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COUNCIL DOINGS
The board of trustees met in regu
lar session Monday evening, May 3.
with M. Strain, mayor pro tom. In the
chair. Present: Mayor Pro Tern
Strain, Trustees HutcMiui. Johusto.i,
Maxwell and .McLean. Absent: May
or Maxwell, Trustee Gould.
The minutes of the several meet
ings held during the month of April
•were read and on motion approv-e<f.
The foowlng bills, having been au
dited and approved by the finance
remittee, were on motion allowed:
Lamar Daily News, printing
bat of nominations $129 60
iC. R. Beardsley, salary 160 00
C. W. Heaton, salary 71 00
W. C. McGurry, salary 71 00
John B. Russell, bal salary.. 33 50
Geo. H. Thomas, salary 39 00
C. W. Heaton, clerk, cash ad
vanced 13 90
Colorado Tel. Co., service.... 11 40
Ij&mar Light, Heat and Power
Co., lights and heat 149 16
tMcLean Bros., stat B."i
18. C. Mace, meals for priso
ners 16 00
W. Hover, engineer’s helper.. 30 00
E. M. Davis, typewriting .... 7 56
Lamar Auto Co., livery and re
pairs 17 10
(Stanley Maxwell, auto hire .. 6 00
W. H. Feast, labor 10 00
iC. C. Huddleston, supldes .... 21 10
J. V. Davidson, drilling wolle 128 50
C. W. Heaton, clerk, paid type
writer 36 00
J. 8. Hunter, salary 70 00
M. C. White, pumping 60 00
G. W. Hunter, pumping 36 00
C. W. Heaton, clerk —
Water works supplies 76 83
Coal and freight 183 72
Engineer’s suplies 8 60
T. J. Swan, street work 79 63
R. Isaacs, street work 17 50
(F. L. Moore, care of park.... 43 35
J. R. Wade, salary 60 00
Davis & Davis, mdse 2 00
Miller & McKenzie, clean big
aerwor 2 50
Lamar and Ark. River Ditch
Co., assessment 36 00
Bed Rock Ditch Co., aast .... 12 00
The engineer submitted the follow
ing report:
“The Boulder Iron Works Co. has
done the following work to date.
There is about 700 to 800 feet to be
Ibackfilled yet. The backfilling Is go
ing on dolly:
530 feet of gallery at 6.74..53,572 20
3,121 feet of 12 inch pipe in
place at 1.04 3,245 84
200 feet reinforcement 271 00
2 12 Inch valves at 45.00 90 00
Total $7,179 04
10 per cent retained 717 90
Payments under previous esti
mates 5,000 00
Belnace due 1,461 14
The report was accepted and on
motion the Boulder Iron Works Co.
was slowed SI,OOO on Its contract.
ECZEMA CURABLE' PROVEN.
Attorney at Moline, 111., Convinced
by Oil of Wintergreen Com
pound.
There Is nothing that will convince
a lawyer except evidence.
Now, here Is some rather startling
evidence of a simple home cure for
enema which convinced one lawyer,
F. C. Entrlken, attorney at Moline,
Dl. He tells how oil of wintergreen
compound mixed with thymol and gly
cerine, as in D. D. D. Prescription,
cured him in thirty days after thirty
tvo years of suffering.
"Ftor 32 years,” writes Attorney Bn-
Criken, **l was troubled with eczema,
scabs oil over my face, body and
head. I could run a hah* brush over
kay body and the floor would be
covered with scales enough to fill
a basket. 1 tried everything—salves.
Internal medicine, X-Ray—all with
out result."
"Just a month ago I was Induced
to try D. D. D. Prescription. The
Itch was relieved instantly: so 1
continued. It Is just a month now
and I am completely cured. 1 have
toot a particle of itch and the scales
have dropped off.”
**l can only say again Cure Discov
ered. I am now starting all eczema
sufferers on the Tight track."
• Cure after euro has been brought
to our attention and always that In
to taut relief from the awful Itch.
The Up-to-Date Drug Co.
HIGH-0-ME
That’s the way to pronounce Hyomie
The Money-Back Catarrh Cure
As doubt exist# In the uiiials of
many readers of the Register let us
say that the above is the proper
pronunciation of America's moat
wonderful catarrh cure. The Up-to-
Date Drug Co. is the agent for Hyo
xnei in aLmar and they will sell you
an Inhaler for use, for only >l.OO.
And if it fails to cure acute or
chromic catarrh, asthma, bronchitis,
croup, hay fever or coughs and colds,
be will give you your money back.
The person who wafers from catarrh
after such an offer as that, must
like to snufle, spit and wheeze, and
be generally disgusting.
Read what Mr. G. F. Lowe, says:
“I have used Hyomel for a case
at catarrh which had bothered
me for a long time. 1 can say that
Hyomel killed the germs of the dis
ease and gave me the much sought
s-tvH needed relief. From this experi
ence 1 know Hyomel to be a reliable
remedy, and 1 give It the praise and
recommendation that it deserves." —
G. F. Lowe, R. F. D. No. 7, Allegan,
Mich, September 19 1908.
MI-ORA
Cures indigestion
It relieves stomach misery, bout stom
ach, belching, and cures all stomach dis
ease or money back. Large box of tab
lets 60 cents. Druggists in all towns.
Notice of Redemption
of School Orders.
Office of County Treasurer, |
Prowers County, Colo. \
April 21, 1909.
Notice is hereby giveu that I will
tedeern at my office in Prowers
county,all houoj. orders numbered
as follows:
AIfOUNI
.VO. DA IK IB.iL K UK
OUOKK
School District No. 14 General.
2134 Doc. 21, 1907 65 6i
2441 Dec. 21. 1907 70 70
3431.: Dec. 21, 1907 90 90
3430 Doc. 21, 1907 85 85
3447 Doc. 21, 1907 143 0?
3403 Nov. 23, 1907 81 11
2409 Nov. 23. 190 < 35 00
3169 Jit.li. 23, 1907 42 64
3179 lan. 31, 1907 65 65
3180 Jun. 31, 1907 65 65
3 190 Jun. 31, 1907 65 65
3485 Jun. 31, 1907 65 65
3488 Jun. 31, 1907 65 65
317/ Jun. 31. 190/ 65 65
3492 Jun. 31, 1907 65 65
3 186 lun. 31, 1907 65 65
3489 Jun. 31, 1907 143 12
3 176. .... .Jun. 31. 1907 112 22
3475 Jun. 31. 1907 90 90
3194 Jun. 31, 19'»7 70 70
3474 Jun. 31, 190/ 85 85
3491 Jun. 31. 1907 32 97
3179 Jun. 31. 1907 06 65
3481 lun. 31. 1907 65 65
3183 Jun. 31. 1907 65 65
f 2487 Jun. 31, 1907 65 65
3505 Fob. 29, 1908 113 32
3 .03 Feb. 29, 1909 85 85
3504 Fob. 29, 1908 90 90
3509 Fob. 29, 1908 65 65
3511 Fob. 29. 1908 65 66
3506 Fob. 29. 1908 65 65
3507 Feb. *9. 1908 65 65
3513 Feb. 29, 1908 70 70
3530 Fob. 29, 1908 65 6;»
3512 Fob. 29, 1908 65 65
3 .15 Fob. 29. 190 S 65 65
2516 Fob. 29. 1908 65 65
3514 Fob. 29. 1908 65 6u
3517 Fob. 29. 1909 65 65
3519 Fob. 29. 1908 65 6:.
3518 Feb. 29. 1908 143 Oi
3671 Oct. 9. 1909 66 6o
2672 Oct. 9. 1908 65 6o
2673 Oct. 9. 1908 65 66
2674 Oct. 9. 1909 65 65
2675 Oct. 9. 1909 65 65
2676 Oct. 9. 1908 65 65
2677 Oct. 9. 1908 66 6u
2679 OcL 9, 1908 65 66
2679 Oct. 9. 1908 65 6o
2680 Oct. 9. 1908 65 66
2681 Oct. 9. 1909 65 6:.
2682 Oct. ». 1908 65 6a
2683 Oct. 9. 1909 75 75
2688 Oct. 9. 1908 37 97
2691 Oct. 10. 1908 143 Ol
2487 Oct. 9. 1908 112 21
2686 Oct. 9. 1908 85 86
2684 Oct. 9. 1908 70 70
2695 Oct. 9. 1908 90 90
2715 Nov, 7. 1908 70 70
2702 Nov. 7. 1908 65 65
2703 Nov. 7. 1908 66 65
2706 Nov. 7. 1908 65 6;»
2707 Nov. 7. 1908 65 66
2709 NOV. 7. 1908 65 65
2709 Nov. 7. 1908 65 6:»
2710 Nov. 7. 1908 65 6»
2711 Nov. 7, 1908 65 66
2713 Nov. 7. 1908 65 66
2714 Nov. 7. 1908 75 75
2716 Nov. 7, 1908 90 90
School District No. 20 Special.
136 Mar. 25, 1907 *1 00
164 Oct. 28. 1907 4 20
173 April 4. 1908 245
170 Mar. 30. 1908 4 40
167 Dec. 12. 1907 10 00
187 Nov. 12. 1908 3 8.-.
191 Jan. 30. 1909 1 30
192 Feb. 10. 1909 70 00
191 Feb. 10. 1909 60 00
196 Jan. 30, 1909 64 3o
194 , 7O 00
School District No. 29 Special.
12 Aug. 11. 1908 60 00
13 AUK. 31, 1908 50 00
14 Auk. 31. 1908 60 OO
15 Auk. 31. 1908 60 00
High School No. (1) Ont.
24 Dec. I*. 1968 126 00
125 Jan. 22, 1909 126 00
26 Feb. 19. 1909 125 Oo
27 Mur. 19. 1909 126 00
High School District No. 3.
45 June 6, 1908 2 6a
61 Oct. 2, 190* 86 70
50 Sept. 23, 1908 28 76
62 Sept. 28, 1908 13 60
47 Sept, 29, 1908 21 84
48 Sept. 28, 1908 10 00
51 Sept. 29. 1908 6 70
49 Sept. 28. 1909 87 00
56 OcU 2. 1908 170 00
67 OcU 8. 1908 28 52
53 Sept. 28. 1908 22 44
58 OcU 30. 1908 170 00
60 OcU 30. 1908 86 70
55 OcU 2, 1909 102 0O
59 OcU 30. 1908 102 00
Interest will cease on the above
named orders after May 21, 1909.
J. T. ADKINS,
County Trsaaursr.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado,
April 20, 1909.
NOTICE is hereby Kiven that Ira
Fred Troutman, of Queen Beuch, Colo.,
who on Dec. 6, 1907, made homestead
entry No. 03946. Hd. No. 9092, for the
Northeast quarter of Section 34, Town
ship 20 South, KanKe 47 West of the
6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make Final commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the register and
receiver, at Lamar, Colo., on the 10th
day of June, 1909.
Claimant namea as witnesses:
John O. Stream. Charles E. Skilling.
Carl D. Bets, all (3) of Lamar, and
Samuel C. Kltterman, of Queen Beach,
Colorado.
JOHN A WILLIAMS,
Register.
COAL!
We handle the genuine Canon
City Coal—the coal that bums
to ashes and does not leave the
stove full of clinkers which ruins
the lining and gratae in your
stoves. We handle this in Lnmp
and also in Nut or Sgg site.
This size comes BOc cheaper than
the Lump. We also handle the
Anthracite Trinidad Lump, Nut
and Mine Sun, which is cheaper
and is used by some for domestic
use, but more generally for steam
and furnaces. Also handle Pea
Coal, which makeß a cheap cook
stove coal. The George's Creek
Big Vein Blacksmith Coal is the
best Coal mined for foundry and
blacksmith nse.
All kinds of field Seeds for
spring planting will soon be in.
We also deal in all kinds of
Feed and Poultry supplies.
LAMAR SEED CO.
F. H. KELSEY, Manager.
SUMMONS.
State of Colorado )
(88. In the District
Count of Prowers) Court
Mary A. Krelder, Plaintiff.
VS. SUMMON.-'
Mary Jane Wilcox, John Krelder, Alex
under Krelder, Ann CJoodell, Ellen Arn
old, Willuin Krelder and Joseph Kreld
er, Defendants.
The People of the State of Colorado,
To Mury June Wilcox, John Krelder.
Alexander Krelder, Ann Goodell, Ellen
Arnold, William Krelder und Joseph
Krelder, the defendants above named,
GREETING:
iou are hereby required to appear in
an action brouKht against you by the u
bove named plaintiff In the District
Court of Prowers County, State of Col
orado. and answer the complaint there
in within twenty days after the service
hereof. If served within this County:
or. If served out of this County, or by
publication, within thirty days after
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day oi service; or Judgment by delault
will be tuken against you according to
the prayer of the complaint. Ana ir u
copy of the complaint in the above
entitled action be not served with litis
summons, or If the service hereof be
made out of this state, then ten duys
additional to the time hereinbefore
specified for appearance and answer
will be auowed before the taking oi
Judgment by default as aforesaid.
The said uction Is brought for a par
tition and division of the following de
scribed reul estate situate In Prowers
County, Colorado, to-wit: The S%
of Section 11 and the Nil of Section 14,
in Township 25 South, of Bunge 42 \V.
6th P. M. In Colorado, containing 640
acres; ulso the following described real
estate situate In Baca County, Colorado,
to-wit: Lots 1,2, 3 and 4 lu Section
33. of Township 29, South of Range 41
West, 6th I*. M. In Colorado, contain
ing One hundred und sixty seven und
85-100 acres, according to toe respec
tive rights of the parties uforesuid, or
If u partition cannot be hud without ma
terial Injury to those rights then ror a
sale of the suld premises und u division
of the proceeds between the parties, ac
cording to their rights ufter payment of
the costs of this uction.
The complaint herein alleges thut the
plaintiff bus an estate ot inheritance in
the above described land to the extent
of one undivided half Interest In the
fee thereof, und thut each of the above
uumed defendants have u similar es
tate of one undivided one fourteenth
therein, as will more fully uppear from
the complulnt In suld uction to which
reference Is here made: a copy of
which Is hereto attached.
And you are hereby notified that if
you full to appear, und to answer the
suld complaint ns above required, the
suld plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief asked for In the prayer of
the said complaint.
Given under my hund as clerk of the
District Court at Lamar In said County,
this 15th day of April A. D. 1909.
(Seal) CHAS. W. LUCK.
Clerk District Court,
by
J. W. BENT,
Deputy.
W. A. Merrill and F. J. McCarty, at
torneys for Plaintiff.
E. G. HENKINS.
COMMISSION BROKER
Will sell Dry and Irrigated Lands, Stock
Ranches and all kinds of Live Stock
Sheep a Specialty
List Tour Btuff with Me
Phone Prowers 130
SQO.OOOjuet received for farm loa
No delays.
L. Wirt Markham.
The W.M.Dickiasoa Lumber Co.
Yellow and White Pine Finish
Sash, Doors and Mouldings
Lime, Cement and Brick
Hardware, Furniture,
Tinware, Harness, etc,
We carry the largest stock in oar line ever carried
in eastern Colorado and can sell to yon at lowest
prioee ever known in the Arkansas valley
THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO.
G. M. SMITH, CHAS. MAXWELL. J. M. WILLIAMS. C. F. COOK,
President Vice Pres. Cashier Aset. Cashier.
Citizens State Bank
LAMAR, C OLORADO.
CAPITAL STOCK $35,000.00
DIRECTORS:
L L. Maxwell. O. M. Smith, Geo. A. Everett. J. M. Williams. J. R. Smi i.
Ch&s. Maxwell and E. 11. Gercrke.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
Carl & Hagaman
v^-u -ijvvvv-ii-iru-io
The Place to supply your wants in Lawn
Mowers, Hose, Hose supplies, Refrigerators,
Ice Cream Freezers, Up to-date Furniture and
Hardware. ....
Phone Lamar J 33 117 S. Main
LAMAR, - - - COLORADO
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Depaitment of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado,
April 20, 1909.
NOTICE le hereby given that William
H. Troutman, of Quoen Beuch, Colo.,
who on Dec. 6, 1907, made homestead
entry No. 03949, Hd. No. 9094, for the
Southwest quarter of Section 26 Town
ship 20 South, Range 46 West of the
of intention to make Final commutation
6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice
Proof, to establish claim to the lund
above described, before the register and
receiver, at I*amar, Colorado, on the
10th day of June, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles H. Withered, Walter A. Smith
both of Queen Beach, and Ora FI. Dodd,
Charles E. Skilling, both of Lamar, Col
orado.
JOHN A. WILLIAMS.
Regis tar.
Some interesting figures on Evaporated Fruit,
Can Fruit, etc., at Hunt Bros. Pure Food Store
Fancy Evaporated Peaches 10c per When it comes to coffee we are the
lb.. 8c by the box. people that wrote the dictionary. Cof
fee that satisfys the most particular
Prunes 10c a lb. or 8c by the box.
tastes at 25 cents per lb.
To arrive later, Prunea at 5 cents. Raisens 10c a lb. or 8c by the box.
Nob Hill table fruit equal In quality 100 Bara> Lonox Soap $3.50
to any 25c fruit in Lamar, yours
.. ~ _ . 100 Bars, Diamond C Soap .... 3.50
for 20c the can. Try some next
order. 50 Bars of either brand 1-75
We are adding- many new customers—can handle more. For satisfact'on trade at
HUNT BROS r PURE FOOD STORE
| Why throw away that old Straw Hat?
Weatherhead Hat Cleaning Co., of Denver
Are Agents for
COOVER, THE TAILOR
They Make Your Old Hat New
P. S.—lvory rim and plain buttons covered on short notice.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office ut Lamar, Colorado,
April 20. 1909.
NOTICE is hereby given that John W.
Troutman, of Queen Beach, Colo., who,
on Dec. 19, 1907, made homestead entry
No. 03988, Hd. No. 9136, for the south
east quarter of Section 27, Township
20 South, Range 47 West of the
6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to maku Final commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the register and
receiver, at Lamar, Colo., on the 10th
day of June, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Elmer J. Wagner, John O. Stream,
both of Umar, Colo., Charles H. Withe
red. Constance Otter, both of Queen
Beach, Colo.
JOHN A. WILLIAMS,
_ Register.
BJ BEST RANGES
!j market. Throw out
i that old stove and
'.V buy a range that will
u save its price in coal,
and make the work
PLUMBINGaSPEeiALTY
The very Uent Material* and the most
Expert Workmen
C. C. Huddleston
Hardware, Implements, Harness
SILVER BROS.
GROCERIES
EAST SIDE MAIN ST. ’PHONB NO. 58 RED
Queensware Graniteware
&hlnaware Tinware
Linoleum
WM. WARBURG THE FAIR
________________ ________
MORTON STRAIN, B. T. McCLAVE, L. F. ADAMS,
President. Vice Pres. Cashier
CAPITAL $50,000
THE LAMAR NATIONAL BANK
Successor to STATE BANK OF LAMAR
LAMAR, COLORADO
} DIRECTORS:
Morton Strain, B. T. McClave L. F. Adcms, M. J. McMillln,
C. M. Lee C. S. Smith, A. Deeter.
We want your business, large or small, and offer every
facility consistent with safe and conservative banking
account* Received Subject to etacck. Money Orders Sold
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CATARRH
Ely’s Cream Balm
This Remedy lea Specific,
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
QIVBO RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold in the Head quickly.
Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into the nostrila and absorbed.
Large Size, 60 cents at Druggists or by
mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. <
ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warrsn St.. New York
Money to Loan
Honey In Loan on Colorado Irrigated
Finis.
J. F CURRY,
HEAL ESTATE & FIBE INSURANCE
Room 3, orer Lamar Nat. Bait
Umar, Colo.
D. MARSH
The FLORJST
Will Fill Orders for Cut Flowers
and Funeral Deslgna Promptly.
Planta of All Klnda Furnished.
D. MARBH.
Stark Undataklng Parlors,
Phone Eut 294. La Junta.
The
OPERA HOUSE
BARBER SHOP
H.L. CMVBIL, Prop
EAST MAIN STREET.
ALL TI E COMFORT OF HOME
can be found within the four walls
of our store. We have a wealth of
FINE and BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE
that will make the furnishing of your
home a pleasure. There is an ad
vantage In purchasing all from one
siock. You can Judge of the harmo
nizing effectabetter when
COMPARISON IS POSSIBLE
and the matter of price, too, is no
-tmal consideration.
J. T. Kirkpatrick
20618. Main St. Phone Red 27 I
COMMON SENSE
■lgent people to use only
rn composition. There*
Pierce's medicines, the
print every Ingredient
n upon the bottle wrap*
i correctness under oath,
lln favor. The com*
tree's medicines Is open
tlon turned fully upon his formula, be Ink
cohndent_tha in e better Hie comaMlUon
QLtQfso, medicines Is known the more
medicinal principles extracted'from aa*
tlve forest roots, by exact processes
original with Dr. Pierce, and without the
me of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and
chemically pore glycerine being used In*
stead In 'V trading and preserving the
curative virtues residing In the roots
employed, these medicines are entirely
free from the objection of doing harm
by creating an appetite for either al
coholic beverages or habit - forming
drugs. Examine the formula on their
bottle wrappers—the same as sworn to by
.? ,er % *“ d y° u wHI find that hla
"Golden Medical Discovery," the great,
blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel
regulator—the medicine which, while not
recommended to cure consumption In lta
advanced stages (no medicine will do that)
yet docs cure all those catarrhal condi
tions of head and throat, weak stomach,
torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak
bfeM'sS '25
finally terminate In consumption.
Scania sains
won’t do supernatural things. You must
exercise your patience and persevere in Its
a_reasonable length of time to get
benefits. The Ingredients of which
Dr. Pierce’s medicines are oomposed have
endorsement of scores of
medical leaders—better than any amount
of lay, or non-professtonal, testimonials.
not given away to be expert*
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