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The Lamar Register.
8 Pages VOLUME XVII. PREMIUMS AWARDED. List of Winners of First and Second Prem iums at the Second Annual Prow ers County Fair. CI. AHfl A-FARM AND O ARDEN PRODUCTS Best display garden product by one poison— John Schultz let, Mr*. Sibbie Wobb 2d. Beet bushel potatoes-I\ 8 Hose let, W. Neu miester 2d. | Best X dozen beads cabbage -John Schultz lat t FMn. L. B. Davidson 2d. Best X dozen pumpkins—Mrs. Smiley Irwin lst.J. W. Wood 2d. SQUASHES Best X dozen Hubbards-Ed R. Gorman 1st. Best X dozen watermelons—Lee Scott 1st. I. D. DeWitt 2d. Best X dozen Netted Gem cantY-J. 8. Wright 1st, George C. Wright 2d. TOMATOES Best 6 any variety—Mrs. J.O. Stream 1st. Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. Best display not less than 3 varieties-Mrs. J. O. Stream 1st. Mr*. Sibbie Webb 2d. Best X peck white onions-John Schultz 1st. Isaac DeWitt 2d. Best pock red onions—Mrs. L. B. Davidson 1st. Best peck yellow onions—John Sohultz 1st, Chas. Wright 2d. Best peck, any variety—John Schultz 1st. Best dozen red peppers—Mrs. Sibbie Webb 1st, John Schultz 2d. Best V% dozen bunches celery-George Hollis 1st. Best X dozen stalks rhubarb—Smiloy Irwin 1st. Best X dozen beads cauliflower —.lohn Schultz 1st. BKKTS Best display sngar beets —'V. Hale 1st. Jesse Wright 2d. Best X dozen table beets—John Schultz 1st. Ray MoGrath 2d. Best peck cucumbers—1*. 8. Rose 1st, Jesse Wright 2d. RKAMB Best peck Lima—M rs. Sibbie Webb 1st. UR AIKS AND ORA88KB Best X bushel (all wheat—A. Kern let. U. T. Scovel 2d Best X bushel white oata—U. 0. Hainline 1st, W. Hale 2d. Best X bushel alfalfa seed—W. Hale 1st, A. |L.Cox2d. Best X bushel white dent corn—A. J. Peed 1st, H. 0. Hainline 2d. Best X bushel yellow dent corn—Geo. Cole 1st, H. 0. Hainline 2d. Best exhibit kaffir corn—J. W. Morse 1st, P. 8. Rose 2d. Bost exhibit milo muize— John Schults let. Prank Slater 2d. Bost collection 12 stalks sorghum—Kd Rike 1st* Frank Slater 2d. Best collection 12 stalks broom corn—W. Neu miester 1st, John Schults 2d. Best bale native bay—Colorado Baling Co. 1st. Best bale alfalfa hay—Colorado Baling Co. 1st. Best sheaf wheat—A. Kern 1st, Frank Slater 2d Best sheaf oata—A. Kern 1st, Frank Slater 2d. Spocial premiums for best shaped sugar beets —W. Hale 1st, Jesse Wright 2d. CLABB B —FRUITS Best display fruit grown by one person—E. L. Koen 1st, W. W. Jones 2d. Best plated apples—George Pearl 1st. J. 0. Stream 2d. Best plate 5 pears—M. J. McMillin 1st. Best plate 6 peachos—W. W. Jones 1st, E. W. Fuller 2d. Best plate 5 plums—I. II. Myers 1st, Cites. Forshner 2d. Best single plate prunes—M. D.Parmenter 1st. Best single plate red g-apes— Mrs. G. W. Bates 1st. Best single plate black grapes—Mrs. G. W. Bates 1st. W. W. Jones 2d. Best single plate white grapes—W. W. .Jones 1st and 2d. Best single plate crab aDples—M. J. McMillin 1st and 2d. Best single plate Colorado native plums—M. J. McMillin 1st and 2d. 01.ABB C—KITCUZN AND PANTRY STORKS • Best loaf wheat bread —W. Halo 1st, Mrs. A. J. Bear 2d. Best angel food —Mrs. E. C. Cook 1st, Myrtle Hale 2d. Best devil’s food —Mrs. E. C. Cook 1st. Best marble cake—Miss Alice Edmed 1st. Best chocolate cake—Ollie DeWitt 1st. Bost cocoa»nt cako—Mrs. L. B. Davidson 1st. Best orange cake—Miss Geneva Morehouse 1st. Beet cake by girl under 14 years.—Mr.ybelle McMillin 1st. Best loaf of broad by girl under 14 years—Jean Webb 1st, Ollie DeWitt 2d. CANNKD FRUITS AND VROXTABI.R3 Beet canned peaches—A. J. Peod 1st, Mrs. A. L. Cox 2d. Best canned plnms—A. J. Peed 1st, Mrs. 8. 8cott 2d. Best canned cherries—A. J. Peed 1st, Mrs. J. - O. Stream 2d. Best canned gooseberries—A. J. Peed 1st, Mrs. J. 0. Stream 2d. FRR8KRVKD FRUITS Best preserved peaches -Mrs. E. S. Rike 1st, Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. Best preserved plums—Mrs. W. F. Cross 1st, Mrs. D. L. Silver 2d. Best preserved quince—Mrs. Carrie Blosser 1st. Best preserved crab apple—Mrs. Mary McMi). lin 1st. Beet preserved watermelon—Mrs. A. L. Cox 1st. Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. Beet preserved apples—Mrs. Sibbie Webb 1st. Best preserved tomatoes —Mrs. Carrie Blosser 1st. Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. JBLLIKB Best glass currant jelly-Mrs. Emma C. Cook 1st, Mrs. D. L. Silver 2d. Best glass grape jelly—Mrs. D. L. Silver 1st, Mrs. E. C. Cook 2d. Best glass strawberry jelly—Mrs. Emma C. Cook 1st, Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. fc Best glass gooseberry jelly—Mrs. Emma C. Cook 1st, Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. ptst glass raspberry jelly—Mrs, D. L. Silver 1st, Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. Best plain jolly—Mr*. Carrie Blosser lit. Mn. Roho 2d. UcHt glass apple jelly— Mra. D. L. Silver 1st, Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. Beet glass crab apple jelly—Mrs. Rose lit. P. S. Rose 2d. Best glass apricot jelly—Mrs. A. L. Cox let. Boat glass rhubarb jolly—Mra. Emma C. Cook let. Boat glass pour jelly—Mra. Emma C. Cook 1st. PICKI.K9. KTC. Beat Hour cucumber plcklea—Mrs. Sibbie Webb lat. Mrs. EminaC. Cook 2d. Beat awoet cucumber picklea— P. S. Rose lat, Mrs. Kmina C. Cook 2d. Beat sweet pickled grapes—Alra. A. L. Cox let. Boat pickled peaches—P. S. Koee lat. IteHt pickled mangoes—Mrs. Ed S. Hike 1st. Best tomato cntHup—Mra. D. L. Silver 1st, Mrs. Sibbie Webb 2d. Beat Chili sauco—Mra. E. S. Riko lat. Best apple butter—Mra. Alary McMillin 1st. Boat plum bailor— Mre. Kminn C. Cook lat. Mrs. Mary McMillin 2d. Boat pound dairy butter—Mrs. 8. Scott lat. Boat loaf of bread—W. Hale 1st, Mrs. A. J. Bear 2d. Beet loaf of bread by girl under 14—Jean Webb lot, Ollie I)eWitt 2d. Best collection of jelly—Mra. Emma C. Cook lat, Mra. I>. L. Silver 2d. CI.ASB D— FINN ARTS Boat portrnit in oil—Mra. J. B. Traxler lat. Best landscape in oil— Mrs. .J. H. Traxler let, Mr*. C. V. Henkle 2d. Beat marine view in oil—Mra. J. B. Traxler lat, Mra. W. J. Johnston 2d. Boat fruit piece in oil—Mrs. W. J. Johnston let, Mra. L. W. Davis 2d. Best flower piece in oil—Mra. C. V. Henkle lat, Mrs. W. J. Johnston 2d. Best animal painted in oil—Mrs. C- H. Davis lrt, Mrs. L. W. Davis 2d. Beat portrait in water colors—Mrs. Chat- Thompson 1st and 2d. Beat landscape In water colors—Frank More house let. Beat marine view in water colors-Frank More house 1st. Best landscape in paatol— Mrs. W. J. Johnston 1st. Mrs. Nellie Oats 2d. Beet marine view in pastel—Mrs. W. J. John ston 1st. Best flower piece in pastel—Nellie Oats 1st. Best painting on velvet—Mrs. Cbas. Thompson 1st and 2d. Best painting on satin —Mrs. J. B. Traxler 1st, Mra. Nellio Oats 2d. Bpst pencil drawing from nature—Willie Kern lat and 2d. Best scene in Arkansas valley from nature—F. Morehouse 1st. Best band painted plaqne—Airs. Cbas. Thomp son 1st and 2d. TEXTILE FABRICS—QI'lLTfl AND QUILTING ( Best ailk quilt—I.. Wirt Markham 1st. Beat crazy quilt—Bessie Burkiey 1st, J. W. Wood 2d. Boat fancy quilt—Florence floahman lat, Ella I>. Barnes 2d. Best quilt made by lady ovor 60 yoara—Mrs. John Marker 1st. KNITTING AND CROCHETING Boat knit lace, linon—Mrs. J. T. Bratlahaw lat, Eliza A. MoOrath ‘2d. Beet crocheted lace, wool—Mrs. Nellie Mowry 1st. Beat crocheted lace, cotton—Mra. Nellie Mow ry 1st. Best display crocheted work—Mrs. John Marker lat. Best pair crocheted slippers—Mrs. Saxa L. McMastcrs lat and 2d. Best crocheted fascinator— Mrs. B. F. Cooper lat, Mra. J. Marker 2d. EMBROIDERY Best infant's embroidered shawl—Mrs. W. J. Johnston lat. Airs. Jessie Johnston 2d. Beat specimen embroidery on linen—Mra. W. J. Johnston 1st and 2d. Beat embroidered sofa pillow— Airs. J. T. Brad shaw 1st. Best embroidered pillow ease or sham—Mrs. B. F. Cooper 1st. Beat embroidered trap cloth—Mra. J. T. Brad shaw lat. Beat embroidered centerpiece and doilies-* Mra. J. B. Traxler 1st. FINE SEWING BY HAND, DRAWN WORK AND I.AON WOBK Beat fine sewing by hand—Alisa Anglo McClure lat. Moat beautifully wrought undergarment—Mra. Win. McClure let. Beat child's auit made by hand—Mra. J. T. Bradshaw lat. Beat lunch cloth, hemstitched and drawn work —Mra. J. B. Traxler lat, Mrs. J.T. Lawless 2d. Beat centerpiece and drawn work—Airs. J. H. Traxler 1st, Mrs. J. T. Lawless 2d. Best specimen drawn work—Mrs. John Mark er 1st, Mrs. J. B. Traxler 2d. Best point lace —Ida Edmunds lat, Mrs. S. Hunter 2d. Beat point lace handkerchief—Ida Edmunds 1st, Mrs. C. M. Lee id. Best tatting —Eliza MoGrath 1st. Best lunch cloth in bat ten burg—Ida Edmunds 1st. Mrs. A. L. Bush 2d. Best centerpiece and doilies in battenburg— Mra. C. M. Lee 1st, Mrs. J. T. Bradshaw 2d. MISCILLANKOUS Best fancy dresser scarf-Mrs. Allio Alowry lat. Best photograph holdor—Mrs. J. T. Lawless lat, Mrs. J. B- Traxtcr 2d. Beat handkerchief case—Mra. J. T. Bradshaw 1st, Mrs. Jesse Johnston id. Best table mats—Miss Alice Edmed 1st. Beat chair tidy—Airs. J. B. Traxler 1st. Beat throw—Mrs. A. L. Rush lat, Mra. J. T. Bradshaw 2d. Beat carringo afghnn—Mrs. J. B. Traxler 1st. Beat outlining with ailk or linen—Airs. J. B. Traxler 1st, omciJii. irE-nrsi’-E.x’EE; or w»rzßa covittt- LAMAR, PROWERS COUNTY, COLORADO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1902 Host sofa pillow—Mrs. John Marker 1st. Boat lounging pillow—Mr*. M. Hannon let Mr*. Ed. S. Hike 2d. Bent fancy apA>u —Mary Kern 1st. Bent specimen liair work—K. (1. llenklns lit. Bent •peciinen shell work —Mrs. Bata L. Mo- Masters l*t and 2<1. Best specimen paper flowers— Mrs. A. L. Cox 1st. Oldest style dress M rs. •». T. Bradshaw 1st. CLASS a — SCHOOL KXIIIBIT Kindergarten, paper work—Russell Lee 1st. First Primary, paper work —Hilly Gould 1st• Writing—Harry Loo 1st, Ruth Newels 2d. Second tirade, writing—Ruth Stinson 1st. Wil ma Bill illusion 2d. Browing— Alva Curico 1st, Lena Norwood 2d. Third grude. writing—Harold O’Donnell 1st. Olire Deliust 2d. Drawing—Olivo Dedust 1st. .lames Tyler 2d. Map drawing— Ellen Robinson 1st. Fourth grade, writing—Florenoe Saylor 1st, Emma Van Dmsen 2d. Drawing—Florence Sayler 1st.Claud Richardson 2d. Fifth grade, writing—Jessie Hagernian 1st, Howard Sherlock 2d. Drawing —Aden Mosher 1st, Harry Davis 2d. Map drawing— Millie t issue 1st, Flossio Smith 2d. Sixth grade, writing—Nellie Oat* 1st, Beatrice Barnes 2d. Map drawiug—Nellie Oats 1st, Edith Boyd 2d. Seventh grade, writing—Helen t'renghe 1st, Iiossie Spoon 2d. Map drawiug—Charles Hood 1st, Charlotte Ryburn 2d. Eighth grade, writing—Cora Bluek 1st, I.ue Robinson 2d. High school, drawing—Agnes Fortune l*t, Margaret Lcuthcriuan 2d. Best note book—Mar garet Leatherman 1st, Agnc* Fortune 2d. In the high school Mnrgnret Leuthorman anil Agnes Fortuno tie for first place. CLASH F—FLORAL DEPARTMENT Specimen plant in pot—Mary Mnrker 1st, Mrs. A. E. Hunt 2d. Most tastefully arranged bomjuet—Mrs. L. Hj Manville 1st. Hunging basket —Mm. J. T. Bradshaw 1st Mrs. M. Hansen 2d. Collection out roses — Letba Leo 1st. Cut pansies -Mrs. D. L. Silver 1st. Cut verbenas—Mrs. D. L. Silver 1st. Cut asters— Mrs. L. II. Manville 1st. Cut cannas—Letha Lee 1st. Display cosmos—Mrs. Tom Berry 1st. Specimen palm— Mrs. W. J. Johnston l*t and 2d. CLA8S (J — POULTRY ARD BELGIAN HARKS Breeding pen - Mrs. A. L. Cox 1st, (}. E. Dyk sterhuis 2d. Cock—J. W. Wood l*t, Mrs. J. E. Floshmun 2d. Hen—J. W. Wood 1st, Mrs. J. E. Fleshman 2d. Cockerel—G. E. Dyksterhuls 1st, Mra. A. L. Cox 2d. Pullet—E. C. Gordon 1st, G. E. Dykstcrhus 2d. Beet pair*—Mrs. ]i. F. Cooper 1st. Doe— E. G. Henkins 1st. Book—E. G. Henkins 1st. Display—E. G. Henkins 1st. CLASS H —8WINK Poland-China boar—G. E. Dyksterhuls 1st, Lamar Ranch Co. 2d. Poland-China sow—G. E. DyksterhnU 1st, La mar Ranch Co. 2d. Pen hogs—G. E. Dyketerhnis lat. Sweepstakes, boar and sow—G. E. Dyksterhuls ,1st. Turn worth boar—Lamar Ranch Co. l*t. " sow and pigs " ** CLASH 1.—HU EBP. nest back, E. J. Wagner 1st, R. A. McKibbon 2nd. nosttowe, E. J. Wagner let, Goorgo Pearl 2nd. Host lamb, E. J. Wagnor 1st, no second, Best flock not loss than 3 owes and 1 buck, K. J. Wagoaor 1st, no socond. FINE WOOL BREEDS. nest buck. Goo. Ponrl 1st, C. V. Honklo 2nd. nest own, C. V. Honklo 1st and 2nd. nest (lock not loss than 3 owes and 1 buck. C. V. llcnklo 1st. Best buck, Bpocial prize. E, J. Wagnor, nest owe, special prize, E. J. Wagnor. Dost flock,special, E. J. Wagnor. CLASH K.—CATTLE. uost bull, 3 yr, E. R. Hobbs 1st, Markham St Cox 2nd. Dost cow 3 yr or over, Maxwoll Farm Co, 1st, Markham A Cox 2nd. uost cow 2 yr and undor 3, Maxwoll Farm Co. 1st. uost cow 1 yr and under 2, Maxwell Farm Co. 1st. nest heifer calf, Maxwell Farm Co 1st. uost dairy cow any breod, Carl Hasty 1st, Ed. Kike 2nd. Prominm by A. Lvnrott St Co. on bostcow and bull, awarded to Markham St Cox. uost Iloroford 2 yrs or over, E. R. Hobbs 1st, Maxwell Farm Co 2nd. uost Galloway 2 yr or over Markham St Cot 1st. uost Angus 2 yr or over, H. W. Hood. 1st. nest Jersey 2 yr old or over, Ed. Riko, 1st. uest Holstein 2 yr or ovor, L. Scott 1st. uost Hereford oow 2 yr or ovor, Maxwoll Farm Co 1st. nest Galloway cow 2 yr or ovor, Markham St Cox, 1st. Host Angus cow 2yr or over, H. W. Kocn, 1st. Special Premium Dy Fred Lee on Host cow to entry 227. Also from Marker Lumber Co to ontry 227. uost Jersey cow. Carl Hasty 1st, A L, Cox 2nd. nest Hereford heifer, Maxwoll Farm Co 1st uest Galloway lieifor 1 yr or over, Markham St Cox, 1st. uost Jersoy hoifor 1 or over, Carl Hasty, 1st. uost Angus stoor 1 Jyr or over, H. W. Koon, 1st. uest Galloway steer 1 yr or ovor, Markham St Cox 1st. Best pen of cattle any brood or ago to show ef fects of good brooding, not loss than 3 in pen, L. B. Morris 1st, H. W. Koon 2nd. Dost pon of not loss than 5 bead of feeders 2 yr old or ovor, any grado, Markham St Cox 1st and 2nd. CLASS L— HORSES, DRAFT CLASS Stallion 4 years old or over—Henry Masser 1st, R. A. McKibbon 2d. Stallion 3years old and under 4—II. W. Kocn 1st. Stallion 2 years old and under 3—J. 11. Morse 1st. A. Kern 2d. Stallion colt under 1 year—Ed Gorman 1st. Mare 4 years old or over—T. B. florae 1st, ** 2 und under3—W. Hale let *' 1 *• 2—Casey ft Towers let. Span marc ,, r geldings— W. llnle let. KOAIISTKK CI.A8H Stallion 4 )<• ire old or over—H. W. Howell 1st, A. Thompson 2d. Stallion 3 )ear* old or under 4—It. W. Ilobin eon let, Karim ,V Mitchell 2d. Stallion l year old uud undor 2—J. L. lilaok woll let. Stallion under 1. M. D. l’armenter 1st, J. L. lilnckwell 2tl. Mare 4 years old or ovor, J. L. Hlackwoll 1st ** 2 “ and under 3, M. D. Parwen ter let, J.Thoman. 2d. Maro colt under 1 your, I.. A. Cox 1st. Hrood mare und 2 of Iter get, K. \V. Itobineoii let, J. L. Blin k well 2d. Driving team, L. Wirt Markham let, \V. M. Wiley 2d. J. IV. Morse 3d. Singh* driver. W. M. Wiley let, 8. \V. Howell 2d. J. C. Horn 3d. Saddle h<>rse, W. M. Wiley let, Oscar Tomp son 2d, S- W- Howell 3d. UlSCKLI.ANtOUB Cl.ABB Jack, A. I,. Ileavor* let, Oscar Strain 2d. Jennet, J-W. Itiddlo 1st. Pair males in harness, O. 1. Morris. Muh* two years old or over, Kerns ft .Mitchell 1st and 2d. Mule 1 year old nnd under 3. I,. It. Morrle let. Mule colt I.. ||. Morris 1st, I. II. Myers 2d. Special lor best mule colt. 1. H. Myers let. AriAltY.--Cl.AHH M . Meet display boowax, D. (’. Pnloliemiis 1st, Capt. J. H. Wing 2nd. Best display comb honey, II. W, Keen 1st, Capt. Wing 2nd, Host display extracted honey, ('apt. Wing let, I). C. Polohemue 2nd. nest display I toes anti queen, Capt. Wing, let. nest display hive in glass and wire cage, Capt. Whig let. nest display of honey, II. W. Koon 1st, Capt. Wing 2nd. noet display of bene, ('apt. Wing let. Beet display of bee fixtures supplies and tools. Capt. Wing let, County Notes. fFrom tho Holly ('hieftinu. | Snpt. liosebrough was in town Wednesday and made our schools a visit. Ho praises tho schools very highly for tho efficient work being done. J. A. Baird's team ran away Tues day while ho was loading baled hay. The hay was thrown off and Jim and his little boy with it. Jim was crip pled somewhat by the fall but the boy wr‘s not hurt. Dr. Hasty came down from Lamar Sunday and in conjunction with Commissioner McPherson made ar rangemeuts for having Mrs. Kobt. Clary and children taken care of during her illness. • • • [From tlio Holly Nown.J W. M. Wiley returnod Monday morning from Chicago where he had been to attend a meeting of the di rector-’ of tho A. V. S. B. & I. L. Co and some of their experts to discuss plans and arrange for work which is being commenced on a permanent dam at the headgate of the Amity. • * • Dr. W. W. Spiers, of Glence, Ok lahorna, who wus hero last spring looking over the Holly country, was so well pleased with tho present con (lit ions and future prospects of Hoi ly that he decided to return and make his homo hero. He came in the lir-t of the week and has rented the King house in tho east purt of town and expects his family to arrive tomorrow. Holly extends to them a hearty welcome. • * • [From tho Amity Sontinel] The artesian pipes are here and wo will soon have an artesian well at Amity. Amity has a new dept now and when the agent is appointed it will relieve the Holly and Granada agents of a groat deal of extra work. • • • Tho foundation for J. H. New men’s new hardware store was com pleted Tuesday. The building is to be a frame structure 25x40 feet aud will be a great improvement to the town. • • • The business in Amity has im proved until the of the stores is in sufficient to hold the goods Every merchant is coinpell ed to keep increasing, both tho size of their buildings and stock of goods to meet the demands of the people. [From the (irauada Timosl. Forty-two land seekers took din ner at the Mohl ranch last week. • • • Judge C. H. Frybarger was down j CUT IT OUT! | This and every other one of our Ads I containing a BUCK’S TRADE MARK ft—.— -VkV - • ®* cour »« you've even tnat handsome Buck’s Junior Range displayed wL, at our • tor *’ 11 fl°** to J||j3psS l UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE jW Dl who dips out and brings J llli Hri to us the greatest num* WmSTEEL ber of ads containing SPOOKS A BUCK’S TRADE MARK YOU HAVE UNTIL PECEMBE 25 The contest is absolutely free. Be sure to clip the entire ad. This is the first one to count from Carlton, in. . busi ness. Tbo Judge ’* 't WOUld CIIIIHP Col. Muk many pangs of envy. K. M. Irving's new houHe is ,/iu ly progressing toward completion It will be a nicely planned and con stmeted residence, and makes quite an improvement in that block. E. A. and A. B Palmer are superin tending the work. Carlton Notes. George Case whs n Carlton visitor Saturday. Mrs. C. H. Murphy returned Mon day from a visit with her mother at Gurden City Kansas. L. H. Manvilo and a crew of men came down rrom Lamar and are re pairing the river bridge. Willey Eberle the son of T. A. Eberle, has been very sick with ty phoid fever, but is doing nicely now. A. S. Empire Valley. Fmnk Friend departed for Den ver on Monday last. Frank Millard has been hauling alfalfa seed during the week past and it in found that need will yield fairly woll and that it is of Unequal ty. Frank Slater haw purchased nnd is now improving the 80 acre tract just west of the May Valley school house, It is one of the choicest of tracts in the groat Arkansas Valley and as Frunk is a first class farmer it will not be long until it will yield him a competency. liev. Williams, our pastor filled two appointments at May Valley. He departed for Iowa Monday Mon day evening over the Misouri Pa ciUc and will return with his furnily in about two weeks, ltov. J. Horn . will fill his dates until bis return. Abo Rhodes delivered ten head of steers Saturday to parties he had sold too, all two and three year olds that netted him at the stock yards in Lamar, upwards of $40 per head. Jesse Rose has been visiting with his parents and brothers the past week. He has been living in Mon tana for several months. He left for Winfield, Kansas, Monday, where he will enter college for a year. Bert Hobbs hulled his alfalfa seed crop last week and the yield ranged from Uve and one hatf to nine bush els per acre. Ed. Wagner’s first crop of seed made Uve aud one half bushels per acre, the quality is excellent. Rio 8 Pages NUMBER 14. The now Comedy Drama, ‘*A Foxy Tramp,” from the pen of the peoplee fuyorite playwright Nelaon Lewis, will > the attraction ut the Lamnr operu •.ouse on next Saturday Sept. 20. This play is said to be by far the strongest that Mr. Lewis hns written. The scenes are laid in a rural community and the characters are those of every day life. The story tells of the love of a manly young farmer for his old playmate, who for a time, are parted by the etforts of nn unscrupulous old farmer and his ras cally son but who in the end are over come by the efforts of a Foxy Tramp. The cast is of unusual strength and carry a complete secnio equipment to gether with pleasing electrical effects. Remember day and date, Saturday, Sept. 20. A Foxy Tramp goes from hero direct to Denver for one week. $25.00 to California And to Prescot, Phoe nix, and Many Other Points in Arizona Tickets on Hale daily daring September and October. Through tourist sleepers and free chair care every day. Personally conducted excur sions three times a week. Liberal stop over privileges in California. See California’s citrus groves, oil wells, ranches, vineyards, big trees, mines. California has productive lands, perfect climate, good markets. The rich San Joaquin Valley is an open door of opportunity for the hustler. Santa Fe G. J. GARVIN, Lamar, Colo. flgtnt.