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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, October 16, 1907, Image 1

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Denver Boosters Here.
On lest Thursday morning about
0 o’clock the speoial train oarrjring
about seventy-five of tue business
men of Denver and ladies, arrived
in Lamar from Holly where they
had paaaed the night. They were
accompanied by the famous Twenty
first Regiment Band, one of the best
in the regular army, and as they
marched from the train up Main St.,
and during the entire stay here this
band furnished a splendid musical
program which was a treat to all. A
large delegation of our citizens ac
companied by the Lamar Citizens
Band was out to meet the train, and
marched with the visitors up Main
street. Mayor pro tern N. N. Mo-
Lean headed the delegation and de
livered a short speech of welcome.
Congressman at large Geo. Cook
and others were oalled on and made
short talks after which many of the
Visitors were taken over the town in
autos, while the representatives of
the business houses were making
the aoquaintanoe of our business
The delegation was certainly in
every sense a representative one, and
no finer appearing body of men has
ever visited our oity, and the fact
that they were under the ohaper
onage of Lieutenant Governor E.
R. Harper, the jovial representative
of the state government, is proof
positive that they were just as tine a
crowd as they appeared. Denver
has always been noted for the push
and energy of its business men, that
alone being responsible for such a
beautiful and large city having been
built without any apparent demand
for it, and this boosters train com
posed of mostly of the younger gen
eration shows that the mantle is
falling on worthy shoulders and
Denver will oontinue to be the oity
of the far west.
Owing to the train being late the
stay here had to be cut to one hour
muoh to the regret of both the visi
tors and oor people.
The Hobo Millennium.
Those of us who basely toil for a
living, do, to console ourselves for
our lack of wit and courage, sooff
and deride the “hobo.” We speak
of him as one destitute of “pride,”
whioh, somehow, we regard as a
noble quality, though it causes most
of our troubles. The hobo acknowl
edges that be has no “pride,” and is
glad of it, but he denies the other
allegations that we make against
him; to-wit, that he does not concern
himself with ths great problems of
the race, nor seek to improve con
As testimony to the fact that he
does seek to better the world, be
may point to the “Brotherhood Wel
fare Association.” an organization of
hobos founded by James Eads Howe,
and the declared objeot of whioh is
to absolve man from toil; or, at least
from taskmasters.
This association holds regular
meetings here and listens to address
es (whioh proves that the hobo is
not afraid of work) and is endeavor
ing to “point away.” Two weeks
from now, Mr. Howe will address
the society on “The Hobo and the
Millennium.” We await that address
with interest. In it Mr. Howe will
doubtless show that the millennium
will be ushered in by the hobo, who
will ultimately convert the world to
his way of thinking. It be a toilless
1000 years.
And what happier condition oonld
be imagined than one in whioh no
person labored for another? After
all, the hobo idea of the millennium
does not differ greatly from the
Christian idea of a future state. In
both there is nothing to do but loaf,
and sing. The hobo's idea is, in
deed, superior, for he hopes to rea
lize this condition on earth for all
men, while in ths other, man must
wait until they die, and then take
chances of being sent to Hades,
whioh is a place of everlasting toil.
Speed the hobo millennium. —Ex.
Enterprise Doings.
Dr. Hasty spent a couple of days
on his ranoh this week looking after
his sheep.
Mrs. Kinison, residing on one of
Markham’s farms, is very low with
typhoid fever.
The Lamar Register
Mr. Terpening is again fixing his
sheep pens in order and getting
ready for a fine feed this winter.
Denver Cook is bnsy in this part
of the country tiying his new en
gine and huller on the alfalfa seed.
M. F. Ralston and Oscar Man left
Monday for Utah where they will
purchase 6000 fine lambs which they
are prepared to feed this winter.
Mrs. Joseph Vanbooser was called
away to Lamar the past week on ac
count of the serious illness of her
sister, Miss Sarah Allen.
The 14 year old son of A. F. Ral
ston who has been very low with the
typhoid fever is slowly improving
and we hope soon to see him up
Harry Cline has his new house
plastered and the carpenters are now
busy finishing it and Mr. Cline will
soon be comfortably settied in his
new home.
L. S. Cox is building a two story
concrete block house. This when
finished will be one of the finest in
the oountry and will oause all who
see it to say that looks just like
E. V.
Prowers Sayings.
Beet shipping has begun at this
Mr. Mann has been away several
days after sheep.
J. B. Carley and Ethel went to
Las Animas last Saturday.
Three of Mr. Mulvihill’s ohildren
are ill with typhoid fever.
School will not begin here for
some time as the teacher is ill at her
home in Lamar.
The large gangs of Mexicans and
Italians that have been working
here for several weeks have moved
west to Martin.
Gladys McLean was injured last
week in a wreck caused by her horse
becoming scared by an automobile,
but she is recovering rapidly.
The force working on the bridge
north of town has it repaired. Peo
ple may now oross it without dan
Lamar Lawyers Banquet.
The members of the Prowers
County Bar Association gave a ban
quet last Wednesday evening in the
lodge room of the Goodale building
in honor of their President, Gen. C.
0. Goodale, who has lately returned
from a trip to Great Britain and
various points on the continent of
Europe. The banquet was some
what elaborate and a very enjoyable
affair. The members of the Asso
ciation were all present exoept Mr.
J. B. Traxler, who was absent from
the oity. After satisfying what is
sometimes oalled the “inner man”,
the lawyers spent several hours in
conversation, telling anneodotes and
jokes which only lawyers can tell,
but, above all, listening to the very
interesting account the guest of
honor, Gem Goodale, had to give
his hearers of his travels, supple
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OUR BUYER has just recently returned from the eastern markets. While there he purchased the latest Novelties
as well as the largest and most complete Fall and Holiday Line ever brought to Lamar, consisting ot Jewelry, Brace
lets, Pins, Brooches, Combs, Silverware, Cut Glass, Fancy Chinaware, Toilet, Manicure and Traveling Sets in Ebony, Cellu
loid. Sterling Silver and Plated Ware, Medallion and other Pictures
BOOKS-The Largest Variety Of All Kinds
Christmas Cards, Booklets, Etc.
E ALSO have Dolls, Teddy Bears (all sizes) and Toys of all descriptions. We are now engaged in remodelling
’ ▼ pur store in order to make room for our immense stock and expect to have most of it in place by November 15th.
Watch for our opening. It will be a treat to see our goods even if you don’t buy. Everything is new and up to date.
We always carry the lines that please both young and old. Remember the old reliable McLean Brothers, Lamar, Colorado
Beginning Saturday, October 12th.
II Everything throughout the store will be
Days The store will be closed Friday, Oct. 11, to arrange stock j
OUR Store will be open all through the campaign from 6:30 a. m. until 9 p. m.
Saturdays and pay-days until 10 p. m.
Our store is crowded with stock that is serviceable and seasonable and we are
determined to get the cash
The Golden Rule Store.
M. SIMON, Proprietor
mented, at times, by pertinent ob
servations of Mr. J. O. Horn who
had, some years ago been over much
of the same ground.
The lawyers were particularly
well pleased with the manner in
whioh Mr. and Mrs. Glover prepared
and served the good things that
tiekled their palates on thisoocasion.
In the Matter of the Estate of Peter K. Han
non. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given. That oa Tuesday the
sth day of Nov. A. D, 1907. being one of the
regular days of tho September term of the County
Court of Prowers County, in the State of Colo
rado, I, Janie* L. Mayfield. Administrator of
■aid estate, will appear before the Judge of
said Court, present my final settlement as such
Administrator, pray the approval of the same,
and will then apply to be discharged as such
Administrator. At which time and place any
person in interest may appear and persent ob
jections to the same if any there be.
Dated at Lamar, Colorado. Sept. SO, 1907.
Jambs L. Mayfibld,
Administrator of tho estate of Petor K. Hanson,
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1 Our Removal Sale I
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• We have leased the room in the State Bank Block now occupied by C. L. Margrave, and we S
J will sell for the next thirty days all our J
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} Jewelry, Silverware, Watches, Clocks and Chinaware at Greatly Reduced Prices 5
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• Everything in stock has been cut in prices so as to save moving and make room for our large S
J Holiday Stock to be opened in the new store. J
j H. GERSTENLaiJER. Jeweler & Optician ji
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