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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
iTHLiaHKD EVERY EATUBDAY Tha Lamar Realatar Company. ScMCUrnoa RtTU: omTw »u n a till Matthr-... . •> M> Livii, Colorado, (>m*ar« 24, IWKS. Abstraots. The only set of Numeri cal Abstracts of the Rec ords of Prowers county. Abstracts to Farm and City Property furnished $n shortest notice. Terms Reasonable. Address PROWERS CO. ABSTRACT Co. Lamar. Colo. W. 4. JolinMoa for Shoes. \V J Johnston for C'4q»U W. J. Johnston for Clothing. \V. 4. JohaMuo for BltakpU. W. 4. Johnston for Dry Goods. W. J. JobmdoQ for l'iuiMnr««r. W. 4 Johnston for W\ L. Dooglan Show. L. W. Keil, expert watchmaker. Lamar, Colo. VV. 4. 4ubn<4oo for K. P. IW» Ladies tin** Shoe*. L. W. Koil, th<* wu*m Colorado jsveicr, Lamar, Colo. llay roar paint*, oil* nod window gift** at Palace* Drug Store. \V 4. Johnston. leader »u Dry Good*, Clothing and Shoes. W. 4 4 ■ «tm*u »n, leader in every thing to bis lino in the Arkau**arf Volley. Capt Win Camming* after along visit m Illinois has returned to Lamar Mouep—At lamar on last Tam tlay Mr. August Finke and Mu*** Ed na Crvmgh, both of Carlton. Dr. K. M. Manning was in Lamar M-xulijr. He has just returned from an ax tended v isit in the east Fred Schmidt has pat in a new bar, one of the finest in this part of the »tate. He will hare a grand opening to-night. L**m Burke, the young son of C. W. Burke of the north side, was very severely injured by being thrown from a horse last Suuday. Medical aid was suamouei iinme<liately, bat the report is that there is very small possibility of bis recovery. There was a populist rally at the court house on Monday night, which was :i 1 dressed by L. 8. Cornell, the populist candidate for state superin tendent. He exposed the corrupt deal by which Adams was nominated and ripped up the democrats gen erally. W« received this week front W. F. Crowley, the ageut, a Standard Kit chen Cabinet. It is a marvel of con venience and economy of labor, space and materials. Tbe price is moder ate, and no kitchen should lx* with out one. Friend & Son are the local: representatives of Mr. Crowley, and a sample cabinet can be seen at their; store. Taxes for 1895 and 1896. Tfc* atotoment in being circulated extensively throughout the count y by .the reform administration that’the tax levy has been lowered instead of i numd. That a tax of 80 mills upon the dollar on a vain* of $5 per men |** greater than a tax of 20$ mills npon the dollar opon a valuation of |sß per acre. That the voters and farmers of the county may know ex j actly bow true this statement is, we i will print a list of a few taxpavers | and their taxes for 1805 and 1890. ; These names were taken indiscrimi . nately from the tax roll, and can be . easily verilied by anyone desiring to ; j do no: Oao, F. PcAEL I Total valuation 1890, $1,505 j Taxes be will pay $54.93 i Total valuation 1595, SI,OBO } Taxes paid in 1895 42.35 Increase in taxes $12.58 Fran lirYinca Total valuation 1896, $1,339 | Taxes he will pay . . $50.87 j Total valuation 1895, $1,097 i Taxes paid in 1895 -44.79 Increase in taxes SO.OB H. (1. How* I Total valuation 181*6. $1,236 j Taxes he will pay $45.11 j Total valuation 1895, $1,021 . Taxes paid in 1895 39.82 Increase in taxes $5.29 M. K. Rosaceax* j Total valuation 1896, $1,298 ! Taxes he will pay $57.82 ' Total valuation 1895, $991 j Taxes paid in 1895 51.54 Increase in taxes $6.28 A. F. Milieu i Total valuation 1896, $1,134 ! Taxes he will pay .......142.20 ’ Total valuation 1895, $777 Turn paid in 1895 29.97 Increase in taxes $12.29 J. V. Davixwox • Total valuation 184)6, $435 , Taxes he will pay .$19.84 ! Total valuation 184*5, $324 | Taxes paid in 1895 15.23 Increase in taxes $4.61 Any taxpayer cau verify theae fig j ores at any time as they are copied | from the tax lists of the two years, j They can aleo find how their own i taxes for the two years will compare. i J. C. Funderlmrg and M. J. Mc- Millin were Carlton visitors at the 1 county seat this week. There wan a democratic rally at j the court house last night which was | addressed by G. M. Datneron. demo j crude candidate for state senator. j Mr. and Mm. C. C. Goodaie gave a progressive enchre party at their resilience last night, which was at tended by a large number of their ■ friends. The next convention of the Prow ers County Sabbath School Aasocia will lie held at Pleasant Valley on Saturday, November 7. All are cor dially invited to attend. Through an oversight the Register state* 1 last week that A. E. Bent re signed as a candidate for state sena tor, instead of declined to be a candi date as it should have read. The “reformers” have held a num ber of meetings at the school houses on the north side this week. Their orators have made some pretty steep 1 assertions we are informed, but have i not attempted to explain why they increase the people's burdens eight i or ten thousand dollars each year. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY BURE California Limited. Beginning Novembor 4, the Santa Fe Route will resume its celebrated California Limited ♦rain as a semi weekly service, leaving Chicago Wednesdays ami Saturdays at 6:00 p. m., reaching Los Angeles in 72 hours aud San Diego in 76J hours. Equipment of superb vestibuled palace sleepers, buffet smoking car and dining car. Most luxurious ser vice via any line. Another express train, carrying both palace ami tourist sleepers, leaves Chicago 10:25 p. m. daily for Los Angeles and San Francisco. Inquire of W. E. Cade, agent. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Huddleston Jk Pike has this day t>een dissolved by mntnal consent, E. H Pike retiring. All claims against said firm and all accounts due them will be settled by the undersigned, C. C. Huddleston. C. C. HUDDLESTON. E. E. PIKE. Lamar, Colo., Oct. 8, 1896. Expert watch repairing, reasonable prices, L. W. Keil, Lamar, Colo. A. Kern has started a Merchant Tailor shop in the Goodale building. Mr. Kern comes highly recommend ed aud will undoubtedly make a sue cess. If you wnnt a first-class suit at any price from SIB.OO to- $40.00 call on him. Mr. Kern has 20 years exerience as a tailor and cutter. He also solicits your repair work, and guarantees satisfaction both with his work and prices. C. C. HUDDLESTON GENERAL MERCHANDISE. LAMAR, COLO. XD. lE3. COOPER Land Attorney, Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agent. The ladies of the Christian Chnrch will serve dinner election day in the Ironclad building. Don’t fail to go and eat dinner with them that day. Meals 25 cents, children under fifteen years 15 cents. Quarterly meeting will be held at Paradox on the Lamar circuit, Fri day evening at 7:30 and Saturday morning at 10 o’clock, October 30 and 31. Dr. D. L. Under will preach Friday evening and Saturday morn ing. Trustees, stewards and those wishing to be baptized are requested to be present All are invited. A. D. Rice, Pastor. Judge Nowels purchased a Hallet A Davis piano last week of the agent Mr. Irwin at this place. Attend F. E. Irwin’s shoe sale be fore it closes and save ss. C. M. Lee will buy school orders and town and county warrants. I have just received a lot of walk ing and wheel hats; everything first class and I positively won’t be under sold. B. Kilsey. Bottomley has been compelled to postpone his Lamar visit until Mon day, the 20th. He will positively be here then. Ladies’, children’s infants’ cloaks in plush, 3,5, 7,9, 11, 13, 15,18, 25. Feather boas and ostrich from $1 to $lO at Kelsey’s. Notice. The lirirv of Huddleston & Pike having been dissolved all persons knowing themselves indebted to them will please call and settle the same at once. Respectfully, C. C. HUDDLESTON.