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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
OLUME VIII. A. T. & 8. F. Tim* Cano. , Colorado. Daily. IVmtHockd. Eait Hik xi). 3 ». in. No. ] 11 |5 a. in. I 5 10 a. in. No. ♦ 10 25 |>. m. SOU a. m. : No. • ... .IMlid. « Hi p. m. No. llii ni. j Krift 3■& p. m.! No. 14 Kr.it A 13 a. 3 adJ d ai« tbruutf li train*. W. E.CADB. A.*.»nU Postofflce Time Card. i or*** it- OKMVKat ofn, i, to S*« onlay $ a. m. to 7 p. m. j II to IS a. m. and 6 to 7 p.m. «< iuo>ri.Kor lOu. ( - nth * a. m. lb' N<ntb 7 p.m. t • Wml I 40 and »A3 a. rn. 11,* K*«t 4:10 a. m. apd < :4» p. m. ee-minute talks■ ** «»I All 11. •> ABOUT trat»|(..i| NEW MEXICO. i, r r->.. minn* and town* of \V» lUxloo. fruit raiaiotf am m< forth In do ft r-Uur* to th»»m ralll'And «*•.,- t s ...;ti«r countr) i-.**'—»•» .nrh > V all lh* ruui. t. 33 n*«- c.. Mil. I*. AT 3 . -3. T. A S. I. I ~ot. K*a-, for frweoM, DR. I. S. BRYANT. lENTIST, rill vi»it Idttntr March 22 and remain four dajra. DR J S. HASTY, —Offic**— ic Doom South of Post Office, k. Colorado. C. V. BEDELL, T3i:ian ani Surgs:n, r- ;,•»*. *u» Mtm l door ♦•■•ith <rf th* Tint National Hank. • CoUMUDI). JOHN W. KRIGER, fOIiHEY AT LAW. UidtruD BUNK. \M.\R • . COLORADO J. JOHNSTON. If ILL IVE the ST STOCK OF SHOES Ever Shown In the WEST for r NEW STORE. J.'JOHNSTON. LAMAR. PROWERS COUNTY. COLORADO, SATUBDAY. MARCH 10, 1894. SECRET SOCIETIES. riStoJ- r .rk?, m * s °- -> ££fWsStsaa?s&6'»sa J* B. Teazles, Bae. P* ®* Liscu, W. M. n.7522R '?*wi. *1 , . _ Hurd hrij.t)m every «U. P ' >r.. always wef \ \x% Dxrtn, cWrk.°* T ‘ Law LKH! '- v • «-'• ._*/•- V i £ ,T< jA»*ow Pon No. 39meets on the A»!.‘ K,rfh ? 1,u, “‘ 1,,y 111 mouth at JL"* tnrited t.. eome into S.V*Kt«,.AdJ. 'V x.Cnuixui, Com. J'Y "'*!•* m" meet* 21,1 r . ' ,W i* ha i* '* ?P- ( '0 the second •ad fourth Akursday of iwh month. Ki.la L«. Kl “* Wmo «» Pr «-- 0 J““ l*%ntE F'KK DKrjMUKitT meet* at the , * l,ra,,n "- r " n the first I urwhjt ut each month at 8 p. i». . Fatii S< HMitrr. Chief Jo* T. Lawimi. See. V*. M u A ' 4 a, *“ a * d ** Kkalm No. » meet* « ■r > h . i<tar at a p. m. \ i-.it in* member* cordially invited to attend. —GRANADA SOCIETIES.— A. P. A A. M.-himw Lonor. No. 72 meet* SntaarvUy ainhla on or before each full moou and two week* thereafter. ... .... I». W. Ronixsux, W. M. C. L. MrPaEKiutN.Sx I. 1.0. O. F. ii« »t aoa lomk N’o. K dmU ev ery Mtuf laj nuthU .. R. J. Kooxra. N.G. P«**E Mltm a*. See y. O. \ R. Parxrttj* Post No. 47 meet* on the l»t hd Tunday* of earn moath at the Ua •oak ball. All comrade* invited to attend. .. M. P. Dtcaxjtaos, t om. I> VT. Roatxaox. Adj. CHURCHES. M. R. rut nAT LiVix held n> follow*: I'rv-arhia* even Sunday at II a. in. and S »». m. Sunday Sr lux* I at »:I5 a. in. Rav. J. L>. liiuAE. Pastor. ('■titTiM Curvet) at Lama*— Sunday School atery Sunday at »jn a. m. Social inert intr and Hi Sir rraiiua at 10 :U a. to. V ALLOT Si xnAi-M'M<iOL- \t May Valley Srltool Hoitar at J.»Vlo<k p. m. Every one cor dially wvitwl to attend. I «a*x »t.\ S- xnit-iii >» «•! Mrrtv at the M. K. i l.n:r‘- in < *r «>» ».*.» Sum! ii a* : -D •• clock p. TO- Every l**dy invited to attend. /8" $25 12" $5O 16a $lOO AERMOTORS ALL STEEL GALVANIZED PUMPING OR GEARED SAME PRICE. For the benefit of the pabUe. the Aerraotor Oomptoy dedans ■ dlvluvnU and nitkMtiM above pri » • * mean* cf d<»- Utbu'ius it. iMnk These price* will t* o»o- A unued only antii It* ruri'l tJ • amir.*,- ‘ J : . on u vory greatnumtrr Tgi'.jly °« ou ‘ ,lw ba f given Uie Ac-- *' -T motor company « met** cf land lu the best muuuiac turu < center of |»l Oilcnfo.wUb many. v.m., LA ■ ' the beat equip- Eyfl nient of machinery, tor the purpose, §». n In existence. Toe Atrmotor Co. Ai -* feels. In tbi* crown loir Columbian year, that It can afford ff> U. renerou*. Wo »ill "bln from Chicago to any ,• uny where at tho above price?. THE AEhr.iarOß COMPANY. *2th und Rackwall Sts., CHICAGO Hood. tie H COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. The* Rrointf.r would liko to harr a correa pondont in ererjr connminity iu the county. Please send communication* regularly. They in list be in the office by Thursday morning to nsuro publication. May Valley. Why don’t you iirigate? Delightful spring weather. Commissioner James moved into his new dwelling the first of the week. Plowing for and the seeding of wheat and oats is vigorously pushed all this week. The canal is now carrying a full head of water. and/\vhat is not being used is stored. The first term of a successful sing ing school ended this week. A sec ond term will begin Wednesday. Many of the young friends of Mas ter Karl Collins met at his home Inst Friday eve, it being his 12th birth day. The time was pleasantly spent in games of various kinds which were entered into with a vim as was the repast spread by Mrs. Collins, con sisting of chicken, pies, cakes, nuts, oranges and many toothsome sweet meats. Jay. Horse Creek Happenings. Mrs Calvin is again on Horse creek. Hicks’ storm was light in this lo cality. Oliver Koval is moving his rtock to Horse creek. Snpt Feast was visiting schools in this locality recently. M. M. Brown is putting up wind mill to fill his fish pond. All are preparing to plant a large acreage of crops this year. Frances Conley makes frequent trij>s south. I wonder if there is to be another wedding in this locality. With both girls and widows so plentiful as they are in this locality, there is no excuse for being a bach elor. Mr*. Edith Brown returned to Horse creek last Saturday after an absence of live months in Washing ton, D. 0.. and eastern Kansas. She lik«*s the freedom of the Colorado plains better than the slavery of east ern society. Itemizeb. Mr. Woolman, of Coolidge, was hunting a stray colt the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Robison visited the family of J. I. Bauks last Sunday. Arthur Conley has been at home having a good time the past week. Some of our young folks attended the theatrical performance at Cool idge. W. W. Reynolds was badly hnrt 3 weeks ago while riding horse back I NUMBER 40. back. Ho is only now able to leave the home. Mrs. Vincent and daughter Mrs. Royal visited Mrs. Neva Vincent last week. Mr. Terrant lost a valuable colt last Sunday. It was supposed to be locoed. Mr. Hester and mother of Greeley county, Kansas, were visiting at \V. W. Reynolds. Mrs. Colven and Mrs. Millinger were up the creek on a trade the other day. So for woman suf frage. Quite a crowd gathered at the res idence of E. E. Vincent Tuesda}’ ev ening anti spent a few,hours dancing and playing cards. All enjoyed themselves well. Toi>BY. Conroe Doings. The weather at this writing is all one could desire. Mrs. M. Haptonstall was at Gra nada one day this week. One thousand acres are now being prepared for spring crops at this place. Happy to say the sick are all able to be out again after serving about three terms of the lagrippe. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Priddy were in Lamar on Sunday last to have an aching tooth extracted for Mrs. P. Harry Manville, of Lamar, and Harry Noblos, of Granada, are at this place putting drops in main laterals. Milt Dickason is talking of going to Oklahoma soon. He will be greatly missed in this vicinity for Milt is a splendid boy. Our school started in Monday with full attendance, as sickness had less ened it to a great extent through the inonth of February. The boxing hall, I presume, is now ready for business. The gloves were built at home and from all appearance Would do justice in a bear contest. Colo. Granger. Advertised Letters. The following is a list of unclaimed letters remaining in this oflice on Feb. 28. 1894. Shafer, Bert Towers, F. Webster, L. Giefel, H. Lindsey, M. F. Hog, H. Carroll. M. Carlsson, C. E. for. Carter, P. Daniel, H. Walker, F. Falkenstine, A. Allen, M. Snnstord, C. H. WILDE, COLO. Mayher, E. Lament, M. Leeham, J. P. Klinemine. J. M. Ix>ke, R. Ross, C. W. Best, Geo. Law. R. Crossmau, E. M. Stratton, L. C. E. T. Lee. Posimastm. Read This. Not a pound of Coal will be al lowed to leave this yard until it is paid for. No exception will be made for rich or poor. M. STRAIN.