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THE LAMAR REGISTER
Entered at the Postofße* in Lamar, Colo., a* second-clas* mail matter. Published Weekly by 0-3 CO. 33. 2^SEEII.X. Editor and Proprietor Subscription Rate*: One Year *l-50 Three Month* 40c Biz Month* '6 Single Copy 5c Wednesday, Febbuabv ID, 1905 NEW LAMAR FACTORY A New Ceapany Incorporated to Man ■fatare Pressed Brick and Boef Tiling at Lamar Articles of incorporation were filed with the secretary of state yesterday for the Lamar Brick and Stone Co., capital $50,000, with W. C. Gonld, W. J. Wayte and L. Wirt Markham aa incorporators. The new company will pat in a plant for making 25,000 bnek per day and be ready to begin manufacturing brick about April 15. The oompsny has purchased a plat of ground in the northeast part of town and will begin work at once. When in operation the plant will em ploy 2# to 25 men and be a big item in the upbuilding of Lamar. Mr. Markham has been one of the chief promoters of this enterprise, which promises so much for Lauiar, and with his customary persistency has kept at it until success has crowned his efforts. It means the best build ing material in the state at reason able cost for Lamar in addition to a good manufacturing plant.* The capital has been fully assured and a ready market for the product secured. The brick will be manufactured from sand and lime by a German prooees, which has been succeesfully used there for 50 years but only recently introduced in this country. They are absolutely impervious to heat, frost, water or acids, and can be made in all colors. The company will later manufacture a perfect roof tiling by the same procees The machinery is very expensive as it is of the heav iest steel structure. One machine subjects the brick to a pressure equal to 80 tons per brick. They are then placed on oars and run into an im mense steel tube 66 feet long and baked by steam for a period of ten hours, after which they are ready for the market. The product is as much superior to ordinary pressed brick as that is to common brick. Watch Lamar grow! Next! Good Nows for Hotly A telegram from W. M. Wiley at New York to G. W. Stevens at Holly yesterday announced that the direc tors of the A. V. S. B. & I. L. Co. had contracted for building a beet sugar factory at Holly to be com pleted in time for the 1905 beet orop. Holly celebrated the good news in glorious style last night, and the people of Lamar extend hearty con gratulations to the enterprising busi ness men of that flourishing little city on this happy result. They have worked hard and earned snocess. There will now be two factories in Prowers oounty, adding immensely to the value of all property in the oounty and insuring the doubling of the assessed valuation in a few yearn. Prowers oounty has the largest irri gable area of any oounty in the state, and when it is as well settled up hh the northern part of the state will support a half dozen beet sugar fac tories. Two makes a good starter, however. BEGGAR PRINCE OPERA CO. Lamar to be Included In the Com oany’s Western Circuit Manager Lee has decided to chauoe the guarantee required by this ex cellent organization, and Auber’s de lightful Comic Opera will be pre sented in Lamar opera house on Wednesday evening, March Ist. The Company’s route is Topeka, Kansas, Feb. 12; Osage Oity, 13; Emporia, 14; Strong Oity, 15; Her ington, 16; MoPherson, 17; Peabody, 18; Hutchinson, 20 and 21; Lyons, 22; Great Bend, 23 and 24; Lamed, 25; Dodge City 27 and 28; Laiuar,, Colo., Mch. 1; Las Animas, 1; Kooky Ford, 3; La Junta, 4; Trinidad, 5 to 8. This tour continues west to Presoott and Pheonix, back via Bis bee, Douglas and El Paso to Albu querque, lhenoe east to Topeka, St. Joe and Lincoln, for return dates in *•7. and if successful on this first venture of real oomic opera, Manag er Lee may seoure the oompany for • return date late in April, presont ing another opera. Saturday, Feb. 18. The presentation of “His Absent Boy” by Harry Corson Clarke last night at the Crawford was one of the most delightful feature-of the carui val, and the large audionce which attended were more than pleased with the performance. The play was a comedy from beginning to end and if there was one person in the audience who did not enjoy a hearty laugh it was certainly no fault of Mr. Clarke aod his compauy, for the audieuce was kept in roars of laugh ter and showed their appreciation by tremendous applause. Mr. Harry Corson Clarke is no stranger here, having appeared here the last two seasons and each time wiuniug many friends. He is a comedian of no moan ability, His work in the part of Mr. Pennie proved his right to rank among the foremost actors of the day. Joseph Lehmar as Mr. Bur nay, was excellent. Miss Margaret Owen, who possesses a pretty stage presence, and who knows much of the art of acting, made a decided hit in delineating Mrs. Pennie. Miss Myra Ketcham, as Nita, to say the least divided honors with the best of the cast. The remainder of the com pauy were splendid iu their respec tive parts. As a whole this was one of the most pleasing attractions of the most pleasing attractions of the season. The costumes were hand some, the scenery pretty and the play and players would undoubtedly be hard to improve upon. Surely there was nothing more to be desir ed, for it would be safe to say that a nioie satisfied audieuce were never turned away from the theatre. — Wichita Daily Eagle, Thursday, May 19, 1904. Will be at the opera house iu La mar, Feb. 18th. A Big Time. The ladies of the card club gnve their furewel! party for the season lust night and invited a number of their friends to enjoy the event, and it is only fair to suy that all the guests pronounced it the “biggest time” of their lives. The hand some home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johns ton was used for the entertainment aud the ladiee had elaborately decorated it in most exquisite ta»te with hearts of all sizes in honor of St. Valentine’s day. The orowd all came masked and dressed in white Mother Hubbards, decorated with hearts. A number of rounds of “HeurU" were played before the guests unmasked, when a merry time was hud by all present, the men never before realizing bow really beautiful they were until seen in full drees effect. Photo grapher Denning pulled a picture of the crowd that will undoubtedly be an at traction. High Five whs indulged in until a late hour, Mrs. W. W. Cooper and Mr. T. J. Bayler proving the chum pions. After delicious refresh men ts served by the hostesses an hour was spent in dancing and general hilarity, and it was getting somewhat late in the morning when the merriest crowd of the season retired to their homes. The club has been one of the most pleasing social organizations of the town, and certainly the ladies have done themselves proud in their final effort of the season. Big Public Sale. A crowd of over 200 people turned out yesterday at the Lamar ranch for the big public auction of the lands and ef fects of the Lamar Ranch Co. It was the biggest public sale ever held in the Arkansas valley os between $35,000 and $40,000 worth of property was disposed of at prices which were higher on the average than were ever obtained here before. The sale was finely managed for so large an affair, Messrs. Hanna, Jones and Spicer, of the company tak ing personal charge of it. The fine auctioneering ability of C. B. Ray was displayed on the block and he added hundreds of dollars to the amount received by his company. Some of the largest purchasers were O. A. Spicer bought two quarters of land, Peter Schroeder one quarter of land, W. F. Thero 200 cattle, and D. C. Hanna 1,000 sheep. In the midst of the coldest B|>ell of weather for years the company was very lucky to have a splendid day, and the large crowd enjoyed the affair immensely, whether they took part io the bidding or not. Church Notes. Baptist Church—Bible School 10 a m.. preaching II a. m., song service 7 p. m., preaching 7:30 p. m., prayer meet ing, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Taos. O. Maorudkr, Pastor. Notice. Office of the Board of County Commie sioners: The Board in regular session passed the following resolution and requested that a copy of such be sent to each pa per in the county for publication. Be it resolved: That after this date the Board of County Commissioners will not allow any bill for the relief of the poor, unless accompanied by a requisition issued by one of the county commissioners or the county clerk, said requisition to specify the amount of said bill: and further all bills must be accompanied with requisi tions or authorized by some person hav ing authority to do so. W. W. Reynolds, Chairman, Joei. Knowlen, Com. T. J. Sayi.kr, Com. Attest. Geo. D. Robinson, Clk. For cheap town lots as© O. B Thoman. If you want Pepso-Quinine we sell it at 10c a box. You take the risk. Mc- Lean Bros. O. B. Thoman has the best line of fire insurance. He writes farm risks. For Chapped Lips use Rapid Cure Cream, Myers’ Pharmacy. j FOR SALE—A fresh milch cow. In- I quire at this office. Rapid Cure Cream samplos, Myers Pharma *y. Ranches for Rent 320 ncres, seven room hou»<e, *.K) acres alfalfa, four miles east of Luumr, under the M ixwell canal. 10(1 acres, four miles east of Lumar, under the Amity canal. 100 acres, eight miles northwest of Lainar, GO acres alfalfa, under Ft. Lyon canal. Apply to Chas. W. Luck. Fine line of Stationery and Books just in, at McLean’s Dru > Store. Denning’s gallery is open at all times. Cal! and see his new pictures. $20,000 just received for farm louns. No delays. L. Wirt Markham. Warning. Please take notice, that wo strictly forbid camping, hunting, shooting, fish ing or tresHpHsfing on our property, formerly known as the lands of the Ln mar Land And Canal Co., or the Bent ands Tresspassers will be prosecuted ns provided by law. AMERICAN BEET SUGAR CO. W. K. W iNTF.Riiai.tkr. Manger. Chaps cu*‘ed by Ripi 1 Care Cream Myers’ Pharmacy. For bargain* iu farm lauds go to C. b. Thoman. Pepso-Quinine at McLean's Drug Store 10c. Chupped Hand? Try Rapid Cure Cream. Myers’ Pharmacy. KEEP YOUR EYE on a good thing and don’t forget IYERS’ RAPID CURE MET (REAM and (OUCH NISH They are moving every day. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25c and 35c MYERS’ PHARMACY NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Lamar, row. I 1-eb. 10. 1995. S VPOTICB I* hereby given that the following IN named settler ha* tiled notice of In* inten tion to make final proof in support of hi* claim, and that said proof will be made before t lie Keg iateraud Receiver at Lamar. Colo., ou Thurs day. March 21. 1905, vis: Jonathan 11. Dudley. 11. E. No. 4001, for the nw>f aec 27. Twp 22 S.. ling 4* W. Oth P. M lle names the following witnesse* to prove lue confinuou* residence upon, and cultivation of. •aid land, viz: E. M. Jordan, 11. E. Dudley. Siduey Fiinn. of Caddo*. Colo, and B. A. Wilson of Lamar, Colo. flVmtZ John A Wim.iama. Register. Notice of Redemption of Town Warrants. Office of Town Treasurer ) Lamar, Colo., Feb. 15, 19U5. J Notioe is hereby given thut I will redeem at my office the following war rants: AMOUNT NO. DATE OF ISSUE OF WARRANT IBRIOATION FUND. 4411 April 26 I*o4 * 450 i 486 June 8 1004 4 50 oer'l. fund. 4551 April 5 1004 86 no 4352 do 36 no 4875 do «6 00 4406 April 10 1004 7 50 4402 do 12 74 44U0 do 7 50 4405 do 10 i-O 4404 do 10 00 4407 do 2 50 4411 do .. 2 60 4103 do 75" 4410 do 7 50 4401 do 75" 4420 April 28 1004 31 67 4430 May 3 1004 41 67 4431 do I-*' S 3 4435 do 82 45 4434 do II 55 4406 . April 10 1004 2 50 4482 May 3 1004 50 Of 4413 do 60 4364 April 5 1004 *CO 4412 April 10 1004 2 '<• 4461 June 7 1004 51 9" 4463 do 50 00 4465 do 16 50 4450 do 50 <lO 4460 do 14 4o 4458 do 0 00 4462 do 51 70 4502 July 7 1004 M 70 4500 do 50 90 4402 do 62 95 4403 do 31 60 4409 do 45 00 4404 do 2 50 4496 do 46 66 4501 do 3 65 4416 do 2 50 4407 do 3 31 4401 do 75 4496 do 2 50 4556 Aug 2 1004 50 00 HPMCIAL water A water works FUNQ. 4504 July 7 1004 502 25 4524 do 20 15 446 w . do %- 350 1522 do 3 68 4423 do 7 (Hi 4525 do 5500 00 452# do 626 50 4539 Aug 2 1904 220 4545 do 1 50 4540 do 20 60 4548 do 5 06 4568 do 15 58 4*67 do 8 75 4544 do 1 25 4541 do 89 69 4564 do 1 58 RTBET A ALLEY FUND. 4594 Sept 6 1904 50 61 4581 do 25 95 4587 do 3 75 4596 do 1* 50 4586 do 24 85 4583 do 4 35 4589 do 90 Of! 4584 do 8 «5 4666 do 20 00 4582 do 21 00 CBMKTBEy FUND. 4631 Oct 4 1904 20 TO 469f> Nov 9 1904 22 96 Interest on above warrants will cease after March 17th, 1905. OHAS. W. LUCK, Town Treasurer. MORTON STRAIN, Pr.-i lout J. W. PAXTON. Vice Pro*. L. F. ADAMS, Cashier CAPITAL $30,000 THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR , LAMAR, COLORADO DIRECTORS f MORTON STRAIN J. W. PAXTON L. F. ADAMS W. L. MOREHOUSE J. W. ZOLLARS B. T. McCLAVE A. DEETKR Wo want your business, large or small, and offer every fuciliU consistent with safe und conservative banking Accounts Received Subiect to Check. Money Orders Sold NEW BICYCLE SHOP Every'hing new and up-to-date Repairing a specialty Key work Guns to rent Scott’s cactus proof tires See my new Hudson Racer G. S. DAVIS Two Doors South of Union Hotel BUSINESS PRUDENCE Do not wend your money to the low interest companies of the east when a better policy at lower rate can be bad in the CENTRAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY of the the Uoited States, where every policy is secured by approved secur ities deposited with the State of lowa. The economical management, the higher interest earnings aud the absolute security uuder the old line insur anco law of lowa are sufficient reasons why you sbould secure a policy in the Central Life Assurance Society of the United States. Annual Rates per $1,000.00 Charged on the Twenty Annual Payment Life Policy by the following Companies: Ago 21 Age 25 Age 30 Ago 35 Ago 40 Ago 45 Ago 50 Kquitable of Now York $29 HI stl h 3 $3l 76 $3B 34 $42 79 $4B 52 <56 17 New York Life 29 HI 31 83 34 76 3H 34 42 79 48 52 56 17 Northwestern, Milwaukee 2H 05 31 33 31 24 37 HO 42 14 47 95 55 59 Mutual Lifo of Now York 2-H 28 3.) 25 33 20 36 H7 41 46 47 42 55 38 Aetna Llfo of Connecticut! 28 07 30 48 33 40 36 96 41 3, 46 82 53 91 Uuiou Mutual, Port 1 ni'i. Me 29 81 31 H 3 34 76 38 34 42 79 48 52 66 17 Central Life. De* Moines 26 10 28 10 31 10 3-5 00 39 80 46 20 50 SO US F. R. MATHEWS Dist. Agt. Southeast Colorado and Western Kansas Hume Address, Garden City, Kas. For chappod hands and fac i try our Moss Rose Croam. McLean Bros., the reliable druggists. Parties wishing to sell town lots or land should call on W. J. Millsap in the Huddleston building. “The eentrrl Life Assurance Society of the United States'* is organized under the old line insurance laws of the State of lowa, and under these laws the most thorough state supervision is exercised and the greatest safety is guaranteed to policy holders. Call on or address, F. It. Mathews, Diet. Agt. Ordinance No. 79. An Ordinance l»r<.tiding for the Closing of Suloontt ut Midnight und on Sunday. Be it ordaiund bjr tie* Hoard of Trustee* of the Town of Lamar. < «>lo. Section 1. Every -aloon. bar or other place where spirituous, vmous malt, or ot her liquor* are kept, sold, boro.rod, exchanged and given away or are kept, wold, bartered, exchanged or given away, witliin t lie corporate limits of the I'own of Lamar, Colorado, or within one mile beyond the outer boundaries thareof, shall ho closed and kept clo-ed from twelve o'clock at midnight until si - o'clock iu the morning of everyday iu the week, except Sunday ortho lirst day of the week, ami on Sunday or the first day of the week a- aforesaid the said places hereinbefore in this section mentioned shall be closed at trolve o’clock at midnight on Saturday of each a * I every week and kept clos ed until six o'clock in the morning of the fol lowing Monday of each ami every week; that during the time au l limes herein specified in which the said sal is, bars and other places aro to lie kept closed, no li<|uor of any kind whatsoever shall l>" sold, bartered, exchanged or given away, and no person or [lersons whom soever. other than those connected with the business of carrying on or keeping the said *a lihiii. bar or other place or places as aforesaid -hall be permitted '•> he or remain in or annual tiie same, hut all and every such person or |»cr sons shall 1m« expelled and put out of the same; and if it shall apis-ar that a person or |M»rsous not employed in and about the business as aforesaid, shall be promittod to remain in the said saloon or other place or place* as afore said, such fact shall he prima facie evidence in favor of the guilt of the accused party or part- Section 2. That 'luring the timeor time*speci fied in Section I. of this ordinance, iu which the said saloons, bais. and other places are closed, whore spirituous. \ mous. malt or other liquors are kept, sold, 4i.tr* -red, exchanged and given away as aforesaid, within the corporate limits of the Town of Lamar. Colorado, or within one mile beyond tin- outer boundaries thereof.no screen, curtain oi other obstruction to view shall ho lilac.‘<l or kept in frout of any door or window of such place or places, nor shall there be used any staim-'l or painted glass -in the windows or doors of such placo or places. Section 3. Any and every person convicted of violating any of tlio provision- of this ordin ance shall he punish d by a tine of not less than rwanty-flvo dollar- not more than three hun dred dollars iu the discretion of the Court or may Im* imprisiom-d in the jail used by the said Town of Lamar for a period of not more than ninety days, or hy l.oth such Hue and imprison ment at the disci :i >n of the Court. Section, 4. This ordinance shall he in force und oifoct live day- from and after its publica tion in the Lamar iiegistor. Passed aud approved this 6th day of Fob. A. D. 1905. Attest: C. C. HUDDLESTON, U. W, IIEATON. Mayor. Ch-rkatui Recorder. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS. Office of the State Hoard of Land Com missioners Denver, Colo., Jan. 31, 1905. NOTICE is herein given that C. W. Hurko whose postollit-o address is Pro wore* Colo rado. on Jauunry J-, 1905. made application No. 948 to the Sr i*e Hoard T>f Land Commis sioner* to lea-e the following descrilied lnd. School Land-, situate in Prowers County, Colorado, towit : N\V If of Sec r. Twp 21. South, Range 47 Weal • Soother application.-to lease the above de scribed promises or objections against the above application will bo considered nfter March 7th, 1905 Mark (L Woodruff, Register State Hoard Land Commissioners. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS Office of tub St\tr Hoard of Land Com missioners Denver. Colorado, Jan. 23, 1905. UOTICE is hereby given that Mary Cain *' whose post i rtlice address is Lamar, Colorado, on Jan. :3rd, 1905, made application No.; 937 to the Slate Hoard of Land Commis sioners to lea-- the following described School Lately situate in Prowers County, Colorado, to-wit : Nw If of sw If and of sjf section 36, Town sliiS 27 South. Rang.. 47 West. No other api.lic.-u mus to lease tho above de scribed premise- nr objections against the abovo application will bo considered after February 28th, 1905. MARK «. WOODRUFF. Register State Hoard Laud Commissioners. Greatly in Demand Nothing is more ia demand than a medicine which meets modern require ments for a blood and system cleanser, such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles. Try them, Only 25c at I. H. Myers. DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF.-NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. U. 9. Land Office Lam ah, Colo. ) Jan. It), 19%. f Notice is hereby given that Margaret A. He- Mil I in. of Carlton, Colorado, has filed no tice of intention to mako proof on her deaort land claim No. 16*1. for the iw' t m>U, self iw l ., b. c 2; uH uw I *, *oc U. T23S, R 45 W., 6th p. m„ before the Register aud Receiver at Lainar, ('olorndo, on Thursday, the 23rd day of Febr uary, 1905. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation aud roclamatiou of said land: Charles Maxwell, of Lainar, Colorado, James 11. Wing, David H. Edwards aud George E. Case, of Carlton, Colorado. ;lsf22 John A. Williams, Register, DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF-NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, ) Lamar. Colo., dan. 16, 1995. j Notice is hereby given that Mary E. McMilin. of Carlton, Colorado, has tiled notice of in tention to make proof on her desert-laud claim No. 157. for the sw 1 * uwlf, sec 11; self noI*, 1 *, nX *«>*.' swlf self sec 19; nw 1 * uelf and e'inwif. sec 15. T 23 S. R 45 W 6th p, m.. before the Reg ister aud Receiver, at Lainar. Colorado, on Thursday, the 23rd day of February, 1995. She names the following witnesses to prove tiie complete irrigation anil reclamation of said land: Churles Maxwell of Lamar, Colorado, James 11. Wing, David E. Edwards and (leorge E. Case, of Carlton, Colorado. j!Bf22 John A. Williams. Register. Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired by R. M. ZIEGLER Upstairs, first door nortli of North Bido Hotel ‘if Needing a New Plow? We have all the various members of the Plow family assembled at oar store ready for you to step in and pick out the one you are in need of. These plows are made by the well known makers, Jno. Deere Plow Co., and are a marvel of strength and utility. We have Beet Plows and all other kinds of PLOWS ALSODAIN’S HAY TOOLS C. C. Huddleston A. EVERETT * C 9 Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Fresh - Meats and Provisions No Accounts Op Cash Basis Run Over 30 Days LAMAR, COLORADO Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc We carry the largest stock in onr line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CP. D. L. SILVER exclusive dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries keeps constantly on hand the best and finest of everything in the Grocery line. gil Cole’s Hot Blast Stoves S Latest Improved Heating and Cooking Stoves are found at CARL BROS. Also Carries a Large Stock of Furniture, Hardware, Tinware, etc Js._ IE 3 . HENET Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats South Main St. 'Phone No. 102 Red. 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