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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, October 25, 1905, Image 8

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Early to bed. 1 K » rl J' to be<l,
#h.lthis is no jokelss.
. f—y a • , V 1 will be the talk ol the town. There Isa
Our 50 Cent Shirt Sale
and others with separate collars and cuffs. All sizes and styles, worth 75c, $■ and $1.35, your choice for 50c each.
Our New Clothing Dept. J E k
We now carry one of the best lines ot medium priced clothing to be found in this part [Vp- Nx
of the country. We have suit* of every description for men, youths and boys, and in ad- -
d tion we offer you something entirely new to lTjs|
i £sML Lamar in the way of rain coats and overcoats. M", |
We will sell you an all wool suit £ . - I
in a good pattern as low as 7*s® >• -
\, O, you can get a good heavy corduroy suit f S
* —coat, pants and vest —one ot the best and •/ \ wWdlk
/ \ / ’*WkVl ■ \ JmST strongest work suits that can be J !
1 m xWBM bought, and our price is only «4'"*Vrvf 'j \yj [(M If' -/.q.
.L_lAj * Thoroughbred Hats >W J-_ r ° jtl
* ? 'J h 1 We are the exclusive handlers of this famous / d *m3
/ 0 ofy : |IP headwear, guaranteed the best. jfc
/ . ?• W\ ; v ; ! - White House Shoes "" jflf f|
/ w The shoes with a guarantee. We have them :mm \ W
/ f j in all styles, for men and women. El 1 „ M
j I / If you are having trouble with the children’s Mm \ U
/ shoes, it will cease if you get the faSHSoOoiIS *JjF
Blue Ribbon Shoes gp
Trunks, Etc. , utin^s Blankets
During the next tew days we will
All kinds and sizes of trunks, grips clean up on the greater portion of our We have the most complete line of
and suit cases. outings. 6c, ioc and 12c outings, the cotton and wool blankets it was ever
Pictures framed, carpets cut and best values ever shown, will be sold at your good fortune to see. Pi ices are
matched, linoleum cut and laid. . . . n very reasonable, too.
sc, 6c and 9c
E. E. BUTLER & SON
South of Postoffice
i .-.WljiK KEajiO . fch
ulfitir n the Poatotlice in Darnti « 010
. . mar rrsttoi
Published Weakly by
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Editor and Proprietor
Subscription Rates:
One Year *1.30 Throe Month#....4oc
Si i Month# 7j Single Copy 8e
Wednesday, October 25, 11)05
Bryan is now telling the Jap* how
the demonetization of silver weaken
ed them.
Mr. Witzhoff has mairied thirty
six wives in the past six year. His
wits were evidently badly off.
The Kausas-Colorado suit will be
argaed next October, and may be de
cided before the youngest inhabitant
dies, provided he is ragged.
A West Virginia man dropped
dead because he had royal flush dealt
to him. Had he been dealing him
self, he would have been prepared.
The readers of the Denver Kepub
lican nearly dropped dead last Sun
day on seeing a flaming color sup
plement outside of it, and the worst
feature was it bragged about it.
An Alton, Illinois, during a sadden
flood last week was drowned while
hunting a saloon. If men would fa
miliarize themselves more with water
a sudden introduction might not al
ways prove fatal.
The Denver Post has been tanning
a story by editor Panl Thiel wan that
has a crazy woman for its heroine,
and after reading a portion of its
drivel, we reached the oonclnsion
that the heroine most be the author.
The Sultan of Jolo beat Uncle Sam
out of the tariff on his new court enit.
He threatened to appear at public
functions with no other snit but that
or the one nature gave him, and the
government gracefully backed dowa.
A twenty-five inillon dollar railroad
is being built in Alaska to develop
the biggest coal field in the world.
This is the country Unole Sam paid
ltnesia seven millions for, jnst to
show he was a good fellow.
BRING THE SCHOOL CHILDREN
to the Union hotel on Wednesday and
Thursday, November 8 and 9, where
Dr. Sapero, the well leuown eve, ear,
nose and throat specialist of Denver,
will examine their eyes and yours free.
Call early.
DR. K. C SAPERO,
the Denver eye, ear. nose and throat
specialist, will strain be in Lamar, at
the Union hotel, on November 8 and 9
Whittier's Good Wishes.
A young woman once sat at a
boarding-house table beside a re
served and awkward oountry boy
whom she delighted to tease. When
she left she asked him to write in her
autograph album. The poem which
John O. Whittier wrote there, and
which has jnst been published for the <
first time, stands as a warning to
other young ladles that she who
laughs first at a seemingly dumb
oountry man may be herself laughed at
many years later. The quaint con
cluding stanza Is:
"Thy life—may nothing vex it, —
Thy years be not a few.
And at thy final exit
May the devil miss his due/’
—Boston Transcript.
Says Fasting Cures Many Ailments.
"There are many simple remedies
for ailments for whose cure we often i
dose ourselves with medicines," said
a woman student of medicine. "If,
Instead of pouring down powders and
pills of whose effect they know noth- l
ing. women would try the water cure
for btllouß and sick headaches, they
would cure themselves at less cost. '
I have cured many a severe headache
by simply drinking a glass of water '
regularly every hour. The clear Juice j
of a lemon in half a glass of water. <
without sugar. Is excellent for a bilious j
headache. Fasting, in connection
with copious water drinking, will cure
more ailments than people dream."— i
Exchange.
Came Near Finding Out.
Among examples of American hu
mor recently given in the Nineteenth
Century and After is a story which a
bright ornament of the English bench
Is said to have told more than once.
A speaker In a Western town had
started out to show that there might
be great differences between nation
al and local reputation. He had said,
“A man can't always tell what his
neighbors think of him," when he was
interrupted by one of his hearers.
"I came mighty near knowing
once.” said the man, with a remin
iscent look, "but the jury disagreed.”
Words Changed in Significance.
“Silly” and "holiday”—both adjec
tives —are used of this present season.
There is a similarity In the history of
the two words. Just as "bolyday" has
lost Its one-time ecclesiastical signifi
cance, so has "silly” lost the sense of
the old English “saellg," blessed or
holy. “This harmless silly babe."
sung an early poet of the Christ Him
self. Through that meaning of harm
lessness came the degradation of the
word. If a man were harmless he
must be stupid, like the “silly sheep”
whom poets thus addressed, meaning
no reproach, but rather speaking in
terms of endearment.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Dr. Smparo, the Denver specialist,
will again be in Lamar, November 8
and 9, at the Union hotel. Consultation
and examination fro*. Come early.
THE GOLDEN RULE STORE
BOY’S SUITS
98c Each
Men’s Suits $3.25 and Dp
North Side. Feast Building SMART & SIMON, Props.
A. EVERETT * C 9
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables
Fresh Meats and Provisions
No Accounts On Cash Basis
Run Over 30 Days LAMAR, COLORADO
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE
STATE LANDS
Orrics or thi Statu Board up Land Com
kumionbrs
Denver. Colorado, Oct. 18 1903.
NOTICE ia hereby given that George W. Idler
n whoMH postofilce address i# Lamar. (Colorado,
on Oct. 18. 19U3, made application No. 1740 to
the State Board of Land Couuniaaioner# to
lease the following described School Land#,
situate in Prower# County, Colorado, to-wit:
All of Section 36, Township 21 South, Kange
47 Weat.
No other application# to leaae the above de
scribed premise# or objection# against the
above application will be considered after
Nov. 21, 1905.
MARK G. WOODRUFF,
Register State Board Land Commissioners.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Orrics Lamas. Colo. I
Oct. 21. 1903. f
Vfotieo is hereby given that the followiug
ll named settler ha# tiled notice of hi# in
tention to make final proof in support of hi#
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Register and Receiver, at Lamar. Colorado,
on Wednesday November 2V, 1905. vis: Jamee
E. Flesham, H. E. No. 4990. for the #. w. '* #. e.
>4. Sec. 11; w. >4 u. e. L*. Jt s. e. Vn e. g. Sec.
14, t. 21 #. r. 4rt w. 6tli p. in.
He name# the following witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upou and cultivation
of said land, viz.
J. W. Wood, P. Z. (ioodan. Mable Graham,
Emma Wood, all Lamar, Colorado,
Jobu A. Williams, Registerr
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
United States Land Orrics, t
Lamar. Colo., Oct. 21. 1906. i *
Notice 1# hereby given that the following-nam
ed settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Roceiver, at Lamar, Colorado, on Wed
nesday, November 20 1905, vis: Thomas 1.
Fleehman 11. E. No. 5001. for the n w k S-*c.
14, t 21, s. r. 46 w. 6th p. m.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
J. W. Wood, P. Z. Coodan, Mable Graham
Emma Wood, all Lamar, Colorado.
a3o<>4 John A. Williams. Register.
«
Headache and Nervous
ness Cured
Dr. K. C. Sapero, the well known eye,
ear, nose and throat specialist of Den
ver, will again be in Lamar, November
8 and 9, at the Union hotel.
Dr. Bulette, of Pueblo, will be in La
mar, at the Union Hotel, on Friday,
November 3rd. Practice limited to dis
eases of the eye, ear, nose and throat
Special attention to fitting of glasses.
KEEP YOUR EYE
on a good thing
and don’t forget
MYERS’ RAPID CURE
TOILET CM
and
com Bii&i
They are moving every C
day. Guaranteed to 1
give satisfaction or f
money refunded |
Price 25c and 35c |
MYERS’ PHARMACY I
Call for Bids for the Continuation
of the Holly Bridge.
STATE OF COLORADO.)
> #s.
County or Pkowbrs. )
The Board of ( minty Commissioners of Prow
ers county, will »*• prepared to receive sealed
bids at the otlice of the County Clork in Lamar.
Colo., for the three hundred anil twenty (380)
foot eztension of the Pile Bridge aero## the Ar
kansas river ousi-etion lin® common to sections
14 and 15. towunhip 28 S.. range 4l W.. near
Holly, Colo., in accordance with the plans and
specifications furnished by the State Engineer,
now on tile iu the office of the County Clerk.
Bids will be received uulil 12 a. m.. Nov. 6. 1906.
In Wit nn#s whereof. 1 have hereunto sot ray
hand ami nfQsoil my official seal this 16th day
of Oct. 1905.
Gso. D. Robinson.
(Beal) Co. Cilu
LIFE INSURANCE
Everyone is Reading of It
Everyone is Thinking of It
EVERYONE IS IN NEED OF IT
Millions of Colorado money have been sent
east to assist the syndicates in their operations.
But Colorado now has its own “old line” life in
surance company
The Colorado
National Life
Insurance Co.
Home Office El Paso Bldg., Denver
It establishes a world’s record in the life in
surance field. Issues all forms of Life and Endow
ment Insurance contracts. DEPOSITS BE
SERVES WITH THE STATE OF COLORADO.
Invests its funds in the state of Colorado. Direct
ly and indirectly benefits every Coloradoan.
COLORADO NATIONAL LIRE INSURANCE CO.
DENVER, COLORADO.
FILL OUT
THIS CARD M y n * me is
AND /TAIL TO Address
HOME OFFICE
Date of birth
Mall proposition for a life insurance contract for $
CONING AGAIN
TO
LAMAR
AT THE
Union Hotel
Wednesday & Thursday
NOV. 8 and 9
Dr. K. C. Sapero
Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat > ... .
Specialist
of Denver
li* too well known to nood any introduction.
His references aro his patients-your friends
and neighbors.
Hundreds of Patients in this Vicinity
No Incurable Patients Taken
Cataracts removed and cross-eyes straightened,
(irauolated eyelids, soro eye-, and catarrh suc
cessfully treated. Glasses scientifically adjusted
by tho laust and most approved up-to-date
methods. Di iicult cases and school children
solicited.
Over 7,000 Patients
Tieated in (Tnlorado, A largo stock of glasses
and artilicial eyes on hand. A large proportion
of headache ami hysteria, insomnia, corea, (St.
Vitus Dance)and nervous prostration are caused
by ear strain. The removal of the cause effect*
a permanent cure. If you require treatment of
the eye, ear. nose, throat; if you need glasses
scientifically fitted call early.
Those unfortunate and unable to pay will re
ceive medical attention frae.
No charge for consultation and examination
for glasses.
Over 300 Patients
Whom 1 have treated and fitted with glasses in
Luinar aud vicinity. Inquire and be convinced.
Have been coming to Lamar regularly for 7 years
Remember the Date
Consultation Free
MORTON STRAIN, President J. W. PAXTON. Vice Pres. L. F. ADAMS, ( ashler
CAPITAL $30,000
THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR
LAMAR, COLORADO
DIRECTORS
MORTON STRAIN J. W. PAXTON L. F. ADAMS W. L. MORBIIJLSK
J. W. ZOLLARS B. T. McCLAVE A. DEETER
We want your business, large or small, and offer every
facility consistent with safe ami conservative ban Mm
Accounts Received Sublect to Check. Money Orders Sold
Do Not Neglect a Cold.
Every sold Weakens the Lungs, lowers ths Vitality and makes the
eyetem lese able to withstand each succeeding cold, thus
paving the way for more serious diseases.
CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES?
I PERMANENTLY CURES BBBBi
Consumption, Coughs. Colds. Coro Throat.
Asthma, Croup, Whoopfng Cough,
Bronchitis, Hosrsonoss, Boro Lungs.
EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARD'S MORE.
HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES. DOES NOT
CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY
CURE CROUP AND WHOOPINO COUOH.
® AfcilS I.OCKSAS, Ooldttnnrmttm, r#x, ( sews# **We
m*ii ItAllArd a Horebound Syrup la my family for aovaral *mi«.
It .1w.,. .In, unction. VIV. Si chuiLi lS SOLTiS
Whooping Cough It always rell.TMl them at onee, and I would mi*
without It In tho hoax*, as It la tha BUT MJCDICINS wa kill if"
Best Remedy for Children. Every Bottle Guaranteed.
TMBKK BIXBBi Me, 808 »mO Bi.OO.
„ BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.,ST.LOUIS.MO.
■OLD
bH. MYERS
Register and Globe-Democrat $2

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