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THE LAMAR REGISTER
T. DOTTSHTT City Eiitcr iLBSTEiLCTS 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 tfe Co.'s Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords previous to the fire of 1888. Terms reasonable. Address , PROWERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. H-.rn.-m B.T, Colorado MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of Cheap Money for (good Farm and City Loans. Call and see me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. Rev. W. I. Houston was u Holly visi tor on Tuesday. N. N. McLean was in Trinidad .tho first of the week. Auburn Nowels is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, D. B. Nowels. The ladies of the Presbyteriun church have arranged to hold a bazaar early in December. Everett &. Church have a new ad in this week’s Register, which it will pay you to read. The police court had a good sized docket yeeterduy afternoon, but all were cleared but one. The Johnston Mercantile Co., have a new ad in this issue of their ladies tail oring department. Mrs. Anna M Marston was up from Holly on Tuesday transacting business before the probate court. Roll (ioodale left last week for Kan sas City, where he will ultend a com mercial college this winter. An Elk’s pin was found lust week on the street near the depot. Owner can have same by calling at this otliue. The ladies of the social circle are re quested to be at the church at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon to help tack comforts. 1 Robert Woodard last week purchased the H. H. McDowell residenceou Eighth street, and will soon be at home there. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lee and children returned last Friday from lowa where they had been spending their summer | vacation. Albert Hagerman has tnken the posi tion of distributing clerk at the post ollice recently held by R. C. Goodale, who resigned. H. H. McDowell and family left last week for Brazil, Indiana, where Mr. Mc- Dowell has taken a good position with the Leonard Jk, McDowell outfit. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bowser of the north ; side are the proud puruuts of twius. A line boy and girl arrived at their home , last Friday, and were made welcome. Borne tennis player several weeks ago left a racquet iu the Register ollice. It is new and in good condition, and the owner may have forgotten where he left it. Five Mexicans were brought before the county court Tuesday on a charge of gambling, aud three of them plead guilty and were tinod S3O each aud costs. The other two were acquitted. Mr. and Mrs. George Straiu and son Otis, of Bloomington, Indiana, have moved to Lamar, and will locate here. Mr. and Mrs. Strain are the par tents of Cora, Ray and Oscar Straiu of Lumur. The threshing machines are still busy all over Prowers county, and the re turns being sent in are almost beyond belief, but the grain to prove them fol lows the reports aud convinces the most skeptical. U. E. Sidebottom, of Polo, Missouri, and W. C. Holman, of Albany, same state, are at the Union hotel. They are -capitalists looking for investments and are much pleasod wite Lamar and vi cinity. A. N. Parrish had a basket of peaches this morning that was mighty good to see. The peaches were big aud luscious looking and were raised on his ranch in this county. He was going to send them to a friend. All M. E. Church services at the court house next Sunday Sunday School 9:45. Morning subject: “The Personal Christ.” 7:00 Epworth League. 8:00 Evening subject: “Life by the Wholesale.” George B Coover is happy over the arrival of his family. They came this morning and will reside on the corner of Oak and Sixth streets, Mr. Coover hav ing rented the new residence built there by E. R. Yager. J. B. Trailer, R. S. Coates, J. S. Ad kins, J. T Lawless, C. B. Thoraan, W. A. Hathaway, and C. W. Heaton went to Denver Monday night as delegates to the democratic state and congressional conventions which are still in session. Lamar Lodge Knights of Pythias held a Bocial session on Monday night at which the by-laws of the new lodge were adopted, and refreshments were served. There was a large attendance and the crowd all enjoyed the evening immensely. Henry Gerstenlauer hail furnished two large jugs of home made cider, which with the excellent sand wiches and other refreshments were • rapidly disposed of. Anyone passing the Central school buildin:; during the recess hour these days will admit that the infant industry is the leading one of Lamar in spite of our prosperous condition. There are nearly 300 children in the four rooms of i this school. Sheriff Thomas had an exciting chase after a trunk last week. It was report ed stolen, but the sheriff traced it down to Oklahoma and found that through a mistake in changing checks it was taken in place of a tool chest, and has now been returned. The Snyler and Struin buildings on north Main street ure rapidly nearing completion, and are u handsome addi- thut section of town. The sec ond story of the Sayler block on the cor ner has been leased by the Eagles und will be tiitted up for handsome lodge and club rooms. The watermelon habit should be reg ulated. Watermelons are good to eat but the eaters should be compelled to tuke care of the “leavings.” The streets and alleys should not be littered up with rinds. It does not improve the appear ance of the town aud some places are simply awful to look at. Eight or more Greeks have tiled, dur ing the pust week, declarations of inten tion to become citizens of the Uuited States. Ihe declarations were made be fore Chus. W. Luck, clerk of the district court, and Churles bus been orating "The Greeks, The Greeks. They ooine, they come,” and let ’em come. The Giedun Stock Company which played ut the opera house during fair week, has lost some of its members. Several of them have become members of a troupe which Manager Fred Lee is organizing. Fred expects to sturt out tiis company very soon and hopes for big success, he suys he will have a tip top organization. The democratic county convention to elect delegates to the vurious state and district conventions met at the court house last Saturday morning, and wus well attended. J. B. Trailer was elect ed chairman und J. T. Lawless secretary. Dolegates were elected to the state, con gressional judicial, senatorial and legis lative conventions, and were uninstruct ed. There will be a session of the Prowers County Sunday School Institute held in Lamar Friday afternoon aud evening, Sept. 21st, Mr. Walker the new assist ant superintendent will give the princi pal addresses. All Sunday school work ers are urged to be in attendance. An nouncement as to place and program will be made later. T. F. Kelly of Plattsburg, Mo., has been missionary of the North Liberty Association four years. S. F. Farrar of Braymer suys that Toni Kelly is a good one, a thorough Baptist, a gentleman, a brother beloved, a preacher of power, u minister of irreproachable character. In , tenderly affectionate words T. F. Kelly bude furewell to the association ut Keurney. He is going West, they say. We commend him to the brethren.— The Word aud Way. Itev. Kelly has received a call from the Baptist church here, aud will con- i duct the services in that church next Sunday, both morning and evening. For Rent—Two furnished rooms. In \ quire of F. A. Thomas, North 7th SL t ~“‘ 7 . * $20,000 just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wirt Markham. For Rent—Two farms under the Fort Lyon canal; near beet dump. Very de sirable for fall wheat. Inquire of Charles Maxwell. Lamar Hardware Co. WANTED: —Good ollice boy. Ap ply at Sugur Factory Ollice. American Beet Suoah Company, W. K. Winterhalter, Manager. In these days of rush and hurry cour tesy is often forgotten. In the mad, pell tuell rush of our life little thiugs are done to offend that we rather re mained uodoue. A hastily eaten meul und Its resultant headache may cause us social or tinuncial loss. The wise man or woman is the oue who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol for Dyspepsia. It digests what you eat aud puts your stomach buck in to shape. Sold by The Tp-to-Dute Drug Co. Try Carley's Cough Cure For Sale Cheap Choice building lots. Will furnish money to build. Inquire of L. M. Murk ham. Are you troubled with piles? One ap plication of MunZau relieves instuntly the pain cuused by those blind, bleeding itching and protruding piles. It is put up in collupsible tubes in such away that it can be applied whore 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 Sl 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 man, whose stomach sometimes goes back on him, provides for his 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 Tue Up-to-Date Drug Co. A cold tuken 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; croup, whooping cough, etc., by driving them out through the bowels. If you have a cold, try it and if not cured get your money back. No opiates. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Try Carley’s Cough Cure American Beauty CORSETS "Dainty as the Rose” # Every woman looks her heat in an Ameri can Beauty Corset. * They are correct in every detail. ( style, shape, r \ heauty and J workmanship. Every pair has our liberal guarantee. Money re funded after four week a tnal if Corset v is not satisfac ' tory. Kalamazoo Corset Co., Sol* Makers Kalamazoo, - - Mich. For Sole and Recommended by a. FRIEDMAN KEEP YOUR EYE on a good thing and don’t forget MYERS' RAPID (URE WET OEM and « HUH 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 For Sale. Forty acre farm near Lamar, good water right and improvements, part in alfalfa, fruit, deep well of finest soft water. This is a line little farm and will sell cheap if taken soon. Address “Owner” this ollice. Wanted—A girl to do general house work. Apply to Mrs. L. F. Adams. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Acts On Nature's Plan. The most successful medicines are those that aid nature. Cbamberlui n’s Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take it when you have a cold and it will allay 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*, 25 cents. Lnrge size, 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Laud Otiico at Lamar Colorado, Atiguat 28th, 19U6, Notice in hereby given that the following named settlor lias tilod notice of liia intention to make final proof in sopi>ort of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Kegister and Rccoivor at Lamar, Colorado, on luetolay October 9th, 1908, viz: John L, Petticrew. 11. K. No. 50s0, for the wX swX and sjf uw l *. aec 32, iwp 2fl. 8, rug 46 W. 6th P. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove hif continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: Lou Filoon. Hardy Pilloud, Jnsso Tanner, Charlos Jones, all of Lamar, Colorado. a29-o3 John A. William*. Register. NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY. Estate of Jerome Blackwell, Deceased. The undersigned, having heon ap|s>iuted Executor of the estate of Jerome Blackwell, late of tho County of Prowers, in the State of Colorado, deceased, hereby gives notice that be will appear before the County Court of said Prowers County, at the court house in La mar in said county, at the September term. 1906, on Monday the the twouty-secoud day of October A.D. 190*1, at the hour of 10 o'rlok a. rn, of said day at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified aud re quested to attendod for tho purpose of having the sami' adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated at Lamar, Colorado, this 10th day of September. A. I>. 1906. J. Lev Blackwell. Executor. J. K. Doluhty. Attorney. A. T. & S. F. Time Card. Daily. Lamar. Colorado Daily. Wbstßoond. East Bound. No. 1 2 58 a. m. No. 2 12 15 a. m No. 3 835a. m. No. 4 107 p. m No. 5 112a. m. No. 6 258a. m No. 7 6 05 a. m. No. 8 12 05 p. m go. 9 900a. m. No. 10 368 p. m ! No. 569 10 10 a. m. No. 670 518 p. No. 83-Frt 930 a.m. No. 84-Frt 114 p. m No. 1 is California express and makos local stoim between Lamar and La Junta. No. 5 is Denver express, stops on flag at Las Animas. Carries free chair car aud Pullmans. No. 7 is the Mexico aud California exursss. No. 1 and No. 7 both carry tourist and Pullman sleepers. No. 7 connects at LaJunta for Pueblo Colorado Springs ami Denver Train No. *3 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 rios passenger through to Chicago without change. Has Pullman and tourist sleepers. No. 6is Donver express and runs through to Chicago without change. Carries free chair car and Pullman sleeper. No. 8 is local passenger and makes all stops. Carries chair car and Pullman sleeper. Runs through to Chicago without change of cars. Nos. 569 and 670 are local trains Tunning bo tween Dodge City and La Junta. Inquiries solicited and promptly and cheer fully answered. Descriptive literature and time tables folders free by applying to O. J. Gaetim. Afea.t Ladies’ Tailoring Department WE receive this week a shipment of Ladies Suits and Rain Coats made by the Palmer Garment People. As everybody is familiar with the name The Palmer Gar ment it will be unnecessary to go into detail in describing these goods only to say that the Palmer Garment Makers stand back of us in a guarantee as to style, quality of fabrics, trimmings, linings and workmanship. We also Eiave their Snatch Book showing the exact quality and style of every garment they make. If we can’t fit you or suit you out of stock, let us take your order. » The W J 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 DEUG CO. UZZZ For Sale—7-room bouse with bath room, six closets and cellar. Will sell furnished or unfurnished. Good loca tion. Inquire of W. W. Cooper. NOTICE OF PURCHASE AT TAX SALE To All Whom It liny Concern. and Particularly to P. C. L. AI. Co. NOTICE la hereby give. - hat on tho 30th day W of December. A. I). r*>3. tho thou County Treasurer of Proworn < 'ountjr, Stato of Colora do, duly mild for tho delinquent taxi*- of tho year A. D. 1903, tho foil' wing described roal proporty. situate in said ' ounty and State, to wit: Tho northwest quarter of section 26, town ship 23. Range 43, 160 acr - to Prow ora County win* purchased tho Harm' That the said Prowers ( ounty duly assigned the certificate of purcha-’ issued on account of Btich purchase to D. M. Lung. who still remains tho owner and logal holder thereof; That the said premia*-; wore taxed for tho year 1903 in the name of I’. <’. L. A 1. Co. That tho subsequent tax s upon said real pro|*- orty for the yearn 19*:. 1904 and 1905 wore paid by the holder of said r-rtifleateof purchase; That the time of redemption of said real nu tate from such tax sale wi! loxpiro on tho 30th day of December. A. D. 1906, and unions redeem ed I shall thereafter apply, as provided by law. for a tax deed to said real "state. Dated this Bth day ofS I'tember, A. D. 1906. I). M. LAINU, Purchaser. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE STATE LANDS. Office of the State Hoard of Land Com- MISBIONERS. Denver, Colo., Aug. 22,1906. NOTICE is hereby given that Joseph L. Cook U whoso postoffice add rose is Prowers. Colo., on August 20,1906, made application No. 279.1 to the State Board of Land Commissioners to lease tho following Inscribed Indemnity School Lands, situate n. Bent County. Colora do, towit: _ .. „ HW X of Section Township 23 South. Range 4m West. No other application ’■> lease the above de scribed premises or obj- ■•'ions against the above application will bo eon-dared after Sept. 2j I * oß ' MARK O. WOODRUFF. Register State Board of Land Com. OFFICIAL NOTICE. State of Colorado. » ~, County of Prowers. < NOTICE is hereby givon that the Board of County Commissi •*>"«» will sit as a Board of Equalization, conn icing on Tuesday, the fourth day of September, A. D. 1906. and con tinuing ia session for s period of not less than throe days, when the .--ossments for 19<i6 will hie examined aud equali-"<L And further notice is hereby given that saul Board will sit as a Board of Equalization - Tuesday, the lMth day of September. 1906. ami »*<• in session for at least two days, when comp I ‘»nta in tho matter of assessments will be heard. Special attention is l” roby given that any one having any cause to h 9 for the adjustment of their assessment must ippear before the Board at said time. . , , ... w.tn... mjr li.u, *" .SK 0 !? 1 «* b day of August. 1906. GEO. D. ROBINSON. [heal] County Clerk. ' I Report ok the Condition ok The First National Bank At Lam a it, in the State ok Colorado j at the Close ok Buhinkhh September 4, 1900. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $197,213 77 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured . 3,463 IX U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 12,500 00 Stocks, securities,etc 2.401 37 Banking-house, furniture and fixtures 2,500 00 Other real estate owned 3.0U0 O 0 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents. 47,771 67 Due from State Banks anil Bankers Du** from approved reserve agents 93 055 m 3 ( hecks and other cash items 1.550 24 Exchanges for clearing house Notes of other National Bunks 3. mijo 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents 136 19 Lawful money reserve in bank viz: Specie 116.592 00 Legal-tender notes . . 7.020 00 23,612 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation. 625 00 Total $»91.632 »» LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in 150.000 00 Surplus fund 10.000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 11.944 15 National Bank notes outstanding 12.500 00 Duo to other National Banks Due to State Banks and Bankers . . 5,134 29 Individual delimits subject to check 291.622 77 Cashier's checks outstanding 10,431 28 Total $391,632 49 State of Colorado, f County op Prowerh, j I, W. C. (i.mld, Cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. C. Gould, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 11th day of Sept.. 1906. Jah. K. Doooiity, REAL y Notary Public. My Commission expires Mar. 11, 1908. ( 'ohreut —Attest : B. B. Brown, i A. N. Parrisii > Directors. T. M. Brown. ) The medicinal virtues of the crudb gums and resins 9 _ obtained from the Native Pine have been recognized I by the medical profession for centuries. Pine-ules flf || II I fr —* MV 111 fr—® Contain the virtues of the Native Pine that are of value in reliev- JRk. JL. JL, Ml. JL. f ing Backache, Kidney, Blood,Bladder and Rheumatic Troubles. GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED. A fk ¥¥ A DOSE AT BED TIME WILL USUALLY RELIEVE THE 1 IV m 1 II l\ MOST SEVERE CASE BEFORE MORNING. A JL MmA For Sale by The Up»to»Date Drug So. ANNOUNCEMENT Friday and Sat arday , Se/>t. 21 anti 22, I will display a complete line of FALL AND WINTER PATTERNS . AND TAILORED HATS It is the largest and most varied as sortment everhroaght to the county, and all tastes can he satisfied. Prices to suit all. MISS F. M. DODDS 104 Went (Hint Street To The Public All of my new Fall Styles have arrived. I should like very much to have you call and see them. My suits have Style, Fit and Quality. Very Truly Yours, CEO. B. COOVER.