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M §| rlf Ely’s Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cloKiuies, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold In the Head quieklr. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Hire, 60 cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. * ELY BROTHERS. 56 Wsrrsn St.. NswYoHl Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place, re mote from oivilizatioDj a familv is often driven to deeperation in case of accident resulting burns, cuts, wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Bucklsn’s Arnica Salve. It’s the best on earth, 250, at I. H.Myers. Mothers be Careful of the health of of your children. Look out for coughs, colds, croup and whoop ing cough. Stop them in time—One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy. Harmless and pleasant. For sale by I. H. Myers Cured Paralysis W. S. Baily, P. O. True, Texas, writes: “My wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm, when I was persurded to use Ballard's Snow Lini ment which cured her all right. I have also used it for old sores, frostbites and skin eruptions. It boes the work.” 25c, 600 and sl. at I. H. Myers. That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferejs have proved their matchleec merit for sick and nervous headaches. Tney make pure blood and builds up your healh. Only 250 at I. H. Myers. A Pleasant Pill No pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitt’s Little Early Kisers. DeWitt s Little Early Kisers are so mild and ef fective that childred. delicate ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect, while strong people say they are the beet liver pills sold. Sold by I. H. Myera Worst of all Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute wiil be your last? Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H. Newsoa, Decatur, Ala “For three yean” she writes, “I endured insuffer able pain from indigestion, stomach and bowel trouble. Death seemed in evitable when doctors and all remedies failed. At length I was induced to try Eleotrio Bitten and the result was mi raculous. I improved at once and now I’m completely recovered. For liver, kidney, stomach and bowel troubles Electric Bitten is the only medicioe. Only 500 guaranteed by I. H. Myera Heart Fluttering Undigested food and gas in the atom ach, located just below the heart, press es against it and cauies heart palpita tion. When your heart troubles you in that way take Herbine for a few days. You will soon be all right, 500 at I. H. Myera Startling Evidence Free testimony is great quantity is constantly coming in, declaring Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption coughs and colds to be uneuualed. A recent expression from T. J. McFarland, Bentorville, Va., serves as example. Ho writee: “I had bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited. Then I began iaking Dr. King's New Discovery, and a few bottles wholly cured me.” Equally effeotioe in curing all lung and throa) troubles, con sumption, pneumonia and grip. Guar anteed by I. H. Myers, druggist. Trial bottles free. Reg. sizes 50c, sl. No More Suffering If you are troubled with indigestion get a bottle of Kodol Dysyepsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you. Geo. A. Thompson of Spencer. lowa, says: “Have had dyspepsia for twenty years. My case was almost hopeless, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was recommend •d and I used a few bottles of it and it is the only thing that has relieved me. Would not be without it. Have doctor ed witn local physicians aud also at Chicago, and even went to Norway with hopes of getting some relief, but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only remedy that did me any good, and I heartily recom mend it. Every person suffering with indigestion or dyspepsia should use it: Sold by I. H. Myers. “I was much afflicted with sciatica," writee Ed. C. Nud, lowaville, Sedgwith Co., Kan., “going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain. I was induced to try Ballard’s Snow Liniment, which relieved me. I used three 500 bottles. It is the greatest liniment I ever used; have recommended it to a number of Kroons; all express themselves as being negted by it. I now walk without crutcues, able to perform a great of light labor on the farm.” 25c, 500 and $1 at I.IL Myers. Couching Spell Caused Death "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, ckoked to death early yesterdry morn ing at his home, in the presence of his wife and child. He contracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it. Yesterday morning he was selzedjwith a tit of coughing which continued for some time. His wife sent for a physician but before he could ar nue, another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suffocation. — • St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1. 1901.” Ballard’s Horebound Syrup, would have aaved him. 25c, 50c, sl. at I. H. Myers. Beware of Counterfeits "DeWitt’s is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve” writes J. L. Tucker of Centre, Ala. “I have used it in my fam ily for piles, cuts and burns for years and can reccommend it to be the best aalve on the market. Every family should keep it, as it is an invaluable household remedy, and should always be kept on hand for immediate use.” Mrs. Samuel Gage of North Bush, N. Y„ aays: “I had a fever sore on my ankle for twelve years that the doctors could not cure. All salves and blood remedies proved worthless. I could not walk for over two years. Finally I was persuad ed to try DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured me. It is a wonderful relief.” DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve cures without leaying a scar. For sale by I. H. Myers. POWER OF THE CZAR. MNllona of Mon Spring to Arm, St Hl* Bidding. It Is computed that over 4,000,000 soldiers are ready to fight for the In terests of the czar against those of all manktad, not excepting their own. Been now a noteworthy fraction of this number la bearing witness to the truth of the statement. For the cam paign against Japan Is diametrically opposed to the peasant’s Interests. It Involves an onormous waste of his substance, for which he will never re ceive any return. It means the loss of tens of thousands of the best speci mens of his own class for the greater glory of Its oppressor. And against these losses there Is no set-off. For even If Manchuria were annexed oy Russia, the land would not fall to the mooshlk. It is already owned, tilled and occupied. Worse still, the food stuffs which 1U yields in abundance would compete with and lower the juices of the produce of his own land, while his position would be otill fur ther aggravated by the fajl in the wages of labor which would result from the keen competition of Chinese workmen. And over and above these evils this “peasant’s victory" would strengthen the hand of the ruling class, which already weighs heavy up on him and his. Yet In spite of all this, he goes on lightheartedly cutting sticks for his own back. For one man to have millions of his fellows thus ready for his sake to risk death in order to benefit their enemies and ruin themselves and their friends Is like having an Aladdin’s lamp. The autoc racy Is an episode In an oriental fairy tale. —Julius, in the Contemporary Re view. Remarkable Japanese Prophecy. In an interesting article on “The Oommmanderi at Port Arthur,” In Harper’s Weekly, Charles Johnston re calls some - singular prophecies made by two distinguished Japanese states men Just before the beginning of the Boxer trouble. In the spring of 1900, which have a curious bearing on pres ent conditions in the far east. The first was to the effect that "a Russo- Japanese war, the issue of which can never for one moment be doubtful, must give to Japan Korea, the Liao tung peninsula, the military ascend ancy In Pekin and the possibility of the reformation of China." About the same time, in April, 1900, another dis tinguished Japanese statesman said: “Korea must become Japanese. My own opinion is that, unless Japan be given a free hand in Korea, war with Russia is Inevitable, but that it will not occur at least within the period of another year. So long as Japan holds the command of the sea, the prepara tions now made by Russia In Man churia are indifferent to her. By the occupation of Port Arthur Russia has made herself more vulnerable than she was before. • • • Even now Russia can only be dislodged from Manchuria as the result of a victorious war. • • • There la time enough for us to act five years hence." Heavenly Treasure. What I spent I had; What I kept I lost; What I gave I have! —Old Epitaph. Every coin of earthly treasure We have lavished upon the earth. For our simple worldly pleasure. May be reckoned something worth; For the spending was not losing Though the purchase were but small; It has pariahed with the using; We have had It—that la all! All the gold we leave behind us When we turn to dust again. Though our avarice may blind us. We have gathered quite In vain; 81nce we neither can direct It. By the winds of fortune tossed. Nor in other worlds expect It. What we hoarded we nave lost! But each merciful oblation. Seed of pity wisely sown— What we give in self-negation. We may aafely call our own; For the treasure freely given Is the treasure that we hoard. Since the angels keep. In heaven. What is lent until the Lord! —J. a. Saxe. Putting in a Word for Papa. The daughter of an uptown physi cian of credit and renown is a bright little girl of 7, who has been much petted by her admiring friends. Per haps this has spoiled her a little, but she is so sweet and entertaining that visitors take to her at once. One of these visitors, a new neighbor, made a call on the child’s mother, and soon had the little maid on her lap. In the chatter which followed the wom an made some allusion to the little one's grandmother. "Why, don’t you know?” cried the child. “Know what, dear?” asked the vis itor. "Why,” said the child, “grandma is dead, and Aunt Susan Is dead, and most all papa's patients are dead, too!"—New York Press. State Must Pay Bounty. As the result of a decision of the supreme court the state of California will be compelled to pay $287,615 to the holders of coyote scalp claims. In 1891 a law was passed placing a boun ty of $5 each upon every coyote killed in the state, so great were the ravages of the coyotes among the aheep and chickens. The scalps, when deliv ered at county seats, were to be de stroyed. But the state asserted that the scalps were sometimes used more than once, and scalps were imported from Nevada and Arizona. So when It had paid out $190,000 it stopped. But it could not prove Its case. $112500 for a Prescription. The largeet sum ever paid for a pre scription, changed 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 investi 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 cases, and administered it with the physicians for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the teat 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 oommittee and 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 oisoo, Cal. A. T. & S. F. Tim. Card. Dull) Lauiar. Colorado Dailj. West Bound. Kami Bound. No. 1 .... 2 ar. a.m | No. 2 12 Oft a. iu. No. ft 1 10 a.m. | No. 6 at. 3 a. in. No. 7 ft 2ft a. m. No. 8 12 Ift p. in. No. 9 a. in. No. 10 I*. in. No. 83-Krt 10 00 n. in. | No. Sl-Frt 12 IS p. in. No. 1 la California oxpi e— aud make* local ' iU>()i lietwiiHu Lamar and LaJnnta. No. ft ia Denver oxi>riM*, -top- on Hag at Lab Auiinab. < 'arries free chair car and Pullman*. No. 7 is the Mexico and California exi.r-na. No. 1 aud No. 7 both carry touri-t and Pullman bleeper*. No. 7 connect-at I.a.Junta for Pneblo Colorado ’-priug* ami Denver. Train No. 83 runs to La Junta aud will accotn modatc pu-smigor- for intermediate poiuta. No. 2 tb through t'aliforuia express and con nect* at La Junta with a train from Denver car noH passenger through to Cliteago without change. Has Pullman and touribt bl»nper*. No. 6 ia Denver express and run* through to Chicago without change. Carrie* froo chair car ami Pullman sleeper. No. 8 is local passenger and make* all atop*. Carrie* chair car and Pullman bleeper. Uuu* through to Chicailmwitliout change of rare. < Inquiries aoliciled aud promptly aud choer fully aubwered. Debcriptive literature and time table* folder- free by at<plyiu<r to l». J. Gabvin. Ageu.t TIMEBER CULTURE FINAL PROOF-NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Statkh Land Office. ) Lamar,Colo.. Oct. 21, 1903. ) Notice ia hereby given that Emma Schrock. widow of Henry T. Schrock. deceaaed, hue tiled notice of iuteuliou to make tluai proof before the Rogi-ter and Receiver at tlioii otiice iu Lainar. Colorado, on Tuesday, the 0t h day of December, 1904. on timber culture appli cation No. 4818, for the ae It of aec. No. 20. iu townaliip No. 23 S.. R. No. 48 W. of 6th p. m. She name-a* witnea-ea: Charlea l'aylor, D, C. Marker, Janice (Juy and John Guy, all of La inar, Colo. o2umS(J John A. Williams. Register. Dr. Sherman Armstrong V.S Experieuced in latest treatment of all diseases of horses and cattle Headquarters at McLean Bros.’ Bara Calls answered night or day R-P-A-N-S Tubules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind I he ft-cent p.icke . is uuough for usual occasion flic family bottle (60 cnul-i coutaiua a auppiy for a year All druggiata aell them. Stationry Prposals | GHEEHLE to the proviaioua of an act of the A Ninth general assembly of tbo atate of Colorado, entitled "An act to regulate the procuring of book*, atatiouery aud auppliea for county ollicer* by the hoards of county com missioners iu the couutie- of tliia atate, notice i- hereby given that the board of county com miaaiouers of Prowera county Colorado, will re ceive at their otiice iu Lamar up to noon of January 2. 1905, Healed propoaala to furnish Prowera county with auch of the article* herein named aud deacribcd as may be required by -aid county during tlio year 190 ft: Eight quire medium plain record, usoiug either Hyrou aud Weston's or L. L. Brown's Bulger paper, weighing not leas than 36 pound medium 110x23 iu.j bond oxtra aa follow*, to wn: Full Russia, sheep pauuela. spring back, gilt lettering on back, covers to be made of the l>est quality of Davy tar board, hooka to be paged regular with full two columu index Us ing gothic tabh. Kidder will be required to uaine price for the above described record with ordinary old etyle binding, aud extra for llat-o[>euiug binding, naming and describing patent. Eight quire medium record, printed heading, bound extra, paper, etc., same as above describ ed. Eight quire medium rocord, full page printed form, standard, bound extra, paper, etc., same as above described. Six quire record, same paper aud aame bind ing ah above described. six quire record, same paper as above de scribed, bound ends ami bauds, full abeep with Russia cuds and bands, iu all other respects -aim- as record first herein described. ( auras covers made of —ox. canvass and Russia corvers, lettered of back same as book. All other books not herein described, which the county may neod during the year, 1901,' to lie furnished by the successful bidder, to be made of same kind and quality of material as name kind of hook alreudy in use by the county, at a price £not greater than has heretofore been paid by the county for such hooks. Didder will quote price at which all standard Colorado blank- will be furnished, quoting prices in dozen and hundred lota as follows, to wn : Tenth sheet cap, eight sheet cap, sixth sheet cap, quarter sheet cap, third sheet cap, half sheet cap. full stieet cap, half sheet folio, full -beet folio. Legal cap, 16 lb, mimin'ro<l lines, per ream. Legal cap, 2»lb, numbered lines, per ream, same quality ami weight of paper, plain, per ream. Letter heads, note heads, letter heads memo size, of good quality of linen or cream laid pa lter. in fttlO lots. Enveloi>es, Nos. (4 and 10, white wove, XX, per ftOO lots. Inks Arnold’s writing tluid, per doz quarts. Sanford’s writing fluid, per dozen quarts, San ford's black, 2 oz, paper bottles. Lead Toneils —h aber’s No, 2 hexagon, per doz en and per gross. Faber's HHlilillli hexagon, per doc. Dixoa No. 2 hexagon, per dozen and l>er gross. Pens Spencerian, per gross. Esterbrook s (tluciuum* per gross. Mucilago- Sauford's Royal Crown, per quart 3oz bottles with tin cuus and brush, per dozen. Rubber Bauds—No. llftO, variegated, assorted per thousand in box. No. 00If, per quarteq pound. Letter Files—Star, per dozen. Ink Stands—Safety, No. 3, per dozeu. Blotters—Size 4‘4x12 inches, per ftOO. All copy for printed records, blanks, etc., to be furnished by the county clork or other coun ty officials making the order. All other supplies which would proporly come under the abovo head, uot herein enumerated aud described, to be furnished by the succesa ful bidder at a price not greater thau the prices heretofore paid by the county for like supplies. The right being reserved to reject any and all bids, or to accept a part of any bid. rejecting the balance thereof. All proposals to be sealed and marked "Sta tioneary Proposals." aud directed to John F. Curry, County Clerk, Lamar, Colo. By order of the board of county commission *Fß' JOHN F. CURRY. County, Clerk, Datad at Lamar, Colo., December 1.190 ft. THE World’s Fair Route OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE TO ST. LOUIS. Tmk Frisco System traverses THE FOLLOWING STATES; Illinois Indiana Mississippi Kansas Arkansas Tanneasse Alabama Missouri Oklahoma Indian Tar. Taxaa. THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITED, Leaving Kansas City at 6.50 p. m. dally, will take you to Springfield. Memphis, Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonville and all polnte in the Southeast. excellent route to all polnte North, East, South, Houtheaet and South* wezt. Fee detailed lafonaatloa, apply to O. W. MARTIN, OtNiRAiAaiNT. Denver. Col. *• DRAKE, Dibt. Pass*a Agent. Salt lake City, Utah. T. A. JOHN, General Agent, Butte. Montana. r Because the liver is neglected people suffer ...th constipation, biliousness, headaches and fevers. Colds attack the lungs and contagious diseases take hold of the system. It is safe to say that if the liver were always kept in proper working order, illness would be almost unknown. Thedforti a Black-Draught is so successful in curing such sickness because it is without a rival as a liver regulator. This great family medicine is not a strong and drastic drug, but a mild and healthful laxative that cures con stipation and may be taken by a mere child without possible harm. The healthful action on the liver cures biliousness. It has an in vigorating effect on the kidneys. Because the liver and kidneys do not work regularly, the poisonous acids along with the waste from the bowels get back into the blood and virulent contagion results. Timelv treatment with Thed ford's Black-Draught removes the dangers which lurk in constipation, liver and kidney troubles, and will positively forestall the inroads of Bright’s disease, for which dis ease in advanced stages there is no cure. Ask your dealer for a 25c. package of Thedford's Black- Draught. KlLLthz COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS w ;™ Dr. New Discovery rnn /CONSUMPTION Pric# FOR I OUGHB and 50c & $l.OO Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. C. LEE REAL ESTATE AND LOANS I make a specialty of Sugar Beet tracts near the Lamar Factory. Also choice Alfalfa llanchen. I have some good bargains in city property. Loans & Insurance. XaJUnZJSJZZ, : : COLO LAMAR MARBLE WORKS E. M. STEW AID, Prop. manufacturer of granite and marble MONUMENTS AH kinds of Cut Stone Trim mings for Brick or Stone Houses furnished on short notice. WHITE’S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED i*f§ WORM VMEMEDY THE CHILDREN’S FAVORITE TONIC. ■ EWARE OF IMITATION*. THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY *V Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* •T, LOUIS, MO. Others may not be mak ing Farm Loans now BUT I 7\M. Ten years time, Optional payments, 8 per cent interest payable annually NO COMMISSION Renew yonr loans now ft. E. BENT PEPSO QUININE For Colds and La Grippe CONTAINB NO CALOMEL. Boyd’s Up-ts-date Drug Store One Minute Cough Cure For Com*., Cold, sod Crwip. GO TO THE IMPERIAL Barber Shop and Bath Parlors Ou the Corner North of Depot. A sharp razor and a clean towel for every customer H. BON DURANT, Prop C. G GOODALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in Goodale Block LAMAR ::: a LOKADO W. A. MERRILL " _H-ttorrLe37--a.t-Xja.-s2r Office in Foley Bldg. LAMAR - - - COLORADO G. H. THORNE LAWYER Second Floor Foley-Bent Block Lamar, Colorado GRANBY HILLYER Attorney and Counselor at Law Lamar, Colorado. Becond Floor Goodale Building. J. K. DOUGHTY, 4ttorney and Counselor at Law, Lamar, Colorado. Office In Bent Blk., East Main St. DR. e. S. WILSON DENTIST Offices in east rooms on second floor of Irwin Building THE GREAT PLAINS SANITARIUM 2d Floor Blodvett Buildlns Will receive a limited number of med ic&l, surgical, gynecological and obstetrical cases. DR. FEWKES Suot. J\ S. HASTY, M. 30. —Office— On Second Floor of the Good ale Block. AMAH. COLORADO J. H. HARDY, OSTEOPATH Office in N. K. Corner Onion Hotel. Hoars oto 12 a. m. and IJO to 6p. m. Graduate A. T. Still School. Kirkvilfo, Mo. Examination and consultation free. Drs.Seabury & Mutchler Physicians and Surgeons Eighteen years'experience. Special attention given to diagnosis, surgery, diseases .of women and children, and the eye, ear, nose and throat. IRWIN BLOCK, SOUTH MAIN ST. DR. E. E. BARTELT Physician and Surgeon Second floor State Bank Blk., or inquire at McLean’s Bros. Drug Store D. W. ROBINSON AUCTIONEER. Cries Sales in all parts of the county. Satisfaction given. Terms reatonable Lamar, Colorado. When in need of TREE, VINE or SHRUB which is right in Quality, Variety add Price, see or write to X. O. STEBA.M Lamar, Colo. THE LAMAR HOUSE J. W. MHeE, Prop. First-class accommodations for regu lar boarders and transcients. The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHO! M. L. GONWELL, Prop. EAST SAIN STREET. A. EVERETT * C? Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Fresh Meats and Provisions No Accounts Op Cash Basis Run Over 30 Days LAMAR, CDLO.^AD3 Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc, We carry the largest stock in onr line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO# GEO. T. FEAST The Cash Grocer Lowest prices in town on everything you need in the grocery line. Under the cash system you have no bad accounts to pay for and get value received. North Main St. op?33ite the Davies Hotel. Phone No. 42 Red D. L. SILVER eiclusive dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries keeps constantly on hand the best and finest of everything in the Grocery line. -Z5~ TSSTT • Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats South Main St. ’Phone No. 102 Red. B. B. Brown, Pres A. N. Parrish, Vice Pres. W.C. Gould, Cash The First National Hank * . OB' LAMAR, COLORADO. Capital 850,000 Surplus SIO.OOo DIRECTORS B. B. Brown. T. M. Brown. W. O. Godld. M. D. Thatcher. A. N, Parrish. The Smart Set fl Magazine of Cleverness Magazines should have a well-defined purpose. Genuine entertainment, amusement and mental recreation are \jm motives of The Smart Set, the w MOST SUCCESSFUL o> MAGAZINES Its novels (a complete one in each number) are by the most brilliant authors of both hemispheres. Its Short stories are matchless—clean and fall of haman interest. Its poetry covering the entire field of verse—pathos, love, humor tenderness—is by the most popular poets, men and women, of the day. Its jokes, witticisms, sketches, etc., are admittedly the most mirth - provoking. 160 PACES DELIGHTFUL READING No pages are wasted on cheap illustrations, editorial vaporings or wearyiDg essays and idle discussions. Every page will interest, charm and refresh you. Subscribe now—s2.so per year. Remit in cheque, P’ O. or Express order, or registered letter to THE SMART SET, 452 Fifth Avenue. NeW York. N. B.—Sample Copies Sent Free On Application. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. STATE OF COLORADO, f [ n the Dietrict County or Pbowkes j Court. In the matter of the eatatc of Majorio Montague and Alexander S. Montague, Minors. Notice is hereby given. That on Thursday the 15th day of December, A. D.. IHO4. at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the front door of thecourt house in Lamar, in the County of Prowers and Stato of Colorado, pursuant to order of tbe District Court of Prowers County. Colorado, made and entered on, to-wit: the ITtli day of November. A. D. ISW4. Frank M. Tate Sheriff of Prowers County. Colorado, on behalf of oursolves, Herman G. Briggs aud the Michi gan Trust Company, as Guardians of the Es tate of Marjorie Montague and Alexander S Montaguo. minors, will sell at public auction all tho iutorest of t he said Marjorie Montague and Alexander S. Montague, minors, in and to tho following described real estate situate, lying aud being in the County of Prowors, in the Stato of Colorado, to-wit: Lot Six 161, in Block Forty-five (45), in the Original Town of Lamar, and Lot eleven (111 in Block Fifty (50), in Holmes it Parmenter's Ad dition to the Town of Lamar, each of said min ors owning an undivided one-half interest in and to the said lots. Each of said lots will bo sold subject to all such taxes, tax lieus or tax titles, as may exist against said promises. Tho terms of said sale will be for cash, nnd the interest of the said minors in tho said'lots will not bo sold for loss than Twenty-live dol lars ($25.00) per lot. Dated Lamar, Colorado, November 18th, A. ’ ' HERMAN C. BRIGGS THE MICHIGAN TRUST COMPANY By GEO. HEFFKRAN. Secretary, o i \ Guardians of the estato of (Corp. Seal.) Marjorie Montague and Alex ander S. Montague, minors. Ayers For h»rd colds, bronchitis, asthma, and coughs of ail kinds, you cannot take anjb thing better than Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral Cherry Pectoral. Ask yout own doctor if this is not so. He uses it. He understands why it soothes and heals. ."I h * a cough for week#. Then f £S«i. AT ' rt . Cherry Pectoral and only one bottle completely cured me.” Mils. J. u, Dankorth, St. Joseph, Mich. An'JSS-JPP- J ’ °* AY * K °°-’ for mm^££aaUaaaaii Coughs,Colds y* u will hasten recovery by tak ing one of Ayor’a Pills at bodtlmo.