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The Lamar Register.
VOLUME XV. Some Biscuit an d Cake are light, sweet and wholesome, while others are sour, heavy, bitter, unpalatable. The same flour, butter, eggs and sugar are used; what makes the difference? It's all in the baking powder DR. PRICE’S CREAM BAKING POWDER can be depended upon always to make the food light, sweet, delicious and wholesome. This is because it is scientifically and accurately combined and con tains the purest grape cream of tartar, the most healthful of all fruit acids, used for a hundred years in the finest leavening preparations. Note. —There are many alleged cream of tartar baking powders upon the market DiKiNn pnwnFß eo sold at lower prices, which prove, upon PRICe BAKING-POWDER CO., tQ £ , |um powdere in dis . guise. Alum is a corrosive poison, which must not be taken in the food. For a bargain in iron beds go to the Second Hand Store. Fall opeumg of dry good and mil linery Monday. October 8, at Irwin's. The cheapest place to buy your school books and supplies. McLean Bros. Those pea jackets at J. M. John ston’s are not only warm, but dre*»y. For looks and solid comfort they can’t be beat. In case your glasses need chang ing, see Dr. Skinner at Union Hotel until October 10. He never fails to give perfect satisfaction. Call and have a talk about your eyes. We have seen the frail infant when faint straggle for existence seemed almost ended, resusitated and made strong by the use of WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE. Price 25 cents. I. H. Myers. The prospects are that we will have a cold winter. But clothed in good warm underwear and an over coat or a pea jacket yon can defy the wintry blasts. Drop in at Johnston’s and let them show yon the largest line in eastern Colorado at prices less than they can possibly be bought for elsewhere. Happiness depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys. The ills of life maae but little im pression on those whose digestion is good. You can regulate your liver and kidneys with HERBINE and en joy health aud bouyancy of spirits. Price, 50 cents. I. H. Myers. TWO Mares and two Geldings for sale. DR. FEWKES. FOR SALE—7 pure bred Shrop rams. J. O. STREAM. FOlt 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, <Jolo. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Broroo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25c. LAMAR, PROWERS COUNTY, COLORADO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1900. Church Services. Christ Chubch—!<••« W H Haupt, rector; Mr. Geo. A Sv mington, lay reader. Services: Sunday school at 0 a in.; morning prayer and sermon at 10 a. in. the second and third Sundays of each mouth in the Odd Fellows’ hall. Baptist Church —We have our ser vices as usual at the opera house on Sunday. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Sunday school at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. at the home of Sister A. J. Hasty. Lesson 23d Psalm. A cordial wel come to all. P. A. Eubank, Pastor. At the Methodist church next Sun day morning Rev. Knuckey will preach on the subject, “Victor of Many Battlefields ” In the evening his subject will be “A Great Conspir acy.” Hymns for morning service Nos. 00, 250 and 251; in the evening Nos. 91, 93 and 133. Santa Fe Excursion Rates. Pueblo Street Fair October 3-0— Rate $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 20. 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 Junta: Round trip to Pueblo $2 60, to Colo rado Springs $4.35, to Denver $7.25. They can be obtained either on go ing or return trip and carry limit of 60 days, with stop over privileges north of including Pueblo. For further particulars inquire of G. J. GARVIN, Agent. Corn huskers’ sprained wrists, barbed wire cuts, burns, bruises, se vere lacerations and external injuries of any kind are promptly and happi ly cured by applying BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT. Price, 25 and 50 cents. LH. Myers. Johnston’s for men’s and boys’ suits and overcoats. You can’t miss the big new ad of Geo. G. Maxwell’s clothing store in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gould were in Pueblo on Thursday and Friday of last week. Sam Huffman has been drawn on Uncle Sam’s petit jury which meets at Pueblo October 18. N. N. McLean and C. Frost Lig gett went up to Pueblo on Thursday last to see and bear Teddy. Mrs. S. M. Irwin returned the first of the week from a two months visit to Chicago and other eastern cities. A marriage license was issued last Friday by County Clerk Curry to Mr. Abram Velasquez and Miss Rafelita Sanchez. MisH Florence Sargeant of Las Animas, the popular superintendent of Bent county, was a Lamar visitor yesterday. W. R. Bergerman, of Las Animas, and C. B. Stewart, of Granada, were representatives of the press visiting Lamar Monday. Frank R. Wood, republican candi date for representative of Bent and Las Animas counties, has been in Lamar today. Mr. Wood is at pres ent mayor of Trinidad. He was ac companied by W. B. Slusser, of Las Aoimas. Messrs. W. B. Morgan and A. P. Anderson, democratic candidates for judge and distriot attorney, were looking over the political situation down here this week. They didn’t stay long, as the looks of things are not to their notion. Sam Squires, the well known well driller and long time resident of Baca connty, spent several days here last week, and called upon numerous ac quaintances, besides attending to business matters Sam says Lamar is “right smart of a towu.” County Clerk Curry yesterday is sued a marriage license to Mr. James E. Cline, a prominent young stock - i man of Granada, the young lady be I ing Miss Laura G. Brown, of Holly. I The Register joins with many friends in extending congratnlations. Hon. Dan B. Carey, Assistant At torney General, was here on Monday and Tuesday, together with Martin C. Stephens, executor of the estate of James Granam, deceased, looking after matters pertaining to the es tate. They left for home this morn ing. O G. Hess, attorney at law, came down from La Junta yesterday, and ; was looking after some matters con nected with some legal business in ’ which he is retained. We serve for mal notice on Mr. Hess that he must ' stop poking fun at our cinder plat ’ form. A young men’s republican club was organized at the court house last Saturday night with Fred Kelsey as president, and Nova Butler as secre -1 tary. It starts out with a large and enthusiastic membership and is grow ing rapidly It promises to be quite I a factor in local politics. I A curiosity in the shape of a rad ish which measured 13 inches in i circumference was hung in our win- I dow this week, and all visitors ira • mediately pronounced it a line spec • imen of sugar beet. It came from ’ the garden of Mr. Chaplain east of : town and weighed about two pounds. The demand for houses in this town is still unsatisfied, and all the t real estate men are besieged with ap , plications for residences. People have to put up with very small ac , commodations, and although numer ous new houses have been built dur ing the past year, the supply is still too small. The demand for land in this sec i tion is still on the increase. During the month of September there were 22 homestead filings made at the lo cal land office, also 10 stock reservoir declaratory statements and 3 desert ; entries. This establishes the record j since the collapse of the boom in the | early 90s. 11l 111 Close Bros. & Co. Offer intending land purchasers ad- ! I vantages superior to those offered by any j other parties selling land in Colorado. j This may seem a broad statement; we will make it still brcader and say than anyone else selling land anywhere In til© TTxiiteci States. The land wo 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 the 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 Bid?. CHICAGO, ILL. 11l 111 A. E. BENT DEALER IN IRRIGATED LANDS NEAR LAMAR Supplied with the best of Water Rights. Especially adapted to the growth of Sugar Beets, Fruits and Cantaloupes These lands are rapidly advancing in value. Buy early and take the profits. Owing to a wreck of a freight ! train down in Kansas, all the west hound trains this morning were three or four hours late, much to the dis comfort of quite a number who want ed to go to Pueblo, aud went to the depot at the usual hours. The Register has received notice from Secretary Barroll of the Holly Fair Association that the following gentlemen had won subscriptions for one year to this great truth dispenser at the recent fair: W. F. Crowley, 2d prize on peaches; W. B. Padley, Ist prize on table beets; G. R. Ray, Ist prize on cultivator; G. H. Thomas, 2d prize on carrots. New invoice of men’s shoes and rubbers just received at McLean Bros. If you have a disease medicine will not cure, Dr. S. W. Billingslea. He is curing cases of this kind daily. In anaemia and most women’s ail ments the digestion is weak, the mak ing of color, flesh aud strength out of food, is imperfect so that the patient is weak, wan, nervous aud dyspeptic. This condition can be corrected by taking a course of HERBINE Price, 50 cents. LH. Myers. NUMBER 17. J We have the finest and most com plete line of stationery in theconnty. Prices the lowest. McLean Pros. J. M. Johnston has more overcoats and better overcoats than ever before. All sizes and the prices are irresistible. The needless pain we bear, them are eyeacbe and headache caned by not wearing glasses when we need them. Dr. Skinner, eye ex pert of Kansas City, is at the Union Hotel and will remain until October 10. All work guaranteed. Exami nation free. There are thousands of people, suf fering untold torture from piles, be cause of the popular impression that they cannot be cured. TABLER’S BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them and the patient will remain cured. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cts. I. H. Myers. Mrs. Irwin has retnrned from Chi cago and St. Louis where she Vfent six weeks ago to buy dry goods and 1 millinery for the store. She made a , close observation of all the latest, styles in the cities, and found some special bargains in ladies’ cloaks and furnishings which will be here this week.