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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
VOLUME VIH. I A. T. &S. F. Timc Cano. I paily Untr. ('nlofwh.. Daily. I ”\\ s-r IfaWKO. Kant lUmad, ■ s „ i 721•. m. No. 2 11 12 a. m. I VjK 5 1«J ». 81. So. 4 to » p.m. | v 2 ot> «. m. So. 6 Itoa au I Bi- m. N<«. 14 l r." * r a i I s U (| 6 ar* UnxMMh train*. I W. R. ('adk. \g>uu I Postofflce Time Card. I okmual otitrui urt«. I s ; 11 to 12 a. in an.l « to? p. Mi . Ify (!>' '••«*!• - 7a.m. Ij. ■ Vm< ..... 1 :«< arut *Ata. m THREE-MINUTE TALKS ABOUT ! HEW MEXICO. I*,, l ' Nl-iukaCM. O. P. AT. t.. A. T. AH. DR. I. S. BRYANT, DENTIST, will visit Lamar Ffb. 21 and remain four dav > • DR, J Q. HASTY, Throe Doors South of Post Office, atXtll. - • CUUMUDO. O. "V. BEDELL, Phrsieian and Surgeon, JOHN W. KP.IGER. ATTORNEY A.T LAW, IBOXCUAD Bt/» K. LAMAR - - OOLOKADO. W. J. JOHNSTON. I WILL HAVE THE BEST STOCK OF SHOES Ever Shown In the WEST for MY NEW STORE. W. J.'JOHNSTON. LA.HAR. PROWERS loUNrv, lULUKADO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1594. SECRET SOCIETIES. i-<*s ►<•». No. *} mart* «nr*nr “i< 'Vv iir;;:.iX. JU. Ti* n.r .. tw. **• S. I.TKCM, W. U: \r2 > i” , , EV ' THEWOBU>.-L»ii«C*i(, ». V? v '"’ fl ' vt *** u,irt * Frida* in ew«y ** **• ,n - '•»«•«« n-'udibor* »r. uwan wef . , ■ 1 i®- . , '" <r No*»>■»•<*■ w»tb« wood »ii.| r.iunli Ihurxi.i in i.T,. r > nmutli tit I*l “■ Ala c«ar*]« »r* milted to com* into "' m- C, XHUHiB, Com. M rJ"* w «***'** Rfcutr «\>BP* meet* ** VT .*** «»P-m. ..n theaecond and fourth Thursday of each month. r.n» i.„. r “- Tiis LtH«R Fihk DcrArricnrT meet* at the ¥ hif( l‘aniMMit*r (Mi thn first lu.vU) in each month at H p. m. , ... , Fbjuj Senator, Chief Jo* T. L »«ideas. See. ° M U V ‘ :-'*•** tSDca I’ui m No. 99 m*ot* M at t iv. ni. Vi»itui« member* cordially muted to attend. —GRANADA SOCICTHa. A. F. A A M. «.u*ux LoiHiK No. 72 meets tvituanlay nurht* on or before ear I; fall moon and two week* thereafter. „ , r D. W.BoBQtaoK, W. M. r. L. UvPitKiuMOf. Secy. I. «>. O. F.- Gkssaoa Lammic No. 7N meet* »y --«ry Hhturvlir ai<bt. .. R. J. Kooxcc. N.G. FftAMK Nuast as. fWy. fl. A. R. I'tiK'Twt I‘o*t No. 4* meet! on th* t*t and ’rd TuMadajr* ~f **eh month at th«« Ma *a«tc ball. All comrade* u,Tit*d to attend. M. F. Dickissos. Com. . I>. W. Kan*.*. A*lJ CHURCHES. M. R. Ctirmrn at L»h*r -(Wrirt» held a» IVrarhlumn Sunday at II a. uj. and ' m "Paator. Cmi»th* Cnctm »t Lahar- Sunday School | IltKl** fv.t tin* at Id:I4 a. m. Sr*nA*-M H«.oi.-At May Valley <ii«xnu Sranty-acBOOI. Meet* at tbr M. K. 8" $25 12" $5O 16" $lOO AERMOTORS ALL STEEL GALVAHIZEO PUMPING OR GEARED SAME PRICE. For the benefit of the rubllc, th« Arrmotor vrrv 1 *n . 5 •’ profit on a very rrvutrn:.. - of ‘ ut . n,J Uo * ri>•"» u \’-r- motor Company 4a. re* of la *hi WlSh too »*•*» mnuuioo tunn. center of Ml C'hlrsnro,wltb many. wnaMy.wrw of floor -pace and STS-t inut,w r.-.entof tor the purpose, s* f| in exigence. *be Aar motor Co. II II fevK In this crown inf Columbian year, that It con atford to be eenerou*. W« will *t»lp from thh ago to any ou« an> where at lbo above price*. THE AEhMOTOR COMPANY, 12th and Rockwell Sts., CHICACO ■ ptto * nenu*ly ft>r catarrh is the ft JWt. Ka»k-*t u* f*e, an-i fht-aprwt. ft| §|| Hntd hr .irtiarl-ts or w-iit b> mall. H H 40c. K. T LUx.-ltlue. Warren. Pa. |P COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. The Reuihtkk wuulil like to bare a correi*- poD<it>ut in t‘V«*r> community in the county. PlcaiH* sriul coiniminicatiouh rvKulhrly. Th«‘>' must t*> in the olllce by Thuroda.'- moriiing to njiure publication. Granada Items. Miss Wight tiuiD, of Pueblo, is vis iting her sister Mrs. Seeberger. Saturday of last week brought the biggest snow storm of the season to 1 Granada. Judge Fry burger, M. M. Priddy, 1 M. J. McMillen and A. 15. Stewart j were in Granada last Friday. Kugeue A. Wilcox has been seri ously ill for some days. His many ! friends are hopiug for his speedy re ! covery. t’ounty Superintendent George T. j Feast uiul his brother \V. 11. Feast | were visiting the Feast ranch at Biron | on ThurJUay. Hick Stubbs is at this time sup post*d to 1h» the proudest man in Prowers county. A lino boy is the ‘ cause of Dick’s elation, y The thermometer reached 11 de grees below zero in Granada last ! Monday. It, is said to have reuchod j [ bl degrees below ut Holly at the j same time. | Owing to the storm Rev. J. D. \ | Droke was unable to till either his | lecture appointment last Saturday i evening or preaching Sunday morn- j | ing, much to the regret of our people. 1 ho following Masons came down jfroiu Lamar to attend at the | i funeral of the late O. A. Wilcox: J : 11. Traxler, C. 15. Tlioiuim. Frank Tate, W. C. McCnrry, Grant Lynch. Geo. W. Butler, M. J. Underwood,! M. S. Goodale and J. A. Woodcock, j The A. T. A S. F. Co. is causing I ing an analysis to Im« made of the water from different wells in Grana da. They tind the Granada water i best along their line for many miles. llt is no uncommon thing for a train | to dump out Coolidge or Caddoa water and replenish from the Granu i da tank. Auiel. Martyma News. Some varmint bus been stripping ; our tree** of their bark of late. Jean Bentley will be missed, when ( she removes to Boulder, by her school 1 mates. Western Stevenson is a constant attendant at tht Pleasant Valley Sab bath-school. Orval Taylor is now happier than ever since the arrival of a baby sister at his home. Our energetic teacher Miss Brown had to dismiss school on account of a severe cold. j Mrs. H. G. Rowe since her return from the east thinks there is no place NUMBER 37. equal to Colorado. As a little boy remarked God haH sent us another beautiful snow to gladden our hearts. Florence Brooks thinks she will cultivate a lot of beautiful flowers the coming summer. Jimmie Jones thinks it is too cold to herd cattle now, so ho attends school every day and is learning fast. AVe are blessed with a number of farmer politicians, who are predicting as to the result of the election in 1890. Archie Pearl contemplates the planting of a large acreage of rice pop corn this spring, believing that it will pay. Mr. Davidson is moving a house to a company quarter which he has leased and will engage in raising small grain iu a businesslike manner. Mr. Mnttoon, our cattleman, will , soon remove to Las Animas for a | short time. He and family will be I missed in our society circles. Mr. Pearl and Mr. Hollinger are ! thinking of exchanging farms. Mr. j Pearl has a valuable fruit farm in I Arkansas which he will exchange for i a Prowers county farm. Eva Berkley will soon move with parents from Caddoa to this valley where her father will engage more ex : tensively in farming and where school privileges will be better. Pleasant valley which extends from the river to a point ten miles north, has an average width of two miles and i- noted for its inexhausti ble supply of pure well water. Quite a number of men, beads of ; families in our immediate vicinity, are experimenting m cooking and washing,. and seem to be getting ready for our next general election. But to cook, wash and take care of the babies they seem to think is too much of a task. One declares that there must be more milk pans, and a greater supply of kitchen furnituie j with a lirst class wringer and washer if he undertakes to keep house wnile his wife is electioneering, So you >ee one good result will flow from giving the women the right of fran chise. Calamity. Notico to Teachers. The regular quarterly examination iof teachers for certificates will bo j held iu the court house at Lamar ■ and in Granada on Friday and Sat urday, February 23 and 24, 1894. ■ Teacheis holding temporary certifi ! cates and those desirous of passing examination will appear at that time i for a complete exmuination as re quired by law. G. T. Feast, Co. Snpt. Lamar, Colo, Feb. 7, 1894.