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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, March 10, 1894, Image 3

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x time ago a child playing
in the streets of the north*
H . c tioo of Wuhiaflofl #m run
\y the horses attached to a fire
, while the wild steeds were
exer. i*od. He was tenderly
from the dirty street by the (
i -tculdered. kind-hearted fire-’
«».< 'r,a«l unintentionally been
~,e of tho accident and under
--ocal supervision removed to
• .r.jurie* which the child re
i were of such a serioti* char
that he was compelled to re
,c the hospital for several
t tut finally it was decided best
D o»t him to hi* home, where he.
; rw-eive the attention which
e givrn only by a loving moth
irverai nays after his arrival at
otne, the several members of
»m:!y detected the smell of
r'lit frequent intervala Not
where it originated, they
tc investigate the matter, but
r«* ghbor* also detected the
aisfter an investigation, dts
.that a fire was raging be
itr two houses. They immn
. dispatched a me«4«*ng*r to
,• a arm. and after much im
. waiting w**rc rewardod with
cbt of the angine ooming down
m: among m uch clamor and
"Pi* foreman directed on**
to vi ter one house and another
hr the othc*. The family of
rttiui. totally unconscious of
• u going on *« engaged in
f s meai. and the sick boy was
when the tiremen rushed in
. rried u petalra
the second story they burst
• - :e so full of smoko that ob
» re • ardly disc* rouble and the
rb*re was in a suffocating con-
The foremost of the firemen.
>*■■•« of habit scrutinized the
d March of any thing that
, be injured by the smoke, when
cetcred the form of a human
>y.bf on a couch lathe corner.
Ir wrapping a qaanlily of bed
• arouni tne person he lifted
i hi* strong arras and quickly
tun t© a more pleasant and less
re-* part of the house. After
rr had been extinguished the
tr his way down stairs to
s thr rescued was getting along,
as ushered into the room. The
r ran about surmise what is
to follow, but he can also
tn.agioe the astonishment of
*• xan when he discovered that
•r*-o he had saved was the
he had almost killed several
*4*o out In the street
•Umvlm K«r:a H ••«**•
he wry middle of the Atlantic
at about the place where the
y fifth meridian from I.ondon
• the equator, there is a spot,
•rath the waves. which is
t continually agitated by tub
• earthquake shocks. These
t*o of such violence as to hurl
'-ms* of water high In air
r-ake waves that are a stand*
to vesreis coming In that
• uUlrtlMi bf MwMsrsasst
die Berlillou system of idcutlfl*
the length and width of the
a « taaeu. also the length and
of the left middle and little
• the length of the left foot,
eft forearm. o( the right ear.
• -ght of the figure, the meat*
nt of the outatretched arms
the trunk when seated. It is
hat no Instance of all these
reroenta coinciding tn two per
ijw ever been known.
I*»wr Mmmli mt rvselM Case
English girl has been awarded
• damages In a breach of prom*
sc. The peculiar feature of It
t the man was already married
hs proposed to her and yet was
r.eet In the matter that he
Lard to have her join tho Pres
ist- church to whiuh he be
u and to renounce her own
the Homan < atholic
*“ W *‘““*'*H
"A|V y . 1 * in CO., $1,500,000. h
bc . 'ocmted at South St. |> lu | a i<
It* Icosth .ill ho
T 1 fet '. four 150 fool .pan,, , n J ,
iil| W IT” ° f Tf* o ,Mt The bri^«
Tho mV’Y* I *. b> : th - Kurlington,
Chi™ *k" * *“• »od th.-
> dT*. 4 K *° M " 1 lt)r 11 win »fforU
* • , rect •J ltr *»« W the packing di».
tnet* of South St. Paul 5
n * A P * *• I. Mliw.au...
*•» ta m InaWa cra.k
~ "»arss
au K .T* ,n •“▼••ligation of
h * oooducl h.i been ordered. Went U said
il»W* **» b. bad dune to and
h ‘“‘' U< : h •^ Uon »*• utnurr to restore
ZZXrHEir™' < aptaJn Burton, who
{T*. oU J rwitanrd. w M a member of the A
L* Blleo U l*- hu cooipanj with mem
bert of the association fearing an uprlalng
WJ, Ue " “ U cl4,a^l by mmi! of
» mor • nervous friend* that the propos-
TS Investigation will reveal a plot to pack the
the*m° W,' ,n, ‘ ,p, ‘ r,, wl,h ®*"»bem of
the aali Cathollc orgnolxatlon.
IK J*? f ‘ n * kiu * b *» * (ood time but
tbe girl who u learning ha* her hsnd squeezed
the tighten
K i Vrac t f rotn historical lecture— In those
stormy time* the fate of German/ huiur upon
a •lender thread, but that alender thread «u
< harlcw the Fat -
There are man/ wa/a In which woman Is
man • superior For Instance, how easy It U
•or her and how Impossible for him to be
come a poetes*
The Hs.utllul Huskies.
The richest, the grandest, most a»e-in*plr
°* ranjre of mountain* In the known world
la the Koch/ Mountain range, extending en-
Urel/ across and beyoud the »iate of Colora
do. Grand old Pike s Peak, at the foot <>f
which la situated the marvelous t npple
t reek gold camp, la here That great na-
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JtoHmtatm AwstfaW. published at Denver.
Colorado established IS#?). Illustrates this
(rand *cenery each week, and teds all about
the wonderful West. A Is*., true stories of
love and adventure. Tht* btg weekly, con
taining eight Ikrge pages, forty-eight long
column*. will be rent on trial three month*
foe only ten 2c stamp*. Handsome solid
gold ring* *el with brilliant Kochy Mountain
fer** are given free as premium*.
Prominent jeweler* now affirm that the dia
mond solitaire ear-ring 1* going out Tbi*
•HI he . beenng news to ears that have never
fwwn able -to gel them
Ino World* a sir Photos for HI.
These beautiful pictures are now ready for
lellvvry la ten complete part* Id pictures
••mprislng each part and the whole set can
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pictures will he sent, free of expense, by mall,
to subscriber*.
Remittance* should be made by draft, tuoa
*y order or registered letter
la lower New York you must eat beef hash
n bee fb a*b lon abl»
Sri non vou "-w * weu I
S row Wood U ted. A fow bottle* ofS.9. a. will thorou«taljr cleona* the •yrtetn. remoto
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A who Un wd It tor n V
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fj- POWDER because they de- g|
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fjj DER is absolutely pure, goes js
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a • 1
The l.»tril Snake Story.
!*aid a well-known raconteur of snake sto
ries the other day to an editor, byway of a
wind-up to aeTeral good ones:
"I can’t call any more to tnlnd juat at pres
ent. My wife know» lota of anake atorfea,
but I forget 'em. By the way, though. I've
got a regular living curiosity down on my
place. One day my eldest boy waa anting on
the back atoop doing hla sum*, an be couldn’t
do ’em right. He felt something agatuat hla
face, and there waa a little anake curled up
on hia aboulder and looking at the aiaw*. In
four minutes be had done all tboae >uma.
We’re lamed hlin. »o he keepa all our ac
count*. aod he la the quickest head at
figure* y<m ever *aw. He’ll run up a
column eight feet long In three wecouds. I
wouldn't take a prize cow for him."
"What kind of a anake la bet" inquired the
editor eurloualy.
"The neighbors call him an'adder."
’•oh, yea, ye*! I’ve heard of the apeclea."
Thi Throat. —"/frown’* Bronchi-il Troth**"
act directly on the organa of the voice. They
have an extraordinary effect in all disorders
of the throat.
A headlong man la not a man with a long
P»y l»lrt hi rack
At Mercar in the Camp Floyd District. Our
pamphlet tells you all.
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Colo., or D. E. Burley, Oen'l Agt. U. P. Sya.,
Salt Lake City. L'tah.
A drinking man seldom gets out of breath.
Send two ’J-oent stamps to The Road Pub
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copy of The Road and one of their great Eng
lish Octopus maps free.
| Parties desiring to either buy or sell news
• papers will find It to their advantage to cor
j respond with .1. S. Temple, Box 1811, Denver,
i A profane Frenchman “beggars" descrip
; tlon.
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ttau. UaUMWOoucb Cun. St 91JM.
The open polar sea Is still an open ques
{ tlon.
'Hsmos’s Magic Cora Naive.**
I Warranted to rare, or money refunded. Ask
, yoar druggist for It. Price IS real*.
Out of pocket—the modern billiard ta

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