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The Lamar Register.
VOLUME XV. ] • 4k Prices cream i Is a pure baking powder — no alum, lime or ammonia. No acid but that from grapes —which is pure, pleasant and healthful —enters into Dr. Price's Baking Powder. Fruit acids are accounted by hygienists the most important of the elements of the food of man, and of these the acid of the grape is most prominent. Dr. Pric ~V’nm Baking Powder is i - most effi cient and of leavening agents, but: < to its constitu ents is likewi. . o motive of health. NIMK ri,. . . Kifcin,: powder* PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. " CHICAGO. stomach ami t.ms-c .acidity and dyspepsia. May Valley. Mrs. Major Martin is failing m*l daily becoming weaker The meetings at the Wells school house are becoming very interesting The Storage company is putting in drop No. 1 below the Nee No She reservoir. Quite a congregation witnessed the “feeding of the sheep” at May valley Sunday morning. D. B. Nowels, of Lamar, fed them at night. Seth Frye entertained a number of the boys of this vicinity last Satur day night Still most of them wish they had stayed at homo with mother. Ask the boys übout it. The L. Baldwin people have pur chased several thousand bushels of oats here recently, which they will haul to the Big Sandy ranch to bo fed to young calves this winter They paid 7()c per cwt., and most of the sellers are happy. Jay. Santa Fe Excursion Rates. Pueblo Street Fair October 3-0 — Kate $4.70 round trip. Dates of sale October 3,4 and 5, final return limit October 7 Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. at Denver: October 15-20—Rate $9.35 for round trip. Date of sale October 14, final return limit October *2O. An all year tourist rate to Hot Springs, N. Mex.. at rate of $14.70 for round trip, final limit 90 days from date of sale. Holders of these tickets can obtain the following low rates for side trips from La Jnntn: Round trip to Pueblo s*2 00, to Colo rado Springs $4.35, to Denver $4.25. They can bo obtained either on go ing or return trip and carry limit of < 00 days, with stop over privileges ! north of including Pueblo. i Tickets from Pueblo, Colo. Springs LAMAR, PROWERS COUNTY, COLORADO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1900. i lift Dnu-ver to Salt. Lake • I Ogden $25 for rontitl trip Date- oi'suit*Juh I to Sept. 30 inclusive, final limit 90 days from dute of sale but not later than Oct. 31. On July 12 and 31 and Aug. 1, 14, 30 and 31 and Sept. 7. thirty day tickets will be wold at the rate of §2O. For further particulars inquire of G. J. GARVIN, Agent. Church Services. CiimsT Church —Rev \V. H. Haupt. rector; Mr. Geo. A. Symington, lay reader. Services: Sunday school at 9 a. m.; morning prayer ami sermon at 10 a. m. the second and third Snndnys of each mouth in the Odd 1 Fellows’ hall. At the Methodist church next Sun day morning Rev. Knuckey will , preach on the subject, “The Greatest . Thing in tin* World.” In the even , ing the subject will ho “Self Instruc , tion.” Hymns for morning service ( Nos. r»74. 587 and .799; for evening i Nos. 7, 17 and 158. FOR SALE—7 pure bred Shrop rams. J. O. STREAM. T OST—A brown alligator pocket book with $3 or ?4 in change in ' it. Finder please return to Mrs * Chas. L. Maxwell UOR SALE —A good store bouse, , good location, good stock of goods at a bargain. Old age is my reason for selling. \V. H. Morris, i Granada, Oplo. , : Thousands suffer with torpid liver, producing great depression of spirits, i indigestion, constipation, headache, I etc. HERBINE will stimulate the ' liver, keep the howels regular, and i restore a healthful bouyancy of spirits, f Price, 50 cents. I. H. Myers. 1 Neckwear for every occasion at J. M. Johnston’s. Born —To Mr. aDd Mrs. J. Richard St. Vrain on last Sunday evening, a girl. New invoice of men’s shoes and rubbers just received at McLean Bros. Dave Kiramel proved up his homo stead north of the river before tho local land oflice last Thursday. We have tho finest and most com plete lino of stationery in tho county. Prices tho lowest. McLean Bros. Mrs. M. S. Allbnght has been vis iting her daughter*, Mrs. Runyon and Mrs. Long, in Latnar tho past week. Men’s heavy fleece lined underwent —blue tint —shirty double o r ' • chest, one dollar the suit at J. M. Johnston’s. M. /. Far well* republican candi date for senator, visited Prowers county several days last week, and ♦ »tia iu the fair afr Holly. Every size, grade and weight of underwear which you can p<»-sibly want at Geo. C. Maxwell’s, and nt prices which will fit your pockotbook. Lewis Wingerter and wife, from Baring. Missouri, have been looking over the farming lands of tho county tho past week, being attracted hero by the Holly fair Dr. J. S. Hasty left this morning for Colorado Springs to attend con vention of Santa F»- surgeons and physicians. Mrs fflasty and Carl accompanied hi to. JM A. E. Vorheftf|ftn£ wife, of Dan ville, Illinois, lißwtiw'n stopping at the Union hot**l for several davs the past week. Mr Vorhees has pur chased land ami will locate in the con ntv. Married —On Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock h Rev. ('lav T Runyon. Mr. John W. Shelton and Mrs. Lizzie Thorn berry, both <*f Granada The ceremony took place at tho home of Rev Runyon Mr*. Clnra Herman, the national recording secretary of W. C. T. U . •vill lecture nt. tie* M. E Church on ♦he evening of October 11. beginning at 7:30. \dmission free. All nre cordially invited. Rev. Clay T. Runyon will attend the «ta*e convention of the Christian church nt Colorado Springs the first o f next week, and there will he no services at. the Christian church until ♦he first Sunday in October. Geo. Cl. Maxwell went up to Den ver on Monday morning, and re mained over yesterday to see Teddy. He snvs that it, rained and hailed in torrents, but in spite of all there was an immense crowd ont to see the cel ebrated Rough Rider. Three delegates with their pockets full of proxies and three visitors as sembled at the court house yesterday and nominated J B. Traxler as the democratic candidate for representa tive from the counties of Bncn. Kiowa and Prowers. The frost was so heavy that the people were all hunt ing overcoats this morning. A. L. Cross, the traveling photog rapher who was here last, week, was arrested at Caddoa yesterday on a warrant sworn out bv Geo A Wat son. local agent of the humane so ciety. charging him with mistreating a horse. He was brought back to Lamar and tried, nnd fined S2O nr.d costs, in default of which he was sent to jail. Prowers county has become so prosperous that a remarkable state of affairs exists hero. The people are , no longer desirous of holding office. Unless some ambitions citizen bobs up before Saturday who is willing to be postmaster at Rowe, that office will bo discontinued The govern ment has made diligent search for such a men for the past three months but failed to find him. HI 111 Close Bros, k Co. Offer intei ding land purchasers ad- I vantages superior to those offered by any other parties selling land in Colorado. This may seem a broad statement; we will make it still broader and say than anyone else selling lund anywhere In tin© XTunited States. The land we offer for sale is in Prowers County in the Arkansas Valley , Colorado, Onder The Amity Canal, which has in connection with it the Greatest Reservoir System in the World, which will afford an unfailing water supply I ; : It “ The Farmer’s Story ” j tells all about it; it will interest yon, and is yours for the asking. | Close Bros. & Co., Chamber of Commerce Bldg'. CHICAGO, ILL. 111 ' Hir A. E. BENT DEALER IN IRRIGATED LANDS NEAR LAMAR Supplied with the best of Water Rights. Especially adapted to the urowth of Sugar Beets, Fruits and Cantaloupes These lands are rapidly advancing in value. Buy early and take the profits. The editor of the Register had the pleasure the lirst of the week of sampling some excellent grapes rais ed by W. W. Jones at Granada. Mr. Jones has made fruit his study for some years, and his orchard and vin yard at Granada cannot be beat in the valley either in large or small fruits. Rev. C. J. Hall, who is associate pastor with Parson Uzzell at the People’s Tabernacle in Denver, could not (ill his datps here before on ac count of the illness of Rev. Uzzell, but will be here this evening and to morrow evening with his wife who is a tine singer. The subject for to rn >rrow evening is “Who Takes the Consequences?” Everybody invited to be present at the M. E. Church. Among correct dressers the new narrow reversible four-in baud will be the rage this season. Always the leader in men’s fine furnishings J. M. Johnston is showing the latest thing in genteel neckwear. Corn buskers’ sprained wrists, barb wire cuts and sprains, or cuts from any otliei cnuse, are quickly healed j when BALLARD’S SNOW OINT MENT is promptly applied. Price, 25 and 50 cents. I. II Myers. NUMBER 16. Tho fall round-up is working close to town, and in consequence cowboy* and their Loises are pretty much in evidence upon our streets. A num ■ ber of people also Lave visited the camp, and greatly enjoy the ex peri ence for no set of people are more hospitable than the cowboys. Last Wednesday afternoon at Rocky Ford, Mr. D. C. Marker and 1 Miss Nellie Amos were united in marriage and are now keeping house in Lamar. Mr. and Mrs. Marker have both resided in Lamar for a long time, and have made a great many warm friends here who will wish them a long and happy life to gether. J. M. Johnston has just placed up on display in his window the swellest most up to-date line of men’s neck wear over brought to Lamar. All styles in all the latest silks aro rep resented. If you nre troubled with inodorous breath heart burn, flatulency, head ache, acidity, pains after eating, loss of appetite, persistent melancholy, or | low spirits. You need a tonic, a few j doses of HERBINE will give you the recuperative force to remove these disorders. Price, 50cents. I. H. Myers