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THE LAMAR REGISTER
Entered at the Postofllee in Lamar, Colo., as second-class mail matter. Pnbliahed Weekly by ataco. 23. *£2BSixexx.x. Editor and Proprietor Subscription Rates: One Year $1.50 Three Months....4oc Sis Months 78 Single Copy 5c Wednesday, February 22, 1005 Brooks Land Bill Will Pass. Auditor Boat received s telegram yesterday from Congressman F. E. Brooks, whioh stated that bis bill for increasing land allotments in eastern Colorado had been mads a special order in the national house for Thors day, and expressed the opinion that it would pass. By the provisions of this bill, in all that portion of Colorado east of the 105th meridian, government land may be taken np by settlers in sec tions, and it is believed that it will operate to populate and make pro ductive all of the great plains in the eastern part of the state that are now given over to ooyotes and rattle snakes. On this land a man oannot make a living on 100 acres, bat if he can get a quantity of it together in several hundred acres, it is possible to do something, as he can have a small herd of cattle and afford to pot on suitable improvements. There are some 7,000,000 acres of the land and it is believed that this will all be taken np within six months after the passage of the act. As improvements will be put on the land, it is estimated that the meas are will add 920,000,000 in assessed valuation to the state in a year or two. The state land hoard the rail roads which own vast t .«»*• a of land that are now useless, rr.„ work in harmony with the gov m lent laud offices in getting settlers on the vast area. —Denver Republican. Funeral of F. A. Falkenburg. “Dam tacet olamat. Though si lent he claims.” It is thus that the tens of thou sands of Woodmen in the Pacific jurisdiction like to remember theii late head oounsul, F. A. Falkenbnrg, and although the body from which the little spark of life flickered out last Tuesday was with them for a few hours yesterday they think of him as being still with them. At 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon, just a» the last rays of sun were sinking behind the snow clad moun tain peaks, a white dove carrying a tiny olive branch in its bill set free over the last resting place of one of the greatest fraternalists the oountry ever saw, and as the chorus of thir ty voioee sang softly, “Lead, Kindly Light,” the thousands of men and women there turned back to their homes, feeling as if they had lost one of the greateet things in their lives. Just how much F. A. Falkenburg was loved and reverenced was learn ed at the services which were held at 2 o’clock at Trinity ohuroh. Never before in the history of the city has there been such a manifestation as there was yesterday. By the time the services were begun it was esti - mated that fully 2,500 people wore gathered in the churoh and at the conclusion and as the procession, ten blocks in length, wouud slowly along Broadway and up Colfax ave nue, nearly 50,000 people bowed their heads in reverenoe and houor to the man who had so thoroughly taught them the real meaning of fraternalism and true brotherly love. Nearly every one of the camps in the nearby towns were present, lined along the street, and as the four blaok horses bearing the h< arse passed by them they unfurled their crepe draped banners and bared their heads.—Denver Poet Music and Drama “Fra Diavolo,” ever popular in Winnipeg, was chosen by tbe Beg gar Prince Opera Company for its opening bill at the Winnipeg Thea tre last evening and the production was staged in a manner highly satis* factory to the large audience « hioh waa present. The opera is so well known in Winnipeg that it is un neooessary to say anything as to its merits; the musio is of good class and always pretty, while the lilireto is bright and sparkling. The Beggar Prinoe Company, which will play for a short season in the city, is a well balanced organize tion and rejoioes in the possession of not only good singers but of a comedy team that will take a lot of beating. While all the principles were not oast in roles exactly to iheir liking, the pieoe ran smoothly from •tart to finish and proved most on-1 joyable. The prims donna, Miss Irene Pal mer is a young lady of excellent ap pearance and tine voice. Her aoting in the part of “Zerlena” left nothing to be desired and her singing in the disrobing sceue in the second aot waa heartily applauded. G. B. Bronti, the leading tenor, had a part in “Fra Diavolo” which gave him ample opportunity to show both the range and quality of his voice and he made the most of it. He has a fine robust voice and al though occasionally bis high notes had a metallic ring, his general work was most pleasing. F. W. Walters, the possessor of a good baritone register, sang tbe part of “Lorenzo” very aoceptibly, while the other principals acquitted themselves with credit. The chorus, while not lafge, is well trained and knows exactly what i» expected of it. Tbe whole peiform ance is quite worth seeing and the run should prove a success. —Tb«* Telegram, Winnigeg, Manitoba, Fri day, May 20, 1904. Will be at the opera house here on March Ist Don’t miss it. George Trommlitz in Trouble. Tbe case of George Trommlitz, charged with forgery on six counts, was continued over for a week in the West Side court this morning. A peculiar feature of the case was that Trommlitz had never been properly bonded since his preliminary hearing, May, 10. At that time he was al lowed to go, but by aa oversight no bonds were made out. Trommlitz, however, appeared yesterday morn ing when summoned and was ready for trial. The checks he was accu* ed of forging were on the Colorado National bank, the name of J. H. Klett being sigued to the in*tru£ moots. —Denver Republican. A Mere Matter of Words. Hugh O. Pentecost relates with great glee a little incident which came under bis observation daring a trip in Florida. “We were driving up to tbe hotel in a stage,” said he, “when we passed a bayou on the bank of which several alligators were visible. One of the passengers, who was evidently in pursuit of useful information, said to the driver, ‘Are those alligators amphibious?” “Yea, Sab,” said the darky; “fib ious as bell, Sab. Whole shote at one mouf ful, Sab.”—New York Times. One on the Senator. Senator Dolliver was making a speech during tbe campaign in West Virginia near the place where be was born and reared. He waxed sentimental. “Dear old country,” he said, “I love every foot of iL I know it as well as I do my adopted state. Why right over there is a farm where I have spent many hap py Hours. I gathered and carried away more than fifty buahela of cheatnuts that grew on that farm.” “Yes,” came from a seat in tbe rear, “and yon have been peddling them out ever since.”—Ex. Paradox Notes. Mrs. Dan Gorman, who was taken to Denver last week to have a surgi cal operation performed, stood tbe operation well, and is now improving as rapidly as can be expected. The teacher of the Paradox school is pleased to see all the small chil dren returning. They have been kept at home for two weeks on ac count of the severe weather. A P. Mead lost a fine mare re cently He simply said: “Praise the Lord.” But don’t think that he is becoming pious, for that is just his way of swearing. Miss Mary Vogel and Miss Anna Hoffman are staying at Mr. Gorman’s while he and his wife are in Denver. There was a dance at Mr. Ward’s on the night of the 20th insL All report a pleasant time, Mr. Gibbs is staying in Lamar at present. A. H. Maxwell, who has been on the sick list for some time is improv ing. XX. Prosperity Lane. Miss Nellie Horner, of Denver is visiting with her old friend, Miss Rosa Thoman. About twenty five of the young people of the lane enjoyed a flinch party at Mr. Sam Wright’s, given in honor of Miss Newton wbo is visit ing there. Refreshments were serv ed at a late hour and all had a good time. Mr. Pratt, of Missouri, was on our lane this week buying cattle. Albert Brookshire of Lamar, was on our lane this week, buying hides and poultry. George Wright is again working at tbe carpenter trade since the nioe weather sot in. * Ernie Cooper went to La Junta, Monday morning, with Davis & Pol lard of Lamar, where he will work at the carpenter trade for a few weeks. Several of our farmers have not threshed yet, and there isn’t much prospect that they will get to thin year, if the machine that is on the lane doesn’t improve its speed a little. One of our neighbors on the lane came home one night last week under the exhilarating influence of a fair sized “jag” and his “better-half’ sprung upon him and give him a pummeliug after which he t6ok to the “tall timber” and has neyer been . \ seen since. Our mail man, Roy Wright, has been faithful in the discharge of his duties iu spite of tbe cold weather. Alva Deeter is busy improving some of bis towu property. Roy Cooper ami Roy Wright made a special tiip to the uoith side on .Sunday last. Evidently some at traction over there. These nice sunoy days innkos us think of the “good old summer time.” und tends to blot oat of onr memory the experience of a weok or ho ago, when tbe thermometer registered 21 below. Grinning Isaac. FOR SALE —A fresh oiiluh cow. In quire at this office. Rapid Cure Cream samples, Myers Pharma.;/. Ranches tor Rent 320 acres, seven room hou-o*, 90 acres alfalfa, four mites euvl of Lamar, under the Maxwell canal. 100 acres, four miles east of Lamar, under the Amity ennui. 100 acres, eight miles northwest of Lamar, GO acres a.falfa, under Ft. Lyon cunal. Apply to Chas. W. Luck. Fiue line of Stationery and Books just in, at McLean’s Drue Store. Denning’* gallery is open at all times. Call and see his new pictures. $20,000 just received for farm loans. No delays. L. Wirt Markham. Warning. Ptcose take notice, that we strictly forbid camping, hunting, shooting, fish ing or treeapasfing on our property, formerly known as the lands of the La mar Land and Canal Co., or the Bent lands Tresspassers will be prosecuted os provided by law. AMERICAN BEET SUGAR CO. W. K. Winterhalter, Manger. Chape cured by Rapid Cure Cream Myers’ Pharmacy. For bargains in farm landn go to O. B. Thoman. t Pspeo-Qumine at McLean's Drug Store 10c. Chapped Hand? Try Rapid Cure Cream. Myers’ Pharmacy. For oheap town lots see G. B Thoman. If you want Pepso-Quinine ws sell it at 10c a box. You take the riak. Mc- Lean Bros. G. B. Thoman has the beet line of fire insurance. He writes farm risks. For Chapped Lips uee Rapid Cure Cream, Myers’ Pharmacy. KEEP YOUR EYE on a rood thing and don’t forget MYERS’ RAPID CURE TOilH (ill and COUCH BUSIN They are moving every day. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25c and 35c MYERS’ PHARIAGY NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Lamas. Colo. I Feb. 10. 1005. f WfOTICK is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, andtAat aaid proof will be made before the Keg isteraad Receiver at Lamar. Goto., on Thurs day. March 2s. UNI, vis: Jonathan 11. Dudley. H. E. No. 4*ol. for the nwX sec 27. Twp 2$ 8., Hog 4$ W, 6th P. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, via: K. M. Jordan, H. K. Dudley, Sidney Fiinn, of Caddoa, Colo, and B. A. Wilson of Lamar, Colo. fls-raS2 Joan A. Williams. Register. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS Officb of thb State Boabd of Land Com- MISSION KKB Denver, Colorsdo, Jan. 2s, 1905. NOTICE is hereby given that Mary Cain n whose postoraee address .is Lamar, Colorado, on Jan. 23rd, 1903, made application No.; 937 to tbe State Board of Land Comraia ■ioners to lease the following described School Lands, situate in l'rowers County, Colorado, to-wit: Nwg o(«wt and »<>i of sX section 38, Town shiS 27 South. Range 47 West. No other applications to le&so the above de scribed premises or objections against the above application will be considered after February 28tb. 1906. MARK G. WOODRUFF, Register State Board Land Commissioners, MOBTON STRAIN. Pre.id.nt J. W. PAXTON. Vie. Pre.. L. F. ADAMS. Canlii.r CAPITAL $30,000 THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO DIRECTORS MORTON STRAIN J. W. PAXTON L. F. ADAMS yi. L. MOREHOUSE J. W. ZOLLARS B. T. McCLAVE A. DEEJTER We watit your business, large or small, and offer every facility consistent with safe and conservative banking Accounts Received Subject’ to Check. Money Orders Sold NEW BICYCLE SHOP Everything 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 send your money to tbe 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 United States, where every policy is Hecnred by approved secur ities deposited with the State of lowa. Tho economical management, tbe higher interest earnings and the absolute security under the old line insur ance law of lowa are snffioient reasons why yon should secure a policy in the Gentral Life Assurance Society of the United States. Aiiml Bates per 11,MAN Charged oa the Twenty Annual Payment Life Policy hy the following Companies: Age 21 Age 25 Age 30 Ago 35 Age 40 Age 45 Ago SO Equitable of New York $29 84 $3l S 3 $3176 S3S 34 $42 79 $4B 52 $56 17 New York Life 29 84 81 N 34 76 38 34 42 79 48 52 56 17 Northwestern. Milwaukee $8 05 31 S 3 34 24 17 80 42 14 47 95 55 5V Mutual Life of New York 28 28 30 25 33 20 36 87 41 46 47 42 55 38 Aetna Life of Coanectieutt 38 07 30 48 83 40 . 36 W 41 :u 46 S 2 53 91 Union Matnal, Portland. Me 29 84 31 83 S 4 76 * 38 34 42 79 48 52 66 17 Central Life. Dea Moines 36 10 28 10 31 10 35 00 39 80 46 20 50 80 Hi F. R. MATHEWS Dist. Agt. Southeast Colorado and Western Kansas Home Address, Garden City, Kas. For chapped hands and face try our Moss Rose Cream. McLean Bros., the reliable druggists. Parties wishing to eell towu lots or land should call on W. J. Millsap in tbe Huddleston building. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS. Office of the State Board of Laed Com missioners Denver, Colo., Jan, 31, 1906. NOTICE is horeby given that C. W. Burke whose poetoffics address la Prowers. Colo rado, on January 38, 1906. made application No. 948 to the State Board of Lana Cornmis •ioners to imw the following described Ind. School Lands, situate in Prowers County, Colorado, towit: NW X of Sea SO, Twp 21, South, Range 47 West. No other applications to lease the above de scribed premises or objections against tbe above application will be considered after March 7tb, 1906. Mask G. Woodruff, Register State Board Land Commissioners. Notice of Redemption of Ton Warrants. Office of Town Treasurer ) ' Lamar, Colo., Feb. 15, 1905. j Notice is hereby given that I will redeem at my office the following warrants: AMOUNT NO. DATE OF ISSUE OF WARRANT IRRIGATION FUND. 4413 April 16 1904 $ 450 418$ June 8 1904 4 50 oer'l. fund. 4351 April 5 1904 86 00 4352 de ssoo 437 ft do 66 00 4408 April 19 1904 7 50 4402 do IS 74 4409 do 7 50 4405 do 10 00 4404 do 10 00 4407 do 2 50 4411 do 2 40 4408 do I 50 4410 do 7 60 4401 do 7 50 4129 April 28 1904 31 67 443$ May 3 1904 41 67 4131 do 18 S 3 4436 do 82 4ft 4434 do 11 55 4406 April 19 1904 2 50. 4433 May 3 1904 50 00 4433 do GO S 3 4164 April ft 1904 t CO 4412 April 19 1904 2 50 4461 Juue 7 1904 51 90 4463 do 60 00 4465 do 16 50 4459 do 50 00 4460 do 14 40 4458 do 9 00 4463 do 81 70 4502 July 7 1904 81 70 4500 do 60 CO 4492 do 83 95 4493 do $1 60 4499 do 45 00 4494 do 2 50 4498 do 46 66 4501 do 3 85 4495 do 8 50 4497 do $ $4 4491 do 75 4496 do 2 50 4556 Aug 2 1904 50 00 SPECIAL WATER A WATER WORKS FUND. 4504 July 7 1004 102 25 4524 do 20 15 4165 dp 360 4522 do 3 68 4423 do 7 00 4525 do 500 00 4526 do 626 50 4539 Aug 2 1904 220 4545 do 1 50 4349 do 20 60 45a do 5 08 4568 da 15 58 4567 do 8 75 4544 do 1 25 STRRT A ALLEY FUND. 4594 Sept 6 1904 50 64 4581 do 25 95 4587 do $ 7$ 459$ do 1$ 60 4586 do $4 85 4588 do 4 85 4589 do 90 06 4584 do 8 65 4582 do 21 00 CBMETEEyFUND. 4631 Oct 4 1904 20 00 4695 Nov 9 1904 22 96 Interest on above warrants will cease after March 17th, 1905. GHAS. W. LUCK, Town Treasurer. Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meete modern reqmire 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. S. Land Officb Lamab. Colo. J Jan. 16, 1905, f Wotlce is hereby given that Margaret A. Mo ll Mtllin. of Carlton, Colorado, has filed no tice of intention to make proof on her desert land claim No. 166, for the nw!4 seM, self s«!t, sec X; ah aw l *, sec 11. T23S, R 45 W., 6th p. m., before the Register and Receiver at Lamar, Colorado, on Thursday, the 23rd day of Febr uary, 1906. She name# tha following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: Charles Maxwell, of Lamar, Colorado, Jamee H. Wing, David H. Edwards and Georgo E. Cose, of Uarltou, Colorado. |18f22 John A. Williams, Register, DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF-NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, I Lamab. Colo., Jan. 16, 1905. j lotice is hereby given that Mary E. McMilin. of Carlton, Colorado, has filed notico of in tention to make proof on her desert-land claim No. 157, for the sw‘« nwg. sec 11; self net*, ah seM.'awgseg sec 10; nw 1 * nek and e‘4 nwjf, sec 15. T 23 8. R 45 W 6th p, m.. beforo the Reg ister and Receiver, at Lamar, Colorado, on Thursday, the 23rd day of February, 1905. She names the following witnesses to prove tbe complete irrigation and reclamation or said land: Charles Maxwell of Lamar, Colorado, James H. Wing, David K. Edwards and George E. Case, of Carlton, Colorado. jlßf£S John A. Williams, Register. Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired by R. M. ZIEGLER Upstairs, first door north of North Sido Hotel Needing a New Plow? Ws have all the various members of the Plow family assembled at onr store ready for you to step in and piok out the one you are in need of. Theee 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 ALSO DAIN’S HAY TOOLS C. C. Huddleston A. EVERETT & C 2 Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Fresh Meats and Provisions , No Accounts On 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. ill 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 ! «Zs_. :e=- unztriErsr Dealer In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats # South Main St 'Phone No. 102 Red. 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