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THE LAMAR REGISTER
Entered at the Postoffice at Lamar, Colorado, as second-class matter. Published Weekly by GEO. B. MERRILL Fditor end Proprietor Subscription Rates: One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Three Months 40 Single Copy 05 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1909. The Wheat Pit. Some of the newspapers have been printing figures showing how many millions Patton has made and what he has lost in the wheat pit. Mani festly he has made money else he would not be la the business and the report comes that he is engineering another cornea- on the September op tion. Rut while the newspapers exploit the man who successfully engineers a wheat deal it is rarely that the story of those who lost finds its ■way into the public prints. It is the custom of the times to make a great ado abou-t the specially success ful man but no one cares a rap for the follow who lost. That Is a horse of another color. But Instances of the other side sometimes come to the surface to adorn a moral. Successful Farming has a story of this character which fitly illustrates the dangers of specu lation In wheat. The case is that of ex-Gov. Taylor of Minnesota. Hav ing attained comparative wealth as a granger and so popular that he was eleted governor of a groat sta-te he was Induced to engage in wheat spec ulation. Taylor began to speculate on the Chicago board of trade. Winning and losing alternately, he staved in town, neglecting his farm, watching the markets. His honk account began to dwindle, and Ills live stock .disappeared. Final ly his farm was sold to provide mar gins. Soon everything was gone. Old, broken and a pauper, his friends raised some money to place him in an old peoples’ home, where he died, penniless and heartbroken. The assertion that --the Chi ago wheat pit is only a few feet across hut it is ns deep as hell.” finds a fearful corroboration in this lit/tie in cident. Where one succeeds hundreds sac rifice property, friends, everything. It Is for this reason that the law should place Us hands upon that pit and put it out of business. It Is more injurious to the nation and to the morals of the people than all the gambling with cards, faro, roulette, and horse racing combined, yet It Is openly conducted under the sanction of state law. The idea of suppressing gambling with the biggest gambling joints, the wheat pits and stock exchanges ruin ing thousands every year and precip itating business disaster running wide open is n colossal farce. —Na- tional Farmer. Watterson On Taft. Nothing so well illustrated the es teem in which President Taft is held by the whole country, regardless* of section and of party, as the senti ments expressed by Mr. Henry W’at tereon in his Memorial Day address. Mr. Watterson said: * * Today It Is Lincoln's example which moves a calm enlightened ami patriotic occupant of the Presiden tial office —like himself a life-long Republican partisan' —to reach forth his arms as if to clasp in their em brace the whole people, seeking to ■win the good opinion, yearning for the approval, of each and every one of them. “ ‘ Whether -they give it in detail, or divide upon the incidentlal Issues of the time, they will not withhold it in the aggregate: and, since a vigor orous opposition is indispensable to good government, his wise modera tion and transparent integrity give us the promise of an opposition bas ed upon principle rather than faction, self-respecting and respectful, up right, clean, and kind. “From such partyism nothing is to he feared, because it leaves ti free, when dangers come, to forget that we are Republicans, to forget that we are Democrats, remembering only that we are Americans.” Without any desire to unduly em phasize the good judgment displayed by Mr. Taft thus far during his ad ministration. it can be said that his judicial temperament and deliberate action will undoubtedly result in fewer mistakes than has been the lot of any President since Lincoln. The Santa Fe will run a Special Excursion to Pueblo and Colorado Springs, Sunday, June 20, leaving La mar at 4:55 a. m. returning leave Colorado Springs at 8:00 p. m. The fare for round trip will be $3- I * o Roads from Colorado Springs will offer reduced rates for side ride to Cripple Creek district, Manitou and k Pike® Peak. 9 G. J. Garvin. Ask your grocer for Green Mt. Creamery Butter. It is the best. Our milk wagons carry fresh buttermilk. Green Mt- Dairy. “The Lady and the Liar” Lamar Opera House Tuesday June 22. Notice of Redemption. of School Orders. Office of County Treasurer, ) Prowers County, Colo. \ June 9, 1909. Notice is hereby given that I will redeem at my office in Prowers county,all schoo, orders numbered as follows: Amount of No. Date of Issue Warrant School Dlst. No. 8 General. 3-7 Sept 28 1907 60 00 3-6 Sept. 28 1007 60 00 32S Sept 28 1907 60 00 3-9 Sept. 28 1907 55 00 33a Oct. -5 1907 60 00 336 Oct. 25 1907 55 00 338 Oct. 25 1907 125 00 333 Oct. 25 1907 60 Ou 334 Oct. 25 1907 6» 00 •>44 Nov. 22 1907 60 00 343 Nov. 22 1907 55 00 341 Nov. 22 1907 60 0u 347 Dee. 20 1907 60 00 350 Dec. 20 1907 60 00 349 Dec. 20 1907 60 00 £43 Nov. 22 1907 60 00 351 Dee. 20 1907 65 00 357 Jan. 30 1908 .... 65 00 300 Jan. 30 1908 65 oo 360 Feb. 28 1908 65 Ot 30* Feb. 28 1 908 65 Ot 37- Mar. 26 1908 65 00 370 Mar. 26 1908 65 00 School Dlst. No. 11 General. 340 Nov. 5 190 S 80 00 341 Dec. 2 1908 75 50 School Diet No. 13 General. 23 May 2 190 S 60 00 23 May 2 1908 60 ou 25 May 27 1908 120 00 School Dlst. No. 24 General. 344 Apr. 16 1907 50 00 308 Mar. 17 190 x 30 00 School Dlst No. 30 General. - Nov. 27 1908 50 tto 1 Nov 7 1908 630 4 Dec. 24 1908 * . 50 00 School Dlst. No. 35 General. 92 Dee. 17 1906 40 00 96 Inn. 4 1907 43 60 97 Feb. 18 1907 45 06 3 Mar. 21 1907 46 00 I Mar 21 1907 45 00 1 Oct 5 1907 50 00 2 Nov. 2 1907 50 00 School Dlst. No. 26 Special. 12 \ug 31 190 s 50 00 13 \ug. ::i 190 s 000 1» Vug 31 19". s 50 00 15 Aug. 31 1908 50 00 School Dlst. No. 36 General. 31 Dec. 4 1908 15 00 Interest will cease on above named school orders after July 9, 1909. J. T. ADKINS. Notice of Redemption OF COUNTY WARRANTS Office of County Treasurer Prowers County, Colo. June 9, 1909. Notice is hereby given that I will redeem at my office in Prow ers county, all county warrants numbered as follows: Amount of No. Date of Issue Warrant Poor Fund. 1216 Nov. 11 1908 » 00 1215 Nov. 11 1908 13 1)0 1217 Nov. 9 19U9 87 9a 1211 Oct. 6 1908 30 00 1220 Dec. 8 1908 75 00 1226 Jan. 9 1909 10 00 1230 Jan. 9 1909 57 20 1224 Jan. 8 1909 32 80 1225 Dec. 21 1909 31 10 1222 Dee. H 1908 6 7.. 1221 Dec. 8 1908 5 10 1229 Dec. 9 1909 26 20 1232 Inn. 9 1909 -7 86 1236 Jan 26 1909 17 00 1234 Jan 26 1909 6 00 1233 lan. 12 1909 20 00 1237 Jan. 26 1909 .-. 500 1239 Feb. 1 1909 10 6s 1238 Feb. 1 1909 4 90 1240 Feb. 2 1909 3 5o 124 1 Feb. 19 1909 500 12 43 Feb. 10 1909 29 00 1242 Feb. 10 1909 10 00 1211 Feb. 10 1909 5 00 1245 Mar 1 1909 4 45 1250 Mar. 2 1909 s 00 12 17 Mar 2 1909 5 80 1251 Mar 3 1909 3 6a 1246 Mar. 2 1909 24 20 12 48 Mar. 2 1909 10 20 1252 \pr. 8 1909 5 00 1253 \pr. 8 1909 5 00 1254 \pr. 8 1909 IS OO 1256 Apr. 17 1909 2 50 Interest will cease on above named warrants after July i». 19014. J. T. ADKINS. County Treasurer NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior U. S. I .and Office at Lamar Colorado. May 22 1909. NOTICK Is hereby given that Ells worth W. Sewell, of Dmar, Colorado, who on Nov. 23. 1907, made homestead entry No. 03907 Fid.. No. 9047. for the Lots 1 and 2 and the H % NW*4. of Section 19. Township 23 South. Itnng'- 45 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore the register and receiver, at Lamar. Colorado, on the 14tli day of July. 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Frank Millard. Morrison Hnekenberg, fleorge Holmes. Sam Moore, all of I.n rr.nr Colo. JOHN A. WILLIAMS Register. SISK HEADACHE Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Canker Sore Mouth Cured by Mi-o-na. Sick headaches are caused by In digestion and a general disturbed condition of the stomach. Cure the indigestion, and the head ache. nausea, heartburn, sour stomacl and that “all in” feeling will vanish. Mi-o-na tablets will cure indigestion or anv other stomach trouble. They will relieve almost instantly. Th»- Up-to-Date Drug Co. has so much faith in them that they will give you your money back if they don’t. Mi-o-na cures by making the stom ach strong enough to produce enough gastric juice to digest all the food you want to oat. It promptly puts new life and energy into the over worked and playedout walls of the stomach. Use Mi-o-na for a week, and von can what you want any time you want it. and take pleasure in doing K Your blood will be richer, redder, purer nfter taking Mi-o-na. and it on 1 v costs 50 cents a box. “I was speedily cured of stomach can sav in favor, of Mi-o-na is not too strong."—William Hess. Benton Har bor. Mich. HYOME| Cures catarrh or money back. Just breathe it in. Complete outfit, including inhaler $L Extra bottles 60c. Druggist*. SUMMONS. Btate of Colorado ) (sa. In the District Count of Prowers) Court Mary A. Krelder, Plaintiff. va SUMMON. Mary Jane Wilcox, John Krelder, Alex ander Krelder, Ann Qoodell, Ellen Arn old, Wiliam Krelder and Joseph Kreld er, Defendants. The People of the State of Colorado, To Mary Jane Wilcox, John Krelder, Alexander Krelder, Ann Goodell, Ellen Arnold, William Krelder and Joseph Krelder, the defendants above named, GREETING: l'ou are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the ü 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 01 service; or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of the complaint. And if u copy or the complaint In the above entitled action be not served with this summons, or If the service hereof be made out of this state, then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for appearance and answer will be allowed before the taking 01 Judgment by default as aforesaid. The said action Is brought for u par tition and division of the following de scribed real estate situate In Prowers County, Colorado, to-wit: The SV4 of Section 11 and the N‘,4 of Section 14, In Township 25 South, of ltange 42 W. 6th P. M. In Colorado, containing 640 acres; ulso the following described real estate situate In Baca County, Colorado, to-wit: l r 2, 3 and 4 In Section 33, of Township 28, South of ltange 41 West, 6th P. M. In Colorado, contain ing One hundred and sixty seven and 85-100 acres, according to the respec tive rights of the parties aforesaid, or If a partition cannot be had without ma terial injury to those rights then for a sale of the said premises and a division of the proceeds between the parties, ac cording to their rights after payment of the costs of this action. The complaint herein alleges that the plaintiff has an estate of inheritance in 1 the above described land to the extent of one undivided half interest in tiie fee thereof, and that each of the above named defendants have a similar es tate of one undivided one fourteentii therein, us will more fully appear from the complaint in said action to which reference is here made: a copy of whicli is hereto uttached. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear, and to answer the saiil complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief asked for in the prayer of the said complaint. Given under my hand as clerk of the District Court at Lamar in said County, this 15th day of April A. D. 1909. (Seal) Cl I AS. W. LUCK. Clerk District-Court, oy J. W. BENT, Deputy. \V, 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 Your Stuff with Me Phone Prowers 130 S2O,OOOjubI received ferfern «n No delays. L. Wirt Markham. The W.M.Dickinson Lumber Co. Yellow and White Pine Finish Sash, Doors and Mouldings Lime, Cement and Brick Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc We carry the largeHt stock in oar line ever curried in eaHtem Colorado and can Bell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. O. M. SMITH. CHAS. MAXWELL, J. M. WILLIAMS, C. F. COOK. President Vice Pres. Cashier Asst. Cashier. Citizens State Bank LAMAR, C OLORADO. CAPITAL STOCK $35,000.00 DIRECTORS: I. L. Maxwell, Q. M. Smith, Geo. A. Everett, J. M. Williams, J. R. Smi X Chas. Maxwell and E. H. Gerec-ke. BAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. Carl & Hagaman The Place to supply your wants in Lawn Mowers, Hose, Hose supplies, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Up-to-date Furni.urc and Hardware. .... Phone Lamar 133 JI7 S. Main LAMAR, - - - COLORADO NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Depat tment of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Lamar, Colorado, April 20. 1909. NOTICE is hereby given that William H. Troutman, of Queen Reach, Colo., who on Dec. 6, 1907, made homestead entry No. 03948, 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, lias filed notice Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver, at Lamar, Colorado, on the 10th day of June, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles H. Withered, Walter A. Smith both of Queen Beach, and Ora E. Dodd, Charles E. Skilling, both of Lamar, Col °rado‘ JOHN A. WILLIAMS. Register. Oh, Gee! That’s a Lie What a Liar Says LAMAR OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, JUNE 22 CLARA BELCHER and J . R. WRIGHT SUPPORTED BY THEIR CLEVER COMPANY IN “THE LADY AND THE LIAR” up-to-date high class comedy There is Special Scenery There are good Specialties A Good Lie sounds like Truth Wanted —A Good Liar A Corking Story of our Navy, by Robert Dunn, the well-known war correspond ent, with pictures by Reuter dahl, the man who threw such a scare into the naval authorities last year; six other line stories of assorted kinds; four arti cles that mean things, two of which were written for the spe cial purpose of savin, you mon ey ; bright, crisp humor —all hound in a stirring Memorial Day cover—that’s the JUNE EVERYBODY’S For Sals By McLEAN BROS. LAMAR. DRUG CO. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at J.amar, 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 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 names as witnesses: Elmer J. Wagner, John O. Stream, both of Lamar, Colo., Charles H. Withe red Constance Otter, both of Queen Beach. Colo. JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Register. Try It One Month Take advantage of our Electric Light Service for one month and you will never again return to the use of smoky, ill smelling kero sene oil lamps. Let us have your house wired at once The Lamar Light, Heat and Power Company. Phone Lamar 8 A. E. BENT, President W. P. BELL, Manager 1 JUSTIN Our new Spring Line of Shoes and Furnishings Most attractive in the City See our line of fine Neckwear CEO. A. EVERETT Phone Lamar 34 Lamar, Colo SILVER BROS. GROCERIES BAST SIDE MAIN ST. ’PHONE NO. 03 RBI) Queensware Granitcware Ghinaware 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. McMillin, C. M. Leo C. S. Smith, A. Doeter. We want your business, large or small, and offer every facility consistent with safe and conservative banking Aeeaanta Racalvad Sabfsct f CbMk. Money Order* Sold CATARRH ¥ y W/ i&sL Ely’s Cream Balm This Remedy la a Specific, Suro to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects tho diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. iCcstorus the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into tho nostrils und absorbed. Largo Hizo, BO cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. • ELY BROTHERS. S 6 Warren St.. New York Money to Loan Money to Loan on Colorado Irrigated Farms. J. F CURRY, REAL ESTATE S EIRE INSURANCE Room 3, over Lainar N«l. Hank T ama*. Colo. CUT FLOWERS THURSDAY and SATURDAY Funeral Designs a Specialty PLANTS OF* ALL KINDS D. MARSH 200 Santa I*V LA JUNTA. COLO- The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP M. L. mull, Prop PAST MAIN STRFPT WE PLACE BEFORE YOU this picture. At first sight it n'-miH overdrawn. It’s not, it’s an exact reproduction of REED ROCKERS shown here. Willow work furniture among our spring offerings is worth investigating. Ease, comfort and nr tistk: designs are all combined in any rocker we soil. Order one for wife. J. T. Kirkpatrick 20638. Main Sr Phone Red 27 f NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Colorado t (os. In tlie County County of I'rowenu Court. Frank McGrath, Plaintiff John VV. Wampei. Defendant. Notice of Sheriffs Sale on Foreclosure of Mortgage. Whereas, In the above enlitlcd action (•ending in the County Court in and for Prowers County. Colorado, for the fore closure of a mortgage upon the following described real estate, towit: All of tie Southwest one-fourth of Section Twenty seven <-7> In Township Twenty-two i--> south, of Itungc Forty-two (4-'> west o* the Sixth Prlncl|*al Moiidian. The said Frank McGrath. on th« 21th day of March, A. I*. 1909, obtained a decree of foreclosure and sale of tho above described real estate, and where as, an order of sale a- provided in nab* decree has le-en Issued to m*’ from said Court, commanding m* to appraise, ad vertise and sell according to law, said described real estate. Now therefore, notice is hereby given that I will on Monday the 2MI> day or lone. A. I> l'.'Ol*. at the west front I door of Ihe court house in the T own of Lamar, Prowers county. Colorado, at th* hour of ten o'clock n. m of sal. dn> s.-ll sal I describe*! real estate at public, auction to tlie high* st bidder, for ea*h In hand, to satisfy said decree, costa and accruing costs and interest. «« tla John‘s JSSrao.v. Sheriff of Prowers County. Colorado. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. IT. 8. Land Office at Umar, Colorado. April 20. 1000. NOTICK Is hereby given that Inc Fred Troutman, of Queen Beach. Colo., who on Dec. 6, 1007, made homestead entry No. 0:59»6. Hd. No. 009-*. for the Northeast quarter of Section 34. Town ship -'0 South, Range 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 I.artiar, Colo., on the 10th •lav Of June, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: John O. Stream. Charles E. Skilling. Carl D. Betz, all (3) of Lamar. and Samuel C. Kltterman. of Queen Beach. Colorado. JOHN A- WILLIAMS. 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