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achieve foolishness, and others go abating in hobble skirts. An Indiana man has taken to eat ing cigar stubs. Does Dr. Wiley know the exact effect of a Fletcherised c'- gar stub on the human system? “When a boy breaks a window/* observes the Atchison Globe, “his first Impulse Is to run/* And if the property owner is anywhere about, his first im pulse is to run after the boy. The stars in the Oberammergau Pas sion Play receive f€ 36 apiece for their season’s work. Borne professional act ors might stand that, if there were vaudeville or lecture engagements during the winter. A sporting expert says that too much literary work ruined Mr. Bat tling Nelson as a fighter. And those who have read any of his writing do r.ot hesitate to declare that too much fighting ruined Mr. Nelsop as a lit ertory man. »r. Lasker has defeated another as pirant for the chess honors. How he hangs onto the championship without calling upon the Hon. James J. C».- bett for training assistance is one of the dark mysteries of this life. An Indiana paper tells of a farmer in that state who fills his pockets with green walnuts when he goes rab bit hunting, and throws with such deadly accuracy that he can hit the animals every shot. How the base ball “scouts’* overlooked talent like this is one of the mysteries of tire na tional game. NATIONAL WESTERN STOCK SHOW AT DENVER, JANU ARY 16 TO 21. A special rate of one fare for the round trip will be made via the Colo rado and Southern for this occasion from all points in the state. Tickets will be on sale from points within ICO miles of Denver on January 16, 18, 19 and 20. In addition to these dates tickets will be sold from points more than 150 miles from Denver on Janu ary 15th. Final limit on all tickets January 24th. COLORADO FARMERS’ CONGRESS AND SHORT COURSES AT STATE AGRICULTURAL CONGRESS, FT. COLLINS, JANUARY 7TH TO 15TH, 1911. A special rae will be made for this occasion via the Colorado and South ern from Pueblo and intermediate points to Loveland inclusive. Tickets will be on sale January 8 and 9. Final limit January 24, continuous passage on the going trip with privilege of stop-over at Denver on the return trip within the final limit. SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES. For Christmas and New Tears hol idays the Colorado and Southern will make a special rate of one fare fol the round trip between all points In the state. Tickets will be on sale Decem ber 24. 25, 26 and 31, and January 1 and 2. Final limit January 3rd. In addition to the above dates, ar rangements have been made covering special dates and limits for students and teachers only, Information of which will be furnished upon applica tion to your nearest Colorado anl Southern agent. NOWARD E. BURTON. ASSAYER A CHEMIST LGADVILLK. COLORADO. Specimen prior*: Gold, •liver, lead. 11: zold. ■liver. 75c; gold. 50c; «lnc or copper. SI. Mailing envelope* and full price Mat aent on application. Control and umplrs work so licited. Reference: Carbonate National Bank DENVER DIRECTORY ■AM I I fifty Dealer In all klnda of MKE ■UR I. LUUa CHANDIME. Mammoth csta ' loa mailed frea. Cor. IStb A Blake. Denver. KODAKS and KODAK FINISHING Mail orders given special attention. All kind* amateur uttpplica strictly fresh. Send for catalog. DENVER PHOTO MATERIALS CO. uiurnii A home treatment for nerrou*, uterine, TIRIUIa Catarrhal, Stomach and Racial Disorder*. It renders unnecessary distressing examinations and dote awag with p Inful and harmful local Treatment. It le stopping the frequent mutUaUnn* and the unaex lng of woman, the removal of the ovaries. Consult or correspond with Mrs. K. J. Reinhardt, M. D., 704 Gas A Electric Building, Denver, Colo. THE M. i. O’FALLON SUPPLY CO WHOLBBALK PLUMBING AND STEAM GOODS. Bpllers and radiators for hasting rssldences and public buildings. General.steam and wa ter works supplies; pipe and fittings, pumps and windmills. Brass pipe, sewer pips, ce ment, garden hose, firs hose. etc. Agents for the Kewanee System of Water Supply. In quire for our special pipe cutting tools. CORNER 16TH A WTWKOOP STB., Denver! mS!m MIF Resifts the Sun as Well UP Os* Wster ELATERITE the reinforced roof le eunproof; It weare like iron. Tk Wtstvi Elstsrits Rsefisg o*- Others 841 Equitable Bldg., Denver. Colo. ■fTHOLIDAYS .flu Special Low Rates to and from ‘ ail points in Colorado and Naw Mexico via THE DENVER&RIO 6RANOE RAILROAD • Tlic Scenic Line of the World" ‘ Tickets on Sale: Dec. 24. 2S. 26 and 31 • and Jan I and 2. Fln.l Krfim Limit: T 1911. For full particulars, rate*, etc.. C ali on Kio Grande Agent, or address FRANK A. WADLEIGH.. r.mncral I'assenirer Agent. Denver. Colo. Tits most valuable feature of ns cess is the struggle that precedes it la case of pain on tbe longs Hamlins Wiaard Oil acta like a mustard plaster, except that it ia more effective and ie ee much nicer and cleaner to am. Some men are always looking for a chance to save money, and some are satisfied if they merely get it Worth Its Weight In Gold. wvnn IH wvigni in uviu. PETTIT’S EYE SALVE strengthens eld eyes, tonic for eye strain, weak aid watery Druggists or Howard Bros., Buffalo, Cause and Effect. “He’s a poet of passion, isn’t bo?** “Yes; I’ve seen him fly into on# when hie verses were returned.” Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infanta and children, and see that It Bears tbe Signature of ( In Use For Over 80 Years. Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought His Talent. “Is be a great artist?” “No.” “But- be gets good prices for his stuff” “Yes. He’s a great salasman.” The Way of Life. It is being said of an elderly man in business In Atchison: “He can’t stand punishment ns he formerly could/’ And there is punishment to be en dured in making a living; don’t forget it. Look over your own experience, and you will detect punishment every hour of the day. If it isn’t at home, It le on the street ear or on the road. How many ways there are to punish a man who tries his beet to get along and behave himself. And after a man gets old It is more evident every year that the poor fellow can’t stand pun ishment as he could when he wss younger.—Atchison Globe. SKIN BEAUTY PROMOTED In the treatment of affections of tbs skin and scalp which torture, disfig ure, itch, burn, scale and destroy the hair, as well as for preserving, puri fying and beautifying the complexion, fallible. Millions of women through out the world rely on these pure, sweet and gentle emollients for all pup poses of the toilet, bath and nursery, and for tbe sanative, antiseptic deans lng of ulcerated, Inflamed mucous sur faces. Potter Drug 4k Chem. Corp, Bos ton, Mass., sole Proprietors of tbe Cu tlcura Remedies, will mall free, on re quest, their latest 32-page Cutlcura Book on tbe skin and hair. Kept Umbrella Thirty Years. A faithful old umbrella which has shielded the family of Dr. Jamea A. Mull lean of Greenwood avenue from the storms of 30 years, wss stolen on Sunday. During the rain ofl that day the physician lent thq umbrella to K. A. Seek, and while the latter was In a store some one stole it. "The umbrella belonged to my fath er and has been in the family for more than thirty years," said Doctor Mullican the other night. “It has been • covered several times. "To persons who are unable to keep the same umbrella for more than thir ty days this may seem Incredible, but It Is true,” concluded Doctor Mullican with a smile. —Chicago Tribune. IN SCIENTIFIC DAYS Marjorie—Why are we stopping here, Harold? Harold —Ah, the anchor’s caught on a wireless. WONDERED WHY. Found the Answer Was “Coffee.* Many pale, sickly persons wonder for years why they have to suffer so, and eventually discover that the drug—caf feine—in coffee la the main cause of the trouble. *1 was always very fond of coffee and drank it every day. I never bad much flesh and often wondered why I was always so pale, thin and weak. “About five years ago my health completely broke down and I was con fined to my bed. My stomach was In such condition that 1 could hardly take sufficient nourishment to sustain life. “During this time I was drinking cof fee, didn’t think I could do without It. “After awhile I came to the conclu sion that coffee was hurting me, and decided to give It np and try Postum. 1 didn’t like the taste of It at first, but when it was made right—boiled until dark and rich —1 soon became fond of It “In one week I began to feel better. I could eat more' and sleep better. My tick headaches were less frequent, and within five months I looked and felt like n new being, headache spells en tirely gone. “My health continued to Improve and today 1 am well and strong, weigh 146 pounds. I attribute my present health to the life-giving qualities of Postum.” Reed “Tbe Rond to WellvUto.” In pkgs. “There’s a Reason.” Brsr vend mSdwi trsa end fell ed bnesan POULTRY fTffffßßPjlß HEN HOUSE fiervleeable Shelter le Cewstmctsfl Out ef Bed, fit raw, Com Fodder end Earth. What results would you expect from 76 hens wintered In s coop of this coat? I had 76 May-batched winter, says s writer In Rural NeW Yorker. I built a coop 13x18 feet. Inside measurement. Tbe material was sod for the sides; the roof was straw, covered with corn fodder; the floor. Nature’s deodoriser, natural earth. I first selected a well sheltered location, then proceeded by setting Twelvs- Dollar Hsn House. three crotches, each crotch set three feet deep. This for tbe peak of my roof. Next I set ordinary six-foot fence posts on sides four feet apart, two feet deep, leaving sides of coop four feet high, plenty high enough for sides of any coop. Then I spiked poles on to those fence posts on top, and nailed on small poles on aide posts; laid poles in those center crotches, then laid poles from post plate to crotch poles for rafters, and my frams was complete. I put in a window frame of plank on south side 2xß feet, covered same with muslin curtain (no glass); put door In east end. I cut sod and sodded up sides; put a little brush crosswise for rafter poles, cover ed with straw and shingled with corn fodder. The foundation of my coop Is raised slightly so water runs away from It, which Is very Important. So my labor and all would amount to about 812. I put pullets In coop in December and they soon began laying. In January, February, March and April I averaged close to five dozen eggs per day. My Income was a little bet ter than one dollar per day, clear of feed; and they have continued laying well all summer till molting this fall. Now they are through the molt and are going right into the egg producing business again. HANGING ROOST FOR CHICKS Euapsndsd From Calling by Means of Wires They Are Convenient In Cleaning Houses. It to often- ■ oo» vontoit to-have roosts bung from tbe celling of tbe poultry house In order to facilitate cleaning. In the style illustrated herewith, the roosts themselves are laid on a frame as shown, says Farm and Home. At each end the roosts are notched so as to fit In notches on the two poles and thus prevent slipping. The whole thing Is bung by four stout wires from the center of tbe pen so as to be within 2 feet of the floor; or it may be hung toward one corner. In Hanging Roost. this case, at least 2 feet should be allowed between the frame and the wall so the attendant can easily walk all around. For cleaning, the roosts may be disconnected and carried out of doors. Preferably also, the poles should rest in loops of the wire, so that the whole thing may be removed without difficulty. POULTRY NOTES A load of coarse sand Is good for the chickens. Be sure the houses are all free from lice and filth. If you want your hens to lay during the cold months they must be given food rich in egg material. , Cures of poultry troubles lie in pre venting sickness In the flock and not in curing the disease of disorder. Hens fed on one kina i«i grain ex fiuslvely will not lay as satisfactory as those that have been fed a varletv of grains. Oats make an excellent grain for laying hens. They furnish the essen tial food element wlthont Increasing ths fat on the hen. Give tbe hens good feed, clean wa ter, a good dust bath and clean, airy, comfortable quarters, and the egg sup ply is reasonably certain. Separate the cockerels from the pul tots. They are of no earthly use, but on the contrary do harm. They should be caponized or sent to market. Alfalfa hay. If cut In the bloom,' Is fine for chlckans to pick over daring the winter months. They will get ram-ef at leas cost from ground alfait- If your chtcken-bouse faces north, board up the openings and transfer them to the south side and make them big enough to allow the sunshine to flood the floor. VERECITY OF THE BIBLE Afbgr • Visit to tho Holy Land Evan 8 Sksptic Must B# Con vincad. 088 thing cannot fail to impress ever? visitor to Bethlehem, and. In deed* to the Holy Land generally, who to Utobued with true Christian faith and 8 proper sense of the sanctity of tbe location and of the eventa that have transpired there, and that Is the mote than remarkable correspondence between the things and places shown os today as having been associated with the life and work of the qavlour aßd other events that enter Into the structure of our religious faith and the descriptions and accounts of them, as furnished us in the pages of the Holy Scriptures. They agree with them la every respect and it la Im possible, after carefully considering and comparing them, to doubt their Identity, so exactly are they in accord with the Bible narrative. The work in the fields, the arrange ment of the buildings, the very arti cles of diet and clothing of ancient days are plainly recognizable in the doings and surroundings of today. In deed, where modern methods have not become obtrusive the manners and customs of the people remain much the seme as In tbe days of the pres ence on earth of the Saviour. Be tween the descriptions given in the Bible of localities, climatic and geo graphical conditions, distances, etc., of these times and those of today there Is hardly any discrepancy. Even a skeptic, considering this remarkable accord of circumstances with the Biblical narrative, cannot but be con vinced of its veracity; to tbe believer It comes as a wonderful conviction, a satisfactory corroboration or en couragement to see things as those who described them so graphically saw them so long ago.—Columbian Magazine. When It Was Roughsr. Paul Withington, tbe Harvard coach, waa praising the milder football of 1910. "Football in the ’9os was a terrible game,” said Mr. Withington. "Bour get, you know, devoted a whole chap ter of ‘Outre Mer’ to its horrors. Bomo of the stories of the football of ’9O or ’9l are, in fact, almost Incred ible. "A Philadelphia sporting editor re turned one November Saturday from Weet Philadelphia with a pale, fright ened face. “ ’Many accidents at the game?’ a police reporter asked him. " ’One frightful accident/ replied the sporting editor. ’A powerful mule from a neighboring coal dealer’s en tered the field, blundered Into one of the hottest scrimmages and got killed/ ” A BOOK FOR SPORTSMEN. Every one Interested in hunting should write for copy of 1910 Game Laws which contains 120 pages telling where the various kinds of game abound, when the seasons open and close, and what laws govern the hunt ing and game In each state. Thla book can be had free by writing to M. H. Hartley Co., 299 Brpadway, New York, merely by paentloning tbe name of this paper. Its Office. "Thla cork is very tight In your brandy bottle. I Can’t budge It.” "Yes, that’a the nature of cork. It was put there to keep the bottle’a spirits from going down.” There'a an irony In nature that la almost sure to bring those who pre scribe for the race around to taking their own medicine. Mrs. Winslow' Soothing Syrup. JU*. IT PJ « CWW.HW* 'V . ss«S; It’s as easy to pick up experience aa it fs to drop money. Down in the dumps —from over-eating, drinking bad liver end constipation get many a one, but there’s a nay put —Casoareta relieve and cure quickly. Takeoneto-night and feel ever the morning. 90s Cascsfqts—Mo box week's treat moat. All drosststs. BUrzest saltor hi tbs wotM—mblloa boxes a month. *7B THE BEST STOCK tritSL SADDLES:;;,::;,; Eva able prices, write for free W ftfi illustrated catalogue. a. H. mas* co. WTraftoS. I——. To. EBARKIS'A ~ saUfel SUM fl« sMsrWs—lMiaSi.iasaaA B'~ ISO’S] PITOTSaS^SS PUTNAM FADELESS DYES POLICY Calvin—The doctor forblda ms to drink champagne. Ruth—Forblda you to drink cham-' pagne? Calvin—Well, until after hie bill le paid. The Modern Way. A couple of young men on the Mar ket street viaduct the other evening offered a new verelon of an old aaw. After they had passed a couple of au burn-haired damsels one of the young men took his stand at the curb and gazed up and.down the bridge. "What are you looking for?” in quired hie companion. Pointing to the red-headed girls, the young man answered: "I’m trying to see a white automobile.” —Youngstown Telegram. FOR FULLEST MEDICAL EXAMINATION Professor Munyon has engaged a staff of specialists that are renowned leaders in their line. There ia no question about their ability, they are the finest phy sicians that colleges and hospitals have turned out and receive the highest salaries. He offers'their service to you absolutely free of cost. No matter •what your disease, or how many doctors you have tried, write to Profes sor Munyon’s physicians and they will give your case careful and prompt attention and advise you what to do. You are under no obligations to them. 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It baa an antomatle loektog fliiat spuzltr, which preventa the wick frdm being turned high enough to amoke, and ia eaay to remove and drop back to that the wick can be quickly clenaed. An indicator alwaya shows amount of oil In the font. The filler-cap doec not need to be screwed down, at is put in like a cork In a bottle, and ia attached to tbe font by a egain. The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, because of a new device in construction, and consequently, It can always be easily unscrewed in an instant for rewicking. The Perfection Oil Heater to strong, durable, well made, built for service, yet light and ornamental. Dmltrt Bmrywktrt. If net at years. mth for dttcrfpHm circular __ to tka ntartst «fc«y ikt Continental Oil Company IV EUREKA Harness j HARNESS Sf-’iS 11 Sold toy Psatera ■ranfwhare ■ 111 UANUfrACTURZO or „ A1 I 111 Staadard Oil Ceaaaay Continental Oil Company |■■ flllll | HI I) (I—wpnrMed) J Household Lubricant 1 THE ALL-AROUND OIL m THS HAMOY, KVUMKABV T* OlL** *S specially ssfactsS for aay n—<f In ths horns. Saves tools from rating. Can ca»- ZMH sot break. Doss sotgumorbwconv. rancid. MAHUPACTUfICO BY* voa Gtl Staadard OR Ceeipeay Continental Oil Company ten PZRm flssurp u—>sZ) (iMorpinM) ■ fl|#\ A AXLE GREASE H Keep* the spindle free from grit. Try a box. Dealers every ■■V ■ H where. Manufactured by Standard ■ H ■ 8H Oil Company (Inc sale by ■lllVfl Cont, "^o |1 Co ’ Constipation Vanishes Forever sSlsrAarttiSrts; Ti assist Senators Sdf-reHast men ahave with the W. N. U.. DENVER, NO. 52-1910.