Thanks Eddie and Patricia. Patricia, you found my guy. Hungarian. Not sure why I didn't think about World War I Draft Registrations. He's still not in other records. I've been tracking when different ethnicities get mentioned in the local paper. For example, for a time, if an Italian-American died, they didn't make it in the paper; for a time, if a Mexican-American died, they weren't in the paper. It's interesting to see when that changed. But I can't imagine anyone having an Hungarian-American prejudice. (At any given time in my town's history, African-Americans made up a tiny percentage of the population, roughly .05% in many censuses--if there were more of them, they would presumably have been discriminated against too). Maybe he rented his farm. Interesting. There were only 10,144 people in the entire county back in 1910; 698 in Rifle, and that went down to 9304 in 1920 (885 in Rifle). So it surprised me that I couldn't find him. Anyway, he will now have a profile on Wikitree--and maybe some day I'll learn more about Lida.