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Daily. Lamar. Colorado Daily. WkrtDodnd. Hast Hound. No. 1 2 85 a. m I No. 2 12 05 a. m. No. 5 1 15 a.m. No. 6 3 08 a. m. No. 7 5 26 a. m. No. 8 12 15 p. m. No. 8 7 05 a. in. No. 10 7 35 p. in. No. 81-Frt 10 00 a.m. I No. 8*-Krt 12 15 p. m. No. 1 is California express and makes local atons between Lamar and La Junta. No. 5 is Denver express, atopa on flair at Laa Animas. Carries free chair car and Pullmans. No. 7 is the Mexico and California express. No. 1 and No. 7 both carpy tourist and Cullman sleepers. No. 7 connect* at LaJuuta for Pueblo Colorado Spriugs and Denver. Train No. 88 runs to La Junta and will accent* modato passengers for intermediate (tbiuts. No. 2 is throUKh California extireaa and con nects at La Junta with a train from Dourer car ries passenger through to Chicago without chauge. lias Pullman and tourist sloepers. No. 6 is Denver express and runs through to Chicago without cliauge. Carries free chair ear and Pullman slooi»er. No. 8 is local passenger and makes all stops. Carries chair car and Pullman sleeper. Kuna through to ChicaAniprithout change of cars. Inquiries solicited and promptly and cheer* folly answered. Descriptive literature and time tables folders free by applying to ti. J. Garvin. Agen.t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Lamar. Colo. ) Aug. 27, 1804. C WOTICE is hereby given that the following ft named sottler lias filed notice of her inten tion to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will bo made before the Reg ister and Receiver at Lainar. Colo., on Thurs day, October 6, 1804. viz : Martha L. Swords, 11. K. N 0.5801, for the lot 1. neh nw and wX nek. sec 7 twp 23 s. rug 44 w. 6th P. M. Site names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vix: llonry Massar, E. W. llapt(install, John Crough, W. High hough, all of Carlton, Colo. a3l-«5 Joun A. Willi ash, Register. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS Office of the State Hoard ok Land Com missioners Denver, Colorado, Aug. 15, 1804. IOTICE is hereby giveu that The Salvation Army, whose iiostoflice address is Amity. Colorado, on Aug. 16th. 1804, made application No. 556 to the State Hoard of Laud Commis sioners to lease the following described lnt. Imp. Lands, situato in Prowers County, Colorado, to-wit: NX of BWX and NW* of SE X Sec. 3. Twp. 28 South. Range 43 West. No other applications to loaso the above de scribed premises or objections against the above application will bo considered after September 20th, 1904. MARK G. WOODRUFF. Register State Hoard Land Commissioners. NEW ZEALAND LUCKY STONES English Race Track Habitues Eager to Poeeeas Them. Since it was discovered, after SL Amant won the Derby, that his own er, Leopold de Rothschild, carried a New Zealand "lucky stone” In his pocket, among the smart set there has been quite a run upon Bond street Jewelers for them and they have been much In evidence at the Ascot meet ings. But those who have displayed such eagerness to possess themselves o t this emblem of good fortune lose sight of the fact that Leopold de Rothschild's faith In Us efficacy was not sufficiently strong to induce him to run SL Amant for the Grand Prlx and risk another encounter with Ed mond Blanc's horses. Like his French opponent, the sporting scion of the house of Rothschild backs his Judg ment and not his luck. However, fashionable Jewelers are catering to the popular fancy by laying in a stock of these pretty translucent green ■tones, carved to represent acorns, shamrocks, pigs, ducks and other va rious fantastic creations, and It Is not unlikely that they may “catch on" across the Atlantic. The native name given to the stone In New Zealand Is "Pounamu” and geologists know it as u species of slade. The Maoris usual ly wear It suspended around their nocks, and when thus carried It Is known as the “Hel Tiki,” or neck god. They credit It with marvelous powers against evil as well as great potency In bringing Its owner good lack. FOUGHT WITH BARE FISTS. British Sailor Filled Gap In Broken Infantry Ranks. Admiral Wilson of the British navy won his Victoria cross at the battle of El Teb in 1884. There was a gap In the square and five or six of the en emy made a vicious rush forward, at tempting to get inside. Capt. Wilson, who was present with the naval bri gade, advanced to meet them alone, but his sword broke endeavor to cut one of the Intruders down. Hereupon the officer, Instead of beat ing a hasty retreat, stood his ground and began bowling over the enemy with his fists. Either from the na ture of the ground or, as the record puts It, “the surprising nature of his attack,” Capt. Wilson escaped with • f*w wounds and was rescued by tne square closing up round him. Sir Red vers Duller describes the act as the moat dangerous he ever witnessed. Cloths for Presents In Japan. Of one singularly attractive and decorative detail of Japanese daily life little Is known in this country; yet it touchee all classes, from no bles to coolies—the use of present cloths. These are squares of all sorts of materials, from twenty Inches to two yards across. They are used to tie up the gifts which are exchanged on all possible occasions. After the presentation of the. gift the cloth Is removed and returned to the giver by a servant. These cloths are handed down from generation to generation, and among them are found some of the finest specimens of the old em broidery and dyeing. Many of the square pieces of Japanese embroidery used In this country for pillow and ta ble covers were originally used as cov erings for presents.—House BeautifuL Celerity of the Pianist. A pianist has to cultivate the eyes as to see fifteen hundred signs In •ne minute, the fingers to make 2.U00 movements, and the brain to under stand all these signs, as well as di rect all these movements. In playing Weber’s “Motto Perpetuo” a pianist has to read i. 451 notes in loss than four minutes, or nineteen a second, but the eye can receive only about ten consecutive impressions a second. 8o that In quick music It seems that a player does not see every note singly,Abut In groups, probably a bar or more at ate view. FEMALE WEAKNESS S 3 l-a Congress SL IBTLAMD, Maine. OcL 17,1901. I oonslder Wlno of Cardui superior to any doctor's medicine 1 ever used and I know whereof I speak. I suf fered for nine months with suppressed menstruation which completely pros trated me. Pains would shoot through my back and sidos and I would bare blinding headaches. My limbs would ■well up and I would foci so weak I could not stand up. I naturally felt diaoouraged for I seemed to be beyond the help of physicians, but Wine of Oardul oatne as n Clod-Bend to me. I felt a change for the bettor within a week. After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the agoniee 1 usually did and soon became regular and without pain. Wine of Cardui Is simply wonderful and 1 wish that all suffering women knew of its good qualities. Treasurer, Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of male weakness. Wine of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses, hearing down pains or any female weakness. If you are discouraged and doctors have failed, that is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardui now. Remember that headaches mean female weakness. Secure a $l.OO bottle of Wine of Cardui today. |WINE° F 1 |CARDUI 1 KILL the COUGH and CURE The lungs w> ™ Dr. King’s New Discovery ___ /Consumption Pries Fun I OUGHSasd 60c &$ 1.00 VOIDS Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LEB, or MONEY BACK. .VO BETTE RUNE THAN THE MONON ROUTE CHICAGO. INDIANAPOLIS A LOUISVILLE RAILWAY BETWEEN CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND THE SOUTH. Modern Equipment,Cood Road Bed Fast Time. Between Chicago, Indianapolis. Cincinnati FOUR TRAINS DAILY. Between Chicago and Louisville TWO TRAINS DAILY. FRANK J. REBD, CHAB. H. ROdWELD, tien. Paaa. Agent. Traffic Manager. ...Chicago... Now Mexico Territorial Fair, A1 berquerque, New Mex., Oct. 10 15, 1004. Bate round trip $12.00, date of sale, Oct. 0 to 14, Inclusive. Final return limit Oct. 17, 1904. Colorado State Fair, 20 30, Pueb 10, Colo, Bate rounu trip, $4.70, date of Sale Sept. 20 27 28. Final return limit Oct. 1, 1904. Woodmen of the World, Denver, Colo., Oct. 13 15, rate round trip $9.35, dates of sale Oct. 12 13. Final return limit Oct. 10. Fremont Co. Fair and Fruit Day, Canon, City, Colo., 21 23, rate round trip $0.70, date of sale Sept. 21. Final return limit Sept. 24. World Fair tickets —Fifteen day tickets may be sold at $27. Stop overs at Kansas City of 10 days on World’s Fair tickets May be allowed by depositing ticket with joint agent at Kansas City. Special round trip rates to Chica go and return June Ist to Sept. 30, 1904, rate $31.50 for round trip. Date of sale June 1, to Sept. 30 in clusive, linal return limit Sept. 31, 1904. Tickets may bo sold in one direction, either going or returning via St. Louis. Stopovers in St. Louis of 10 days .will be allowed upon deposit of ticket immediately on arrival ot one of the offices and payment of fee of $l. G. J. Garsin, Agt. Improve Your Horses The Prowers County Percheron Horse Company will f stand its magnificent Percherop Stallion BICHONNET 34938 at the North Side Lij/eky Barn in Lamar daily d^iringthe season This is a black horse, weighing 1825 pounds, and is reg istered in the Percheron Stud Book. ; Terms: $2O to insure living colt. WHITE’S Cream Vermifuge worm THE CHILDREN’S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. THE OENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY Bailard-Snow Liniment Co* •T. LOUIS, mo. C- LEE Real Estate, Loans, insurance, Notary Public. : : COLO. THE World’s Fair Routo OFFERS THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE TO ST. LOUIS. THE FRISCO SYSTEM TRAVERSES THE FOLLOWING STATES: Illinois Indiana Mississippi Kansas Arkansas Tsnnsssss Alabama Missouri Oklahoma Indian Tar. Texas. THE SOUTHEASTERN LIMITED, Leaving KniuM City nt 6.30 p. m. daily, will tnkn you to Kpringflelii, Mduphi«, 11 irin i n g tin in, Atlanta, Jacksonville aud all points in tha Southeast. Excellent route to all points North, Kast, South, Southeast and South- West. For detailed information, apply to G. W. MARTIN, GENERAL AGENT. Denver. Col. C. DRAKE, Dirt. Pabb’r Agent. •alt lake City. Utah. T. A. JOHN, General Agent, Butte. Montana. The Greatest System of Transportation in America is composed of “BIG FOUR ROUTE” NEW YORK CENTRAL, BOSTON & ALBANY. LAKE SHORE, PITTSBURGH & LAKE ERIE ERIE R. R , LEHIGH VALLEY, CHESAPEAKE & OHIO R. W. These lines operate MANY FAMOUS TRAINS over SMOOTHEST ROADWAY through the DENSEST POPULATION aud LARGEST CITIES in AMERICA. Connection with all Steamship Lines to and from New York, Boston Bal timore, Philadelphia & For folk. LOW TOURIST RATBS. Stop-overs allowed on all tickets at St. Louis, Niagara Falls, Lake Chautau qua, Wash ingtoh, D.C., and other points. WARREN J. LYNCH, General Passenger Agent. - Cincinnati, Ohio. W. P. DEPBE, Chief Assistant General Passenger Agent, Broadway and Chestnut Street. St. Louis. Mo. Others may not be mak ing Farm Loans now BUT I AM. Ten years time, Optional payments, 8 per cent interest payable annually NO COMMISSION Renew your loans now E. BENT PEPSO QUININE For Colds and La Grippe CONTAINS NO CALOMEL. Boyd’s Up-te-date Druq Store One Minute Ceugh Cure iif QsM|hi>6sMsBßiol l t^ji GO TO THE IMPERIAL Barber Shop and Bath Parlors On the Corner North of Depot. A sharp razor and a clean towel for every customer H. BOR DURANT, Prop C. C GOODALE ' Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in Goodale Block LAMAR : : : COLORADO W. A. MERRILL JK.ttom.e3r-a.t-Ija.lxr Office in Foley Bldg. LAMAR - - - COLORADO G. H. THORNE LAWYER Second Floor Foley-Bent Block Lamar, Colorado GRANBY HILLYER Attorney and Counselor at Law Lamar, Colorado. Second Floor Qoodale Building. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Lamar, Colorado. Office In Bent Blk., East Main Bt. DR. e. S. WILSON DENTIST Offices in east rooms on second floor of Irwin Building THB GREAT PLANS SANITARIUM 2d Floor Blodwott Bulldlns Will rooeivo a limited number of med ioal, surgical, gynecological and obstetrical cases. DR. FEWKEB Suet. JL m. HASTY, BE. D —Office — On Second Floor of the Good sle Block. IRAK. COLORADO J. H. HARDY, OSTEOPATH Offlea in N. B. Corner Union Hotel. Hoar* 9to 12 a. m. and 130 to 6p. m. Graduate A. T. Still School. Kirkville, Mo. Examination and eoaeultation free. D. W. ROBINSON AUCTIONEER. Criee Sales in all parts of the county. Satisfaction given. Terms reasonable Ua«r, Colorado. When in need of TREE, VINE orSHRUB which is rif ht in Quality, Variety add Price, see or write to T. O.STISSJL^ Lamar, Colo. LAMAR MARBLE WORKS E. L STEW AID, Prop. manufacturer of granite and marble MONUMENTS All kinds of Cut Stone Trim mings for Brick or Stone Houses furnished on short notice. THE LAMAR HOUSE J. W. MA6E, Prop. Firat-class accommodations for regu lar boarders and transients. The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP H. L. COMWELL, Prop. BAST SAW STRUT. FREE A $250.000 HOTEL: The “Imperial,” the Leading Hotel of Pueblo “The Pittsburg of the West,” to beCiven Away. • • i ' Are You to be the New Owner of this Magnfi= cent Hostelry? WHY NOT-WHY NOT Here is the Story of This Princely Offer to the People of the United States: R. C. Miller and H. G. Bahne, proprietors of the Imperial Hotel are offering their magnificent property in order to bring before the people of the United States the great resources of the*'r adopted city. At great cost they have had compiled a beautifully illustrated beek of Pueblo and Colorado. They want the millions of cili zens of other states to read and learn of the wonderful resources of their progressive city and state. To do this they have hit upou the plan of makiug every purchaser of one of these instructive and artistic volumes a pros pective owner of their great hotel property. It all depends upon the ingenuity of the pnrchasr of these books whether the great prize is to be bis. Eacjj purchaser has an equal chance He must most correctly answer this question: What Will be the Total Vote Cast for Office of I President of United Slates on November 8,1904? | The great structure is then his. To him will be issued a warranty deed to the property, building and grounds complete. He will be the owner and proprietor of the Imperial Hotel of Pueblo, Colo. Let every one who reads this unparalleled offer appreciate its vastness. THIS CONTEST WILL CLOSE NOVEMBER 7, 1904, MIDNIGHT, DAY BEFORE ELECTION Vote in Other Years: Show Us a man who never takes The I’opnlar Vote for Presidsat in the Year 1880 was 9,209,400, increase 9.47 per cent. A chance and we Will 1884 was 10,044,985, increase 9.07 pet- cent. Show You a man who will “plod" 1888 '* liH 11,380.860, increase 13.30 per cent. 1892 was 12,059,351, increase 5.96 per cent, as long as he lives. 1896 was 13.923,102, increase 15.45 per cent. 1900 was 13,959,053, increase .26 per cent. TISZ-© IDOXaXj-SS-ZSS Pays for Oae Years Subscription to the Lamar Register and one copy of the Souvenir Book, and von free the chance to win this magnificent hotel. The payment of tw » years subscription to the Register, either in advance or on old account, will entitle you to the Souvenir and guess free of charge. The official government figures will decide the winner of this great contest. SUBSCRIPTION BLANL. • LAMAR REGISTER., Lamar, Colo. Inclosed herewith find dollars in payment for years subscription to the Register and Souvenir Book of Pueblo and Colorado. Name Postofflce State My estimates of the total vote to be cast on Nov. Bth, 1901, for the office of President of the United States are as follows: 1 2 3 4 Make that visit to Kansas City on your way to or from the World’s Fair Stop-overs permitted on all World’s Fair tickets Issued by the Santa Fe G. J. GARVIN, Agt., Lamar, Colo., can tell you about it |/ A DYSPEPSIA CURE II M ■ m U M DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT ■■ ■ ■ H The SI .00 bottle contains 24 times the trial which sell* for SO cent*. H PREPARED ONLY AT THH LABORATORY OF ■ m ■ E. C. DeWITT A COMPANY. CHICAGO. UXr For Sale by I. H. MYERS