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M A man livihg on a 'farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I hand ed him a bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and told him to use it freely and if not satistied after using it he need not pay a cent for it,” says C. P. Kayder, of of Pattona Mills. N. Y. A few days lat er he walked into the store as straight as a string and handed me a dollar say ing, 'give me another bottle of Chamber lain's Pain Balm. I want it in the house all the time for it cured me.’ ” For sale by all druggists. World Wide Reputation. White’s Cream Vermifuge has achived a world wide reputation as being the best of all worm destroyers, and for its tonic influence on weak and unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach, improves their digestion, and assimilation of food, strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health, vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to child hood. 25c at I.H. Myers. A Prominent Lawyer Of Greenville, Ills., Mr. C. E. Coon, writes: “I have been troubled with bil iousness, sick heudnche, sour stomach, constipation, etc., for several years. I sought long nnd tried many remedies, but was disappointed until 1 tried your Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin. I can cheerfully recommend it to any suffer ing from above complaints.” At the Up-to date Drug Co. Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Stillwater, Winn., after having spent over $2,1)00 with the best doctors for stomach troub le, without relief, was advised by his druggist, Mr. Alex. Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a well man today. If troubled with indigestion, bad tast in the mouth, lack of appetite or constipation, give the Tablets a trial, and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result. For sule at 25 cents per box by ull druggists. For Those who Live on Farms. Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ills., writes: “I have used Ballard’s Snow Liniment; always recommend it to my friends, as I am contident there is no better made. It is a dandy for burns.” Those who live on farms are especially liabe to many accidental cuts, burns and bruis es. which heal rupidly when Ballard’s Snow Liniment is applied. It should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency, ~sc, 50c and $l.OO at I, H. Myers. Mark Twain says: “It is not always easy to stand prosperity —another man's I mean.” It is still harder to see your friends and neighbors rejoicing in good health, while you don’t even dure to eat boiled cabbage. Tuke Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin. Keep your stomuch and bowels in order. Eat what you like and envy no one. Sold by the Up-to Date Drug Co. Too Great a Risk. In almost every neighborhood pome one has died from an attack of colic or cholerr morbus, often before medicine oould be procured or a physician sum moned. A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at band. The risk is too great for anyone to take. Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine in use. It can always be de pended upon. For sale by all druggists. Btruok Oil. A luck strike was made by the physi cian in Illinois who discovered the form ula of Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin lucky for all sufferers from dyspepsia, constipation, stomach and bowel troub les. Up-to-Date Drug Co. Bpring Aliments. There is an aohing and tired feeling; the liver, bowels and kidneys become sluggish and inactive, the digestion im- E aired, with little or no appetite, no am ition for anything, and a feeling that the whole body and mind needs toning up. The trouble is that during winter, there has been an accumulation of waste matter in the system. Herbine will remove it, secure to the secretions a right exit, and by its tonic effect, fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in plaoe of weakness. 50c at I. H. Myers. Cures When Doctors Fell. Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La., writes June Bth, 1901: “I had malaria fever in very bad form, was under treat ment by doctors, but as soon as I btoped taking their medicine the fever would return. I used a sample bittle of Her bine, found it helped me. Then bought two bottles which completely cured me. I feel grateful to you for furnishing such a splendid medicine, and can hon estly recommend it to those suffering from malaria, as it will surely cure them. Herbine, 50c at I. H. Myers. The Octopus. One tentacle griping the stomach, an other tickling the heart, a third fumb ling around ths liver, tightening their hold every hour—dyspepsia is the mon ster that does all this and worse. Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin will make it let go mighty quick. tl 12 500 for m Prescription. The largest sum ever paid for a pre scription, chunged hands in San Fran cisco, Aug. 30, 1901. The transfer in volved in coin and stock $112,500.00 and was paid by a party of business men for a specific for Bright’s Disease and Dia betes, hitherto incurable diseases. They commenced the serious gation of the specific Nov, 15, 1900. They interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by putting over three dozen cases on the treatment and watching them. They also got phy sicians to name chronic, incurable cuses, and administered it with the physicians for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test cases were either well or progressing favorably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. The proceedings of the investigating committee nnd the clinical reports of the test cases were published and will be mailed free on ap plication. Address John J. Fulton company, 420 Montgomery St. San Fran cisco, Cal. A Texas Irrigated Farm, offer for sale a well improyed farm of 1,000 acres; GOO acres under irrigation; 1,000 acres in pasture; plenty of timber; good grass. Watered by artesian wells; large storage reservoirs; water to waste. No water rights or rentals. Six dwelling houses: large barns; good fencing. With in 1W miles of county seat town in most populous part of the state. Land in cultivation is river valley land and fre quently makes 45 bushels of wheat with out irrigation. Best markets in U. S. Price $32,000. For particulars address ANDERSON & BEAN, fL®i* A Worn fl/ Is to possess beautiful fe 7 accomplished. FLAT Ol V I DOUBLE CHIN and al ™-- • ' corrected by up-to-datt WARTS, BIRTH MARI LIVER SPOTS, SUPERF And permanently removed by our systemati CONSULTATION and strictest privacy assure* C/>e Austin Institu 310 QUINCY BUILD I Commissioners Proceedings. Lamar, Colo., A|>r. «J, 1503. Office of tin* Board of County Commissiouei ► Prowors County Colo. Hoard Hint in regular monthly session. all members present. Approved montlily re|»ort t>f W. 11. lllokut, nversoer of road district No. 6. for month >.i April and drew warrant a against aald road dis trict aa foliowa: W II HloMor 49 75 A O Wright IS 5 L U Barnard 3.0 Win Key her • 1 0 On motion the following claima were allowed and warrants ordered drawn of the ordinary county revenue fund iu favor of the following persona: Lamar Elec Co l.igtita for Apr 4 20 Geo It Minuter, hold teachers earn 10 ta> Geo 11 Merrill pub com proed etc 20 1 A F Hilderback holding teacher* exm 10 Oi J P Lay juror diet court and mileago H •> J P Jeiiuer “ " 10 25 Fll Prleud ** " 765 IIC Davis M “ 10(6 A Jacaway " " < o<' M 8 Bragg “ ** «« L C liaruard “ " ,H B M Mosra •• ** 7 75 D II Dickaaon, witneaa " 5 20 (i M MrManuuu " ** 6MI Claude Dow " " ,l 3’' Edward Kberle " 7 50 P A Eborle “ ** « 80 Frank Leslie ** *' 5 2o Allowed the following claima and warrant a were ordereil drawu aguiuat the poor fund for amounta: Leslie A Sou, supplies for Mrs Jonea aud children 4 2' M P Dickinson, gro for Mrs Jonea A fain Pi I" .1 P Curry, transportation of poor 5 10 Approved mouthly report of Prank Ituicher. overseer of road diet No 2 for Apr ami drew warrant against saiil road district as follows Prank S Butcher 47 0 Fannie Stubbs 4 5u M Arnold 12 «» Nelse Eiuberger 9 (.0 On motion the fidlowing claima were allowed and warrants ordered drawn on ordinary coun ty revenue fund iu payment. A W Mcllendrie. stenographer iliat court 50 (at K K Boss, district atty wi ( 0 11 II McDowell water com No Hi 22 .*>o 8 W Creasy •* ' 17 30141 J W Bowman •• “ 17 M »•» J K Gordon juror diet court and mileage II 2.> (1 P. Dyksterhuis " 11 25 C C Ooodale defending Baron 25 do (’has W Luck dist cl »rk 11l HI J F Curry cash adv for stamps etc _» 36 J F Curry coclk serv for Apr 70 00 (Iso T Feast j p people va itoauchuuip 2 30 *• iieople vs Keller 3 Ho “ people vs Miller 8 HI J H Friable serv con people va Keller H 75 “ ** people vs Miller H 75 E M Stewart repairing wull at co jail 2 do The claim of J F Curry co clerk for cash ad vanced for car lumbar was on motion allowed aud warrant was ordered drawn against the general road fund for amount $163.32. On motion Board adjourned to meet May 6 Attest J. P'. Cpkrt, Clk. Lamar, Colo., May fl. 1903. Olllco of Board of County Commissioners of ProworsCounty, Colo. Board mot pursuant to adjournment, all members present. Approved monthly report of J W Bryce over seer of road district No 1 for mouth of April and warrants ordered drawn against said road district as follows: J W Bryce M 50 Oscar Vincent 16 00 Approved mouthly report of W I* James of road district No 4 for April ami drew warrants against said road district as follows: W F James 53 00 Harry Damson 24 00 Grant Dakes 9 00 Approved monthly report of H C Murphy overseer of road dist Nod for month of Apnl and drew warrants against said road district as follows: H C Murphy 62 50 Robert Weekly 9 75 Allowed clnims and drew warrants on special contingent fund as follows : A F Miller removing carcass from highway 1 60 John P'ewkes H days, sheriffs posse 24 00 C W Jones ** " 24 W> J R Smith " ** 24 00 Allowed clnims and drew warrants on the poor fund to pay same ns follows : \V G Hale careiug for Mr. Howell 20 00 Herbert Wheeler caring for poor 30 00 Allowed claima and drew warrants on ordiu* ary county revenue fund aa follows: Aaron Vandernool, witness dis court 7 55 Kenneth Southerland ** 580 Andrew Jorgesou " —7 65 Joliu Chaplin *' 8 70 8 O Fry juror dist court 8 60 W A Morrill service dist atty 10 Ml On motion the Board Adjourned to meet at 1 p. m. Lamar. Colo., May. 6. 1903. Board met pursuant to adjournment, all inembora present. Allowed claima and drew warrants against ordinary county fund as follows: F M Tate, fees for April 238 40 G B Wick wator com 42 86 M 8 Davidson juror dist court ami mileage 8 60 Allowed claim of John Pettic.uw for hoard and feed for sheriffs ik»*so and drow wnrrant on special contingent fund to pay same $39.00. On motion claims were allowed and warrants drawn on ordinary fuud aa follows : J K Stevenson 12 01 W F McPherson 15 CO Joel Knowlen 14 20 On motion Board adjourned to meet May 7 to check up the annual statement of Co Troas. Attest: J. F. Cubby, Clerk. Lamar Colo, May 7,11*03. Board met pursuant to adjournment, present W. F. McPherson, Joel Knowlen, absent Stev enson, iu absence of Stevenson. W F McPher son acted as chaUinau, and proceeded to check up yearly statement of Co. Treas., ami after chocking up carefully found same correct and drew warrants as follows: W W Reynolds foes for past 12 inos com mencing May I, 1902 and ending Apr 30. 1903 1763 70 J II Frisbio bailiff co court 12 50 On motion Board adjouruod to meet Juuo Ist 1903. Attost: J. F. Ci'kkv, Clerk. STATE OF COLORADO. / County ok Pkoweuh ) I. J. F. Curry, county clork in and for the coun ty and statu aforesaid do hereby certify that the abovn is true copy of the proceedings of tho Board of county commissioners of said county for the month of May as re iiiired by law. In testimony. Whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand and atlixed my official seal this 7th day of May A. D. 1903. J. F. Cubby, ( —w»—n ) County Clerk. < seal > and Ex-officio Clerk of tho Board ( ) of County Commissioners of Prow ers county, Colorado. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In tub m atteb ok tiik estate ok Willis But- LEB DECEASED. Notice is hereby given, that on Saturday the 20th day of Juno, A. D. 1903. being ouo of tho regulur days of the June term of the Coun ty Court of Prowors County, in the State of Colorado, I Mattio L. Butler, administratrix of said oatate will appeur before the Judge of said Court, present my tlnal settlement as such ad raiuistratrix, pray tho approval of thj same, ami will then apply to be discharged as such administratrix. At which time and place any liersou iu interest may appear and prosent ob oct ions to tho same, if any there be. Dated at Lamar. Colorado, May 18. 1903. MATTIE L. BUTLER, Administratrix of tho estate of Willis Bntlor, deceased. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Okkicb at Lamar, Colo. ) April. 20. 1903. f Notice is hereby given that tho following:nain ed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in supi>ort of his claim, and that said proof will Im> made before the Regist er and Receiver at Laniitr. Colo., on Friday, May 29th. 1903, viz: Hoinor Atkinson, 11. E. No. 4674 for tho no H of sec 19 twp 22 s rng 49 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence u|H»n ami cultivation of. said laud, viz : Al Wilson, D. J. Brown, John Beckman and Thomas Lee, all of Caddna, Colo. a22m27 John A. Williams, Register. TIMBER CULTURE FINAL PROOF-NOTCH FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Land Okkicb Lamab, Colo. I May 14. 1903. f Notice is hereby givon that Emma Schrock widow of Henry T. Schrock. deceased, lias filed notice of intention to make Hi mil proof before the Register and Receiver at their office iu Lamar, Colorado, ou Thursday tho 25th day of June, 1903, ou timber culture applica tion No. 4818, for tho seM of section No. 26, in township No. 23 s, range No. 48 w. She names as witnesses: James Guy. John Guy, Charles Taylor anil D. C. Marker, all La mar, Colorado. n>2oj24 John A. Williams. Register. lan’s Ambition features and a perfect complexion. This Is easily JR ILL-SHAPED NOSE, PROTRUDING EARS, all deformities or irregularities of the features te plastic methods. WRINKLES, MOLES, *KS. POCK .MARKS, PIMPLES, F RECKLES, tFLUOUS HAIR and all facial blemishes quickly tic, scientific treatment. NO CHARGE FOR ed. Write personally to ite of Dermatology [NO. DENVER. COLO. , I ' 1 NOTICE OF UUARDIAN’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. STATE OF COLORADO, I In the District County of Prowerh. j Court. In the matter of tho ostnto of i Helen R. Him.. Harold li. Hum. I Florence L. Him. andCnnisTiNE i R. Hum.. Minoru. > Notice in hereby xiven that on Monday, tho 25tli day of May. A. 1). 1963. at the hour of HI o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the front door of tho county courthouse in the town of Lamar, in the county of Prowers, in tho State of Colorado, mirsii int to the order of tho Dis trict Court of Prowen* county, Colorado, made and entered on, to*wlt: the 23 rd day of A|>ril. \. I) 1903, Frank M. Tate. Sheriff of Prowers County,Colorado, on hehalfof myself, Margaret I'. Hiill.a- k-iinrdian of l he estate of Helen R. Hull Harold It. litill, Florence L. Hull mid Christine 11. Hull. ininorH, will sell at inihlic auction all of the interest of the said Helen R. Hull. Hnrnld It. Hull. Florence L. Hull and Christine R. Hull, minors, in ami to the following described real estate situate, lyinx and beinx in the count) of Prowers, in the State of Colorado, to-wit: an undivided four-sixteenths interest in and to i tie following iloscribed lots in the town of La mar, in said Prowers county, Colorado, to-wit: lot three (l>), in block (17). lot tlireo(S), in hloctf eixhteen !IH|, anil lots throe (3J, four (1) am™ live (»), in block forty-four (41), in said town of Lamar. Each of the said minors owuinx an tin divided oue-sixteeuth interest in all of the said lots. Tho terms of the said sale will he for easli and tlie interest of each of the said minor children will he sold for not less than fifty 11.V1.00l dol lars. or not less than two-hundred (#-*00.00) dol lar* fur the interests of nil of the said minors. Dated at Lamar, Colorado, April -3rd, A. D. 1003. Miroahkt E. Ill'Ll., Unardian of thoestnte of Helen R. Hull. Harold It. Hull. Flornnco L, bull and Christine R. Hull, minors. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION, U. S. Land Office, Lamar, Colo. ) April 23. 1003. J NOTICE is hereby Riven that tho following* named settlor has tiled notice of his intoii , lion to make liual proof in support of his claim anil that said proof will he made before the Hexister and Receiver at Lamnr. Colo., on Thursday Juno 4. UK)3, viz: Charles H. Korn mau, 11. E, No, 4693, for tho swU of sec 8, twp 22 s. rnx 411 w. He names tho followiux witnesses to prove his continu«>us residence ti|H>n and cultivation of. said land, viz : Otho E. AA'rixht, J. M. AVrixht, Frank Lay and , \\\ S. Strain, all of Lamnr. Colorado. u2t»j3 John A. Williams, Rexister. i NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE ' STATE LANDS. Office of State Hoard of Land Com. ? Denver. Colo . May IM. 1903. ( Notice is hereby xivou that J. O.Stream whose ■Histollice address is Lamnr, Colo., on May is, 1903, made application No. 3489 to the State Hoard of Lan«l Commissioners to lease tho fol , lowiux described Ind. School Lands, situate in Prowers County. Colorado, to-wit: Lots 7 and ! 10. Section 1, Township 21 South, Rauxe 47 1 West. . No other application to lease the nbovo ilo scnbod premises or objections axninst the above application wili be considered after tho last publication hereof. Date of last publication Juno 10. 1903. Mark!!. Woodruff, Rex. Stnto Hoard Lnnd Com. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Lamar, Colo, i April 20. 1903. j Notice is hereby xiven that tlio followiiiß-nain ed settlor lias Hied notice of his intention to r make Ilnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will ho made before the Rexist r er and Receiver at Lamar, Colo., on Wednesday f June lOt h. 1903, viz: James Stephenson. H. h. I No. 4689. for the set* :>f sec 6 twp 21 s rnx 46 w. He names t)v- followiux witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation ) of. said land, viz : Ira Swadley, Enoch P. Thurston. Henry Fur . bee and Jno. O. Stream, all of Lamar, Colo. a22m27 John A. Williams. Resistor. C, D, Baldwin I Auctioneer and I Sale Agent... I mmmmmmaa—a—mmm—mM AT PRIVATE SALE: | 1 Two fine Jacks, 1 Work horses. Driving horses. I Good milch cows. I If you have anything for I sale, list it with me I 1 I | Will conduct sales in any ■' i jj part of Prowers and Bent I [ I counties. Address C. D. I I Baldwin, Lamar, Colorado I I J A. T. & S. F.Time Card. Daily, Lamar, Colorado Daily. Wbbtßouno. Kaht Hound. io. 1 202a. ni No. 2 12 01 a. m. <io. 9 1 II a. in. No. 8 308 a. m. No. 7 5 2:: «• m. No. 8 1 25 p. m. to. 88-Frt 0 50a.ni. No. 84-Frt 12 25 p. m. No. 1 ia California express and makes local stops ixitwnnii Lamar and La Junta. No. 5 ia Denver express, stops on tlag at Laa Amman. Carrion froo cliair car and Pullmans. No. 7 ia tho Mexico ami Califori.ia extirsss. No. lAiud No. 7 both carry touriat and Pullman sleepers. No. 7 conuocta at LaJunta for Puoblo ( (dorado Spring ami Douvor. Train No. 83 runs to La Junta and will accom modato passenger* for intormodiate point*. No. 2 is through California oxproaa and cou necta at La Junta witli a traiufrom Denver car rioa passenger through to Chicago without change. Has Pullman and touriat nloopora. No. 8 is Denver exi.ress and riins through to Chicago without cliango. Carrion froo chair car and Pullman sleeper. No. 8 ia local passenger and makoa all atopn. tarries chair car and Pullman aloepor. Hunt through to Chicago witiiout chango of earn. Imiuirioa aolicitod and promptly and choor fully anawnred. Descriptive literaturo and time tahloa folders froo by applying to G. J. Gabvin. Agen.t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office ar Lamar. Colo. ) April 20. 1903. ( Morico is hereby given that tin* following-nam ed bottler ban tiled noticoof l»ia intention to make (Inal proof in support of hia claim, and tliat aaid proof will bo made before tho Register and Receiver nt Lamar,('olorado, on Ihurnday. May 2-th, 1903, viz: JamcnJ. Ingram 11. E. No. 4Kill, for the e 1 jnw k and wX *o‘ 4 hoc 28 twp 22 a rngl3 w. He namuh the following witnesses to prove hiit continuoua renidence Upon and cultivation of. Maid land, viz: J. C. Horn, Charlne Thoinan, llemhel Horn and Harry Keener, all of- Lamar, Colo. n22m27 John A. Williams, Regintor. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. 8. Lank Office, Lamar, Coi,o. / .May. 4 1903. 1 Uotico in hereby given that the followiug-nam- H od settler lias tiled notice of hie intention to make tlnal proof in mipport of hia claim, and that said proof will let made before the Kegis ter and Receiver at Lamar, ('olorado., on Thursday, Juno 11. 1903, viz: Stephen A. Hall. H. E. No. 5045, for the self,sec 25, twp 22 a, rug 4'* w. He nainoH the following witnomtoM to prove hia continuous reeidence upon and cultivation of, said laud, viz: J. (2. Horn, John I>. ('ahull, Charles Thomaa anil Charlea Johniton, all of Lamar, Colo. niSjlO John A. Williams, Uegiater. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FREDERICK H. Harvey, deceased. Notice ia hereby given, that on Monday, the eighth day of Juno. A. I)., 1903, being one of the regular ilaya of the June term of tho County r Court of Prowera County, in tho State of Colo rado, we. liarhara S. Harvey, Ford F. Harvey and David Houjamm, Executors of aaid eatate, will api>ear before tho Judge of aaid Court, proaent our final settlement aa such Executors, pray tho approval of the same, ami will then apply to be discharged as sucli Executors. At which time and place any person in interest may appear and present object ions to the same if any there lie. Dated ut Lamar. Colorado, May 6, 1903, BARBARA S. HARVEY FORI) F. HARVEY DAVID BENJAMIN Executors of the Estate of Frede rick 11. Harvey, d("ceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the mattes of the estatrof James Gra ham. dbceahf.p. Uotico ia horoby given, that on Monday, the N eighth day of June A. D., 1903, being one of the regular daya of the June term of the Coun ty Court of Prowera County, in the State of Colorado, 1, Granby Hillyor, Administrator wit h I will annexed of aaid estate, will itp|>ear before | the Judge of aaid Court, present my final set tlement aa such Administrator pray the approv al of the same. and will then apply to be dis charged aa such Administrator. At which time ami place auy person in interest may appear ami present objections to the same if any there bo. Dated at Lamar, ( 'olorado. May 8, 1903. GRANBY HILLYER. Administrator, witli will an nexed, of tbo Eatatoof James Graham,deceased NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, ) Lamar, Colo., May 18, 1903. J NOTICE is hereby giveu that the following named settlor has tiled notice of hor inten tion to make tlnal proof in aup|>ort of hor claim, and that aaid proof will be made before the Rog ateraiid Receiver at Lamar, Colorado, on Tuoa day. June 30, 1903, viz: Margaret A. MoMillin, H. E. No. 4598. for the nX so 1 * »ec 3. aw nw and nw aw li sec 2, twp 23a, rug 45 w. She nemos the following witnesses to prove tier continuous residence upon and cultivation of. aaid land, viz; Geo. E. Case, C. H. Frybarger, Goo. N. Mc- Mannon, of Carlton, Colo., and Charles Max well. of Lanmr. Colo. in2oj24 John A. Williams. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Lamar, Colo. 1 April 9. 1903, w J VFOTICK ia hereby given that the follow ing- AN named settler has tiled notico of liih inten tion to make tlnal proof in support of hia claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register or Receiver at Lamar, Colorado on Thursday, May 21. 1903, viz: Jourgen B. Peter > sen, H. K. No. 4847, for tho nw l 4 sec 29. twp 22 S mg 43 W. He names the following witness to prove hia continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, yiz: J.C. Horn, 11. G. Fulkerson, Charles Love lady and B. T MeClavo, all of Lamar, Colo, al.Vm2o John A. Williams, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Lamar. Colo., ) April 11. 1903. ( Notice ia hereby given that tbo following named settler baa tiled notice of his inten tion to inako tlnal proof in support of hia claim and that said proof will bn niado bofore the Register and Receivor at Lamar. Colo., on Thursday, May 21st. 1903, viz: John H. Down ing, H. E. No. 4881, for tho ewX sec 13 twp 22 a. rng 49 w. Ho names tho following witnesses to prove liia continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: K. A. McKihbnn, W. 8. Young, Jacob Chism, aud W. 11. Guy. all of Lamar, Colo. a15m20 John A. Williams, Register, There’s no Belter Service Than that via the From Kansas City, Saint Louis aud Memphis to points in the South, South east and Southwest. Hie Southeastern Limited Leaving Kansas City at 6:30 P. M. daily, will take you to Springfield, Mem phis Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonville aud all points in the Southeast, j For detailed information apply to G. W. MARTIN GENERAL WESTERN AGENT 1106. ITth St. DENVER. COLO. TIMBER CULTURE. FINAL PROOF. NO TICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. S. Land Office Lamar Colo. ( April 13. 1003. $ Notice iii hereby id von that Blitz (I. Kenny lihh tiled notice of intoution to innke final proof before tlio Hi-kUUt A Receiver at hia ollice at. Laniar. Colorado, on Thursday tin* 21nt day of Muy. 11*03. on t imber culture applica tion No. 407.*, for lota I A I. of Sec No. If*, in Township No. 22 S.Kinf No. 49 \V. lie nainea aa witnesses: K. P. Tliuraton. Cliarlea Crawford. Ira Swadley anil William Ilnrper. all of Lainnr. Colo. air>-ni2o .John A. Williams. Rouiator. North Side Barber Shop All work first-class. Good bath outfit in connection. H. BON DURANT, Prop, First Door North of Depot THORNE & MERRILL LAWYERS Second Floor Foley-Bent Block Lamar, Colorado GRANBY HILLYER Utorney and Counselor at Law Lamar, Colorado. * Second Floor Coodale Building. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Lamar, Colorado. Office in Bent Blk.. East Main St. JOHN O. HORN -S.ttor2a.e3r- a.t-Xja.'szr Ollice in Land Ollice Bldg. LAMAR - - - COLORADO THE GREAT PLAINS SANITARIUM 2d Floor Blodirett Bulldlns Will receive a limited number of uied ical, surgical, gynecological and obstetrical cases. OR. FEWKES Suot. J. S. HASTY, M. JD, —Ollice — On Second Floor of the Good ale Block. AMAH. COLORADO DR. 6. S. WILSON DEITTIST Offices in east rooms on second floor of Irwin Building J. H. HARDY, OSTEOPATH Ollice in N. E. Corner Union Hotel. Hours 9to 12 a. m. and Ito t) p. m. (Iraduate A. T. Still School, Kirkvillo, Mo. Examination and consultation free. THE LAMAR HOUSE J. W. MACE, Prop. First-class accommodations for regu lar boarders and transcients. D. W. ROBINSON AUCTIONEER. Cries Sales in all parts of the county. Satisfaction given. Terms reasonable Lamar, Colorado. When in need of TREE, VINE or SHRUB which is in Quality, Variety add Price, see or write to T. O. Lamar, Colo. OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOI M. L. CONWELL, Prop EAST MAIN STREET. PEPSO QUININE For Colds and La Grippe CONTAINS NO CALOMEL. Boyd’s Up-to-date Drugstore One Minute Cough Cure For Cough,, Cold, and Croup. DeWltt’s XS& Salve For Pile,, Burn,, Sort*. SMITH & THOMPSON* REAL ESTATE AGENTS We have a Belect liat of choice bargains in Farm, ltaiich anil City Property which it will pay all who desire to hay homes or make investmeuts to investigate. See our # list before buying. LAMAR COLORADO Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc We carry the largest stock in our line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. ( D. L. SILVER exclusive dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries keeps constantly on hand the best and finest of everything in the Grocery line. A. EVERETT * C 9 DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables Fresh and Salt Meats Mo Accounts Will Be Allowed to Run over 30 Days The Smith Premier Typewriter Company, 1637 ehampa Street, Denver, Solo. THE TELEPHONE IS THE THING for your business and your home. It is a money maker in the store and a home maker in the home. Residences perd 7 r ;“ pward 5c Stores - per day, upward £ c Ranches Very Favorable rates I COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. NORTH SIDE GROCERY G. H. HUDDLESTON, Prop. Staple andPancy Groceries Butter and Eggs wanted. Prices and Goods are Rigfrt. We also have, charge of the City Scales FIRST DOOR NORTH OF NORTH SIDE HOTEL. B. B. Brown, Pres. A. N. Parrish, Vice Pres. W. C. Goold, Cashiu The First National Bank OF LAMAR. COLORADO, Capital $50,000 Surplus $lO,OO 7 DIRECTORS B. B. Brown. T. M. Brown, W. O. Goold. M. D. Thatohib, A. N, Pabriph.