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Headache and constipation disappear
when Dades Little Liver Pills are used. They keep the system clean, the atom- , aoh sweet. Taken oocasionly they keep | Jrou well. They are t»r the entire fami y. Sold by The Lip-to-Date Drug Co. Piles get quick ann o »rtain relief from Dr. Shoop’s Magic Di raiment. Please note it is made alone for piles, and its action is positive and obtain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disap pear like magic by its use. Large niok el-capped glass jars 60 oeiU. Sold by MoLean Bros. I’ll stop your pain free. To show you E^fiaa-srssjissa^ Shoop'i H«daoh. T.bl.to .imply kil n -i n bv coaxing away the unnatural £lood pressure. That is all. Address Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis. Sold by Mc- Lean Bros. The bites and stings of inaeoU, tan« sunburn, outs, burns and bruises are re lieved at once with PineeolveOarbolized A.ttliU. . poultioe, * n ?. ?'* W V° Ut fc J d fi.mm.tion. Try It. PriM Jjo ' Bola by Th. Upto-D.to Drug Co. I will rn.il you Ire., to prove merit, .ample, o! my Dr. Shoop'. Reetorative end my book ou either Dynpep.m, ihe Smrt, or The Kidney.. Acfdre- me. Dr. Snoop, tuoine. Wie. Trouble, ot the M. .mioh, heart or kidney, are merely -/mptom. of . deeper ailment Dont mak. the common error of treating Symptom, only. Symptom treatment i. touting the ruult of your aliment and not the oauee. Weak «tomaoh nerve, th. ineid. nerve.—mun. .tomaoh weaa oma alwaya. And the hurt, and kid* neu.aw.Tl, have their controlling or lnaid. nerve.. Weaken theu nervee and you in.vit.bly have wuk vital organß. Tur. iB wh.re Dr. Shoop'. Re.torat.ye hu made lte fame. No other remedy even claim, to tout the b also for bloating, biliou.neu, bad breath or oomple.ion, uu Dr. Sh<*op e tU*t°ra tiva. Write for my free book now Dr. Snoop’s Restorative Bold yb McLean Brothers. If you suffer from bloating belching, eour stomabh, indigestion or dyspepsia, take a Kings Dyspepsia 11 ablet after each meal, and overcome the disagree able trouble. It will improve the ap petite, and aid digestion. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Get a free sample of Dr. Shoop’s “Health Coffee” at our store. If real ooffee disturbee your stomach, your heart or kidneys, then try this clever ooffee imitation. Dr. Shoop has closely matched Old Java and Mooha Coffee in flavor and taete, yet it hae not a single ■ grain of real ooffee in it. Dr. Shoop e health ooffee imitation ie made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with malt, nuts, etc. Made in a minute. No tedl ous wait. You will surely like it. .Sold by Hunt Bros. Keep the pores open aud the skin olean when you have a out, burn, bruise or scratch. De Witt’s Oarbolized witch hasel salve penetrates the pores heals quickly. Sold by the Up-to-Date Drug Co. $90,000 just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wnrr Markham. W. E. Nogal, harnessmaker. Harness and flynets oiled while you wait. Don’t accept a cough cure that you may be told ie just as good as Kenuedys Laxative Cough Syrup, because it isn t just as good—there is quite a difference. KaniMdy'. Laxativ. Cough Syrup acta gently upon the bowels and clears the whole system of coughs and colds It Sromptly relieves inflammation of the iroat and allays irritation. Sold by the Up-to-Date Drug Co. Man Zan Pile Remedy comes put up in a collapsible tube with a nozzle. Easy to apply right where soreness and infla (nation exists. It relieves at once blind bleeding, itching or protruding piles. Guaranteed. Price 50a Get it today. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Summer soughs and colds yield at onoe to Bees Laxative Cough Syrup, oontains honey and tar but no opiates. Children like it Pleasant to take. Its laxative qualities recommend it to mothers: hoarseness, coughs, croup, etc., yield quickly. Sold by The Up to-Date Drug Co. Hundreds of people yearly go through painful operations needleeely, because they never tried Man Zan Pile, Remedy. It is put up in such a form that it can be applied right where the . trouble lies. It relieves the pain and inflammation. It is for any form of ‘piles. Price GOo. bold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Pineules are for the Kidneys and blad dsr. They bring quiok relief to back ache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired worn out feeling. They produce natural act tion of the kidneys in filtering waste matter out oe the blood. 30 days treat ment 91.00. Money refunded if Pineu les are not satisfactory. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Try Carley’s Coughscure Pineulee for the kidneye strengthen tbeer organs and assist i • drawing pois on from the blood. Try them for rheu matism, kidney, bladder trouble, for lumbago and tired worn out feeling. They bring quiok relief. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Money to Loan—On farm property No appraisers,money paid as soon as ab stract approved. J . S. Hasty. Try Carley’s Cough Cure gagHnsEPEg^p WHITE’S Cream Vermifuge TIE eiMMITIH fcf WORM V^REMEDY THE CHILDREN’S FAVORITE TONIC. etwAßi or ■■lYnneae. TMS eCNUINC MIHIID SMLV BV Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* ST, LOUIS, MO. I. H. MYERS. Rule for Hospitality. In Washington. Ga., the first town In America named after the father of his country, lived General Robert Toombs, one of the brilliant lights of hospitality in a country where ao cial Instinct is second nature, says the Youth’a Companion. A committee once waited on Gen eral Toombs to consult him about erecting a hotel In the town. "We have no need of one,” aald General Toombs, simply. “When re spectable people come here they sen stay at my house. If they are not re spectable we do not want them at all." Lloyd’s Blackest Day. Sir Henry Hozler, who has Just re tired after 32 years' service as secre tary o< Lloyd’s, said not long ago that the blackest day he could remember was In October, 1881, when 108 ves sels were posted as lost In 12 hours. When a vessel Is lost It is announced by the tollng of the bell which hangs beside the crier’s box. It Is tolled once when a vessel Is lost, twice when a missing vessel comes to port. The Same Things Abroad. **l suppose,” said Aacum, “you took In all the automobile races while you were In France?” “Of course.” replied Skorcher. “What's new In the way of motors over there?" “Oh! nothing; Just the same old pedestrians and chickens and things that we have here." Dry Rainstorms. In the Colorado desert there are rainstorms during which not a drop of water touches the earth. The rain cn be seen falling from the clouds high above, but when It reaches the hot, dry air beneath the clouds It Is entirely absorbed. These strange rainstorms take place in regions where the thermometer often regis ters 128 degrees in the shade. Frogs Eat Chickens. B. A. De Weese. a Kingman farm er, pieced seventy young chickens, Jdst hatched, near the bank of a pond, tying the old hens with strings so that they could get to the weter’f edge. In three days his seventy chickens dwindled to six. An Investi gation revealed the fact that frogs had eaten the chickens.—Kansas City Journal. Courtship In Siam. A Siamese lover must announce his first visit to his lady love four months In advance, and when the day arrives and he proposes the maiden must wait decorously for two hours before giving him her answer, although she gurely has decided before his arrival. What would impetuous American lovers think of such proceedings! Why He Was Late. John Coward, a Pontefract (Eng.) farmer, had the best of excuses for not appearing In time to prosecute st the police court ope day this week. He said he had bean fetched home be cause a sow had got loose, and had a stern rinse of three miles before ke could round up the obstinate beast Unselfishness of Good Manners. Good manners mean good heart, for It stands to reason that one cadtt be doing things for others, the little things that go to make life easy, rub off the rough places and make life more comfortable for others, unless others be thought of before one’s self. —Chicago American. Spurious Articles In Museums. It has been said by more than one authority that, if all the articles In our museums and some of the great private collections were examined and thoroughly overhauled by experts, It would be found that a great propor tion were spurtons. A. T.& S. F. TIMECARD • OK 0. r. I IKIVAKD. Dally* Lamar, Colorado Dally. WiitBodhd. East Bound. Ho. 1 t 19 a. m. No. 1 12 06 a. m No. 2 0 M a. m. No. 4 8 SO a. m Ho. 6 1 12 a. m. No. 6 2 57 a. m No. 7 5 55 a. m. No. 8 12 05 p. m No. 9 9 S3 a. m. No. 10 2 48 p. m No. 589 11 15 a. m. No. 070 5 18 p. m No. 82-Frt 9 00 a. m No. 04-Prt 10 25 p.m O. J. MAltVlN. Ageo COLDS / v you need I ■<?-<. & not fear* LsrggPp Uhem if you XC BALLARD S HOREHOUND SYRUP H A cough or cold is generally a forerunner of many serious ■ sick spells. It should not be neglected, the human breathing ■ system is a combination of tubes and cells, which must be ■ kept in ordor to insure good health. I Ballard’s Horehound Syrup I r*l TDEC COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, E vUIVCiO WHOOPINQ COUGH, CROUP u AND ALL PULMONARY DISEASES. E Cured of a Chronic Cough. fa J. H. Ellis, Butte, Mont., writes: “i cheerfully recom ■ mend Ballard’s Horehound Syrup to all people afflicted 9J with chronic coughs. I suffered for years with a chronic BJ cough which would last all winter. Ballard's Horehound B Syrup effected an immediate and permanent cure." g 25c, 50c and $l.OO. g Ballard Snow Liniment Co. B 500-502 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. v Sold and Recommended by I. H. MYERS Pharmacist Tho Zulu warcry used, whenever they take the field, by the South Afri can footballers now In London, has puzzled our newspapers, not one of which seems able to spell It oorrectly, snys Notes and Queries. The Dally Fx? • # 'ss gives It as “Igamilzho,” ai d tho Daily Mall as “Gammllio.” Th • cry really consists of two words, an I should be written "Tgama layo." “Igu ma” is Zulu for "name,” and “layo” Is a possessive pronoun meaning »»l<her “his” of "their.” Thus the Dally Mall, although quite wrong in its or thography of the word, is right In say ing that it merely means “That is his name.” The that Zulu etiquette does not allow warriors, when they rush Into battle, to men tic i the names of their enemies, but tb - leaders shout out, "That is his .ir.tne!” pointing to the victims with : heir spears. Crocodile Skins. Consul General W. H. Mlohael states that a Calcutta trade Journal calls attention to the demand for oroo odlle skins In America, and from time to time has urged the natives living contiguous to crocodile haunts to en gage extensively In the business of killing this creature for his skin, guar anteeing that they will be able to sell to American buyers at remunerative prices all the skins they can take. There are thousands of oiooodlles In the lagoons and tide water streams of India, easily accessible, and there are Indians In plenty to hunt them and take their skins. Consequently there Is no reason why a big trade In crocodile skins should not be built up between the United States and India. A Mile of Pennies The endless chain having outlived Its usefulness, charity workers In cer tain fields cast about for something new to gather In the money, One of them figured that between 1800 and S9OO could be secured from a mile of pennies If placed In a line. A roll of court plaster, measuring ten yards, similar to that used by physicians, was secured, and sent out in bits. In a little while they came back filled. Then other rolls went through the same process, and before a month the "mile of pennies” had been secured. As thp rolls are filed the money la taken off. so that Jf the scheme be comes popular the government need fear no tightness In the copper cent market. When Brewing Began. There has been no nation, no mat ter how uncivilized, that at one time or another has not made end used Intoxicating liquors. The art of brew ing was practiced by the ancient Egyptians, and later by the Greeks, Romans and Gauls. The Anßlo-Saxon and English have long been considered pre-emir masters of the art of brewing llqu.W The ale made by the monks In ancient times was prized most highly, and ever since the production of liquors has been lncreas'ng. In 1585 there were 26 large bi—werles In London, which brewed 49.000 barrels of beer annually. In 1892 over 32.000.000 bar rels were brewed —The Sunday Mass. Sine. West .African English. Punctuation is not the strong point of the Journals printed on the west roast of Africa, as the following quo tation from one of them shows: "On the 6th Inst, a sensational accident oo curred to a certain woman who con veyed a load of plantains over a hun dredweight stumbled and fell down the heavy load falling on her child about 12 months who died Instanter. The sad news soon spread to the town and parents were In great awe. It Is a pity the great loss the woman has sustained and. to thing her pay In only 4 plantains.” The Weather-Wise Brother. “How does you like dls warm weather In November?” "Hit’e a Mnpenaary er Provldenoe,” rwplled Br’er Williams. M An’ what’s a ‘dispensary. “Data what you ain’t ter know. Yon muan’t inquire too curious into ml» nreants you don’t onderstan’l" DeWitt’s Little Early Risers don’t sicken or gripe. Small pilla, easy to take. Sold by tho Up»to-Date Drug 00. MORTON ST It AI NJPresident J. W. PAXTON. Vies Pres. L. F. ADAME. Cashier CAPITAL 880,000 THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO DIRECTORS MORTON BTKAIN J. W. PAXTON L. P. ADAMS W. L. MOKKHOUHK J. W. ZOLLAUH B. T. MoCLAVK A. DKKTKK We want your business, large or smell, and offer every facility consistent with safe and conservative banking Aceoaata Received Sublect to Check. Money Orders Sold 3D. E3. COOPSH Real Estate, Loan A^em B. B. Bsjwh, Pres. L N. Pa naiad, Vice Pres. W. 0. Gould, Jash The First National Hank OF LAMAH., OOLORADO. Capital 850,000 Surplus 820,001 DIRECTORS B. B. Bbowm. T. M. Bbowh. W. C. Gould. M. D. Thatoheh A. N, Pabhiph. THE LAMAR SEED CO. Dealer in Canon City Domestic Coal, Trin idad Furnace and Steam Coal, Ice. Feed of all kinds. Hay and Qrain. We de liver to all parts of town. Our phone Is Lamar 63. Call us up. We are also agents for the Geo. H. Lee stock food and stock ramedies. Lee’s Lice Killer. A full line of these goods will be in within a few days. : Fred H. Kelsey, Manager : EVERETT & CO. Dealers in Meats ill Mils dae ii 30 days * Phase 473 Black Coal Facts There are a number of grades of Canon City Coal but when you buy from us you get the BEST that is mined, beyond We can also supply the cheaper grades of Trini dad and other coils. We are always in the market for your ALFALFA SEED, paying the highest prices. SSkSK STRAIN BROS We’ve Got’Em! H that lawn looks dead or ragged from lack of care oome and let ua fit you out with the latest improved Sprinklers, Lawn Mower, Rakes, eto, and taking care AVTTvaIS^/I..* awa be a great pleasure to you PLUMBING aSPEeiALTY TLe very Best Materials and the most Expert Workmen C. C. Huddleston Hardware, Implements, Harness Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We carry the largest stock in our line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO HBITET cSs HiLETIH Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Heats South Main St. 'Phona No. Lamar 7 Register and Globe-Democrat $2 CATARRH /fi' c o/Zti hea D / /HAr-FEVER 1 y?/ V^]P\ Ely’s Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Tuste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed. Largo Size, GO cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 conts by mail. • ELY BROTHERS. 56 Wsrrsn St.. Nsw YoHl Sour Stomach No appetite, loss of strength, nervoua ness, headache, conatipation, bad breath, general debility, aour rlsinga, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion. Kodol relieves indigestion. This naw discov ery represents the natural juices of diges> tlon as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties. Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy helpa all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. S. S. Ball, of Ravenawood. W. Va.. says:— ** I was troubled with aour stomach for twenty years. Kodol cured me and we are now Maine It la milk far baby." Kodol Digests What Yon Bat. bottles only. Relieves Indlreitlon. sear stomach, hatching of raa. etc. Prepared by E. a DeWITT A 00.. OHIOAQO. Sold by The Up-To-Date Drag Co. V' „ak Women Te week sad alllag womb, there Is et least oas VS]r te help. But with that way. twe treatment* MM b« combined. One Is local. one Is consSttra Monel, but both are Important, hath stssnrtal Or. Bboop’s Night Case Is the LooaL Dr. Bhoop’s Restorative, the Constitutional. The former—Dr. Shoon’e Night Cure—ls e toplsal —cous membrane suppository remedy, while Dp. ■mop's Restorative la wholly aa Internal trsah ■anL The Rsstuietlra leaches throughout the rattre systsra. snlltg the repair of all esrve. tR tissue, end eU blood ailments. The "Night Cure”, as Its seme Implies, does MB pork while you sleep. It soothes sore end Inltora sd meeoue surfaoea. heals local wrakaeases and ■sehsrges. while the Sestoretlve. eases nerveue rasltsraent. gives renewed vigor end amblttca, builds up wasted lira—, bringing about renewed Mragth. vigor, and energy. Take Dr. Bboon's ■astarattve—Tablets or Liquid—as a general tools tathsantsra. For poaltlva local hal».ura as Dr. Shoop’s Night Cure McLEAN BROS. The Novelette You can’t forget ‘‘Dr. U. Ess and His Patient” By J. B. 6ARLEY For sale at all the local Drug Stores The Best Farm Insurance on Earth THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. Of New York 53 yearn old. Assets $16,384,000. Capital and Surplus $9,425,000. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. Insures all kinds of farm property. Your business so licited. A. L. Beavers Lamar. Goto. Do You Think For Yourself T Or. do you open your mouth like a young bird ahd gulp down whatever food or me<D« sine miYbe offered you ? 1 * * ♦ ♦ UAfvß'crewn Intelligent thinking woman. In need orSielVf from weakness, nervousness, pain and aulgekng. then It meant much to run th.t ont trlwl .nil .run medicine nr rom-n.iT.n-. h. druggist, fur Ihe cure of winin’. 111. ♦ * V ♦ ♦ The makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription. for the cure of weak, nervous, run down. over-worked, debilitated, pain-racked women, knowing this medicine to be made up of Ingredients, every one of which has tho strongest possible Indorsement of the leading and standard authorities of the several schools of practloe. are perfectly willing, and in fact, are only too glad to print, as they do, the formula, or list of Ingredients, of which It Is composed, in plain English, on every bottle-wrapper. * «h *p The formula of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pro scription will bear the most critical examina tion of medical experts, for it contains no alcohol, narcotics, harmful, or habit-forming drugs, and no agent enters Into It that Is not highly recommended by the most advanced and leading medical teachers and author ities of their several schools of practice. Theseauthoritle^ecommendthelngredlents cure of exactly the same ailments for whirl! ♦ 4* *»* *t* *t» No other medicine for woman’s Ills has any such professional endorsement as Dr. Plorco’s Favorite Prescription has received. In tho un qualified recommendation of each of Its several Ingredients by scores of leading medi cal men of all the schools of practice. Is such an endorsement not worthy of your consideration ? ♦ * * * * A booklet of Ingredients, with numerous authoratlve profeslonal endorsements by the leading medical authorities of this country, will be mailed /res to any one sending name and address with rsanest for sama Addssss BkAT.nraiaßMMhEL PROFESSIONAL CArM GRANBY HILLYER Attorney and Counselor at Law Lahah, Oolobajju. Second Floor Ooodale Bulldiru. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, IiAMAK, COLORADO. Offlosln Bent Blk., East Main St. WELLINGTON E. FEE JS.tto roaey at Laur Lamar, Colorado. W. A. MERRILL -Z5-ttoraa.©^r-a.t-Xja,*nr Office in Foley Bldg. LAMAR - - - COLORADO C C GOODALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in Ooodale Blook LAMAR : ; : a LOKADO DR. e. S. WILSON. DEITTIS^ Offices in east rooms on seooni floor of Irwin Building DR. E. E. BARTELT Physician and Surgeon Office over New York store, or inquire at McLean Bros.’ drug store. J*. S. HASTY, AC. 3D. —Office— Rooms 1 A 3 over First National Bank Phone Lamar 57 office. (.AMAH, COLO RAIMA Dr. J. H. Kellogg Office on 2 floor Land Offioe Bid. Phonea: Offioe, Red 1511, KoahWooe Be l lUI Reeidouee 100 Oth t±L Lamar. Colo. J. H. HARDY, OSTEOPATH OtHoe hours oto II and 1 to ft; by appoint moot after hours and Sundays. Phone, raaiileo* Black &&S; office Red 1002. Residence, 300 Third Street I .... f-l. Office, State Bank Block LMBrT» Wl* C. 3^£. Dealer in Water Bights, Farms and City Property A small cash payment secures an improved farm LAMAR MARBLE WORKS E. A STEW Ail, he* manufacturer of granite and marble MONUMENTS AH kinds of Cut Stone Trim mings for Briok or Stone Houses furnished on short notice. Postal 6iqar Stand Located in the Opera House Barber Shop Bandies N Different Kinds Sole agents for all styles Ctaacellors, Uwreice Barrett, La CwfesiM, ait Key West Qaeea, best 5c Cigar oa earth. Special Rates by the Box Also a full line of SMOKING til CHEWING TOBACCOS Oome in see us Tbe OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP • M.L. CONWELL, Prop UST son STOUT.