THE LAMAR REGISTER.
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P,lly Lamar. Colorado. Daily.
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Mnoday to Saturday S a. m. to 7 p. m.
Baß ,i. T 11 to Ua. m. aad « to7 p. n>.
KRBBCU or 1401.
For tb* South 7 a. m.
from lb# South 7 p. m.
From th* W«*t 1 40 and ■ 33 a. m.
From tba Eaat > :>0 a- m- aad e 40 p. m.
ABOUT trata.l fold-
r)HU. farm*, min** aod Li*m of Saw Mexico.
prodta of fruit raitmc ar* wt forth in da
l*,| aUo facta ralaUra U» aheop. eattla and *m
•ral farming- No oth*f country fuaaa, m »uch
. jaaraid* citmata all the yoar round. Writ*
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DR. I. S. BRYANT,
will visit Lamar March 22 and
remain four days.
□ R J- m. HASTY,
rnreo Doors South of Post Offlco,
Ü BAa . • COLORADO.
O. V. BEDELL,
Physician and Surgeon,
Oflcu apataira aaenod door aouth of tba
Flrat National Bank.
JOHN W. KRIQER,
ATTORHIT AT LAW.
LAMAR - - COLORADO
W. J. JOHNSTON.
BEST STOCK OF
In the WEST for
MY NEW STORE.
PROWERS COUNTY, COLORADO, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1894.
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« T,,E WORI - D
' uiUn« npuhbor* art) always weh
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*! . *t ,T Po«T No.stmenuonth.
tPf * * ill '"Onh Ttiun.l.y in every mouth et
f* I>. m. All comrades art* invited u» comp into
“C,..u. Ad 4, W«. C.'hiumi, Com.
vT"* "'?“•»'* “«u» I'oere >Mi
# 23l 5r Uoi V h * n •* 3 P- m «*» the second
and fourth Thursday of emit month.
111. I.n, 8«. E, -“ A Pr ~-
-T"* ftfDPynnw meets at the
oOee of Assistant Chief Partn enter on the first
Tuesday in each month at S p. m.
. _ , Pud S« hmidt. Chief
Jo»T. Lawless. See.
°- M - a -Al«xasdeb Realm No. W meets
sooitay at • p. m. Vuitin* members
cordially invited to attend.
A. F A A. M.—Geamada Lodoe No. 71 meets
Setuarday ni*hts on or before each full moon
and two weeks thereafter.
_ , „ _ D. W. Robinson. W. M.
C. L. Mi Pheeson. Sec y.
I. 0.0. F. Gbanada Lodoe No. 78 meets ev
ery Saturday ni«ht.
_ R. J. Kookce. N.G.
Feaxb Milbcbx. Sec’y.
G. A. R.- Peottob Post No. «7 meets on the
Ist snd 3rd Tuesdays of each month at the Ma
sonic hall. All comrade* invited to attend.
M. F. Diceimsox, Com.
D. 7A. Roaixsox. AdJ.
M. T. Cinca at Linn —Service# held as
follow#: firrj Sunday at il a. ni. and
k p. m. Sunday Scl>.».l at * -44 a. m.
Rav. J. D. Dboke. Paator.
Climtui Cbcbcb atLAMAB-Hunday School
*t*n Sunda* at 9JOa. m. Social meeting and
Hibl* readme at 10 il a. m.
If *i Vallkt Snimt-ariooL—At May Valley
School Ifnuee at 3 o'clock p. m. Every one cop* 1
dially invited to attend.
• »baw ida SraDAT-arsooL-Meeta at the If. F..
Church in tiranada every Sunday at 1:30 o'clock
p. m. Everybody invited to attend.
12« $5O '
PUMPING OR GEARED SAME PRICE
For the benefit of the* public, the Aermotor
Comncy dfclarc* a dlTMtond »nd make* the
above price* a* . a mean* of dll
trlbouu* U. These price*
will be ■ .*> ■ t>iiirpiti
?I5? p 7n,' I .M r rol ’ , "" a v "’
rre-t number of OOtflU ha*
given the Aer- motor company
4 acre* of land Id the beat maoub»
turlm center of MB CblenKo,wlth many,
very many.acre* ■! ■ of floor apace ami
tbe beat equip- ment of machinery,
Ibr the purpose. existence. Tbe
A.rmoior Co. MIX feel*, lu thifa crown
inx Columbian year. that It can afford to be
renerou*. We will .bin from Chicago to any
ooa anywhere at tbo above prices.
THE AEhMOTOR COMPANY.
12th md Rookwall St*.. Chicago^
tPW» » Remedy Ibr catarrh I* tbe ■
IWI. U> l«w. and CheapeA^B^
Hold by drwggto* or setii by mall.
SOI K. r Ilaselttne. Warren, Fa. 0
The Kkqhtkk would like to have a corres
pondent in every community in the county.
Please send communications regularly. They
must be in the office by Thursday morn in* to
Sheriff John Q. Hagerman is at
Granada this week.
Ray Hassler has become a full
fledged Odd Fellow.
J. L. Mayfield has been appointed
and qualified as justice of the peace
for Granada precinct
Will Brumfield is back in Granada
after a visit of several months at his
old home in Atchison, Kansas.
Link and Frank McKinney were
at Lamar on Wednesday, and drew
considerable republican inspiration
from the speech of Benjamin Harri
f , Joseph McClung has recently ad
ded water rights and other substan
tial improvements to his ranch 2
miles east of Granada, and will do a
good deal of farming from this time
S Link and Frank McKinney have
leased a ranch of the P. C. L. & L
Co. at the mouth of Butte creek and
will farm on a large scale during the
coming season. They have 200 acres
/" George Baxter killed twenty-nine
jack rabbits recently in twenty-three
shots. These animals have become
so numerous that they may frequent
ly be seen on the busiest thorough
fare of our city.
Carl Reinhardt and George Borger
shipped a tine lot of furs from Gra
nada this week. They have been on
a hunt of several weeks duration and
killed wolves, coyotes, foxes and oth
er varieties all within 70 miles of
Oar literary has very interesting
George Martyn has gone to Arkan
sas on business.
Quite a number attended the dance
i at the residence of Mr. Davis.
A1 May hew is trying to reverse a
sanctioned law by reversing the
| wheels of his farm wagon.
Mrs. Schermerhorn has been em
ployed to teach a 3 months school at
Great Bend, the consideration being
Daniel Gilbert will experiment
with an Illinois irrigating pump
; which is warranted to expell 4 gal
' lons of water at every stroke.
The writer met with quite an acci
! dent while crossing the river near Ft.
j Lyon with a load of wood. Experts
| having pronounced the ice very
■ strong three teams crossed over safe
ly. On my return the wagon broke
through, having run into an air hole
causing the horses to go in also. The
water was 3| feet deep, and it was
impossible for the hones to get a
footing on the ice to enable them to
get out, but at las'; succeeded. A
Mr. Fletcher came along and by his
kind assistance the wagon was taken
apart and polled oat. Beware of
In company with othen we spent a
few houn at the head gate of the
Amity canal, and must say we are
somewhat surprised to see the many
costly improvements that have been
made during the past six months.
The headgate is equal in structure to
one of the many locks in the noted
Erie canal. We found the manager
R. S. Coates in company with John
Gordon, of Lamar, making more im
provements. Through his kindness
we were shown through the commo
dious house and grounds The dwel
ling is located near the base of a
large ledge of rocks back of which is
a natural cave. The outlook for the
farmers under this canal is very en
The board of education of this
school district has adopted the fol
Lamar, Colo., Feb. 22, 1894.
The board of education directs that
the principal of the school cause the
national flag to fly from the flag staff
from sunrise to sunset, on the open
ing and closing days of school each
term, on all national and state holi
days, and on the following named
Jan. 17, birthday of Franklin, 1706.
Feb 12, birthday of Lincoln, 1809.
Feb. 27, birthday of Longfellow, 1807
April 9, Appomattox, 1865.
April 30, Inauguration of Washing
ton, 1789; and purchased of Louis
iana Territory, 1803.
May 14, foundation of Jamestown,
May 24, birthday of town of Lamar,
May 27, first telegraph message, 1844.
June 14, adoption of the flag by
June 17, battle of Bunker Hill, 1775.
Sep. 2, first trip of a steamboat, 1807.
Sep. 3, treaty of Paris, 1763.
Sep. 22, Emancipation proclamation,
Oct. 19, snrrender of Cornwallis, 1781
Oct. 21, Columbus discovers Ameri
Dec. 17, Whittier's birthday, 1807.
Dec. 22, Forefather's day.
Also on occasions of national im
portance snch as may occur from
time to time.
The principal will cause the pnpils
of the school to receive appropriate
instruction relative to the historical
I anniversaries, to the end that patri
otism may be inculcated as part of
the education of the children.
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