THE LAMAR REGISTER.
I. EC. MYERS,
Keeps a Large Line cf Drugs, Faints, Oils, Glass, Sta
tionery and Cijars.
Ea*t Side Maix Street. I, amah, Colo.
JJ. B. Bwvr'i, W.O.Goolp, K. K, Slim:i:-.ki:,
Pie*. Cashier. A*’t C anlner.
MERCHANTS' STATE BANK OF LAMAR.
LAMA 12, COLORADO.
B. H BROWN. A. 11. ItEHKT:
A. J HOISINGTON, O. G.
C. V. DECKER.
AUo Colorado Oft'n -* for tli*
AMERICAN MCRTGAGE TRUST COMPANY.
Money to loan on Farm and City Property at
f ? B. B. BROWN, Manager.
ISS7. ESTABLISHED ISS7.
TMAXLIS liELSEY -Vanngcr.
LAMAR, - ... G9LQRADO.
THE ONLY FIRST-CLA.SS SAMPLE ROOMS IN THE
Mf~TAIH.K HoaKDKII ; A»'IOMMoDTI£I> . •
HAS A FULL LINE OF
LAMPS, NOTIONS Etc.
I.GSAH. - - - COLO.
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TK GII6IGG, ROSE ISLMD & PACJFSS MILWAY,
£?ona. La Sail.'. Moling, Hock Island r •“‘3 V 1 aud ibon Harlan nnd Council
Ottumwa, Oeknioos.t, D-'k Moines, Wmtora®*. TA- Watertown
lu lOWA - Miunoupolla and St. Paul. :in d K insas City, in
and Sioux Falls, In pAKOTA-Cunicion, in^Pßi&SKA—Horton, Topeka,
JfISSOUBI-QmaUa. ralrbury and Ns^Wf. I Kansia-Pond Creek,
Hutchinson, Wichita, Du lie villa, .jJjgiißlTOliY an d Denv«-,
Herinoesry, Klng-dehOr, B1 Reiio. vrVf Reclining 1 Chair Caro to
Colorado l*uaf 10, in FREE Rgcnmmr Sleep
fnd from Chicago, Caldwell, Hu; ch'naon ami inverses new and
Ing Cars between Chicago, Wlehitn *A^*s:Sr crc ii n ;j. »he best facilities of
ririt art as of rich Harming and grazing 'viMnwr nnd west, northwest and
«iT2hSS,Tof'££SSoT^dr^iS2‘ I b»pot«.^
MACNIFICEMT VESTIBULE EXPRESS ™f t «msw>m
Lead infir oil corr.po.' - t,- m rpi end or Through Coaches,
mullm.iu s:.-. r.?, and Dlmnp- cars o• • . be chair Cars Between Chi
' ' Irt 0^ 3 p Swo via St. Joseph. or Kansas
Cit- . -
pi- 1 OCTES to nr- .
! ;•- . . aiui Bcenlo
of the Godu, the Mrcnraln Clues. Mining Camps. aau
Craatiours of Colorado.
THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, . ?t tl
Solid Express Trains c* . - h-fycoTi C W Jicd a nd n from and
Kansas City. . 'p-T/or'to Lr-e to Wattr
and Sioux Falls, via Id- k h.- <L Yho *nd Hunting- and Fishing
town, Sioux Falls, and tho a.ummor Roaorta ana r.
Grounds of tbo Northv« * . M n k»iNKAIIEE offers facil-tios to
* THE SHORT Llrl a VJA 3ENEOA AND Council Bluffs, St.
t. ST. JOHr. r •e| £ w.t r Pass. Lecail
i. .uml Bksagtr. CHICAGO, ILL.
LAMA IS, COLORADO, SATURDAY, MAY 3, IS'JO.
The hotels are having quite a run
Passenger travel itr increasing on
the Santa Fe.
Mrs. P. S. Lynch has been up to
Pueblo this week.
B B. Brown was in Ljs Animas
'and Rocky Ford this week.
T. II Cecil and A. R Black have
; gone to Deliver on business.
Hon. Janies Swift wag in WaWen-!
burg this week ou business.
Mr. J:.mes E. Church, County
Clerk of Baca uouty is in the city.
F. P. Allen, Granada’s popular
mayor was in the city Wednesday.
Rev. Kent W lute is in iking im
provements in and about the parson
Mr. James Roberta, postmaster of
j Ayr, was in town on Monday of this
Bro. Calhoun of the “Granada
Sentinel” war* a Lamar visitor last
F. B Koen packed his office furni
ture this week and pulled bag and I
■baggjge to Manvel. •
Retd U-uj. Stewart’s nd in the
I mpplument this week He has some
i thing of iuiertsl to say.
\V. O. r.rp is away on a 30 day’s '
-trip, lie will visit St. Louis and
lowa during his absence.
(i •>. L. Himes, Lamar’s rustling
| real esiate man located three men)
this week under the north fide ditch. •
i Fred L-o said that the burning
j rays of the morning sun was ruining
j his c-iiupo ximi, so he l» .»• 1 a new,
iwniug put up in front of his place
Opt. Billow ib building a new
fei -•»*, planting trees and sowing
gia-s peed around his house. He J
will put i.i a fountain and buy rain
from the city.
j The Santa F*? folks have stopped
the Postal Telegraph Company from j
erecting polls on their right-of-way:
• through town. The polls were ml
I back on the lots adjoining.
J i ?ge 11. Chadeavne returned j
i Wednesday morning from ludepend-
I mcc. Missoiirs, wliwi'o be had been
j visiting the past winter, lie extend
led Ins tour to Denver Thursday:
The Sund iv school Convertion ;
now being held in this city, con
lu. ted by Rev. I. I>. Self the State
Secretary, is largely attendsd hy on
tlitjsi istic and earnest Sundav-school
uor cis of the Arkansas Valley.
| A•: argementa have been made to J
I enlarge ami greatly improve the np- [
parem-e of tlse Rehistku .it, an early j
i date. No p lins w ill b« spared in |
I making it a credit to Prover* county
and a benefit to its subscribers and
! j,,).. A‘ 11. Heher,of M** 'dc, Ivan
-as, a compann-d by llc-sr*. J. W.
I 1 iroek and L Burt Crop, of Vermont,
and J. U. Beal and B. 11. Porter, of
Krone. N. II , worn in the city yet.
j terday. These Rcotlemen are large
ly tntereated in Prowers eonnty real
estate and were seeking farther in
Tite Farmers Consolidated Land
and Canal Company are now the
owners of what are known as tko
Black ditehes. They have twenty
teams at work now on the extension
of these dithes. The names of the
stools holders of this company, Riven
in another column are sufficient RUar
iinteo that the farmers who hny wa
ter rißhta from them will Ret water.
The feature of all of Sir. Blaeka
ditches, that they will run water, is
„ot possessed by some oilier ditches j
we have heard of. i h<* l.KOl.si'Klt
predicts a great mh o*. for this j
Company as their ditcl.e. will he a:
boon to the farmers on the south '
side who have waited so long and
patiently for water.
W. A. Merrill, of is in
Mrs. A. 11. MeMaster lias gone to i
California on a yisit.
The “Times-Irrigator” published
the tax list this week.
I*. G. Scott, Cashier of the Bent
County Bank of Las Animas, was in
town to day.
John W. Golladay’n stepper lifted j
him out of the cart the fore part of
the week and ran awav.
I)r. Cummings, of Las Animas, the
chair man of the Republican County
Central Committee of Prowers Coun
ty is in the city.
Mr. Boober, Kiowa County’s
Assessor, !•> m the city getting a list
of assessable lands for his County.
«titered since last May.
J idge Doughty is making exten
sive improvements in and about his
home. Mr. J. D. Ilopper was the
artist employed on the work this
Messrs. Church and Stannard of
I Springfiefd are at the Laud Office
! taking oil a list of all Baca Countv
! lands entered since la*t May, for
The unterrified democracy of
Prowers county is out with a lauts r n
looking for a “writiu” democrat as a
succesor for District Clerk Jos. W.
Metcalf. It is rumored that Joe will
j Ed. Biby who was called to the
bed side of his sick brother in lowa
i few weeks ago, wrote to J. W.
A ladny that his brother died last
Tuesday. Ed. savs lie will start for
Lamar next. Monday.
We publish a supplement this week
containing a letter written by Sena
tor Teller in response to certain ques
tions asked bun by the editor of the
Colorado Farmer, and published in
the issue of April 17th of that paper.
The questions discussed, the de
pressed condition of our agricultural
interests, the water in our public
streams, national loans to farmers,
and railroad legislation, are all of
vital interest, and the letter will well
repay a careful perusal.
The following articles of incorpo
ration were filed with County Clerk
(tochenour this week:
The Manvel Canal and Improve
ment Company. Capital 810,000 00.
The incorporators are Festus B. Koen,
Thomas 11. Cecil, Amos N. Parrish,
L. Wirt Markham and Zach T. Du
The Farmers Consolidated Land
and Canal Company. Capital SIOO,-
jUOO. M. J. McMillen, F. P. Allen
A. E. Bent, J. S. McClurg, J. A. Mc-
Dowell, I. L. Maxwell, A- 11. Black
I and A. K. Stewart incorporators.
Lunar Camp, Modern Woodmen
!of America was organized here last
Thursday evening. The officers elect
for the present year are ns follows:
! Morton J. Underwood, Venerable
I Council; 11. J Gochenour, Worthy
Adviser; U. 11. Vanorsdale, Banker;
W. W. Cooper, Clerk; J. W. Golla
| day, Escort; G. A. Wat-on. Wateh
! man; S. D. Hopper, Secretary; and
J. S. Hasty. )
; C. C. Good.de, - Managers.
L. Wirt Markham )
W. R. Davis and family lett last
Thursday morning for Denver, where
the Judge is seeking a wider field
for his efforts. He came to Lamar
early in ’B6 and assumed control of
the Register, which he owned and
edited until he sold out two weeks
ago. Judge Davis’ republicanism
was always spelled with a capital R,
and his loyalty to the community in
which he lived was beyond dispute.
Ills many friends will miss his
genial presence from our streets, and
the Register but voices the senti
ment of all when it wishes him and
his estimable family, wherever they
may go, that prosperity which they
| so well deserve, and commend them
! to the people among whom they may
; cast their lot.
Parties receiving the Register
this week will please consider it an
invitation to subscribe. The paper
is not what we expect to make it ih
a few weeks, when it will bo enlarg
ed and greatly improve. It will be
our constant endeavor to make it
pre eminently tUo people’s paper;
loyal to the county in general and
just to its enemies.
The young friends and class mates
of Master Writer and Miss Fannie
Davis gave them a surprise party at
the residence of W. I. Craddock
Wednesday evening, and those pres
ent were as follows: Fannie Davis,
Addi»Ford, Whitman Ford, Werter
Davis, Eddie Durant, Miss May Kim
ruel, Elsie Craddock, Ada Parraenter,
Ora Downer, liobt. Craddock, Rosa
Lee, Nellie Goodale, Jennie Martin.
Ollie Taylor, Frank Sanders, Jack
Cra Flock, Harry Martin, Bessie Rose
crans, Hugh Craddock and Willie
Swift. They received a number of
Di'csents. Their little friends and
class mates expressed a regret at see
ing them leave Lamar.
Colorado Meteorological Society.
Report for the week ending May
. Tli or. v
Max. Min. liain
April 24 : 48 33 86
“ 25 : 46 34 .02
“ 26 : 49 31 .02
“ 27 : 90 39 .01
“ 28 77 41 Tr
“ 29 : 82 44
“ 30 : 95 47
Geo. T. Heubet,
Decoration Day at La
A genar&l invitation is hereby ex
tended to ail the citizens of Otero
county to bo present. A special in
vitation to the Grand Army Posts of
Las Animas, Lamar, Granada'and all
adjacent Posts within a radius of 100
miles has been given, and
“With freedom’s soil beneath our
t.-et, And freedom's banner floating
o’er us"’ ,re ask, for that day, the per
sonal pre>enco and co-operation of
every citizen in the county.
Eminent speakers from abroad will
be present who will address the an
diene* upon the grounds in the fore
noon an 4 at the Opera House after
A complete programme will be
printed in du« time. 13y order of the
Lamar will hold their Memorial
services at the M K. church on Sun
day the 25th.
No "Breeches" to Mend.
A stock company under the name
of the Register Publishing company
assumed control of the Lamar Reg
ister last week. The gentlemen in
terested in the venture are prominent
citizens and leading republicans ot
Lamar, who will make a strong tight
for Teller hi 11. « coming campaign.
They will also try the hopeless task
of heahng the widening breach in
the republican party in this legisla
tive district. The Register of last
week showed great improvement in
its editorial columns —Lamar Sparks.
l'lie Lamar Register is now pub
lished by the Lamar Register Pub
lishing Companv, a change having
taken place last week. The Regis
tee is with one exception the oldest
paper in Prowers county and deserves
a liberal support from the merchants
of Lamar.—Granada Sentinel.
The following is a list of letrers
remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Lamar, Colo , for week end
ing May 2nd, 1890:
John 11. Butler,
Mrs. G. Iv. de Neven,
W. A. Hines,
J. B. Piper,
W, F. Slean,
Mrs. L. A. May bee.
E. T. Lee, p. m.
C. C. Huddleston calls attention
to his goods through the Register
Supplement this weak.
County Treasurer Kellogg is a
“widow” now—Mrs. K. and Getty
left last week fer Vermont to spend
the summer. His face is already be
ginning to lengthen a little.—Otero
We'll Chew Our Own To
The people of Colorado will be
pleased to know that the experiment
of raiding tobacco in this state has
proven successful. One more crop
is added to our various products. —Ex.
Strayed horse taken up April sth,
1890, dark bay stallion with star in
forehead, no brands or marks on him,
age about 15 years, weight near 750
pounds. J. V. Davidson, Lamar.
Buckeye mowers at Herbert’s.
Everybody buys feed and flour at
Parmenter’s Old Staud.
Buckeye binders at 1 lei boi l’s.
Remember the Parmeuter Old
Stand for cheap feed and best
brands of flour.
Herbert’s for pumps and windmills.
D. C. Marker says he is the man
who has furniture to sell.
For quick sales, small profits, hon
est weight, square deals and cash
prices go to the Parraentur Old
Peter Matter keeps a complete
stock of gardod and held seeds at
the Parmenter Old Stand.
160 acres of deeded land, eight
miles south-east of town on Clay
creek, under the survoyed south side
ditch. J. A. Downing. 43.
IT G. HESS,
Ataev and Counsellor at Lav.
LAMAR, - - - COLORADO.
llrh had fifteen yonrs experience in aotlro
pruotlec In both State and U. S, Courts.
I’KCIAJ. ATTENTION GIVEN TO CON
TESTS IN U. S. LAND OFFICE,
Collections Pramuilv Attended to
Free reclining chair-cars are run
via “Santa Fe Route” between Den
ver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, To
peka, Kansas City, Ft. Madison,
Galesburg and Chicago. Two trains
daily between all eastern and west
ern pointH. Fast line to San Diego,
Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Pullman Tourist Cars for all Califor
nia points. Shore Line to City of
Mexico. Round trip tickets on sale
at reduced rates to all principle Tex
as, Pacific and Gulf Coast points, al
so City of Mexico. Direct line to
the celebrated Las Yogas Hot Springs
Colorado Headquarters for this
popular line 1700 Lawrence St. Den
Are'you going to California? If
sc., read the following, and find out
how much it will cost you, and w hat
von can get for your money: The
SANTA FE ROUTE runs
weekly excursions (every Friday)
from Kansas City and points west to
Sun Francisco. Los Angeles, San
Diago and other Pacific Coast points.
The ticket rates aro the regulac soe
ond-class rates —$35 —from the Mis
souri River to principal California
points. Pullman Tourist Sleeping-
Cars are furnished. These ears run
through, without change, from Kan
sas City to destination. The charge
for berths is remarkably low, being
$3.00 for a double berth from Kan
sas City to California. The Pullman
Company furnish mattresses, bed
ding. curtains and all sleeping-car ac
cessories, including the services of a
uorter, with each car. The partis*
are personally conducted by experi
enced excursion managers, who giro
every attention to passengers, insur
ing their comfort and convenience.
For more completo information re
garding these excursions, rates tick
ets, sleeping-car accommodations,
dates, etc., address
Geo T. NrcnoLSON, G. P. & T. A.
A., T. & SwF. R. R.
Topeka, Km* net'
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