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GIVIS RELIEF AT ONCE.
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Restores the Senses of Tosto and Smell.
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have recommended it to a uurnbor of
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crutcues, able to perform a great of
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at LH. Myers,
Couching Spell Caused Death
“Harry Duck well, aged 25 years,
okoked to death early yesterdry morn
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wife and child, He contracted a slight
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attention to it, Yeaterday morning he
waa eelzed;with a tit of coughing which
continued for some time. His wife sent
for a physician but before he could ar
riue, another coughing spell came on
and Duckwell tiled from suffocation.—
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1.1001.”
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Mrs. Samuel Gage of North Bush, N. Y,,
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POLITENESS IS HIS UNDOING.
Collegian Unable to Restrain the GaL
lantry of the South.
“The worst fix 1 ever got Into on a»
count of booze,” said the Yale man
as half a dozen “grads” were talking
It over the other night, “was in my
home town In northern Ohio. I had a
friend, a southerner, whom I was
bringing home with me, and on the
train he got stingo before I realized it.
“When we got there I told him my
plan of campaign. I would walk to
my house (it was only a little way),
get him to my room on the pretense
that he was ill, and he wouldn’t see
anyone till next day, when he would
be sober. He had no objection. 'But
if we meet anyone on the way,’ I add
ed, ‘and I have to present you, say
nothing except a “Glad to meet you,”
and keep away so they won't smell
your breath.’ He promised. We met
a queen—a so-called society leader—
and 1 had to stop and present him.
He said, 'Glad to meet you,’ according
to schedule, and everything went
smoothly until we were just leaving
“Then drink got the better of him.
He raised his hat as we started to go.
'Madam.’ he said thickly to her, 'lt’s
been such a pleasure to see you on
the yacht this morning.’ And maybe
that society leader didn’t tell it.”—
New York Tribune.
VALUE OF A SUNNY SOUL.
Disposition More to Be Valued Than
The world ia too full of sadness
and sorrow, misery and sickness; It
needs more sunshine; It needs cheer
ful lives which radiate gladness; It
needs encouragers who will lift and
not bear down, who will encourage,
not discourage, says Success.
Who can estimate the value of a
sunny soul who scatters gladness and
good cheer wherever he goes. Instead
of gloom and sadness? Everybody la
attracted to these cheerful faces and
sunny lives, and repelled by the
gloomy, the morose and the sad. We
envy people who radiate cheer wher
ever they go and fling out gladness
from every pore. Money, houses and
lands look contemptible beside such a
disposition. The ability to radiate
sunshine is a greater power than
beauty, or than mere mental accom
Once a painter wove a web;
Wove a web of plowing Elory.
In and out the colors flashed;
Flamed and flicker’d: rose and fell.
Like a wond’rous spirit robe
In an eastern fairy story.
And the public looked and spoke.
With a wealth of solemn stricture,
“He must mean It for a Joke.
For It cannot be a picture.”
Once a poet flung a glow
From nls pen upon nls paper.
Sweet scents sprang from open buds:
Bounds rose high, then dropp'd and died:
Flames writhed red. like shreds of light
On a wind-blown altar taner.
And the people saw, ana said.
Ere they'd half perused the proem,
“He must have been off his head
When he called that thing a poem.”
Once n master wrote a score.
Great and grand and full of wonder.
In It was the Joy of life;
In It waa the grief of death:
Laughter and tne wall of tears:
Lightning gleam and crash of thunder—
And the many headed heard.
With a frown of deprecation.
As they murmured. "On my word.
What a mad conglomeration!"
Hat a Cause for Baldness.
There Is every reason to believe that
primitive man had a thick and abund
ant head of hair, and that this natural
clothing of the scalp Is diminishing
among civilized peoples, and will end
by disappearing altogether, which
would certainly not be advantageous
from an aesthetic point of view. The
cause of this disappearance of the
hair, according to the doctors, must
be sought In the very conditions of civ
ilization and In the customs It has
introduced. One of the customs es
pecially hurtful to the hair is the hat,
and, above all, the masculine hat; so
we see man’s hair suffer more than
The discovery of a means of meta
morphosing radishes into potatoes has
been made in so solemn a place as the
Academy of Sciences, Paris. M. Mol-
Hard takes a very young radish, “Pas
teurizes” it in a certain way, and It
grows up into a fine potato. More
scientifically, the young radish is cul
tivated In a glass retort, after a pro
cess Invented by Pasteur, In a enp.-.-n
trated solution of glucose. Starch then
develops plentifully in tlTe cells of the
radish, which swells out, loses Its pep
periness. and acquires practically the
consistency, flavor and especially the
nutritive properties of the potato.
Affliction of Lonesomeness.
Lonesomeness Is an affliction that
drives one to all sorts of remedies.
Your real victim neglects nothing that
will drive away the "blues” and let
the sunshine in. Even actual and ram
pant trouble is to be preferred to a
real indigo atmosphere of one's own
coloring. To escape the "blues” the
sufferer resorts to all sorts of
dients ranging from the pursuit of a
life partner or the acquirement of a
kitten, to indulging In a trip round the
World or purchasing a paper with a
Begin Early to Collect Feathers.
As soon as the baby daughter of a
German farmer can run alone she is
provided with a stout linen bag, mark
ed with her name. It la Intended a
the receptacle of all the feathers sh*-
can pick up, and the sooner the ba.
Is filled the more praise she receive
from her elders. When the bag :
quite full it is emptied Into a lprr>
one hanging in the garret, and ♦>«
feathers collected there are madr V
pillow-beds, quilts, etc.
New Statue In the Vatican.
The following story is told of the
women obtained an audience. When
♦he Pope came Into the room every
on? knelt down except an extremely
tall young woman of pronounced Pro
testant proclivities. The pontiff turn
ed to his secretary and said: ”It is
only too true thal my power Is dimin
ishing. There is a new statue In the
v&tican, and no one has told me.”
California Fast Mail
The Santa Fe’s new fast passenger train for California
Speedily and certainly—that’s the way Santa Fe
’Tin comfortable, though. There are free chair
cars and tourist and standard sleepers on this
train. *Tis for you to say which you’ll take.
'l’he time’s just the same for all.
I.eaves Lamar at 8:45 a. m. daily.
Other California trains leave attt:lo p. m., 2:35 a. m. and 5:25 a. m.
I’d like to talk with you about our California service.
Tell you why It In better than any other, uud what there Is to see.
1 have some descriptive literature that you ought to read. Free.
G. J. GARVIN
Agent The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry.
DO MEN KNOW WOMEN?
To What Extent the Sexes Are Able
to Understand One Another.
Edward Bennett has some witty re
flections In his "The Passing Hour"
notes In the English Illustrated Maga
zine. He says:
’’Solomon, the wisest of men," de
clared woman to be an enigma. He
appears to have studied the sex In
batches and to have struck an aver
age. He had scarcely time to study
the individual. “But many an hon eat
Darby who possessed a heart has un
derstood more than one Joan. If It
la possible to lay down a general prin
ciple in such a matter. I should say
that where men have failed to under
stand women It was owing to want of
heart, and that where women bars
not understood men it was due to
want of Intelligence."
A a matter of fact. It is only In
rare momenta of self-abasement and
devotion to another that anybody
cares to admit he or she la under
stood. "'You don’t understand- mo
one little bit’ Is often the last despair
ing cry of a woman’s Injured prldo
to the man who Is revealing to her
the fact that ne knows everything,
oven that this cry ia a patent Insin
The man who laments that a wom
an cannot see how strong la his devo
tion, that she perverts and twists all
hla assurances Into something Quito
foreign to their original meaning, will
admit some day that she understood
him only too well, that hla was a no-’
ture which required opposition to stir
It Into activity, and what was mis
taken In the business was that he
himself was so easily comprehended.
When a man says that the motives
of a certain woman are unintelli
gible to him the explanation often la
that she has wounded his pride by
showing too plainly that she under
stands him and acts accordingly. *Tn
other words, her Intelligence prompts
her to act differently from /hat la
expected of the average woman In
similar circumstances, and this exhi
bition of Intelligence Is labeled by the
man as Incomprehensible. It Is hla
nasty pride which Is at fault all thn
time. And this applies just as much
In the case of a woman as In that of
a man. Men and women have been
deliberately Just In one an
other’s eyes for centuries, and the
wonderful thing Is that they under
stand each other so welL”
Bills Had Long Been Due.
It was the father of Caslmlr-Perier,
former president of France, who
called on the great painter. Corot, one
day and found him in the act of fin
ishing a picture. “A masterpiece,”
exclaimed the visitor. ”1 must have
it ” “It is yours,” promptly replied
Corot, “If you will agree to pay the
butcher and baker bills of my Illus
trious but poor friend, John Francois
Millet.” “Agreed,” said the patron,
well pleased. The bills were present
ed to him, and they amounted to
. nearly 46.000, neither butcher nor
baker having been paid for twelve
Sir Arthur Sullivan’s Error.
Sir Arthur Sullivan was at one time
greatly worried about what appeared
to him to be a bad Inconsistency in
"The Lost Chord.” Sir John Robinson
tells the story: “The words are: 'I
struck one chord of music like the
sound of a great amen.’ Now amen
Is a word of two syllables so that
there must have been two chords. He
did not notice this, he said, until after
the song had been sung In public, and
he was terribly afraid he would get
laughed at for It. Strange to say, no
body ever seemed to have found It
Burmese Lack of “Grit.”
Mr. O'Connor thus sums up the Bur
cese character: “The real fault of
the Burmese character lies In Its lack
of ’grit.’ Continuity of purpose, steady
determination, the faculty of depth—
these the Burman lacks. And the ex
planation simply lies In this—that he
Is racially still a child; a very clever
and promising child with great apti
tudes, with much latent power and
singular sweetness of character, but
with the faults, the passionate temper,
the cruelty, the want of self-control of
$112500 for a Prescription.
The largest sum ever paid for a pre
scription, changed hunds in San Fran
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volved in coin and stock 9112,500.00 and
waa paid by a party of business men for
a specific for Bright’s Disease and Dia
betes, hitherto incurable diseases.
They commenced the serious investi
gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900.
They interviewed scores of the cured
and tried it out on its merits by putting
over three dozen cases on the treatment
•nd watching them. They also got phy
sicians to name chronic, incurable cases,
and administered it with the physicians
for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven
per cent of the test cases were either
well or progressing favorably.
There being but thirteen per cent of
failures, the parties were satisfied and
closed the transaction. Ihe proceedings
of the investigating committee and the
clinical reports of the test oases were
published and will be mailed free on ap
plication. Address John J. Fulton
company, 420 Montgomery St. San Fran
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Fer detailed Inforwstlon, apply to
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T. A. JOHN, Qknenal agent,
Open-Air Bchool in Germany.
The town of Charlottenburg, near
Berlin, has an open-air school. Each
child brings his own cup and help*
to eook his dinner, peel the potatoes.
a succession of classes are
held Bn every conceivable subject
Tbs- school was attended during the
summer by 119 children, who were al
lowed a free railway journey daily.
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Wkm Bound. Hast Hound,
No. 1 235a. in No. 2 12 05 a. m.
No.S 1 10 a. m . No. 6 3 03 a. m
No. 7 5 2fi a. m. No. 8 12 15 p. m.
No. 9 a. m. I No. 10 p. in
No. 83-Prt 10 00 a.m. | No. 84-Krt 12 10 p. m.
No. 1 ia California uxpretia and in ak oh local
at* pi botwoAQ Lamar and La Jnuta.
No. sia Douvor exproßH, btopa on Hair at Las
Animaa. Carries froo chair car and Pullmans.
So. 7 is tho Mexico and California express.
No. 1 and No. 7 both caroy tourist anil Pullman
bleepers. No. 7 connects at LaJunta for Pueblo
Colorado Springs and Denver.
Train No. h 3 runs to La Junta and will accom
modate passengers for intermediate points.
No. 2 is through California express aud con*
nects at La Junta with a train from Denver car
ries passengor through to Chicago without
change. Has Pullman and tourist sleepers.
No. 6 is Deuvnr exnress and runs through to
Chicago without change. Carries free chair
car aud Pullman sleeper.
No. 8 is local passenger and inakos all stops.
Carries chair car and Pullman sleeper. Runs
through to Chica||ri#vithout change of cars.
Inquiries solicited aud promptly and cheer
fully answcrod. Descriptive literature and
time tables folders free by applying to
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PostofTlce Time Table
The following time table will be ef
fective on and after Nov. 18, 1904: Malle
close going east, 1*2:40 p. tn., going east
and west G:3O. Mails due from west
12:05, a. tn., 1:05 p, m.. 3:02 a. m.; from
east 2:35 a. m., 9:13 p. m.. 5:25 a. m.
Oflice open, Ba. m. to (1:30 p. m. Sun
days Bto 9 a. m. Money orders and
registry 8 to C, except on Sunday.
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Experienced in latest treatment
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Headquarters at McLean Bros.' Barn
Calls unswered night or day
Is clean, truthful,
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It prints more newt
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the best Interests of the
state and enjoys the
confidence and esteem
of all Intelligent readers
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C. C GOODALE
Attorney and. Counselor at Law
Office in Goodale Block
LAMAR : : : Of. LOKADO
~W. A. MERRILL
Office in Foley Bldg.
LAMAR - - - COLORADO
G. H. THORNE
Second Floor Folev-Bent Block
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Second Floor Ooodalo Building.
J. K. DOUGHTY,
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dr. e. s. WILSON
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*1 'HE body gets its life from
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Healthy digestion means pore
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upset the entire system. Improp
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