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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
■at«r*<l at tba PoatoftlcA at Lamar, Colorado as daeond-claaa Mail Matter. PUBLISHED BVKBY WEDNESDAY BT OHO. 23. MH3FtR.XI_.ILj Sditoiakd PaoraiKToa. SosaoßimoM Batbs : OasYaar *1 *0 ■is Mantha 75 Thraa Months 50 Lamab, Colorado, June 22, 1904 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Congress 2nd Diet- H. M. Hoc.<; Commissioners Proceedings. Lamar,Colo., June G, 1901. Office of the board of county commis sioners of Prowers county, Colo. Board met pursuant to adjournment, all members present. On motion duly carried, the following claims were allowed and warrants were ordered drawn on various road districts in fayor of persons as follows: H C Murphy, road work dist 3 3 50 Lampson Bros, “ “5 2 00 H W Koen, “ “ 5.... 300 Chas Cross “ “5 10 50 E C Gordon “ “5 39 50 Amos Myers 44 “ 4... 3 00 JFLay “ “4... 200 Thos Uarker “ “4 G 00 LA Cook “ ** 4.... GOO Allowed claims and drew warrants on the general road fund as follows: H C Murphy, stone, Carlton brdg 350 Wm Mourning, piling work 8 50 B A Searle “ 12 50 8 D Downer ** G 00 Henry Jones “ 2 GO J H Frisbie “ 12 7G T E Downer “ 52 25 W F Cross “ 27 40 J E Jones 44 1 50 Chas Barrel “ 3 00 Wm Houk, work on Carlton brdg 1 50 Allowed claims and ordered warrants drawn on ordinary oounty revenue fund as follows, H H McDowell, serv as water com 75 00 Everett Koen, wit fees, diet court 7 45 John Carl •* “ 7 G 5 Granby Hillyer, counsel, pauper 25 00 R R Roes, serv dist attorney G 5 00 Allowed claim of Geo. H. Thomas for mdse furnished poor and ordered war rant drawn on poor fund for amount, •16.75 On motion board adjourned to meet at Bo'clock a. m., June 7. Lamar, Colo., June 7, 1904, Board met pursuant to adjournment, all members present. Allowed claims and drew warrants on road district as follows: T B Pile, roadwork dist 2 45 50 L H Pile 44 “ 2 3G 00 Frank Moore ** “2 6 00 Roy Moore “ 44 2 3 00 Ed Mitchell 44 __ 44 2 GOO Arthur Mitchell 44 44 2 2 00 A Dugger 44 44 2 3 00 A B Lawson 44 44 2 3 00 A F Buck 44 “2 3 00 Wm Ingham 44 44 2 1 50 J W Bryce, 44 44 1 39 75 C A Turney 44 44 1 24 00 The following claims were allowed and warrants ordered drawn on General road fund in payment: English lumber Co., lumber.... G 2 G 5 Robt King, blacksmithing 8 85 Thos Harker,cutting piling 13 50 Franr. Bros, road mdbe 9 00 Evertt A Co., gro, pile driver crew 24 53 C C Huddleston, road mdse 25 GG J E Jones, cutting piling 24 90 W F Cross, 13 pilling 13 00 Morse Land Almp. Co, 125 piling. 125 00 M Strain, 11 piling 11 00 H W Koen, use of pile driver etc. 52 50 SE Rawls, tent 5 00 Allowed claims and ordered warrants drawn on poor fund in payment as fol lows: R Fromm, boarding paupers 1 50 J FCurry, cash advanced p00r... 59 00 W F McPherson, cash adv pauper 1 10 Claims as follows were allowed and warrants ordered drawn on special con tingent fund in payment: R S Wilson; fumigating 2 50 W S Greenard, 44 7 50 Fred Lee, use of opera house for 8 grade commencement 12 00 J F Curry, cash adv ticket for Mrs GrandstafT 5 35 Claimß were allowed and warrants were ordered drawn on ordinary revenue fund in payment ae follows: F H Rosacrans, deputy hire 75 00 L F Blodgett, county judges fees 18G 14 44 cash adv stamps etc.. 395 A W Mcllendrie, Stenographer.. 30 00 8 W Creasy, serv water com 61 GG E M Steward, work on court house 5G 40 Geo C Pollard, janitor salary 40 00 Anna M O’Donnell, making copy of Treas com 10 00 On motion the claim of H H McDow ell amounting to $9.75 for cash advanc ed for telephone and telegrams was al lowed at 85.00 and warant drawn for •that amount Allowed claim of W. J. Sicklebower frr roadwork In road district No. 6, and ordered warrant drawn on said district for $40.12. On motion board granted the petition of C. M. Lee praying for a reduction of the valuation on e t se i 31, 21, 47. Said tract contains 77 acres and was valued at $455, but there being no water on said land, valuation was reduced to S2OO. On motion board adjourned to meet at 8 a. m., June 8. Lamar, Colo., June 8, 1904. Board met pursuant to adjournment, all members present. Allowed claims and ordered warrants drawn oo ordinary revenue fund as fol* lows: J B Church, serv juror dist c’rt. .$ 8 55 MiloSwick, 44 “ 1» 75 J W Morse, 44 “ 12 10 W E Tarbox, “ 44 1 4 3-5 George Siefert, 44 44 .. 11 20 G W Leasure, “ 44 .. 11 05 EE Pike, 44 44 .. 765 J V Davidson, 44 44 10 45 S H Huffman, 44 44 .. 11 65 J A Wilcoxsen, 44 44 .. 13 25 P A Fraser, 44 “ ..1125 Nels Thompson, 44 44 .. 12 00 L F Mathews, 44 44 14 95 H J Vinton, 44 44 .. 10 50 W F Debus, 44 44 .. 14 35 A Thomas, 44 44 «. 16 70 J L Mayfield, serv. wit. 44 .. 770 L Wirt Markham 44 44 .. 5 16 G A Watson, 44 44 7 65 Stella M Jones, 44 44 .. 10 16 JE Jones Jr, 44 44 10 15 F M Tate, fees and cash adv May 317 18 N N McLean, s'rv ex'm treas acct 40 00 W A Merrill, “ 44 40 00 J O Stream, 44 4 4 4 0 00 G B Merrill, print war’tcall, etc 137 71 Allowed claims and drew warrants on general road fund as follows: W B Leasure, livery hire $ 4 00 S C Gregory, lumber 7 20 Lamar Hwde Co, road mdse .... 12 31 Town of Holly, apmt road money 200 00 On motion the petition of D. E. Coop er asking for a refund of money paid for certificate of sale of 1891, oostaei and nisei, 25, 22, 44 was grsnted. This tract through error was sold for taxes on September 26, 1891, and petitioner was granted a refund of $26.92, the amount paid for certificate, together with interest from above date making a total of $78.30, and warrant was ordered drawn on special contingent fund for this amount. On motion board adjourned to meet at 8 a. m., June 9. Lamar, Colo., June 9, 1904. Hoard met pursuant to adjournment, all members present. Ordered warrant drawn on special contingent fund for SIOO payable to F. J. Chamberlain, president of Colorado State Realty association, in payment of amount appropriated by Prowers coun ty for advertising at world's fair. Granted petition of the Town of La mar praying for the redemption from tax sale of 1902, of lots 7, 8 and 9 in block 62, HAP addition because of erroneous sale. Allowed claims and drevK warrants on ordinary revenue fund as follows: Out West PYg Co, supplies sl3 73 J F Curry, services and cash adv for stamps, etc 57 25 J H Frisbie, feeding prisoners and t care of jail 46 25 J O Stream, serv juror dist court 9 00 J K Stevenson, serv and mileage 22 00 W F McPherson, do 25 60 Joel Knowlen, do 24 20 On motion board adjourned to meet July 5, 1904. Attest: J F CUBBY, Clerk. Church Notes. The ladies of the Social Circle met with Mrs. G. H. Thorne June IG, with a very good attendance. “A Trip to Great Cities,” was much enjoyed, also the dainty lucbeon served by Mrs. Thorne. Mrs. J. M. Johnston, Sec. M. E. Church—Morning subject: “Christianity, the World Religion.” Sunday evening the first sermon in the senes on “The Home Life," will be giv en. The subjects for the series will be us follows: June 2G, “Marriage.” July 3, “Some Husbands," July 10, “Some Wives." July 17, “The Sons and Daughters of the Home.” Special music will be provided for each of these services. On Sunday evening July 24th, the choir will give a sacred concert. The public is cordially invited to attend all services of the church. Epworth League 6:30, Junior League 2:30, Sunday School 10 a. m. Mid-week prayer service Thursday evening at 8:00. O. W. Auman, Pastor. First Presbyterian Church—The ser vices of this church for the coming week are as follows: Sabbath school at 10 a. in. J. D, Martin, Supt. Preaching at 11 a. in., and 8 p. m., by Rev. J. W. Purcell, Ph. D. Morning theme: “The KingdoD; Its Rise and Progress as De fined by Jesus Christ.” Evening: “Eter nal Life." Christian Endeavor meeting in the evening at 7:30. Meeting for Bible study and prayer every Thursday even ing at 7:45. The regular quarterly Communion will be held Sabbath morning, July 3rd. At this service there will be reception If you arc looking for a good time, celebrate The Fourth at LAMAR There will be a Big Parade, Basket Picnic, Baseball, Races and Sports of all Kinds, Sparring Exhibition, and Grand Display of Fireworks Programme for the Day Salute at Sunrise. 9:00 A. M.—Parade to Fair Grounds in the following order, forming at City Park: Marshal Parrish and Aides Citizens' Band Company C, Colorado National Guard Lamar Fire Department Decorated Bicycles Comics, Ragamuffins and Tatterdemalions, afoot and ahorse Citizens and Visitors in Carriages At the Pair Grounds 10:00 A. M.—Music by quartette. Oration by the speaker of the day. Ball Game—L&mar vs. May Valley. Purse 315. Pony race, race horses barrad; first prize 315, second 810. Basket Dinner in the grove. On Main Street 2:00 P. M.—Wheelbarrow race; first prize 32, second 81. Sack race; first prize 32, second 31. Potato race; first prize 82, second 31. Potato race for boys under 12; first prize 81, second 50c. Three-legged race; first prize 82, second 81. Egg race for girls; first prize 32, second 81. Fat men's race for men weighing over 200 ft»s; first 32, second Si men's race for men weighing under 130; first 32, second 81 100 yard foot race, free for all, four starters; first prize 88, sec ond 85, third 32. Relay race, 440 yards, for boys under 18, three in each string; first prize 37. second 33. Exhibition run and wet test by the Lamar fire department. Six round sparring exhibition between Jim Foley of Arizona and Billy McGraw of Illinois. Evening«B o'clock 3200 display of fireworks. * Prizes in Parade t Best decorated bicycle 82, second best 81. Most comic make-up in Ragamuffin parade 82. second prize 31. Competitors for these prizes must go in the parade from City Park to the Fair Grounds. There will be plenty of free ice water on Main Street and at the Fair Grounds. Citizens and visitors are urged to take their lunch to the Fair Grounds and join in the big basket dinner. Remember no admission charged to grounds or anything else. of members, with baptism of any who may be prepared for that holy ordinance. On Thursday evening, June 30th, serv ices will be held preparatory to the Com munion service which follows on the Sabbath. All these meetings are open to everyone, and you are cordially in vited to attend them. For Sal.:; —Two second hand mowers at a big bargain. See C, C. Huddleston. Nall Iniurance. The Park Region Hail Insurance As sociation of Glenwood, Minnesota has established an agency and is represent ed by W. W. Cooper, at Fret National Bank, Lamar. This company has been thoroughly investigated and 'ib reliable. Call on Mr. Cooper for further particu lars. Improve Your Horses The Prowers County Percheron Horse Company will stand its magnificent Percheron Stallion BICHONNET 34938 at the North Side Livery Barn in Lamar daily during the season. This is a black 3-year old horse, weighing 1825 pounds, and is reg istered in the Percheron Stud Book. Terms: $2O to insure living colt. For Sale Cheap. One good threshing outfit. Birdsel huller, 10 horse power Nichols A Shep herd engine, cook shack and water tank both on good trucks, pitchforks and cooking utensils, all complete. All in good shape. Inquire for F. A. Dowler at Light Plant, Lamar, Colo. It Pays To Paint With Sherwin - Williams Paints The paint that covers most, wears longest, looks best, most economical, and guar anteed fall U. S. standard measure. 0 Wall Paper at MYERS’ PHARMACY B. B. Brown, Prsß. A. N. Parrish, Vice Pres. W.C. Goold.Crr h The First National Bank # OP 4 LAMAR. COLORADO. Capital 850,000 Surplus SIO,OOO tIRBCTORS B. B. Brown. T. M. Brown. W. C. Qum.i.. M. D. Thatcher. A. N. Prrbirh. A. EVERETT * C 9 Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Fresh Meats and Provisions No Accounts Or Cash Basis Run Over 30 Days LAMAR, COLORADO ID. E3. COOPER Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agenv Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We carry the largest stock in onr line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to yon at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAmRDWRAE CO. C. L. Tallmadge’s Homeseekers’ Excursion to Pecos Valley,N.M. and Northern Texas on WEDNESDAY, JUNE aand. The lands flowing with milk and honey. A valley unexcelled for agriculture, fruit and stock raising. For information regarding special railroad rates to homeseekers, call on or address the Local Agent, BARRY HEATON, Lamar, Colo. -Zs__ E 3 - Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats South Main St. ’Phono No. 102 Red. D. L. SILVER exclusive-dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries keeps constantly on hand the best and finest of everything in the Grocery line. SEEDS! SEEDS! Seeding season is here. If you need cane, alfalfa, Lane's Imperial stock beet seed, kaffir corn, milo maize, Whiteside seed oats, seed corn, spring wheat, speltz, barley and field peas, or any other field seeds, call on us, as we carry a com plete line of field seeds at all times during the seeding sea son. PRICES THE LOWEST—SEED THE PUREST Remember that we also handle Canon City Coal rtain Street strain bross