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When Eating Causes Colds.
If one who baa caught a cold wll take thought, he will often And ?ha* be has prepared himself for the in fection by some tax on his physical condition —some extra work which has depressed his bodily powers, some worry which hss preyed upon his mind, sortie loss of sleep, some undue exposure to atmospheric changes, or some dietary Indiscretion. says a writer in the Youth's Companion. For indiscreet eating is one of the most prolific and yet the least recog nized of all the predis;»oßlng causes of a cold. Let the hearty eaters of rich food, who suffer from repeated colds, try a course of abstinence during the coming winter, and they will become convinced of the truth of these re marks. In this case the proof of tbs pudding is in the not eating of it Fig Wine. Consul Maxwell niake of Funchal advises that some interest ha 3 been aroused In the Island of Mader'a as the result of experiments conducted by an Italian chemist. Professor Pa rfscl. who declare* that the Juice cf the fig under proper treatment can bo converted into a wine of excellent taste The professor states that Its flavot Is agreeable; that it Is very rich in phosphate matter and almost wholly destitute of tannic acid, qualities that render it especially nourishing to in valids and children The pulp is sa d also to create a new food for milch cows and fowls. The fresh fig con •ains only about 25 per cent of sugar but after it has been dried and pr* pared for the making of wine 11 yields SO per cent sugar. People That Hibernate. Pliny tells of Kpimenldes. the Cre tan. who slept in a cave for 57 year 3 Pliny tells many singular tales, and we fear he was a creda.ous person. Mut Henry 111. of France, when he wa» In Poland, nobles, physicians anion/ them Dr. Johannes Ptduxius; Alex ander Guagninus of Verona, a colonel of foot; SiglsmundUH Liber, a baron In Heibersteln. all personally knew this fact: A people that inhabited Lu comoria seemed to die on every 27tb of November by reason of the winter's cold. On the 24th of April they all awoke, arose, and went about theii business. Betrayed by Talk in Sleep. A Paris woman who was a.Tesied for picking pockets, and who pretend ed to speak an unknown language, be trayed herself In her sleep. When brought before (he magistrate she was interrogated by Turkish. Russian. Polish and Hungarian interpreters, but none could understand her. al though one believed she spoke a little known dialect in Persia. The magis trate was not convinced, and ordered her to be kept in th«* prison infirmary under strict surveillance. In her sleep the woman talked fluent French, with the true Parisian ac cent. Advice to Candidates. An Australian M. P. advises candi dates for parliament to be seen as of ten as possible among the mourners in the constituencies they “re court ing. “It shows the domestic, the fam ily feeling strong; it denotes an ob servance of religious conventions, and It is taken as proof of s loyal heart, s heart that beats for an old acquaint ance even in dust. At one contest 1 attended on sd average two funerals a day every day of rhe last week, and the polling was my top score.” Useless Precaution. The town council of a small Ger man community met to Inspect a new site for a cemetery They assembled at a chapel and as it was a warm day gome one suggested they leave their eoats there. "Seine one can stay behind and watch them,” suggested Herr Bob tela. "What, for,” demanded Herr Ehr lich. “If we are all going out to gether what need la there tor any •wa to watefc the dothee?” Commissioners Proceedings. May 3rd. 1909. | Hoard met pursuant to adjourn men.. H. Man. <d.- aim Oir.-.i,. ... **-nt. S. C. Gregory made chapman piu A p proved claims and ordered warrant* I' drawn In jayment as follows. Read Diet. No. 2. M. II I teed Roadwork . **9 0o I*. K. Manuel, same ••» \V. « V Stanford, same 5 ... Bristol ll.i»e i 0.. Supplies ::i 1 , General Road Fund. J. It. Gordon. Itoadwoik *l5O Win. latnele. same 10 .. Road Disirlc*. No. 4. C. H. Komtnan. Itoadwork I; 1 * • A B. Myers, same »- •' Jacob Bollnjter. same I • J B. Myers, same • - J. y Ha.'srman -am*- 1 • Road District No. 5. Alva I»eeter. Itoadwork I 2 * -‘•V . Jerr\ Gouch same lih Kins, same J? **• Wrn. Brlskey. same 10 ..o Arthur Butler same ■ Cm Barnard, -ame 10 S. H. Huffman, same 7”. Road District No- 6. I'. S. Akers. Itoadwork f \Y k Waters. Bla< Ordinary Coi nty S C. Grestorv Ser. and mIL I- *■" H. B. Manvflle. Servi l.' w Adjourned to meet May Ctl. . lfO:* May kill Board met pursuant to adjournmen' all present Approved claim- and ordered warian drawn in payment on the several t n" hA follows. Ordinary County Fund. John Simpson. fee* *2OS 15 IA. 11. Barrett. Wit. fees I‘eo. vs Mi A lams - - i Jno. I’ettlcrew. same '-' * At. S. Gibbs, same V* ii L. L. Knox, same 25 75 i i’has. Blxler. same •J s J IF A. Thomas, same 1:: i - . II Richards. Juror Apr. s r*-im IMst. court 21 i' jl_ S Perdue, same jl i> J p. B. i.' m h, same - I Dan Carl, same 7 65 , jG. L. Cowan, same 15 95 j Iv I». Mercer, same 2 • 'John Pettlcrew. Court Bailiff .... N K. Butler. Juror Apr. Term IMst. Court I W. H. Clark, same 1-’ •>.. It. I>. N'evlus. same .... , I‘. 1. ,J. G Bovd. same .. " ,» ' l.amai Seed Co.. Coal for Jail ' Geo L Pollard. Janitor • • ' W. A. Merrill. I»eputy IMst Attv. ’ 1 l.amar Auto Co.. Services ~ ; j Thos. Kaican. Boardlnst Jury 1 '■ • K. .1. Brauna. Stenou IMst Court !•/ 0 i I >r. K. K. Bart let. Prof. Serv. M- Adams Case 0" I j Lamar Auto Co. Services McAdain I t 'use 5* V Lamar Wall Papei and Paint Co. Paint for Jail 14 t- John Pettlcrew. U*«aul of |’u*un ers *0 < I-;. 11.I 1 . M i-aria ml. Ser. Ale Aoa.ns case 26 0- |A. \V. AlcMendrie. Ser. List Ally. •*« u latmar L. H. «v I*. Co.. Llklu* lot Jail 7 3 Umar L 11. .v P. Co. Lights for Court House It j It. L. Christy. Irept. Treas. ser. . . 75 0 jG. W. Karn. l*ept. Assess, st-rv. G - .* Josephine Mi-Knight. Stenoß, for List. Atty 20 i ! Lavls .v I »avis. Supplies for Court House .. I O') K. M. Alears. Water Com 75 00 S. W. Creasy, same 35 oo A. K. Downer. Aud. Treas Book* I*o 0*» J. K. Curry, same 16 6h Frank Means Hoard July 9 t>" J. F. Jenner. Juror Apr. Term •List Court 20 0• ■ It. Vocal. same 15 60 Paul Idler, same 12 6 James Webb. Wit. Peo. vs Mr Adams 5k 00 Ben Caddlck. same 27 2-> General Road Fund. Um«r Brick and Stone Co. Till lift Poor FunS. Sliver Bros. Gro. for Mrs. Sini inomi* *3 3 John Barkei Rent for Air*. Shn monds so*. Strain Bros. *'..al ffOdltli Alax weil and Mrs. A. Thompson To Special Contingent Fund. J. c. Ford. Burying dead Anluials*2l Hubert Work. Care o Simon. Slef tert and Dykaterhuis .. .. 9! 25 Road District No. 1 Hollv Lutn. and Supply Co.. .Nati**3 Adjourned to meet May 7th. May 7t.i l'-Oi* R'*arJ met pursuant to a Ijo^inment, all preseni. Approved •laims and ordered uauaii drawn In payment as follows. Road District No. 1 lames Wilson. Roadwork . ....*4 AI. S. Braitß. same 39 • I General Road. Holly Mere, c.... Frestios .. ..**•>« Alanvll'e and Flloon. Jetty vvoik 632 ■* i >. Harden. Tl.iriß 119* j Town of Granada. Road Tax col ie. tad 100 • I P A. Eberle. Gradiig 280 72 1 \V. T. Morse, sam - 234 75 I Ordinary County. John Simpson. Court Bailiff..? 12 50 J o', i Simpson. peo. vs Snider.. 2 <55 H. Rowei Jin or Afi. Term List. Court 1 ' W. K Fee Coun. for Snider . 2" '-0 W. H Fe- Coun. for Haskins 20 F J. McCarty-. Coun. for Snidei 2*. on J. W. Bent Dept- IMst. Clerk I*3 ’*• 1 Authorized Coun tv Clerk to advertise for l.i Is for -halin--- certain portions ol the Putdic road south from I-amar. Approved claim* and ordered warrant drawn in payment on the ordinaly Coun tv Revenue Fund as follows. S. C. Gregory. Serv. and Mllei'-—*l * W W. Reynolds, same JJ- •' H. B. Manville. Services ' Adjourned t-. meet May 17th. State of Colorado. County o' Prowers. SS. I J. Chss. F. Hoae. County Clerk In and for sail Countv. In the State afnre -1 said, do herebv certify that the forego l lnir is a fulT. true and correct c«nv of : the procee*llne* of the Board of County ' Commissioner* In the Countv and State I nforesald. a* the same appears upon the I records In my office | Given -nder my hand and official seal [the 3d day of June. A. D. 1909. CHAS. F. HOAG. County -Tlerk. ECZEMA CURABLE? PROVEN. Attorney at Moline, 111., Convinced by Oil of Wintergreen Com pound. There is nothing that will convince a lawyer except evidence. Now. here Is some rather startling evidence of a simple home cure for eccema which convinced one lawyer. F C. Bntriken. attorney at Moline, m He tells how oil of wintergreen compound mixed with thymol and gly cerlne, as in D. D. D. Prescription, cured him in thirty days after thirty two years of suffering. "For 32 years.” writes Attorney En triken, “I was troubled with eczema, “-'aba all over my face, body and head. I could run a hah- brush over Prowers County Orchard. my body and the floor would be o»'ered with scales enough to fill a basket. I tried everything —salves. Internal medicine. X-Ray—all with out result." "Just a month ago I was induced to try D. D. D. Prescription. The itch was relieved instantly; so I .ontinued. It is just a month now and I am completely cured. I have .iOt a particle of itch and the scales have dropped off “I can only sa; again Cure Discov ered. I am now starting all eczema sufferers on the right track." Cure after cure has been brought to our attention aud always that in stant relief from the awful itch. The Up-to-Date Drug Co. I like to laugh—So do you— jSo does most everyone—Well you have a good many laughs coming to you when you go and see **The Lady ’and The Liar” and it Is not their fault if you do not get all of them coming. We want to say to you right now if yon miss seeing that comedy. ‘-Thf- Lady and the Liar” it is your own fault for we have told . you about it. Its good. SPECIAL SANITARY NOTICE. All persons disposing of dead an imals# decaying vegetables, etc., must bury the same. The city garbagq ground being East of wagon bridge in river bed. By order of the Board of Health. Fred L Rosacrans Feast Block, N. Main St. Plumbing Supplies and Plumbing Work c. LEE Farm and City Loans Beal Estate and Insnrance PROFESSIONAL CARDS F. E. IRWIN Civil Engineer and Surveyor Office over 107 eouth Main Lamar, Colo. DR. B. E. BARTELT Physician and Surgeon Office over New York store, or inquire at McLean Bra.’ drug atore. OR. LE ROY GULLICK, Physician and Burgeon, (Ex. Interne Md. General Hospital.) Baltimore, Md. Room 9 Land Office Building Tel. Lamar 48. GRANBY HILLYER attorney and Counselor at Law Lamas, Colobado. Second Flo>r Snitle 3 illii'u. J. K. DOUGHTY, attorney and Counselor at Law, Lamab, Colorado. Office in Bent 818.. EeetMalnSt. WELLINGTON E. FEE Attorney a.t La-nr Lamar, Colorado. W. A. MERRILL A-ttomoy-at-Laur Office in Foley Bldg. LAMAR - - - COLORADO C C GOODALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Office in Goodale Block LAMAR : C LOKADO FRANCIS J. McCARTY, Attorney at Law LAMAR, COLORADO. COAL! We handle the genuine Canon City Coal—the coal that bums to ashes and does net leave the stove fall of clinkers which ruins the lining and grates in yonr stoves. We handle this in Lump and also in Nut or Egg size. This size comes 50c cheaper than the Lump. We also handle the Anthracite Trinidad Lump, Nut and Mine Ron, which is cheaper and is used by some for domestic use, but more generally for steam and furnaces. Also handle Pea Coal, which makes a cheap cook stove coal. The George's Creek Big Vein Blacksmith Coal is the best Coal mined for foundry and blacksmith use. Lee's and Conkey’s Stock and Poul try remedies and Tonics. Ask for Bqok and Pamphlets treating on all Poultry diseases. LAMAR SEED CO. F. H. KELSEY, Manager. A Bag of Gold was saved by a boy. He started with only 10 cents. Some days he saved 20 cents. One holiday be saved SO cents. Out of 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 thend of one year he was delighted to find that he had saved up $lOO.OO. You can do the same. Come to us and get a Beauti ful Pocket Savings Bank free. The First National Bank LAMARCOLO. DO IT NOW! You have been putting off from day to day, and week to '"•J** the taking out of that Life Assurance Policy for the protection of your wife and little ones. Today you may be In insurable condition; perhaps not tomorrow. It’s only the absolutely selfish man who makea no provisfon for his family fter he’s gone. Are you in that class? Let us advise you as to the best form of policy to cover your individual needs. WRITE OR CALL TODAY. The Colorado National Life HOME OFFICE: Symes Building, Denver, Colorado 3D. *E3. COOPER Real Estate, Loan Insurance Aeren* THE NEW WAY OF SMOKING MEAT By applying two coats of V/WIGHT'S CONI)£NRED SMOKE I directly ia tao meat with a brush after the meat has gone Mfefl) through tlia s-.lt. It will be thoroughly smoked, will have a Bo Cavor and will keen solid and sweet and free from IF _> insects through the entire summer. Wright’s Condensed Smoke ft a Uqnld smoke and contains nothing except what Is obtained by burning hickory wood. IS Is put up In square quart bottles only, each with a metal cap. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. A bottle will smoke a barrel of meat (»0 lbs.) For Bale by all druggists at 75c. Every bottle guaranteed Askdrugglst for FREE BOOK. ‘'The Now Way.” Be sore to get the genuine WRIGHT’S CONDENSED SMOKE. Made only by , THE B. H. WRIGHT CO., Ltd., 106 W. Fourth St, TUUM Cfcy, Mmt •OLD AND GUARANTEED BY McLean Bros., Lamar, Colo. When a country becomes civilized it demands typewriters. When it becomes posted on compartive values it demand* The SMITH PREMIER Typewriter The fact that The Smith Premier Typewriter is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further fact that the demand increases year after year. The reputation of The Smith Premier is World-wide. World-wide use has made it so. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 1637 CHAMPA STREET, DENVER, COLORADO Did you ever sit around outside your house on a Sunday after noon, or of an evening, maybe, and watch the paint, and see it go, when it ought to be holding on tight? Some paints are so poor that you can almost see them as they dry out, and crumble, and powder, and blow away. Why do they do this? Why does this happen? Something the matter with the materials—too much lead, maybe, or poor oil, or not scientifically ground and mixed-—might have been good materials but not balanced right for wear. At this store we make it our business to KNOW what paint will wear because it pays us to handle the kind that pays you. And that’s why we handle MOUND CITY HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAlNT— made of pure lead and zinc and aged linseed oil, the necessary drier and coloring matter and nothing else. Every atom of every gallon of it is good paint. Paint that is balanced for longest wear, for finest looks and to spread over the largest surface to the gallon. So much for the outside of the house, but don’t forget there’s a HORSE SHOE BRAND PAINT for every use —one for kitchen floors and steps —one for borders around rugs—one for screens — one for buggies, another for wagons, and one for practically every other purpose. The best place in this town to buy paint is the place where they know most about paint and can help you and advise you what particular paint to use for the purpose, how to get the surface ready, how to put it on, and all that; things you naturally want to know to get the best results. So if you want the best paint and the best paint service (and you do, if you come here,) come here. C. C. HUDDLESTON