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GARB OF THE MACEDONIANS.
Piet ur—qu* Bulgarian Costume Is Gen •rally Worn. In the hlKhl±&'iA of Macedonia the wrar the Bolivian eoctnnv*. Tie dren of tie women in cln-dee a thick white cotton sfeirt, over «rU(h wmra a rieere.e** eMt with L if* An apron of re»i ar./I black. K»y- r *jM ti,y.£i*a* of an or4lca.*r MCato la tier! orer a waistband, WhieS a worn to tie teeij hen-im* It la of i'.aeit platoM w,!. tia pfcait telajr two lachea wile and la from twenty to thirty zarda and wwa-l arv;a.d tie tail* It reaches from osder the arr.-» to the >f.i and to* <esf*r and thicker It 1* the greater fca tie appreciation. It la taxer. >sf wiec retina* to r«t Mit tana ar* fa&eral; won onder tie starred, for tie temperature n e&id to tie moontalnowe dhrtrlcta. I Soma wear and landaU made -«t of toe fcfda of oaen or horses Taetr r.alr la cct la a lonar frtngr and eases down crrer tie ears to the neck. Tie back hair la plaited In small p.a.-j Fallen or com ted hair la carefully gathered or woren Into certain lenaftia and tien tied on to maze ap tie !en<ti recrnired to reach tie waist If not wiSclent red wool la plaited Into It ao that an indfri-ina’. as 7 bare tilrty-alx to atxty smafl plaits, which at the bacz la tied Into the waistband and ornamented with coins. Hew Wolf Dofl Went to Church. To aaslat the mlssloaarlea working araoc.fr the Indiana is Dakota the La d.eW Aid Society of the First Baptist esnrcb on Staten Island asked the members of the congregation to %Ire clothes for the Island gift fx/x. When the box arrived In Dakota the mie slonarles were surprlsed to find a blue and yellow striped bathing salt among the many conventional garments, and they decided to put it sa7‘ 7 away In some dark comer. But the keen eyes of Wolf Dog spied the bright yellow and with a wild whoop be grabbed the abbreviated oortnme from among the dark winter clothes. "Me wear it." he said gleefully and to keep him quiet the gentle brothers coneented. When Handay came, many of the ladlans, soberly clad In substantial Staten Island clothes marched proud ly Into the little mission, but none entered with so elastic a step as Wolf Dog who danced up the aisle to the j front seat decked out In the yellow and blue bathing suit. The "Grass Widow.” "The origin of the term grass wld ss,‘ " said a philologist, "is puzzling. Some say it came from the French— that It was originally 'grace widow.' that is, widow by grace or courtesy. Others say It derives from the old Bngllsh custom of a man’s hanging eut a broom when bia wife was away ovrr night. To hang out the broom was a common phrase. When the thing was done the meaning was that the house bad been swept clear of the wife's presence, and the husband's friends were to visit him and do as they pleased. In time, Instead of hanging out n broom, the husband came to bang out only a bunch of grass. Thus be grew to be called a 'grass widower' and hla wife a 'grass widow.'" Train Girls for Domestic Service. Sorely tried housekeepers in New York and vicinity hope great things from a newly started movement for a servants' guild whose main object will be to thoroughly train acceptable girls for the duties of domestic service. Mrs. Kusseil Hage has bee:i especially prominent In the movement. In her view the chief trouble in keeping gf*>d servants lies usually with the mis tresses, who are Inclined to he incon siderate slave-drivers. The title of the new organization In to be the Women's Domestic guild. Janauschek Not the Model. A writer In the Frankfurter Zeltung asserts that Mme. Janausrhek did not, as Is almost universally believed, serve as model for the famous picture on the Frankfurt thaler. The mint war den, August Von Nordhelm, always declared that the portrait was a pure creation of bis Imagination. He often spoke of the Irrepressible JapsuMchek legend and said that besides that act ress thirteen other women lad been mentioned as having been the origin als of tha picture In question. Towser’s Gentle Voice. "Naomi.” he said, softly, *S he gazed at the moon above them, “Isn't the evening beautiful? Do you know, strange fancies throng my mind on a night like this. Kvery zephyr seemH to bear gentle voices, perhaps from the spirit world. Do you hear such voices?" Silence for a moment "I think I do, George." "What do they sound like to you?" "They are very Indistinct, but they make me think thnt papa and brothn • Henry are calling the dog.* - Writing Biography of Putnam. James Putnam Htewart of izigls ▼ille, a direct descendant of Gen. Ihiasio Putnam of revolutionary fame, has many relics of lilh distinguished ances try an«i Is busily engaged In wr'tlng out the lineage of the family. When Railways Were Rare. In lSfiO there was not one rjlle of railway In Wisconsin, Tennessee or Florida or anywhere west of the Mis sissippi river. Kvcn in 1870 half the area of the country was still without railways. One Popular Phase. A Chicago Ann has been enjoined from paying Its debts. The govern ment-by-lnjunctlon business may not be so had after all.—Kansas City Journal Gould Would Be Congressman. George J. Gould, the railway mag nate and millionaire, Is credited with a desire to go to con grass from the Naw jersey district In which his sum* Bar homo, I.akewood, la situated Remembers His Publisher. The will of Charles Godfrey Iceland (Hans nroitinanu), who died at Flor ence March 20, bequeaths ull the prof its from hla workß to his publisher. Philip Walby. WOES OF THE ICE MAH. Story That Exoitod Risibilities of the C mar. In spite of heavy crown on kingly orr/w. Lzar Nicholas 11., of Russia, Las allowed a oosdition In America to stir sis rlaloillUas. And our old mend the ire man la connected with the story While entertaining an American who is Interested In the railroad* of R«*- rla, aad having heard the United .dtates landed to heaven In all of its departments. Nicholas desired to know if there was not some condition in America so glaringly wrong that it needed correction. "Yes here Is an instance!” said the American frankly. "With the ap rroach of hot weather the American employer orders Ice for his “rater coo! *r The ice man at < In the morning illde* twentr-slx pounds of ice on the pavement. At % o'clock, after the ire has been exposed to the cun for two pours the office boy arrives and drop* the greatly diminished chunk into rLe cooler At i the employer comes In He sees an Insignificant crystal bob- Mcg In the water tank and bscoir.es wTatiy Calling hi* stenographer . - dictates a setter on the rapacity of » e treat, signs it ’Suffering Public.’ m? .- it to a newspaper and proceed* to make it hot for the Innocent ice mar.. "And that is what the ice man likes." laughingly rejoined the Czar Detroit Free Press DINNERS TO BUSINESS MEN. Heads of Departments Remembered in This Way by Employers. Twenty years ago the president of a big company the owner of a big buxines* or Industry, would as soon have thought of asking his subord! r.ate head* of departments to spend the summer at his country home a r of giving them a formal dinner one or twice a year Now the forms dinner giving practice is so com me that it is almost taken for granted The big corporations of the country give annual dinner* to bead* of de partments which cost thousands o! foliar* Rven mercantile firm*, smal In comparison, are in the habit oi meeting their chief employes aroun* the dining board. There are several reason* forth! | Interesting development. In the fir-’t place. Americans are learning to * " Joy the formal dinner, with Its e’ • urate menu, its wine and Its speech Then the capitalist has come n.' " and more to realize how much of h.r sixcess Is due to his beads of dep?r* nnti Oftentimes be gives them -r interest In the concern or corporation and Immediately they begin to w< ’ I for the concern as well a* the cor ' pany. Anything that will bind th' j ; clorer to the employer's Interests 1 , j not overlooked, and a dinner once S: a while 1* one of these. I Loved You So. f loved you so—l *u so young, yju *• ■■ Tl.er* lay no gull* between nay love me. I gave you all my spirit could b~*torr I di'i r ! stop to Ihlnk—l loved you so’ I loved you no— I was a helpless thing My h«. rt. a h arp responsive In ear siring Unto your touch, snd yet you did n know Nor understand then, that I loved you * I loved you sol My trembling lips we dumb. My g abject, pleading, overcome How could I voice the useless words t go To tell of loving when—l loved you »<> I loved you so. I could not smile, or My lips to breathe the passion lr. heart. I d*r*-.j not lift tn> eyes—their overfio Would then have told you that I lo.e« you sol I loved you so—snd now, la love w worth The years snd tears of sorrow since I birth? A thousand times agsln I'd undergo l»ve's crucifixion, for—l love you *o' —Annulet Andrews. In New Orlenr Times-Democrat. Brilliant Scheme Spoiled. Nathaniel Hawthorne once told to he felt when ho was called upon un pec ted I y to Kpeak at a dinner. "A ”0*0," he *ald, “I tapped upon my ir. and it sounded hollow. It was qr empty; there wa* nothing In It w! soever!" To prevent Htich dl*tr among hlx guests the proprietor <>. celebrated restaurant In Pari* w! made a specialty of wedding ten ■ ties, engaged a clever fellow, excelled in speaking, to propose • the toasts. Thu* the guests were f to enjoy the affair to the utmost out any of that nervousness w beset* most people who have to > at a banquet. But, unfortunate. > the success of this novel sc' e e "oratory by proxy," the talent • m' xtituto bejjan to get hilarious ?r Herb** ot festivities, and he had be dismissed. Nothing Like Method. Ther • are stories related * f sr very systematic men, and the foil ing, which is told an an actual f woald tike some beating. A me spedall t was very much In the 1 of utliiii a note book to assist memory and Insure precision, coarse of time It happened tha: aged father died. The worthy <' attended the obsequies as chief r 1 er with due solemnity. At the t he was observed to teke out his nr:’' book ani to carefully erase the won’* "Mem. Bury father.”—Scottish Arr 1 lean. Princess Willing to Work. Princess Serge Beloßolsky o’ Ru ria, a daughter of Gen. Whittier of tl United States army, has amazt everybody by announcing her Inte lion of going with her husband to i heria and living there quietly, r Ing for a living until they can I enough to return and pay their 1 The princess enjoys a high sta 1 .it tiie Russian court. j Children's Diseases in England. In England, while the number of cuses of scarlet fever per annum has remained practically stationary for the last forty years, the death rate Is only nbout one-eighth of what It was In the former period. Tables also show that diphtheria has increased, and thnt It now causes nearly twlco as many deaths ns scnrl t fever, while meiislos and whooping cough cause tnoru than twice many. THE DELINQUENT TAX LIST Continued from 3rd Page LIST OF UNKNOWN LOTS. ? X r ? • r r ;i =? i | 1 S*ir » 11 *• 3 s * if tLtSrm u <* I>/t S if 2 H I J |! ? ! r mkr-'sMm 4 M LuurWj 15 * . > 15 «* ,o, < a» - - is ■* . ' -» - - « ■» 4<. 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RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Ir.t?;- -/ rrtui * •upply for » y»-«r All droggiat* m-U tbem. Dr. A. W. Seabury, physician and suOffices on second floor of Irwin building, Ka»t Main street. When you »snt a pleasant purgative trj CharnU-rbun’e .Stomach and Liver Tablets. Tl arc easy to take and produce no nauia. griping ><x other dis agreeabit elfecL For sale- by all Drug, gisU. He Found a Cure IL 11. Forter, 31b S. ‘Jnd St., Salt Lake City, wriUr*; “I baiebeen bothered aitb dj spells or indigestion for 21 years, have tried many doctors without relief, but I have found a cure in Herbine. I r»-'-ommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that way, and i is curing them, too. 50c at I. H. Myers. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Digest* all classes of foodj tonee and K strengthen* the stomach and digestive j 1 organs. Cures dyspepsia, indigestion, 1 stomach trouble* and makes rich red blood, healtn and strength. Kodol Dys pepsia Cure rebuilds wornout tissue#, purities, strengthens and sweetens the stomach. Gov. G. W. Atkinson, of W. Va , aays: "I have used a number of bottlea of Kodol Dyapepaia Cure and have found it to be a very effective and i indeed a powerfnl remedy for stomach ailments, I recommend it to my friends.” For sale by Myers* Pharmacy. Be Quick. Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child beoomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, will prevent the attack. It never fails, and is pleas ant and safe to take. For sale bv all . druggists. Favorite Family Remedy. Frequently accident* occur in the household, which cause burns, cuts, eprains and bruise*; for use in such case*, Ballard’s Snow Liniment has for many y ears been the constant favorite family remedy. 25c, 50c and 81 at I. H. Myers. One Hundred Dollars a Box. Is the value 11. A. Tisdale, Summer ton, S. C. places on DeWitt* Witch Hazel Salve. lie suvs: “I had the pile* for 20 years. I tried many doctors and medi cines, but all failed except DeWitta* Witch Hazel Halve. It cured me.” It is a combination of the healing proper tie* of Witch Hazel with antiseptic* and emollient*; relieves and permanent ly cures blind, biesding, itching and pro truding piles. sore*, cuts, bruises, ecze ma, salt rheum and all skin diseases. Hold by Myers’ Pharmacy. CATARRH /c^Blku!\ | Um&pg v?) 4r*mr imL Ely’s Cream Balm Thl* Remedy ie a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, h<-uls, and protects the j diseased membrane. It euros Catarrh and 1 drives uway a Cold in the Head quickly, i Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. [ Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. « Applied'into tha nostrils and absorbed. J Dirge Size, 50 cents at Druggists or by I ' moil; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. I * ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warrsn BL, Nsw Y«*. Bilious Colic Prevented. Take a double dose of Chamberlain’b Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a* soon as the first indication of tbe disease appears and a threatened attack may be warded off. Hundreds of people use the remedy it this way with perrect buccees For sale by all druggists. Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy cough, oppressed, rattling, rasping and difficult breatning. Henry C. .Stearns. DruggisL Sbullsburg, Wisconsin, write* May 2U, 1901: “I have been selling Bal lard’s Horehound Hyrup for two years, and have never bad a prepatation that has given better satisfaction. I Dot ice that when I sell a bottle, they come back for more. I can honeetlv recommend it. 25c ,50c and 61 at I. H. Myers. The Lone Star State. Down in Texas at Yoakum, is a big dry goods firm of which Mr. J, H. Hal ler is the head. Mr. Haller on one of his tripe Last to buy goods said to a friend who was with him in the palace car, "Here take one of these Little Larly ' Risers upon retiring and you will be up early in the morning feeling good.” For the "dark brown” taste, headache and that logy feeling DeWitt’s Little Early Risers are tbe best pills to use. Bold by ' Myers’ Pharmacy. Head About to Burst from Severs Bilious Attack. "I had s severe bilious attack and felt 1 like my head was about to burst wnen I got hold of a free sample of Chamber lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. I took a dose of them after supper and the next day felt like a new man and have been feeling bappy ever since,” says Mr. S. W. Smith, of Juliff, Texas. For biliousness, stomach troubles and constipation these tablets have no equal. 25 cents. For sale by all druggists. Coughing Spell Caused Death. “Hsrry Duckweil, aged 25 years, chok ed to death early yesterday mourning at bis home in the preeeuce of his wife and child. He contracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little at tention to iL Yesterday morning he was seized with a fitof coughing which continued for some time. His wife sent for a physician but before be could ar rive, another ooughing spell came on and Duckweil died from suffocation. — 8L Louis Globa-Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901*” Ballard's Horehound Syrup would have pa ed him. 25c, 50c and SI.OO at I. H. Myers. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS. Orrics or the Btatb Boako or Lawd Com* MISSION SB* Deavnr, L'olo., Now 17, IftUH. NOTICE U hereby iriven that John Tweodie, whou* od<ir«M i* Lamar, Colora do, on November 16ih. IKK), made application No. 3NU to the State Hoard of Laud < ormni*- ■ionar* to Irate the following described Behind Land*, situate in Prower* County, Colorado, towit: The NE "aof NEK and Lot 1 in Section 16. Towuilop 22 aoutb. Range 47 went. No other application* to lease the above de neribed premia** or objection* agaiust tbe above application will be considered after De cember 22nd, IMS. Mark O. WooDserr, Kegiater .State Board Land Commlsaioner*. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Orrics at Lamas. Colo, i Oct. 31, IKK). J rTICE in hereby given that the following named nettler ha* fllod notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of hin claim, and that /aid proof will bo mad* before the Reg ister and Keceiver at Lamar, Colo., on Wednes day, Dec. ’■*>. Iftut, via: Marion W. Louden. 11. E. No. 47M. for thenw!4 of sec 21, twp 22 *, rng 4- w. Ho uames the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vie: 11. T. McClave, Charles Ludlow. JoeO'Donnel and Georg* Peterson, all of Lainar, Colo. UUHI23 John A. Williams, Register. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS. Orrics or The Stats Hoaho or Land Com ) Deuver, Colo., Nov. 10. 1903. ) Notice is hereby given that Dane A Bas sett whose poatotlice address is Chicago, 111., .ru November 9. 1903. made application No. 8H72 to the State Hoard of Land Com missioners to lease the following ilescrii>ed School Lands, aituate In Prowers County. Col orado, to-wit: All of Section 36, Township 26 south. Hange 44 west. No other applications to leaso the above described premises or objections agairmt the above application will be considered aftor De cember 11, lUUS. . MARK G. WOODRUFF. Hngiater State Board Land Com. 7 FW| A. T. & S. F.T .< C**o. 3»:.j La£*.*.Cv. (ado Dvl>. 7u:Bood. Ei»T Boor. <0.1 2 52 a. a N'u.l 12 01 a. b <o. S 1 11 a.B. No. 4 J » a. a So 7 5 a a. a. So. S U 25 p. a f«. 0 rn * *i a- - . S->. 54-Prt 12 2Sp-«t <a 1 i* Cal fonua as 1 teak— local ivv* M'.votcLtaar »vd LaJoau. So. 5 » D*e*i - i iur a: La» t- -A., i amc* fr-c ebair ear tsi P -.-liv S o ' -» Mmm ti: <. a+if or» ia ezpnaa. So. 1 asd No. 7 t»<u. carry v. and P.iLaie No. 7 eat LaJ for P-icOlc. Colorado svrtsg* ii l L»ra*»r. Trait So. ■* r-s» La Jsata as. 1 ».L aeeoa So. 2 i* Ckroa** 1 o~f .rc._a tad etror 1 s«ct* at La Joata vitb a :rau. fruai Dcorar car- ] rce* :-r-< ifu *.o « iT«f. vitboat! Ha» P:Lr.ta tsi %xin*i So- 4 i* I>»c»-r 'ipr-o* tc i rtc to Chicago *ULjct •-.» . tmet f:** euir car tad PoUrsai * ' So. * u .oea. >- a*. I ssit** all Mop*. a*ra et-tir ev aod .as •i-cv'**- iissr to < stcago «.'- it .._atrf- f ctry. la-'iiirica ►! til proopclx acd cL«cr fally a>»t»L I>*cnp'.:»* Ltcratsre asd t:sv table* f»J4-r* fra* br ttolr.tr to 6. J.GtBKI.i5B.t SUMMONS. STATE OF COLOE-tDO. . In the District CocxTT err Pkwzu. f Coots. Tub Cotcnu siru«» and L*j * > As*ociATlo>. a i or- 1 pormtioer. and T. J. Z*-*u-ana f ”**»*•■ -SUMMONS. WittM G. Gai. Ida W. Gal. i and Thctma* B>m>. * Defendants. J Ttie Ptfpplt of th* St at* of Colorado: To Warren G. Gay. Ida W. Gay. and Thomas Rood, tb* defeadant# above named. GREET j ING: 100 are bereby repaired to appear in an ac tion brought again- 1 you by above caart plaintiffs in ttie Diitnet i-oart of Prower* • County. State of Colorado, and answer tbe com plaint there in within twenty days after the service thereof, if served wjtbin this coaaty : or if served oat «f this County, or by publication, within thirty day* after the service hereof, ex clusive of tne day of service: or judgment by default wiL’ be talien against you according to th* prayer of tbe complaint. And if a copy of the complaint in the above entitled action be not served witb this saaußoa*. of it the service hereof be mad* oat of this State, then ten day* additional to the time hereinbefore specified for appearance and answer will be allowed be fore the taking of j adgment by default as afore said. The said action is broaght to recover a judg ment against the defendants. Warren G. Gay and Ida W. Gay. for the sum of 11/D.'l. togeth er with ibJ as attorney s fee* to be taxed a* cost*, and the costs of this suit. And for an order to sell ten 10 share* of th* capital stock of plaintiff Association, represent ed by certificate So. MB, Cln— **Loss Stock. " Also to obtain a decree of foreclosure upon lot four 4 > block two (2 Rouse's Subdivision of lot eleven >ll. Wood's Addition to Holley*. Prowers County. Colorado, under a deed of trust secaring tne above mentioned indebted-| And for the appointment of a receiver to take charge of the premise* described in -aid deed of trust and collect tbe rente ape the same during the pendency of this action and there- ' dempnon period allowed by law. a* will mb re fully appear from the complaint In said action to which reference is here made, a copy of • which is hereby attache-1. And yon are hereby notified that if yon fail to 1 and answer tbe sai 1 complaint as above j repaired, the said plaintiffs wul apply to the . Coart for the relief demanded. Given under my band this 25tb day of Sept. A. D.. 1903. J. S'OkMAN. Atty. for Plffs. SUMMONS. STATE OF COLORADO. / In the District C'ofNTT or PaowxKA. ) Court. Thb Colombia Savinob and Loan Abmx. iation. (a •'or- J poratio a/, and T. J. ZoL-f LAOS. Trustee. ' iruunvs Plaintiff*. /’SUMMONS n, i Hkkbekt E. Hlbii. 1 Defendant. / The People of the State of Colorado: To Herbert E. Hush, the defendant above . named GREETING: You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by tbe above named plaintiffs in the district court of Prower* coun- j ty, stab: or Colorado, and answer the com plaint therein wltulu twenty days after the service hereof. If served within this county; or, If served out of this county, or by publica tion, within thirty days after tbe service here of, exclusive of the day of service; or Judg ment by default will be taken again- 1 you ac cording to tbe prayer of the complaint. And if a copy of the complaint In the above entit led action be not served witb thi summons, or If the service hereof be made out of this state, then ten days additional to the time herein before spec!fled for appearance and an swer will be allowed before the taking of Judg ment by default as aforesaid. Ihe said action is brought to recove judg ment against the defendant. Herbert E. Hu»h. (urtlie >am of 41J61.32; together with to |a» at torneys fees to be taxed as'cost ..and e costs of this suit. And for an order to sell fifteen (Ii»; shares of the capital stock of plaintiff association repre sented by certificate No. U 2307. Protected Clast 'l’’ stock. Also to obtain a decree of foreclosure upon lot three iJ;. block six 1 own of Holleys, Prower* county, Colorado, under a deed of trust securing the above mentioned iudebtednev*. And for the appointment of a receiver to take charge of Uie premises described in said deed of trn*t and collect the rents u|>on the same dur ing the pendency of tins action and the redemp tion period allowed by law. as will more fully appear from the complaint in said action to which reference is here made, a py of which is hereto attached. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and to answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief therein demanded. Given under my hand this Zstb day of Sept. A. t).. 1 to). J. Norman. Atty. for Plffs. SUMMONS. STATE OF COLORADO, i u _ In the District Countt or Pro waits ( Court. The Columbia Savinos and a Loan Association, (h cor- 1 porationi.and T. J. Zoi.x.aks, ) Trustee, Plaintiffs. /SUMMONS, vs. I Mary J. Pike and Calvin t.l Pike, Defendants, j The People of the State oj Colorado , To Mary J. Pike and Calvin F. Pike, the de fendants above named. GREETING: You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by the above named plaintiffs in the District Court of Prowers Coun ty, Mate of Colorado, and answer the complaint lierniu within twenty days after the service here of, if served within this County; or. if served out of this County, or by publication, within thirty days after the service hereof, i.-xclusive of tbe day of service; or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of the complaint. And if a copy of the complaint in Die above entitled action be not served with this summons, or if the service heroof ho made out of thi* State, then teu days additional to i the time hereinabove specified for appearance Bud answer will to allowed before the taking of judgment by dofault as aforesaid. The said action is brought to recover a judg ment against the defendants Mary J. Pike and Calvin F. Pike, for the sum of i7>vi.U7 ; together with Sto as attorneys’ fees to be taxed as costs, and the oosts of this suit. And for an order to sell twelve (12) shares of the capital stock of plaintiff Association, rep resented by certificate No. Ift7t), Class "Loan Stock.” Also to obtain a decree of foreclosure upon Lot five (Ti), block a eight (8/, Town of Holleys. Prowers county. Colorado, under n deed of trust securing the above ir -utiouod indebted ness. And for the appointment ora receiver to take charge of ttie premises described in said deed of trust and collect tne rent* upon the same during the pendency of this action and the re demption poriod allowed by law. as will more fully appear from the complaint in *anl action to which reference in here made; a copy of | which is hereto attache.l. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and to answer the said complaint as above required the said piaintills will apply to the court for the relief therein demanded. 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