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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
Kuturo.i «i the Postolllce at Lamar, (Colorado an Sitnoml-claHH Mail Mattel. PIJHMHHKI) KVKttV WKDNKSDAY ut — OHIO. B. MERRILL Editor and Prophiktor. SUBSCRIPTION KATKH: One Year il 50 Bis Months 75 Three Months 50 Lamab, Oolohado, August 18, 1902 After changing around several times the dates of the state conven tions of the democrats aud republicans stand at present for September 9 and 12 respectively. These are still sub ject to change however. • B. B. Brown was elected mayor of Pueblo last Friday by over 000 maj ority, being the first republican elect ed to that position for some years. Mr. Brown is a business man of high standing and if the city council will back him up will give Pueblo the best city administration it bus ever had. A number of our merchants have signed au agreement to close their stores during the afternoon of Aug ust 28 and 29. We are glad to see this as it will give both the proprie tors aud their clerks an opportunity to see the fair entirely free from care, and the people who wish to trade can just as well make their purchases in the morning or at night as the stores will not close until late duriug the fair week. The move is a commend able one, and is in line with the course which our merchants have been adoptiug for the past year or two. Splendid Record. The Lamar base ball club returnod Monday morning from their trip and made a record for which we can well feel proud. Their precentago for the eouBon now is ncvera! points ahead of that of the celebrated Pittsburg cham pions, and fur this trip it wuh 800, they having won 8 out of 10 games played. They lost one gamo each at Rooky Ford and Las Vegas, and won ono at each place and also at Raton. At Trinidad they won two and finished up their trip by taking three straight from the cele brated Albuquerque Browns, the scores being 9 to 8. 17 to 12 and 12 to 9. A game has been arranged for next Sunday with the C. F. it I. champions at Pueblo. Notice. We, the undesigned merchants, ngreo to close our places of business on the last two days of the Fair, August 28th and 2i)th, from 12 o’clock until six o’clock p. in. Stores to be opeu during evening of the Fair: W J Johnston The Lamar Mer Co Carl Bros Lamar Hwd Co C C Huddleston W II Cox Geo T Feast The Fair D W Applegate F B Irwin I) L Silver A Friedman E E Butler A I* Henry A E Everett A Co Fran/. Bros Mitchell A Blurton J M Johnston Noble Dramatic Co. This well known troupe with its just ly celebrated burn! and orchestra will bo at the opera house next Saturday for both matinee and evening- This troupe is too well known uiul populur in Lamar to need any special notice farther thno the mere announcement that they will bo hero. They alwnys carry tirst-class actors for all thoir parts, and their §cen ory is the best that has ever been placed on the local stage. The musical pro grams alono are worth several times the price of admission and wo feel sure they will be greeted by the usual well tilled houao. Teachers Examination. The regular county examination of teachers will be held at the court house in Lamar and at the school house in Grnnnda on the 15th and 10th of Aug. J. A. Koskiikouoii, County Superintendent. For Sale. One lirst-cliiHH water right in Fort Lyon Canal, eaay teruia. (1. B. Thoman. • Physician and Druggists. Ford it Sturgeon, a prominent drug llrm at Rocky Hill Station, Ky., write: “We were requested by Dr. G. B. Sing ley to send for Herbino for the benefit of our customers. We ordered throe dozen in December, nnd we are glad to say. Herbino has given mich great satisfaction that we have duplicated this order three timea, nnd today wo gavo your salesman another order. Wo beg to say Dr. G. B. Singley taken pleasure in recommending Herpine.” GOc bottle at I. H. Myer’s drug store. To My Friends. It ib with joy I toll you what Kodol did for mo. 1 was troubled with my Btomnch for Bovernl months. Upon bo ing advised to übo Kodol, I did so, and words cannot toll the good it has done mo. A neighbor had dyspepsia so that he had tried most everything. I told him to use Kodol Words of gratitude huve come to me from him because I recommended it.—Geo. W. Fry, Viola. lowa. Health and strength, of mind aud body, depend on the stomach and normal activity of the digestive organs. Kodol, the groat reconstructive tonic, cures all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion, dyspepsia Kodol digests any good sood you eat. Take a dose after meals. I. 11. Myers, Druggist. Douglas Shoes Stetson Hats at Johnston’s at Johnston’s x SUMMER SUITS YOUTHS arid BOYS HT LESS THAN COST. Only a few left. They are going fast. Men’s Suits, all wool cheviot, beautiful colors in light gray, dark gray, blue or green mixtures, some in stripes and plaids. We are closing them out at $7.00, $6.00, $5.50 AND $5.00 They must be sold as we are receiving our big stock of fall and winter clothing and need the room. We arc placing our winter suits on the tables and will be pleased to show them to you and the small price we are marking them to sell for. You will want a new suit, shoes and hat for the Fair. We want your trade. Our goods and prices are right. J. M. JOHNSTON Sweet, Orr & Co’s Hansen’s English Corduroy Pants RIVETED GLOVES at Johnston’s at Johnston’s Summer Complaint. If the stomach and bowels ure free from gaseous and sour fluid accumula tions'and the habits regulur, your chil dren will go through the heated term without sickness Dr. CudweU's Syrup Pepsin corrouts nil such troubles by removing the obscure cause and keeps tho system in perfect working order. For sale by tho IJp-to-Date Drug Co. A Necessary Precaution. Don’t neglect n cold. It is worse than unpleasant. It is dangerous. By using One Minute Cough Cure you cnn euro it at once. ‘Allays inhumation, clears tho head, s'oothcs and strengthens the mucous membrane. Cures coughs, croup, throat and lung troubles. Abso lutely rnfe. Acts immediately. Chil dren like it. For sale by I. H. Myers, Druggist. Watch for a Chill. However Blight at thin time of year aiul in,this climate, it in the forei miner of malaria. A disposition to yawn, and an all tired out feeling even comes be fore the chill. Hordine, by its prompt otimulntivo action on the liver, drives the malarial germs out of the system, purities the blood, toues up the system and restores health. iiOc a bottle at 1. H. Myers' drug store. A. J. Cottingham wont to Washington County, Ark., to see his sister and while there was taken with Hux (dysentery) and was very bad ofT. He decided to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Roraody and was bo much pleased with the prompt cure which it effected, that ho wrote the manufactur ers a letter in praise of their medicine. Mr. Cottinghnm resides at Lockland, Ark. This remedy is for sale by I. H. Myers, Druggist. A worm Killer. J. A. J. Montgomery, Puxieo, Wayne Co., Mo„ writes: “1 have little twin girls, who have been bothered with worms all their lives. I tried everything to relieve them which failed until I used White’s Cream Vermifuge; tho first two doses brought four worms from one of them, the next two doses, twelve one of thorn measuring twelve inches; the other child was only relieved of four worms. It is a most excellent med icine.” White’s Cream Vermifuge is good for children. It not only destroys worinB, it helps the child to perfect growth, wards off sickness. 25c at I. H. Myers’ drug store. What is the Use <>f HufforiiiR from Indigestion if you oat what you want, or of starving yourself to avoid such distrons? Acker's Dyspepsia Tablet* taken after eating will digest your food porfi*ctly and free you from all the disagreeable symptoms of Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Eat what you like at any time, and take an Acker Tablet after ward. Positively guaranteed. Your money will always be refunded if you aro not satisfied. Write to us for a free sample. W. II. linker A <’o. Buffalo. N. Y. 1. H. Mvors. S Cured Paralysis. W. S. liaily, P, O. True, Texus, writes: “My wife had been Buffering five years with iMtralysis in her arm, when I was persuaded to use Mallard's Snow Lini ment, whish cured her all right. I have also used it for old-eores, frost bites, and skin eruptions. It. does the work,” 50c and 81.00 at I. H. Myers drug store. It Needs a Tonic. There are times that your liver needs a tonic. Don't give purgatives thut gripe and weaken. Dewitt’s Little Eurly Kisers expoll all poison from the system and net as n tonfc ts the liver. \V. Scott, ">.'ll Highland Ave., Milton, Pa says: “I havo carried DeWitt’s Little Early Kisers with me for several years and would not bo without them.” Small and easy to take. Purely vegetable. They never grii>e or distress. For sale by 1. 11. Myers, Druggist. The beet physic—Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Eusy to take. Pleasant to effect. For sale by 1. H. Myers, Druggist. If you desire a uoodcomplexion use Moki Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts on the liver and the skin smooth and clear. Cures sick headaches. 2G ets. and GO cts. Money refunded if it does not satisfy you. Write to W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y., for free sample. I. H. Myers. 3 Henry L. Sbattuck, of Shellsburg* Iowa, was cured of afstomach trouble | with which he had been afflicted for j yours, by four boxes of Chamberlain's ( Stomach and Liver Tablets. He had' previously tried many other remedies, nnd a number of physiciuns without re > lief. For saleby I. H. Myers, Druggist. | We hell the greatest of iiix>oi> ! purifiers, Accer’s Blood Ei.ixik, under i a positive guarantee. It will cure all chronic and other blood poisons. If you | have eruptions or seres on your body, or I are pale, weak or run down, it just what I yon need. We refund money if you are I not Bntisffed. GO cents and $1.00. I. II. Myers. 3 A Cure for Cholera Infantum. “Last May," says Mrs. Curtis Baker, of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an infant child of our neighbor’s was suffering from chol era infantum. The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery. I took u bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house, telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions. In two days’ time the child had fully recovered and is now (nearly a year since) a vigor ous, healthy girl. I have recommended this remedy frequently and never kuown it to fail in any single instance." For sale by I. H. Myers, Druggist. • APPENDICITIS. Some Facts Regarding Its Rapid Increase. Appendicitis among Americans is cor tainly increasing and while this is prob ably due to the excitement and worry of American business life, it is more often directly traceable to constipation. Ap | pendicitis is caused by extraneous mut ter entering the vermiform appendix and not by the swallowing of seeds. If the digestive organs are kept in porfoct condition so the food is duly assimulat ed and the bowels move gently, at least once a day, appendicitis will never de velop. Don’t take chances. Regular doses of Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin before moals will strengthen the organs of digestion, your appetite will bo good, constipation disappears and you feel better in every way. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin does not relax the bowels by irritntion, but by curing indigestion, 1 the cause of constipation. The Up-to Date Drug Co., sell it in 50c and 81.00 bottles, under a positive guarantee. Write for book of testimonies to Pepsin Syrup CoJ, Dept. 5, Monticello, 111. It's Just a Cough that get* your lungs sore ami week ami paves the way for Pneumonia or Consumption, both. Acker's Knglisli Remedy will stop the cough in a day aud heal your lungs. It will cure Consumption, Asthma, bronchitis and ull throat and lung, troubles. Positively guaran teed, ami money refunded if you are not satis fied. Write tc» us for free sample. W. i| Hooker ft Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. 1. 11. Myers, a Commissioners Proceedings. Lamar, Colo., Aug. 4, 1902. Cilice of the Board of County Commissioners Prowers County Colorado. Board mot pursuant to adjournment all mem bers present. Approvod the monthly report of County Clerk for mouth of July, 1902. Allowed claim of County Clerk for services during month of July and warrant was ordered drawn on the ordinary county revenue fund to pay same. $50.00. Allowed claims and drew warrants on the special contingent fund as follows: K. M. Mears, removing carcass from high way „ $1 50 J. F. Curry, cash advanced in miihll |h>x rases I 70 A. O. Mitchell. hoarding small i»«x guard ;< 00 K. M. Irwing, Mdse for Hiunll pox patient* 41 20 Allowed claims ks follows and drew warrants on ordinary county revenue ftiud to pay Name: J. F. Curry, cash advanced for *taini>* etc 4 HO K. H. Chow, nor vices Water Sup’t 23 33 N. V. SchiHuiiurhorn, brooms, courthouse 1 00 Out West Printing A Stat'y Co blanks etc lf> 46 Lunar Electric Co., light. 3 90 S. llarrel. Jury fees county court 2 50 (ii'O. I). Merrill, printing and stationery 22 60 11. Q. Rows, jury foes county court 4 00 On motion Hoard adjourned to moot at i p. in. Lninar. Colorado, Auk. 4, 1002. Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment ull mom tiers present. Allowed clnim of J. •F. Curry for cash ad vanced for transportation of pnu|>ers, nod drow warrant on poor fund for satno amount iuk to $27.20. Approveil the monthly report of A, E. Jontx, road overseer of road I)ist. No, 3. and warrants worr ordered drawn on said road Dint. N 0,3, for tiersona and amounts as follows : Wesley Dralants, road work 10 50 A. E. Jontz, road work .... 42 00 Hoard Krantod the petition of Elx'rhard Hyde, nskinK for a refund of taxes paid on * 14 of so and s X of sw 1 * of 19-22-13. This land was val ued at SIOOO and improvements at. SIOO, and there iioing no improvements on said land, and 4o acres of same lieitiK low and wet, and ft ncros taken by county road, the Counfy Treasurer was ordered to refund the petitioner $20.34 the amount erroneously taxed. Allowed the claim of 1). L. Silver, for Mdse furnished pati|>or, $6.30, Allowed claims nnd drow warrants on the ordinary county rovonno fund as follows: Qeo. C. Pollard, janitor services 40 00 1). L. Silver, Mdse for court houso 1 00 (I. H. Wick, services water com 65 00 T. E. Downer, “ deputy water com 30 00 A. N. I’arrish having refused to act as judKu of election in precinct No, 1, Hoard on motion aoiKiinted Miss Annin MournitiK as judga of olectiou in said precinct No. 1. On motion Hoard adjourned to meet at H a. in. Attest: J. F. Curry, Clerk. Lninar, Colo., Auk- 5. 1902. Otlice of tho Hoard of County Commisiouors Prowers County, Colo. Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment. All members present. Allowed clnims nnd drow warrants on the simcial cent in Kent fund for amounts as follows : F. O’Donnol, fumiKutiiiK 9 20 1 11. Myers, disinfectants 4 73 J. W. Bryce, livery biro 8 01 1 Lamar Hardware „Co.. disinfectants 4HI Approveil the monthly rojiort of .1. W. Hryco road overseer of road district No. 1, and allow ed claim of J. W. Ilryce for road work in saiil road district nnd drew warrant for amount sllO 30. Allowed claims and drow wnrrnuts on road district No.2as follows: E. G. Cox roadwork 3 0> Frank Shaffer, roadwork ....‘ 24 00 11. Vinton, roadwork 49 00 Allowed claim of the Holly Lumber Co,, for lumber for bridges and warrant ordered drawn l on Kcneral road fund for amount $196.37. Also for lumlier for culverts nnd wnrrant drawn on road fund of road district No. 1, for $34.10. Allowed claim of C. W. Heaton for paintiiiK notice on bridge, $15.00. Allowed clnims and drew warrants on tho ordinary county rovenuo fund as follows: .1. W. Howman, services ns water coin 50 00 Freil Lee, holdiiiK Coroners inquest 6 40 ■ S. llarrel, atsistiiiK Coroner 1 50 Allowed claims and drew warrants on thc|>oor | fund ns follows : | Lamar Hardwnro Co., burying infant pnu. 12 00 J. S. Armour, wood for pauper 3 00 The petition pf E. It linker et al. was on motion granted to lay out nnd <>stablish a wag on road between soctions 32 nnd 33, twp 22, r 12, On motion Hoard adjourued to moot at 1 p. m, Lninar, Colo., Auk 5 1902. Hoard met pursuaiit to adjournment ull iiicm i hers present. Tho clnim of W. P. James for road work in I road district Mo. 4, was ullowed and warrant drawn for amount SIB.OO. Allowed claim of Lninar Hardware Co,, for supplies for small pox patients, and wurrant drawn on special contingent fund for ninount, $12.43. Tho followinK claims wore on motion allowed and warrants ordered drawn on tho ordinary county rovenuo fund as follows : .). K. Stevenson, services nnd mileage 12 (X) Thomas (irilllth, " " •* 13 60 W. F. .McPherson 15 60 On motion Hoard adjourned to meet Tuesday September 2, 1802. Attest: J. F. Curry, Clerk. STATE OF COLORA DO. t County ok Prowers S I, J. F. Curry, county clerk in nnd for tho coun ty and stato aforesaid do hereby certify that the abovo is true copy of tho proceedings of tho Board of county commissioners of said county for tho mouth of Aug. as required by law. In testimony. Whereof, I have hereunto set iny hand ami nllixed my olllcial seal this Bth day of Aug- A. D. 1902. J. F. Curry, ( ) County Clerk. ■sBA I. f and hx-nilicin Clerk of the Hoard l ) of Comity Commissioners of Prow ora county, Coloi ado. SPECIAL SALE • Of a fine lot of MULES. WORK HORSES LI MM COWS On easy terms, long time, or liberal discount for cash. Call on either MORTON or 0. G. STRAIN Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We carry the largest stock in our line ever carried in eastern Colorado and, can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. ■V | /'■\ I WE DON'T RUN A INU! DEPARTMENT STORE 1 • - BUT WE CARRY - Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queensware, Implements, Wagons, BueeieS, Bicycles, Harness, hay Grain. C. C. HUDDLESTON, Lamar. Colorado. A.E. EVERETT* C 9 DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables # Fresh and Salt Meats No Accounts Will Be Allowed to Run over 30 Pay 00 00 A. T. & S. F.Time Caro. Daily. Lamar. Colorado Dally. Wbstlloond. East Bound. Mo. 1 2 20 a. m. No. 2 12 01 a. m. Mo. 5 1 :» a. in. No. 0 II 03 a. m. No. 7 5 21 a. ni. No. 8 1 41 p. m. Mo. 83-Frt «40a.m. No. 84-Frt 226 p.m. No. 1 in California uxpress and makes local stops between Lamar and La Jnutu. No. 5 in Denver express, stops on 11 ok at Las Animas. Uarrios free chair car and Pullmans. No. 7 is the Mexico aud California oxers**. No. 1 and No. 7 both carry tourist and Pullman (deeper*. No. 7 connect* at LaJunta for Pueblo Colorado Springs and Deliver. Train No. 83 runs to La Juutu and will accoin modate passengers for intermediate pointM. No. 2 is through California express anil con* uects at La Junta with a train from Denver car rion passenger through to Chicago without change. Has Pullman and tourist sleeper*. No. 0 is Denvor exiiress aud runs through to Chicago without change. Carries free chair car and Pullman sleeper. No. 8 is local passenger and makes all stops. Carries chair car anil Pullman sleeper. Runs through to Chicago without change of cars. inquiries solicited and promptly and cheer fully answorod. Descriptive literaturo and time tables folders froo by applying to O. J. Garvin. Agen.t ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. Estate of William A. Vernon, Deceased. frilE UNDERSIGNED, having been appointed * administrator of the estate of William A. Vernon, late of the county of Prowers and Stnto of Colorado, deceased, lieroby gives notice that he will np|M>ar before the County Court of Prowers County, at tho Court House in Lamar at the September torm, 1802, on the last Monday in September uoxt, at wliich time all persons having claims aguinst said estate are notified and requested to attend for tho purpose of hav ing the same adjusted. All iiersons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to tho undersigned. Dated tho I.lth day of August, A. I). 1902. C M. Lee, Administrator, 9112 800 for a Prescription. The Inrgest sum ever paid for a pro scription, chnnged hands in San Fran cisco, Aug. 30, 1901. The transfer in volved in coin and stock 8112,500.00 and was pnid by a party of business men for a specific for Bright's Disease and Dia betes, hitherto incurable diseases. . They commenced tho serious investi gation of the specilic Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scoros of tho cured and tried it out on its morits by putting over three do/.en cases on the treatment and watching them. They also got phy sicians to name chronic, incurable cases, and administered it with the physicians for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test cases were either well or progressing favorably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the parties wore satisfied and closed the transaction. r l ho proceedings of the investigating committee and tho clinical reports of the test cases wore published and will bo mniled free on ap plication. Address John J. Fulton company, 420 Montgomery St. San Fran oiaoo, Cal. PEPSO QUININE For Colds and La Grippe CONTAINS NO CALOMEL. Boyd's Up-to-date Druse Store The OPERA HODSE BARBER SHOP • M.L. CONWELL, Prop. EAST MAIN STREET. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yon eat. This rrcpai . at | 0n contains a n of the f^?S sta T n . U , anll . d| K< ;sla all kinds ol * a instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take It. By its use many of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is “Piffled tor the stomach Chlld w.iLh we ,ak stomachs thrive on it. t irst dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cure* all stomach troublaa # «• H. MYERS