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Ely’B Cream Balm This Remedy l« a Specific, •ur« to Clve Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It clsanaM, *nnth<w, heal*, nn«l protects tho diaaaaM membrane. It cures Catarrh and drivne awar a Cold In tho Hoad quickly. Itaatorea the Benue* of Twite and Smell. Eaay to nae. Containa no injurioua drug*. Applied into the noatrila and absorbed. Larue Size, SO rents at Druggist* or by Mail; Trial Biae, 10 cents by mail. * ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warren St.. New York. Kaop your bowels regular by the use of Chamberlain's HLomuch ami Liver Tablets. Thera is nothing butter. For sale by all druggists. A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad ucoident. r lo heal accidental injuriee, use llucklun's Arnica htolve. “A deep wound in my foot from so accident," writes Theodore Schuele, of Columbus, 0., "eaueed me great pain. Physicians wore helpless, but Hucklen s Arnica Salve quickly healed it.” Soothes end heals burns like mugio. Only 200 st all druggists. Won a Name of Fame Da Witt’s Little Early Kisers, the famous little pills, have beou made fiuuouH by their certain yet harmless ami gentle action upon the bowela and liver, they have uo equal for biliousness, couattpa Lion, eta They do uot weaken tho stomach, gripo, or make you feel sick. Once used always preferred. lhey strengthen. I. ii. Myers. Rheumatic Pains Relieved The excruciating poina oharauterio of rheumatism ami sciatica ure quickly re lieved by applying Chamberlain’s I’aiu Balm. The great pain relieving power of the linimeut hoe been the surprise and delight of thousands of sufferers. The quick relief from paia winch it i»r fords is alous worth mauy tunes its cost. For sale by all druggists. Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the viru lent poisions of undigested food, C. G. Grayson, of Lula. Miss.,.took Ur. Kings New Life Pills, “with tho result;’ he writes; “that 1 was cured." All stomach and bowel disorders givo way to their tonic, laxitiv# properties. 250 at ull druggists. The Right Name is Dewitt DeWitt's Witch llszel Salve, cools, soothes and heals cuts, burns, boils, bruises, piles uud all skiu diseases. lv. E. Zlokefooe*. Adolph, W. Va„ says: “My little daughter Imd white swelling so bad that piece after piece of boue worked out of her leg. UeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve cured her." It is the most wonderful healtug salvo iu the world. Beware of counterfeits, bold by 1. U. Myers. For a Weak Digestion No medicine oan replace food but 'Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets will help you to digest your food. It is not the quantity of food tuken that Civee strength and vigor to the system, ut the ttmouut digested aud assimilat ed. If troubled with a weak digeetiou, don't fail to give theee tablets a trial. Thousands have beau bsuetited by their use. They only cost a quarter. Sold by all druggists. Cheated Death Kidney troubles often ends fatally, but by choosing the right medieine, B. H. Wolfe, of Beur Grove, lowa, cheated death. He saye: "Two years ago 1 had kidney trouble, which caused me great Kin, suffering uud anxiety, but 1 took eotrio Bitters, which effected a com plete cure. 1 have also found them of great benefit in general debilitv anil nerve trouble, and keep them constantly on hand since, os 1 find they tiave uo oqual.” For sale by all druggists. A Tried and True Friend One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug, aud it has been curing coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough so long that it has provon itself to be a tried and true friend to the mauy who use it. Mrs. Gertrude E. Feuuer, Marion. Ind., says: “Coughing aud straimug eo weakened me that 1 ruu down in weight from US to 93 pounds. After trying a number of remedies to no avail. One Miuute Cough Curs eutirely cured me," Sold by I. H. Myers. Last Hope Vanished When leadiug physicians said that W. Al. Smithart, of l’ekia, la., had incura ble consumption, his last hope vanished; but Dr. Kings’ New Discovery for Con sumption, ooughß aud colds, kept him out of his grave. Us says: “This great epecitio completely cured me, and suved my life. Siuoe then, 1 have uged it for over 10 years, and cousider it a marvel ous throat and luug curs." Strictly eoisntitlc cure for oouglis, sore throats or oolds; sure preventive of pheumouia. Guaranteed, 500 and £l, bottles at all druggists. Trial bo teles free. About Rheumatism There are few diseases that inflict more torture thau rheumatism and there is propably uo disease for which euch a varied aud useless lot of rerno dies have been suggested. To say that it eau be cured is, therefore, a bold Staßmtnt to make, but Chamberlain’s Fern Balm, which enjoys an extensive ealk ha* met with great success in the treatment of this disease. One applica tion of Pain Balm will relieve the pain, and hundreds of sufferers have testified to permaneut curse by its use. \V by suffer wheu Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle? For sale all druggists. Forget About Your Stomach porvei adoui ioui If your digestion is bad and your vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be. they grow weak and invito dteease. Kodol Dyspep sia Cure digests what you eat. cures in digestion and all stomach troubles. \ ou forget you have a stomach from ths very day you begin taking it. This is be cause it gets o rest —recuperates aua gradually grows so strong aud healthy that it troubles you no more. L. L. Babcock. Amherst. Minn., says: "1 have taken a great mauy remedies for indi- Eiation but have found nothing equal to odol Dvsvepeia Curs." Kodol digests wkatyou’eat, cures indigestion, dyspep fjf, gour stomach, belching, heartburn and all stomach troubles. Its prepara-, tied is ths resut of many years of re search. For sale by I. H- My an. $112500 for a Prescriptich. The Inrgnst sum ever paid for a pro acription, changed hands in San Fran cisco, Aug. .’JO, 11)01. The transfer in volved in coin and stock $112,500.00 nnd was paid by a party of business men for a specific for liright’s Disease and Din betos, hitherto incurable diseases. They commenced the serious investi gation of the specific Nov. 15, I'JOO. They interviewed scores of tho cured nnd tried it out on its merits by putting over three dozen cases on tho treatment and 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. '1 he proceedings of the investigating committee and the clinical reports of the test cases were published and will be mailed free on up plication. Address John J. Fulton company. 420 Montgomery St. San Fran cisco, Cnl. Excursion Rates Lewis ami Clark Centennial exposi tion at l’orlland, June I lo 0 ,-l °her 16; Women's Genera! missionary society of tho United I’resbyterlan church at Al bany. Oregon, June 6; National Wo men’s Suffrage association at I'ortlund, June 21) to July 5; Amur nun Medical association at Portland, July II lo 14; National conference Charltte- and Cor rection, Portland, Julv 15 to 22; conven tion National Association of Letter Cur riers, Portland, September 4 to l); gen eral a-seinbly of the Cumberland Pres byterian church a» Fre-no, California, May 1H to 2(1; Internationa l Printing Pressmen's uml Assistants’ union of North America, San Francisco. June H); American Surgical a-socialion. at San Francisco, July 4 to 7; Chris*inn Wo men's Hoard of Missions, Sail Franclscr, August 17 to 24: Woman’s Christian Temperance Union convention, at Los Angeles, October 25 to November 2. Portland. Seattle and Tacoma; dates of sale. May 24. 26. 2d. .’ld and 31; June 1.2, 14, 16. Id, 20, 24. 25, 28, 2D and 30; July 1, 2. 3, 4. 7. 8. 0. 11. 12. 13. 14, 2d. 27 and 28; August 11 12. 13, 14. 15, 16, 17, 18. 80 and 31; September I, 2,3, 4, 6, rt, 13, 14, 15. 27, 28 and 2D. R-to for round trip. $-12 10; routed via Hunting ton and return same wa>. Rite re turning via Shii Francisco. $52 111 San Francisco and Los Anpeli—; dates of sale. May 2, 3. 4. 10, 11, 12. 13. 14. 30 and 31; June 1 and 2; August 11. 12, 13, 14 and 16; October 18, ID. 20, 21 and 22. Rate. $47 10. Final return limit, ninety days from date of sale, not, however, to exceed November 30 Summer rates for Sunday onl\: La mar to Pueblo and return. $3 50; to Col orado Springs and return, H. 55; Palmer Lake and return, $5 30 Saturday and Sunday, return on Monday: Colorado Sprluga and return. $0 45; Palmer Lake and return, $7 30; Palmer Lake to Den ver and return, $2 05; 10-dav ticket, •3.15. Assembly rntes, June 11 lo Septem ber 3. Final return limit, Sep'ember 15 to Pulmer Luke ami return, $7:30. Aunual meeting Grand Aerie Frater nal Order of F.aglea at Denve*-, August 14 to 24 Aunual meetln • American Osteopathic association Denver, Au gust 16 *o 19. Rate of $0 35 for the round trip for the nl»vt> two occasions. Dates of snle, August 13 and 14 Final return limit, August 21. 4th annual convention Colorado State Realty association. Colorado Springs, June 20. Rate, $0 45 for round trip. Dates of sale. Jure Id ami 20 Final re turn limit, June 25. Boulder, Colo., May 13, 1005— One standard fare for rouhd trip, dates of sale May 11 and 12, iinal return limit May 15. Denver, Colo., May 17 to 10, 1005 20th annual encampment, Depart ment of Colorado aud Wyoming O A. K. Fare $0.35 for round trip, dates of sale May 10 aud 17, limited for return May 20, 1005. International Epworth League Convention —Denver, Colo., July 5 to 9, rate $0.35 for round trip. Dates of sale Julv 3 and 4, final return limit July 12, 1005. National Eucampment G. A. U., Denver, Sept. 4to 7, 1005. Datea of aale Sept. 3, 4 and 5. Final re tnrn limit Sept. 11, 1005. Rate $0.35 for round trip for general pub lie. For members of G. A. It. $4.70 for round trip, tickets for G. A. R., to be sold on certificate issued by post commander. Seoond class Colonist rates to California —March 1 to May 15 and Sept. 15 to Get. 31, 1005, in effect daily. Date $25, oue way ticket also to all intermediate points en«- route via Albuquerque, El Paso, Doming or Ogden. Stop overs al lowed at all points intermediate to destination except Las Angeles aud San Francisco. Second class Colonist rates to the Northwest, daily, March Ist May -15 and Sept 15 to Oct. 31, 1005 Kates, one way ticket to Pacitlc coast points, $25 and from S2O to ♦23,58 to intermediate points. Stop overs may be had not to exceed 10 days. For further information call on agent at depot, Lamar. G. J. Garnik, Agt. Success Won by Hard Fighting. John G. Carlisle, secretary of the treasury In Cleveland's administration, began teaching school In Kentucky at fIS n month. At the end of the year he asked for sls. It stirred the peo ple up to speh an extent that the mat ter of a $3 raise for the young man wns made a campaign Issue. He went on the stump, in his own behalf and wns defeated, but he says the experi ence gained put him In the house of representatives a few years later. Science a Competitor of “Biddy." A Paris chemist is said to have pro duced a fair Imitation of the ordinary egg of commerce. The shell is made with a blowpipe from a moist com bination of lime and bismuth. The white of the egg is made of sulphur carbon and beef fat. and the yolk is composed of a mixture of beef blood and magnesia colored with chrome fellow Agreement. Mrs. Kexdore —"Do you and your keaband alway s agree?” Mr*. N. Peck—"lt Isn’t necessary— ka always stress “ Insurance Important Reasons Why You Should Insure in The Central Life Assurance Society of the United States. Largest proportion of Assets tn Liabilities of any Standard Com pany in the Country. Best Security, every Policy being secured by a deposit of ap proved securities with the State of lowa. Lowest Mortality of any company. Most Economical Management. Largest Accumulations to Policy Holders. Most Liberal Privileges and Conditions. Guaranteed Loan and Cash Values as well as Paid-up and Ex tended Insurance. Intending Insurers will best serve their interests by securing a Policy in The Central Life Assurance • Society of the U. S. See F. R. MATHEWS, District Agent. |b|e| California Fast Mail Tho Sa ta Fe’s now fast passenger train for California Speedily and certainly—that’s the way Santa Fe passengers go. ’Tin comfortable, though. There are free chair cars and tourist and standard Bloopers on this train. ’Tin for you to say which you’ll take. The time’s just the same for all. Leaves Lamar at 8:46 a. in. daily. other ('ullfnrnln trains leave at0:10 p. nv, 2:S."i a. m. ami 5:25 a. m. I’d Ilka U* talk with you hlmiU our California service. Tell you why it lx better than any other, nnd wbat there Is to see. I have hoiiu* deeertptlve literature that you ought to read. Free. G. J. GARVIN Agent The Atchi«on. Topeka 6: Santa Fe Ry. LAfUR, COLORADO The Smart Set A Magazine of Cleverness Magazines should have a well-defined pnrpose. Genuine entertainment, amusement and mental recreation are the wotiveH of The Smart Set, the MOST SUCCESSFUL or MAGAZINES Its novels (a complete oue iu each number) are by the most brilliant authors of both hemispheres. Its short Stories are matchless—clean and full of human interest. Its poetry covering the entire field of verse—pathos, love, hamor tenderness—is by tbeluost popular poets, men aud women, of the dav. Its jokes. Witticisms, sketches, etc., are admittedly the most mirth provoking. 160 PACES DELICHTFULREADINC No pages are wasted on cheap illustrations, editorial vaporings or wearying essays and idle discussions. Every page will interest, charm and refresh you. Subscribe now —52.50 per year. Remit in cheque, P’ O. or Express order, or registered letter to THE SMART SET, 452 Fifth Avenue, New York. N. B. —Sample Copies Sent Free On Application. D. L. SILVER exclusive dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries keeps constantly on hand the best and finest of everything in the Grocery line. — I Register and Globe-Democrat $2, oo A. T. & S. F.T.me Card. I>niJy Lamar. Colorado Daily. Wkhillocnd. Hast Hound. * ?35 a.m No. 2 12 0.-, a. ... No. 5 I 1«» a.m. N«.. rt 303 a. m No. 7 536 a. in. No. 8 12 15 p. m No. 1) ...... . . a. m. S>>. 10 p. m No. 83-Frt 10 00 a.m. N... 84-Frt 12 15 p. m No. 1 is California oxproHa and makoH local lifltwcM.ii Lamar and La Junta. No. sia DonvornxproHß, HtopHou Hair at Law Aminat*. <-arrioH free chair car and Pull.naua. Nci. 7 ini the Mexico and California flx.irnHH. No. 1 and No. 7 both carry tourist and Pullman Hloi'iiorH. No. 7 con nor t» at LaJuuta for Pueblo (ddorado Sicrii.KH and Denver. 1 rain No. 83 runs to I.a Junta and will accom modate iiiißßOiitfon* for intermediate poiuta. No. 3 is tl.roiiKl. California express and con nects at La Junta with a train from Denver car ries passenicer throimli to Chicago without change. Has Pullman and tourist sleepers. No. tf is Denver exnresH and runs through to ( lucago without change. Carries free chair car and Pullman sleeper. No. 8 is local passenger and makos all stops. Carries chair car and Cullman sleeper. Runs through to Chicuil'ijwithout change of cars. Inquiries solicited and promptly and clioer fully answered. Descriptive literature and time tallies folders free by applying to (}. J. Uabvin. Agen.t PostofYlce Time Table The following time table will be ef fective on nnd nftor Nov. 18,1904: Malta close going east, 12:40 p. m., going east nnd weat 0:30. Mails duo from west 12:05, a. m., 1:05 p, in., 3:02 a. m.; from east 2:35 a. m., 9:13 p. m.. 5:25 a. m. Office open, Ba. m. to 0:30 p. in. Sun days Bto 9 a. m. Money orders and registry 8 to 0, except on Sunday. I). E. Cooper, P, M. Huy the genuine Bromo-Quinine a McLeans Drug Store 25c. $20,000 just received for farm loans. No delays. L. Wirt Markham. R-I-P-A-N S Tabul es Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Tlia 5-con t packet is enough for usual occasions Tl.u family buttle (60 cents)contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them. The Denver Republican Is dean, truthful, reliable and pro gressive »> It prints mors news than any other paper In Colorado. It stands for the best Interests of the state and enjoys the confidence and esteem of all intelligent readers THE New York Herald -1 Denver Republican news service gives the only com plete and accurate accounts i of the Russo-Japanese war. Special Correspondents at the seat of war and in all foreign capitals c2* DAILY AND SUNDAY BY MAlL—Postpaid, per month, 7fsc. WEEKLY —Postpaid, per year, $l.OO. When in need of 1 TREE, YINEor SHRUB which is right in Quality, Variety add Price, see or write to T. ©. Lamar, Colo. .. 1 PEPSO- I QUININE For Colds and La Grippe j CONTAINS NO CALOMEL. | Boyd's Up-to-date Drug Store OneMinuteCoughCure - For Coughs. Colds and Crouis SSJL-t.lLqjimi.l.edßi 1 CURES .hint ALL ILSi FA IS. IU J Beet Cough Syrup. Tutet Good. Cm |"V In time. Sold by druggl-ta. K1 J A | DYSPEPSIA CURE Wm. ll ■ 111 l digests WIIAT you eat ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ m OMIY » T „, ™ M B. C. DsWITT & COMPANY. CHICAGO. M. For Sale bv I. H. MYERB 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 FRANK COOK, Prop C. C. GOOD ALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in Goodale Block LAMAR ::: a LOKADO WTX” MERRILL _ Attorney-at-La-ui 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. Becond Floor Goodale Building. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, L.3UH, Colorado. omes In Bent Blk., East Main St. DR. e. S. WILSON DENTIST Offices iu east rooms on second floor of Irwin Building THE GREAT PLAINS SANITARIUM 2d Floor Blodvett Bulletins: Will receive a limited nnmber of med ical, surgical, gynecological and obstetrical cases. DR. FEWKES Buot. J. S. HASTY, M. D. —Offlee- On Second Floor of the Good ale Block. LAMAK. - - COLORADO J. H. HARDY, OSTEOPATH Hoorn 9 to 12 b. m. and I dO to 6 p.m. Graduate A. T. Still School, Kirks villr. Mo. Examination and coa aultation free. DR. E. E. BARTELT Physician and Surgeon Office over New York store, or inquire at McLean's Bros. Drug Store Drs.Seabury & Mutchler Physicians and Surgeons Eighteen years' experience. Special attention given to diagnosis, surgery, diseases ;of womeu and children, and the eye, ear. nose and throat. IRWIN BLOCK, SOUTH MAIN ST. DR. WILBUR F. NOYES Practice limited to the medi cal and surgical diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Glasses fitted. Office hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Sv e Bank Block, Lamar, Colo THE LAMAR HOUSE J. W. MACE, Prop. First-class accommodations for regu lar boarders and transcients. The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP M. L. CONWELL, Prop. EAST MAIN STREET. , tSTOMAGHfI *T*HE body gets its life from I * food properly digested. ■ Healthy digestion means pure ■ blood for the body, but stomach ■ troubles arise from carelessneM ■ in eating and stomach disorders ■ upset the entire system. Improp* fl erly masticated food sours on the m stomach, causing distressing ■ pains, belching and nausea. S When over-eating is persisted in ■ the stomach becomes weakened ■ and worn out and dyspepsia ■ claims the victim. Thodford’s Black-Draught ■ cures dyspepsia. It frees the ■ stomach and bowels of congested H . matter and gives the _ stomach H ' new life. The stomach is quickly ■ invigorated and the natural H stimulation results in a good ■ ) appetite, with the power to thar- ■ oughly digest food. ■ You can build up your stomach ■ with this mild and natural ■ remedy. Try Tliedford’s Black- I Draught today. You can buy a ■ package from your dealer for H 25c. If ho does not keep it, send II the money to The Chattanooga ■§ Medicine Co., Chattanooga, ■ Tenn.. and a package will db ■ mailed you. ■ THEDFORDS I BIACK-DRAUGHTJ ' KILLth. couch and CURE the LUNCB WTH Dr. King’s New Discovery /TONSUMPTION Pries FOR 1 OUGHSaai 60c ft $l.OO w Fre# Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- I LES, or MONEY BACK. CL LLI] Dealer in 1 Water Rights, Farms and City Property A small cash payment secures an improved farm > LAMAR MARBLE WORKS E. M. STEWARD, Prop. manufacturer of granite and marble MONUMENTS All kinds of Cut Stone Trim mings for Brick or Stone Houses furnished on short notice. 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