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•> oo« advantage of huvitiu \ / »
oAn account with the Mer- \ / |
3 chants & Farmers Bank. \ / |
There uro muny other* Much it* thu \ tf' **’ * / fi
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A securing it '"-iMs. the Nailing nf lit \ / g
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Your account Is cordially luvltcd. / >*ji» ffl
I Merchants BANK I
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| Fall Stock of
j Wall
Paper
At the
CITY DRUG STORE
Prices Right.
< • N£f MUaMMBBaBaMBMHnBHNHHBHH
' C. F. BURKE
' lirccJcr ol
PURE BRED
Duroc Jersey Hogs
1 have several of those fine young males left
ami can sell them right.
1 have also some nice gilts ami breed sows.
Can sell you pairs unrelated.
Prices range from §l5 up, according to breed
ding quality and age.

Write, phone, or better still, come and see
for yourself. Phone Blue 315
' ' his Store Yea
The Best Boys 9 Clothing Made
You Find the Isabel
in Every Garment
/ . Absolutely Guaranteed f|i||
/st'-r 'T'HERE are not many makers who have
fff'v’y' reached the mark of superiority by which HHJ
3£y. Hyj' we judge boys’ clothing; only about one in ten; you H
La' . can count them on the fingers of one hand.
By ■_ But we've found the best of aIL We’ve gone over the
J / \ ’ field, sorted, silted and rejected until we’ve settled Kfi^i
’ 'S upon and know that >/t\. EE^',,
, xtragood / '".j m
. J CLOTHES FOR BOYS Rf
? represent the best any maker can pro- ji , c- T, '
, ; ducc, the best any store can sell, the best Jyi i ‘V 'M KV
fe|a any customer can buy. qS&y yys'3 l
In XIS4S22D you get fit, style. quality f Sg '
and better service. You secure more of . •'7 rJ*
■. . •!.• ■r< .per; . in m.’in.iry » , * &
clothes because of the higher grade of . " A
cloth, linings and materials used; and ’• T ''i.S JBg
because of the newer way of cutting, fit- J ' ' • r?i !
ting and shaping these into garments.
Keep the name X180222D in mind. ! I jj' 1 VS»j
Remember it in connection with this store. i ./ . f A W
Come here for boys’ clothing. / i ! ' "~i ' \
Suit* for School and all Occationa. —Boy** double- '*4/ V
' *t brc*»l«?d coil and auiU, nlio Norfolk*, ngra 7to v
17; »l«o RiHiinni, Snitora «nd Junior* for youngatcra
2'i to 10. A great variety of fabrica that are auit* ' .
£ A f , | able and atl the colora and patterns deaired. Prices $5.00 to $1 ?OO grfm
11.1. MAXWELL I;
.;d»j a co. MBa
Excursions
One Way Ratea—St. Louis $21.66;
Chicago $25.36
Second Class Colonist Rates to ilex-
Ico Sept. Ist to Occ. 31st
Second Class Colonist Rates to Call*
Ifornla Sept. Ist to Oct. 31st
San Diego. $26.00
Los Angeles. $26.00
San Francisco. $26.00
and many other points. Liberal stop
overs.
Second Class Collnest Rates to North
west Sept. Ist to Oct 31st.
Billings. Bozeman. Livingston, Butta.
Garrison. Heiena. Ogden, and many
ether points, $20.00
To Ellensburg. Huntington, Pend.u
ton and Spokane. $22.50.
To Ashland. Beliington. Portland.
Seattle and Tacoma, $26.00
Liberal stopovers.
W. Ken Robertson,
Agent.
Afflicted With Sore Eyes for 33 Years
I have been afflicted with sore eyes
for thirty-three years. Thirteen years
ago 1 became totally blind and was
blind for six years. My eyes were
badly inflames. One of my neigh
bors insisted upon my trying Cham
berlain's Salve and gave mo half a
box of it. To my surprise it healed
my eyes and my sight came back to
me.—P. C. Earls, Cynthiana, Ky
Chamberlain's Salve is for sale by
Avard'e Pharmacy.
Catfish, whitefish, trout sal
mon and halibut at Stauffer's
every week.
How to Cure a Cold.
The question of how to cure a cold
without unnecessary loss of time is
one in which we arc all more *>r Ir*s
' interested, for the quicker a cold i* j
gotten rid of the less the danger of '
pnemnoui.i ami other serious di*i- .«es ‘
I Mr. It. W. L. Hall. ..I Waver!y, \».
1 has used Chamberlain's Cnuuh Kent- !
cdy for years and says: "I fin
lievc Chamberlain's Cough Remedy'
Jo be absolutely the best preparation
!on the market for colds. 1 have rec
!<>mntcndrd it to my friends ami they
all agree with me." I*or sale by
I Avard’s Pharmacy.
Cat fish, white fish, trout, sal
mon and halibut at Stauffer's
every week.
Quinsy. Sprains and Swellings Cured
"In November. 1901, I c.-tight cold
and bad the quinsy. My throat was
swollen so | could hardly breathe. I
applied Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
it g»vc me relief in a sh : time. In
two days I was all right.'" *ays Mrs.
I- Cousins, Ottcrhurn, Mich. Cham
berlain's I’ain Halm is a liniment and
is especially valuable for sprains and
swellings. For sale by Arard's Phar
macy.
CHURCH NEWS.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
(Louts M. I‘oUuttiliikky. pastor.)
All tho regular services on the Sab
bath. Sunday school at 9:40 a. m. Ep
worth League at 7 p.m. Public wor
ship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Good
music at both services.
Presbyterian Church.
Rev. W. I. Davenport, Pastor.
Services at the Christian church. Sun
day school at 1:46, Preaching ser
vice at 3 p.m., by the pastor. Subject:
"The Lifo Real." It is expected that Miss
Sadie E. Brown, of Carlinville, 111., who
has beon ongaged as choir director, will
be present and sing.
Christian.
W. B. Harter. Pastor.
404 N 13th St.
I Biblo school at 9:45 a.m. Church ser
vices at 1 I a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning
sermon: '"Filling the Falhei’s House."
Evening sermon: "An Empty House,"
C. E. meeting at 6:30. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30. Al! are
welcome.
Baptist Church.
S. C. Green. Pastor.
No preaching service. Pastor is absont.
Sunday school at 8:46 a. m. Young peo
ples' mooting 7 p. m. Welcome.
CATHOLIC
PATH Kit PKI.IX LILLY. I’utor.
Services on first and third Sundays of
each month. First Sunday, Mass at 11
o'clock and third Sunday at 8 o'clock.
A beautiful display of Gage Hate at
Miss Cline's on Oct, 11 and 12. All are
invited.
Misses Laura and Edwina Shelton left
Wednesday for Kansas City and other
points in Missouri. Thoy will visit friends
for a month or two.
The Pacific Monthly for October con- ;
. tains the third of its series of informing I
| articles on "The way of the Land Trail®-!
1 gesser," by Lute Pease. Whether Voj 1
are aware of it or not,Ui!» is • sub,
; farther reaching interest to I.*.*.- - ... - 1
the Uni tod States than anything incur 1
rent literature, ami the man who wan'..
! to have an intelligent knowledge of tho
j eubjoct cannot do !>etter titan invest ten
cents in a copy of this special number of
the "Pacific;** or better etil! send 61 for a
full year's subscription to this splendid
magazine.
They Make You Feel Good.
The pleasant purgative effect ex
perienced by all who use Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
and tho healthy condition of the body
and mind which they create make*
one feel joyful. Price. 3$ cents. Sam
ples free at Avard's Pharmacy.
Notice For Publication
DKIMItTMI.NT OP Till: INTI*. It (OK
l.AM’iirnn: \t t*rkai.**. r«
2. i >1;
N.IIi-oUl.'m ' »• (flrrt. ill , 11V I* |l r.l
«*f JT |\.fd. **-.!«*.. b*« m.'.l |.l» Inlrtillon
to malt*-flnal m i>> utatl--n : • f r
of liUelatm. % ;■: 111 - * l I v
m#il>- Jiin* 12. not. tor iti \V«, N\v ,*u ,
-u
that Mild i»f*»*»r win h* n il*..
tri l ('ourl. m Jut-la. • . 11 1 <
J(*> lll«> roll.iwllltf B||||tt*<w|M|i|»ti
hi* mntlrtuuti* i«-*|.fence Upon, and rulllva
tlon 01. I)h> Utwl. * U:
Atnmt K. M*r*h. >if is* Junta. €>»!■•
Mnrr Mnmh. ■>( l^i
Nrllln lm«ll.»r Onto,
Lmui Knyart.or lt-»'li> Pool. (*«»io.
17-SI ». ATaBBBT. ItevUtpr
Notice For Publication
DBPAHTIIKNT OK TfIK I NTH 111 OK.
La®u orricx at h'RRMi. Ciiui.
iWptrmber I*. |W
Notice I* hprvl«r jrivt-n that Klzar I*. Whit
tlneton nf lltM'lijr t'or'l. (.'o|o.. Ii«« flln*l tt'»(l<-«’
of file Int—tloo to putke Inal commutation
Cnmf In nintoirl <it lii*<*Uiiu. via: Hnm<-«lrml
nirjr No. I'.JJ. made Ma> «. IM fnr Ihn MV,
Hecllnn Ttown«lil|iZi J*. KnnsnS; W. Clh I*.
M.. an«l that *altl pnxtr will tnaile lirlorr
•>ik I)l*lrlrt Oturt at l.a Junta. • 010.. on
November 11. IRR.
He iumn «hr rntluwinc irllne«»«-* in prom
hl« rtmilniiotM rrslilcncou|>nn ami cultlvalino
of tho laml. rlt:
flonrsv T' -id. or Kooky Ford, (\»ln.
I>. It. MoliiUmli. i.f ICo- k) Ford. (>)|n.
It. 11. Tndd. ..r Itnokr Kurd. r.»lo.
riirtnn Tuokor. nr luHTkjr r»»nl. I’nln.
IVCp M. A. AIIIIKY. Itofdstor.
Notice For Publication
DKPAKTMKNT OK TIIK INTKttIOK.
Laxu Orncx at l*t*rnixi. Cohn.
Mcplembrr 2®. 1907
ttnlloo In hrrrtir rlrrn Ilia! John W. Mllloi
of Kooky Fool. ( 010.. hit* flh-d notlro of hi*
Intention to mako final nv* »r In *uj»-
iwirt of hi* olnlni. vl*: ttomr•«».’-ad t'.ntry S«»
11210. n.adf m pl. 17. Ipo. ft.r lh- MS NWS.
N‘4 MV',, ?*« cti.ni 5. Ton ’i*hl|> •*. S. It/inrr .*■;
Wfith I*. M.. and that raid proof will In- iii.hlp
t»of«in? Clerk Pl*lrlri Court, at I~* Junta.
Coin.. »»n Nnvmilwr ’J>. 19 7.
He name* the rmtowlna wllnrer* to prov*-
hi* conllnuou* re*ldeiiou ujH»n. and oulilvn
tlon of, tho land. vl«:
Charle* W. Be«*ly. of ltnok» - Ford. Colo,
John M llowtnan, of Itnokr Ford. Colo.
I»an 11. Hwly. of Kooky Font. 1 o|o.
Oeome Coffman, nf lluckr Font. Onto.
IMZp »«. A. AIIIIKY. ltc«ri*tor.
NOTICIi OF SALE OF CORPORATE
STOCK l-OR DELINQUENT AS
SESSMENTS.
J Kooky Font. Colorado.
I OctolxT I. Il»'«.
MOTICE 1H lIKKKHV fIIVKN. Thai there I*
*’ dellnqnonl Hi-- foil
•lock of
TIIK ROCKY K«»lt I> CANA I- KKSKKVOIH.
LAND, LOAN ItND PRUBT COMPANY,
on aooouni of an ;i- I on the
10th day of December. I cut by tlio atnckhnld
••r* of said corporation, th
ja**ll«» the ns*mo of llie stocklintder.n* follow*
Niinn*.>l ; > • ' I*.Y.
Huxjkholdor* Cerl fihare* Amount
V C N '■ - ' ’I
Notice i* 11 l*o irlvrn that In iK’riinlnnc" With
law. nnd pursuant to no order of the Ihnir-l ol
Director* of said Company inside on the St*t
day of Anvil*!. U*»7. the nt»*ve tnentlonn«l
*lock *odelinquent will Ire sold at public mo
tion tothehlXlir*t and t*e*t bidder al thenltle**
of the Heeretnry or the Cntntmny. nf Numtier
Hit Elm Avenue. In the City .1 Itooky Ford.
Oter»» County. Cnlnrndo. at the h >ur of ten
o'elnuk In the forenoon on **,»turdny. the
nml «lay of Nnxember, I'’ <7. to pay said delin
quent n*sessrnenf thereon, nnd the cost* of
udvertisiiiK mid exia’ii*’’ of sale.
(J M HALL
Pecretnry of the Kia-ky Ford Cunnl, It*’*,
ervolr. Laud, Loan and Trust Co. IIJ-U
DLL Z. T. ROBERTS,
DENTIST.
Scmnoforms Gas ute-J in Extracting.
PHONE WK4T. 171.
Kimzby-Covf.k 11CI1.D1.NU.
Hours:—B-12 a. m. 1-6 p. m.
DR. R. L. BROWN.
DKNTimr
Crown and Bridgo Work and flna Gold
Filling a speciality.
hale Block Rocky Ford
OR. S. M. KELLOGG.
Osteopathic Physician
Grniluato oft! *> •fArnoricuu School
of Osteopathy,
Kirktivillc, Mo.
203 South Main, Over Opera*
House DrujJ Store.
Rocky Ford, - Colo.
DR. C. W. JENNINGS
Dental and Veterinary Surgeon
Call* answer*-*! day or nltfhl.
Ottivo at Palare Livery llarn. Fhono Uluv 103
Uealdeuce Phone Wost 107
CROWE & BRYANT
(Successors to Oeo. R. Daring)
CssAi Dealer 9 in
FEED, COAL , ARTESIAN ICE
and WATER
Gen oral Team and Transfer Work
|| 102 S. Main Street Phone Blue 34
Bmkt ~Hlin—MlH ll I l I I | II ■ HI—I ■
OLDEST BANK IN OTERO COUNTY.
i lncorporated Juno J 4. 1007.
THE STATE BANK
Capital, Surplus and Profits $72,000
Btfaty Depo»ll Boxct lor Bent.
JOHN E. GODDINO, Pre,. OEO. W. SWINK. Viee-Pre*.
E. J. SMITH. CMhl.r. D. W. BARKLEY. Jn. A.tLCuh
fjiGcxv.xvS)? ■ - • seenaenranMwnemeiMiWMMenia
Gome and See Us.
i The Central Meat Market
i* now nicely settled in its new locution,
975 Railroad 7lvc., mid we will be
—1 1 “’ c kl’lici'iil puolic drop in
SAs in the nnsi v c in
plensure to ieiil v ith us.
ipt and cartful tueeuc n aa though
irdor.
:rt lee
975 R. R. live.
exsommu mnnumhinm
LISTEN Central Business College
Wanam.ker I* Talkln« §jo i ß lh St. Denver Pounded In l»7
The young man who starts In at IliKlne**. Hhurtlmnd, Telegraphy. Drafting.
lh'« lime will *lnr>'l tint little chance Fngllsh *
without a business training." - ..
LISTEN AGAIN Denver Hualncaa Unlveralty
'all® .. ,W.,,1h «... I*m< t1.'.l
Ti. *f*.n who .lari*out In »n.ltm.nl In l nlvvr.Ur H-lldlne
life writing . Plain and legible hand n»mf* Cnn.rn.rcUt
• iivrtsuut with n gr* at ndv mtnge ir i»arncs commercial School
I y re n voting man and had to make feio-iiChimp. St. Th.mrugh Counma In
my*• t*. L-radiiale *t a rla**fea| lloukkeeping.Shurtlmnd.F.ngllsh.QlUlog free
Inp there, nr to graduate |
Bmllege and *tnp there. I Denver ttnslnesa Cnllmra
ibe college In . “usmess vouege
i#4» Glenerm St., Denver
B'i-1 women are wantsd »' rite for free copy *»f lltli Annual Catalog
le posltlona utter I~ — 11 ■
college r*nir«e. Aiodcrn School of Business
ar« nnd rutalnjfueg are s*. Charlea Bldg. Denver llookkeeplng.
•°*4sy. ShorthatMl. Typewriting. Telegraphy
Car® of tha Typewriter.
"Wo Imvo to do n deal more tinker
ing with typewriting mschineg that
are used In private residences than
with thoso In regular business of
ficer," sabl an employe of a repair
company. "The reason Is that most
people who rent or own machines for
their own fndlvldw*! use do not tako
good - ire of the . rhey m|y ought
fAT |.
prl 'JO ' > Hv< .; |
amount of work dono on them, but
they are ao shamefully neglected in
tho matter of cleaning and oiling that
thoy aro constantly getting out of
klltor. When that happens tho own
er storms around and declares that
ho has been given a poor machine,
whereas tho trouble la wholly due
to lack of attention."—Now York
Times.
Henry J. Sprinker.
BXCLUSIVK
Undertaker and
Embalmer.
Parlors on
Elm Avenue. Rocky Ford, Colo.
MRS. MARY J. ANDERSON,
Notary Public
and Insurance
Rocky Ford, - - Colorado
DR P. P. KECK
VETERINARIAN
Offlco at Grar.d Valley Livery Barn
Phono Ford 10
Fred A- S&blu. B. 8. Beall
SABIN St BEALL
Attorneys & Counsellors
drtcus 1 Rooky r\>rd and La Junta^L
CARLYLE and S. H. POLLOCK I
DENTISTS » *jl
Bomnoform sgaa / srv/-*rf>l
the l«tt*l I* one*- |ifif V \
lII* tic. nr 111
oslale (In* u ■**•«! in • J
extracting
Pliuue While U, OBcs and Itealdoaou.
Make* Billiard Playing Simple.
Tho way in which Millard play 11
Is slmplined by the device of a Muni/
professor has astonished thoso wl
hare witnessed the test, says {
American Inventor. "Tho sided ofV
ordinary Millard tablo aro prmhl
with six mirrors, one or more of whL
can he turned down when a playP
made, and tho advantage rests In |
fact that any imago Is reflected in I
same anglo In which It falls on f
mirror. Just aa the Millard ball f
bounds from tho cushion In tho srf
angle as that of striking. Tho ml#
shows at onco the different ways
which a shot can be made. Even
tryo Is said to make difficult iudl
shots as readily ns direct ones,
tho Intricacies of the game aro qi l
ly conquered by 1

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