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Cub—l suppose the three “R’s” are ■till the essential foundation for a good newspaper? Editor —Not on your life. It’s the three “B’e" nowadays. NCub —Three "S’s?” Editor —Yep. We’ve got to have a ■nappy editorial writer, snoopy re porter and a snippy society editress. — Pack. KEEN. “She’s wonderfully sharp." “Yes; whenever she cuts for a prize ■he always wins." The Amateur Gardener. On Harden seeds I think I'll blow A little cash. I'll buy ttome. wml proceed to grow Some euccotii (???) Good morning, McCarthy!" ■aid Mrs. Ryan, as the friends met at the market. "How’s all the folks get ting along?” "They be all doing well,” replied Mrs. McCarthy, "except my old man. He’s been enjoyin’ poor health for some toime, but this mornln’ he com plained of feelin’ better.”—Youth’s Companion. That Ancient Feeling. Blobbs —I feel like the oldest man la the world. Blobbe—What are you talking about? You are not a day over thirty. Blobbe —Yes, but I’ve Juet been lis tening to a boy of sixteen tell about the thlnge hs used to do when bs was a kid. Time to Quit. "Yea, I had to swear off. 1 * ••Why?” “It was time. After getting safet. Into the house, I deliberately awoke my wife to ask her the name of the ■sag I was humming. When a mas gets that way it’s time to quit.** The New Bribery. “Oh, me!” exclaimed the daughter •f the candidate. ”1 Just saw papa hissing the cooklady.** "That's all right, dear. He is act lag as my manager, and I want her vote for today's election." CAUGHT. Ralph—Beautiful view, here. Re ■kinds me so much of Scotland, yoi know. Rose —Oh! then you went to the lecture, too? Other Interests. It need to make a man enthuse If be could keep the babe» In shoes But modern mankind but aspires To keep a motor car in tires. Something Wrong. "What makes you think the new so praao won’t do? At first you said her voloa was good.” *1 know I did, but none of the other ■apian ns seem to be Jealous of her.” The Dean. “Have you heard the news of the 9 4oaa who was found dead In a box?” "No,” the vicar answered excitedly. "What dean was It?” "Why, the sardine, of course.” '*i • 1 Motorcycle for sale. Call at 809 ■outh Third streat. For gale Thirty-four head of two year old Holstein Heifers. Write Uom Gammon, Ramah, Colorado. I of Quality Groceries Hunger Disappear! Here The Pure Food Laws Obtain, And Those With Appetites On The Wane, Get Them Quickly Back Again! TRY THESE-THEY’LL PLEASE | Bour Celebrated Coffee 30, 35 and 40c Hunt Staple Brand Can Fruit 25c Heinz Baked Beans and Pickles Rood's & Hershey's Chocolate Candy Bour Tea, Garden Tea Schillings Best Extracts and Spices ALL TOP NOTCH BRANDS F. H. KELSEY GROCER rf#\ COOVER THE TAILOR Let me prove to you that I am THE KNOCKER in Lamar. To prove this you phone La mar 35 or 145 and we will call for ar.d deliver to you, your old suit looking like * new one. We knock the SPOTS Cut Prices Prevail Now We have our dry cleaning department equipped with the moat up-to-date French Dry Cleaning machinery known. Wa can clean anything from a pair of kid glovea to a aet of portlera— Just phone Lamar 36, tell ue your wants and troubles and we will put them Into the Extractor (Everbody la doing It). Try our Sanitary Steam Press. Suita preseed 76c. Visit our Tailor Shop before you buy, for you will do so anyway. Suita to your measure $16.00. COOVER THE TAILOR 115 1-2 South Main St. The Lamar Seed Company THE PLACE TO BUY Genuine Canon City Coal WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN | Alfalfa Seed, Grain, Hay | and All Farm Seeds I We also have salt in any quantity for j j stock. Prampt delivery made to any part of the city. Phone Lamar 63. F. W. SAYLER., Manager. SILVER BROS. MERC. CO. WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS BABT BIDE MAIN ST. ’Pt«OIVBBs LAMAR 06 & 07 tl R BROWN. PRJM. A. M. PAJLR2BM. TIGM FREE W. G. GOULD, CAgHIRR FIRST NATIONAL BANK LAMAJI, COLORADO Capital Stock - $50,000. Surplus ... $40,000. unuKTroMi B. B. BROWN. M. D. THATCHER- W. C. GOULD. T. M. BROWN. A. N. PARRIBA $lOO,OOO. To Loan on Farms 7 Per, Cent. Liberal (terms, optional prepayment. Am also in| the market for some good city loans at 7 per cent. DSee me. I. H. MYERS. C. M. LEE B- T. McCLftVE R. E. ADAMS ‘Pitoefdeat Vice Pres. Oasliior CAPITAL 600,000 THE LAMAR NATIONAL BANK Bncoc—or la STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO DIRECTORS: Morton Strain, B. T. MdSare, Raj Adame, M. J. McMlllla, O. M. Lee, O. 8. Smith, A Deetcr. Wa want your busmens, large or small, and offer every facility consistent with safe and conservative hanking Accounts Received Subject to Ch«,ek I—ary (Mars Sold Register and Globe-Democrat $?