract aev erc colds and recover from them with out taking any precaution or treat ment. and a knowledge of thla fact leads others to take their chances In stead of giving their colds the needed attention • It should be borne In mind that every cold weakens tbe iwy, lowers the vitality, makes the system less able to withstand each succeed ing attack and paves the way for tbe more serious diseases. Can you af ford to take such desperate chances when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous for Its cures of bad colds may he had for a trifle! NERVOUS FEELING DUE TO GAR ON STOMACH Pressiiar of gas on heart and other organs often causes a restless, ner vous feeling. Simple buckthorn bark glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlerlka, expels gas and relieves pressure and nervousness almost Instantly. Acts on BOTH upper and lower boprel. Ad lerlka removes matter you never thought was In your system which poisoned stomach, causing gas and nervousness. EXCELLENT to guard against appendicitis. MEEKER PHARMACY WHEN YOU ARE CONSTIPATED To Insure a healthy action of the howela and correct disorder of the liver, take two of Chanfherlaln’a Tab lets Immediately after supper. They will not only cause a gentle movement of tba bowel* without unpleaaant ef fect* but banish that dull, stupid feel lag, that often accompanies oonstl Ps Goa.