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THE LAMAR REGISTER
T. 2C. 330V3-HTT City Editor iLBSTEJLCTS The only set of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Prowers County. Abstracts to Farm and City Proper ty furnished on shortest no txce. Also owners of Bald- Jay dk Co.'s Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords previous to the fire of 1888. Terms reasonable. Address , PROWERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Colorado MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of Cheap Money for good Farm and City Loans. Call and see me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. The front is being put in C. M. Lee's ■tore building tins week. Mrs. W. A. Zimmer entertained a few friends id honor of Mrs. John Fewkeu on last Monday. W. E. Nogal, the new Harness man, has purchased three lots on the bill, and is building himself a home there. School commenced yesterday and from appearances the capacity of the Lamar school buildings wdl be severely taxed. Ed. H. Sherlock returned to his home in northeastern Colorado last Sunday, after a week’s visit with old friends in Lamar. Miss Geneva Morehouse left on Sun day for Denver, where Bhe will resume her work as a teacher in the public schools. Mrs. Adams and her daughter, Miss Mary, left last week for Denver, where the latter will teach in the public schools. Mr. snd Mrs, Adam Maxwell sod Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Maxwell left today for Pennsylvania, where they will visit relatives. Dr. J. S. Hasty and F. H. Hosacrans went to Denver last Saturday and were present at the reception to Vice-Presi dent Fairbanks. Dwight Miser and family of Spring field, is now a resident of Lamar, Mr. Miser having taken a position with the W. J. Johnston Mercantile, Co. Walter Creek and J, IL Gordon, of Granada, came up to Lamar on Tues day and remained over next day for the republican county convention. County court convened yesterday for the September term and the docket was called and cases set for trial. Con siderable businees is before the court. Mrs. J. A. Payne returned last week from the Kansas City markets where she purchased a large and carefully se lected line of fall aud winter millinery- The Bent and Prowers Caunty Cattle and Horse Goowera Association held an enthusiastic meeting last Thursday morning and took in sixteen new mem bers. The Methodist Sunday School will meet next Sunday in the court room at the court house. All teachers and members of the school are requested to .be present. Judge Jesse G. Northoutt, of Trinidad -was here last week, attending to some legal matters in behalf of the county. The Judge’s many friends here were pleased to see him. Miss Iva Markham will leave today for Baldwin, Kansas, to resume her studies at Baker university. Sickness compeiled her to leave last term before the school year ended. The Social Circle will meet with Mrs. L. F. Adams on Friday afternoon, Aug. 7. All ladies of the church are invited to be present. Be sure and bring your work for the Bazar. The will of the late Jerome Blackwell was proven and admitted to pro bate in the county court yesterday. The will leaves all property to the widow, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Blackwell. Judge Henry Hunter and Senator Woods were here for a couple of days last week, interviewing the citizens on the political question. District Attor ney McHendrie was here also. Dr. William M. Doughty, who has been visiting with his uncle, J. K. Doughty, for the past week, left for Denver this morning, and will visit in that city for a couple of weeks. A. Deeter, P. S. Lynch and D. E. Cooper all returned during the last two or three days from their trip to Minne apolis, where they attended the G. A. R. encampment. And they report having had a great time. The Register force was made happy this week by a fine sample lot of peach es from the plains of Baca county. They were grown by the real estate agent, W. M. Stewart, and were a fine advertise ment of what Baca county can do. The county commissioners are in ses sesion this week, attending to the regu lar monthly business. They will also sit as a board of equalization and if you have any kick on your assessment, now is the time to exercise your privilege. The countv commissioners yesterday disposed of all the tax certificates held by the oounty upon lands, to D. M. Laing, of Colorado Springs. The latter bid seventy-five per cent of the face for all certificates and the subsequent taxes which had accrued. This was a good •ale for the oounty. The M. E. Conference at Greeley last week reappointed Rev. O. W. An man as the pastor nt Lamar. This will give universal satisfaction both to the church and the public. Rev. Auman has made a place for himself in this community that it will he hard for anv other muu to fill. Rev. Edwin E. McLaughlin of the anti-saloon league of Colorado will be here on the evening of September 11 and will deliver a lecture at the Presby terian church. A meeting of the Wo man's League will be held at the church at 2 p. m., and all ladies of the county are invited. Cbas. E. Gamble and family, of Hazel ton, Kansas, arrived in Lamar last week and will reside here. Mr. Gamble has taken charge of the shoe and furnish ing goods department of Everett «fc Church’s store. He is an experienced and efficient man at this work, having been employed for a long time in this line by the Adams Mer. Co. at Hazel ton. The council at its meeting last night formally accepted the cement side walks which have been laid in the two districts and issued the balance of the bonds to the contractors. The contract ors are under bond to made good any defects or damage that may occur in one year, by reason of faulty work or material. The election in the irrigation district recently formed for the south side, on the question of issuing bonds was held yesterday and a unanimous vote in favor of issuing the bonds was cast. Thus another successful step has been taken in this matter, which brings it nearer to completion. It means a great deal to the country south of the river. A big forec of men is engaged in lay mg the pipes for the steam heat, which is to be supplied to the business houses on south Main street. The Lamar Elec tric Company is having the work done and will have steam heat ready to de liver the coming winter. This will be a very convenient thing and will ensure a more uniform heat in the stores and offices. E. M. Mears was appointed water com missioner for Diet. No. 07 today by Gov. McDonald to take the place of H. H. Mc- Dowell, who resigned to accept another position. The appointment will meet with general satisfaction as Mr. Mbars is popular, a good republican and well qualified in every respect—except that he is a poor judge of water. Died —On last Wednesday after an illness of one week, Mrs. Maud Craw ford, wife of Cbas. E. Crawford. The funeral service was held at the home on the north side on Saturday, and the re mains interred in the Crawford ceme tery. Mrs. Crawford was one of the early residents of Lamar and had a large circle of relatives and warm per sonal friends here who regret her untime ly death. She leuves a husband and five little children to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother, and they have the deepest sympathy of all in their great affliction. For Rent—Two furnished rooms. In quire of F. A. Thomas, North 7th St. Stock of Millinery for sale or to trade for farm or city property. Address Box 824 Lamar. s2o t ooo just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wirt Markham. For Rent—Two farms under the Fort Lyon canal; near heel dump. Very de sirable for fall wheal. Inquire of Charles Maxwell. Lamar Hardware Co. WANTED:—Good office boy. Ap ply at Sugar Factory Office. American Beet Sugar Company, W. K. Winterhalter, Manager. In these days of rush and hurry cour tesy is often forgotten. In the mad, pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather re mained undone. A hastily eaten meal und Its resultant headache may cause us social or financial toss. The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol for Dyspepsia. It digests what you eat and puls your stomach back in to shape. Sold by TheTp-to-Dute Drug Co. Try Carley's Cough Cure For Sale Cheap Choice building lots. Will furnish money to build. Inquire of L. M. Mark ham. Are you troubled with piles? One ap plication of Man Zan relieves instantly the pain caused by those blind, bleeding itching aud protruding piles. It is put up in collapsible tubes in such away that it can be applied where the trouble originates, thus stopping the pain im mediately. Try one bottle and if you are not relieved your money will be re funded. Try our free offer. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. $20,000 just received for farm loans. No delays. L. Wirt Markham. R. M. Ziegler A Co., just received a new lot of Bicvcle Tires. Baby Buggy Tires and New Bicycles. No one would buy a sailboat with .sails that could not be reefed. There is always that possibility of a little too much wind that makes a cautious man afraid to go unprovided. The thinking mun, whose stomach sometimes goes back on him, provides for hie stomach by keeping a bottle of Kodol for Dyspep sia within reach. Kodol digests what you eat and restores the stomach to the condition to properly persorm its func tions. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. A cold taken at this time ef the year is generally hard to get rid of but it will not be able to withstand Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar. That will cure all colds, coughs; oroup, whooping cough, etc., by dnying them out through the bowels. If you have a cold, try it and if not cured get your money back. No opiates. Sola by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Try Carley’s Cough Cure American Beauty CORSETS "Dainty as the Rose" Every woman looks her oe.it ,n an Amen jSfT can Deauty Jjr Corset. They Yw\ arC Correc * in / every detail, s,,a P c ; SrjsjrV;) beauty and I workmanship. \V- y/ Hi Every pair // * Kas our l*kcral ft / al/lfi/ guarantee. rir/ Money re ft \ ftmiM/ funded after li 'lffl W four wcc k a 00,1 trial if Corset * \ * is not satisfac ' tory. Kalamazoo Corset Co., Sole Makers Kalamazoo, - - Mich. For Sale ind Recommended by A. FRIEDMAN KEEP YOUR EYE on a good thing and don’t forget MYERS’ RAPID CURE TOILET (REAM and (OUCH BALSAM They are moving every day. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25c and 35c MYERS’ PHARMACY Automobile and gasoline engine work, at Zeigler A Co. Try Carley's Cough Cure Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Acts On Nature's Plan. The most successful medicines are those that aid nature. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take it when you iiave u cold aud it will alluy the cough, relieve the lunge, aid expec toration, open the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Price, 2 ii cents. Large size, 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office nt Lamar Colorado, August 18th, 1908, Notice in liorohy given that the following named settler has tiled notice of lux intention to make final proof in Hiipport of his claim, and that uaiii proof will bo made liefore the Register and Receiver at Lamar. < •dorado, on I no-da v October Uth. 1903, viz: John 1.. Potticrew. 11. K. No. 5080, for the wH swl< and s>< nw l ,. hoc 82, .wo if,. 8, rii.’ 18 W. tit li I*. 11. lie names the following witnesses to prove hif continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Lon Filoou. Hardv Pilloud. Jesso Tanner, Charles Jones, all of Lamar, Colorado. *29-o8 John A. Williams. Register. NOTICK OF ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. I - Count)-Court In the matter of tho estate of Corydon R. Man ton. deceased. VTOTICK i« liorehy given that on Monduy the 10th day of Septemlier. A. D., 190*3, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day nt the office of J. (J. Christopher at the town of Holly, in the county of Prowers, and state of Colorado, pur suant to the order of the county court of said county of Prowers and state of Colorado, made and entered on the 13th day of August, A. I). 190*5, I, Anna M. Marston, Administratrix of the estate of Corydon R. Marston, deceased, will soli at private sale all of the interest of the said estate of tin l said Corydon R. Marston, de ceased, in and to tin* following described real estate siluatod in the county of Prowers and state of Colorado, to,vyit: The west half Of) of the oast half <H) of tin- north west quarter | ; 4 | of section thirty-Hve [351 in township twenty two  south of range forty-throo [43J west of the Sixth Principal Meridiau. and all water right privileges attached to said described real estate. The terms of said sale are as follows : Cash except for the amount of nine hundred dollars duo The Colorado Investment and Real t y Company secured by trust deed upon saiii property, and interest thoreon, which the purchaser is to assume ami pay. Dated at Lamar, Colorado, this 13th day of August, A. D. 1906. ANNA M. MARSTON, Administratrix of tho estate of Corydon R ton. decoasod. HO m A. T. & S. F. Time Card. Daily Lamar. Colorado Daily. Webtßocnd. Kast Bound. No. 1 258a. m. No. 2 12 15 a. m No. S 885a. m. No. * lu7p.ni No. 5 112a. m. No. 6 258a. m No. 7 605a. m. No. 8 12 05 p. in No. 9 900 a. in. No. 10 363 p. m No. 569 10 10 a.m. No. 670 518 p. No. 83-Frt 980 a.m. No. 84-Frt 114 p. m No. 1 is California express and makes local stops between Lamar and La Junta. No. 5 is Denver express, stops on Hag at Las Animas. Carnes free chair car and Pullmans. No. 7 is the Mexico aud California exprsss. No. 1 and No. 7 both carry tourist and Pullman sleepers. No. 7 connects at LaJunta for Pueblo Colorado Springs and Denver Train No. 83 runs to La Junta and will accom modate passengers for intermediate points. No. 2 is through California express and con nects at La Junta with a train from Denver car ries passenger through to Chicago without change. Has Pullman and tourist sloepers. No. 6 is Denver exuress and runs through to Chicago without cliango. Carries free chair car and Pullman sloeper. No. 8 is local passeugor aud makes all stops. Carries chair car and Pullman sleeper. Runs through to Chicagovwithout change of cars. Nos. 569 and 670 are local trains running be tween Dodge City and La Junta. Inquiries solicited aud promptly aud cheer fully answored. Descriptive literature and time tables folders free by applying to Q. J. Garvin. Agea.t THREE GOOD LINES Dress Goods Department We received this week a fine line of new Fall Dress Goods in all wool suitings—Chiffon Panama, Silk Finish Mohair, Sicilian Cloth in white and checks, Wool Batiste, and Shadow Plaids in Cotton Suitings. Shoe Department We have just received the season’s largest shipment of W. L. Douglas Shoes, and our line is now complete. We can show you the latest styles and leathers in Patents, Enamel and Gun Metal. Clothing Department Our fall line of Clothing is in and will be on display this week. We have an immense line of suits for boys, in both knee and long pants. We sell J- G. CAPPS & SON'S Suits for Men, guaranteed 100 per cent pure wool. We have them at $ 10, $T2.50, $l5 and $lB. They are the best suits in America for the money. 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 DHUG CO. il?.: NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS. Office or tub State Hoard of Lank Com- MIHHI'iNEBH Denver. • .>!■»., August. 10, 1906. NOTICK ia hereby • li *liat R. L. Sar gout, whoso pi.r-t..'li.- address is Prowers. Colorado, on Align*'! mi.. - "6, made application No. 2764, to the State li lof Land Commis sinners to lease the foil--i g described School Lunds, situate iu Kio-> . County, Colorado, All of Soction 16, Town-hip 20 South. Range 47 Wiet. -\ 'Lit- Soction 'MU. I'.. *" hip 20 South, Range 48 West. No other application I ease the above do scriliod promises or - -tiona against the above Application will considered after September 11th, 19U6. M kG. Woodruff, Register State Boar Land Commissioners. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS. Office of the Stati aro of Land Com missioners. Den - 1 010., Aug. 22, 1906. VOTICK ia hereby g that Joseph L. Cook whose poatofllce a sa ls Prowers. ('oh... on August 20,1906, made i>plication No. 279-5 to the State Hoard of La-. 1 Commissioners to louse the following -scribed Indemnity School Lands, situate n Hunt County, Colora do, towit: HW k of Soction lownabip 21 South. Range 48 West. No othor application lease the above de scribed promises or oh. ona against the ale.vo application will is- c* lered after Sept, 25 MARK G. WOODRUFF, Register S' . ' Board of Laud Corn. OFFICIAL NOTICE. Statb of Colorado. » ~ County of Prowers, i NOTICE is hereby . n that the Board of County Comm is-. r ? will sit as a Hoard of Equalization, com u>g on Tuesday, the fourth day of Sept.m A. D. 1945, and con tinuing iu session for » riod of not less than t liree days, when the ’Wtmouls for 1906 will be examined ami .-qua I- And further notice is hereby given that • I Board will sit as a Board of Kquulizutio I uosday. the 18th day of September. 19"6. an ' "> session for at least two days, whoti comp!mats in the matter of assessments will be !>•• • *• Special attention i- by given that any one having any cause t<> a-, for the adjustment of their assessment mu-t ;>ear bofore tho Board at said timo. _ . . Witness my hand ili ll l •lay of August. 1905. EO. I). ROBINSON [seal] County Clerk. Strayed On last Wednesday from a point 10 miles south of L> l ir . a bay horse, 0 yrs old, branded AV — on left thitfh, also counterbraipl’' ; RED barred out, had on halter. I’r Ably wandered to wards river. Finder will be liberally rewarded at Stoue Livery Bam, Lamar, Colo. M. E. S.NIDKIt, Granada, Colo. | Food Dainties | For Hot Weather (ieo. A. 15 lyle’s celebrated We also have Bayle’s Saratoga or Potato Chips After Dinner Cheese in Bulk and Packages in large and small jars THESE HOODS ARE FRESH FROM THE FACTORY YOU WILL MISS IT IF YOU DON’T TRY THE/*1 “ FRANZ BROS ”5T LEADING CASH GROCERS WEDDING BREAKFAST COFFEE ricCLURE’S BREAD The medicinal virtues of the erode gums and resins M obtained from the NativePwe have been recognized * by the medical profession for centuries. Pine-ules Pi H fo W ■* R Sr —* Contain the virtues of the Native Pine that are of value inreliev ing Backache, Kidney, Blood,Bladder and Rheumatic Troubles. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED. ft. f \ T TT? A DOSE AT BED TIME WiLL USUALLY RELIEVE THE Z& I tV _Z\ t KI I* MOST SEVERE CASE BEFORE MORNING. k W* ik Wi. A U For Sale by The Fp*to*Date Druq <2o. When two stong men come to blows, even if they are well matched, it is not a pleasing sight , hut if the man who gets the worst of it will use DsWitt'a Witch lla/.0l Salvo, ho will look better and feel better in short order. Be sure you j get Do Witt’s. Good for everything a j salve is used for. including piles. Sold by the Up-to-Date Drug Go. [ School Books and Supplies. The time is almost here when you will need Sihool Books and Ssbo>l Supplies i of all kinds, and you should remember | that we will have the largest stock in j Prowers county in this line. We know what your boy or girl needs and will [ supply you ut lowest possible p-iices. , l MuLba* Bkoh. i Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar the original laxative cough syrup acta as a cathartic on the bowels. It is made f rom the tar gathered from the pine trees of our own country, therefore is the best for children. It is good for I coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, , etc. Try our free oirer. Sold by The i Up-to-Date Drug Co.