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PRINTER’S PSALM OF LIFE.
Tel line not in mournful numbers, Printers’ lives are only dreams— Statements only help the slumbers Of delinquents, so it seems. Debts are lon* ,and Time is fleeting. Appetite is bold and strong, VViwe and children still arc eating, But we cannot say how long. Trust no more—no, not another — Trusting is a game of chance, Even though it be a brother, Have him pay it in advance. Lives of Printers all doth show us Just what ours will be one day, If delinquents who now owe us Fail to come up with the pay. Let us then be up and doing. Let there be no game of chance; Have each reader when renewing. Pay his money in advance. —J. L. Martin, Hale, Mo. Colorado Springs.—Officers of the local associated charities report a great deal of suffering among set* tiers in the eastern part of Colo rado and Western Kansas who were in the drouth belt last summer. Con tributions of fuel and provisions arj being solicited. Boulder.—The unrest and disquiet in the northern coal camps is in creasing and Sheriff Capp has ex pressed alarm over conditions. He plans to add to his force of depu ties. Breckenridge.—Ruling that J. P. Bridley voluntarily assumed the risk when he went to work for the French Gulch Gold Mining company. Judge Caccnder yesterday dismissed his suit for damages. Bridley sustained a crushed foot while at work for the company. Canon City.—Convicted of a fe lonious assault, Dan Stratton, a ne gro. yesterday was sentenced to a life term in the penitentiary by Judge Wilkins. Greeley.—For alleged damage to 250 acres of land caused by seepage from the Riverside reservoir, Mrs. Emma B. Smyley has brought suit against the Riverside Reservoir & Land Company for $25,500. Colorado Springs.—Judge John E. Little of the county court will deliver the eulogy at tne memorial session of the local lodge of Elks here Sunday. Pueblo. —Claiming her husband wa« "all the time digging* up some p’n and all the time agitatin’," Mrs. Mattie Walker, a negress, yester day secured a divorce. Gunnison.—Slipping over the top of a quarry at Marble, Colo., Mito man, fell 150 feet to his death. The Palmer House and Store Buckingham, Colo. First class hotel accom modations. A new stock staple and fancy grocer ies at moderate prices • DORIE PALMER Proprietor Christmas Bags Made of Ribbons Ml # W % IB If Athena revisits her protegee, the ■pinners and weavers, the divinity must rejoice at the products of their looms. Even e goddess might wonder at the beauty and splendor of ribbons. In them the colorist indulges his dain tiest and most gorgeous fancies. This allows their nee in drees accessorise, giving to the toilette a touch of that "splendor dear to women.'.’ Just now the vogue of the fanny band bag (nearly all of them made of brilliant ribbons) helps solve the prob lem of selecting a Christmas gift. Bags sire always a good choice, but never so popular aa now. Six new ones are shown here, made of various kinds of ribbon No. 1 la a vivid rose-oolored confection made of brocaded and plain satin ribbon. Two panala of brocade are set together with a puff of the plain ribbons. The ribbon le rounded at the top and the edges and seams finished with tiny, bine Class beads, strung on a thread wire. A casing la ran In about the top and narrow satin ribbons serve to close and suspend the bag. It la finished with two little t>ead tassels at the Mdse. No. 2 is a bag of blade moire lined with deep purple faille ribbon. It la decorated with tiny roses made of ribbon in purple and old gold and fo liage In dpU green, sewed flat to the bag. Small black silk 'tassels finish the bag. It la suspended with nsimw pnrple satin ribbon terminating i> little roaettea of loops. No' 8 pictures a brilliant flmme-ooV ored bag made of four strips of satin ribbon and four of gold gauss ribbon. Narrow satin ribbon suspends the bat terminating In ends finished with a rosette at each aide. A tassel mads of the narrow ribbon finishes the bob tom. The bag la drawn up by an alas* Uc cord ran In a casing about the top No. 4. This lovely handbag la mads of brocaded faille ribbon showing dark red and pnrple rosea and doll green foliage, on a black ground. It le lined with dark red and bound with old gold braid. A loop on the flap faatena over a button covered with the gold braid. Gold thread taasala and a gold oord finish the bag. No. S. This new “aeroplane" hand kerchief bag la made of pink Dresden ribbon, with printed flowers. It con sists of six lengths shirred over rap porting wires. It le tied with narrow pink satin ribbon and suspended by this with rosettes of loops finishing the ends. No. 6. A beg of brocaded satin la lined with dark natler bine faille rib bon and finished with many loops and anda at the aides, of narrow' bine satin ribbon. It la drawn up at the top by a casing through which the narrow ribbon la ran. Julia* Bottom ley. News Items Wanted Are you entertaining visitors? What are their names and residences, when did they come and how long are they to stay? Have you been visiting? With whom, where, and when? Any friends or neighbors sick? What ia their trouble? Are yon building or otherwise im proving your property? Are your neighbors making improvements? Of p what nature, dimensions, approximate cost, etc.? How are the crops and crop pros- , pects? Are you or your neighbors breaking new ground? Have yon bought new stock or machinery? New neighbors? What name, form er home, occupation and present lo- * cation? Any weddings, births, deaths? Any parties, dsnees or other social events held or planned? In short, do you know of any hap- p penings of interest? Remember, what interests you will interest others. See our offer of weekly prizes for beet lists of items. For the present the editorial office of The Keota News will be at Fort Colins, and all copy for publication should be mailed to the address given below. Forms close at • p. m. each Thursday; therefore matter received after that time will be held until the week following. The Keota News Imb 6. Express Bldg. Fort Collins, Colo. Campb ell System Insures your crop against drouth Our experience in 1910 end 1911 has proved that good crops can be grown with less than eighteen inches of rain fall. Those who followed the Camp bell System in 1910 had a crop in 191 1. Don't Toko Any Bloks for 1912 (Campbell's publications explain the system. Campbell’s Scientific Fanner . $l.OO Campbell’s Boil Culture Manual $2.50 Combination price ... $B.OO Address CAMPBELL SOIL CULTURE CO., LINCOLN. NEBRASKA. When you write ask about thcCamp bell Correspondence School. Thomas Cowley Justice of the Peace and Notary Public Colections a Specialty. KEOTA - - COLORADO | N. D. WELLS Pyhyaidan and Surgeon Asiatmnt County Physician for n.e. | Weld County. KEOTA • • COLORADO | I. 8. GRIFFIN Attorney at Law and U. S. Commit, i atoncr KEOTA - - , COLORADO