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THE LAMAR REGISTER
y. ac. Doxra-xmr Cttsr E<or ABSTEiLCTS The only set of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Prowers County. Abstracts to Farm ami City Proper ty furnished on shortest no tice. Also owners of Bald win, Jay Jc Co.'s Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords previous to the fire oj 1&88. Terms reasonable. Address, PROWERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Colsrado MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of Cheap Money for (good Farm and City Loans. Call and see me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. Silk lined kid gloves to be had at Franz Bros; Try them this winter. Horace Williams is here this week visiting with his family. F. W. Montgomery, of Holly, was n county seat visiter yesterday. Mayor B. B. Brown, of Pueblo, visited friends on last Sunday. A bouncing fine boy came to the home of Otto Franz last Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hutchins are the proud parents of a fine new boy, now a week old. C. I. Johnston proved up his north side homestead at the local land office last Thursday. Mrs. K. M. Irving and neice, Miss .Via ble Irving, of Granada were Lamar vis itors lust Saturday. W. H. Hale and S. C. Gregory, Gra nada business men, visited the county seat the past week. J.R. Smith is receiving congratula tions over a new boy who arrived at his house last Thursday. Mrs. S. W. Smart is up from Baca county visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Robertson. J. R. Gordon, of Grannda, has been a Lamar visitor several days this week at tending to church matte-is. Lewis F. Mathews came up from Coolidge the first of the week, but just barely had time to turn around between trains. Owing to illness Dr. Noyes, the oculist, will not be able to begin practice, in the new offices in the Foley-Bent block, un til Nov. 15. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Trobee are highly pleased over the arriyal of a fine boy who made his appearance at their home Monday morning. The Social Circle Market will be held next Saturday Oct 31 at the store of J. G. Boyd & Co. Hallowe’en pies, cakes and meals will be on sale. Miss Fay Huddleston went to Denver the first of the week and resumed her work at school. She will probably fin ish her studies this year. There will be a social next Tuesday evening at the residence of Mrs. Case. The Methodist people are giving it and everyone is invited. It is free to all. W. A. Leonard has been visiting with home folks the past week. He reports the grading outfit as having a good job on the Illinois Central roailroad near SL Louis. Hon. H. L. Lubers, the well known lawyer, came down form Las Animas yesterday and attended to some business in the county court. He returned home this morning. A. E. Bent is up at Pueblo having one of the most blissful times of his life. He is on the United States court petit jury. He hopes to survive and return in safety tj his home. Miss Anna O’Donnell, after a six week's siege of rheumatism, is able to be out again and attend to her duties as stenographer. Her friends rejoice over her recovery. The county clerk's office today issued a marriage license to two popular yourg people of the north side, Mr. Joseph Tuttle and Miss Zenobia Hale. Their many friends will join the Register in extending congratulations and best wishes. Ayers Take cold easily? Throat tender? Lungs weak? Any relatives have consumption? Then a cough means a great Cherry Pectoral deal to you. Follow your doctor’s advice and take Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. It heals, strengthens, prevents. " For 40 year* I have depended on Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds. I know It greatly strengthens weak lungs." Mbs. P. A. Kobinson, Saline. Mich. 5e.,80e.. f 1.00. J. c. atir co., for Weak Lungs m't Pills Increase the activity o le User, ana thua aid recover]! Mr. uud Mrs. Hugh Smith, of Illinois, are visiting with the family oi Mrs. Harriet Mourning. Mr. Smith ip not iu the best of health nnd comes to Colorado to recuperate. Mrs. D. D. D.pd<K of the Dodds com inerical school at Rocky Fork, has been in Lainar the past week soliciting for that institution. She will organize a branch of the school here. Charles Maxwell and wife went to Kansas City last week and attended the big stock show. Charles reports they had a most splendid time nnd that this trip was really their bridal tour. Mr. G. 11. Creech nnd Miss Eunice M. Stevens, both of Granada, were married on the 21st of the month, by Rev. O. A. A nnan, at Lamar. May their wedded life be one of happiness and peace. The county clerk issued a marriage license yesterday to authorize the union of Zack Taylor and Miss May Johnston These young people reside at Grannda. May many blessings and joys be ever with them. The county commissioners will not be in session next month, until the day after election. This information is giv en to save Hny fruitless trips, as the board usually meets on the first Mon day of the month. Isaac D. Guest this week filed on a homestead in 9 23-47. After a visit to all the much advertised lands in the valley Mr. Guest picked this as the best place to start a nursery, the business he expects to engage in. Frederick O’L. Buck, the gonial state agent of the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance company was here last Thursday and spent the day in com pany with L. Wirt Markhnm, the com pany’s local agent. E. E. Pike is huving the foundation on the lot near Olive and Fifth streets, util ized. This foundation wus constructed some months ago. but owing to lack of brick could not be used. The house will be a neat residence. J. K. Doughty went up to Las Ani mas this morning to examine the rec ords of the county clerk and recorder of Bent county, so far as they pertained to the titles of several tracts or farms, just over the line in Bent county. Miss Leonora Garvin has resigned her position with the Colorado Telephone Company und has gone to La Junta. She will there finish a course in tele graphy and then occupy a position with the same company at Walsenburg. T. C Henry, Hon. J. It. Burton and W. C. Landson, the latter from Fort Scott, Kansas, were here last Saturday. Tbe gentlemen spent the morning in looking over some lands south of town and then went north to the reservoirs. The third meeting of the Woman’s Club of Lamar will take place Wednes day, November 4, at the residence cl Mrs. Berry. Mrs, Doughty will have charge of the program. Subject: “Shake speare's Family Tree and Life.” Mas. Will. Cooi’kr, Sec’y. Colorado, Springs Colorado, Novern her 11th 1903—Dedication of Home Colorado Springs Lodge of Elks. One regular first class fare for round trip. Date of sale November 10th, final return limit November 13th. Dan Keesee, after putting in a couple of weeks attending to bis business mat ters around Lamar, went to Las Ani mas yesterday and will remain there for a while. He will have some extensive cropping done on his lands northwest of tow’n. Elder J. F. Harris and wife came up from Baca County Monday and remain here for a few days. Tonight the first quarterly conference of the year will be held at tbe Methodist church. Elder Harris will preach and communion ser vices will follow. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bannister, of Salem, Oregon, who have been visiting with their nephew, E. A. Bannister, in Lamar, left for their home yesterday. They were returning from n visit to Mr. Bannister’s sisters at the old family homestead in New York. Mrs. Jane Steffy, mother of Mrs. J. B. Mourning arrived in Lamar a few days ago and will make her home with her daughter. Mrs. Steffy is upwards of seventy years of age, but her own moth er is still liying, aud there are thus five generations in the family. The break in the continuous awning on the west side of Main street is no more. An awning similar to those in front of the other buildings, has been put in front of the Goodale and Myers store buildings. Both sides of the street are now “fixed.” Next Saturday night will be “Hallow- E’en” and if you have any regard for j your property, such as gates buggies and other loose articles) you~had better keep a sparp look out, for it is hinted that the boys will be out in force to play their pranks. Next Tuesday is election day, and if you want to vote, be sure your name is the registry list. There is one officer to elect, so far as the state ticket is con cerned. but there may be some vacan cies to fill in some of the townships Next Monday is the last chance to reg ister. Sheriff Tate went to Denver last week ind obtained requisition papers for one Joe Wilson, who is one of the lute es capes from the county jail. Under Sheriff Krisbio went to Topekn nnd pro 8 mted bis papers to the Governor, who turned them down. However, the es cape agreed to come anyhow and he is n »w lodged in jail. Pro.osrlty Lane. Claude Barnard left for eastern K in sas, yesterday where he will visit a few weeks with relatives. Mrs. Koen’s sisters who have been vis iting here returned to their borne at Official List of Nominations Certified to the County Clerk ■ T 6 Vote .i Straight Party Ticket write in the blank space hereunder the name of the Party you wish to vote for. I hereby vote a straight Ticket except where I have marked after the name of some other candidate If you have voted a Straight Ticket above, and place a cross mark (X) opposite any name below, such cross mark (X) will be counted for that candidate, and the vote east for the candidate on the Straight Ticket for the same office will not be counted. For Judge of the Supreme Court of the State of „ For Constable for Justice Precinct No. a v Mark in Mark in Colorado (Vote for One) CoVimn (Vote for One) column JOHN CAaMPBELL Postnfllcp Atldn-BH, Capitol Building, Donver, Plnca of Kttsidencp. 1520 Nnrtli Tojon St.,Col- Republican orado Spring*, Colo. B,,UdlnB ' For Constable for Justice Precinct No. a (To Fill Vacancy) (Vote for One) I. A. KNIGHT PoHtolllco addri-HH, Pueblo, Colo Socialist Labor Place of Kumdenco, 1717 W. 17tli St., Pueblo. Place of lluAinetis, Pueblo, Cole. . FRANK W. OWERS " 1 — 1 ■■■*■'■ ' »■' ' 11 ro.t<.mc. Add™.. L..diui., Colo. Peoni™ Party For ConsUble for Justice Precinct No. 3 I‘laco of Residence, Court lloiiho. 1 J I Place of Ruainess, Court lloiioe. ; (Vote for One) CHANNINO SWEET Postoillce Address, Denver, Colo. Socialist Pnrtv Place of Residence. 1415 (li.ylord St. * Place of liußinex* ADAIR WILSON For Constable for Justice Precinct No. 4 PontofHce Address, Williams Block. Durango. * f Vote *or Onol m < ol V*d j D®nn»<?rntio ' * ' Place or KoMdi-nce, Durango, I.a Pint a < oun- ty, Colo. Place of Bubiues*. Durango, Colo. A. L. JOHNSON PoMofllco Addrem., Holly. Colo. Republican Place of Residence, Holly, Colo. Place of Bu'iineaa, Holly, Colo. ___ — ______ A - J - WITT Poatoffiee Addreaa, Holly. Colo. Democratic For ConsUble for Justice Precinct No. . (Vote for One) r C. D. BALDWIN Poatodiee Address, Lamar, Colo. Democratic Plaru of Residence, Lamar, Colo. r- _y- . .. • , .. _ . . piaco of Business For Constable for Justice Precinct No. 5 (Vote for One) FRANK SAYLER v Poßtofllce Addros*, Lainar. Colo. Republican Place of Residence. Lamar, Colo. Place of llusinrn*, Lamar. Colo. 1 For Constable for Justice Precinct No. 5 m ■ 11 1 ■ ■■ 1 ■ .11 ■ M■. 11 1 (To Fill Vacancy) (Vote for One) For Justice of the Peace for Justice Precinct No a (Vote for Two) For Constable for Justice Precinct No. 6 (Vote for One) ““—^——————— STATE OF COLORADO / ss. County of Prowers ) I, J. F. Curry, County Clerk in and for said County, in the State aforesaid, in accordance with the provisions of Section il , Page 14, Election Laws of 1891 and 1897, do hereby certify that the above is a full, true and correct list of all the nominations, together with the postoffice ad dress, place of residence and place of business of each of said nominees, as the same have been certified to me, and which are to be voted for at the coming General election, to-wit: On Tuesday, November 3, A. D. 1903. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this 27th day of October, A. D. 1903. County Clerk Allison, lowa, yesterday. George Wright left last Monday for his old home in Illinois for an extended visit. Roy Wright anti Alva Deeter are dig ging a deep well for Judge Blodgett. The Judge intends putting down an ir rigating plant. Ersie Cooper left Sunday night for La Junta where he will work at his trade as machinist. Mra. Frisbie visited at Mr. Armour's last Sunday. John Siple purchased a new two-seat ed carriage laßt week. Mrs. Deeter’s sisters from Kansas, and her daughter, Mrs. Ci.de, from Pueblo, are visiting here this week. Mrs, Hinda Wright entertained rela tives from lowa last week. James Rhodes is helping Mr. Chism of Lamar to build a foundation for a house. Mrs. Woolever and Mother were call ers at the Bates home last week. Grinning Isaac. Furnished Rooms. Nicely furnished rooms for rent in the Cade block. Mrs. Ri.vriiakt. For Side Sixteen head rams. G. B. Huntington, Latnur. This is the season stock wants salt. I haa car of stock salt which is cheap er than the refined salt. C. C. Huddleston. Cattle Kings nnd cowboys go to Franz Brothers for gloves. Horse hides nnd buckskins in the famous brand “BUSBY.” Two valuable sessions were held of the Arknnsns Valley Ministerial Associ ation, though only a small delegation of visiting men arrived. A permanent or ganization was effected to hold its next meeting in La Jnnta. A large audience in the evening listened to the discussion “The preaching that the time demands,” and to the lecture by Dr. Kimball of La Junta. The lecturer gave the brief biography of Love joy the Prophet and first martys of slave emancipation: and the man who stood for his American liberties in the face of mob violence and popular disclaimer. “New occasions teach new duty" and the lecture was a call to tbe same high principle in men of today under today’s oppressions. Fifty Years fhe Standard BAKING POWDER Awarded Hlf hast Honors World’s Fair Hlghasl loots U.S. Gov’t Chemists PRIOt BAKING .'•OWDER OQ. OH lOAOO THE EFFECTS Of ALKALI WATER can he effectually coun teracted by using MYERS’ RAPID CURE DIARHOEA MIXTURE It is com poll ruled from the purest drugs, taken from a prescription of known merit and medical authorities that experi ence of the 20 year kind only can selec. Sold undei positive guarantee HO RELIEF, YOUR HONEY BACK Prepared and sold only at MYERS’ PHARMACY I says to ibyself says I McLean's Drug: Store Is the place to buy Books »nd Stationery says I. NEW PRICE LIST OF COAL Owing to the raise in price of coal made by the . F. & I. o. to all retailers, the following price list for coal delivered In Lamar will be effective on and after October so, 1903: Rock vale anon Brookslde Lump Hiscellaneoue Ton lots '■» 7.25 Ton lots 675 Trinidad Lump 6.00 Half ton orders 365 Hall ton orders 3.4 - Trinidad 500 lb orders 2.00 Mine Run 5.50 220 lb orders 100 Anthracite n.o<> Discount of 50c a ton on all coal at h>ins or on car. Discount of 25c a ton allowed on five-ton orders when cash ac companies order. All prices above ire f or coal delivered within the town limits. Car lot prices on applicition. We are unable to guar antee prices for more than thirty d.ivs in advance, and quotations are made subject to contingencies of strikes, advances in railroad or mine rates, or other causes beyond our control We carry a large storage reserve and are able at all times to deliver orders within two hours after their receipt. ifitLamar Seed Co. Phone 343 Black Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meals North of Depot. 'Phone No. 43 Red.