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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
Butered at the PoatolHce at Lainar, Colorado aa Seoond-claaa Mail Matter. PUBLISHED KVKKY WEDNESDAY BT OHIO. B. EoiTOKAND PROPRIETOR. SOBRORIPTION Katbb : One Year *1 50 Six Montha 75 Three Montha 50 Lamar, Colorado, April 1, 1903 California. The new melodrana, “California.” which has made a groat success this season, will be the attraction at the opera house April 3rd. In “Cal ifornia” is told a beautiful story, the scenes of which are in the famous state after which the play is named. A wealth of special scenery is used, among which is a reproduction of the wonderful Mt. Shasta and a bird’s eye view of the magnificent Yosemite Valley. Miss Rae Bron son plays the leading role and is ably supported by Mr. Ed. M. Kim ball and a capable company. Five sugar factories are now lo cated in Prowers county sure, for next year and Morse, Keen and Prowers sidings yet to hear from. The Rocky Ford Uazette, is try ing to run the editor of the Regis ter for alderman. No, no, Brother Kinney, we never did you an injury and you should not try to intlict such a thankless job on us. The editor of the Register is still a high private and happy. The city elections are quite lively all over Colorado this year. Pu eblo seems the main point of interest however, as Mayor B. B. Brown is ranning against ex-Mayor Henkel. Both sre strong candidates and the result will not be known until the votes are counted. La Junta has a whole bunch of tickets in the field, Rocky Ford is once more fighting ont the license question and Las An imas only prevented a scrap by the clerk refusing to til* one ticket. La mar and Qranada being peaceable have only one ticket in the field each. California. Manager Lee of the Lamar opera house has secured a treat for local theatre goers, to take effect Friday April 3rd at whioh date “California,” one of the most successful plays of the season, will be presented. This production is one of the strongest on the road today and has made asplon did record Miss Rae Bronson, the young emotional actress, heads an excellent company, her part of “Dolores” being one of the strong est characters yet presented in the American drama. A full car of special scenery is carried and the play is produced in a most thorough manner. An Attractive Millinery Display The dry goods and millinery opening at Irwin’s store Saturday night was quite a novelty. The Citizen’s band played the “Creole Queen” two-step very beautifully, reflecting much credit upon their leader, T. J. Main. The cello and guitar duet by Messrs. Coop er and Mourning was much appreciat ed. The ladies amused themsolves admir ing the artistic work of Miss Carr. The new styles are so very flat that one ludy remarked that they looked us if u car had run over them, which was very suggestive to the trimmer. Among the most beautiful hats wus the real lace hat with cream hand made crown of boniton braid with a large bunch of grapes and foliago on the side. Another beauty was the pure white mi line hat with snow flake thistles and foliage. This hat has fifteen yards of maline on it and takes six hours to make it. The most striking novelty was the very jaunty peanut hat in the new chumpagno color with satin foliage of the same shade, blending into the most delicate shadings. The Easter cross window display, which was planned and arranged by Mrs. Irwin, attracted the attention of hundreds, and many compliments were passed on the taste and ability of the designer. Empire Valley. Considerable nervousness has been been felt from the etTects of a large dog roaming over the country some six weeks ago, acting as though mnd. The dog was seen at Walter Hale's, T. J Fleehtnan's and the Mullen ranch. Since then a dog at Geo. Suffert’s, a hog at Fleshman’s have become affected with what appeared to be rabies and all were shot before it developo so far as to cause death. The board of directors of the Big Bend Rural Telephone Telephone Co., at their meeting Monday, decided to accept the i proposition of the Colorado Telephone Co., and the connections now existing will no doubt be permanent. Ira Swadley has had the roof of his new dwelling coated with paint, likewise the woodwork on the inside. Mrs Clure, Mrs. Ira Swadley’s moth er departed for Yates City, Ilia., on the noon train Tuesday. An elegant run of water for several days was given last week, the beet ground and ulfalfu fields received all the benefits. Rev. I. Gill of East Bent, held servi ces at Muy Valley morning and evening Sunday last. Every available team is being pressed into farm service. It is many years since conditions regarding moisture and weather were as favorable as now. Rio. seasonable 44 M reasonable Draft Fillies For Sale. I have a few pairß of heavy draft, ■ hree and four year old, bred inareß, also a few fancy saddle and driving colts. Call and see them ot my ranch *2 miles east of Lamar. Ed. R. Gokman. G. B. Thoman has the best liue of tire insurance. He writes farm risks. For Sale or Trade—Bunch of well bred liorses ror sule at a bargain or will trade, for farm or Lamar town property. In quire of A. Marburg. Save the Loved Ones. Mrs. Mary A. Vilet, Newcastle, Colo., writes: “I believe Bullard’s Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine, and will do all that is claimed for it, and it is so plensant to take. My little girl wants to take it when she has no need of it. Ballard’s Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmo nary ailments. 25c 50c and SI.(X) at I. H. Myers. Dr. A. W. Seabury, physician and surgeon. Offices on second floor of Erwin building, East Main street. Beauty and Strength. Are desirable. You are strong and vigorous, when your blood is pure. Mu ny, nay, most—women, fail to properly di gest their food, and so become pale, sal low, thin and week, while the brightness freshness and beauty -of the skin and complexion, depart. Remedy this un pleasant evil, by eating nourishing food, and taking a small dose of Herbine after each meal, to digest what you have eat en. 50c at I. H. Myers. • I 12 500 for a Prescription. The largest sum ever paid for a pre scription, changed hands in San Fran cisco, Aug. 30, 1901. The transfer in volved in coin and stock $112,500X0 and was paid by a party of business men for a specific for Bright’s Disease and Dia betes, hitherto incurable diseases. They commenced the serious investi gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by putting over three dozen 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 cont of the test cases were either well or progressing fuvorably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the pnrties were satisfied and closed the transaction. Ihe proceedings of the investigating committee and the clinicul reports of the test cases were published and will be mailed free on ap plication. Address John J. Fulton company, 420 Montgomery St. San Fran cisco, Cal. Herbine Cures Fever and Ague. A dose will vsually stop a chill, a continuance always cures. Mrs. Wm. M. Stroud, Midlothian, Texas, May 31, 1899. writes: ,4 We have used Herbine in our family for eight years, and found it the best medicine we have ever used, for la gripe, bilious fever, and malaria." 10c at I. H. Myers. A Texas Irrigated Farm, for sale a well improyed farm of 1,600 acres; 600 acres under irrigation; 1,000 acres in pasture; plenty of timber; good grass. Watered by artesian wells; large storage reservoirs; water to waste. No water rights or rentals. Six dwelling Irouses; large barns; good fencing. With in l}4 miles of county seat town in most populous part of the state. Land in cultivation is river valley land and fre quently makes 45 bushels of wheat with out irrigation. Best markets in U. S. Price $32,000. For particulars address ANDERSON & BEAN, SMITH & THOMPSON REAL ESTATE AGENTS Wo have a select list of choice bargains in Farm, Rauch and City Property which it will pay all who desire to buy homes or make investments to investigate. See our list before buying. LAMAR - COLORADO ID. E3. COOPER Land Attorney, Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agent. Walks Without Crutches. I was much afflicted with sciatica, writes Eld. C. Nud, lowaville, Sedgwick Co., Kuna., "going about on crutches and suffering a deni of pain. I was in duced to try Ballard’s Snow Liniment, which relieved me. I used throe 50c bottles. It is the greatest liniment I ever used; have recommended it to a number of persons, all express themsel ves as being benefitted by it. I now walk without crutches, able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm.” 25c, 50c and 81.00 at I. H. Myers. SUMMONS. STATE OF COLORADO. 1 In the County County of Pkowekm, J ' Court. W. E. Turn.*. Plaintiff, ) No. 82. va. £ SUMMONS. W, 8. Hkihtand, Defendant. ) The People of the State of Colorado: To W. S. Hsistand, tho defendant abo\- uainod GREETING: You are hereby required to appear in an act tion brought against you by the above uam«l plaintiff in the County Court of Prowers < 'oun ty, htate of Colorado, and answer tlioci>uipluint herein within twenty days after tho sorv ire liore of. if served within this County; or, if nerved out of thia County, or by publication, within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of 1 the day of aervice; or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of the complaint. And if a copy of tho complaint in the above entitled action be not served with this aummona, of if tho service hereof he mndo out of this State, tbon ten days additional to the time horeinbefore specified for appearance and answer will be allowed before the taking of judgment by default as aforesaid. The said action is brought to socure the sum of throe hundred and twenty-live dollars upon two certain promissory notes, and for damages for the non-performanco of a contract, as will moro fully appear from tho complnint in said action to which reference is here made a copy of which is hereto nttached. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to ap|>ear. and to answer the said complaint ns above roquirod, the said plaintiff will take Judgment against you for said sum of three hundred and twenty-fivo dollars as aforesaid and costa. Given under my hand and official . v x seal as Judge and acting fiork i heal > at Lamar, In said County, this 1 > 12th day of March A. I). 190:1. L. F. BI.OIHIKTT, Judge, and acting Clerk. Building a House will be a pleasure or a disappointment, depending on the lumber used. We furnish lumber which insures a satisfactory building. It’s so good the workmen enjoy build ing a boose with it* No doubt ttbou quality, or finish, or price. We want to talk lumber with you. The Marker Lumber Co. The OPERA HODSE BARBER SHOT M. L. CONWELL, Prop EAST MAIN STREET. [new sUTrs | New Shirts, New Shoes, | New Spring Goods in all | Departments of Lamar’s | up-to-date Clothing Store £ We are now placing on the table a line of SUITS for the Spring and Summer E wear that far excel anything ever shown in Lamar. New colors, new patterns and E the very best quality that can be sold for the extremely low price we have placed on them 1 $8.50 $lO.OO $12.50 $15.00 $16.50 E It is necessary for you to see them to realize what bargains we have to offer. We have ~ a large line of Youths’ Long Pant Suits and the 3-piece Knee Pant Suits, and a hand k some line of 2-piece Suits for the little men. “The Norfolk’’ made with box pleat £ and belt, suits from $1.50 to $5.00. And the Blue Serge Blouse with Vestee, trimmed £ with white silk braid, we are selling them at $4.50. You cannot buy the same qual- E ity for less in the city. E Have just received a very large line of Men's Felt and Straw Hats for Spring - wear in the new shapes. e New Shirts, Ties, Fancy Hose, etc. Please call and look through the largest £ stock of Men’s Goods in Eastern Colorado. i Doualas SWEET ’ 0M 4 005 £ 51 UNIIN MADE 1 Shoes CIRDURIY AND DRESS PANTS J. M. JOHNSTON T r N h E b c N ,V’ DR A QT The Cash delivery J_ B Grocer Headquarters for cash buyers who like to get the best possible values for their money. Remem ber that I pay cash for country produce. GEO. T. FEAST, Grocer Foley Bldg., cor. Railroad Ave. and Main St., East Side, Lamar, Colo. P. S.—HENS WANTED. Will pay part cash and part trade. ?And just wliat you will have if you do business with .... BMH E. R. Nichols & Co. - - L-STABLISHED l**?' 1H |H DIAMOND BRAND Vj| Ift I I More than one- in the frnit trade third of * century in Chicago. trade mark BKBSfggi Fruit & Produce “ will pay individual shippers, associa* tions and car lot shippers to write us. Facilities second to none in this market y M 111 For prompt disposal of the products of the A. 11l form at to P market prices. Agents and' Distributors for Rocky and Colorado Cantaloupe Growers.