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Mrs. Bacon —What did you think ot that hat Miss Styles wore to church, this morning? .Mr. Bacon — I didn’t notice Miss Styles’ hat, "It’s funny you didn’t see It. She sat directly In front of you.” “Well, suppose she did. Do you sup pose I go to church to look at women’s hats?” “Well, dear. It’s the same hat Miss Styles wore to the theater night before last, and which you claimed obstructed your view of the stage.” Setting Her Right. "You are familiar, I presume, with Johnson's ‘Rasselas,’ ” observed the Boston girl. “You must have got him mixed with Prank Ootch,” said the St. Louis young man; “Johnson’s a prize fighter.” Then silence, like a cataplasm, de scended to ameliorate the impact of the atmospheric concussion. Facilitator. Impatient Guest —Walter, I musl catch a train and I’m in a hurry—what are the chances of my getting served at once? Walter —About one to one, sir. Impatient Guest—l got you—on« dollar to one waiter. Here you are! Now slide! —Puck. WHAT DID HE MEAN? Bha (after the engagement has been announced) —I guess if a pretty girl came along you wouldn’t care for me any more. He—How foolish! What do I cars for good looks? You suit me all right Natural History. Who's ever by an ostrich kicked Will And his person sadly nicked And well may lift up thankful tones. If be can count no broken bones. No Chance for Him. "There!" said the dmbltlous young man when he had finished his great epic, “that’s done. Now all that !• necessary Is to find a publisher and muse the public to become Interested In me. Confound It! I have no friend whose wife would be willing to cause s commotion by eloping with me.” Always Ahead of Him. Miss Cute (an amateur palmist)— This line In your hand, Mr. Dubb, In dicates that you have a brilliant fu ture before you. Dubb—ls that so? Miss Cute —Yes; but this other line indicates that you are too slow ever to overtake It. A Solemn Prediction. “Well, what Is your opinion of the political outlook now?” “My opinion of It Is that there la going to be a lot of useless talk before anybody Is elected, and that the man who Is chosen will not succeed In satisfying everybody who votes for him.” Their Redeeming Feature. Mme. Bashleu —I think Ruskln's ti tles for his books are so happy. Mme. Smithson —How so? Mme. Bashleu —When you know the title of one of his books, you always know one of the things It isn’t about. —American Reformer. THAT’S ALL. Visitor —Any hunting about here? Native —Sure. Visitor —What kind of game? Native—No game. Just hunting. AUTUMN CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN “When the frost is on the pumpkin And the fodder is in the shock,” IT’S TIME TO THINK OF SOMETHING FINE 1 refer to my unapproached line of Guaranteed All Wool suit ings and over, oatings for winter wear. Come in and see them, no matter whether you have fully made tup your mind to have a new auii or overcoat or not. They are a delight to the eye and to the touch, and you will be agreeably surprised at the prices. The per secution of cut and fit ussured. If you have been wearing ready-made clothes, I know you will appreciate the excellent cut and fit hi the garment which I can make or you in my shop. For the sake of your own appearance and the economy of your pocketbook, you should investigate what I » an do for you at that is little If any above what you have had to pay for the reauy-to w ear. A suit for $lB.OO a/ml up. Suits cleaned and pressed at $1.50 per suit. All repair work done neatly. BUTTONS BEw’KD ON FREE. Suits pressed 75 cents. llats cleaned and blacked $1.50. If our work l« not right you have no right to take it. If we please you tell others. If we don’t, tell us. We will call and get your suit, clean, press and return It to you Just like new. Phone Lunar 36 or 146 COOVER THE TAILOR 105 1-2 South Main St. LAMAR, COLORADO ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ON PETI TION FOR SALE OR MORTGAG ING OF REAL ESTATE state of Colorado. County of Prowess, h*. In the County Court in ITobat** In the Matter of tin- Kntate of llatry HtuhlK. Nathaniel Stublw and Mild red Stubbs, minora. This matter coming <*»» to Ih- heard on this thirtieth .lay of tat.-her. A. I* I*l.’ upon the petition filed heieln by t-at/nle Walker, Guardian of said tat., for the sale of the following de scribed real estate, or a portion there of. to-wit: The South West ipiaiter ot Section Twenty-two «22» and the South Rant quarter of Section Twenty - seven <-*7l Jn Township Twenty-three « » South, of Itanire Forty-three <I3» West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, contuiniiw; Three Hundred and twenty .ri.’O, acres, more or less. governim-nt survey; also Lots Nine <9| to Fourteen (14 I Inclusive. In Block Nine (9> in .oiins A- Keep's Addition to the Town of dianada. aJI situate, lying and be ing In the County of Prowers and State of Colorado, each of sal.l Minors bring entitled, as heir* at law ot Lemuel G. Stubbs, deceased, to an un divided .Mi*- tenth interest in snl.l piem ises. for Che purpose of , Inventing the proceeds of such sale in some Interest hearing security, or If necessary, used for the support and education and main tetian.-e of said minors, and for the benefit of said estate. And it now appearing to the Court from said |s*tition that proper and legal grounds exist for the sale of all or a portion of said real estate. Now. Therefore, It Is ordered by the Court that Harry Stubbs. Nathaniel -Mubhs. and Mildred Stubbs, said minors .ill persons who would In be lit In case | of dhe death of said minors, be and appear before said Court at tit* Court room of said Court, hi tlie City of Lamar. County and State aforesaid. «m the second day of I>ecember. A. I». 1912. nt the hour ot ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. then ami there to show cans.-, n any there he. why an order should not be made directing the said Fannie Walker. Guardian, to sell the whole or ns much of said real estate as may be necessary for the purposes specified In said petition. It Is Further Ordered That tills or uer be published for at least four* suc cessive weeks in the Register, a weekly public newßpaper published in said County. It Is Further Ordered That W. A. Merrill, of said County of Prowers, be and lie is hereby appointed ns guard- ! ian ad litem for Harry Stubbs. Nathan- ' iel Stubl.s and Mildred Stubbs, minors. | l*i represent said minors nt said hear- Bv the Court: W. Ft FEE, County .fudge I minty Court Seal) i- IrsC puli. Oct. :tO. 1912. Last pub. November 20. 1912. Glorious News romes from Ur. J. T. Curtis. Dwight| K:in He write*: 'M not only; have' eured bad cases of eczema in . my patients with Electric Bitters, but also cured myself by them or; :he same disease. I feel sure they will benfit any case of enema." This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric llltter* is a most effe< live blood purifier. it's an excellent remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcerss, holla and tunning sore* It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion, builds up th-e strength. Price 50c. Satis faction guaranteed by N. N. Mc- I. an. the Old Reliable .Druggist NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND Office of the Treasurer. Prowers Coun ty, Colorado. Sept. 17, 1912. Notice In hereby given that I will redeem at the office of the County Treasurer of Prowers County. Colorado. Sept. 17. 1912. School Bond No. a dal ed Dec. 1. 1*99. amount SSOO. School district No. 4. Interest on above bond will cease after Oct. 17. 1912. JOHN O. STItKAM. county Trenailrer FIRE LIABILITY LIVE STOCK PLATE CLASS INSURANCE KIRKPATRICK & CO. Rents Bonds Automobile Lamar. Colo. Accident Chlls Annsavd l*«y or Night Dr. C. V. Williams GKADUATK VETERINARIAN At McLean's Stable* Phone Prower 13 LAM AJI. COLORADO LUNdIIEASE ‘After four iu our -nmily had died of consumption I t taken with a frightful cough and lung trouble, but my life wad saved and I gained 87 sounds through using DR. KING’S NEW DISCOVERY W. R. l’atur. *: V ; h.ngton, Tex. PRICE SOc T-Hffl on AT f ! I DRUGGISTS. j A Woman’s Heart 3 S Goes out spontaneously to her protector [ That Is Why | The Telephone is so S dear to all women. j “Ever standing § guard ’ it fails them E not > . In Time of Need rlf- — ’ ~~ Can you conscientiously deny your wife and family this protection? It is your duty to provide it. The cost is a trifle under six cents a day. We will make the connection immediately. /‘i ‘N THE MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE AND ; TELEGRAPH COMPANY SEEDS We are on hand with a good stock of Field and Carden ;Seeds and can supply your wants at all times. In Poultry Feed, Incubators, Poultry Medicines, Grit., Egg pro ducer, Drinking Fountains, and all things to aid the poultryman we are prepared to supply your needs. Our HAY, GRAIN & COAL Department is always in shape to fill orders promptly. We also carry Bee Supplies, Stock Dip, Sulphur and Cotton Seed Products STRAIN BROS. PHONE LAMAR 9. aHßMß HMnaeeMUßHaßeaaaaaaaEiaaaaMMHMemai s MONARCH NO. 1 DIP [ 1 to 75 ■ Curt* Scabs, GiMeii File*, Sure Death to Line. Ortiflcat* of ■ Government approval on every can 5 THE BEST FOR S Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Poultry and Hogs ‘i USE IT NOW ■ Guaranteed by KoC. Chemical Concern, Lincoln, Nebr. Sold by ■ THE UP-TO-DATE DRUG COMPANY. LAMAR, COLO. Nlßriten Miles a Secorkl without a Jar, shock or disturbance Is the awful speed of our earth through space. We wonder at such ease of nature’s movement, and so do those who take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No griping, no distress, Just thorough work that brings good health and fine feel ing* 25c at N. N. McLean’s Old Reliable Druggist. For Sale—A few choice young mare*. Inquire of H. G. Lam son. Phone Prowers 260. Two rooms for rent, furnished or unfurnished. Bath and electric light. 600 south Sixth St. Phone Prowers 227.