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MIIMWIM »»♦»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ; THE PEOPLE’S The i! WANTS ™ I V a :; —RATES—' 10 Cents Per Line Each Insertion ■; FOR SALE:— I92O model Ford se dan, demountable rims, starter, good tires, motor in good shape, speedo meter. —G. Dutton, Amherst, Colo. 50 STRAYED—From my place south east „of Grant, one 3-year-old brown Molly mule, about two months ago- Finder please notify Wm. Shalla, Grant, Nebr., and receive reward- FOR SALE:—Pure bred White Wyandotte cockerels, extra line. — Oliver Smith, 3% miles south and 8 miles west of Holyoke. 47-6* LOST—In grandstand, Wednesday evening, a black vanity case contain ing cash, a gold watch with name en graved and calling cards- Finder may keep money if watch is returned. Mrs. N. L- Fuqua, Holyoke. Julesburg Star Gwendolyn Sandy of Paoli, has been visiting this week at the Frank Sprague home- Gladv Einspahr will go to school, in Holyoke the coming term and will board at the Lane home. Threshing is about finished in this neighborhood only the headed stacks being left. Mrs. Hudspeth has been quite ill, but is reported as improving at this writing. Mr and Mrs- H- Detmer took in the fair at Ovid, Monday. »j Mr. Andrew Ileal purchased a new Dodge sedan Saturday and drove it home. Mrs. Henry Sohillenherg and family entertained several autoloads of rel Peerless Program Week Commencing Wed., Sept 10th Wednesday and Thursday J. Warren Kerrigan I IN 08OKQB lIAItK MC CUTCHEON FAMOUS NOVEL “The Man From Broadney’s” A Mystery romance of imllHii Bias Intrigue. luvo ami undventurn. NEWS Friday Cullen Landis —lN— “Remberance” A heart stirring picture of real homo folks Comedy "Marry when Young" Saturday Charles Jones -IN— “Western Luck" A flnry romance that leap* from the wont to Wall at root and back. - • Comedy “Win Tell." • \ FOX NBWB SUCH IS LIFE By Van Zelm So That was 1m* ’ Ihd oc ”*• Tail WANTED—I am alwaya In the mar ket tor your cream, egg, and poul try—A. # M. Anderson. 8041 FOR TRADE —24O Acre ranch near sand hills, for land near Holyoke. Will pay caah difference or asaume mortgage. See John S. Fletcher at Cltiiens State Bank, Holyoke, Col. t 2 LOST —Black suitcase containing clothes on road between Holyoke and Potter, Nebr. Reward If returned to B. F. Trumper, Holyoke, Colo. < FOR SALE —2 h p. Witt gas engine Good as new. Chas- Rudder, Paoli. Colo. 52 FOR SALE —Ford truck with grain body. $125.00. L. L- Bill, 15 miles southwest of Holyoke. 52 atives from Sterling, Sunday. Mr- and Mrs- Kenneth Goodman are the proud owners of a new Ford coupe which they purchased Sunday. Miss Bucholz of Ply moth, Nebr., ar rived heer Saturday evening to teach the school in District 19. - School started in District 17 with Miss Nelson as teacher, and in Dis trict 4S with*Miss Sanders as teacher last Monday morning. Mrs- John Detmer got some cucum bers from Mrs- Achterberg, Monday. NEWS OF HOLYOKE'S PIONEER DAYS (Continued from First Page) The democratic county convention was held at Holyoke yesterday ufter noon. J C Elder was chairman and Walt Hall secretary. The following delegates wore selected: State —W- I). Kelsey for the convention called by Arbuckle and Hurry Moore for the j McKinley convention Congressional same as stale. Judicial —P. J Demp j Bter. W. D. Kelsey. Otis Castetter and Jerome Lewis- Senalorial—Charley Pratt, K. T- Shamp, I H- Elliott and M. F. Clark. A C- Cuuble has been cutting na tive hay. He has quite a good-sized stack Curt is a rustler and can stay in Colorado if auvone can. i TWENTY YEARS AGO OBITUARY Luellii A. True was horn Iu Orange county. Indiana. July 21, 1849. and died at the home of her brother, J. A. True, In Phillips county, Colo. on Friday, Aug 26ih 19U4, aged 65 yedrs. 1 month and 5 day* Almiui ala monlhn before her death ahe suffered a atroke of paral yala and fulled to rally from the ef fects of the stroke. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Austin have a lino baby at their home, which ar rived on Sunday. Aug. 26th. DIED -(.eater Summers, age 10 yrt 6 months und 22 days, son of Mr nnd Mrs- E (I. Summers of litis county, died Sunday. Aug. 28lh. He had under'a physician's care for several days but was apparently much Improved until übuul 24 hours beforei his death when he wus sud denly taken worse. The funeral eer- Vlcoa were conducted from the Meth odist church on Mouday, Iter. Porker of the Presbyterian church preuchlnt the sermon The family hare the sympathy of many friends In their sor rorr. Fred Borland, W. C. Heller, B 8. Worley, A. ('. rouble anti P. J. Peter returned Monday from Pueblo, where they boil been aa delegates to the peoplo'a party state conrentlon. Af ter the conrentlon the boys concluded that they might possibly get more light on the political situation by tak ing a view of Ihc world from the Getting Out the Women Voters top of Pike's Peak each fitted him self with a staff and started to climb to the top of the peak. It Is nine miles from the foot of the peak to Its summit and' it took the boys 7 hours to make the ascent, nearly as good time as is sometimes made on the B. & M Highllne- A new bell tower Is being built on the Holyoke fire house for the fire boll The building was recently moved to East Denver avenue from Inter Ocean avenue to make the lo cation more central for the town. A number of Phillips county people attended the Frontier Day celebration at Cheyenne, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kepler, Mr. and Mrs Charles Cramer, and Miss Jessie Garrlsh left Holyoke. Saturday for a visit to the World's Fair at St Louis. Mrs. McFadden and Miss Sadie White went toDenver, Wednesday for a visit. J. G. Richardson took In the big fain at St. Louis last week Your Conversation MALMAISON When Napoleon's ambition lad him to divorce the unfortunate Josephine, the unhappy einpraaa retired to "Maliiiulson," a coun try house n short distance from I’aria. "Miilnml-uu" meant “un happy house.- It waa in the gar dens of thl, residence that the famous portrait of the empreaa was painted. Malmnlaon la now a museum where Intimate relict of the great Corsican are pre served. First Chinese Deaconesses. Miss Lira anil Miss llun. recently cnteined Id the cathedral at llankow, ire-tin- llrsl Chinese dt-nrouesse* of 'lit- Plulestullt l-lpiscepill church. v Calling cards at this oflice. TO THE VOTERS OF PHILLIPS COUNTY I w ill he unsJtle to see every voter In Phillips County before the Primary, so will endeavor lo get urtiualnted with you th.xiugli these columns I have Iteen a resident of this county for sixteen years. During their years I have (armed, followed the contractor's and builders' profession, and been In the real relate business In lUt tun. I have also brnn Deputy Assessor for four years In the west end of Phillips County. This experience has given me a very good Idea uf land and Improvement valuations In the county, a qualification which Is essential In the Assessor's office I Solicit your support and If I am nominated and elected I will do my utmost to make a fair valuation for Phillips County porperty. A. R. HASKINS PHILLIPS COUNTY ..VrtMUO ' Mias Belle Sherwln, president of the National League of Women Vot ers, holding a silver loving cup which Is to be awarded h.v the National league to the stete league showing the grentest percentage of Increase in the vote of 1024 over 1020. Charles J. Moynihan Republican Candidate For Senator (Short Term) Let s Herald Wist Ad fcs year salesman —PHONE St. SUMMONS ww ininwisw State of Colorado. County of Phillip*, aa. IN THE DISTRICT COURT Omaha Liberty Fire Insurance Com pany a corporation, plain tiff. N)>. 1563 Adam Herney, Helen Herney,: Julia E. Caughey and Albert Caughey, Defen dants. The People of the State of Colorado, to the defendants above named —Greet* Ing: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought ugainst you by the above named plaintiff in the District Court of Phillips County, State of Colorado, and answer the complaint there in within twenty days after the service hereof, if served within this County, or if served out of this County, or by pub lication, within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of service: of Judgment by default will be taken againHt you, according to the pray er of the Complaint. If a copy of the complaint in the above entitled action be not served with this summons, ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for appearancee and answer will be allowod before taking judgment by default as aforesaid. If personal service of this summons and a copy of the Com plaint be made out of this State, fifty days from date of such service is allow ed within which to appear ana plead to such complaint before judgment may be taken by default as aforesaid. The Bald action is brought to secure judgment against the defendants upon the written promissory coupon note for six thousand one hundred eighty and no -100 dollars dated 3-1-30, payable to John Selk, and signed by Adam Herney and Nellie' Herney bearing Interest at six per cent together with three inter est Coupon notes attached to said note and being for the sum of $370.80 each with Interest as specified therein. All signed by Adam Herney and Nellie. Her ney and payable to John Selk and by him endorsed and delivered to plaintiff for value before maturity. To foreclose one real estate mortgage of even date given to secure the same filed for re cord In Book 89, Page 388 Records of Phillips County Colorado and conveying the lands described as: laOts One (1) Two (2) and Three (3) in township Eight North (8N) Range forty-three (43) West of the sixth P. M. in Phillips Coun ty Colorado asking that said mortgage be decreed a first lien upon said lunds and the lands described thereon sold In accord with the law und practice of • tikis court to make the amount of the plaintiff's judgment inter est and costs. For its costs in this behalf laid out and expended and for all proper relief, ns will more fully appear from the com plaint in said action to which reference is here made.* And you are hereby notified that if you fail to nppear and to answer the saiil complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief therein demanded. Given under my hand and the Seal of saiil Court, at Holyoke. Colorado. In said County, this 27th day of February A. I>. 1924. (Seal) O. H. HELLAND. Clerk. First publication Sept. 4, 1924 I-ust pub. Oct. 2, 1924 Extravagant Women. Happy is Hu* iiinn whose wife is stingy. Women's extravagance is the downfall of most men. Genius and Science. If genius Ik merely n greater «U|> ply of blond vessels to the brain, science limy yet provide a greater supply of blood vessels. Baby’s Very Life The 111, .1 ywr baby d.„rel, 1,,,,, 11 purity and richness of the Milk that you feed him. So you cannot be too care ful where it comes from. You can be sure that Pasteurized Milk from us is pure, for we use perfect sani tation throughout our creamery. Clover Blossom Creamery —The Home of Better Dairy Products - HOLYOKE, COLORADO SHERIFF'S SALE Notice, is hereby give that by V |h of an order and decree of ‘the DUi, Court of Phillips County, Colorado to me* directed, in the case of the pj ers Loan Company, of Denver, Color* a corporation, vs. John Wesley u ui . also known as John W. Hamm, Katherine Hamm, in a certain Judgj foreclosure entered on the thirtieth d of August, A. D. 1924, whereby anj the terms of which I am directed t ol the Wost half (WVi) of the South® quarter (SW%) . or Section utirj (13), Township six (6). North, forty-seven (47) West of the a, P. M., and the East hAlf (E‘») o f. Southwest quarter (SWU) of Sect! thirteen (13), Township six (6) .\ or Range forty-seven (47) West of . Sixth P. M., lands belonging ;o j, Wesley Hamm, also known as John Hamm, and Katherine Hamm, for . purpose of paying the demand 0 f j plaintiff in the above styled can secured by a mortgage deed, and hy, terms of which I am required to nu the sum of $554.81 and costs of suit, gether with costa of this which said laud is to be sold subject a first trust deed in the sum of and a first mortgage In the sum $200.00. NOW THEREFORE. Notice i s by given that I will sell the above J crlbed land for cash to the highest b der on Saturday, the fourth day October, A. D. 1924, at 10:00 A g. the front door of the Court 1 louse Phillips County, Colorado, and cert cates of purchase covering said fc will be delivered to thee purchaser said sale. W. B. BfeVARD First Publication September 4. Last Publication October 2, 1924 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DETERMINATION OF HEIR- SHIP. Estute of Enos C. Butler, Ibctai • N *°-1 Notice is hereby given that on | sixth day of October A. D. 1924. | undersigned will present to the Co« Court of Phillips County, Colorado, accounts for final settlement of admit tmtlon of said estate, when and w| all persons in interest may appear t object to them, if they so desire Notice is ulso hereby given that apj cation for the determination of hcinl of said Enos C. Butler deceased | been made and that the Court will said date herinbefore mentioned, or any time to which the haarlni continued, proceed Jo ascertain j determine who are the heirs of the i Enos C. Butler deceased, and as i entitled to inherit any lands, tenem* hereditaments or other property, rnt personal, constituting all or :i part the Estate of the said Enos c. Ba deceased, and enter a Decree acts ingly. at which hearing ail pera claiming to be heirs at law of suid ceased may appear and present 8 proof. J. L. CHANEY AilminiHttutor of estati of Enos C. nuts u First Publication Seeptember 4 1| Insist Publication October 2, 1924 Advice for Women. Women should cultivate their nd *o that men will not miss their ks vlien It leaves them Fifty-Fifty. People who marry for money in teem to get wlmt they married I and 1 twit her do ull those win* rafl for love. *<JW TVvsT NOU T GOT IT, till STY, C What you cgjNNA Y/lt-~ IT ?