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Sunset Hour by Raone Anquetii Jlimnv JurrfiN.ni looked across the cardtahle at Kitty MittMfulrs while she studied the cards she • 11 long and search I ugly, looked admlrin:: ly as well, for Kitty Mnr»tuirs was certainly good to look upon. He had lino n Jedi o Mi rsti intimately at Yale, and liked him im mensely a big, handsome, clern aouled sort of chap: general ad-around good fellow, good mi st tnlv. '•ports and play His marriage to Kitty dad been the culmination of u romantic love affair, and Jarredsoii shared the "pin ion of their social world thinking that the matrlHge would • an Id.-ally hap py one. Just three lii"iilh< had the happi ness lusted. Then Kitty, accompanied only by tier uunt. had gone to Aiken for the spring sen->n —mid slipped away from there v»*r> «*u:« ti> and gone to some little olineure western town, where she had remained until now. when she had returned to her former social world —Its very latest dl\«*rere. Jedro Marstalr* h 'd lte«-n mnoiig 'lie nrst to Join the lighting forces. He had been “over the i* p and through letters received from mutual friends “over there” Jarredsoii learned that Idarstalrs had won the erolx de guerre for distinctive bravery under tire .. ing, by his quick "it and action, hi** entire company from slaughter. He had suffered severe persom ; Injuries, however, and upon Ids partial recov ery, had been Invalided home That day. Jarredsoii. during a few hours' stop-over iu the city route from Washington to attend the dame his wife was giving ilut night at their country home, hud run Inm Mar stairs. and not knowing that Kitty was among his wife’s house guests, had Insisted upon Marwtalra coining home with him Mrs. Jarredsou always had a wel ceine for any If Jimmy's friends, but thare was consternation In her eyes when she saw who the unexpected guest was -It's all right, deur.” Jltuiuy had a* sured her. confidently. “Jedro didn't want to come on account of the hoi Is* party; but 1 Insisted, explaining that they were all leaving tomorrow, and that we'd have a quiet, restful week end together lit finally greed stipulating that he'd have dinner tu his MAKING THE BASf'OM JAM A Beane From “Turn to the Right, at Chautauqua. LALKANT THE MAGICIAN Mystery, Music and Magic, at Chuutuuqua STARTS SATURDAY, JULY 8th room- tonight tttld he allowed to es chew the dance.” The explanation hud pacified Mrs. Jarredsou. and she hud gone down to dinner carefree and happy. I muring w as not to begin until late. The guests had an hour of freedom and were generally scattered. Kitty nt the end - r the .aid game thought she would like a stroll through the beautiful grounds, and ran upstairs f*.r h cape. All out-of-doors \- as bathed In the light of the extra hour of day. and Kitty chose the flower-banked wind-' lug path thill led down to the rlvei At the last turn in the roud. at a point from where one could, most enjoyiil.ly, wat.-l. tin* sunset, she found several very spacious garden chairs, und Into one slit* cuddled. She hated sunsets Why bad she come? And tonight- of all nights! The annivet>ar.v .»f her engagement to Jen. Just sneli another scene as this — the river hank, the garden chulr. Just big el -.- f.*r Ivv o ; the music of the softly lapping water, and the ra diantly beautiful glow «»f the setting sun : "The glow of her love be bud said “would never let the sun set in Ida life. It would he shining for him al ways in h< r eyes.” And she. loving deeply. ha<! believed him Ami all ih. time, even after they were married, there was that other gill. Well, she thought bitterly, she hud shown Idin. The Increasing twilight warned her that she must 'return. With heud held high, she strode up the path with ilia air of an Injured queen. And there he fore hei : There- at the curve of the road watching the sunset —wan the material form and semblance of tier thoughts. Was it an apparition, or whs it Jedro In the flesh? Her inarticulate ••O-o-oli!” caused Mtu to in qulci.lv. With bared bead and rigid dignity he stepped aslds, waiting for her to puss. But Kitty stood im ilonic-- Ids eyes holding hers. lie t 0... -lie ibought, had remem bered lids night's sunset. And why? The next in-tant the fur cape had slipped from her shoulder- to the ground lie -prang forward to restore It. For a second he held It Irreso lute! v then, replacing It upon her shoulders, crushed her in his ami". “Kitty. Kitty, lie murmured, “lova of my heurt, why did you not trust me?' “Jeddy—don't—don't—reproach me." Kitty cried brokenly. to**, have suffered. Itecause of my pride, but Jedd v she -aid almost whispeiingly. “I've always loved you—loved you Dovi I truly think, when my anger agaln-t you was deepest." lie kl-sed her in answer. KI--ed liei hungrily- again and again “We'll liegln anew, dear one." he said, 'and now at this our sunset hour well solemnly promise each otl e> nev. a c*lu to l«t the sun Ml an our auger.** A BIT OF COMEDY PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, A. W. Heyer, vvnose addrcmi ih I.ninar. Prowers County. Colorado, grantor by his Trust Deed, dated Aptfil r.‘th, 1920. and recorded May Ist, 1920. in the office ot the Clerk and Recorder .if Prowers County, Colorado. In Rook 12ik at Pug. 54f>. of the records of said County, conveyed to the Public Trust** of -aid County the lollowing land in aid County, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter (NEV*) of Section Twelve (12). Township Twenty one «21>. South. Range ; Forty-seven t 47) West of the Sixth Pi im-ipal .Meridian, containing One Hundi -d Sixty acres, more or less, in trust to secure the payment of one l principal not. of even date with said Trust Deed for 5700.00. payable to the order of Edward C. Stream, three years! .il l. i date w iih Interest tin reon from date at the late of seven per cent per annum payable annually And Whereas. Default ha. heel. ncd. by the -aid grantor in said Trust Deed In ilie performance of the covenanisj and conditions imposed upon him by the. jinn* of said Trust Deed In this, to wn Th.it said gnu.lor has Tailed to pay the interest due on said principal note and the taxes. And Whereas. The legal holder of the indebtedness represented by said note I. .s filed vviiii said Public Trustee notice ..ml demand in writing, declaring said default and electing to declare the Whole debt represented by said not. md interest thereon to date of sale due ,i.i payable, and demanding the sale of said land under said Trust Deed. Now Therefore. Public Notice Is here by given that, pursuant to said notice. . l. . t i.• 11 and d.-mund. and under and by virtue or the authority vested In me hv said Trust Deed slid tin* law. I. .1 KusHcll Mayfield. Public Trustee of said Piowcrs County, will sell tin above Je • ribod land for cash, at public auction. | to the highest bidder at tin- west front door of th. County Court House. In La mar. In the County of Prowers and :md State of Colorado, on Monday, the 17 1 h duv of July A. D. 1922. at 10 o'clock m tli.- forenoon for the purpose of pay ing :,ald note. Interest to date of sale r.nd Ih- . xpenaes of this sale, and will civ- to th* purchaser thereof h cert If i cute of purchase therefor as provided by law. .... Dated June 12th, 1922. J. RUSSELL MAYFIELD puhin Trustee of Prowers County. Colorado. . .... Fit-t Pub.. June 14. 1922. 1 ,*»1 i nh . July 12, 1922. Notice of Application to Lease state Land. Office of the State Board of Land Commissioners. Denver. Colo.. June 30. 1922 Notice Is hereby given that Marsenit I McMlHen. whose poatofflce address Is Carlton. Colorado, has msde application No B-1011 to lease the following d**s ■rlin'd School Lands, situate In Prowers County. Colorado, to-wit: All of Sec. 16. Twp. 24 S. Range UW. (C.rnxlng application). Noth.- I-* further hereby given Hist ill other persons desiring to file an application to lease nil or any part of this tract of land must file *»tn; In t>, • office prior to August .192- no other application to lease the above described lands will be considered after snld dste rjEOROE RTF. PH Alt. Register State Rosrd Land Comrn'rs First Pub July R 1922. T.*st Pub . July 26. 1922 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the inteiior t*. S. office at Umar. Colorado. • J *Not ice in hereby given that Olie Bert] Um*nil.-« l. *»f 1-Mmar, Colorado, who. on November 19. 11*17. mad. Homestead .nlr>. Su tur '"<» >• £ J-'* N\v 1 . .ii.i NE*« ot Action 31 Town m>, i P 2 1 South. Range 45 West, '*th Principal Meridian, has fib d notice of MMtalili'h claim t*> the land above dee crlbed. befor« the Register of the United States Land Office, at Uin.r Colorado on the 29th day of August. 1922. Claimant names as witnesses. Cecil Hollis. George l-ol*e. H. L Sim» ! l-.ui- 11. ppe .11 of Lamar. Colorado l' oUI V ' a. L RBAVERfiL Reglstei j First Pub.. July 5. IMI - Pub . Aug 9 19>2 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION V (MIL c. run 7 Department of the Interior. 1. S. Land Office at Lamar Colorado " Notice Is hereby given that Charles | 11 M Cull> of Johnson City. Kansa !• 1 .. .... May 10. 1919. made homestead entry So 02630*. for SH.BwUoj. Township -’5 8 Range 45 W 6th Prlr. Meridian, has filed notice of In tent lon to make final three year proof i. establish claim to the l»nd above J.,crlbed before Register and Rccolv er U 8 Land Office, at I^a mar Colo rs.!.. on the 25th -day of July. 1922 Claimant names as W E Walker. 8 W Miller Clarence Miller, ft R Russmlsel all of I*amar. Colorado A u nEAVERS. Register First Pub May SI. IM* Last Pub , July S. 1il»- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U S (.and Office at Lamar. Colorado. "noMc- 1 Is hereby given that James O Baird of I-amar. Colorado, who on August 14th. 1918. made homestead Serial numb.i 025734 for WJi Sm 23 and on Aug 17. 1921. made \dd Hd Entry No. 027793 for the N 4 N'EV; Sec 27 9H BE4 Sec. nil In Township 25 South Range 47* West (th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final three vear proof, to establish claim to the Isnd shove described before Rev i.ter or Receiver United States Und r.fTlr.. at Lamar Colorado, on the 21st dav of Julv 1922 Claimant names as witnesses A J Shetler of Lamar Colorado i Route R W M Wilson, of Lamar. Colorado Star Route. ATlore T Wilson, of Lamar Colo rado Star Route Fra nt- C T.omp of Color-o. Route \ \ L RF VVERS Rectster r*l r-t Rub Mov ?1 19?2 T ost Pith Tulv 5 19?*» NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. L S. Land Office at Lainar. Colorado. May 19. 1922. Notice is hereby given that Ivan k. Kincaid, of Lainar. Colorado. Route A. w ho. on April 1. 1919. made atock-rals- Ing homestead entry. No. 026094. for S' 84. N 4 BEL. 84 NE4 Sec. 14. w"4 NW4 Sec. 24; 84 NWJ4. BW>„ Section 13. Township 27 South. Range West. 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final three year proof, to establish claim to the land shove described, before Reg ister or Receiver. United States Land Office at I-a mar. Colorado, on the 27th dav of July. 1922 claimant names as witnesses- M. A. Tillman, of Umar, Colorado Route A. Fdd Wilson, of Deora. Colorado. c. 8 Scott of Lamar. Colorado. Route, Desn Draper of Lamar. Colorado Route A A L. BEAVERS. Register First Pub May 81. 1922 La at Pub . July 6. 1122. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Laud Office at Lamar. Colorado. May 20. 1922. Notice ib hereby given that Verner A Nelbon, of Luumr. Colorado. Routc "B". who. on December 19. 1919. made homcMieitd entry. No. 020958. for South east Quarter (BEL). Section .'>3. Town ship 23 S.. Range 45 \\ .. oth Principal Meridian, hus filed notice of intention to make final three year proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed. before the Register and Re ceiver of the United States Lund Office, at Lamar. Colorado, on the 15th day u! August. 1922. Claimant names us witnesses. Ross M. Curry, of Lamar, Colo. • 'buries Cl. Staples, of Granudti. Cob* Charles Goodwin, or Lamar, Colora-tlu. Route “B." Ralph Durland. of Lumur. Colorado Route "D." A. L. BEAVERS, Register First Pub.. June 21. 1922 Last Pub.. Julv 20. 1922 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION .N OTIC Is foil I'iiu.avinM Department of the Interior 1' S. Laud office at Lamar. Colorado. June 20. 1922. Notice is hereby given that John E. Anhhaugh of Lamar. Colorado. Route "A." who, on August 3, 1917. made Home stead entry No 024535 lor the SWL. S', NW •* of Section 9. Township 27 8.. Runge 4H West. 6th P. M.. and who on June 13. 1922. made Additional Home- , fiend entry No. 028307 for N*, NWI4, Section 9. Tow nxhip 27 Soutii. Range 1 in West. oth Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three .war Proof, to establish claim l<> the iiind above described, before the Reg | islet of the United States Land Office, at Lamar. Colorado, on the 29th day of August. 1922. [ Clulinant names ar witnesses. C. E. Wattles. P. S. Bates. L. F. Bar ber. and C. C. Wattles, all of Lamar, Colorado. Route “A.” A. L BEAVERS. Register First Pub.. July 5. 1922 Last Pub. Aug. 9 1922 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office at Lamar. Colorado. May 17. 1922. Notice is hereby given that George 11. DeVault. of Caddoa, Colorado, who, on January 3. 1920. made homestead entry. No. 027008. for Lots 3. 4 of See 1. und Lots 1. 2. 3. and 4 of Section 2. Township 2C 8.. Range 49 W.. (th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed. before the Register and Re ceiver of the United States Land Of fice. at I-a mar. Colorado, on the ?sth day of July. 1922 Clnlmant names aa witnesses: F W Hnuth. W. W. White. R E. White. H V. Alford, all of Caddoa Colorado. A. L BEAVERS. Register. First Pub May 31. 192* Last Pub July S. 1922 MONET TO LOAN We are now able to take care of your farm loans. Drop In and aee us. Taylor Si Frick. Eli W Gr egg, Mkt PIANO FOR SALE—A bargain 408 South Sth street. Rubber stamps; datera; seals. C. A. Hansen, 112H South Main Gall af ternoons. “Chance of a Life Time.** For Sale —leas than coat, Pueblo real estate home. Will pay for itaelf in rent. Hospital, hotel; big money makers Elizabeth Stewart. 125 W. 1 12th, Pueblo. Colo. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ROY T. HAGAN AUCTIONE E R Your Business Solicited. FARM SALES A SPECIALTY Phone at My Expense Phone 185-VV 701 South Third St Lamar, - - - - Colorado iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 We Invite You to Do Your Bank- | | ing Business With This Bank = We handle Checkin,. Savings and E Trust Accounts E E i SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES = ' 1 a | 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS r | t | Lamar National Bank a OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS C. M. LEE, B. T McCLAVE, M. J. McMILLIN A DEETER, W. W. COOPER. R. E. ADAMS i l biiii'iiiiimuniiMHH'miimmimiiHmHHiidiHHmmiiiiimminiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi'E' PUBLIC TRUSTEE’S SALE Whereas, A. W. Heyer, whotte address la Lamur, Prowcra County, Colorado, gibiitor by his Trust Deed, dated April 29th, 1920, und recorded May Ist. 1920. in the office of the Clerk and Recorder ot Prowers County. Colorado. In Book )2L, at Page 644 of the records of Maid County, conveyed to the Public Trustee of said County the following land in said County, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter iSDV») ot Section One (1) in Townahlp Twen ty-one (21). South, Rang< Forty seven 147) Weal of the Sixth Prln cipal Meridian. containing One Hundred Sixty (160) acted, mote oi less iu trust to secure the pay incut of oiir principal note of even date with ->« Trust Deed for (700.00. pay üble lo the order of Albert K. Stream, three ycaio urtor dale with interest thereon rrom date at the rule of seven per cent per annum payable aitnuuiiy. And Whereas, Default bus been mad* by ilia said grantor in said Trust Deed in Ibe performance of tiie covenants and conditions imposed upon him by the terms of sutd Trust Deed iu this, to-wit: That said grantor hua railed to pay the interest due on said prin cipal note and the taxes. And Whereas. The legal holder of th* indebtedness represented by said note bus filed Witt* said Public Ti ualee nutlet and demand in writing, declaring said default and electing lo declare the whole debt represented b> said note i atid interest thereon to date of »eie duo I and payable, and demanding the sale ' of said land under said Trust Deed, Now Therefore. Public Notice is her.- |b> given that, pursuant to said notice, election and demand, und under and by virtue of the uulhorily vested In mu by said Trust Deed and the law. 1. J Russell Mayfield. Public Trustee of Jaid I'iowers County, will sell the above described laud for cash, at public auc tion. to the highest bidder at the west front door of the County Court lious<- i in Lamar, tn the County of Prowers . State of Colorado, on Monday, the 17th day of July. A. D. 1922. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon Tor the purpose of pay ing said note, interest to date of salo j and the expenses of this sale, and will give to the purchaser thereof a certlti cate of purchase therefor as provided by law. , Duted June 12th. 1922 J. RUSSELL MAYFIELD. Public Trustee of Prowers County «'olorado. First Pub., June 14. 1922 Last Pub . J :y 12 1922. NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY. Estate of Andrew J Viller. Deccan* ] No. 2192. All persons having claims aga!: t said estate are hereby notified to pr - sent them for adjustment to the Coun ty Court of Prowers County, Colon, on the 24th day of July. A. D 1922 JAMES K. DOUGHTY. Administrator First Pub., June 21. 1921. Last Pub.. July it. 1932. MONEY TO LOAN We are now able to take car* of your farm loans Drop in and see us. Taylor Si Frick. Eli W. Gregg, Mgr. LOST—Ore white Cheater White Sow. weight 150 pounds Finder Call The Register Office. Libera! Reward. fiWHSTIPWSTI I %DTo night 111 ts lona and strengthen the organs ef dlgastlon and •Nmlnalisn, Improve appetite, step siek heed so hoe. relieve toll lowoneea, ear reel constipation. They set premptly. pleeeantiy. i mildly, yef thoroughly. i Tomorrow Alright W. A ZIMMER DRUG CO.