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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, December 20, 1911, Image 6

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“The Sound of your Voice” — that’s the keynote. Make some loved one happy this glad
Christmas Day by “the sound of your voice.” Call up mother, wife, sister or sweetheart over
the Long Distance lines and wish her Merry Christmas. Do your part to make someone hap
pier by “the sound of your voice” and we'll do ours.
We’ll Stand Half the Expense!
For messages of Christmas cheer on Christmas morning from 8 to 12, we'll cut in halt
the toll rates over our lines.
Denver "War" Just Democracy
The appointment of Hiram B
il.lt* u> suoeed Henry J. Arnold
»-u confirmed by the Supervisor*
-at her late uu Thursday night and
on that same Thursday night, Im
mediately following the confirma
tion of his sipolntment, Mr. Hilt#*
went Incontinently to the court
house to take possession of the
assessor's office and he found that
Mr. Arnold had anticipated his visit
Mr. Arnold was inside his office
with the door locked and Mr. Ar
nold refused to open the door and
hold converse with Mr. HUU. There
upon. Mr. Hilts, or some on* sit
ing for him, took a crowbar, or a
steel oolumu, or some other instru
ment. and smashed the glass in
the door, or window, of the asses
sor’s office. The brokeni glass fell
harmlessly, the implement was tak
en away, nobody was Injured, no
body was threatened with injury
Then, w hen the pane of glam was
broken, Mr. Arnold opened the door
ad admitted Mr. Hilts.
For our part we think that Mr.
Hilts was wrong in being In such
a hurry to acquire possession ol.
his new office, aud we think that
Mr. Arnold was wrong in refusing
to adtnit Mr. Hilts when Mr. Hilt*
appeared with thn document contain
ing hia appointment as successor t«#
Mr. Arnold. But Mr. Hilts ami
Mr. Arnold are both democrats, ami
the kind of things they did Thurs
day evening are very familiar and
very common to the history of de
mocracy In Colorado.
Then on Friday morning. fol
lowing ithe Hilts-Arnold discussion,
came the deluge. Mr. Patterson'*
newspaper declared that there ha l
been a riot; that the life of Mr.
Arnold had been menaced; that i
was only du e to the alertness of
Governor Shafroth in preparing t *
swing the state militia Into Den
ver that bloodshed had been avert -
None of those statements were
true,but that is beside the paint—
they were made Denver Times.
W "“ F„ IMy OU Ou. *"* f “ C’“ 0. D,.„
we told .1 25 c cell let Sxturdxv ? We have jut opened the laat ahipuent direct That Will PItQSS You for Ntxt
We Sold Over 200:
People appcecwte an H*iw.t Cut Kale Safe “ L I B BY S ” Colgate'. Tel com Powder 25 c.
We have about 75 more to sell this week You “ ' W ••••••• •••• VV,Sr
are euwex a real chance to •! • wholede price now. Pen,aid- Hydrogen .a 15r
u iF r a ntIADTCD l AAT I lire TW* week we wUI H II ever, piece at Keetoretive. 1.00. at 7#e
MAKE A QUARTER LOOK LIKE oerin ad noire * llo » rb ® Hßd syrup.
A DOLLAR *’3 tier REGULAR PRICE 50c, at ..
Thee like wllm a gold dollar, lor 65 cenb , "P h " r lce 10c - ■ l - • • 50
Look Here! Another Big Cat No Out has Libby Cot Gloss I Colgate a Perfumee 68.:
Velvet Rons suk Uned Bmt Us ™ ,a " °' Ll '* I **- “** ***
velvet nags „ nd Ch „ d Ud Emtf mtAei lod do M * l • ,rc “* “* p «-
PRICE CUT SQUARE IN TWO dut * ,n * 33u pCTCOT,oHo( «■* doU * r v«u°„ ; 11l .
$3.50 Beg. for $1.75 $6. Beg. for $3. Keooedr’. Laxative
$lOOO Beg. for $5.00 wo dollar pra* * - *U4 Syrup *oc. eele price .... *s»
tiboop's Restorative 1.00, ~ ..76c
We have ooly exleen ol thew leh Belter The tale coolaioet lor the week. Your chance IXeßell'. Kidney Pill, IS Or. ..' tSc
Come tally to buy a beaubful preaeate RIGHT NOW UunMn - , Catarrh Remedy 15c ..lee
Lamar's Leading Drug, Jewetry and Stationery Store
For Exchange —Equity la 160
a«r«*„ uiuder Rent and Prowers sur
v«y, 9 miles from Lamar, for good
Plano, inquire 611 W. Olive street.
A Charming Woman
la one who Is lovely In face, form
and mind and temper. But it is
hard for a woman to be charm
ing without health. A weak, sick
ly woman will be nervous and ir
ritable. Constipation and kidney
poisons show In pimples, blotches,
skin eruptions and a wretched com
plexion. But Electric Bitters al
ways prove a godsend lo woman
who want health, beauthy und
friends. They regulate stomach,
liver and kidneys, purify the blood,
giv« strong nerve*, bright eyes,
pure breath, smooth, velvety skin,
lovely complexion and perfect
health. Try them. 60c at N. X.
McLean's, The Old Reliable Drug
For coughs and colds use Bal
lard’s Horehound Syrup. It acta
soothingly In the Irritated lunge
and throat. Price 26c, 60c and
SI.OO per botUe. Sold by N. N.
McLean. The Old Reliable Druggist.
it was a long and bloody battle
for life that waa waged by James
B. Mershon, of Newark, N. J., of
which he writes: “I had lost much
blood from lung hemorrhages, and
was very weak and run down. For
eight months 1 was unable to work.
Death seemed close on my heels,
when 1 began, three weeks ago.
to us* Dr. King’s New Discovery.
But it has helped me greatly. It
is doing ull that you claim.” For
weak, eore iungn, «obstinate coughs,
stubborn colds, hoarseness, grippe
asthma, hay fever or dhy throat
or any lung trouble it’s supreme;
50c and SI.OO. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by N. N. McLean, The
Old Reliable Druggist.
W. C. GOULD, hashibb
Capital Stock - sso*ooo.
Surplus - - - s4o*ooo.
B a. brown u. D. nurroMß. w. C. GOULD
Register and Globe-Demociat $?

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