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Remember when the first automobile came to town TODAY there are more that we sold them to you. than 7,000,000 of them /// in the country. Pretty soon y g Tifes have a record nearly everybody in this sec- behind them _, . .. tion will be traveling around _ .. . in his own automobile. The y are built b ? the P eo ' n Pie who perfected the first try. wherever the E o,n E straight side automobile tire, is opt to be heavy—The Yhp firct thincr n man ° u. s. Nobby. x - s x tnin £- a man who produced the first pneu- For ordinnry country wants to know nowadays, , . , , . . roods—The u. s. chain y * matic truck tire. or Usco - whbn he starts out to buy a u r s°. r "' cc,3 - Thc car, is how much it is going Two of the greatest con to cost him to keep it run- tributions to tire and motor Foyoi cords. ning economy ever made. '‘WAR" It’ s a ii very well to take IV MMlllliil some doer's word about a As representatives of the tire—if you know who he is oldest and largest rubber con and his object in selling it cern in the world, we have howl cord -NQBtrif-CHAiN'Usoo-ptAjn to you . a reputation to live up to. ( Our object in selling U. S. We can’t afford to substi * Tires is to have you come tute “just as good” tires for back for more —and be glad tires of standard quality. i ■ x United States Tires LARSEN BROS. GARAGE ELB£RT, COLORADO Elbert Coup.ty Tribune Entered at the r-o-t urrtce nt Elbert. Colorado -Matt- the Second-class. ALUBRT NEUMAN, Publbdier. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF THE IN TERESTS, IN THE LANDS AND TENEMENTS OF GEORGE ELS NER, DECEASED, AND THERESIA FISHER, ALSO KNOWN AS THE RESIAN FISCHER, DECEASED. KIAIK Of rULOUAI'-O, | CoujM.y of Elbert. ] In the DlMtrlct Court. No. Al)8. Notice U hereby given that n peti tion bun been filed in the above en titled Court by Idu Eluner. prayinc for determination of the Interests In the lands und tenenien' s of Thereslu Fish er, also known us 7i'heresla Fiacher, de ceased, und Geoi-f;e Eisner, diousul, to-wit: The west hulf ..1 the south west quarter, aiud the south hull of the northwest quarter of Section Twenty-two (22J, Township Nine (U) South. Range Sf.vt y-thr« e (63) W*ist of the Sixth Prlncljjal Meridian, in El bert County, Colorado, seized by /-aid Theresia Fisher at the time of lor death, und s.lao the following des cribed lands and tenements, seized by the said George Elsie r at the time of his death. to-\eit: The east half of the east half of Section Twenty -o.n*-; all of Section Twenty-tw** (22). Iho west hulf of the northwest iiuart' i; i the north half of the south 1mlf: and the southeast quarter of the south east quarter; all Jn Section Twenty three (23); the writ half of tlm west . half of Section Twenty-five <25) ;■ lie east hulf of the north* ast quarter of Hoetion Twenty-nix (2(i); un«l the itorth < half of the northu'*-i<( quarter <•!' tie northeast quart* r of .Sfctlon Tw*-ni \ - * seven (27); all in Township N'im (9) South, Range Slxty-iUr*-c (63) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, In El bert County. Colorado; that the heirs at law of said Theresia Fisher were, and are, said Georg*- Eisner, deceased, her son. uml Ida Hoinlngcr and l.enn Fitzgibon, her daughters, both of Don -1 v« r, Colorado, and who subsequent to tin- death **f said Theresia Fisher, con veyed all their interest in said lands to said George Eisner, who was seized of the same at tin- time *>f his death; that the- heirs at law of said George Eisner, deceased, wen- and are. his wi dow. Ida Eisner, also known ns Ida E. Eisner of Denver. Colorado, and his children. t**-wit: George .1. Eisner, of Gooding. Idaho; Mary A. Williams, of Elbert. Colorado; Alexander .1. Eisner, of Kamuh, Colorado; Mina M. Eisner, of Denver. Colorado; Richard J. Eis ner andCnrl W. Eisner of Elbert, Colorado; Anna »T. Eisner of Denver, Colorado; Francis It. Eisner of Denver. Colorado; and Idu C. Eisner of Denver, Colorado. Now. therefore, notice Is hereby given that said District Court has fix*-*! the first day of June, A. I». 1920. ns the day for the hearing on said petition, at the District Court mom nt th<- Court House at Kinwn. Elbert County. Stut<- of Colorado; that at sui-h tlm*-, or on ( any date to which said Inuring may * be continued, the Court will hear said * petition und determine who were, and nr*-, the l»«-irs at law of said Theresia Fisher. deeo.-i>. d. and of said George ] Eisner, deceased; und their respective * Interests In said lands and tenements: , anil that at. *»i before- the tlnu* herein fixed, any per.-on may appear and an- . j sWei said petition und ass* i t any In-J terest he ioM\ have in said lands and ( teneim-nts, and ut .-aid lieu rim:' present I < his proofs. I J Witness tlo- Clerk **r snhl District Court, with tlo- s*al thereof affixed, , this Ist day of April. A. I*. 1920. (Seal.) F. S. TI ENKR. 1 Clerk of the District Court In und for Raid Elbert County, State of ( Colorado. | J. R. Ailphin. Attorney. Denver Colo. . First publication April 9. 1920. 1 Igtst publication May 7, 1920. BIG SPRINGS. H. A. Roehling went to Denver' on business two weeks ago, after being there a few days, he got sick. Mrs. H. A. went up to Denver a . week ago. they both returned to El- • bert on Saturday. Frank and James Gabardi were in Elbert on Saturday. ‘Three farmers from Nebraska ar rived here 1n Elbert on Saturday to look at some of our Elbert County land. We hope that they will find what; they want. There has been no mail from El bert to Fond is for over a week. We hope that our mail service will bo regular again in the near future. All indications point towards a bumper crop for 1920. ROCK BUTTE. A. G. Cornforth and wife were in Elizabeth a couple of days on ac count of the snow blockade. (They were returning from a trip to Love land, when the storm came. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gleuson arrived here Friday, having been stomed in in Denver since the Friday before. They went to Denver to meet a sister and nephew of Mrs. Gleuson’s. Miss Ruth Hart spent a couple days with home folks, returning to Denver Tuesday. Mrs. R. V. Witter left Monday for low jr The Dr| accompanied her ns far as Denver. The younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers was injured by a horse falling with him. last week. A stranger family moved onto the Fallon ranch this week. E. C. Jones and family are spend ing the week In Denver. The bank has a new stenographer and the telephone exchange has a tew helper in the person of Miss Louise Johns of Elbert. Mrs. Taafe is visiting her son it the A1 Reynolds ranch. ENCOURAGES LAW BREAKING. In commenting on unautorized strike of switchmen in the United States, Samuel Gompers, president A. P. of L., says; “Remember there is no strike, Congress has prohibi ted strikes on the railroads but, of course there is no law to prevent individuals quiting their jobs if they choose to do so.” This is a plain statement from the head of the American Federation of Labor that! train employes are under no obligation, whatever, to respect the laws of the United States. It is such statements as this that breed anarchy and revo lution. It is such statements ns this that encourage unauthorized strikes such as the switchmen inau gurated. This is a poor example for Mr. Gompers to set to tens of thousands of workmen in this country who need training in the principles of law and order and the protection this government affords them, in stead of further advise and urge to overthrow the very system of gov ernment which secures to them the i privileges of life, liberty and the s pursuit of hnppiness. With o.d- | vise such as Mr. Gompers gives, the « wonder is that labor troubles 1n this ; country are not worse than they s are. J £ MATER, President J AS. RINGOLD, Director A. B MAYER. CM.. » ' REII - LY ' Dl '" U ' r the eiberl County Bank ELBERT; COLORADO Incorporated State Bank Cash Capital $25,000 Examined Regularly by the State Bank Commission Make your credit good by doing your banking business with the c.dest established banking institution in Elbert county. An exclusively banking business conducted. FIREPROOF VAULT. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXE FOR RENT John Deere TRACTOR PLOWS They Make a Special Plow for Fordson Tractors. Beams Guaranteed Not to Bend or Break. The Only Plow With Such a Guarantee. Get a No. 999 John Deere Corn Planter and Get the Best Planter on the Market. Oxy-acetylene Welding. Blacksmithing ROY WHEELER, Elbert, Colorado Loi>, and Useful Life **Z” Engine endurance is proverbial—it’s a lifetime engine. That’s because every part liable to wear is case hardened. Push rod rollers valve stems and cams contact parts throughout arc made immensely hard by heat treating. t They will not wear —nor will they break. ! The “Z” has an extra large crankshaft. Not one has ever broken. All “Z” bearings arc die cast and removable. Every “Z” part so carefully made that it is absolutely interchange able. Ample lubrication positive well-balanced, correct mechanical design—help make the “Z” the “lifetime” farm engine. On the job dependable—powerful— always. Other “Z” features arc: Runs on kerosene; coal oil, tops, as well as gasoline; built-in Bosch high tension oscillating magneto; more than rated power; every part intcrchange- I able; clean-cut, efficient design. , j Factory Price*: j i VAH.P $ 75.00 1 3 H.P 125.00 i 6 H. P 200.00 j FREIGHT EXTRA Larsen Bros. Garage j j CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC COUNTY ASSEMBLY. In compliance with the action of the Democratic County Central Com mute a Democratic County Assem bly of the County of Elbert Is here by called. Said assembly is to be held in the town of Matheson, Colorado, at 2 o’clock p. m., Thursday, May 6th, 1920, for the purpose of selection of twelve delegates and twelve al ternates to represent the said coun ty at the State Convention to be held in Denver on May 17th, 1920. for the purpose of selecting four delegates at large and two from each Congressional District to repre sent the State of Colorado at the Democratic National Convention to be held in San Francisco, June 28th, 1920, and any other matters that may come before the assembly. All Democratic men and women are earnestly requested to be present F. I). ARMSTRONG. Chairman. O. M. WHITE, Secretary. COUNTY ASSESSOR DIES. Mr. Fred Mcllhenney, at one time Assessor for this county, and and old poineer of the eastern part of Elbert County, passed away last Friday morning, at his home near River Bend. Acute indigestion attacked the aged gentleman as he was arising from tlie breakfast table. He sue cumbed Immediately. The pioneers of this county of Mr. Mcllhenney’s type are fast depar ting and we regret when are caused to make mention of tlie sad news that befall them; knowing that it is through their efforts and their hard ships that we live so happily. The Banner extends its heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family.rel atives and friends; and can only say that their great loss is a heavenly gain. LUTHERAN MISSION. Divine Service will be held Satur day, March 27, at 11 o’clock, in the Presbyterian church. Everybody in vited. W.Zimmerman, Pastor. DR. WOLFENBERGER DENTIST WILL BE IN Elizabeth Ist and 3d Mondays. Kiowa Ist and 3d Tuesdays. Elbert Ist and 3d Wednesdays. Of each month. RALPH E. FINNICUM Attorney and Counselor at Law COUNTY ATTORNEY of ELBERT COUNTY KIOWA COLO. HONEY LOANED On Heal Estate Security LEE RAHSEY NOTICE. In- Wolfonberger will be In Elizabeth Monday. May 2. Elbert Wednesday May 6. and will run again on regular advertised sche dule.