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SHE WAS NOT BUND
By GRACE K. SOSTWICK. Bm«un h• had 1ot«4 her a lw| time, ha haaltatad about tailing bar With tha diraot dlrlnatkm of a worn aa*a Intuition, aha surmtssfl tha truth. Ha bad baan trailing all about tha rahfsot for aararal momenta, Waiting the necessary oourage. She took tha matter In hand calmly. "Why don't you tell me, Day?" aha asked Quietly. He started and looked at her unoomfortably. She smiled "Is it sure, this time?" her roloa was low and area. Thera was not tha slightest suggestion of a scene in the atmosphere. He pulled himself to* gether with a Jerk. "Meg," he said softly, “you're a wonder! How did you know?" "How could I help knowing?" she asked. "I am not blind." "But I thought—l hare baan Jhst the same," he Insisted. "Tour heart was not In It, that was all," she replied sadly. "She Is not like you," he said heal* tatlngly in response to her questions "She Is little and pretty and needs someone to care for her." Margaret started. Had It gone so far already! "I was not attracted toward her at all at first," he explained, "but Shs seemed so helpless and I got In the way of doing little things for her. 8h« has the sweetest smile and she is— O, hang It all, Meg! don't make a fel low tell you such fool things!" he blurted out uneasily. "Tou need tell me nothing unless you like, boy." She used the Rttls name unconsciously. "Tod know you are not bound to me in the slightest way. When are you to be married?” He flushed hotly. "She Is rery lonely and she Is only waiting until I can see my way dour to—" "Then you were watting my sew sent?" Her tone was cold. "By all means, let it he at once. Delay no longer." He looked at her compassionately "I knew it was going to be hard sa •he Mood Erect. you,” he said remorsefully. "I am a brute, Meg. I hated to tell you worse than—" "Tou are very considerate." it was not quite a sneer, though he winced at the tone. "Tou will be we must always he the best of friends, Meg." he hall questioned. Bhe smiled bitterly. "Mends? Why, of course; we could not he less, could we?" "And you will come to see her and visit us and be quite the same?" There was a note of anxiety In the man's yolce that touched her. "I can’t promise," she said quietly, "for 1 am going away. 1 had meant to tell you before, but I, too, hated to hurt you." The sarcasm was lost on him. "We hare been such chums—such comrades!" his voice broke a trifle. "It Is hard to say good-bye." "Tea, It Is hard." she assented gravely, but without spirit. There was a long pause. "May I kiss you once more?" he asked haltingly. She looked at him long and searchlngly. "O, you men, you men!" she ex claimed with sudden passion, as she looked deep Into his eyes with bitter ness of soul. "Tou take all we Imre to giro—all—and still —" there was a sob In her throat—"lt's a little game to you," her rolce was steady once more. "A little game that you play to the end —and the end Is whenever the fancy dies —that is all!" He start* sd miserably to explain. "No, you may not! Do you think 1 would bare the caresses that belong to another? lam not that sort. Tou are tree to go to her—it Is all right! I can say no more. O, go, go, tor mercy's sake, go!” She stood, dtuwu to her full height, superb, queenly In her womanly dignity. He hssftatsd yet tor a moment, looking helplessly into her tooe that had lived In his consciousness tor three short—fee and happy yearn then he tumod si lently and left tha room, sin Mag the door behind him. •Ceprxight hr Dally Mar hh On) SUMMONS State of Oolorado, Cotinty of Proware, an. . In the Count*’ Court Amelia K. Schmidt, Plaintiff, ea. SUMMON* 1.. .Wirt Marknam and H. Bmarnon, Defendants. The people of the State of Coloj-ado, To L. Wirt Markham end H. Emerson, the Defendants above named. Greeting: You are bereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the Count> Court of Prowers County, State of Col orado. and answer the complaint therein within twenty days after the service hereof. If served within this County; or if served out of this 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 tha complaint In the above entltlea action be pot nerved with this summons, or if the service hereof be made out oi this State, then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for ap pearance and answer will be allowed be fore the taking of Judgment by default as aforesaid. The said action is brought to quiet title in plaintiff as against defendants and each of them, and any and all per son or persons claiming or to claim under said defendants and each of them in and to the following described real property, situate, lying and being in the County of Prowers and State ol Colorado, to.wit: Lots Five (5) and Six (6) in Block Forty .seven (47). in the West Side Addition to the Town, (now city) of Lamar, Colorado, and al so the South 100 feet of Lot Seven, O), In Block Thirty-three (33). in the Original Town (now City) of Lamar, Colorado, as said pieces or parcels ot real property are shown by the plats thereof, recorded In the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Prowers County, Colorado, together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, as will more fully appear from the com plaint In said action to which reference la here made; a copy of which is hereto attached. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear, and to answer the said complaint as above required. the said plaintiff will take Judgment by de. fault to be entered against you as prayed in said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of said court at Lamar, bn said County, this Bth day of September. A. D. I*l* C. B. THOMA.N. Judge and Acting Clerk. (Seal) First pub. October 9. ISIS. Last pub. Nov. 6. 1813. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION U. a‘2KßW*cir: l “.!SiS. C-. September t, mi Notice Is hereby given U»at Eugene I* Moore of Lasur, Colorado, who da vuns: tsrtr jru BWI4 sad SB* of Section SI. Town, mtp Si 8. Usage m W. Sth P. Meridian. the lead above flsserlSsfl. before uie Mt at l.tMar. Colorado; Harman Am. SSjJteX Dumtela. both of |iu. Him M. warruai^ NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Colorado, county or nawA sa In tha County Court to Probata Tha Peopio of tha State of Colorado. T# OoUlieb Keyber. Catherine Wise man, Carolina Uofer, Louise Korkamp. Carl lteyher and Frlsdericka Epper. specher. Greeting: Whereas, it has been ntads to appear to the County Court of Prowers Coun ty, In the State of Colorado, that you the eald GottUab Key her, Catherine Wiesman. Carolina Holer. Louise Kor kamp, Carl Reyher and Frlsdericka up pers pec her. and each of you are hetis at taw. legateea and dsviseec of John Jacob Hay her, deceased, and that you and each of you hath gou« out of this ■tats and now reside out of this state: Now. Therefore. In accordance with the pprovisions of the Statute in such csss made and provided, aud by or. dor of Court duly made and entered, you and each of you. are hereby uotllieu that an instrument of writing purport, ing to be the last will and tesiaiiMuii ot the said John Jacob Keyher. decease*!, waa presented to said Court for pro bate on tha 2Vlh day of August, A. i>. 191\ by William Keyher, residing at and near Lamar, Prowers County. Colo, rado; that the said decedent gras at the tima or hla decease a resident of Prowers County, Colorado, his post of office address being Lamar, Colorado; that the aald decadent, according to the said alleged will devised and be. queathed hla property In the words and figures following, to.wit. "First. After all rap just debts are paid and fully discharged. 1 will and Bequeath, unto Jacob F. Keyher. Freo Keyher, Catherine Wlesman, Gottlieb Reyher. Caroline Hofer. William Key. her. Frtederika Epperspecher. Louise Korkamp. Carl Reyher. and Key her (who being my well beloved child ren). all my property both real estate and personal property. It Is my will and Desire, that the same shall be divided and distributed among the eald above named children In equal proportion. Except, that by reason of a certain neglect on the pert of Louise Korkamp falling to pay ano deliver a certain sum of money, which Mild failure and neglect has caused to me and through me to my heirs d greet lose In view of this fact I now desire that the eald Louise Korkamp shall receive One Thousand dollars 1 (91009.0 S) less as her portion of said, estata that la |IOB.M shall be de- ! ducted from har equal proportion as above stated and the said 91000.00 shall ba divided equally between the other heirs as above named.” Tou and each of you are hereby noth fled to be and appear before said Court at tha County Court Room In the Court Houa# In Lamar, In the County or Prowers. In the State of Colorado, on the 20th day of October, A. D. 191*. then And there to attend the hearing and probate of the eald alleged last wn and Testament of the aald John Jacob Keyher, deceased, and further do and perform what shall then, by «aiu Court be required and adjudged. In Witness Whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal oi said Court at my office In Lamar, In said County, this loth day of Septembei, A. D. 1918. C. B. THOMA.N. Judge and Acting Clerk of the County Court of Prowers County, Colorado. (SEAL) First pub. Sept. 17. 1918. Last pub. Oct. 19, 1919- The Family Cough Medicine In every home there should he a bottle of Dr. King’s New Discov ery, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contracts a cold or cough. Prompt use win stop the spread of sickness. S. A. Stid, of Maeon, Mich., writees, "My whole family depends upon Dr. King’s New Diaoovery as the best cold and cough medicine in the world. Two 60c bottles cured me of pneumonia." Thousands of ilies have been equally benefited by and depend entirely on Dr. King’s Newj Discovery to cure their colds, cqughs, throat and lung trouble. Ev ery dose helps, price 6ftc and fl. All druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louie . 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