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TAKE FISH WITH BARE HANDS.
• ' ■ .... One Wagr Uf Making Q—4 CiMm In •mitk Carolina. & D. Smith, A. H. Gnsqoe, C. amd A. Hugh Hlma vgit fishing soar Efr | Sagham tha other day whore a creek runs into Lyoche's river. They had Sae sport and canght 108 of the flaaat rod breasts in the country. Ilshlng down there Is done with tha hands, All yon have to do la to feel under the logs and In the stump holes and pan oat the tsh. It le character- Istie of the red breast, we are told, not to leave their hiding place. They stick so dose to It that one can liter ally pick them oat of the water with 1 the hands These gentlemen had flae fan. They canght some shad, bat they were poor, except one, sad were pot hack la the water. One snake was killed. The only bad thing about Ashing | this way Is the fact that there are sums sashes under the logs, and If by chance the fisher gets his hands on a 1 moccasin there Is generally something doing Mr. Johnson, who Uvea In that section. Interviewed a snake the ! other day In some trash where red breasts were hiding, and now he has a game finger.—Florence Times. RESENTED ATTEMPTS TO ROB. Diver Tamed on Gull Who Sought the Former's Prey. , A Orest Northers diver made Its ap pearance at the Gove and spent a part of the winter there, and as he was not disturbed sad grew accustomed to the sight of human beings he loot all shy ness and fished close to the rocks. One day they saw him with a small Sat fish which he could not swallow. ... By and by a black backed gull swam to him and began following him and making snatches at the flounder each time the diver tossed It op. But the diver would not let him have the Sob; he simply turned round to get away from the teasing gull, and the quiet way in which he took It only emboldened the other, until he be came quite excited and was almost violent In his efforts to get the fish Then suddenly the diver dropped the flak, turned on him and struck him like lightning, driving his sharp pow erful beak Into his neck or the baas of his skull. The gull flapped his wings violently once or twice, then tamed over and floated away, belly up, quite dead. Instantly after dealing the blow the diver went down and quickly reappeared with the flounder, and resumed tossing and catching It again. Just self nothing had hap psusfl. while the dead gull slowly drifted further and further away.— Ftom W. H. Hudson's "Thu Land's A Msuntad Nurse Coign. The Americas navy has been given Mi female nurse corps by set of the re sent eon grass, hat now Great Britain gees as sae better by proponing for Its army a mounted name corps. Ao serflng to tbs Intor-Occan there le new In existence a company of young women which has been trained by n vstsrsn ofllcer and win ha ready for tha mat. Tha lallmgtoa Drill Brigade Girts* Yeomaary. they am called. and new ere Eve sad twenty strong and sMsnt riders. The girls wear tha or dtaary military rash badges surmount at by a spur sad crossed whips. On# had Mm crowd flags of a signaler. Tha uniforms consist of a rod tunic klouss. with n blue skirt with white kiuldtng round tbe bottom; whim gauntlets, black leggings, and n yellow Mb. A rod and blue Held service cap fli won with a chin-strap. Biding wfeh> am carried. Potato Dinner at Plaza. A unique dinner was given at tbe Flaaa hotel the other evening. AD the soarasa enustated of tha common gar den potatoes, served up la various ap petising forma. Thom worn potato#* a la Bahdeh. potato straws eooksd In sherry, potato puree, potato cream, potato salad, baked sweet potatoes and an on. Thom worn a dosen differ ent courses, and meet of them were so cleverly disguised that the diners were ahepManl as to whether they warn ontfag "spuds” or not. One of the gnmm at this potato -blowout*’ said ha never enjoyed a meal so much In Mu llto—New York Prase. For Parchment, a Frock. Amelia Rives, like Edith Wharton, bsffto to write when she was a small dM. the difference being that while the latter was carefully trained to It an to a task, Amalie Rivas was mom or leas repressed by her circle of rela tives. who quite despaired of being able to divert her to aaythlag else. Finally, they tiled removing fRp her all truces of pepsr open whhh she might write, aad a clover way she Brand oat of It Carefully smoothing her starched white frock, the young aathgr wrote all that she had to say open Its friendly surface, aad the op- Safeguarded. Th you expect to gut on well with "Ttotthar of us cun pronounce the ■that's name wen enough to get on pa terma of Intimacy.”-—Wash- Right Book at Her. “Yen don't seem to know how to menage a husband.” said tha widow who was wearing weeds for thb fifth Mom m IS yearn. He, I suppose not,” replied Mrs. Onanwed. -About all I knew la tew to heap see slim” The Best Razer Strap. Ik. taat nuor .trap I erar HI M • Mm at tlua," mU tee atak Mar. "A* 014 tartar am tt te mm. Itabrtaiatalr IMMMIaal* MM «*4 I tan aanr km able la aatav tt.lt Tint mmm klmh la tt. pitadtap whtah I cut acute ka Opara !■ tkm lan a paa, aaaar an, la a miphtr tarl tktaa ka Oaf aafj.meeld Plra a paef mi V irate* raly art tkat (tea* af pwl 9£££?*.\ESi\~ m l THE HOUSE HE BOUGHT FOR HER By S E. Kiser -Somebody waa tallies aaa rurantly." •ald Miss Wall wood, -that too kad bran buy in, raal Mat.* "Tra," Laaabam repUaf. *1 ham a bouse oa my baada. Would you Uka to mm It? Wa eoaM drfx. aroumd tkat way. It l«t ter from ham." -I don't mind. Bat what te tha world eror induced you to bay a hoaaa oat la thli port of town?" -Don't you Uka It eat keewr -I ham ulwaya tkoaakr it waa par teetiy horrible la thla eod of the city.- lAaaham took tha whip Craa. tea aoaket mad eaaaad tha deliberate horae to tadulpa la a apart of apaad teat waa auddeu aad uurprittap. “Ton m«." he laid. -I pot It tea way that didst laara aa any ofaoloa mm aermlnx tbe toeatlaa. A friend of mtaa who owned tha place waa badly' aqueaaed darted tee atrlageaey aad had to let go. I happened to hara a 1 little money that urasat te aaa aad 1 1 thought I ndaht better lnreet It here ttaa tot my friend ka Bold oat by tha "That teat at all Uka tea atory I hoard, tha Ctrl replied, lookteu atralsht ahead, aa If purpoaely erolA ted nay daopur af bated aempallll te notice hie eaper plaaea -What atory did yea hear?" "Oh. It doaaat matter. It teat *• -BuVl d'llke'to knew what It waa.* -It waa aoaaatklad aboat your tataa ttea to aat married—l bottom. - "Waa the noma af tea lady am tteawdf* "I think not If tt waa I waaat.aad fleteatly tetaraatad te aimimhar It." lAupkam teak tea whip tram Mi paakat aaala amd their atead tedalsad > • another intermittent karst af apaad. "It waa eery daa af yaa to da tkat ter year friend." Mae WaUwood added after tha horse had Battled down ona. more Into aa aaay tint. "Do yon think no?" r —mkrnt wUh an anpamam that Beamed to ha annulled ter. -*hat to. anleas pea dram a hard ' harpate with tha poor mum." dMa'tdo that. I tank tea pirns m | Ta that case paahapo yaa wane teak 1 tohL I hare heard af man whs wars j ana mnafh to taka adraafaps af tea paparmHy af atears who iaalraf Is help tha*." "I dea't think I pnldaay am teas tea (laaa te wsrth- Here tt la. wm paa pat sat aad took at It?" -Dear mm what aa arteitattaral ■ aamrarlty It Is. Whaarar built It mam ham base absolutely herald af teats." "TU sot deny - Tnaphate said, aa ha helped her from tea happy, "teat 1 would sot hare had It teat aa It ta ■ 1 had planned It. BtflL dea't pan tkteh the aanwaadtepa haw ratter pretty?" "They mlpht ha wane," aka prada , teply replied. “Tha ahrnbhery te rather auraattra." "Wee hip yard. Ms. Ml yea ttlter *t aanr eared aa-aate- ter Ms : yard,, bat I aappoaa it te wall ka hare - plenty af toad." "What 4a you think af that rarrawm la pmwh? Thare’a a doer opaalap span It team a daa room apataiia. Wool dal paa tea te pa Inal dot I hare tea tap with mu- Tl rsthar not, If yaa dost mted. I aappoaa you lataad to aaU It a mom as yaa can do as to adrantapa." That win dapaad aa what a eaatata plrl may nay." Thaa the ataay I taard was Iran after an.? - "Tan—partly. What I have toM paa aboat my frtaad Is tone. also. Bs had to nil; bat I hardly think I Mould hare boupht If It had not bass ter tea plrL Toa aaa I hate aa Mas that tea would Uka tea plan* 1 did tha drat time Imr aaw It I Uka this part af town. too. It to polnp to ha ten hast renames district wa hare la a tew years Look at tbeas two daa tram over there oa tea terraoa Or aaa plaaa for a hammock aa warm Paaday alter; > am. ahr "Wall. I hops aha may Uka lb—and— I aad that you may hate ho rarp happy I bars." -Thank yaa. I wish pon would taka a look throaph tea tenUa. Tha haaaa te mack more amanita laalds ttaa I It te oatalta. It paa weald. I—" ' "No; I should fate as tt I wars la trading.” -You would**! he I* the leeeL tt feu would g» 1* I might have a chaaao to know whet—- Ha paaaed aad looked wrinecTj tom her face, which she quickly turned. "Wont you pleeec'tahu mu tome B . CLOor* she ached. I -It you would look Isolde I might know whether to heap tt er put M to tor cole. You ao* you era the gri I had la mlad who* I bought it” When to cloned the door bchtod them, M miautce letav. she stood cu too porch aad. hnvtuk taka* aaofhmj leak at tha curreaadtigc. said: l -What a dear, delightful, purfeoH atom B le!"—Chieewe Beeerd-Hemld Regitser and Globe-Democrat $2 A LUNCH ROOM RECONCILIATION By Ellizabeth Bewie tOoprriebt. b. Drily atory Fun Gn| " Just aboat lour p. m. u pretty youap • women walked into Hatchett's lunch room, and chooslns n table for two 1 near tha window, or da rad tea tor hur * self. 1 And tan mlnutaa latar them entered a pood loohtop youap man, who up -1 preprinted the adjainlnp table. Then. 1 tost te the act of turalap to lata off hte .Turnout, hte apes Ut an the yoonp ; tea. pleased hte way. aad almost for the epuee af a minute their eye. met 1 la wondering aaf Ittomtoated recap ‘ nlUon. Ttaa he stepped toward, h.r 1 lad. aha half eons to mast him. whan to tha Immanaa aarpriaa aad Joy of tha, waltamera ha ulaupad tar la his arum ' and-kteuad bar. ' "Ton!- ha exdalmad. -Ton. of all ' people!" I Then releestnr her, aad eeemtoi not at all to notice her somewhat to ' | dlpaant saltation, ha .turned away .to '] remora and hasp ap hte coat That 1 dona he put hte head Oa tea chair facing her. -Permit me to Jala yon,” he said, aad wlthawt permtestoa seated him. •alt aad Mated, looted tar frankly aad tally te tea tens. “Tfro years atnee we met bat 1 tasw you tha moment I eaw you! Aad yet you era truly daplprably apadl 1 left you a plrl. the most pirlteh little mother I sear aat area aa—sow yaa are a loraly poaap woman " Thaak yon," abs aald. aad bewtap to Mm to monk huasinty dimpled lata a charmlnp smlla that raiy snccem fully oouoMtod and helped to eoapanr tar tramnlona excitement. -Aad yea knee aat marriad apata?" ta asked aattlp. “No." "Aad my Bttiu Mend HMpar? Bow W tear "Bemer la a healthy Iwraty child, ■w tataa attar tar totter araryoaa says. "Wad, har tetter waa a remarkably hue finals mam" ha netted with ho i—lap ematty. tea tarwad har tend Hdt tea ta apaat aattap with taaity rajoy mmt aad tea ta taektep aat of the wtodsrw. aha Mates spate, .site tor . -The meat aaaua aad sss her tf you ten to." Aad at tha asms time tee tote a atetttott -said sat af tar mils piUliaal aateteal aad pamsd It to Mb. ‘This to har addnaa." tea card ml aaM ear- ywn. I Win rartataly esll‘ *yim town aat 'I man htecTaleSd agteST Mto ■■ttnlUf haaaa wttte asset interns tea to pat as har Imp atoms imp teas aha mas ha atom “ttaad by. I am ptod to ten ant tmmr tea rate niinllnite aad ■te at tear mym ealdly to hte aad amda to tea surprise aad Jay ef tha watt ttoato ha tote har to hte arum. and. ■to»arar. aa tea tales* har teas to tett aa Om ape. Ttaa tea rinlentty Mm taarif team Mm aad teasd Mm atth daahlap epaa. I “Haw dune yaa!" aha aaM. ~Panl| sadar the etreumatmaem - bat tar mlaa brake hare aad tar apaa trtwwil with anpry tears. oaaßy.' _ ream at the pirto aad tha tew amused aad imasid paseta. aad said la a law Ta paMto-ff 'aad added soarateM: -Aad wtaa yaa are eontamplsttap aowrlaga!” Ta tar teat ran ana ha pees tea toatttap ssewse- -Who earns a taaa tor tta psMtel" To tea other wttte Mddsa latanas tenafal pan»t -Tea Mmfylap Ms raiaa. aPdad: "Bo eaaaa we tom sate stem hare assar torn* aayoaa hat sate attar, ta It has tataa a deril af a dtraraa ta mate as know ttl- saw, dear, let aa pa aad aaa Aad tea want mum waadand aaf win In ■ I what It an many meant. ■aid aaa a raOkulrad plrl: -Any way this mm win aanr am tea ■tea -«-*T to mat* Tt has Waa uprtepctoMud aad ro tmaratod throaphadt. It ta fraseoad with aararUa* Caplda aad the bias eaUtaa la spatted with atara and ksaay mnuasi a Venus bathes to ey.ry ' tapmhnwl, eraey dish to hsartubapsd. i ttMiltoataatenaa." ** ""** 1 Aad wMtot tha pbt. plpptod. a > mat man tttttap at a table aaaitey. appsnatly ahsorbad tea book, toota* ' M abasetly at tea radh.lrad plrl -A mythatopleal maid." ha mao I mated te Mmnlf -Mast ta etadiad at totems." A Caadif Aaawar. Bara to aa laaldaat that really oo earrad la a echaai tea Msm.rbiwetto ton: A Httla PM was dtoosrared la tea state between tha teaks perforates aattoa. whaa tea teacher, who had . np|il aat at tha room tor a tew mlo atoa. after drat rapmatlnp the chlldraa ta ha orderly, mtaiaad. 1-Why da I aaa yaa tears aad not la row amt. Natty?" naked tha teacher./ "Because I did not ace you comlap, , lack." answered Hally promptly. AUCTION SALE Of Mares AT THE Stockyards in Lamar on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1 Commencing at 10 A. M., the undersigned will offer at Sale the following choice live stock 60 HEAD OF MARES AIJ unbroken, ranging in age from yearlings to: 8-year-Oldir All good boned well bred animals, gentle raised. number of these mares will weigh 1000 to 1200 pounds. TERMS OF SALE:-A oredit of twelve months will be giw on approved bankable notes, bearing 8 per oent interest frbttt date of sale. A~ discount of 6 per oent for cash ixk hkJUL ■ ■■ ■— ' * i i. 11 : All this stock will positively be be sold to tbe highest bidder. Creaghe & Lyons, Owners C. B. HAT, Auctioneer Look ouL THE DEVIL c He's Coming Opera House November 1 7 Not a Devi] in human defe at hot m good-natural rat ed in Davil'i clothac. POSTAL CIGAB STAND llendq-utrlcrs for Smoker.' - Suppl es of .11 kinds. Pipes, etc. Largest line -f I'lrar Ha vana. Key West, Imported and Don estic Cigars in the Cl). Sole y for the famous Key West Queen the largest and best JC cigar j made Sole agency in l-amta* for RF.KINGTON TVPSWRITKB Ribbon. AND CSKBON PAPBBB POSTAL CWAft STAMP NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF TOWN WARRANTS Office of Town Tieasuver \ Lamar, Colorado, v Nov. 0, 1008 j Notion is hereby given that I will redeem at my office the following warrants: “ I AMOUNT so. datk orsuiurruv ok IWAEKAST Public Buildings 6160 Feb. 19. ISOS |SOO 00 at rests and Alleys 6599 Sept IS. ISOB | 0 IS Sol* Sept 22. ISOS 72 25 Cemetery Fund 5886 July 3. ISOT »3S 05 5947 Aug. 12. 1207 27 6e 5240 Auk. 12, 1207 „ SOU 5982 Sept 4. 1207 16 56 0014 Oct. 8. 1207 43 25 001 S Oct. 12. 1207 10 50 8052 Nov. 13. 1207 46 00 8053 Nov. 15. 1207 2 60 8082 Dec. 4. 1207 22 50 Bower Diet. No. 1 5921 Au*. 12. 1207 9 89 60 8022 Oct. 9. 1907 50 00 6252 '..Apr. 11. 190 S 46 20 8228 May 5, 1208 112 23 6227 May 5. 1208 56 U 6295 May 6. 1908 44 00 6299 May 6. 1908 100 00 6298 May 9. 1205 96 lo 6423 July 11, 1908 22 50 6425 July 16, 1908 18 30 6432 July 23, 1908 223 44 6160 Auk. 4, 1908 26 22 6451 Auk. 6. 1208 600 6497 Sept 9. 1908 :... 15 01 6516 Sept 18, 1908 35 75 General Fund 5844 July 10, 1907 |2OO 00 5853 July 10, 1907 25 00 5852 July 15, 1907 73 85 5781 July 15. 1907 70 96 5852 July 15. 1907 5o 00 5885 July 30. 1907 20 00 5914 July 7. 1907 25 00 5924 July 7 1907 220 5880 July 7, 1907 225 5911 Aug. 12. 1907 65 00 5912 Auk- 12. 1907 70 00 5920 Auk. 12. 1907 * 28 40 6861 Auk. I*. 1907 103 35 6909 Auk. 12, 1907 150 00 5910 Auk- 12, 1907 • 7R 01 5915 Auk- 12. 1907 57 6U 5919 Auk- 12, 1907 60 00 5923 Aus. 12. 1907 27 43 5925 Aug. 12. 1907 4 00 6916 Auk- 28, 1907 4 58 5862 Auk. 29, 1907 5 85 5913 Auk. 31. 1907 87 00 5988 Sept 4. 1907 70 00 6971 Sept 4. 1907 37 50 5970 Sept 4, 1907 87 77 5989 Sept 6, 1907 4 85 00 5917 Sept 19. 1207 '.... 25 8( 5949 Sept 10. 1207 100 80 5962 Sept 10, 1907 48 7S 5983 Sept 10. 1907 8 00 5964 Sept 10, 1907 17 64 5988 Sept 10. 1907 160 00 5967 Sept 10. 1907 75 00 5972 Sept 10, 1907 59 00 6973 Sept 10. 1907 3 75 5983 Sept .25, 1907 99 70 5984 Sept *25. 1907 3 00 5985 Sept 30. 1907 XI 50 5999 Oct. 8. 1907 70 00 5995 Oct. 9. 1907 V 2 70 5998. Oct. 9. 1907 25 00 HO* OeL 9. 1907 12 41 5922 Oct. 10. 1907 150 00 5293 Oct. 10. 1207 75 00 55»7 Oct 10. 1207 50 00 Oct 10. 1207 26 75 <OOS Oct 10. 1207 290 Oct 12. 1227 85 20 f*>2 Oct 12. 1227 20 51 <2s® Oct 17. 1207 22 70 sf»« Oct 25. 1201 25 00 SOIS. Nov. 4. 1207 125 WO3 Nov. 4. 1207 200 Nov. 13, 1907 150 00 <®£7 Nov. 14. 1207 75 §0 *029 Nov. 14. 1907 70 00 «•*• Nov. It 1907 70 02 Nov. 1< 1907 4S 75 ••04 Nov. 14. 1207 7 5V t«o*2 Nov. 14. 1907 02 00 .....Nov. 15. 1207... 188 BB Nov. 15. 1957 S #0 Nov. 25. ISSt SB BS ::::££ £ :::::: £S *Ol5 Dec. 1, 1007 100 *o*4 Dec. S. 1007 760 *O6B Dec. S. 1007 SO 06 *>6» Dec. S, I*o7 - 101 *0 Interest on above warranto will cease after Duo 11, 1908. E. A. Lumdubbn, Town Treasurer. ORDINANCE NO. 133. An Ordinance In Relation to Licnoaoa and Providing Penalties for tho Vl* olatlon Thereof and Repealing Ordi nance No. 63, same being entitled, "An Ordinance in Rotation to Licen ces and Providing Penalties for the Violation Thereof* and Repealing Or dlnance No. 88, the same being en titled "An Ordinance Repealing Or- No. SO and Amending Sec tion Five of Ordinance No. U, 'Be ing an Ordinance In Rotation to U srajMsap ■-Mur BIS IT ORDAINED BT THE BOARD 2lje , sblbS:*“ town s Sec. 1. That from and arter the pas sage of this Ordinance It shall be unlaw ful for any person to engaga in any of or vocations herein named •»f Lamar, Colorado, without first hav l£?®ured • license from the Clerk and Recorder of the Town of Lamar. „ Every auctioneer shall pay a Ucenae fee of Two Dollar. <6L9o)per mfchi, ■sar & u z\£ B j"xrs T «2i? t V fh £? Do,u ‘ r " <1*5.00) per day. in? l h,i«uj w y tranaclent merchant do ing business In or from any huiiiiinv =■«■« °n c * r within th.To “VlulraS 1 shall pay a license fee nf T T2? ty ; flv t Do,Utr » (925.00) per Sly. circus ■n^ K '^ ry C, 2S U ** *n®nagerte, y or ajSggg-aga jarasaMSjrsjaLSS?^ U- £? r ” •» "BSS^St^TBiSK: ’h.ll ,P-y . UcenM feSSig Ten°°rxJ?an?*c|io*oor r D2? n^lli»r irl r V ® n ’ or term of one week - ». for (hr .hat the provTalSi Jr nrilf'TKr, **w *hov, r “ of Fifteen IMUU. <|l£w, That any keener _ . Wg ) P? r 1 temporary lemhnade lr »M»aclent or ara«2®yHS e^*'™s< n . V SSffyf hnhy rnrk, machine, tranaclem lowing zvszssjr-tSoA, -Em ul&JPlSrr* of ~?.? y ■ ho °(*ng gal* 'S&S jss pay a Beoaso Baa at VlvpMbr(|slW engaging In nay at the bwMwoaoa or av coatlo— or amnaeaaeata meatlepad in this Ordlnanoo wßMadt fM fcavSw-ab •hnll. uUr«S»y&5» m3BP*C* JSt in n run ■ aoc in,' Ont M>i n^ia ssyss'Tr&rat: 'svkrsx! It. Ortttannc ■N. U ’>Ht»«l ifVSTfiSBMTSBI SfSfVwS nstaUon^to ttas for the violation all s-ssTessns htf ll Thli ordlßßfiiW 'atadE''ba la tjr Us“ bffiattoi^ tSsSS,rT«SW* «• Attest: Clark and Recorder. > NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. swtSfeS-SBTfirE *sE& seesSSt^ JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Raglater. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. witii» 1 ; — - ■* - -•- . _ | 1 Irl I || | B