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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
VOLUME vill- A.T. 18. F* T*»« Cmd Ura»r. Colorado. Doily. Vpi Boers. Root 1 . * Son. No. 2 ......11 00 o. in. ) (l7 B.ni. No. 4 10 U i>.m. i(l S 141a- m. No. «... 215a. m. » (B pm No. 8 *47a. m. S*. a Frot S 4A p. m. No. 44 Fr*t •S 3 *. ns. j 4 or* tLroo«h train*. W. E. CiDi. .icrai. PoatofTlOS Timo Card. OKVHUU- DtUVHT OfM. ><n «. r i.. Saturday 8a.m.t07 p. m. ll to It a. m. and 6 to?p. m. M-KSDCLI or M*rL*. .. 7 a.m. lb# *H>th -7 p.m. fn'* 't* W#»t - .#iW apd 10:4; *. r». iv K*»t l:t& n. m. nod < :11 p. m. THREE-MINUTE TALKS ABOUT l rot.-.i f..! I NEW MEXICO. firm*. mlon» m<l town* of Non Mfiioi. (.rdu**! frwtt r*i*ia« nr* *of forth in d*- u k:~ for’* rrUti*** t«> •»!*'««*», r*tt U nn.l c r * ,r»J '»r-T.m* N<* iHlor o-untry p. r»«« »urh . » <ir rliiuMtll tho i**f mood. Writ* J,Ti t m. . •Mm. U P AT. A.. A. T A f l 11 T< Km., f. li. .'!■) DR. I. S. BRYANT, dentist, will visit Lamar Feb. 21 and remain four day* DR J- B. HASTY O«ro rnro# Doors South of Post OfTlco, mua • - codorado. O. V. BEDELL, Pfcrsirian and Surgeon. OSm ni«Uln momhl *4uor *ont b of th* Firwt National Bonk. Luia ...... C.iuwAtu JOHN W. KRIOER. ATTOKNBT AT LAW. IBORCUD BLOCS. LAMAR - - COLORADO W. J. JOHNSTON. I WILL HAVE THE BEST STOCK OF SHOES Ever Shown In the WEST for MY NEW STORE. W. J.’ JOHNSTON. LAKAB. PROWERS COUNTY. COLOBADO. SATURDAY. JANUARY 87, 1894. SECRET SOCIETIES. Tol2u>' M J" 4 *** L ««>» So- SO M rT.-ry *• »*«JSf And third hAt.rdAJ „1 j. B. ftttH. 8«. P.». LncfcW.lt. Laka.Cao N-*. .«hmvU> tb. flr*t am! third Friday in eaefy * “• Mifhbnra ar.s rtlthaj» wtl rF-Ptaa.ri.rk. LUiuUT - V - I '' ,9;.\ * IT '>«*'* r.*T the ■arwafl and fourth Tfatiraday in *r»«>r> month at p. m. All riimr*.in ar. invited t.* ciimr into C *n*k i' . C.C.tiouDAU, Cona U. E. ( torn, AdJ. ,-Tn WoKXv'a Rtutrt\nn 1 K.Uow. hall at :tp. m. on th*>M>c<«d aod fourth Thursday of mrh month. .. , . Et.ii t WatuMT. Pr«, Eli.* La*. V*. m** Vi* ** Eiaa DartkTMaxT meet* at tke oTicf itf Vmu taut Chief Parinruter on the tirat riinaday in «aeb month at ?>m. , _ . F'aap Schmidt, Chief Jo»T Lawudm.B«c. O. M. A. Alhiakdie Realm So. M meet* * ,H > Monday at % p. m. Vultiaf mrmUir cordially invited to attend. -«|AN\UA S4M lETIEi—•. K F AA. M flak MAD A LonoS Jfo. 72 m»xM» >at narday ni«ht« <« or Mur* each full mo«n and tvo *m!m thereafter I». \F. Roataaoa. W. M. C. L. Mi P«u*i*,Sw>. L O. O. f • (lnupt Lotion No. 7S meet* ev ery Saturday nurhi R. S. Kn*>x<r*. N. Ci. F»m Man ti. !W'r. U. \ K. Pbottob Piut No. *7 mw>t» on the l*t and 3rd Tuu«l»j» of each month at tin Ua •uoie hall. All nnunulm iiiritnl to at land. M. K. [)U IIX»uN. ( did. D. W. Roanraoa. AdJ. CHURCHES. M. S. Cnrwa at Lamab hold a- Sunday at 11 a m. and > p m. Snmla; School it B:i& a. m. Rav. J. 1). I'kokk. Paatnr. CnutTlAi at Lamab- Sunday School every Sunday at • a. m. Social mooting and Hibi* readtua at 10:43 a. ra. If 11 v«un Sr*r>Ai-#»-|toot.- At May Valley School 11-mie at 3 o'clock !>. m. Ei»r> one cor dially Istilml m attend. OtutDA St vt>ti ■•m'Hiki. M-ct* at the M. K. ( hurcb in Oranada everT Sunday at : -B) o'clocks p. m. Every body invite*} to attend. ,8"' $25 12" $5O 16 n - $lOO AERMOTORS ALL STEEL GALVANIZED PUMPING OR GEARED SAME PRICE. for tba baoaflt or the pa bile, the Aer mo tor foniMay declare* * dividend and make* above prices as JO}** 0 * of . dl * Irtto'.ltic It- T»>ox» .P rl s?j will b* ri> > 'tinurd b*7 *arn‘l r/f " worked nroflt on a very iStnomir Talt <>* *>«««“ s!wi U»“ Aer- motor Company 4 acre* of laml iu the beat manufac turing renter of ftT Chtea*o.wUb many. VsVy many, acres M of door *P*«® tb« 7 beat equip- ft/I ment of machinery, Itw me |h 11 |wia<i Mi I * n ytktenca Tbs A* ,mo tor Co. 14 J feel*. In tble erowp- Columbian year, that It can afford to bi ” w. will .hit. from Cbl<-««o u> .nr on# any where at the above price*. the AEhMOTOR COMPANY, 12th mN Rhufcwll Chicao<V 13 ***** in iida dni«rt«'a H ANOTHER DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. The Fifth Within I«m than Four Yen re—The Alamo Hotol and the Range East of It all go—The Loss only Partially Covered by Insur. ance —Frozen Water Mains Renl der the Water Service Useless— Who the Sufferers Are. The town has again suffered from a destructive tire. The first alarm was given about one o’clock Wednes day morning by the mill whistle. This was supplemented by an engine at the depot, and finally the fire alarm Im.*ll was rung. When first seen the tire was in the rear of the Alamo hotel and had made considerable progress. The night was the coldest of the season, and in consequence the water system was useless, although the pump was put promptly at work no water could be forced through the mains, and little could be done except to save s ich property as could be carried in t > the streets. The Alamo hotel and the frame r.tnge to the east —the Hess, Met cdf and Opp buildings—were en tirely destroyed. The building to tho south of the hotel used as a blacksmith shop by A. Van Etten was pulled down to prevent the tire extending in that direction. The Alamo hotel was one of the the early buildings of the town. It was 130 feet long and 28 wide. The house and furniture was owned by Mra. Hattic .Flanders, of Kansas City, Her agent here valued the building and contents at SOOOO. There was but $2500 insurance upon the prop erty, SISOO in the German of Free p »rt aud SIOOO in the Insurance Company of North occupied by John Hess as a hotel aud saloon. Mr. Hess lost his entire stock and fixtures. He estimates his 10-s upon them at about He had s”<*) insurance. S4U) in the Springfield of Massachusetts and $3 .Klip the St. Paul. The next building east of the hotel was owned by Mr. Hess and occupied by Vanorsdale & Everett for a meat market. The building was insured for SSOO. Vanorsdale & Everett saved a desk and pair of scales only, losing their entire stock of meats and all their fixtures,. They estimate their loss at al>out S7OO upon which they had S4OO insurance. The Metcalf building followed that of Mr. Hess. It was owned by Mrs. M. A. Metcalf Ewing and was not insured. The loss was perhaps SSOO to SOOO. It was occupied by the Sparks Printing Company aud by Marshal Kelsey as a residence. The Sparks saved the most of their plant although in a damaged condition, which is fully covered by insurance. The material was moved to the Pent NUMBER 34. building on Main street formerly oc- \ copied by the Begjstjb. Ibe paper i will probably appear to-day and here- j after on time. Mr* Kelsey saved his / household goods. The last building in the range and the last to burn was the Opp house. This was the property of George Opp of Cripple Creek. It was Worth about S4OO and was insured in the Mil waukee for $250. It was occupied by G. W. Keeley for a residence. Mr. Keeley saved his goods. The origin of the fire is unknown, as well as the exact place where it started. AVhen .first discovered it was in the rear of the hotel, on the east side. The inability to force water through the pipes was explained after the tiro was over. It was found that the they were frozen at the “cut off.” Vanorsdale & Everett have opened tip in the Blodgett building formerly occupied by C. W. Heaton. It was the intention of the firm to move there during the last of the week. Mr. Hess will start in business again at the Postal Telegraph building on J the north side. The companies carrying the insur ance are all good ones, and specials will at once adjust the losses. The insurance upon the Alamo and the stock of Vanorsdale & Everett was effected through the agency of D. E. Cooper, and the others through that of C. B. Tlioman. The blacksmith shop torn down be longed to Messrs. Parrish and Mark ham. It is already being rebuilt and will again be occupied by Air. Van Etten. ' Pleasant Valley News. Frank Davis is in Boulder county on business. Babbits are few and far between in this vicinity. Ed Gordon has been putting up ice for picnic purposes. Daniel Gilbert is plowing and pre paring for spring ciop. Ed J. Gilbert, of Fowler, is visit ing friends in the the valley. This valley seemed to be a partic ular point for the hunters during the hunt. Two threshing machines have been in the neighborhood this week finish ing up odd jobs. Messrs. Gordon, Erickson, Pearl and Bentley entertained Denver hunters during the big hunt. The dance last Friday evening was well attended, the supper was excel lent and dancing was kept up till u late hour. XX For Sale. A span of fine Clydesdale mares. F. C. Wright.