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The Lamar Register.
10 Pages VOLUME XVI. D. L. SILVER exclusive dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries keeps constantly on hand the best and finest of everything in the Grocery line. 1 w7"h7cox | : : s Leading 1 Cash Store of Lamar : : : • We make you the Lowest Prices, and Guarantee the 2 • Quality tube the BEST. To start the day right yon waot • • a Good Wholesome Breakfast from the Beet of groceries • J —and you don’t want to be held up for them. Come in J S and see W. H. Cox and get his prices. He will interest • • you in Low Prices and Good Goods, Fresh and New. • J Yours For Business, 2 | w. h. eox 5 : | • Bring u. your Butter and Eggs, • 8 They look like Gold Dollars to us. • : : 2 West Side Main Street, in the old New York store, opposite Union Hotel. • • eeeeeeeeeeeesss aii Kinds of pj e jj Seeds Alfalfa Seed First, Second and Third Grades Cane Seed Black, Amber, Red, White and Orange. Seed Corn lowa Gold Mine, Pride of the North,White Pearl,Kansas King, Black Hulled and- White Kaffir. riillet, Hilo Maize, Jerusalem Corn, Flax Seed, and Flax Seed Heal. All kinds of Feed. Recleaned Seed Oats. Lowest prices for cash. "■ST” STRAIN BROS. B. B. Brown, Pres. A. N. Parrish, Vice Pres. W. C. Gould, Cashier The First National Bank 07 LAMAR. COLORADO. Capital 850,000 Surplus 810,000 EIItSOTORS B. B. Brown. T. M. Brown. W. C. Gould. M. D. Thatcher. A. N, Parrisb. LUMBER We carry a complete stock of all kinds of . Lumber and Building Material, and shall be glad to figure with you. Come and get our prices before buying. D. C. MARKER. omciAL oar protxters co’crasr-arar LAMAR, PROWERS COUNTY, COLORADO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1902. County Notes. [From the Holly Chieftain.] M. D. Purmentor, one of the pioneer fruit growers of the Lamar country was in town Satuiday. • • • A young lady of Holly had her foitune told by the gypsies Tuesday and now she blushes a deep red every time she looks at Oscar Crawford. • • • Several Holly people enjoyed a drive to Coolidge on Sunday after noon. • • • J. P. Pinkham the hustling mana ger of Strain Bros.’ grain house is planning to build u nice residence in Wood’s addition. A fine class of cottages are now be ing erected in the east part of town which makes a wonderful improve ment in its appearance. Colonel Thomas Holland, manager of the Salvation Army colony at Amity started Saturday for Cleveland Ohio, to look after the colony there. C. C. Jones, one of the old set tiers and most successful farmers of the northwest country was in town Saturday after his beet seeder. He says the farmers of his section are getting their beets in much earlier this spring than formerly and also appear to bo taking more pains in the preparation of the ground. • • . [From the Holly News.] Dr. R. D. Wilson made a business trip to Lamar Wednesday. G. W. Hay has some 20 acres of beets in and coming up nicely. H. S. Baldwin is preparing to spront a great number of sweet po totato plants. • • • Miss Lilian Law, of Lamar, is as sisting Miss Brown in her millinery work this week. [From tlio Amity Sontiuol] Jim Davis and wife have returned home from their visit to Syracuse. Jim considers Amity the best place. * * * E. E. Erickson, head clerk in Childs’ store, received an advance in salary this week. This speaks well for Mr. Childs’ business. * * * Amity is becoming so widely known that it is impossible to furnish the new comers with houses. * * * G. F. Self ridge shows wisdom in fencing in his orchard and garden with poultry netting. It keeps out the rabbits and protects the trees and garden ns nothing else can do. + * * In the absence of Ensign Single ton, who is away on an evangalistic tour, Mrs. Staff Captain Hargraves, matron of the Cherry Tree Home, led the meetings Sunday. There was a large crowd present both in the afternoon and evening. * * * [From the (irauada Times). Sheriff F. M. Tate was down from Lamar Tuesday. • • • Meagher Brothers are putting up a windmill on their ranch on Granada creek. County Superintendent Hose brough was in Lamar last Saturday, attending to matters in his office. • • • Z. T. Taylor made a business trip to Lamar Monday. • • * A large portion of our young poo pie attended a party at the Manvel ranch last Friday night They re port a very pleasant time. • • • Water will be turned into the Amity canal on April 15. • • • A large number of laud seekers were looking over the north side last Thursday. • * • A petition is being circulated ask ing that a rural mail delivery route bo established from Granada to the north side. It seems to meet with general favor. • • • M. J. McMillin was re elected sec retary of the cnttle association at Las Animus last Saturday. Mr. McMil liu hns made an efficient und ener getic officer and the association recognized tho fact. Empire Valley. The measels ho pervalent a few weeks ago ran their course aad none exists now. Ira Swadley is preparing to plaut 30 acres of beets to feed next fall and winter. A Sunday school will be organized a» May Valley Sunday, May 3. J. I. Denison, of Cannon City, came down with his sons aud assisted them to move out and begin farm operations on what is known as the old Heaton place which he has owned for a year or more. Win. Jack is at work at the car penters trade at Las Animas. At no time Bince the settlement of this valley has there been as favor able prospects for a groat crop of fruit or wheat. All spring sown grain is coming up evenly without irrigation which insures a good yield under ordinary conditions hereafter. Nearly all the farm and ranch cattle have been moved out to the open range, where old grass is abundant and it will readily sustain stock until the new is sufficient in growth and vendure. | Carlton Notes. Samuel Lawrence baa tnovid bis family to Lamar. William Marks has moved in Massar’s bouse. Mrs. Gerrard has vacated the hotel building and moved on the XY ranch. P. A. Eberle has plowed and fenced his garden aud planted a lot of native trees in it. F. E. Lowis, C. L. Wilson, W. A. Sutton, of Denver, aud J. D. Powell, of Las Animas, wore surveying the line for the liell telephone through Carlton last week. They boarded at the new grocery store. Grandpa Lawrence died the 10th. The cause of his death was old age, he was nearly 70 years old. He leaves 8 children, three of whom have preceded him. His remains were sent to his old home in Indiana. A. S. Obituary. John Lawrence was born in Huron Co., Ohio, July 0, 1820 and died April 10, 1002, at the residence of his son in law, E. A. Jontz, at Carl ton, being seventy five years, nine months and four days old. He waa married on the 2nd of July 1857 to Miss Lucinda Leffel. F’ *bt chil dren were born to them cou.»isting of three sons and five daughters. Three of their children are in the vicinity of Carlton, George, Samuel and Mrs. Jontz. Three daughters have passed to the “great beyond” as has also the mother who died June 10 1883. Mr. Lawrence was a member of the M. E. church for some time but severed his connection with that body about four years ago uniting with the U. P. church. His last words in regard to his future welfare were: “God’s will be done? I resign myself to his care.” The funeral services were held on Friday conducted by Rev. Jeffers. The remains were taken to Silver Lake, Ind. for inteimont be side his beloved wife, his son George accompanying them to their last resting place. Celery Growing. In the culture of celerv a rich, deep, loose soil, general bottom lands or thoroughly drained and reclaimed Attention Farmers Stockmen • Don’t forget we are headquarters for all kinds of Cattle and Sheep Dip for the cure of Scab, Mange, Lice or Ticks on all kinds of stock. Our line in cludes the following well known brands: BLACK LEAF, SCABSCURA, (the kind recognized by U. S. government), ZENOLEUM, KEOMUL SION and COOPER’S DIPS. Also LEE'S LICE KILLER and SULPHUR in any quantity. We are also prepared to supply you with and other dip on the market. Respectfully, McLEAN BROS. N. B. —We have secured the exclusive agency for MOORE'S CAR* SUL CATTLE OIF, recommended by stockmen all over the west as the tineet dip on the market. Cull and boo about it and get a free sample. McLEAN BROS. swamp or maroh land, is recommend ed. Celery grown on uplaud is gen erally considered to be of better qual ity, while on the moist lowlands it makes the better growth. Celery seed germinates slowly, requiring twelve or fourteen days. For the early crop it is usual to plant the seeds in February or March in shallow ilats filled with loam. The seeds are sown on the surface and a little dirt sifted ovor them. The soil should be kept moderately moist. The flats may be stacked one upon the other nntil germination begins, or they may be covered with paper or like material and plaoed under the green house bench or in the kitchen window. When the plants begin to germinate, they should be gradually accustomed to the light. The plants are usually transplanted once or twice in boxes, the hotbed or cold frames before be ing set in the field. According to Professor Taft of the Michigan sta tion, seed for garden celery in the north should be sown early in the spring. A level spot should be selected or made rich with rotted manure. Real Estate Transfers. The following is a list of the real estate transfers filed at the county clerk’s office daring the past week, as taken from the records: April 7—School Dist. No. 18 to Barbara S. Harvey etui; quit claim deed to lota 1 to G block 20, Granada old town; consideration 1 00 April 7—Amity Land Co, to L. Lt. Redeck; warranty deed to SW NW yi 33-22-42; consideration 920 00 CHOICE SUGAR BEET LANDS FOR SALE The Fred Harvey XY Ranch in Prowers Co., Colo. On the Main Line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, and in the Great Fertile Valley of the Arkansas River, is now being offered for sale. Five, Ten, Twenty and Forty Acre Tracts. Long Time 6 CENT Interest FIRST-eLHSS WATER RIGHTS Lands Just East of Granada. All Lands Near Market and Good Schools. 1111 BANE & BASSETT Local Sgul Granada, eolo. 3139 Indiana Ava. Chicago, 111, 10 Pages NUMBER 44. I PRODUCERSJII CO. | j; Fortunes made in oil by|Rook- J ; , , efullur und otiiers is not a dis- , . « • ponsation of Divine Provi- < ' donee, but the use of common JJ > , , sense. i . < • You buy One Thousand < 1 J | shares of The Producers, now \ J i « , for One Hundred Dollars. In < > «» a year your neighbor will say ' » ’\ [ “Why didn’t I buy." \ \ , , Oeneral Charles Goodalo, < . • » Richard LeUert and Charles < > ] ; D. Ford ure the Directors. J \ ■ , , Write for prospectus. « > , « ' Make checks payable to W. ' ' ] J H. Sherrod, 612 California J J i , , Bldg., Denver, Colo. i > :; Reference, General Goodale, Denver : ■■• < ' * I M I ' April B—P. 8. Lynch to J. E. Rhode; warranty deed to lot • 1 block 77, H. & P. add to Lamar; consideration 800 00 * April 10—Co. Treas. to Addio Proman; tax 'Joed to lot 7, block 37, D. and D. add to Granada; consideration 4 80 April 10—John Parson to Amity 1 Land Co; warranty deed to SEX SEX 20-22-42; con sideration 000 00 April 11—Martin Griffith and wife to Thos. Griffith; war ranty deed to lots 1,2 and 3 block 2, Granada; consider ation . 500 00 April 12—Co. Treaa. to C. M. Serivens; tax deed to lots 10 to 12 block 50, D. and D. add to Granada; considera tion 2 13 April 12—W. A. Zimmer to E. Huntley Dunn is; warranty deed to lot3block 38 Lamar; 1 consideration 1500 00 April 12—W. E. Tuttle to W. T. Hays; warranty deed to SW>£ 31-21-4 C; con -1 sideration 210 00