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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
*' %'a.tsr Editor abstracts The only set of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Prowers County. Abstracts to Farm and City Proper ty furnished on shortest no tice. Also owners of Bald win, Jay it- Co.’s Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords precious to the fire of JMBB- Terms reasonable. Address, PROWERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. ~r.» m«j. Colorado money to loan Plenty of Cheap Money for good Farm and City Loans. Call and see me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. J. It. (Jordon, of Gruuudu, was a Lu mar visitor on Saturday. Mrs. T. J. Sayler returned from n visit of several weeks in Pueblo on Sun d »y. Mrs J. A. Payne, nnd daughter re turned from St. Louib, and report u tine time seeing the Fair and buying a big stock of fall millinery. The sidewalk on the Santa Fe railway right of way is being replenished with a new coating of cinders. It will m ike quite an improvement. Miss Rosa Thotnan returned from Illi nois lust Thursday morning. She had a most delightful trip, and took in the Worlds’ fair on her way home. The young lad who was with the Noble troupe, ond who sung for the il lustrated songs, made quite a hit with the young people. The older 01 es en joyed his singing, also. Leslie Maxwell, who now resides at. Kinsley, Kansas, came in yeeterda morning to spend the week with friends. He says he could not miss the fair and just had to come. At the postotlice the past two weeks, almost daily, has appeared posted up a verse of the well known poem, “Train eight” “Hours lute.” The summer vacation is nearly ended and in a short time the schools will open. Lamar has a lot of nice looking school children und it is a pleasant sight to see them going and coining from school. Denning, the picture man, has made some improvements in bis gallery. He has newly papered the rooms, and fitted up a very neat reception room. His gal lery is well appointed and they do say thuth9 takes mighty good pictures. George 8. Henry, who has some prop erty over in the east end of Bent coun ty spent a couple of dnys this week, at tending to affairs connected with his farms. He likes this country and comes from Denver every year and enjoys the visit. Charles Downing, who is now located at Delagua, Colo., is here for a week’s stay, having come home to attend to Borne business matters, and to take in the fair. He says that he has be» ndo ing veil at Delagua and hua iII he ca . d > at his trade. Miss Geneva Morehouse, accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. Thomas Berry und Miss Corrinne Morehouse, left for a two w *eks trip on last Friday. They intend to spend the whole time at the World’s Fair nnd see everything that cau be seen in thnt time. Friday night there was a terrific thunder and lightning display, and it kept up for a couple of hours, but | Ter y little ra u materialized in Lamar. The surrounding country received a good soaking, however, at several places, o'ihers lining missed. 0 Chore was great rejoicing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H Wrighton hist Tuesday. The cause was the ar rival of a young sou, the first child to bless their home. All are doing well, and the little one will be named James Martin Wright, in honor of his grand D. Martin. Noble’s Dramatic Company was at the opera house for three days last week and were greeted by fair sized audi e.ices. The troupe is a favorite with Lamar people and they are always wel come with their band and orchestra. The company is booked here for next year, during fair week. John Reimer, of Grand Island, Ne braska. was in Lamar last Thursday. Mr. Reimer fall feeds every year from 1500 to 21)00 cattle and has a large prop erty interest at his home. He was in vestigating the prospects for starting a similar business at Lamar and was very favorably impressed with the advant ages of this locality. A team from Golladay’s livery was tied in front of the Union hotel while the driver went into get the man who wus to use the outfit. Something scar ed the horses and they broke loose, ran towards the stable and brought up agdost a tree. No d. m .ge was done, exc-pt that Vern’s nerves have been a little shaky since the occurrence, which was last Thursday. M pb Sada Talbott of the Joseph New man Company comes to Lamar opera house Thursday and Friday nights, A ig. 25-26, has this season a number of bright selections which include two monologues,‘Marguerite’s Husband and “A Good Dinner.” She will rlso appear with Mr. Newman in the little comedies “fjeap Year,”"A Happy Puir, 1 ’ and “My Milliner’* Bill.” P. N. Shroedflr will hold a meeting at the Pleasant Valley Schodl House on Aug, 30 to organize a branch of thtt American Society of Equity. The so ciety claims thnt its purpose is to make nearer and better markets for the farm ers, improve their methods and diffuse knowledge and make an ideal condition in the farming community. It claims a membership of 15,000,000. Tho following teachers were present nnd took the examination at the court house Inst Th i red ay and Friday. Missis Emma B. Chaplin, Ruth Quinton, Olive Pittman. May E. Graham, Carrie H Lamson, Luella Hopper, Edna T. Mask er, Mrs. Ella D. Barnes, Mr. Guy T. Hudson, Arthur W. Morehouse and Her bert G. Lamson. Miss Rowe took the examination also, her papers being sent to Bent county. Several others took the examination at Granada, but their names were not obtainable. Under Sheriff J. H. Frisbie, owing to other business interests has handed in his resignation to take effect September Ist. He has been occupying the posi tion for four years and a half, during two years of which owing to the deplor able accident to Sheriff Tats he has been practically in charge. He haa made a good record ns an oflicer, having cap tured a larger per cent of criminals than any previous official, and many friends regret his determination to resign. Don’t Miss tho Races. A number of race horsee are already at the stalls at the fair grounds and sev eral car loads will arrive during the week. It is evident there will be more and better horses entered than ever be fore. The racing program will be a hummer and no doubt of iL Owing to rush of fair advertising much reading matter was left out last week. Among other items the account of the meeting of the county central committee. It was the best attended meeting of the kind ever held here and shows the interest in the aampsign. Every precinct was represented and there were a number of spectators. Among those up from the east end as committeemen or spectators were 8. F. W h te, Holly, J. H. Newman, O. H. Thomas and C. A. Brakeman, Amity. J. L. Mayfield, J. A. lioeebrough and Mrs. W. W. Jones, Granada, Geo. E. Case, M. J. McMillin amf Capt. J. H. Wing, Carl ton. All spoke enthusiastically of re publican prospects in their section. This community was shocked last Fri day to hear of the sudden death of Lee Harnden, at his home in Los Angeles of apoplexy. Mr. Harnden was formerly a substantial business man of Lamar and wus well known and liked by all our peo ple. He was married here last winter to Miss Gertrude Dodds and moved the first of the year to California. He end his wife were preparing for a visit to relntives in Lamar at the time of his sudden death. The remains were taken back to lowa by Mrs. Harnden for inter m nt at his old home. She has the heartfelt sympathy of her Lamar friends in her great loss. Mrs. Jas. Dodds ac companied her daughter from Lamar ( lowa. Rural Free Dallvary Rauta No. a. Foe toll! ce, Lamar, Colo., Aug. 22, I'JOI, This routs runs w_*et from Lamar to Prowers, thence north and east to Rural Telephone Station, thence east and south to Lamar. The Department has ordered service to begin Sept. 15. Per sons on or tributary to the route, desir ing this service, are required by the reg ulutions to erect at their own cost, rural boxes of some pa tern approved by the department, te be on the roadside so that carrier cin easily obtain access to them, without dismounting from his vs hc e. A list of “approved boxes" may be seen nt this office. Boxes should be securely fastened '* . s.ibetantial post, 4 feetfrom thegrouid uid the duplicate key delivered to the postmaster on or before Sept. 15. It is importing that the boxes be erected in time and ready for the service, on Bept. 13th. D. E. Cooper, Postmaster. Fair Notes Reserved seats in the grand stand will be sold on the same terms as last year. The seats are now on sale at I. H. Myers’ drug store. Fifteen fast horses —both gallopers and harness horses—are now being worked out dally at the fairgrounds track. A carload of racers arrived from Djnver yesterday. All Superintendents, together with Assistants, are requested to be on the f.ur grounds promptly Wednesday morning, or before if they think neces sary. to receive exhibits and arrange for placing of same. All information desired about making entries in races, bucking contests, farm ers wagon race, cow boy relay race, etc., should be made of Mr. Chaa. W. Luck, Asa’t Secretary, at the office of A. E. Bent. Dr. Price’s CREAM Baking Powder IN USE THE MOST ECONOMICAL Greater in leavening strength, a spoonful raises more dough, or goes farther. Price Baking Pawdsr Ca. All partiea furnishing materials or I goods of any description to the Fail* * association should only do so on the written order of some one In authority, > attaching same to the Invoice, and mail - lig at once to the secretary. * Until the first day of the fair, the office of the secretary will be at the office of the Lamar Milling Ac Elevator company, phone 332 Red. During the fair the office will be at the entrance to the grounds where any Information desired can be had. The fair association was notified on Monday that the BralCerd & Patterson carnival company had canceled all its dates in the valley. This action was quite a disappointment to the manage ment, which went to considerable trouble to secure the attractions for fair week. The officials are in corr - spondenoe with other show people, how ever, and some other attraction may be secured. Child’s season tickets, good for three days, 50 cents; adult's reason tickets good for three days, $1; family tick* t, good for three davs, $2 50, may be prt - cured at the stores of McLean Bros , i. H. Myers and Up-to-Date Drug Co, or from W. C. Gould, treasurer. Se cure your t'c .ets before the fair and avoid delay. The fair grounds present an inviting appearance now, the newly painted fences and buildings standing out sharp ly against the dense green foliage of the trees. A Denver man who saw the fair grounds for the first time yesterday threw up his hands in admiration and said, “This has everything of the kind In the state beaten a mile.” And he has been around enough to know. All parties desiring to made applica tioq for privileges, either on the fair grounds or in town, should apply to the Secretary at once, this especially apply ing to applications to run lunch count ers or dining room on the grounds, ami those desiring to make application for concessions on the fair grounds should do so in writing to the Secretary at once. Parties desiring to make entries in any department at the fair will make same with Mr. W. F. McCue, Aas’L. sec retary, in charge or entries. He will be found at the office of the McCue Lum ber Co., until Wednesday, morning, August 24th, the first day of the fair, wbsn us will be in the office under the grand atand at the fair grounds. Please make your entries as early as possible sad avoid the rush and delay of waiting , until the last day to make them. Every indication points to unusually large crowds at the fair this year and a great many will want sleeping accomo dations and ws request of all those who have extra room to spars to list seme with Mr. Geo. A. Watson at onoe, who will attend to assigning applications for lodging to those desiring same. It is very necessary for the comfort of our visitors during the fair, that anyone having rooms to spare shall offer same, as there is no doubt but what every available room will be occupied. Colorado Springs, Colo., Aug. 23, 1901. Annul Log Rolling Modern Woodmen. Rate 96.45 for round trip, Dates of sale Aug. 22, 23 and 24. Final return limit August 25. For ehaap town lots see O. B rhoman. If you are looking for a safe, profit able investmeht, see F. R. Mathews Sal Id tar for **Tha Baakar’a Life Insurance Has'a. af Oaa Melnea, lowa,” now in its twenty-fifth year. FOR TBA DE—First-Class Stock Ranch, in Baca county. Well improved plenty of water and timber. Will trade for good alfalfa farm under Fort Lyon oanai. C. S. Smith. Stockholders Mooting. Lamar. Colo., July 30, 1904. A special meeting of the stockholders of The Big Bend Rural Telephone Com psny will b# held at the Silver Dais school house on Tuesday, Sept. 6,1904,at 9 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of consul ering Art. 6 of the Articles of Incorpor ation. At 11 s. m., of the seme day, and at the same place, the regular annual meeting will be convened for the pur pose of electing directors for the ensu ing year, levying assessment, end the transaction of any other business con nected with the aforesaid company. Respectfully. Chah. F. Hoao, Sec’y. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS Orncs or thb Stats Boabd or Land Com msaiOMßßS Denver, Colorado. Aug. 15, 1904. I OTIC B is hereby *iven that The Balvation Army, whose postoffice address is Amity, Colorn.lo. on Aar IHb. !M»4. made application No. 551 to the Stain Board of Land Commis sioners to lease the following described Int. Imo. Lands, situate in Prowers Connty, C 'NX oMSjwVand NW* of SE V See. 3, Twp. LI Bouth. Bapge «• West. . . No other applications to lease the above de scribed premises or objections af*h> at th ® above application will be considered after Septembe 50th. » 90 *^ ABK Q WOODRUFF. Register State Board Land Commissioners. Lafeo: “I'll lova a maid the better, whilst I bava tooth in my head." Perhaps You’ll Need Is Daring 1914 I 4* k«k trail Altai waft 1 A Mt 4a aij atker kis4 I caaiat affar4 ta A ftt4 wart at par prices I caaaat aff«r4 to A pew wart at aay price I kite tke kest af tnialat I kave tke kest ef iastraaeaU I kave a caapletelj egsippe4 office laa lacate4 at Item 3 a*4 4 Irwia lleck I an C. S. WILSON, D. #. 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