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Indian Departed from Tribal Custom In the Use of Paint. ▲b Oklahoma Indian is said to hara made a painful mistake the other day. In his haste to quench a mad dening thirst he drank a quart or two of paint, supposing It to be his fevorlte splrltous liquor. The Indian of the aboriginal days frequently used paint, but never on fee laslde. He had a preference for decorations that could be seen. He took no delight In chromatic dia phragm. He cared nothing for a sky Mae Inner consciousness. Perhaps It was owing to these facts feat the Indian who drank the paint almost Immediately conveyed the im pression that It did not harmonise With hie ordinary tone oolor. He conveyed this impression by sesklng fee tribal medicine man. He sought Mm with large horizontal leaps, emit ting highly colored yelps of anguish at •very stride, and blowing rainbow col aved paint bubbles at each respiration. No doubt the medicine man was Mvprlaed at the sufferer's appearance, ■a was still more surprised when he MW the patient’s tongue. There was nothing like that tongue In the entire medleal library. And when he went dooper and oaught sight of the pa tltafs throat ho felt Itke burning his diploma and whooping to the woods. Nevertheless, he rallied and grap pled with the case and separated the men from the landscape and removed fee fresh paint sign, and presently the ladlan was In a condition to return to hie wigwam, a sadder and wiser and much less decorative mao. —Cleveland Plain Dealer. LAST DROP IN MISERY’S CUP. Uagallant Remark of Youth Com pleted Woman's Day of Woe. The woman who had shopped until fee closing gong had sounded stood et the transfer station and awaited feo anburban trolley. **What,” she wearily asked herself, “does ft profit a woman If she does •Mb the el metre bargain and loses aanvy trace of physical freshness?” Presently the car some along. It had the nsual fringe of humanity fllPMg along the running-board, and feo woman resignedly prepared to •land between the seats, when a primp youth rose and tsndered her his plnsa. Protesting faintly, she sank •Mo ft guiltily and registered a vow Moor to shop overtime again. In due time several Beats were va cated. and the woman looked hopefully •award her knight. “Jimmy,” a friend of hts was saying, “feara*s room laslde now. Why don’t PM Ml down?" And the last drop of discomfort was added to the woman’s cup of humilia tion when Jimmy responded: “Aw. what’s the use? No sooner I’ll pet me legs stretched when another oM ban will gat on and I’ll have to hop •Pf Small Necked New Yorkers. •tadsties furnished by manu factor •ra mt shirts and collars Indicate that fes average New York man has a omaller neck than hla out-of-town brisker. Comparison of orders shows feat ost of a given volume of business booked. Boston and Chicago led in the matter of big sizes. Inquiry at several haberdashery shops In Manhattan re sulted in the Information that any number larger than would have to bo specially called for from the fac tory or had through the selling agent. Xn other cities it la an erery-day ex perience to sell as high as size IS over tbs retail counter. Of oourse, fee element of snug fit Is a factor, but *o a regular proposition eastern and western men are more “bull-necked” than Is the case with their New York Muthian. His Lucky Afterthought. The poet had written the line: “O. why should the spirit of mortal bo proud?” Than he was about to enumerate a flow of the thousands of reasons why human beings should indulge a proper tooling of pride over their history, feoir marvelous achievements, and the sublime deeds of the great and good man who, In all ages of the world, have served a a beacon lights for their follow men, when a thought struok him. "Shocks!" ha said. “That sort of thing won’t go. If you want to hit the popular taste you’ve got to do the lugubrious. I*ll bore for the reader’s floors!” So ho trumped up a lot of reasons why people should be sad, mourn ful. and humble, and his poem lived. Great Display to Be Held. A great pageant of “Darkness and Light,” a series of descriptive repre gestations of famous scenes in the history of missions, is being arranged for the exhibition of the London Mis sionary society, to be held In London Beat June, an afTalr for which 10,000 helpers have enlisted. UNDERWOOD STANDARD m n it A TYPEWRITER I 1 1 Ifit hSKd *</7t / \ V\YS> X ( STANDARD } VJ Jl\ l l\.\\V x v IyTYPEWRumy Jw- , "Star of the First Magnitude .” net NbmWt 10— n. Underwood Escapement l« I Faster than the Fastest Operator. W V The Skilled Mechanic says: “It ¥ W uHll last a hundred years” UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY ■MBWOOD TYPEWRITER company. NEW YORK OR ANYWHERE New York or Aeywlwrc. kMMwvnßumanawwMwßi At*timee]wheu you don’t feel just right when you have a bad stomach, take some thing right away that will assist digee tion; not something that will stimulate for a time but something that will posi tively do the very work that the stomach preforms under ordinary and normal conditions, something tbut will make the food d’geat. To do this you must take a natural digostant like Kodol For Dys pepsia. Kodol is a scieutitiu preparation of vegetable acids with natural digestan ts and contains the same juices fouud in a healthy stomach. Bach dose will dig est more than 3,000 grains of good food It is sure to afford prompt relief; it dig «~te what you eat and is splendid to take Sold by The Up To-Date Drug 00. SUMMONS r',"?y o : r c p“::“ !-■ ■» •>» «-»»»*, < Tlx* Granada Land and Live , Mock Company, n corpora- \ tiou, Plaintiff. J v». J A Orin McCain, The Hannan f MorUtw and ltiv<>ntini>nt \ Company, John I). Brown, \SIJMMONB trimtce for the us«i of Ihe / Hannan MortKMKn and In- 1 ventmeut Company. Brown 1 anil* oilman. John I).Brown 1 trustee fur the use of Brown J and ColTman, Defendant* ' The People of the State of Cnlorndo, To A. Orin McCain. The Kansas Mortmain and Invent meat Company, John D. Mr wn triin tee for the unn ol ln» Kansas Morttratte and In •■ ••ntnient Company. Brown and Coffman, John D ilrown tmatee for the nne of Brown and Coff man. - he defendant* above named. Greeting : You ere hereby required to appear la an action brought you by the above named plaintiff In the County Court of Proweri county, state of Colo rado, and anewer the complaint there in within twenty days after the service hereof. If served within this county: or. If served out of thla county, or by pub lication. within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the 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 the above entitled action be not served with thla summons or If the service hereof be made out of this state, then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for ap- S ranee and answer will be allowed ere the taking of Judgment by de lt aa aforesaid. The saiil action is brought to quiet title .'to the following described property, situate in the Cuui-ty of Brower* and State of Colorado; to wit: The southeast quarter of section one, town ship twouty-four south of rungoforty-fuur. west of the sixth principal meridian, contain ing olio hundred mid sixty acres, inoro or less, according to government survey, a* will more fully appear from th« complaint in said action to which reference is here made; a copy of which complaiut is hereto attached. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and to answer the said complaint a* above required the said plaintiff will cause Judgment by default to Im> entered against you for tlie relief demanded in said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of saiil court, at Lamar, in said county, this 13th day of January, A. D. ISO.*, GEORGE 11. THORNE, Iskal.J Judge and Acting Clerk. SUMMONS |- ‘ Cooot, Cor, The Grand a Land and Live . Stock Company, a corpora- \ tion. Plaintiff. I vs. f Stephen Ontzweillur.The Kan- I sas Mortgage and Invest- \ ment Company, John D. SI MMONS Brown,trustee for the nso of / The Kansas Mortgage and I Investment Comnany.lJrowii 1 and l «>ff man.Jolm o.Brown 1 trustee for the use of Brown J and Coffman, Defendants ' The People of the State of Colorado, To Stephen Gutxweiller,The Kansas Mort gage and Investment Company. John I). Brown trustee for the use of The Kansas Mortgage and Investment Company, Brown and Coffman. John D. Brown trustee for the use of Brown and Coffman.the defendants above named, Greeting Yea ore hereby required to appear la aa aetlea brought against you by the aeeve named plaintiff In the County Court of Prower* county, state of Colo rado, and answer the complaint there in within twenty days after the servloe hereof. If served within this county; or. If oorvod out of thla county, or by pub lication. within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the dev of aervieo; or Judgment by default will ho takon against you according to the prmyor of tho complaint. And if a copy of tho complaint In the abovo entitled action bo not served with this summons or If the service hereof be made out of this atate. then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore epeclfled for ap- Eoaraaco and answer will be allowed oforo tho taking of Judgment by de fault aa aforesaid. The said action is brought to qniet title to the following described iinqwrty, situate in the County of Blowers auil Statu of Colorado, to wit: Tim Southwest quarter of section oue, town ship twenty-four south. range forty-four, west of tlie sixth principal inoridiau, containing one huudred sixty acres, more or less, ac cording to government survey,as will more fully ap|>enr from the complaiut in said action to which reference is here made; a copy of which is hereto attached, And you are hereby notified that if yon fail to npi>uar,and to auswer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause Judgment by default to lie entered against you for the relief demanded in said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal or said court, at Lamar, in said couutjr, this 13th day of January, A. 1), 1908. GEORGE H. THORNE. [hbal.] Judgo and Acting Clerk. "IBBT* Early Risers The famous Sttle pills. C_ :iv£_ XuIOE Farm and City Loans Real Estate and Insorance Pinesalve ACIS » soumet Carbolized FORMaor SKIN DISEASE RING’S DYSPEPSIA TIBLETS Relieve Indigestion and Stomach Troubles Notice of Trustee's Sale WHEREAS, on the 18th day of April, A. D. 1091, Albert F. Miller, made, executed, acknowledged and delivered, to Henry J. Al drich, trustee, his certain deed of trust, which said deed of trust was on the 18th day of April A i>. 1892. duly recorded in the office of the < .unity Ch-rk and Recorder of Prowers County, Statu of Colorado, in Book 7. at Page 845, whereby he convoyed to thesaid Henry J. Al drich. as trustee, the following described lend, situate, lying and being in the County of Prow ers. Btato of Colorado, to-wit: The south half of the southeast quarter of Section 80. Township 21 south. Range 4. west, for the pnrpeee of se curing the payment of one certain promissory note, and interest as in eaid note provided, for tin* sum of $700.00, executed on said 18th day of April, |h93. by said Albert F. Miller, and payable to the order of The Colorado Securities Compa ny; and whereas, tho said note and interest has not been paid, and is now past due; end where as. it is provided in said trust doed that in ease <>f default in tho payment of said unto and in terest. tiie trustee, after having advertised the Inin! described in said trust deed, for thirty days, in a newspaper printed and published in tin* county where said premises are situated, u.i.\ sell said premises at public sale, at the , lo< r of the Court House in the ('iiv of Danvor. Colorado, to the higoest and best bidder for caah, for the pur pose of paying said note anil interest, and the of executing said trust; and whereas, it is f i t her provided in said trust deed, that in case «>f the inability or refusal of said Henry J. Al drich. trustee, to act as such trustee, then the legal holder of said note shall have the option of substituting any other person, by writing Billy acknowledged, as such trnstee, and that the nets ai.d doings of the party so substituted -hall ho as effectual and binding as if done by the said Henry J. Aldrich, trustee; and wbere a- the eaid Henry J. Aldrich, trustee, by reason •f bis absence from the United States, is unable to net as such trustee; and whereas, tlie legal holder of said note. has. by writing duly ac knowledged, appointed and substituted John F. Mail, of Denver. Colorado, as sneh trustee: Now Therefore, public notice is hereby given flint at the request of the legal holder of said note, and by virtue of tho powers iu said trust deed nu > iu *nid substitution to me granted, I will on Saturday, the 4th day of April. A. D. 11818. at the hour of 100 clock In tho forenoon. ■ ' the Tremont Street front door of the Court House in the City of Denver. Colorado, sell the land herein above de-cribed. at public sale to i lie higho-t and best bidder for cash, for the purpose of (laying said note and interest, and the rrst of executing said trust. Dated at Denver, Colorado, this 19th day of February. A. D. 1908. JOHN F. MAIL. Substitute Trustee. Notice of Redemption. of School Orders. Office of County Treasurer, ) Prowers County, Colo. \ Feb. 19, 1908. Notice is hereby given that I will ledeeui at my office in Prowers county, all school orders numbered as follows: AMOUNT SO. DATROFIBSUB OF ORDER 2 DIST. 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MO. 37. arc L. 307 Apr 20 1907 55 00 805 do 10 70 .103 Apr 11 1907 0 25 368 May 1 1907 11 50 370 May 13 1907 10 50 371 JnnelS 1907 25 0(> 372 Juue39 1907 16 35 373 July 3 1907 35 00 372 do 1X4 15 374 do 11 00 878 July 24 1907 90 70 HIGH SCHOOL. NO U 14 Apr 20 1900 183 81 IIIOH SCHOOL NO. 3 23 Apr 37 1907 90 00 20 May 31 1907 208 32 Interest will cease on the above orders after Mar. 21, 1008. J. T. ADKINS, County Treasurer. WILLIAMSON HAFFNER CD. ENGRAVERS /^PRINTERS DENVERXOLD. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the Matter of the Estate of William R. White, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, That oa Monday, the 23rd day of March A. D. 1908, being one of the regular days of the March term of the County Court of Prowers County, in tho State of Colo rado, I, C. C. Goodalo, Administrator of the estate William B. White, deceased, will appear befere the Judge of the said Court; present my final report as such Administrator, for the approval of the same, and will then apply to be discharged as such Administrator. At which time and place any person in interest may appear and present ob jections to the same if any there bo. Dated at Lamar. Colorado, Feby. 17, 1908. C. C. GOOD ALB. Administrator of ths estate of William R. White, Deceased. Mothosa with little children; need no longer fear oroup, colds or whooping oough. Been Laxative Gough Syrup tastes good. It wo *ka off the cold through the bowels, cute the phlegm, dean tha head. For young and old. Guaranteed. Secure a bottle at onoe. Said by Hie Up to-Date Drug 00. DeWitt’s Carbolized Witoh Hazel Sal ve io beat for cuta, burns, boil, brusis and scratches. It is sepeoially good for piles. Sold by The Up-1 o-Date Drug Co. It is claimed indigestion is the Nation al disease. Tbats why the demand for Rings Dyspepsia Tablets increasing be cause they do the work. Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, indigestion, bloating, etc., yield quiokly. Two days treatment free. Ask your druggist about them. Sold by The Up-to Date Drug Co. The trouble with mostoongb remedies is that they constipate. Keunedys Lax ative Cough Syrup acta gentjy bu t pro mptly on the bowels and at the aame lime it stops the cough by soothing the throat and lung irritation. Children like it. Sold by The Up-To-Date Drug 00. Don't worry about your kidneys when yon can obtain 30 days' treatment of Pinealeo for fll.oo. These little globules bring relief in the first does. Backache, Lumbago and Rheumatism yield quiok ly. If cot satisfied * our money refund ed. This is a fair offer yeu can’t lose. Sold by The Up*to-Date Drug Co. Everything taken into the stomaob should be digested fully within a certain time. When you feel that your stomaob is cot in good order, that the food you have eaten is cot being digested, take a good, natural digestset that will do the work the digestive juioee are not doing. The beet remedy known today for all stomach troubles is Kodol, which is guaranteed to give prompt relief. It is Bleasant to take and is sold hare by The p-To-l>ato Drug Co. WHITE’S Cream Vermifuge iOfe TOE IMMITEEI iO WORM THE BHILMEirS FAVORITE TONIC. aewanz or imitations. VMS OSMIUMS MIMMD OMLV BV Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* st, Louie, aao. i- m. mrecta. FOR PRESIDENTIAL YEAR You want the best daily newspaper you can get. You wrnt a newsprper that not only gives you all the news but gives it honestly. Remember, the Democratic National Convention will be held in Denver. Therefore fill out the following coupon and send as directed: The Nkws-TimbB Publishing Co. Denver, Colo. ITHE ROCKY nOUNTAIN NEWS (Morning and Sunday) or THE DENVER TIIIES (Evening and Sunday) (Name) (Address) Mark the paper you wish sent. Jf WS NT™ / coLDS d ' Uhemifyou BALLARD’S HOREHOUND SYRUP | .A couph or cold Is generally a forerunuer of many serious I j sick spel.s. It should not be neglected, the human breathing 1 system i; . combination of tubes and cells, which must be Ml kept in c. dor to insure good health. Ballard’s Horehound Syrup 1 C ITE na couaHs, colds, bronchitis, ! j vURi-J WHOOPINQ COUGH, CROUP fl ANL ALL PULMONARY DISEASES. *! Cu 3d of a Chronic Cough. J J. H. Ellis, Butte, Mont., writes: “i cheerfully recom- mend Ball rd’s Horehound Syrup to all people afflicted 4m with chronic coughs. I suffered for years witn a chronic J cough which would last all winter. Ballard’s Horehound g Syrup effected an immediate and permanent cure.’* 2sc, 50c and $l.OO. f Ballard Snow Liniment Co. || 500-5C2 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MO., Sold and Recommended by I. H. MYERB Pharmacist CATARRH mim C* WEVER H# Ely’s Cream Balm Sure to Give Satisfaction. CIVEB RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects th« diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to ÜBe. Contains no injurious drugs Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Size, 60 cents at Druggists or by mail. Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizers, 75 cents. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warrsn St.. Nsw York. Sour Stomach K»4oI isllsY—lmSl—ON. llfeMvlMOW STmtiVwi! a'fkiyw « «*ry ?** y* >. iw MU SmMM KeM Hr •StTflirS. S 2 sfijtf&ngWS ‘"“iCodol r%MWM Ye. Eat. 1 “*■ Um Piipin, w«- o. a co.a»nn»or» Sold by The Op-To-Dite Drn| Co. The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP M.L. CONWELL, Prop EAST SAIN STRBST. MORTON STRAIN. IWdoat J. W. PAXTON. Tiss Pm. L. F. AHA MR. Oashlar CAPITAL SSO.OOO THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO MMCTOW MORTON BTRAIN J. W. PAXTON L. F. ADAMS W. L. MORRHOUBK J. W. ZOL.LARS B. T. MoCLAVB A. DEBTBR We want your business, large or email, and offer every facility consistent with safe and oooeerrative banking Hoco.nU Racalvad Sablect ta Mack. Maaar Order. Said ID. B. COOPER Real Estate, Loan Insurance A^ent B. B. Baowa, Pres. 4. N. Pabiish, Vioe Prwa. W. 0. Gould, Cash The First National Bank OF LAIfAR, COLORADO. Capital 850,000 Burplus 820,000 DIRBOTOXtS B. B. Bbown. T. M. Baowa. W. O. Gould. M. D. Thatcher. A. N, Parrish. j: LEE*3 STOCK FOOD LEE*S UCB KILLER ;! ’ ’ • We will receive in a few days a small car of * I ; • Dixie Brand Cotton Nut Cake. This is con- « , ; I sidered one of the best winter and spring ; feeds for stock to tone and sleek them up. | ! The Lamar Seed Co. PPBD H. KELSEY, nanager Let us book your order now for what you I want, so we can tell if another car is needed, ' as it takes considerable time to get it beie. ; i Ton Lota, $30.00. 100 pound ancles, si.tfo. !; LEE’S Baa MAKER LBB'S OBRITIZONE !’ Coal Facts There are a number of grades of Canon City Coal but when you buy from us you get the BEST that is mined, beyond 3uestion. We can also supply the cheaper grades of Trini ad and other coals. We are always in the market for your ALFALFA SEED, paying the highest prices. lEsrisrk* STRAIN BROS A. E. EVERETT Dealers in Meats AU kills die ii 31 dars Pkeie 473 Black HBEST RANGES Wejkecp the best in market. Throw out that old stove and buy a range that will save its price ini coal, and make the work easier too PLUMBING a SPE6IHLTY The vary Best Materials and the most Expert Workmen C. C. Huddleston Hardware, Implements, Harness 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 prioes ever known in the valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Heats South Main SL Phono No. Lunar 7 Register and Globe-Democrat $2