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The Lamar Register.
VOLUME XV. PRICES 1 CREAM B&King Powder In Use the most Economical Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes further. Working uniformly and perfectly, it makes the bread and cake always light and beautiful, and there is never a waste of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs. With finer food and a saving of money comes the saving of the health of the family, and that is the greatest economy of all. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. *s?jss CHICAGO r°*<i chea l’* l,ut arc <,wr a* any price, be cause they contain alum, a coriobivc ]>olson> May Valley. Ray Pilloiul wi.l leave for Missouri ! to enter some business college the ensuing term. Ira Swadley purchased a lions from Abe libodeß recently and moved it on to his farm last week. lie will use it as a granary at present. Miss alary Cunningham began an eight months teim of school last Monday morning the attendance of scholars is the largest since the dis trict was formed James Wells, Sr, has sold since our last items 87 acres to a Mr. Sim cox, consideration §2OOO. Mr. S. will occupy this line farm as soon as Frank Slater’s lease expires. Rev. Geo. W. Comp purchased the Cline farm while here some few weeks ago. He sends word from Indiana that he will be out in time to seed a large part of the farm to wheat. Frank Friend has given up nursing as a profession and has left the Boul der Sanitarium. Ho is now engaged in seeding a large acreage to wheat on the W. P. Harper farm, which he has leased. Louis Ford has leased the farm, stock and utensils from W. P. James for a term of three years, and Mr. James will move to Lamar where he can secure benefit from the excellent schools and other facilities and ad vantages. derived from residing in Lamar. The Nowels-Robinson company have purchased 3000 stock sheep in addition to the many cattle to be fed on the ranch this winter. There is vast quantities of alfalfa and grain harvest on this excellent farm. An eastern farmer would turn green with envy to see it all. The rains of last week and week LAMAR, PROWERS COUNTY, COLORADO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1900. j in f r<» nert* sufficient to make plow in# easy, ntid plowing and prepara tion' for Heeding are being pushed an rapidly as possible, and should the seeding season continue favorable, the largest area will bo sown to fall wheat in the history of the valley Jay. Church Services. (ChristChurch —Rev. W. H. Haupt, rector; Mr. Geo. A. Symington, lay reader. Services: Sunday school at 9 a m.; morning prayer and sermon at 10 a. in. the second and third Sundays of each month in the Odd Fellows’ hall At the Methodist church next Sun day morning Rev. Knuckey will take for his subject: “The Great Teacher,” and in the evening “Things That Are Not Always What They Should Be.” Hymns for morning service Nos. 12, 240 and 241; in the evening Nos. 0, 47 and 03. FOR SALE—7SO stock ewes and 8 pure bred Shrop rnms. J. O. STREAM. Seed Rye The Lamar Seed Company has a choice lot of now rye nicely cleaned for seed. Call and supply vour needs. D. B. NOWELS, Mgr. ■ j FOR .SALE—A good store house, good location, good stock of goods at a bargain. Old age is my reason for selling. W. H. Morris, Granada, Colo. Thousands suffer with torpid liver, producing great depression of spirits, indigestion, constipation, headache, etc. HERBINE will stimulate the liver, keep the bowels regular, and restore a healthful bouyancy of spirits. Price, 50 cents. I. H. Myers. Ladies* union suit underwear at H. N. Christian’s. H. N. Christian has a nice lino of dress goods. Come in and see them. New invoico of men’s shoes and rubbers just received at McLean Bros. Miss Lou O’Donnell went to Den ver last night and will visit friends for a few weeks. Miss Mamie Exline returned tho lirst of the week from a week’s visit in the state capital. O. G. Hess came down from La Junta last Friday to look after some legal matters for his clients. We have the finest and most com plete line of stationery in tho county. Prices the lowest. McLean Bros. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McLean are the proud parents of an eleven pound boy, who arrived this (Thursday) morning. All doing well. F. A. Bellelsle and family wont to Pueblo this morning and will take up their residence in that city, where Mr. Bellelsle will enter tho mercan tile business. John A. Wilcox and wife, who re side near Holly, were in Lamar on Monday, and Mrs Wilcox made en try for a tract of laud under the des ert land act. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Parrish were in Denver several days tho first of the week, Mr. Parrish being chair man of the delegation from this coun ty to the republican state couven t on. Lecture on “Unearthed Egypt” by Ltev. J T. Kntiokey on Tuesday, September 25 at 8 p ra at M. E. Church, for tho benefit of the Sun day school librury. General admis sion 25c. This (Thursday) morning a large delegation of Lumarites went up to Las Animas on No. 17 to assist J. T Lawless’ candidacy for state senator before the democratic convention held here today. Granby Hillyer and J. K. Dongnty went down to Holly yesterday to try a case involving the ownership of some horses. The trial was held he fore Justice Milford, and resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff. John W. Wampler after allowing -< veral weeks to elapse since his last » p, came tip from Holly on Monday i d attended to some business mat r.o„. Francis G. Hoffman also of K< 'ly was hero at the same time. Prowers county was well represen ted at the republican state convention on Monday. Among those present were C. L. McPherson, D. E. Cooper, E. M. Mears, A E. Bent, A. Cox, F. H. Rosacrans, (l. T. Feast, N. N. Me-. Lean, J. A. Williams, W. A. Merrill and J. L. May Hold. Dan Keosee and W. G. Bussell drove down to Holly yesterday to at tend the suit of Ray vs. Russell, and as the court said that Ray owned one of the horses which Russell drove, William had to hustle around and get another horse before he could come home, but ho accomplished the feat. Miss Anna Hunsaker, niece of Mrs. Irwin and Mrs. J. M. Johnston, returned last week to Lamar to make her home with the"former aunt She thinks Lamar is the only place to live. Miss Maude Kimmel came with Miss Hunsaker to visit her sisters Mrs. Ir-, win and Mrs. Johnston, and brother D. G Kimmel. The people of Holly are actively engaged in various matters pertain ing to the fair, which commences there tomorrow, and they are looking for a large attendance. Everyone from this end of the county, who can possibly do so, should attend this fair and help make it a success. It will give an opportunity for the peo ple of the county to meet each other and get better acquainted, and ih more ways than one this occasion should result in great good if prop erly encouraged. Ill 111 Close Bros. & Co. Offer intending land purchasers ad- i vantages superior to those offered by any other parties selling land in Colorado. This may seem n broad statement; we will make it still brcader and say than anyone else selling land anywhere In tin© XTunited States. The land we offer for sale is in Prowers County in the Arkansas Valley , Colorado, Under The Amity Canal, which has in connection with it the Greatest Reservoir System in tlie World, which will afford an unfailing water supply. “ The Farmer’s Story ” tells all about it; it will interest you, and is yours for the asking. Close Bros. & Co., Chamber of Commerce Bldg-. ! I CHICAGO, ILL. Ill ' hi aTe. bent DEALER IN IRRIGATED LANDS NEAR LAMAR Supplied with the best of Water Rights. Especially adapted to the growth of Sugar Beats, Fruits and Cantaloupes These lands are rapidly advancing In value. Buy early and take the profits. Don’t take chances . on buying cheap drugs for “just ns good,” when yon know you can got the best at McLean .Bros. The last meeting of the M. 1C. aid society was held at the home of Mrs. Frank Cooper. Watermelons and cantaloupes were served, and all who were present enjoyed themselves. Corn-buskers’ sprained wrists, barb wire cuts and sprains, or cuts from any othei cause, are quickly healed when BALLARD’S SNOW OINT MENT is promptly applied. Price, 25 and 50 cents. I. H Myers. Font teen candidates for knight hood were initiated into Lamar tent Iv. O. T. M. at the big review last Wednesday night. Sir Knights Grif tin and Orchard, of Denver, were in charge of the proceedings, and they succeeded in infusing now life into the local tent. We hope they will visit us again soon. The band boys are keeping up their regular practice and are making marked improvement in their playing. They gave their second open air con cert on Main street last Saturday night, and the large crowd of citizens which assembled to hear them re ceived quite a treat. It will only be NUMBER 15. n abort time at tbo piosont rata of progress until Lamar bus tbo banner band of tbo valley. NOTICE. To the Prowers County I.ami and Irrigation Company; John Hess; Tin* Kninan l.oan inni Trust Company. Triihtw for lloudhohl era of an Issue of $1(10,000.00 Ronds of tin* Lamar Land and Canal Company : Tin* Kan hih Loan and Trust Company, Trustee for Bondholders of an Issue of $300,000.00 If.mils of tin* Prowora County Land and Irrigation Company : Tin* Trust Company of America, Trusteo; (amreo M. Noble. Receiver of tin* Prowers County Land and Irrijrat ion Com nany; Everett J. Dallas and (leoriti- II. Whitcomb, Receivers of the Trust Coinpan) of America: The Lamar Land and Canal Company ; A. E. Rent, Receiver of the Lamar Land and Canal Company; and to Whom it May ('oncern : You will take notice that on December 1 Ith. ISttl, L. Wirt Markham |>urchased of tin* then county treasurer of Prowers county, Colorado, the following described lands, in separate tracts, towit: The southwest quarter of Sect ion 29, and southwest quarter of Section 30, all in Town ship 33. Ramp* 12; and the northeast quarter, the northwest quarter, and the southwest quar ter, of Section 25, Township 23, Rump- 43. all situnted in Prowers county, Colorado, for de linquent taxes for the year 1805. That for a valuable consideration the said purchaser of said Intulsduly assigned the certifi cates of purchase issued by said county treas urer on such sale, and all said purchaser s riifht. title anti interest to the property therein tie scribed. to E. T. Rrownimr. of Kansas City. Mis souri, who is now the lawful owner and holder ttf said certificates. , That said lands wore assessed in the name of The Prowors County Land and Irrigation Com pany. That the time of redempt ion of said lands from said sale will expire on February 1st, 1000. That unless snitl lands are redeemed from said sale, the untlersiirned will apply to tin county t reasurer of snitl county fora treasur er’s deed for said lands. Dated September 5th, 1900. E. T. BROWNING.