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The Lamar Register
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We fill prescriptions from any doctor. We have everything fresh and ready. THE UP-TO-DATE DRUG COMPANY Postofflce Bulletins;, Lamar, Colorado County Notes (From the Holly Chieftain I Water was turned down the BnfT alo canal the latte* part of last wee’ aod the farmers are irrigating their beet land and alfalfa. * * * The barn on the ranch of A. D. Jones, just this side of the state line, was destroyed by tire Wednesday night. The premises are unoccu pied and the fire was probably the work of tramps. • * • A very light vote was polled in Holly on Tuesday. There was but one ticket in the field, everybody was satisfied with it and many did not think it worth while to go to the polls. The newly elected officers are, J. B. Harden, mayor; H. A. Pettee, M. D. Atkin, J. W. Phillips, trustees for two years; E. W. Tuttle, Ed. Haberatroh, and W. J. Pratt, trustees for one yoar. • • • The board of town trustees met last night and closed up their busi ness for the fiscal year. It was the last meeting of the old board and next week the new board will meet and organize. It is to the outgoing boards’ credit that the extra expense incidental in incorporating the town has been met, a city jail bnilt, the expense of two elections aud all run Ding expenses have been paid with out making a tax levy or incurring any indebtedness. They have serv ed the people faithfully and are en titled to tbe thanks of all. • • • (From the Amity Optimist j Owing to continued ill health Miss K. Cora Douglass, principal of the Amity schools, has given up teach ing in her room for the balance of the term. The schools close Friday, April 22, aod the time being so short the board does not deem it ad visable to try and fill Miss Douglass' place. Scholars who are preparing to take the county examinations will be examined by County Superintend ent Uoaebrough. > **’ (From the Granada Times.] Hon. Clark Walker has been given the contract to make the necessary excavations and other preparations for tbe placing of the engine and the erection of the tank at the artes ian well. The town election, last Tuesday, was very qui«t., The entire populp. tion was tired after the all night combat with the fire, and a light vote was polled. Very little scratch ing was done. Tbe Citizens ticket was elected throughout. The officers elect are: Mayor D. H. Dickason; trustees, Richard Fromm, J. S. Keairns and E. A. Palmer. T A. Kyle and family arrived here last Friday, from Los Angeles, Cali fornia, and expect to make Granadu their future home, Mr. Kyle has purchased the elevator and grain business at this place, heretofore operated by H. C. Jeffers, and will continue the business. On Satur day, his father, J. A. Kyle, arrived from Shenandoah, lowa, with a car load of household goods, buggies, horse, cow, etc , and will remain un til the sou is well settled in his new home and the business is running smoothly. The Times joins in wel coming them to our prosperous com munity. United For Once. The meeting of representatives from various live stock associations west of the Missouri river to be held in Denver on May 2, fof the purpose of considering transportation mat ters, has created considerable in terest throughout the West as is shown by letters received at head quarters of tbe National Live Stock association from those who are in vited to participate, signifying their intention of being present. In view of the fact that sheep growers are as greatly interested in freight rates and service as are the shippers of cattle, the secretary of the National Liye Stock association has received quite a number of letters from men iu that business inquiring if they will be allowed to take part in the meeting. The secretary replied to •s many of these as possible, advis ing them that they would and they are urged to be present. Aside from the generous display of charming summer garments, which the Standard Patterns supply in the May Designer, and in which gradu ation and commencement costnmes - peotsteec ccp'ittt LAMAR. PROWERS COUNTY. COLORADO, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 13, 1904. are given prominence, there is a special article on “Summer Array for the Wee Ones,” in which small girls and boys are pictured in garb at once practical and becoming; and another on “Frills and Fnrbelows,” suggesting arrangement of the airy ruffles which now decorate feminine sleeves and jackets. Snmmery too is the reading matter supplied in this number, for two short stories are en titled “Crab Apple Blossoms,” and “Tbe Cherry-Tree Inn,” then there is an interesting article on “Birds’ Nests,” Mary Kilsyth gives a little talk on “Plant Boxer and Porch De corutiou,” and Kate V. Saint Maur discourses on “Poultry and Pet Stock Farming for Women.” Tbe play for amateur production is “Helping Cupid,” written by Lucia C. Cook, aud the faneywork consists of “Bauds Stocks and Collars,” by C. L. Kellogg, and “Pillow Lace,” by Amy Moeran. “Saving the Dim ples,” by George L. M. Brown, will appeal to every mother of chubby little folks. All the regular depart menta of the magazine are filled with timely, interesting and practical topics. Mrs. Kent White of Denver is Arrest ed on a Chance of Disturbance Salt Lake, April 10. —A religious meeting at tbe Nazareue Mission church here broke up in a row last night. Mrs. Kent White of Denver, her traveling companions, K. E. Beedleman, aud J. A. Headland, a local architect and a member of the board of directors of the church, were arrested for making a disturb ance and taken to the police station. Mrs. White held nightly meetings in the church last week. In one ad dress she • attacked the Nazareue church at Los Angeles, and thereby incurred the disapproval of some of the church members. She was re quested not to speak again. Last night, however, she refused to be silenced, aud together with Beedleman and Headlund, is said to have disturbed the meeting by sing ing aud jumping about after the fashioD of “The Jumpers.” Tbe po lice were called and the arrest fol lowed. —Denver Republican. Mrs. White will be remembered by all residents of Lamar in the early 90s as the wife of the Metho dist minister here. Just in aL Johnston’s ) New Hamburg, Swiss and Nainsook Embroideries and Insertions, New Embroidery Beading, New Lace Beading, New Torchon, Valenciennes and Mecklin Laces and Insertions The best line of Ladies’ Shoes made is the well known E. P. Reed Shoe. Just af\ G* A aa in for Spring. Price V AND J «VV Oxfords for- $2. 25 , $2. 50 and s3.°° The Villiage School Shoe for Children, in all grades and sizes. Box Calf, at rt»| rj»| /s p <t»f rn Pat. ViciKid, welt sole, at tply tpl.Zdj eJII.dU W. J. JOHNSTON Lamar, Colo.. Feb. I), 1904. j Second class Colonist rates to Califor ! ’ nia, March Ist, to April 30, 1904. In ef feet daily. Oneway tickets $23.0n, ulso rate applies to intermediate points and low rutes to brunch lines for side ride. 1 Second-class Colonist rates to the Northwest. March Ist to April 90, 1904. Tickets on sale daily. Rate to Portland ' and Oregon $25.00 and proportionate rate to Utah, Idaho and Montana points. G. J. Garvin, Agt. Says I To myself—snys I The Denver Post is The paper to buy— Says I. 1 Beautiful Pictures! A large stock of fine color and other Pictures suitable for framing just in, a"d will be sold at prices that are practically giving them away. Come in and look them over. China, Glassware and Graniteware as usual wir.,l THE FAIR l*aa> NUMBEB 44.