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Dee Blackwell arrived on No. 8 today. Kollln G. Good ale la expected home touighL. Tom Wilson came up from Holly this morning. Dr. Purse returned from Denver this afternoon. Chas. Maxwell arrived home from the west today. C. H. McVey, of the great north side was a Lamar visitor today. Mr. Byron DunJiam, of Houston. Texas, is visiting Miss BUen Cooper. F. E. Irwin returned from an ex tended visit to his.old home In In diana, this week. Jaddoa Parrish came down from Boulder last night, so that he could cast his first vote. Hartwell PlUoud was up from Al bany today and took No. 10's election supplies down with him. Blind George of La Junta, came to Laanar last night, and today his phonograph is interesting many people. Mrs. J. A. Mutcbler arrived last night from Illinois. She has some Important business uffairs to attend to here. The football game today between Lamar and Rocky Ford resulted in a victory for the Ford by the score of 6 to 0. E. J. Wagner, proprietor of the fine Fairview ranch, returned yester day from Arizona where he bought a large bunch of sheep. Rev. H. N. Pingree returned home this morning from Canon City, where he has been helping in the temper ance tight that is on there Ray Adams has accepted a position with a large loan company at Colo rado Springß and will leave the first of next week to enter upon his duties Chore. Mrs. A Laugh]in returned to hre homo io Trinidad this morniug, in order to vote at the coming election. She has been visiting with her da ugh tor, Mrs. OonnolL Mr. sod Mrs. G. W. Cooper re turned to their home in Missouri, this afternoon after an extended visit boro with her children. Mrs. J. R. King and Ed. Cooper. Mr. Robert Ziegler has sold his Em ployment Agency and Tailor shop to J. C. Moore. Mr. Ziegler expects to lohve for Lawrence, Kansas, next Tuesday and make his home there. Dr. Jay Saylor went to Kooky Foru on No. 9 today. He went to um pire the football game this afternoon. I and one thing certain is that the bojra will get all that is coming u them. Mfllszn Bros, have some fine High flohool pennants now, and they are very cheap. When you go out to root for the boys, when Trinidad comes next Saturday, get one and wear ft. Yes* Chas. Thomas found his hat alright. He was only away from the Isunar crowd about five minutes, so be didn’t have to run for his train. Now the question As where did he go during the said five minutes. Messrs. John Cooper, Frank Stew art and “Pug” Ryan were visiting frlsnda and attending the “Big Show' in Hotly last night, and they certain ly look like they had attended some thing when they returned today on the Stub. The High School Foot Ball team, accompanied by Prof. Jones, Miss Batman, and Miss Froth Ingham, took No. 5 this morning for Rocky Ford. This game is the first league game o the season and the boys are deter mined to win. Mrs. W. W. Cooper on Thursday afternoon entertained four tables of bridge whist enthusiasts at her home on West Olive street, and oil present had a most delightful time. Each guest was presented with a beauti ful bouquet of cut flowers, and dainty refreshments were served by the hos refreshments were served by the hostess. Mxw. Merle Ward had the high score. Died.—At his home in Lamar last night after a long and painful sickne Stephen Harrell, one of Lamar's pio neers, and an estimable and honored oftissn. He was for many years iu business here and was well known to all the citizens of the place and no one had more friends. His death cams after months of severe suffer lng caused by the steadily increasing inroads of paralysis, ou lids once ▼iglxouß constitution, and the rest brought by death was a relief to him. The funeral services will be held at the M. E. Church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock and he will be laid to reel In Riverside cemetery. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OF ADJUST MENT DAY. ■•tats of Martin F. Diekinaou. deoeaaad. The undersigned, having bwn appointed ».d --mteiatoatix of the estate of Martin F Diokiaaon. lata of tha county of I’rower*, in tna State of Colorado, deceased. hereby «i*ea notice that aba will appear before the t\>uuty Court of aald Prowera eoanty at the Court Houae iu Lamar, at tha Saatamber term on Monday, November SO, A. D. 1008. next, at which time ail pereuoa ha*- Ins elaime aeainat aaid estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpoee of bavins the earn# adjusted. All nereona indebt ed to eaid eetate are requested to make im mediate payment to the undersigned. Dated October 88, A. D. IMS. If ARY J- DICKINSON. Administratrix. CATARRH Ely’s Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. OIVBS RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, Boothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and . drives avar a Cold in tlio Head quickly. 1 Restores the Senses of Tasto and Smell. Easy to uae. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into tlio nostrils and absorbed. Lurcc Kizo, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. < ELY BROTHERS. 58 Warran SI.. N.« York | The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP M. L. CON WELL, Prop BAST MAIN STRFRT. Money to Loan lose)’ tt Lon oi Colorado Irrigated Finns. J. F CURRY, lEAL ESTATE & FIRE INSURANCE R»»« J, erer Lamm Nil. But I omar, Ola C. LEE Farm aid City Luis Real Estate and Insurance 920,000 just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wist Makkham. PROFESSIONAL CARDS FRANCIS J. MoCARTY, Attorney at Law LAMAR. COLORADO. GRANBY HILLYER Attorney and Counselor at Law Lam.b, Colorado. Second Fleer Qeedale Building. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Lamar, Colorado. Omen in Bant Blk., East Main St. WELLINGTON E. FEE •ZS.ttorxa.e3r at Xoo.txr Lamar, Colorado. W. A. MERRILL -a-ttojm.o3r-a.t-l-la.Txr Office in Foley Bldg. LAMAR - - - COLORADO C C GOODALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in Goodale Block LAMAR : : : C LOKADO F. E. IRWIN Civil Engineer and Surveyor Office over|lo7 south Main Lamar, Colo. j. a hasty, u. D —Office— Rooms 1 A 3 over First National Bank Phone Lamar 57 office. I.AMAK. COLORADO DR. E. E. BARTELT Physician and Surgeon Office over New York store, or inquire at McLean Bma.’ drag ■tore. NOTIC E FOR PUBLICATION. UttDerimut of the Interior. U 8 Lend Office at Lamer. Cola October 9, 1908. NOTICE lx hereby given that John U. Drelier, of Colorado, who. On September 18, 1907, made homestead en try (0613), No. 8661, for tho SW hi Sec tion 22, Township 23 S.. Kunge 47 W.. 6th Principal Meridian, has L.ed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land a bove described, before the Register and iteceiver, at Lamar, Colorado, on tho 25th day of November, 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: Fred Claus, Frod Lovejoy, William Nogal, Oliver Knauts, all of Lamar, Colorada JOHN A. WILLIAMS Rs«4st er -ORCHESTRA.” E. A. Bannister, Dinactor. Music furnished for all occasions. Prices reasonable. Phone No. Red 1984 or address P. O. Box 801. Queens ware Granite ware (Shinaware Tinware Linoleum THE FAIR Paul Denning Photographer Picture Framing and Kodak Finishing ALL WORK GUARANTEED ’Phone " - Prowers 72 Everett & Church Shoes and Furnishings, Groceries, Queensware HIGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE Fair Dealing and Right Prices arc the Features oi This Store Rhone Lamar 34 Lamar, Goto The W.M.Dickinson Lumber Co. Yellow and White Pine Finish Sash, Doors and Mouldings Lime, Cement and Brick Try It One Month Take advantage of our Electric Light Service for one month and you will never again return to the use of smoky, ill smelling kero sene oil lamps. Let us have your house wired at once Lamar Electric Co. Phone Lamar 8 A. E. BENT, President W. P. BELL, Manager WE ARE HERE TO STAY. And by the way. We do the BUSINESS, not the PEOPLE. The Arkansas Valley Land Headquarters Bargains in Farm Property First National Bank Bldg. Lamar,Colo. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Offloe at Lamar, Colo. October 17, 1908. NOTICE la hereby given that Thoin ua H. Nicholson of Lamar, Colorado, who on November 10. 1906, made home stead entry (0716), No. 6764, for S. E. ft. Section 13, Township 20 S., Range *7 W., 6th Principal Meridian, has fil ed notice of intention to nmku Fluai commutation Proof, to establish claim tp t*io land above deßcrtl>cd, before the Keglater and Receiver, at I-ninar, Colo -1908 ° n lh ® 27th dny of Novernber * Claimant names aa wltneaaea: John O. Stream, Bertha Walker. Jason Jamea, Herbert Heath, all of Lamar Colorado. JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Register. Notice Of Stockholders Meeting. Las Animas, Cola, Nov. 9th, 1908. The regular annual meeting of the Stockholder of the Fort Lyon Canal Company will be held at the Court llouae In the town of Laa A minus Colorado on the second Monday In December, 1908, being the 14th day of December 1908, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of electing a Board of Dir ectors and the transaction of such ot her bualneaa aa may properly and law fully come before said meeting, B. T. McClave, President. Frank Kreyblll, Secretary. Bad Symptoms. The woman who has periodical head* aches, backache, seoa imaginary dark bpots or specks floating or dancing bofore her eyes, ha.ygnawlng distress or heavy full feeling in Itomach, faint spells, drag* gtng-downAeellng In lower abdominal or pelvic region, easily startled or excited, Irregulkror painful periods, with or with out irlvic catarrh, is suffering from weakmysps an<hflerangements that should have eafly attention. Not all of above symptoiis ape likely to be present in any case at one/ime. Neglocted or badly treated and such cases/6ft /n run Into maladies which da man/ Use surgeon's knife It they do not re?iu^ata!ly. sevAralTntfrpdlenia- worth 555th«n any number nf ordinary mm-nrolesslnnal timoniai*. The very best ingredients kuo*n to medical science for the cure of woman's peculiar ailments enter into Its composition. No alcohol, harmful, or habit-forming drug is to be found in the list of its Ingredients printed on each bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. In any condition of the female system. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription can do only good—never harm. Its whole effect is to strengthen, invigorate and regulate the whole female system and especially the pelvic organs. when these are de ranged in function or affected by disease, the stomach and other organs of digestion become sympathetically deranged, the nerves nrp weakened, and a long list of bad. unpleasant symptoms follow. Too much must not be expocted of this "Fa vorite Proscription." It will not perform miracles: will not cure tumors—no med icine will. It toil! often prevent them, if taken In time, and thus the operating table and the surgeon's knife may be avoided. Women suffering from diseases of long standing, are invited to consult Doctor Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence Is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. Dr. Pierce’s Medical Adviser (1000 pages) is sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps for paper-covered, or 81 stamps for cloth-bound copy. Address as above. Notice For Bids For Construction Of Section Numer One Of The La mar Water Works. Sealed bids for the furnishing of nil materials, supplies, labor, etc., and the sustaining of all of the expense Incur red In construction in place Section Number One of the Lamar Water Works together with all appurtenances, for the Town of Lamar, In the County of Prow ers, State of Colorado, as ordered and authorized by resolution of the Board of Trustees of the said Town of La mar, and in accordance with the details, plans and specifications adopted and prescribed by the Board of Trustees of said Town, will be received at the office of the Town Clerk and Recorder of said town of Lamur, In said Town of laimar, until 8 o’clock, P. M. on Monduy the 16th day of November, A. D. 11*08, at which hour ull bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the Town Hall of said Town. Upon open ing the bids the Mayor will canvass the same and-If any Is accepted will, with out unnecessary delay, award the con tract subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees of suid Town; but the right Is reserved to the Board of Trustees of said Town to reject any unil all bids. The successful bidder shall be re quired to furnish a bond In the sum of 80 percent of the amount of his bid with surety to be approved by the May or of the Town of Lamar, for the faith ful performance of the contract. To Insure good faith on the part of the bidder, a cashier's check In the sum of One thousand Hollars ($1000.00) on some bank In Lamar, Colorado, must accompany each bid, which check shall he payable to the Treasurer of the said Town of Lamar to be forfeited to the said Town as liquidated damages In case the bid shall be accepted and the bidder shall fall, for ten days after notice of the approval of the acceptance thereof by the Board of Trustees of the town of Lamar, given personally or by mall to the address of such bidder to enter Into the contract awarded him. Section Number One of the Umar Water Works hereinabove referred to Is located twelve miles South and three-quarters of a mile Hast of the Town of Lamar, Colorado, on Clay- Creek. the exact location being more particularly described as being In the Last Half (E. M.) of Section Thirty two (3-’), Township Twenty-four (24) South Bunge Forty-six (46) West of the sixth Principal Meridian. The work consists of the construction of a dry rubble subterranean collecting gallerv of small cross section and the construct i" n , t approximately 3200 linear feet of i- Inch pipe line, together with other appurtenances, us will more fully appear t** shown by the plans and specl ficatlons for said Section Number One the t oVfi«^? i o? r .K Val f r . Works on file In 2**®? of . the clerk nnd recorder of .V»? J u . ot 1 - amar . Colorado, which gxiclflcatlon, may Urn ml.i T. .'. tl,e orflce CHARLES MAXWELL Mayor. Dated at I amar Colorado, this 19th •lay of October, A. D. 1908. First Publication October 21st., 1908. Last Publication, November 11th., 1908. FOR RENT—Good office rooms to be equipped with steam heat, adjoin ing U. S. Land Office. C. C. Goodale. A Bag of Gold was saved by a boy. He started with ouly 10 cents. Some days he saved 20 cents. One holiday he saved 50 cents. Out oi h : s first week’s salary he saved $l.OO. So fast did his money grow that he soon had $5.00. Then he worked and saved to gel $lO.OO. At the end of one year he was delighted to find that he had saved np $lOO.OO. You can do the same Come to us and get a Beauti ful Pocket Savings Bank free. The First National Bank LAMARCOLO. Build Now First-Cl’iss Common Wrick F. O. B. Factory at $8.60 PEPTONE THOUSAND See them at the Brick Plant, east of > an.at Mill LAMAR BRICK AND STONE £0 MORTON STRAIN, President B. T. McCLAK. Vice Pre.. L. P. ADAMS. Cash CAPITAL $50,000 THE LAMAR NATIONAL BANK Successor to STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO IM VECTORS MORTON STRAIN B. T. MoCLAVK L.’P. ADAMS R. E. ADA MU C. M. LEE C. 8. SMITH A. DHKTKR We want your business, large or small, and offer every facility consistent with safe and conservative banking Accounts Received Subject to ebock. Money Orders Sold ( ID. H 3. COOPER Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agenr, SILVER BROS. GROCERIES BAST BIDE MAUN ST. ’PHONB NO. S 3 RBD COAL COAL COAL • Winter is nearly here and you must think about the comfort of your home. We are here to fill y»ur needs for Coal with the beet grades of Canon City, and other X’Jist Class Cool, which «a ce* deliver at your door for >5.00 to $7.1*0 per ton. We are better pre pared than any one else to handle your trade, owing to • «u large storage yards and numerous wagori which insure “Quick Delivery * We also make a specialty of alfalfa and other farm seeds. Try some of our alfalfa Meal for eto k and see it increase your milk supply. The Old Reliable Firm CTD AIN DD AC PHONE LAIAI 4 JIKA ID DuUj. A. E. EVERETT Dealers in Meats All hills die in 31 days Pb*«.' 413 '.Hu HBEST RANGES* market. Throw out that old stove and easier too PLUMBINGa SPECIALTY The very Best Materials and the most Expert Workmen C. C. Huddleston Hardware, Implements, Harness Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, eto fc We carry the largest stock in oar line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO.