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The Fort Lyon Canal Co.
Las Animas, Colo., Nov. 1,1907. Noticeaf Stockholders’ meeting.—The rag alar annual meeting of the stock holders of the Fort Lyon Canal Com pany will be held at the oourt house in fr°- Animas, Colorado, on the seoond Monday in December, being the 9th day of Deoember. 1907, at 10 o'clock a. m , for the purpose of electing a board of direotora, and sueh other business as may properly come before said meeting. Frank Kreybjll, Secretary. Obstinate cases of oonstipation and nasty, mean headaches promptly disap pear when you take neWitt’s Little Early Riser Pills. Sold by The Up-to Date Drug Co. Mothers with little ohildren need no longer fear croup, colds or whooping eougb. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup tastes good. It wo ‘ks off the cold through the bowels, cute the phlegm, dears the head. For young and old. Guaranteed. Secure a bottle at once. Sold by The Up to-Date Drug Co. Try Carley’s Cough Cure It is a well known fact that persons living in the do not suffer from kidDey diseases. One dose of Pins ules at night usually relieves backache. 30 days treatment 91.00. Your money refunded if not satisfied. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. S3O ,000 just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wibt Markham. If real coffee distrubee your stomach, your heart or kidneys, then try this clever coffee imitation —Dr. Shoop’s Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop has closely matched old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste, yet it has not a single grain of real Coffee in it. Dr. Shoop’s Health Goffeo Imitation is made from pure toasted grainsjof cereals, with malt, nuts, etc. Made in one minute. No tedious long wait. You will surely like It. Get a free sample at our store. —Hunt Bros, Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Brown A Jackman oontractors, bus been this day dissolved by mutual agree ment. The business will be oontinued by G. H. Brown A Bon, who assume all liabilities of Brown A Jacaman and will oolleot all outstanding accounts due them. Dated at Lamar, Colorado, this 15th day of October, 1907. G. H. Brown, J. G. Brown, J. I. Jackman. Thomas A. Edison, the great American inventor, says “Fully eighty per cent of the illness of mankind cornea from eating improper food or too much food; people are still inclined to over-indulge them selves.” This ia where indigestion finds its beginning in nearly every case. The stomach can do just ao much work and no more, and when you overload it, or when you eat the wrong kind of food,the digestive organa cannot possibly do the work demanded of them. It is at such times that the atomach needs help; it demands help; and warna you by head aches, belohmg, sour stomach, nauaea and indigestion. You should attend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stom ach. Kodol will do this. It ia a com bination of natural digestants and vege table aoida and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach. It is pleas ant to take. It digests what you eat. Sold by The Up to Date Drug Co. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Omci at Lamai, Colo. I Oct. U. 190 J. ) KTotiM is hereby given that Lxw.oa Jt. Carter, of Lamar, Colorado, has tilod notice of hie iuteutiou to make Uual commutation proof ia support of lus claim, vis: Home stead Kotry No. MS made October b, 1M», for the N W M sec 17. tp 29 », rug 45 w, and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiv er. et Lamar, Colorado, on December 10, 19U7. He aimw tlie following witueesoe to prove his oontluuous residence upon and cultivation of, said vis: Willis K. Oooch. Benjamin F. McLerrau, Al bert Brookshire, Jerry A*. Gooch, all of Lamar, Colorado. oIA-nJU John A. Williams. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Load Office at Lamar, Colo.. Oct. 4,1007. lffotiee is hereby givou that Albert W. John sou, of Lamar, Colo., has tiled uotioe ef his intention to make tiual commutation proof in support of his claim, via: Homestead Katry No. 4151 made Mar. 24. 1006, for the southwest Quarter, see. S, tp. 23 s, rag 47w, and that said proof Will be made before Register A Receiver at Lamar. Colorado, oo Thursday, November the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said * , via: Fred Lovejoy, Ales worth M. Jessup, Frank Cooper, Krsie Cooper, ail of Lamar, Colorado, oet W John A. Williams, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the Matter of the Estate of Peter K. Hau sen, Deceased. Notice is hereby given. That on Tueeday the tth day of Nov. A. D, 1907, being one of the regular days of the September term of the County Court of Prowers County, in the State of Colo rado, 1, James L. May held, Administrator of said estate, will appear befere the Judge of said Court, present my Uual settlement as such Administrator, pray the approval of the same, and will then apply to be discharged as such Administrator. At which time and place any person in interest may appear and perseat ob jections to the same if any there be. Dated at Lamar, Colorado, dept, so, 1907. Jambs L. Matvibld, Administrator of the estate of Peter JL Hansen, Dee eased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the Matter of the Estate of Charles H, Fsybarger, Deceased. Notice is hereby given. That on Monday the IMh day of November, A. D. 1907, being one of the regular days of tha September Term of the County Court of Prowers County, in the Btate of Colorado, i, Louise H. Frybar ger. Administratrix of said estate, will appear before the Judge of said Court, present my resignation and Anal settlement as such Administratrix, pray the approval of the same, aad will then apply to be discharged as such administratrix. At which time and place any person in interest may appear aad present ob jections to the same if any there be. Dated at Lamar, Colorado, Oct.il. 1107. Louisa H. Fxibabobx, Administratrix of the estate of Charles H. Frybarger, deeeeeed. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OVUtMlNT or TQK IlTIIIOI Land Office at Lamar, Colo. Oct. 10,1907 Kolia* la hereby given fchat William T. Platt, of Lamar, Colo.. Las filed aotioe of his Intea tlon to mak* final fire year proof In support of bis sis: Homestead J&ntry No.ftirt made July tt, 19G6, for the lets 2 and 0, 8W it N K fi. SIC a N W H, section 4, township 24 a, range 45 W, and that said proof will be made before the Begistor and Beoeiver at Lamar. Colorado, on November tt, Ml. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation Jocoph Todd, Albert Brook shire, Orman L. Dunn, all of Lamar, Colorado. John A. Winn iamb Register Do you know that Piaeaalve Car bo 1- Uad aata lika a poultioe in drawing out Wt Inflammation and poison? It ia an ttoaptio. For outs, burna,aosama,oraok ad bands it is immsdiat# relief. 250. ■old by Tbs Up to-Data Drug 00. MABEL'S PICKPOCKET By Lucy Montgomery ‘‘Good-by, Mabel; take care of your self,” said the fussy woman, kissing the girl once more. "I will,” laughed the girl. “And don’t lose your diamonds, dear,” added the woman in a stage whisper that could have been heard to the other end of the car. “Remem ber.” “I’ll not forget, auntie,” replied the girl. She clutched her handbag apprehen sively at the mention of the diamonds, and I smiled to myself at the innocent way she had betrayed their biding place. If there had been a pickpocket on the train he couldn’t have wanted a better tip. After the train started I gazed across the aisle at Mabel and could scarcely conceal my admiration. She had a perfect face and I thought 1 never had seen a more innocent or charming girl. All the sins and sor rows of life had left her untouched, I thought, and sighed at the reflection that I knew something of both. Before many hours passed I had managed to pick up a casual traveling acquaintance with Miss Mabel—ln fact, I may say we had become friends, as far as was possible without Imper tinence on my part or too great free dom on hers. She gave me two or three little confidences—it always having been my good fortune to be trusted by women —but she said noth ing about her diamonds, and I pre tended not to know that she had them In her handbag. It amused me to see how faithfully she clung to It. The only time she let the precious hag laave her hand for a minute was when she went Into the dining car for sup per and left It lying on the seat. “That would be a pickpocket’s chance—lf there was one on the car?” I said to myself. It happened, how ever, that at the moment the car was empty, so I followed her into the din ing car. It was not my business to look after the bag. After supper when I returned to my seat I saw that she was searching through her hand bag feverishly, and that she was In great distress. "What has happened?” I Inquired, though I suspected the truth. "My diamonds,” she gasped. “I have lost them. I left them here when I went into the dining car. And now they are gone. O, O, what shall t do? I will call the conductor.” “No,” I said, firmly, “that Is not the best plan. The conductor knows nothing about them, and If you raise an alarm you simply will put the thief on guard. He would be sure to escape, and you never would see your jewels again.” “Then, what shall I do?” she asked, laying a slender white hand on my arm and looking at me so confidingly that I would have been a brut# not to be touched. “Leave It to me,” I said. ”1 will see that they are recovered. lam a rail road detective.” “Oh, how lucky!** she exclaimed. I comforted her all I could—which I found to be a most delightful task. At Burlington I left the train, tell ing her that I would take the next train back to Chicago In pursuit of the thief. In fact, I permitted her to know that I gave up my Journey on purpose to take up the search after her jewels, and she was sufficiently grateful. She gave me a card with her Omaha address upon It, and also told me where I could find her aunt In Chi cago. I promised to report twithln a week. She blushed and sighed so prettily when she bade me good-by at last that my heart beat with unusual vigor. Four daya later I sent her diamonds to her by express, and, though I never expected to see her again. I could not forbear expressing a little of the tenderness I felt in the let ter which I sent with the gems. Really the beautiful and innocent girl had made a lasting Impression on my heart. Never before had I per mitted myself the luxury of a tender sentiment. These were the last Jewels I ever stole. XT* Early Risers Th* famous little pllte. BV/iNTEfci COLDS you need no'll fear* Uhern if you tLLARD’S REHOUND SYRUP runner of many 6orious d, tho human breathing cells, which must bo and Syrup >S, BRONCHITIS, OUGH, CROUP V DISEASES. ic Cough. tl I cheerfully recom ,o all peoplo afflicted years with a chronic Ballard’s Ho rehound rmanent cure." 00. iment Co. ST. LOUIS* MO., SoVI nr. H by I. H. MYERS Pharmacist Survivors of Seminole War. The Seminole war was put down 70 years ago. At Watrous, N. M., there Is a venerable worthy patriarch named Madison Horn, whose neigh bors boast that he is the sole survivor of the Florida war. He Is 88 and as spry as a cricket. At West Palm Beach, Fla., there Is a certain Judge Andrew Jackson Lewis—born In South Carolina, by the way—who bears honorable scars as the result of wounds received while he was fight ing as a private In the ranks of a South Carolina regiment against the Bemlnoles. Judge Lewis Is 89, and although he fought four years In the confederate army he looks strong and active enough to shoulder his gun again and keep step to the drum’s tap. Might Almost Claim Charmed Life. A five-year-old boy, the son of Fred erick William Shepherd, of the Sol diers’ Institute, Frimley, England, had a remarkable double escape from death while traveling by train be tween Reading and Maidenhead, re cently. The boy was looking out of the window, when the door opened and he fell out. When the train was brought to a standstill the boy was seen walking along the opposite metals on which an express was approaching at a high speed. The boy was dashed to the ground by the express before his father could reach him, but when the express passed he rose to his feet and ran toward his father with his head and face covered with blood. His face was badly cut, but he waa In the streets the next day. A Near-Professional. The Ingenue —So our sterling yonng leading man, Mr. Hogstage, Is going to wed a non-professional, eh? The Comedian —Not exactly. I hear that the prominent young society wo man, who will soon bear his name, has been divorced twice, lost her jew els more than once, been reported en gaged to four different titles, owns a French bulldog, has written a tooth powder testimonial, and is devoted to a simple home life and her books!— Pack. Scented Nightcaps. One of the newest aids to beauty Is the perfumed cap. This Is an elabor ated copy of the old-fashioned night cap worn by our grandmothers, and Is extremely tasteful In design, being of silk In any color, and trimmed with dainty, filmy lace. Appearances, however. Is not Its onyl virtue. Cunningly concealed In the Intricacy of its makeup Is a tiny receptacle for scent, and when worn It Imparts to the hair a clinging, subtle perfume. Corks Made from Paper. A machine for making corks out of waste paper and paper pulp has re cently been perfected and patented. This machine makes corks out of all kinds of waste paper, which are much superior to the ordinary corks, as they are Impervious to acids or oils. Tests made by chemists and the larger users of corks say they are far superior to the old style In every way. Beginning Right. The surest way of making the world better is to begin with selves. Until we have fought our own sins, and come up against the deceitfulness of our own hearts, we cannot be wise warriors for the right, or merciful helpers to the fallen. Until we have learned self-denial, obedience and love, we will be of very little use In the world’s dark places. Being good Is the threshold of doing good. Cause of Her Pensiveness. “Young Mrs. Oldrox seemed to be In rather a pensive mood to-day.” "I don’t wonder. The doctor says her husband’s days are numbered.” “Really? Ah! 1 suppose she was thinking how soon he would leave her.” “Either that or ‘how much.’ ”—Phil adelphia Press. A Great Distinction. “Yes," said Mrs. Duhley of Jefferson City, "I reckon that feller that writ out the declaration of Independence deserved the honor.” "You mean the honor of being assigned to write It?” “No, sir! I mean the honor o’ bein' named fur our town. They called him •Jefferson,’ you know.”—Philadelphia Press. UOBTON STBAIN. J. W. PAXTON. Tta. Fn.. L. F. ADAMS. Cub. CAPITAL $BO,OOO THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO DIRECTOR* MORTON STRAIN J. W. PAXTON L. F. ADAMS W. L. MOBBHOUBB J. W. ZOLLARB B. T. MoCLAVK A. DKKTBR We want your business, large or small, and offer every facility consistent with safe and conservative banking Accounts Received Subject to (Shock. Money Orders Sold ID. E3. COOPER Real Estate, Loan 63® Insurance Agent B B. Brown, Pres. A N. Pahuisu, Vice Pres. W. 0. Goolo, Gash The First National Bank OF* LAMAR, OOLORADO. Capital 850,000 Surplus 820.00 C DIRECTORS B. B. Brown. T. M. Bbown. W. C. Gould. M. D. Thatobeh A. N, Pabbiph. 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 question. We can also supply the cheaper grades of Trini dad and other coals. We are always in the market for your ALFALFA SEED, paying the highest prices. SSSTiK STRAIN BROS !; THE LAMAR SEED CO. j Deals in genuine Canon City Coal. We have the Canon lump, nut and pea coal; Trinidad lump and mine run; Brookaide mine run; genuine Pennsylva nia anthracite. Alfalfa Seed, Grain, hay and Farm Seed. Lee’a Lioe K'ller, quirta 35c; half gallon 60c i ' Sprayers for Lire Ciller 60c \ 25-poundpail Stock Food 91.60 ] | 12-pound sack Stock Food 76c 1 ’ ‘ 7-poun 1 packs ?i- Stock Food 500 ! 1 J i Lee’s Hog Remedy, 7 pounds for 76c Lee’s Worm Rernedv, pound package 26c 1 1 Lee’s Liquid Germizone for Chicks 60c i | Lee’s Ejg-Maker, 111-pound package 26c : Fred H. Kelsey, Manager EVERETT & CO. Dealers in Meats AU bills die is II days Phase 473 Black IfliMllllfl We’ve Got’Em! I come and let us fit you out I Sprinklers, Lawn Mower, Hakes, etc., and taking care ’ of the lawn will be a great pleasure to yon PLUMBING a SPECIALTY The very Best Materials and the most Expert Workmen C. C. Huddleston Hardware, Implements, Harness Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We oarry the largest stock in oar line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to yon at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE GO -Dhlh In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Heats South Main St. ’Phon. No. Lamar 7 Register and Globe-Democrat ll CATARRH H'pgV \ Ely’s Cream Balm Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It rlrmtisoM, HoothoH, Jn-nln nml protects the «1 incused membrane ri’sulting from Catarrh an«l drives away a Cold in 111 • Head quickly, llest ores tho Senses of Tusto nml Smell. F.asy to use. Contains no injurious drills Applied into tho nostrils and absorbed. , Large Size, GO cents at PruggiMts or by mail. Liquid Cream Bnlm for use in atouuzers, 75 cents. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. New York. Sour Stomach No appetite, loss ot strenfth. nervous boss, headache, oonetlpatlon. bed breath, general debility, aov risings. end catarrh of the stomach ere ell due to Indigestion. Kodol rellevee Indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of dlge»> Uon 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 helps oil stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. 8. S. Bel, of lUvenawood. W. Va.. lajrar “ I waa troubled with soar stomach for twenty years. Kodel cured me and we are sow «afn« R Mm* for baby." Kodol Digests What You Bat. Battles anJy. Relevae InSrwoßon. mom stmmA belehlnc of yes. etc. Mrwpered by E. O. OeWITT * 00.. OMIOAOO. Sold by The Up-To-Date Dreg Co. V\ak Women Ye weak and atlias wsmae. there la at laaat eas , way to help. But with Wat way. two treatments MM be combined. One la local, one la non at Be Dr. Slioop’s Nlyht OM to the Local. Dr. Shoap’s RaitoiUln. the ConatitutlonaL The tormar-Dr. Aeep'a Nlaht Curw-ta a loptMl ■oooue m—i brans aepsoaitory remedy, while Bt. Sheep’» BatnnUy la wholly an Internal Want eaat The Beatuialfva aaachea thraushout tba entire system. aaaktes the repair of all nafm lO Maaua. sod all blood ailments. The 'Tflsbt Care", ee Ha same Implies, does Mb work while you sleep. B aoothea aore and Indsss ad mneooa surfaces. hasla local waeknaaaat sad Siarharpm. while the liHwtlve. tat aaattanaanL sires Mewed rlpor and amhMten, keDda np wasted tUmm, brlnytn* about renewed Meath. visor, and Massy- Take Dr. Sheeps iaMMtfva Tablets ar Liquid-as a general taada letheayataM. ParpaMMraleealhelp.uaaeew^ Dr. Shoop’s Night Cure MeLEAN BROS. The Novelette You can't forget ‘‘Dr. U. Ess and His Patient” By J. B. eARLBT For sale at all the local Drug Stores The Beet Farm Inearanoe on Earth THE CONTINENTAL C [INSURANCE CO. Of New York. 53 years old. Assets $10,384,000. Capital and Surplus $9,425,000. Low rates. Losses promptly pftid. Insures all kinds of farm property. Your business so licited. A. L,. Beavers Lamar, (Solo. A. T. & 8. F. Timi Caro. Daily. Lamar. Colorado Daily. WiitHoors. Kaitßouhd. No. 1 al9a. m. No. I 12 06 a. m No. S 924 a. in. No. 4 830a. rn No. 6 112a. m. No. 6 257a. m No. 7 555a. m. No. 8 12 05 p. m No. 9 9S3a. m. No. 10 248 p. ui No. 509 1115 a.m. No. #7O slap. in No. 82-Frt 960 a. m No. 84-Prt 10 25 p.m (1. J. GARVIN, A*en Kps BulSawa WHITB’B Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED 4&s WORM "^REMEDY THE CHILDREN’S FAVORITE TONIC. ■KW..K OF 101T.T1...- TM. O.NUIH. .......O OMIT OV Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. •X. LOUM, MO. i. H.isvsaa. | PROFESSIONAL CARDS GRANBY HILLYIB Attorney and Counselor at Law Lama,, Ooioiuo. iMand Pl.or Qood.l. BullMlfl*. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Lamab, Colobado. Offloa In Bant 818., East Mein at. WELLINGTON E. FEE JL.ttor33.e3r at Xja-no- Lamar, Colorado. W. A. MERRILL JK.ttom.e3r-aLt-XAa.-Br Office in Foley Bldg. LAMAR - - - COLORADO C C GOODALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in Goodale Block LAMAR : : : Of LOKADO DR. e. S. WILSON DENTIST 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 •tore. J. S. HASTY. AC. D —Offloe — Rooms 1 A 3 over First Nstionsl Bank Phone Lamar *67 office. '.AMAH. COLORADO Dr. J.H. Kellogg Office on 2 floor Land Office Bid. I'Laoum : OtUco. Re.l 1521.1 Residence Bed IIM Uealdouse SJS «tl. 84. Lamar. Colo. J. H. HARDY, OSTEOPATH Office hour* 9to 11 and 2 to B; by appoint ment after hoara and Hnndaya. Phono, isiMsns Black 553 . office Red 1062. Bealdouco, 990 Third Stroet I flHar f.l. Office. State Hank Block LBBBT, Mil. C- Dv£- LEE Firm and City Loans Real Estate and Insurance LAMAR MARBLE WORKS E. L STEW AM, hey manufacturer of granite and marble MONUMENTS All kinda of Cut Stone Trim mings for Brick or Stone Houses furnished on short notioe. Postal 6iqar Stand Located in the Opera Hoose Barber Shop Handies N Different Kinds Sole agents for all styles Ckaacellers, Lawreice Barrett, La Cmlcsmi, ill Key Vest Qaeea, best Sc Cijar ei earth. Special Kates by the Box Also a full line of SIOUNB ail CBEVINQ TOBACCOS Come in see os The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP M. L. CONWELL, Prop. BAST SAIN STWBPT One Minute Cough Owes