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Phon. Lamar 76 MARGRAVE.
THE LAMAR REGISTER
CHA3. D3173-HTT
City Eiltor
iLBSTEJLCTS
The only set of Numerical
Abstracts of the Records at
Prowers County. Abstracts
to farm a ul City proper
ty furnished on shortest no
tice. Also owners of Bald
ioin, Jay db Co.'s Abstracts
of Prowers County Rec
ords previous to the fire of
1888. Terms reasonable.
Address ,
; RnWKRS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
l<amai. Colorado
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of Oheeo Money for
good Form and City Loans.
Call and see mo. ,
L. WIRT MARKHAM
— s
Mias Davis left for her home in 1
Boulder Monday morning. *
Watch for the announcement of
the date for “My Friend From In- i
dia.”
* About thirty colored people held
divot ional services in the opera
house Sunday evening. i
Miss Eva Graham left Saturday j
night for Denver, whore she expects
to spend the simmer going to school.
The work on the new city water
works system is going along fine 1
now and will be completed In the 1
near future.
C. H. Pugh representative of the
Heath book company and F. A. Bur
kert, of Given and Company were in <
Lamar Monday on business. 1

W. C. Gould went to Pueblo on ,
'Monday to visit with his mother who ,
is to leave -In a short time for Santa
Rosa. California, to make her home
•there.
Mrs. Louise Morse and daughter
Miss Linda Morse started for Wynon;
Minnesota, Sunday afternoon on No.
8. They expect to make their future
home In Wynon a.
Mr. L. Wirt Markham went to
Oreeley Monday, to attend a meet
ing of -the board of directors of the
state Normal school. Mr. Markham
Is president of the board.
Mr. Dwight Miser and daughter
Miss Gladys 04id Miss Georgia Brun
er went down to Springfield this
• week. Mr. Miser going on court bus
iness and the two girls going for a
„ .short, visit with friends.
Thy aq/iouncement of the marriage
«of Mr. James E. Lewark to Miss
Anna Stoore of Colorado Springs
was received in Lamar this week.
Mr. Lewark was formerly a resident
or Umar, and has many friends here
Mrs. Harry Thatcher, entertained
Wednesday afternoon at 44 500“ for
Mre. E. C. Howe of Denver, and Mrs.
Thatcher of California, house guests
of Mm. Thatcher. A most delightful
afternoon was spent by the guests
present.
The county cleTk Issued the follow
ing marriage licenses this week.
Stanley B. Weld, of Boston. Mass.,
to Miss Charlotte B. Latham of West
Virginia; Frank White to Miss Pearl
Trotter, both of Holly; Elmer K. Ew
ing aud Miss Iva D. Hutchinson, both
of Lamar, Charles E. Stroud to Miss
• Catherine Foster, of Wiley.
Dr. Snider returned to Lamar. Tues
day his bride, from Ft. Collins.
-Colorado. Mre. Snider was formerly
Miss Irene Ritz. The wedding occurr
ed on Sunday, the wedding anniver
sary of the bride’s parents. Dr.
-mets formerly of Lamar was best
man while the bride’s sister. Miss
Charlotte Rite wag bridesmaid.
David B. Nowels transacted busi
ness in Las Anlinas on Monday.
Attorney Alfred Todd spent a few
days in Denver last week, on busi
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Howe from Den
ver are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hairy
Thatcher.
Miss Gladys Barton left the first
of the week for her home In Raven
wood, Illinois.
Miss Edna Mosher has gone to
Gypsum, Colorado, to spend the sum
mer with her parents.
Attorney’s Alfred Todd and J. C.
Horn went to Caddoa on Monday and
tried a minor case there.
Miss Drake, one of the eighth grad
teachers, has gone to her home in
Ordway for the summer.
Miss Mabel Joy has gone to Yam pa
Colorado, and will spend her sum
mer vacation at that place.
Miss Sabin left for Delta Sunday
night, where she expects to spend a
few weeks visiting with her sister.
Miss Marian Webb left for Canon
City Monday morning. She expects
to spend the summer there with her
family.
Mosers. J. S. Hasty and Will Smith
spent Monday in Las Animas on bus
iness connected with the Ft. Lyon
Canal Co.
Mrs. C. Hiley, with wife and child
ren from Florida arrived In Lamar
Tuesday. Mr. Hiley comes to Umar
it) locate expecting to farm near here I
Supt. E. R. Jones Informs us that '
nearly all of next years teachers for
the Lamar Schools have been hired,
but os yet he Is not ready to make
public the whole list.
The Umar Dramatic company is
preparing to present “My Friend
From India.” to the Lamar public,
some time during the last week in
June.
Saturday morning while working
on the second floor of the new busi
ness block In course of construction
on South Main street, James Bradley
slipped and fell two stories and for
a time it was thought that he was
seriously injured. However he was
only badly jarred up and sustained
no serious injuries.
Mrs. J. W. Bent was the delightful
hostess at several card parties last
weefc. On Thursday afternoon she
entertained sixteen ladies at Five
Hundred and on Friday afternoon as
sisted by Mfe» Murial McLean, en
tertained about twenty ladies. This
is always a delightful home to go
and it is needless to say a very hap
py time was enjoyed by all the
guests.
Saturday evening the annual
Alumni Banquet of the Lamar High
School was held at the Ben Mar ho
tel. After partaking of the fine ban
quet several toasts were given out
by Toast master. Prof. E. R. Jones
and they were all suitably responded
to. Before the banquet a short pro
gram consisting of several musical
selections and a few readings was
enjoyed, after which the election of
officers for the ensuing year was gon
through with. The following were
elected: Miss Elizabeth Doughty.
President Miss Laura Barnard. Treas
urer and Lee Koonsman Secretary.
District court met in Lamar Mon
day morning in adojurned session,
and the direct informations were f 11-
ed against Henry Starr. Johnson,
and Henry Blanchat. Starr’s bail
was fixed at SIO,OOO and the other
two at SISOO each. Johnson has
since gilven bond. The matter of
the approval of the election and the
bonds of the Bent and Prowers Ir
rigation District In the amount of
$2,350,000 was presented to the court,
and will be decided in a few' days.
1 After the business was finished Judg
Hunter. District Attorney MoHendrde.
Court stenographer. Brown.. Attorneys
‘ John F. Mail of Denver. C. W. Dolpfc
■ of Colorado Springs. Granby HiUyer
and J. K. Doughty of Lamar went to
t Springfield and attended district
i court of Baca County. All returned
Death of Chas. W. Heaton.
On Wednesday morning Just a few»
minutes after speaking in a natural
tone of voice to his wife, and with-*
out any previous Illness whatever,
Mr. Charles W. Heaton passed peace
fully away from heart failure. The.
news came as a shock to his many
friends all over the city and county,
as he had been around as usual the
day previous attending his duties. Ht
jiassed away .In bed just after mid
night.
Mr. Heaton was one of the Lamar
pioneers, coming here wheat the town,
was first started and staying with |l.
through all its depri-ssions and boomt
He had been officially connected witl
the city government in one capacity,
or another for most of its corporate
history, and has for a number of
y<-ars held the office of city clerk
with such efficiency that there has
been no opposition to Ids yearly re
elections. He has been a leading
member of Lamar I>odge I. O. O. F,
in all the years since its establish-•
nii’iit, and was a director and prom
inent promotit of the beautiful tern
pie constructed by that order and
the Knights of Pythias. The funeT
oil service will be held at the tem
ple on Saturday afternoon at 2
o’clock under -the auspices of the var
ions Odd Fellow organizations of
the city. The deceased was in his
6Sth year and came to Colorado from.
Illinois in 1886. He leave* a wife to
mourn his loss, and to her goes out
the sympathy of the entire commun
ity in her affliction.
A Great Convention.
The railroads have granted an
open rate of one and one-third fare
for the round trip on'the plains, and
one and onu-flfth fare for the round
trip on the mountain roads for the
great State Sunday School Conven
tion at Rocky Ford on June 15 —17.
No certificates are necessary. Ask
for the excursion ticket to Rocky
Ford on sale June 14 and 15; good
returning the 19th.
No credentials are necessary. Any
Sunday School worker In the State
can go.
Rocky Ford will take care of all
who come at the reasonable rate of
$1 per day. •
Do not fail to hear Mre. Bryner.
Mrs. Knapp and Prof. Knapp of
Chicago; Dr. Tralle of St. Louis. Mrs
Tice of Topeka. Kansas, and our own
ilustrious Prof. L. D. Eichhom.
Going Fast.
There has been no let up the past
week in the munixr of seekers after
the lands to be opened up under
the Carey Act by the Two Buttes
Irrigation and Reservoir Co., and
very few of the sections that art*
subject to entry before the drawing
are now left. There are a few yeti
however, of very choice quarters tbati
can be obtained by selection at oiv’ti
Go dawn and take a look at the fin •
est lands- in the West unsettled.
Special Song Service.
The following special song service
will be rendered by the First Baptist
church choir on Sunday June 13, at
8:00 P. M.
Voluntary.
Hymn No. 362.
Invocation.
Anthem —I will Sint of Thy Pow
er—-Sullivan.
Solo—Out of the Deep—J. Christo
pher Marks.
Male Quartette —Nearer Home to
day—R. Blomquist.
Trio —The Hand Unseen—Campana
Anthem —I will Sing of Thy Row-
Passed Away —Rev. H. H. Wood
ward. M. A.
Script mre Reading
Prayer.
Offertory.
Hymn No. 161.
Anthem —The King of Love My
Shepherd Is —Shelley.
Solo—There is a Green Hill Far
Awpv —Ch. Goond.
Anthem —Still Keep Me—Carrie B.
Adams.
Duet—Lead Kindly Ll^ht —A. W.
Lansing-.
Just as I am—Oleiand B. McAfee.
Booed loti on.
Fourth of July.
The finaou • committee met with
general enthu: sni in their canvass
of the bushi- men, for a rattling
celebration of the glorius Fourth. The
committee on arrangements are not
ready yet to announce definite plans,
but they will lire pa re a program that
will be secon 1 to none. There will
be all the usual events and Hj>orts
with plenty oi noise and trimmings.
Make your pi nations to spend the
day in Lamar ui you will not make
a mistake.
Hulit’s Original Plans May Be Car
ried Out Say Kansas Cap
italists.
That the Kun.sas-Colorado railway
will -be built seems almost certain,
and that the original plans calling
for an expend, ire of millions will
be carried out. .ceins almost equally
as certain. Capitalists from Law
-1 rence, Topeka and Kansas City are
now in Pueblo nd one of their num
ber said that with what they have
seen they are v ry favorably impreas
ed After leaving Pueblo, the capita
lists will hold a conference and make
I their final decision as to the future
> course. They are frank to say that
; if they decide in favor of the project
work wJH be resumed on the western
division—Pueblo to ('anon City—at
once, and that as rapidly as possible
the entire plans of Uie okl company
will be execute- 1
Those who arrived yesterday are
Jacob Badeky, I K. Stubbs, Charles
B. Sutton, A. P. Hull, and E. E. Tup
per of Lawren- Kansas; H. A.
Heath, C. E. Foote and Scott Hop
kins of Topeka and W. S. Fa Mis of
Kansas City. They were met here by
A. B. 11 ill It. the promoter of the com
pany; R. C. Johnson of Lawrence,
who has been in the city for some
time gathering data for the party;
J. H. and J. T. McCorkle and others
who are interested.
The capitalists who are now here
are associated with former Congress
man Bowersock of Kansas, and it is
said, their financial connections and
resources are such as to assure the
construction of the railway on any
plans which they may decide upon.
The party ye*t<rday was taken in
automobiles over the city and then
on a trip to Vineland, to look over
the territory east of Pueblo. Today
they will go over the line from Pue
ulo to the stone quarries at Turkey
••reek and probably as far as Flor
ence.
It is probable that the party will
remain in Pueblo until Friday night
in order that the membere may thor
oughly acquaint themselves with the
plans of the company.
Considerable grading has been don«
between Pueblo and Turkey creek,
and if the new men interest'd deckle
to go ahead with the project, this
part of the line will be built first.
The eastern division woukl be the
next, and then the northern division
to Colorado Springs. Following that
wouldd come the construction of the
electrical transmission line to furn
ish power for the pumping of water
for irrigation.
The Kansas capitalists have organ
ized the Kansas-Colorado Construc
tion company, which will do the work
if the plans are approved.- -Chieftain.
Knot Is Tied In Sick Room.
Mdss Doris Toualey and Oscar G.
.Strain of Lamar were quietly mar
ried at 2:30 o'clock yesterday after
noon at the I’uebio hospital, where
the bride’s father has been ill for
.several weeks. The services was per
formed by Rev. S. R. S. Gray of the
Gburch of the Ascension.
The young couple had planned a<n
elaborate wedding which was to take
place at Lamar. Mr. Touslev’s ill
ness, however, interfered with the
plans, and rather than hove him miss
the ceremony it was decided to have
the marriage performed at Ids room
in the hospital.
Miss Tousley’s grandmother’ who
is also 111 at the* Pueblo hospital, was
able to be present at the services.
Others present wore: Miss Ruth Tous
ley, Mrs. Mary E. Tousley, the
groom's parents and an aunt and
uncle.—-Pueblo fhleftaln.
Both of the young people are popu
lar numbers of l-amar’s younger so
cial circle and have a host of friends
iere who wish them all possible pros
perity and joy. The groom has
charge of the new store and post of
fice at MoClave and has built up a
fine business there. The haiulsome
young bride was a member of this
year’s graduating class of the high
school.
y
M areprou iof oar stock M
■ of pianos end like to ■
■ show them. We can ■
I save you time, money I
■ LA|p^ AR I
JL MUSIC Jgj
SUMMONS.
'Lot** <»f fVilomdo i
(as. In tho District
'••nuty r' Prowars) Court.
Charles K. Gibson, Plaintiff.
vs. SUMaiU.Nri.
W. C. Mitchell, Kdward Charlton, The
Denver and Colorado investment Com
pany, u corporation, and \v. J. House,
Defendants.
The People of the State of Colorado
To W. C. Mitchell, Edward Charlton,
The Denver and Colorado Investment
Company, a corporation, and \V. .1.
House, the defendants above named,
GREETING:
You are hereby required to uppear In
an action brought against you by the a
hove named plaintiff In the District
Court of Prowers County, Slate of Col
orado. and answer the complaint there
in within twenty days aftur the service
hereof, if served within this County;
or. If served out of this County, or by
pi'Mlcatlon, within thirty days after
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of service; or Judgment by default
will be taken ugulnst you according to
the prayer of the complaint. And If n
copy of 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
audltlonul to the time hereinbefore
specified for appearance and answer
will bo allowed before tho taking ol
Judgment by default ah aforesaid.
The said action Is brought to quiet ti
tle to tho followin'' described real estate
situate, lying and being in the County
of Prowers arul Htnto of ColornUo. to
wlt: The Northeast Quarter of Section
6. Township 25 South, itange 42 West,
as will more fully appear from the com
plaint In said action to wlilcll reference
Is here made; a copy of which Is here
to attached.
And you are hereby notified that If
you fall to appear, and to answer the
said complaint as above required, the
said plaintiff will take Judgment ns
prayed.
Given under my hand this Ist dny of
May, A. IX 1909.
JOHN F. MAID.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the Matter of the Hstute of Solomon
H. Coxhead. Deceased.
NOTH MO IS || Do..Hi GIVEN. That oi
the 21st day of June A. I» 1909,
being one of the regular days
of the June Term of the Coun
ty Court of Prowers t bounty.ln the State
of Colorado. I. Hannah .1. Coxhead Ad
ministratrix of said estate, will appr..
before the Judge of said Court, presen.
mv final settlement ns such admlnlstra
trlx pray the approvul of the same, a
will then apply to be discharged a 1
such administratrix. At winch time an
place any person In interest may appea>
and present objections to the same
anv there be.
Duted nt Dntnar, Colorado, May 22.
1909.
Hannah .1. Coxhead.
Administratrix of the Estate of Solomon-
If. Coxhead, deceased.
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I 1 Lamar Drug Co.!
Phone Prowers 72. B
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. J
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES I
I
Try Our Refreshing SODA WATER I
ICE CREAM In Any Quantity. B
P. W. Denning St»udio I
Lamar Drug Cctj
EVERETT BROS
Dealers in Meats
Contractors Cement Work
11,000 Acres of Carey Act Lands
In Prowers and Baca Counties
Will be open for entry June 10, 1909.
Price Only $35.50 per Acre, in 10 Yearly Payments
For full Particulars, Write,
The Two Buttes Irrigation and Res-
ervoir Company L coLo ß
Have You Seen Our Window?
» Manufacturers’
Sample Pocket Knives
888 of’em
Greatest Cutlery Sale
Lamar Ever Saw
Nearly 50 VarietiesJWorth’7sc'to Q
$l.OO. Your Choice For
Every Knife Fully Warranted
IpPPIII C. C. HUDDLESTON
SUMMONS.
stats of Colorado )
_ In the County
of Court
John M. Wlllluiiih. Plaintiff.
vu. SUMMONS
Benjamin F. Colt liar. Defendant.
Tho People of the State of Colorado.
To Benjamin F. Colthur tho defendant
above nanu-d. Greeting:
You are hereby required to appear In
an action brought against you by the
above named plaintiff in the County
Court of Prowers County, State of Col
orado, and answer tho complaint therein
within twenty days after tho service
hereof. If served within this County; or.
it served out of this County, or by pub
lication, within thirty days after the
set vice hereof, exclusive of the day <u
service; or Judgment by default will be
taken against you according to the
prayer of the complaint. And If a
copy of the complaint ItH the above en
titled uctlon he not served with this
summons, or If the service hereof bo
made out of this State, then ten days
additional to tin- time hereinbefore sped
fled for appearance and answer will be
allowed before the taking of Judgment
by default as aforesaid.
The said action Is brought to quUn
title to the following described real es
tate. situate, lying and being in the
County of Prowers and State of Col
orado. to-wit: The South Hast quartet
of Section Thirty two (32) in Town
ship Twenty three (23) South, of Bang.'
Forty six (46)-West of the Sixth Prin
cipal Meridian, containing One hundred
und sixty (160) acres, more or less. Gov
ernment survey, as will more fully ap
pear from the complaint In said action
to which reference Is here made; a
copy of v.-hlch complaint is hereto at
t ichod.
And you are hereby notified that n
you fail to appear, and to answer the
said complaint as above required, the
mild plaintiff will cause Judgment by d<-
fault to be entered against you for tho
relief demanded in said complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal or
said Court, at Lamar in said County,
this 15th., day of May A. D. 1909.
W. E. FEE
Judge and Acting Clerk.
(County Court Seal)
J. K. Doughty, Attorney.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior U. S. Land
Office at Lamar Colorado, May 22 1909.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Ora E.
Dodd, of Lamar, Colorado, who on Dec
ember 19. 1907, made homestead entry
No. 03956 Hd., No. 9134 for the north
east quarter of Section 24, Township 21
South. Range 46 West of the 6th Prin
cipal Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final commutation Proof
to establish claim to the land above de
scribed. before the register and receiver,
at Lamar, Colorado, on the 13th dny ol
July. 1909.
Claimant nunti as witnesses:
Charles 1,. Thompson, Ed Leatherman.
John W. Davis. Carl D. Bets, all of La
mar. Colorado.
JOHN A. WILLIAMS.
Register.
COMING AGAIN
TO
LAMAR
Friday
June 18
at The Ben-Mar
Dr. K.C. Sapero
0.u11.i ... nurl.t j
Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat GWDjn
Specials! nTTUr*
of Denver
n too well known to need any introduction.
Ills references are hia putiuuts—your friends
and nuighbora.
Hundreds oi Patients in this Viciaity
No incurable Patients Taken
ItttarnctM removed and cross-eyes straight »ue
• mrauu luted eyelids, sore oyoa au.l catarrh au
conn fully treated. Glasses sclent ideally adjusted
by the latest and most approved up-to-date
methods. Difficult cases and school children
solicited.
Over 7,000 Patients
Troated in Colorado. A large stock of glasses
aiol art illcial oyoa on hand. A large proportiou
of huadache and hysteria, insomnia, cores, (Bt.
Vit iis l)aiice)and nervous prostration are caused
by eyestrain. Thu removal of the cause effects
a permanent cure.
Physicians Especially Invited
to cull and investigate Isis methods of correet
lug errors of refraction
Dr. Sapero
lias tioeu practicing in Colorado for many years
lie is a graduate of the loading mndioal eollng
os of Europe and this country, and is liounsoil
to practice by tun Stab) Board of Medical Ex
aminers of Colorado and other states.
Those unfortunate aud unable to pay will re
oeive inodical attention free.
References
uruinhod from some of the leading citisous of
Laiuar aud vicinity, now under treatment.
Remember
Ur. Baiiero does net experiment. He oures
where other?) fall. Over 1J years practical ex
perience.
Thousands
of testimonials from grateful patients whom
Itu lias cured, furnished on demand. I>r. Sapero
has beau visitiug Lamar for tuauy years.
All Work Guaranteed or Monoy
Refunded
of you desire to consult the dootor, please make
»lO»oiutmoats early
CooMltaioa gad FxamJ nation for Glam—
FREA
Excursions
Conference of Studonta of Y.M.C.
A., Cascade, Colo., Juuo 8 to 17. Dat
>ti of sale June 7 and 8. Final limit
for return June 19. Faro $7.35 for
round trip.
Las Angeles, San Diego and San
Francisco Calif.
Fare $ 18.20, Round trip.
I kites of sale May CLh to 13tli inclu
sive. J
June 1 and 2, June 24 to July 10th
Inclunive.
j July 27th to Auk- 6th Incluelve-Flnal
! return limit Oct. 31. Stop overs al
j lowed going and returning, usual
! aide trips allowed.
Good going Southern Route and re
i turn Northern or the reverse of
these routes. For full Information Ap
ply to
G. J. GARVIN
A « cnt ii
Lamar, Colo.

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