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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
laUrad at the PoatoSloe at Lamar, Colorado aa Ueoond-claaa Mail If attar. PUBLISHED HVEKY WEDNESDAY BT OHIO. 23. Editor amo Proprietor. SoßaoßiPTioH Kates : Ona Yaar II BO ■lx Mentha 76 Three Months 60 Lamar, Colorado, June 20,1004 REPUBLICAN TICKET For President Theodore Roosevelt For Vice-President Ciiah W. Fairbanks For Congress 2nd Diet. H. M. 11000 Grover Cleveland says Roosevelt is nn unsafe man for president. Un safe for the interests Cleveland rep resents. Cleveland made snch a success as president himself, that be feels called on to lectnre others. The Rocky Ford Tribnne, edited by the ohairman of the democratic connty committee lays the nomina tion of Roosevelt up to Providence. We are willing to admit it, that is where all the good things come from. The Denver News has been the ad vocate of the strikers, and its editor their attorney, in every strike which has occured in Colorado in the past fifteen years, and now it has deserted the oanse. A strike has been organ ized by a number of its advertisers and subscribers, and now Sherman Bell in all his glory cannot denounce strikers like Mr. Patterson and his News. The big republican convention at Chioago last week was turned into a grand ratification meeting in which the orators of the parly voiced the sentiments of the voters with regard to President Roosevelt and his ad ministration. No man has ever held the office of president and met with more general approval from all olasses of citizens, and his election is a foregone conclusion. Sugar Factory Notes. The recent heavy rains have in suied a large beet crop. The pros pects for this time of the season has never been hotter since the factory was built. A force of about fifty men are at work at the factory putting the ma chinery in the best possible shape. Large quantities of coal and lime stone are unloaded and stored for the operating season. Applications books for campaign positions have already been opened, and old hands will be given the pref erence as in the past, provided they apply in time. Interested parties should apply at once. We are in formed that it is preferable if appli cants call in person at the offioe be tween five and six o’clock p. m., as a special party is in charge at that hour to take applications. Every one is looking forward to a very smooth and prosperous cam paign, and the Enterprise hopes and predicts the best and longest cam paign on recoad for Rooky Ford.— Enterprise. The Democracy in Extremis. The democratic party in many parts of the north is nearer dissolu tion than most people imagine. Its ablest men are in retirement. Hun dreds of thousands of its most intel ligent supporters have been forced for so long a time to act with the republicans that they no longer pre tend to affiliate with it. In only a few states is there anything like a genuine democratic organization, and ' even in these the men in control of ! the party know not at what instant some predatory bands of socialists . and popnlists may displace them. There is absolutely no hope and ' there is no prospect of national dem ocratic reorganization and rehabilita tion except as the southern states shall with practical unanimity take control of matters at St. Louis, and with uncompromising devotion to ' principle and precedent, cast out all | the elements which have brought \ the party to its present degredation- ; If this is a forlorn hope it is at least , a hope, and in all earthly affairs hope 1 W faaeatial. —Chicago Chronicle. 1 Church Notes. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. Trnxler Thursday July 7, at 2:30. All the members and friends of the church aro cordially in vited. The ladies of the Social Circle aro invited to meet with Mrs. C. C. Hud dleston Friday afternoon. July Ist. Mrs. J. M. Johnston, Sec. First Presbyterian Church—We an nounce the following services for the week: Preparatory Service Thursday evening, June 30th, at 8 o’clock. It ia earnestly desired that this service shall be well attended, especially by our mem bers. The regular morning .hour on next Sabbath will be devoted to the cel ebration of the Holy Communion. At this service baptism of any desiring that holy ordinance, and reception of mem bers will take place. Preaching Sab b ith evening by the pastor. Subject: "Indifferent Gallio.” Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor meeting in the evening at 7:30. All are welcome to these services. M. E. Church—Dr. F. H. H. Rob erts of Denver will preach in the mornig. Sunday evening the second sermon in the Hones on “The Home Life,” will be giv en. The subjects for the series will be as follows: June 26, “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 21th, 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. CATARRH jMffb Ely’s Cream Balm This Remedy Is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Size, 50 cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Wsrrsn St.. Nsw York It Pays # To Paint With Sherwin - Williams Paints The paint that covers most, wears longest, looks best, most economical, and guar anteed full U. S. standard measure. Wall Paper at MYERS’ PHI NOTICE FOR PUBLICALION. U. 8. Land Orrios, Lamab Colo, i June 29. 1904. f Notico is hereby Riven tlißtthofollowinß-nnm ed settlor has tiled notice of her iuteation to tnako Huai proof in support of her claim,and that said proof will be made beforo tho Koßistor and Receiver at Lainar, Colorado, on Friday Aur. 11. 1904. vis: May E. Lan*fellow. li. E. No. 1518 for tho B«BWUSJ< HE*. sec 17, two 21 s. riiß 46 W 6 p. m. She names the foliowinß witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: GoorßO H. Perdue. M. B Perdue, Dan Mc- Lean, Tillie Davis all of Lamar, Colo. John A. Williams. Boßister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Officb at Lamab, Colo. ) June 19. 1904. J rTICK is hereby Riven that tho foliowinß named settlor has tiled notice of her inten tion to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made before the Res istor ami Receiver at Lamar, Colo., on Fri day. Aur. 12. 1904, vis: Eva Lanßfallow, H. E. No. 6517, for the SEV» NW*. NEV* BW* AN* HEX sec 17. twp 22 s, rnu 46 W, 6 p. m. She names t heffollowiuß witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Usorge H. Perdue, M. H. Perdue, Dan Mo- Loan, Tillie Davis, all of Lamar, Colo. J29-aI John A. Williams, Register. If you arc looking for a good 1 time, celebrate i The Fourth i l 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 tilt* speaker of tho day. Ball Game—Lamar vs. May Valley. Purse §l5. Pony race, race horses barred; first prize §l5, second §lO. Basket Dinner in the grove. On Main Street 2:00 P. M.—Wheelbarrow’ race; first prize §2, second §l. Sack race; first prize §2, second §l. Potato race; first prize §2, second §l. Potato race for boys under 12; first prize §l, second 50c. Three-legged race; first prize §2, second §l. Egg race for girls; tiret prize §2, second §l. Fat men’s race for men weighing over 200 lbs; first §2, second §1 Lean men’s race for men weighing under 130; first §2, second §1 100 yard foot race, free for all, four starters; first prize §B, sec ond §5, third §2. Relay race, 440 yards, for boys under 18, three in each string; first prize §7, second §3. 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 §2OO display of fireworks. Prizes in Parade Best decorated bicycle §2, second best §l. Most comic make-up in Ragamuffin parade §2, second prize §l. 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. General School Fund Apportionments. ss* ; ' - a 5 Stato * "27 69 £ Stato f PJ State f 963 35 & Stato $ S 2 <’onuty 5715 22 £ County 840 89 £ County 2097 82 £ County 814 87 2 -a Ponal * Penal a Fenal 2 Penal X _ Total 6442 91 Total 840 89 Total 40sl 17 Total 814 87 c: co n a « n h c ts ft " » a JJ- 60 5 Firzt Quarter ip Second Quar. ip Third Quarter jp Fourth Quar. P m Rate per Cap. —‘ Rate per Cap. Rate per Cap. ~ Rato per Cap. g »•«« £ ».48 p 3 $2.34 % #0.46 1 16 > 21 $ 76 86 10 08 49 14 9 66 I 3 44 161 04 21 12 99 96 20 24 6 2 7 32 96 4 68 92 6 194 710 0 4 93 12 453 96 89 24 77 25 62 3 36 16 38 3 22 8 121 442 86 58 08 283 14 55 66 I 9 21 76 86 10 08 49 14 9 66 11 59 215 94 52 24 90 121 68 33 92 12 19 69 54 9 12 41 46 8 74 IS 25 91 50 12 00 5s 50 11 50 14 601 1833 66 240 48 1172 81 280 46 15 34 124 44 16 32 79 56 15 64 10 21 76 86 10 08 49 11 9 66 17 15 54 90 7 20 35 10 6 90 18 10 36 60 4 80 23 40 4 60 19 34 124 44 16 32 79 56 15 64 20 33 120 78 it 84 77 22 15 18 23 41 157 88 20 64 100 62 19 78 24 25 91 50 12 00 58 50 11 60 25 20 73 20 9 60 46 c 0 9 20 38 16 68 56 7 68 37 44 7 36 27 197 721 02 94 56 460 98 90 62 28 96 851 38 46 08 224 61 44 16 81 42 153 72 20 16 98 28 19 32 82 31 113 4*l 14 88 72 51 14 26 33 80 109 80 14 40 70 20 13 80 34 8 29 28 8 84 18 72 3 68 35 16 64 90 22 10 66 M 48 10 12 37 50 188 00 24 00 117 00 23 00 38| 91 82 94l 4 821 21 06| I hereby certify that the above is a correct statement of the regular ap portionments of the General School Fund made during the school year beginning July 1, 1903 and ending June 30, 1904. J. A. ROSEBIIOTGH, County Superintendent of Schools. B. B. Bbown, Pres A. N. Pabrish, Vice I’reß. W. C. Gould, Ou h - The First National Bank & OF LAMAR. COLORADO. Capital $50,000 Surplus $lO,OOO X IRBCTORS B. B. Brown. T. M. Brown. W. 0. Gould. M. D. Thatoder. A. N, Parrish. A. EVERETT * C 9 Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Fresh Meats and Provisions No Accounts On Cash Basis Run Over 30 Days LAMAR, COLORADO 3D. H 2. COOPER -Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agent. 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 LAMAR HARDWARE CO. C. L. Tallmadge’s Homeseekers’ Excursion to Pecos Valley,N.M. and Northern Texas * on WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th. The lauds flowing with milk and honey. A valley unexcelled for agriculture, fruit and stock raising. For information regardihg special railroad rates to homeseekers, call on or address the Local Agent, BARRY HEATON, Lamar, Colo. -K.. x=. xxsisris-sr Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats South Main St. ’Phone 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. IC E! 1C E! Don’t Yon Want Some Ice in “The Good Old Summer Time.” We have as good natural ice as evergrowed in Prowers County and solicit a share of your trade. Ice delivered to all parts of town every morning by careful and polite ice men. Call up phone 42 Black or drop us a card. Satisfaction guaranteed T Our Original Canon Coal for your cook stove or range and improve your cook’s temper Strain Bros,.