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~ Mr. Arthur Butter 1* down, with typhoid lever hut te getting along nicely. Mr. Cooper shipped lib* tat cat-tie to KaTTrnf City recently. We uuder stand ha sot cioae to 6 coni* in Kan— Oily. Alim Laura Barnard, the teacher at Dry Creek school, closed the Mine with a dinner and & good pro* • snun to whdch a good number of the parent* and friends were pre sent. , Mr. ana Mm. Or ary and wife vis ited at hill Dewey'a one day last week. Mr. Green. Blooser and wife of La mar visited over night with Mr. and Mm. fH™ Davidson last week. We understand that Wee ley John son, and sister Laura have gone back to lowa for an extended vdait. Mrs. Sim Davidson left Sunday for * few weeks visit to her old home in. Missouri. Mr. Winterseat’s father from Ohio Is visiting him and family. Mr. and Mrs. Strain have moved onto their farm at the went end of the lane. Mr. Lee of Lamar la having a nice Mttto home built on his Dry Creek claim. Grinning Isaac The home reflects the standard of the family. A piano In the honi* means culture and refinement —V g B a “piano”. The Baldwin line at the Lamar Music Shop meets the requirements. HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA OR pt Winter green, Thymol, Glyce rins, sto, Used as a Simple Wash It rosllj seems strange that so ma ny safer year in and year with %iMh eczema, when it is now no lon ger a secret that oil of wdniorgireen mixed with thymol, glycerine, etc., makes a wash that 1* bound to cure- Old, obstinate cases, It is true, can hot be cured ina few days, but there •s absolutely no sufferer from ecze ma, who ever used this simple wash and did not find immediately that Semi-Annual Statement Oontinubd from 6th Page (School Diet. No. 35, Building Fund, um isos oil* To —n, or Bonds .. ..11746 60 Dec. SI By warrants paid .. ..91481 41 UK. *• tq mw *™ ,T •* w By Balance 264 09 •1746 60 91745 50 School Dish No. 36, Special. IMS 1809 To trass from & D. No Dec- *1 By warrants paid .. ..9201 30 (Asg. ITo trnni* from 8. hNa M Dsa SI To o—lriK* .‘*..**>.lll*. 1» 0«> 9201 SO B*ol 30 School District No. 97 Special Fund. im ims jrulw 1 To 9490 77 Dec. 31 By del tax I*o2 9 10 34 duly X TO asm— •••* "* l 0 M ißy del tax 1003 3 23 1® Si tS IMS .. .... 823 Bv del tax 1904 105 To dal tax 1960 •• .... 105 By del tax 1905 02 t 2 SS tax IMS !! 02 By del tax 1906 230 To 2 tax UN .. 2 80 By del tax 1907 59 11 TO SS tax UN !! .... ••< 35 By del tax 1908 652 61 Deo. M To abet of amt 1909 .. 652 61 By warrants paid .. .. 115 04 91419 67 91414 67 ■shad District Ns. to Special Fun*. IMS 1»0* mTi to Del tax 1909 9 7 00 July 1 By Balance overdrawn ..9 9 96 To del tax 1904 .... .. 60 Dec. 91 By del tax 1903 700 4o del tax 1906 .... .... 140 IBy del tax 190« .♦. 6o To del tax 1964 .... .. . So (By del tax 1906 160 To del tax 1907 .... I!.. 19 95 By del tax 1904 80 M To abet of aaet i94l .... 38 46 By del tax 1907 2 3b " *5 Overdraft .. .... .. 16 99 By del tax 1909 38 46 to By warrantß paid .. .. 24 42 996 10 985 10 High School District No. 1 IMS 1308 jub I To Fe'T™ 9193 05 Dec. 31 By del tax 1906 9 8 37 To del tax 1906 I 61 By del tax 1904 22 85 4o del tax 1904 97 02 By del tax 1907 139 38 To del tax 1907 681 49 By del tax 1908 906 18 IDoa n To abet of meet. 1909 .. 904 18 By warrants paid .. 278 7, 91817 95 91817 95 High School District No. 1 UM 1908 ffttlr 1 TO 92003 26 Dec. 21 By del tax 1904 .. ..9 384 28 TO deltax 1904 .. .. 884 28 By del tax 1907 .. .. 209 1. To del tax 1904 .... 48 11 By del tax 1908 .. .. 3353 82 TO del tax 1907 .. .. 2059 19 By Iran* to 8. D. No. Deo. 81 To abat of asst. 1908 .. 3363 82 16 Spec 98 06 To £x“oi w> :: „0« By,™ to S. D. No To add f V col 1904 .. 77 7o 14 Oen. 2934 18 tS —h aR. JonE .. 925 By refund 428 TO i— K EL R. Jones .. 27 oo By Balance >l3 9o 97941 74 97961 74 High School District No. 9 IMS INI mJfri To Balance 9 68 32 Dec. 31 By del tax 1905 .. ..| 801 muKr Vo del tax 1906 .. .. 870 IBy del tax 1906 .. .. 11 47 To dal tax IM6 .... 20 41 By del tax 1907 .. .. 251 18 To dal tax IM7 .. .. 1487 78 By del tax 1908 .. .. 2946 M »«T « gy P*w •• ;; jfg & 94480 60 94480 60 •TATE OF COLORADO, COUNTY OF PROWERS, 88. I, Chaa. F. Hoag. County dark in and for the PoazMty in the State aforesaid, do hereby certify that the above and fore> going to a full, true ar>d correct statement of therecelp&a and expendi of Prowers County, Colorado, for the half year ending December SlflL ISOS; of the warrants issued and cancelled on the several funds, the cash balances to the or edit of the several funds on the 31 at day at December, 1908, as appears from the books and accounts kept in this office, and from the Coimty Treasurer's statemenL In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set. my hand and affixed tbsnfei- 1 11* 1 seal of my office this 6th. day of April, A. D. 1909. CHAS. F. HOAG, County Clerk. , jQ—alned approved this Bth day of April, A. D., 1909. The Board of County Commissioner* W. W. REYNOLDS, Chairman. H. B. MANVILLE, Commissioner. » :v VIM V X- OBBOORy - C o n **-9«-r. rwondt ffuflly soothing, calm, cool sen sation that comes, when the Itch is taken away. Instantly upon applying a few drops of the wash the remedy takes effect, the ltdh is allayed .There is no need of experiment.—the patient 'knows at once. Instead of trying to compound the oil of whitergrene, thymol, glycerine, etc., in the right proportions ourselve iwe are using a prescription, which is universaly found the most effective. It Is known as the D. D. D. Prescrip tion, or Oil of Wintergreen Compounc J is made by the D. D. D. Co. of Chicago, and our long experience Keith .this remedy has given us great confidence in. Its merits. THE UP-TO-DATE DRUG CO. NASAL CATARRH The Up-to-Dats Drug Co., Bells the Great Ramedy that Cured Mrs. Ksrberg. Here Is a very simple yet wholly sincere statement of a Michigan woman, who W4i» cured by using Hyomel—the no cure no pay remedy for catarrh, asthma, hay fever, croup, coughs and colds. “A bad case of catarrh was cured for me by tihe use of Hymoei. The trouble a/focted my head, nose and and was very annoying and disagree able, and the outre, from the use of Hymoei, was very gratifying. Hyo mel has from me a strong recom mend and endorsement.” —Mrs. E. Karberg, 213 Kingsley St., Ana Ar bor, Mich. Nov. 16. 1908. Thousands of just such letters are In existence, and thousands more would be but for the desire to avoiu publicity. If you have catarrh, bestir your self, and drive it out of your system. Kill bhe germs, you can do that eas ily if you U3e Hyomel (pronounced High-ome.) It Is a dry antiseptic and very pleasant air, that when, inhaled, quick ly relieves all forme of catarrhal In ftarnations, stops snuffles, hawking plete outfit. Including Inhaler, is on and blowing. The price for a com ly $l.OO at The Up-to-Date Drug Co. MI-ONA Cures indigestion It relieves stomach misery, bout stom ach, belching, and cures all stomach dis ease or money back. Large box of tab lets 60 oenta. Druggists in all towns. SUMMONS. State of Colorado ) (as. In the District Count of Prowere) Court Mary A. Krelder, Plaintiff. 7 va SUMMONS Mary Jane Wilcox, John Krelder, Alex ander Krelder, Ann Goodell, Ellen Arn old, Wiliam Krelder and Joseph Kreld er, Defendants. The People of the State of Colorado, To Mary Jane Wilcox, John Krelder. Alexander Krelder, Ann Goodell, Ellen Arnold, William Krelder and Joseph Krelder, the defendants above named, GREETING: fou are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the ü bove named plaintiff in the District Court of Prowers County, State of Col orado, and answer the complaint there in within twenty days after the service hereof. If served within this County: or. If served out of this County, or by publication, within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day oi 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 this summons, or If the service hereof be made out of this state, then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for appearance and answer will be auowed before the taking oi Judgment by default as aforesaid. The said action Is brought for a par tition and division of the following de scribed real estate situate In Prowers County, Colorado, to-wit: The KV4 of Section 11 and the N‘,4 of Section 11, In Township 26 South, of Range 42 W. 6th P. M. in Colorudo, containing 610 acres; also the following described real estate situate in Baca County, Colorudo, to-wit: Lots 1,2, 3 and 4 in Section 33, of Township 28, South of Range 41 West, 6th P. M. In Colorado, contain ing One hundred and sixty seven und 85-100 acres, according to tue respec tive rights of the parties aforesaid, or If a partition cannot be had without ma terial injury to those rights then for a sale of the said premises and a division of the proceeds between the parties, ac cording to their rights ufter payment of the costs of this action. The complaint herein alleges that the plaintiff hus an estulu of Inheritance in the above described land to the extent of one undivided half Interest in the fee thereof, and thut each of the above named defendants have a similar es tate of one undivided one fourteenth therein, as will more fully uppear from the complaint In said action to which reference is here made: u copy 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 asked for In the prayer of the said complaint. Given under my hand ns clerk of the District Court at I.amar hi said County, this 16th day of April A. D. 1909. (Seal) CHAS. W. LUCK. Clerk mstrict Court. oy J. W. BENT. Deputy. W. A. Merrill and P. J. McCarty, at torneys for Plaintiff. E. G. HENKINB. COMMISSION BROKER Will sell Dry and Irrigated Lands, Stock Ranches and all kinds of Live Stock Bhsep a Specialty List Tour Btuff with Me Phone Prowers 130 •90 ( 000juet received for farm I oa No delays. L Wirt Markham. The W.Oickinson Lumber Co. Yellow and White Pine Finish Sash, Doors and Mouldings Lime, Cement and Brick Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc- We carry the largest stock in oar line ever carried in eastern Colorado and oan sell to yon at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas Talley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. G. M. SMITH, CHAS. MAXWELL, J. M. WILLIAMS, C. F. COOK. President Vice Pres. Cashier Asst. Cashier. Citizens State Bank LAMAR, C OLORADO. CAPITAL STOCK $35,000.00 DIRECTORS: L L. Maxwell, G. M. Smith, Geo. A. Everett, J. M. Williams,' J. R. Smi-'u Chaa. Maxwell and E. H. Gerecke. SAFETY OE POBIT BOXES. Carl & Hagaman » The Place to supply your wants in Lawn Mowers, Hose, Hose supplies, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Up-to-date Furni ure and Hardware. .... Phone Lamar 133 117 S. Main LAMAR, - - COLORADO NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. Depat tment of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado, April 20. 1909. NOTICE U hereby given that William H. Troutman, of Queen Beach, Colo., who on Dec. 4, 1907, made homestead entry No. 03949, Hd. No. 9094. for the Southwest quarter of Section 26 Town ship 20 South, Range 46 West of the of Intention to make Final commutation 4th Principal Meridian, has filed notice Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver, at Lamar, Colorado, on the 10th day Of June, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles H. Withered, Walter A. Smith both of Queen Beech, and Ora EL Dodd, Charles K. Skilling, both of Lamar, Col °r*da JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Register. Some interesting figures on Evaporated Fruit, Can Fruit, etc., at Hunt Bros. Pure Food Store Fancy Evaporated Peaches 10c per When it comes to coffee we are the lb.. 8c by the box. people that wrote the dictionary. Cof , fee that satlefys the most particular Prunes 10c a lb, or 8c by the box. tastes at 25 cents per lb. To arrive l.ter, Prune, at 5 cant.. Ralaans 10c a lb. or 8c by the box. Nob Hill table fruit equal In quality 100 Lanox Boap $3 .50 to any 25c fruit in Lamar, yours for 20c the can. Try acme next 100 B,r *’ Diamond C Soap .... 3.50 order. „ 50 Bars of either brand 1-75 We are adding many new customers—can handle more. For satisfaction trade at HUNT BROS’ PURE FOOD STORE DECORATION DAY Demands a New Suit or The old one Made New COOVER, THE TAILOR Awaits You at The Fashion Shop P. S. —lvory rim and plain buttons covered on short notice. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land office at Lamar, Colorado, April 20. 1909. NOTICE is hereby given that John W. Troutman, of Queen Beach, Cola, who, on Dec. 19, 1907. made homestead entry No. 03988, Hd. No. 9136. for the south east quarter of Section 27, Township 20 South, Range 47 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver, at Umar, Cola, on the 10th day of June, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Elmer J. Wapltr, John O- Stream, both of Lamar, Cola. Charles H. Wlthe rell, Constance Otter, both of Queen JOHHA.W JUSTIN Our new Spring Line of Shoes and Furnishings Most attractive in the City See our line of fine Neckwear \ CEO. A. EVERETT »•» Lamar 3* Lamar, Colo SILVER BROS. GROCERIES BABT SIDE MAIN ST. 'PHONB NO. 58 RBD Queensware Graniteware China ware Tinware Linoleum WM. WARBURG JJJg MORTON BTRAIN, B. T. McCLAVE, L. F. ADAMS, PmldanL __ Vice Praa. Cathier CAPITAL 560,000 THE LAMAR NATIONAL BANK J Suopessor to STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO » DIRECTORS: Morton Strain, B. T. McCiave L. F. Adcms, M. J. McMillin, C. M. Lao C. 8. Smith, A. Doeter. We want jour business, large or small, and offer every facility nn—istunt with safe and conservative banian*; Itacaaata gtwltlt Saklact ta SMaelr. Maaay Ortart Bald CATARRH Am Ely’s Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Qlve Satisfaction. OIVBS RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the discused membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Largo Size, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. • ELY BROTHERS. 56 Wirrsn SI.. New York Money to Loan Moaey to Lou on Colorado irrigated Farms. J. F CURRY, REAL ESTATE S FIRE INSURANCE Room 3, orer Lamar Nat. Bait Lamar, Cola. D. MARSH The FLORJST Will Fill Orders for Cut Flowers and Funeral Designs Promptly. Plants of All Kinds Furnished. D. MARSH. Btark Undetaking Parlors, Phone East 284. La Junta. The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP H. L. CONVBLL, Prop EAST MAIN STREET WE PLACE BEFORE YOU this picture. At first sight it seems overdrawn. It’s mot, it’s an exact reproduction of REED ROCKERS shown here. Willow work furniture among our spring offerings is. worth investigating. Ease, comfort and ar tistic designs are all combined in any rocker we sell. Order one for wife. J. T. Kirkpatrick 20018. Main St. Phone Red 271 NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE. State of Colorado ) (ss. In the County County of Prowers) Court. Frank McGrath, Plaintiff VH. John W. Wamper, Defendant. Notice of Sheriff's Sale on Foreclosure of Mortgage. Whereas, In the above entitled action pending In the County Court in and for I’rowers County. Colorado, for the fore closure of a mortgage upon the following described real estate, towit: All of the Southwest one-fourth of Section Twenty seven (27) in Township Twenty-two (22) south, of ltange Forty-two (42) west ot the Sixth Principal Meridian. The said Frank McGrath. on the - till day of March. A. D.. 11*09, obtained a decree of foreclosure and sale of the above described real estate, and where as. an order of sale as provided In said decree has been Issued to me from said Court, commanding me to appraise, ad vertise and sell according to law, said described real estate. Now. therefore, notice Is hereby given that I will on Monday the 28th, day of June. A. D. 1909. at the west front door of the court house in the Town of Umar, Prowers County, Colorado, at the hour of ten o'clock n. m. of said day, sell said described real estate at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, to satisfy said decree, costs and accruing costs and Interest. Dated the 26 day of May 1909. JOHN A. SIMPSON, Sheriff of Prowers County, Colorado. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado, April 20, 1909. NOTICE Is hereby given that Ira Fred Troutman, of Queen Beach. Colo., who on Dec. 6, 1907, made homestead entry No. 03946. Hd. No. 9092, for the Northeast quarter of Section 34, Town ship 20 South, Range 47 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver, at Lamar, Colo., on the 10th day of June, 1909. ' Claimant names as witnesses: John O. Stream. Charles E. Skilling. Carl D. Betz, all (3) of Lamar, and Samuel C. Kltterman, of Queen Beach, Colorado. JOHN A. WILLIAMS, SUgistsr.