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TEH LAMAR REGISTER
7. 3 C. DOV3-HTY City Editor iLBSTEiLCTS The only net of Numerical Abstract* of the Records of Prowers County. Abstracts to Parm a/td City Proper ty furnished on shortest no tice. Also owners of Raid winy Jay dk Cods Abstracts of Prowers Caunty Rec ords previous to the fire of 1888. Terms reasonable. Address* PROWERS COUHTY ABSTRACT CO. Colorado MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of Cheap Money for good Farm and City Loans. Call and see me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. Granby Hillyer was in Pueblo on legal business Monday. Chas. Beach of the stale engineer’s of fice is down from Denver to day. George Fuqua has just returned from an extended trip to the Pacific coast. George Martin is here from lowa, vis iting bis grandfather, Mr. J. D. Martin. Alf. B. Allen of Springfield, was at tending to business here the first of the week. , Prof. H. G. Lamson was a visitor at the state capital last week, returning Mtinday morning. E. E. Butler &. Sou have a big list i f August bargains on the first page. Don’t miss them. Geo. A. Everett uud family returned Saturday, from an extended visit to thi> old home in Missouri. Eugene Church, the aocommoda ing cleric at Everett & Church’s stor.*, is enjoying a visit at his home, Stewurts ville. Mo. Ihe New York Store’s August dear ance sale will begin this week and con tinue all next week. See their large circulars. All regular services will be hold at the M. E. church next Sunday as usual. The building will not be moved until next week. Chaa. Maxwell, manager of the Lamar snill, returned last Friday from bis va •cation spent at Drake in the north part of the state. A blind man has been around town for several days, playing on various in etrumeuts and by this means, collecting •mall sums for his support Part of the telephone linemen left this week as the work of putting in the new wires and installing the new cen tral station is about completed. Miss Mary Hainline is down from Den ver, visiting her brother,. Henry O. Hainline, the well known north side farmer. She is accompanied by a cous in. Dr. J. V. Coombs will lecture at the Christian church, Friday night, Aug. 3. Subject, •‘The Waste of Mind and Money.’’ Everybody invited, admission free. We publish this week Ordinance No. 102 passed Monday night by the coun cil It is for theregulation of scavenger work in the town, and has long l>een needed. The Woman’s League will meet at the Methodist church next Saturday afternoon, at 3 o’clock. All women in terested in civic reform are urged to be present. Mrs. T. J. Cooper and daughter Ellen ) returned home yesterday morning, from a very pleasant visit to friends in Kan ess City, Mo. They had been awrty for :about a month. Five of crack bowlers have organized the All Star Ten Pin team and offer odds to any other team in town. It is up to the gaug to kuock the chips olf their shoulders. The time for the nice juicy canta loupe is near at hand, and the kind of weather that is prevailing is bringing them along fast. It has been hot but it is fine growing weather. Judge Thorne has just placed a war rant in the hands of Sheriff Thomas au thorizing him to sie/.e all the gambling .det’icee found in the county, and a gen eral round-up is expected. O. S. Blosser, on of the prosperous farmers of the north side, is now milk ing thirteen cows and selling the cream io Lamar. He informs us that they are bringing hinfllO per month. O. L*. Silver came back the first of tne week after two weeke spent in fish ing at Drake. He reports the Laraarites ss having a tine time and the fish not biting fast enough to overwork them. A fire started in a lumber pile cuueed some anxiety at the sugar factory today and a team was sent up after the city hose. The factory force however sue ceeded in getting it under control be rore the hose was taken out. The young people of the Presbyterian ■ churolr will give » "catch penny” social the Sunday school rooms of the . obur cb Toeeday evening, Aug. 7. Every body pnvited to come and bring your peuuiea add have a good time. J M. Miller, the genial insurance man, ■ was bare for Mfaral days last week, us ing bin persuasive ways upon the peo pi. to get them to see tba benefits of in surauoe m general and as to bis own m -dividual company in particular. H. H. Hopkins came up from Amity! on Tuesday and bought in the cants-1 louge crates which had belonged to E. | R. Nichols ,fc Co. They were sold under j n judgment obtained by the Amity As sociation against the Nichols compnm. 1 The street fit the corn* r of Fiftn and Elm streets should have some work | done ut once. The crossings are away : down and the street high ami some grading ought to be done so that the crossing would be useful in wet weuth er. Dr. .1. S. Hasty reports that the j threshers have just finished up a 75acre field of wheut for him, and the yield 1 was 2403 bushels, un average for the whole Held of 32 bushels to the acre. The Arkansas valley wheat is hard to beat. J. C. Brandenburg, who was arrested last week charged with a very serious crime, waived examination and was bound over to the next term of the dis trict court. Yesterday he gave bond and wns allowed to go until court con venes. Rev. T. G. Magruder, who has been the pastor of the Baptist church for about two years, has resigned and will remove to southern Idaho. Rev. Mn gruder and family have made many friends here, who will regret to see them leave. The demand for residence houses still keeps up, and our real estate men are visited daily by many seeking house-* to live in. There have been about one hundred and thirty houses built since the first day of January, but the demand still continues. It was exspecteri that the Methodist church would be moved this week from its present location to a site three blocks south on Rixth street. Preparations are about made for the construction of the new church, and work will begin at a very early date. The Star of Hope class of the'Metho ilist Sunday schoo' served ice cream, cake and lemonade last Saturday even ing, just north of the Masonic Temple. The patronage was good and the class made quite a nice little sum to help on their subscription to the new church. George B. Coover, of wh6m mention was made last week, has returned to ‘Lamar and has decided to locate here. Mr. Coover is a first-class tailor, and our citizens can be olothed in proper home made garments. He will bring his fam ily here as soon as suitable quarters can be had. We publish this week the card of Hutchins, Wheeler & Co., the plumbers and gas fitters. They are located in the Herbert building just across the street from the postoflice, and have u large stock of all materials used in their line and several uir lends of bath room and and other fixtures. Messrs Hutchins and Wheeler are well known in Lamar expert workmen and square business men and they will be assured u hand some business from the st-irt. The song recital at the Methodist church last Thursday evening was well attened, but uot as well as the excel lence of the eutertainment deserved. Miss Ida Porter is a splendid singer and received much applause from her audi ence. Miss Elizabeth Doughty render ed two piano selections and Mr. Fred Cooper two on the cello, and these also were much enjoyed. Mrs. Rose, the oburch organist, was the accompanist, and did her part in perfect style. Irrigation District News The directors of the Bent and Prowers Irrigation District have ordered a call published for an election to be held on August 28 to vote on the proposition to issue bonds of the district to ruise the money needed to construct the ditch and reservoirs. Investors are already making inquiries with regard to taking the proposed bond issue, and it shows that capital has a high regard for this kind of securities. The board has elected J. B. Trailer as attorney. May Valley. A. I*. Johnson sold his crop and lease on the Strain farm to Jesse Davis, and moved to his stock ranch on Rush creek Monday. Dr. Wm. Adams, of Knoxville, 111., accompanied by C M. Lee and O. E Wright and families. Sundayed with Ira Swadley. The grading of the May Valiev It. R. spur is about completed. Hnrve Kauffman and the Millard Bros, each have up-to-date, new thresh ing machinery in the field at work Some parties from Rocky Ford are now threshing the C. Paulson crop. The larger part of fall wheat crop is yielding G 5 bushels per acre. Prof. Itosebrough and J. J. Pierce with their famlies, of Granada, are tak ing an outing at the reservoirs this week. It 6eems to be tho disposition of more than the usual number of farmers to clean up the highway and fence rows by mowing thorn cloBely; may many others do likewise. It adds to the ap pearances and to the comfort of the trrvelling public. E. J. Wagner has been away purchas ing lambs in Utah and Wyoming, for the past two weeks, and report has it that the usual large number will be fed at his yards. Mrs. Frank Cook of Boulder, a sister of Mrs. Frank Friend, is visiting the latter before her departure next month for India, where she and her husband go to establish a nurses’ truining school under the auspices of the Boulder Sani tarium. Rio. $20,000 just received fortarm loans No delays. L. Wirt Markham. Honest work at honest prices at Zieg ler A Co. American Beauty CORSETS "Dainty as the f lo o" V a.very woman looks her best Tqr ca n Beauty Corset. They z' orc correct, in f >»MVJ every detail, / style, shape. beauty and ( wor Lmanshi’p. ' : [J/ 'tl Every pair V has our liberal ff J .« A-fl. guarantee. Br^S Print/ Money re -1 \ m i funded after W W four weeks 14 fljlr trial if Corset ' \ ’ is not satisfac- tory- Kalamazoo Corset Co., Sole Makers Kalamazoo, - - Mich. For Sale and Recommended by A. FRIEDMAN KEEP YOUR EYE 1 on a good thing I and don’t forget f- MVERS’ RAPID CURE TOILET (DEI and « NISH They are moving every 5 day. Guaranteed to g give satisfaction or c money refunded s’ Price 25c and 35c | MYERS’ PHARMAtV For Sale—A gentle pony, well broke Inquire of C. M. Lee. The intense itchmg characteristic of suit rheum and eczema is instantly al layed by applying Chamberlain's Snlve. Ah a cure for skin diseases this salve is unequaled. Sold by all druggists. Furnished Rooms—Good location, large rooms, bath and other modejn con veniences. Inquire at 401 South Second St Wanted Teams and Men "*00,000 yards to let on the Ft. Lyon ca nal in lots to suit outfits. Near Rocky Ford, Colo. Nice, dry work, cheap feed. Call on or address T. J.SAYLER, Lamar. In this state it is not necessary to serve a five days’ notice for eviction of a cold. Use the original laxative cough »yrup, Kennedy’s Laxative Iiouev and Tar. No opiates. Sold by The Up-to- Date Drug Co. Stock of Millinery for sale or to trade for farm or city property. Address Box H24 Lamar. For 8aie. Good Heavy Teams —both horses and mules, also a few good Missouri saddle horses. Inquire of Elmer Uressler, La mar, Colo. Stomach Troubles and Constipa tion. No one can reasonably hope for good digestion when the bowels are constipa ted. Mr. Chas. Baldwin, of Edwards ville, 111., says: “I suffered from oonstipn tion and stornnch troubles for several years, but, thanks to Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets, am almost cured.” Why not get apackage of these tablets and get well and stay well? Price 25 cents. Samples free. For sale by all druggists. Prof. Tyler, of Amherst college, said recently: “A man can live comfortably without brHins, no man ever existed wiihout a digestive system. The dys peptic has neither faith, hope or char ity.” Day by day people realize the im portance of caring for their digestion: realize the need of the use of a little cor rective after overeating. A corrective like Kodol for Dyspepsia. It digests wlmt you eat. Sold by the Up-to-Date Drug Co LOST -Gentlemen gold ring, engrav ed J. G. B. Return to J. G. Boyd and get reward. Try Carley’s Cough Cure Reduced rates to Chicago and St Louia and return, August 4, 5 and 0 1906. Final return limit August 15 Rates Chicago and return S3O 05, St. Louis and return, $27 05. State Meeting Knights of Pythias Denver, Colo. Aug. 14 10, $7 05 for round trip, date of sale Aug. 13. Fiual return limit yug. 17th. National Encampment G. A. R. Minneapolis. Minn., August 13-18, 1000 Rates to Minneapolis and St. Paul uud return $20.05, dates of sale Aug. 10, 11 and 12, final return limit Sept. Ist, may be extended to Sept. 30 on payment of fee of 50c. G. J. Garvin, Agent. Make Hay While the Sud Shines. There is a lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer. He kuows that the bright sunshine may last but a day and be prepares for the showers which are so liable to follow. So it should be with every household. Dysentery.diarrhoea and cholera morbus may attack some member of the home without warning. Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Dinr rhoea Remedy, which is the best known medicine for these diseases, should al ways be kept at hand, as immediate treatment is necossary, and delay may prove fatal, For sale by all druggists. €UAIf C FOR WOMEN jnv/iLO for men Ladies’ Shoes Men’s Shoes We received this week a large shipment of the celebrated Wc are sole agents for the following standard makes of shoes: SHELBY SHOES w L Dou * las J Florsheim made by the Drew-selby Shoe Company, whose specialty is fine shoes for women. We have these shoes in patent bluch- I—l ers, turn and welt sole, with latest style heel, at ® »» Ot-FCI — m z-w These are all high grade goods, and the very best values k -Z I I that can be put in shoes at the price We also have button patent leathers, with kid tops, point _ z-w /«% , /-v z-w the latest style hcel.'at ip4.UU I $4.001 $4.50 $5.00 These shoes are the latest styles—strictly up to date. Come In «nd ,« them. Don’t overlook the tact that we .re WE ARE nAK|N(J VERY LOW pR|CES ON ALL stm cosine out all our oxford .nd tan .hoes for ..dies «nd OUR OXFORDS AND TAN SHOES children. The WJ JOHNSTON MERCANTILE CO 116-118 South Main Street THE UP-TO-DATE DRUG CO. YOUR LEADING DRUGGISTS It is our earnest desire to do by our customers the very best we possibly can. The highest grade in everything. Our service you will notice is far superior to the ordinary Gall upon us for advice in our line We will give you the benefit of years of experience and study cheerfully and freely THE UP-TO-DATE DRUG CO. XSIZZ NOTICK OF PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE AND WATER RIGHTS. STATE OF COLORADO) In the County r sh. Court of Maui County of Pbowkk* J County. In the matter of tl Estate of Neal Elmer Akers, h minor, out! application to r-ell real ■ihtato belonging to - ai«l minor, by Jennie 11. Akers, Guariiiuu. To all whom it inn concern, ami to Seal Elmer Aker**, n mime and to William A. Mer rill. Ek|.. by appoi <u ut of thin court Guard ian ad litem for said n mor: Notice in hereby u that on Saturday, the Util day of Ailffin-C i.D. lttufi, the undersign ed. the duly appoi' • I. qualified and actuiff Kuardiau of Neal Kl r Akers, a minor, will present her petition • the County Court witli lu mid for the «:ount.\ "f Prowers and State of ■ olorado. which pennon has heretofore been Hied 111 said Court, hi. will then ami there a|- ply for an order of sa Court authoriziiiff.um lioweriiiK and din-ct ■ her. as such ffiianliun to si’ll certain real e-’ do and the water rifflit appurteuaut thereto hereinafter dnacrihed. iM-Iniiffinff ><• said mi -r. said leal estate ami water riirht heinc m" >te and located in Prow ers county. State of ' ’dorado, at which time ami place any fiereon interested may attend. The real estate and water rifflit appurtenant t hereto . helniiffiiiff to lid minor, to sell which an order will he ask' 1 for, is described an fol lows, to-wit: , . . .... An undivided one ' interest in an undivid ed one-half interest, t it is to say. an undivid ed one-fourth inter- 11 and to the east half of the southeast quartet 1 hit of MK H 1 "f Section IwiMlty-soven *27>. I vnehi| Twenty-two 122 1 South. Halim- Fort' three (43) West of the Sixth Principal Men nan. containinß. accord mu to the United *'oa Government survey, nighty acres n." or less, together with om-naif of a watei -’lit under tho Amity ta na). said one Ini' i .ter rnrhC being appli o I on aud appurtenant to said aliovc described real estate. „ , The interest of- > Neal Elmer Akers, a minor, being tin- in<• ”*t acquired by him «• one of the two heir - law of H. E. Akora, de ceased. . ... That the said "" au«l application will he preseiitoil for hear, .rf and considerat ion on Saturday, the litli da' August. A. D.. 1«M. at 10 o'clock A, M. on '*">'• at the < .ourt House in l.amar. Prower- c mty. Colorado, and any person or persons inf- -"ted therein in any man ner are hereby not ili-’ to be aud ap|>ear at said time and place ami - ’W cause, it any there be. why an order for 1 -ale of all of tlie rue lit title aud interest of- >'d minor in and to the nbovo described rea -state and water riKh» should not *>e arante 1. as prayed for in said pi ti ion. Jbjunis H. Akkkm, Guardian of N< 'I Elmer Akers, a minor. Granby Hillyer. A tty. for Guardian. For Sale. Alfalfa hay aDil ataw at my farm 5 miles west of Lamar. E. Dewbv. Automobile and gasoline engine work, at Zeigler & Co. The biggeßt and best general repair shop ever opened in Lamar, Ziegler &. Co. j CASH DISCOUNT 5 PER CENT DISCOUNT j Off all CASH Purchases provided you save your cash checks. We issue a check with every cash purchase; return $20.00 worth of these checks and you will be entitled to $l.OO in CASH It pay to buy! of S? FRANZ BROS = LEADING CASH dROCERS WEODINU BREAKFAST COFFEE HcCLURE’S BREAD; NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Laud Office at Lamar Colorado, July 17th, IW*. Notice is hereby (riven that the followiuic unni"d settler lias tiled notice of his intention to make final proof iu Hilp|*ort of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Resistor uud Receiver at Lamar. Colorado, on Ihursdav AUffuat 23rd. IWrt. vir: Melvin S. Karl. 11. E- No. 5151, for the nek swM and lot 3. Sec HU. Twp 22 South. Ruff 1» W.. Sth P. M. lie names the followiuff witnesses to prove ins continuous residence upon anil cultivation of. said land. V it: .... M. Loe, 1. H. Mrers. Samuel b. Smith, of Lamar. Colo., Thomas J. Brown, of Cadiloa, Colo. inl4-alB Jons A. WIM.IAMR. Reffister. $20,000 just received for furtn luaus. No delays. L. Wirt Markham. NEW PLUMBING FIRM We have opened a first-class modern plumbing establish ment in the Herbert building and are prepared to estimate on steam, hot water and furnace healing plants, bath room and water connections. We carry a full stock of supplies, including windmills and attachments. We guarantee our work and ean save you money. HUTCHINS, WHEELER & CO.