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fclwnl M tha I\T»uffh» in L«mv, Colorado M mead «Um mafl matter. PabUMmd Weakly by Editor and Proprietor Sobteriptka Bates: Omlmi MJO Three JlooUu 4®e Sitltodh* 71 Sineie Copy Se Wmhmi, February I*4 1908 A Good Arid Land Bill. Senator Smoot baa in trad need a bill in ilia Sonata making provision for taking np homestead* upon and or aarni arid land, for dry fanning porposM. This measure provides that anj sitizen may seoare 4 320 acres of land that is non-irrigabls, non-timbered, and see ore a patent to the aame upon oomplying with certain conditions. It is not required that a person live upon this land, bat, daring the eeoond year after the land has been taken np one-fonrth of the area most be placed ander cultivation, and one half daring the third, fourth and fifth jeara. If thaae conditions are oom plied with, then the patent will issue. This bill*will serve a very useful purpose and Colorado should be in terested in seeing that it becomes a law. We have millions of acres which are subject to just these con ditions, and which may be made val uable and productive homesteads. The law contemplates that the land shall prove that it is subject to cultivation by the dry farming pro ossa, and for'this reason the clauses are placed in the bill requiring cul tivation. For, if it may not be cul tivated successfully in this way, it will be of no use to the settler, and may as well remain the property of the government. A judicious eelec lion of government land under this bill will bring to Colorado thousands of people and aid materially in the settlement and development of this state.—Colorado Springs Telegraph. MARKET Still Good. The Kansas City Drovers Telegram of February Bth, has thej following about ana of oar large aheep feeders: D. D. Gorman of Lamar, Colo., is oae of tho roprooontativo sheep feed ers of the upper Arkansas river val ley. Yesterday Mr. Gorman had on the market 2 carloads of owse good enough to bring $5, and 2 earloads of wet ken that sold for 96.25. Mr. Gorman has a fsw carloads back, whioh will finish?up his winter feed ing. “In looking the situation over,’* he said, “I think almost half of the fed lambs havs been marketed in that oountry. Feeders are new slot ing them out, but I do not look for a rush. A good many feed for the late market, thinking it would be the best, and the runs are being dis tributed mere evenly on that aooeunt. Taking the whole valley through, no more sheep are on feed now than we had a year ago. And it is pretty safe to say that in many other places fsw er are being fed. Thia will no doabt help the market along. If sheep feeders san clean up a little better than even, they will be satisfied, I think. There was a time when they fully expected to lose heavily, but the market has shown considerable strength sioce than. Ths winter has bean an ideal one for feeding.” Coming Back For Residence. W. K. Winterhalter, the well known supervisor of the agricultural work of the A.8.9. Co., who has been in Europe the past veer acquainting himself with the latest methods for getting the largest possible amount of saochanne matter into a sugar beet, arrived in New York the other day on his way home. On his arrival he will assume the responsible posi tion of General Superintendent of Agriculture for the A.B.S. Co., in this valley, and will make his head quarters at Rocky Ford instead of Lamar. The return of Mr. aud Mrs. Winterhalter to residence here will be learned of with pleasure by a goodly circle of acquaintances who formerly enjoyed them in a social way.—Rocky Ford Enterprise. Fearful Water. It haa been dinned into the ears of the public so much that the water supply of Garden City is bad that some have actually corn# to believe it, but no on# realised the extreme danger until it was stated in a local paper the other night that many fires in Garden City were due to water and drain pipes and unsanitary plumbing. That the eeeaping gasee would expand and ferment and fin ally burst into flames. It has been known for some time that it was as muoh as a man’s life was worth to s!and ten minutes in front of a man hole or catch basin of. the Garden City sewer system but no one realiz ed the imminent danger that subter ranean fires might break out at any moment and perhaps consume the victim standing near a catch basin. We tremble even now to think what might have happened to some prom inent citizen if his system bad been filled with sewer gas while passing a catch basin and a sheet of flames suddenly burst oat of a water or drain pipe and consumed him on the spot. We have always understood thst firee might start from an over heated furnace, bat never imagined that spontaneous combustion might start because of unsanitary plumbing. The danger is pressing, for wa sup pose our esteemed contemporary knows what it is talking about, and tba only remedy will be to blow up the sewer system and stop the peo ple from using water except to put out spontaneous firee. —Garden City Herald. Church Notes BAPTIST CHCBCH The ladies aid society was moet pleae antiv entertained last Thursday at the borne of Mra.M. Strata. The attendance was large, the refreehments served were delicious, and the afternoon was moet heartily enjoyed. The next regular meeting will occur Thursday of next week ehen the society will be entertain ed by Mis. a M. Lee. “The Supreme Mission of the Church” grill be the pastor's theme Sunday morn ing at llo’clock. The double quartette will render special music. A special invitation is given to all the uiemoers and friends of the church to increase the inter eel in the Bible school by itlending at 10 a. m. next Sunday. “Ministering to the Prisoners and the Poor" will be thespecial and time ly topic for the young people and their friends at the young people’s service Sunday evening at 6:3X Mr. S. D. Church is the leader. The pastor will speak at 7:30 Sunday on “Lessons from the Life of Abraham L ncoln.” The young people's society hsv# plann ed and anticipate a very pleasant even ing st • “Valentine Social” at the Church Friday of this week. School Notes. Miss Daisy Robinson has had charge of the second grade at Central far two weeks sad is succeeding with bar work. A mothers' meeting will bo bold at the Central school on Friday of this week. This is the first of s senes of three meet ings. The date of the meetings st the other two buildings will bo announood later. The meeting on Friday afternoon will follow the regular literary exercise a and will be largely informal. Toptas for general discussion will be proponed on subjects relating to school and home training. All patrons of tho oohools are oerdially invited to attend. The general program will begin aoon after 3 o’clock. On Monday evening Rev. R. H. For reater addressed the teachers on ths top 10 “Religion in the Public Schools.' Ths ooard liberal views advanced on this subject aroused a keen internet on the part of the listeners snd were appreciat ed throughout. Mr. Forrester considers the Colorado law, which prohibits relig ious instruotion in tho schools, a wise mesas re. Ha would however, tea oh a reverence for all religion. It is not nec essary to introduce the Bible as s text into our schools but the spirit of its teaobings should prevail in the instruct tion and life of the teacher. $1500.00 Reward. By Order of the Board of County Conuni*- iioaen of Prowers County. Colorado. A reward of Fifteen Hundred Dollars lIUOUvAi) will be paid for the arrest and con viction of ths party or parties who iaordar«d Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Maxwell at their n-.us sear * CHA3. F. HOAQ. county Clark. Dated et Lamar. Colo., Fab. 12. ISOS. Do you know that Pin seal ve Car hol laed seta like a pouitioa in drawing oat out inflammation ana poison? It is an tiseptic. For cute,.burca^caema^:rack ed ban dr it is immadiate relief. 2Se. Sold hj The Up ui-Dara Drug 00. Use DeWitt’s Little Hedy Risers, pleasant little pi 11a. They are easy to take. Sold by The Up-To-Date Drug 00. Grippe is sweeping the country. Stop it with Prevention, before it gets deeply seated. To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cere Tablets is surely sensible and safe, prevention contain no Quine, no laxative, nothing harah or sick ening. Pneumonia would never appear if early oolds were promptly br >ken. Also good for feverish children. Large tablets, 35 cents. Vest pocket boxen 5 cents, .'old by All Dealers. If you have Catarrh, nd yourself of this repulsive disease. Ask Dr. Shoop of Racine, Wis.,to mail you free, a trial box of his Dr. Shoop Catarrh Remedy. A simple, single test, will surely tell you a Catarrh truth well worth yonr knowing. Write today, Dont suffer longer. All deal er*. Bert Barber, of Elton, Wia_, saps: “I have only taken four doses of your Kid ney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me mors than any other medi cine has ever dona, I am still taking ths pills sa I want a perfect cure.” Mr. Bar ber refers to DeWitt’e Kidney and Blad der pilla They are sold by The Up-Te- Date Drug Co. At timee>hen you don't feel just right, when you have a bad stomach, take some thing right away that will assist diges tion; not something that will stimulate for a time but something that will posi tively do the very work that the stomach preforms under ordinary and normal oonditions, something that will maka ths food digest. To do this you must take a nn.ural digeetant like Kodol For Dys pepsia. Kodol is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids with natural digee tan ts snd oontaias the same juioss found in a healthy stomach. Each dose will dig est more than 3,000 grains of food food It is sure to afford prompt relief; it dig ests what you est and is splendid ts take Sold by Ths Up To-Date Drug 00. MOETOX NTHAIM. FrssfcUet J. W. PAXTON. Tim Prm. L. p. aDAMS, re**es CAPITAL *BO,OOO THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO MBCCTOM MOBTON STRAIN J. W. PAXTON L. P. ADAMS w L. MOREHOUSE J. W. ZOLLABS B. T. MsCLAVK A. DKBTBR We want your basin ass. large or small, and offer every facility oonsistsrt with safe and oeosarvativa hanking A oca aata Received Sabiect to Chock. Meaay Orders Sold 3D. Ej. COOPER Real Estate, Loan & Insurance Agen: B. B. ttaows, Pres A. S. Passiso. Vioe Proa. W. 0. Gould, Oash The First National Bank OF LAMAJt. OOLORASO. Capital 850.000 Surplus 520.00 C DUtBOTORS B. B. Baowx. T. M. Baowa. W. C. Gould. M. D. Thatches. A. N, Parrish. I LEE' 3 STOCK FOOD LEE’S UCE KILLER •: We will receive in a few days a small car of J > > Dixie Brand Cotton Nut Cake. This is coo* « I sidered one of the best winter and spring ! ; feeds for stock to tone and sleek them up. J The Lamar Seed Co. FOED H. KELSEY, fUnager Let us book your order now for what you want, so we can tell if another car is needed, < | as it takes considerable time to get it beie. Too Lots, $30.00. too pound lacks, |i.6o. i< LEE’S 800 MAKER LEE’S QER/UZONB <| * *********************** <********4***********^********? Coal Facts There are a number of grades of Canon City Coal but when you buy from us you get the BEST that is mined, beyond tuestion. We can also supply the cheaper grades of Trini ad and other coals. We are always in the market for your ALFALFA SEED, paying the highest prices. zxxm strain bros A. E. EVERETT Dealers in Meats ill Mils fie is SI fays Phsse 473 Black HBEST RANGES the be* in market. Throw out that old j stove and buy a range that will save its price in; coal, and make the work ••tier too PLUMBING a SPECIALTY The vary Best Materials and the moet Expert Workmen C. C. Huddleston Hardware, Implements, Harness Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We carry the largest stock in our line ever carried in eeatera Colorado and can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO -Dml« In Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats Sooth Sain St. ’Phone No. Lamar 7 Register and Globe-Democrat $2 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Laad Office «t Urntr, Colo- Faby. T. HOB. Notice i» hereby givea that Angie McClure, of Lamer. Colo., bai filed notice of hie mtec:lon to make &atl fire jeer proof in support of his claim, ru: Home*lced Entry No. MU. mods Dec. 90. 1903. for the Nfc NE* section 33 end NS NWJf of section h. township 23 aouth. rup 46 west 9th P M.. end thet seid proof will be mode before the Register end Receiver et Lamar. Colo., on April 7. 1909. He name the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upoo end cultivation of. the land, vis: Edgar M- Steward. L. Wirt Markham. Ell wood E- Pike. Herbert M. Wheeler, all of La mar. Colorado. fU-mld Jobs A. William*. Recister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Office at Lamar. Colo- Feb. 7.1908. is hereby given that William Me- Clare, of Lamar. Colorado, has filed notice of bis intentioo tto make final five year proof in support of his claim, vis: Home stead Bn try No. 3480 made December 30.1982. for the XE-* section 23 and SJ4 N W-* section 33 township S 3 som h range <8 west Beh P. U and that said proof will bs made before the Recis ter and Receiver at Lamar. Colo., on April 7. 1908. He nsmes the folio wine witnesses to prove his oonunuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, vis: Edgar M. Steward. L. Wirt Markham. Ell wood R. Puts and Herbert M. Wheeler, all of Lamar. Colorado. fIA-mIS Joan A. Williams. Recister. SUMMONS SSST./SSKS’}-- ns.c—wo™. Alffred B. New. Plaintiff. \ WUey URisk!Herbert E.Ball/ trustee for the ose of O. S.\ BTTU unva Bovma&snd O.S. Bowman. / SUMMONS Herbert E. Bell trustee far i the use of B. R. Wheeler. V and B. B Wheeler. 1 Defendants. / The People of the State of Colorado, To Wiley L. Risk. Herbert E. Ball, trustee for the use of O. 8. Bowman, and 0.8. Bowman. Herbert E. Ball trustee for the use of a a Wheeler, and B a Wheeler, the defendants above named, Greeting: Yob are hereby required to appear to am ootloo brought against yew by do above named plaintiff la tho Csaaty Os art of Prowars county, state of Colo rado. aad answer the complaint there in within twenty days after the aervtoß 0909 if. If served within this eounty; CO. If served out of this county, er by pub- Uootlea. within thirty days after lit ossein hereof, esclaslee of tho dor of say vise; or Judgment by default will be loboo agmlaat you aeeordlag to toe prayer of the eomplaiat. Aad If o oopar of the eomplaiat la the above eotitled ootioo be oot served with this sammooo or If the service hereof be made oot of IMs elate, then ten daya additional 9o the time hereinbefore specified for ap lonnn aad answer will be allewoi gffjrn tailing of Judgmsot bp do- The said action is brought to quiet title to the following described real estate, situate. lying and beang in the County of Prowers and state of Colorado; to wit: The east half ef the southwest quarter [EM of 3WM] sod lot* eix [*l end seven [7l of sec tion six [BJ township twenty-four [l4l south, of range forty-seven [4TJ west of the 6th P. M., containing one hundred fifty-six and five one-hundredths [lMb] scree, more or leee. government survey. as will more fully appear from the complaint in aaid action to which reference is bee* mads: a copy of which complaint is hereto attached. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and to answer the sold complaint as abo vs required, the said plaintiff will cause judgment by default to be entered against yoa for the relief demanded in said eomplaiat. Given under my hand and the seal of aaid Court, of Lamar, in said county, this 34th day of January, A. D. 1908. GEORGE H. THORNE. [County Court Seal] Judge and Acting Clerk. SUMMONS Cooa?y°of C Prowers > I **• In th. County Coast Alfred B. New. Plaintiff. \ Bloquain. E. 0. Her-1, SUMMONS rill, trustee for the use of/ N. C. Merrill, and N. C.l Merrill. Defendants. ) The People of the State of Colorado. To Norbort Bloquain. R. C. Merrill, trustee fer the use of I. C. Merrill, and X. C. Merrill, the defendants above named. Greeting: Tea are hereby reg aired it appear «i SjrnJgTOJgg eFEjs Oourl ef Prewers seaaty. Mato sf CMi rade, aad aaswer the eomplaiat there in within twenty days after the eervtae bereeC if wmd within this napty; m. If served oat of this eeaaty. er by pub lish ilea. within thirty daya aflar the gar vies hereof, azc.uatva ad the tor ed see vise; er Judgment by default wfll he lag— against you aeeerdlag te the prayer of th# eomplaiat. Aad iff a oepw ed the eomplaiat la the above eatitied aetlea be not served with this earn mean er If the service hereof he made eat ed thta state, thea tea days additional la tls time aerelabefere specified for ap ggrKffjgpr The said sctioo is brought to quist title to the following described real estate, situate. lying and being in the Countyof Prowers and state of Colorado; to wit: The soutbest auarter [SBi%] of section thirty-one [SI], township twenty-three [l3] south of range forty-sevso f4.] west of Bth P. M.. containing one hundred sixty [lßo] seres, more or less, government survey, ss will more fully appear from the complaint ia said action to which reference is here made: a eopv of which complaint is hereto attached. Ana you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and to answer theenld eomplaiat as above required, the said plaintiff will cause j udgment by default to be entered against you for the relief demanded in said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal af said court, at Lamar, in aaid county, this 34th day of Jaanary. A. D. UH. GEORGE H. THORNE. [County Court Seal] Judge and Acting Clerk. SUMMONS SEWSSK?}-- L.U-CO-.WC— Alfred B. New. Plaintiff. \ Defendant*. J The People of the State of Colorado. To H. M. King and R. W. Griggs, the defen dants above named. Greeting: Tea ase hereby regalrad le appear to am aeUen brought e pal at yew by mi above named plulatl* la the Copal r Oeart of Prowora eowaty. state ef Oh|e rado. and answer the eomplaiat tbere la within twenty dare after the eorrteo hereof, if served within this aeumty; er. If served eat of this seaaty. or by pab usaUen. within thirty daya after tha service hereof, ezcluslve ef tho dag of eorvtoo: or Judgment by default win be taken against you according to fhe prayer of the complaint. And If a eopv of the complaint In the abeve oaMtled act 100 bo not served with this nmmiai or If the service hereof be made cut of this state, then tea days additional to tho time hereinbefore specified for ap poaraaeo and answer will be aliowod before the taking ef Judgment bp de fault as aforesaid. The said action is brought to gbiel titled to the following described • Peal estate, situate. lying and being in the County of Prowers and State of Colorado; to wit: The northeast quarter f NEK J of section •ix [B], township tweotv-fourTM] south, of range fortj-teven  west or Bth P.M.. containing on* honored sixty [lßo] acres, more or lew. government *urvey. as will more folly appear from the complaint in said action to which reference is here made; a copy of which complaint is hereto attached. And yoa are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and to answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause judgment by default to be entered against you for the relief demanded in aaid complaint. Given ander my hand and the seal of said Coart, at Lamar, in said county, this34thday of January, A. D. 1908. GEORGE H. THORNS. [County Court Seal] Judge and Acting Clerk Clarke & Rosacrans Plumbers & Steamfitters iauliae aa 4 Stem Eagiac Wirt. Pups ft Wiaiaflb Our Prices are right. Give us a cal Shop one-half block east of Main aouth of Laundry A Good Place To Trade 1 Our Fell and Winter Stock of iFumiihtag* is arriving daily. A big new line of Hats, Capa. Gloves, Overalls, DucklCoats, Etc. Shoe Department ,Our stock of Men's, Women’s and Child ren’s Shoes was never more complete. All the Latest styles and shapes Grocery Department Our Grocery Department is chock full of everything good to eat. Visit our store, get prices, and see if this is not a good place to trade EVERETT.& CHURCH Queensware Graniteware Qhinaware Tinware Linoleum PIH THE FAIR PROFESSIONAL CARDS GRANBY HILLYBR attorney and Counselor at Law Luu, Coloudo. Imnd Floor 0000010 Bulimno. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Lout, Coloudo. Offloo in Bont Bin., Bast Main St. WELLINGTON;!!. FEE _H.trtona.o3r at Lew Lamar, Colorado. W. A. MERRILL A.ttomey-at-Ij*ur Office in FolejJßld.. UMAR - . . COLORADO C C GOODALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Offioe in Goodale Block LAMAR : : : OT LOKADO DR. E. E. BARTELT Physician and Surgeon Offioe over New York store, or inquire et MoLeen Bros.’ drug store. J*. S. HABTT. I*. O. -Pin Rooms 1 A 3 over Kiret National Bank Phone Lemur 07 offioe. UMAB. OOLOBAOe J. H. HARDY, OSTEOPATH ' v Office hours 9to 13 nnd 3 to 3; by appoint ment after hours and Sundays. Phone, leatoeae Black 363; office Bad 1883. Residence. 900 Third Street I f.i. Office. State Bank Block LaMBT, MIA A Bold Step. Te overcome the well-gronnded sai reasonable objection* of the more Intel* llgent to the use of secret, medicinal com pound*, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. x- some time ago, decided to make a bold departure from the usual course punned by the maker* of put-up medicine* for do ■* published broad whole world, a full *ll the ingredients oelUoa of his widely Thus ha has takes aad patients into ‘bus too be has r»» from among secret JSsSw JR famous medicine for vAk stomach. wld Ilvar or bUloueneas and all eetanhaldlsaaeM wherever located, have printed upon ti de •tote EngtieA. a fall end completolist of a3 hssstki-is schools of practice, containing vary numer ous extrncm from the writings of leading preetlUonere of med Urine, gnderting 8n tS to any owe sanding arldraaaon by latter, to Dr. K V.PUros Baff akkrl T sod fieaueetlng the seme, hut this litSfi book It will be learned that DrVFlantoa w - iclnea contain no aloohoL narcotics, mlnaral Mjmtserothsrpaisonousor Injurious agents sad that they ere mada from native madid yyr» ago.by the Indians for similar el]menu “feting thair aqnawa In fad, one of «a F. E. IRWIN Civil Engineer end Surveyor Offloo o,or 107 south Mojo Lamar, Colo. C. LEE Far* aid City Lsus Beal Estate and Insurance LAIAB MARBLE WOHS e. a simu. n«fi manufaoturar of granite and marbla MONUMENTS All kinds of Cut Stone Trim mings for Brick or Stona Houses furnished on abort notice. Postal <£iqar Stand Located in the Opera House Barber Shop Bandies H Different Kinds Sole agents for all styles Oaacdkrs, Uwrtsce Barrett, La CMfedea, uf Key Vest Qieea, Best Sc Cigar m eartk Special Rates by the Box Also a fall line of saoine ui aEvwc niicces Gome in see as A. T. & 8. F, TmaCsso. Dtilfi Lamtr, Colorado Dully. Effective Sunday. Nov. 19th, 1907 ut 13:01 u. m Wasr Boone. East Bo pup. Me. i 319 u.m. No. 3 13 8i u.m * ••u. m. No. A snu.cn * 113 u. in. No. t 3BYu. m 1 338 u. m. No. • 11 13 p. m * •« u.m. No. 10 10 40 p. m Ho -"® Uoou.b. No. 870 111 p. m I Me. Bund 10 beoome Kudu* City und K1 j Peso truins. tusk log eoaasetiou* Ut Lu Junto for Pueblo und north. G. J. GARVIN. A«m Stationary Proposals Pursuant to the uetiou eg the Board of Oouo *7 Lommiaelooere of ProwsguOounty, Btote of Colorado. In rsjaetiog all Mds f.w “ifekeforthe yeur 1908; I hereby give nottoe thut bide will be received tor the furnishing of uudStottooery for Pnvei County, for ***■ an«U U o'clock neon. February B*h. 1908; eume to bejnede on und ueeoraing to Prowere County, ceptw nf which will be tornished to uny and ell printing concern* deairing to bid. . 5“' * hereof. 1 here hereunto set my bund und ufflxed the seel of euld Cormty. ut thU ,th<ta » ot January, A. D. 1909. into!.] GHAU. F. HOAO. County Cltob. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Laed Omcs at Laisab. Ooao. ) Jun. 6, nOS. f N otio * her*hr given thut Lon Flloon of Lumer. Colo., he* filed notiee ef hAe intention to moke Onai five year proof in v Up, Krs ot Homestead Jtotrr No. 3017 made Nov. 3. 1900. for the southwest quarter southeast quarter, south half eon th wee * quarter esc. M. and southeast quarter souths** t quarter, aes. 90, tp. 36 *, rug 46 w. and thut M«d proof will be made before Recistor * Reo«fW »t Lamar. Colorado, oa February lfi. 1908. of aaid land, vis; Pettierew, Jeaa* Taaaar. John Bamlts and Elmer L. Markham, all of Lamar. Cola.