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i MARGRAVE GROCERY 1
3 m Comb Honey, 1908 crop, per box 10c 3 Quaker Puffed Wheat, 2 boxes 15c 3 Fresh Peaches, yellow, per lb 10c Ripe Olives, 60c cans, 50c; 35c cans 25c 3 Stone Jar Apple Butter, 40c grade 25c 3 Olives in bottles, 40c size 25c 3 : 3 These Prices Ought to Interest You | We Guarantee the Goods | 1 MARGRAVE GROCERY | ijmuiuuuuju ju iu juju jujujuil THE LAMAR REGIS! ER OXJLS. DOTTOIX'X-ar Cl«3 r XUtor ABSTEJLCTS The only set of JYumet-ical Abstracts of the liecordr <>f Prowers County. Ahstrn-’ts to fr'tinn a t*/ City Proper ty f arnishc-i on shortest no turn. Also owners of liahl iffin. Jay db Co.'s Abstract* at Pnewer* County liec «m/jr preoiou* to the fire oj JHB&. Terms reasonable. Address , ROVtm COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. mar. Coloralo MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of Chsao Money for eoed Farm and Olty Loane. •Oall and see me. L. WIRT MARKHAM Good-bye John? Harry Bourne was down from I. Junta yesterday. A. C. Coker went to Las Animas Thursday on business. .Miss Veda Hasty arrived Monday afternoon from Murray, lowa. Frank Kreyblll. secretary of the •Fort Lyon Canal Company, Is in La mar today. Dr. Burnett received a big ship ment of bass this week, which he placed tn the Queen reservoir. judge Henry Hunter Is spending the week in Lamar holding court and vksiting with hk» many friends. Guy Hughes who has been In Sher idan, Wyoming, for the past three inou'ns returned home Thursday. A. P. Henry has opened up a Gro cery store on the north skle of Main street. The stock of groceries l« entirely new. Rev. Plngree says he didn’t know that preacher was a musician also but hold on, we promised not to give it away. Mr. and Mr*. S. V. Rigsby left for Kansas Cktf this aUcrnoon. .Mr Rtgaby was formerly jeweler In Me Lean Bros. Drug store. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crosbie and son were over from Chfcvington this morning, in order to he present at -the marriage of their daughter. Mrs. Katerine Khinee and Ster rett ManvHJe left for Trinidad on ‘Tuesday morning for a visit with Alt*. Kin nee’s sister, .Mrs. R- R Ro»s. •Several members of the party who have been on the Bent and Prowers •urvey returned to Lamar Saturday night. The survey will be completed •this week. Seats In the grand stand at the /air grounds are free during morn Inga and ail those wishing to wit ness the judging of horse* can do »o to comfort without extra charge Jamie Johnston returned from Beattie this afternoon. Jamie toe in most of the important points on the coast and came back via th< Grand Canyon. He reports a great time. The neat attraction at the Lamar opera house will be the Blossoms, novelty Juvenile singers and dancers They put on the greatest child «« on the stage today. For three night commencing Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams and ' family and Carl Hasty went down south about 70 miles Sunday In an auto and spent the day with Hayes Williams, who Is working on government res urvey In Baca county. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Johnson, Miss Viola Lang and Fred Cooper left for Queen Beach this evening in Fred’s auto. The Band Boys benefit dance last Thursday evening at the Odd Fel lows hall was by far the best at tended dance of the season. T! music was furnished by the bund and it was very good. Everyone ban a “hot” Lime. Work has begun on the Main street line of the city water mains, i:ul the job so far as the laying of street mains' is concerned is about completed. The mains already down are being rapidly connected up with the water supply. Miss Grace Chapman who has been visiting with her cousin Mrs. G. M. Dye left for her home in Darlington. Wisconsin, this afternoon. Miss Chapman has been in Denver for some time past studying music In the Denver University. Mr. and Mts. P. M. Imel and daughter. Miss (Tiara Imel, of Dodge City, Kansas, and Miss Clara Coha gon of Guthrie, Oklahoma, arrived lu Lamar Saturday from Colorado Springs and spent a couiple of days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imel. Remember the services of the Bap tist church Sunday. Everybody is invited. Sunday school at 10 a. m.. Preaching at 11 a. m., B. Y. P. V at 7 p. m. This service has some spe cial features. You will be Interested Preaching at 8 p. m. Good music at all services. Rev. and Mrs. Wm. G. Kelrv will return home this week after a very pleasant vacation spent at Monte Vista, Colorado. There will be the regular preaching service* at the Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. and Sabbath school at the usual hour. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerstenlauer and daughter left last Thursday for their new home in Olathe. Colorado. Mr. GerstenJauer will open up r Jewelry store there. He has many friends here who regret to see him move from Lamar. Olatha is a snail 'town near Montrose. L. Wirt Markham returned from a two weeks business and pleasure trip to Montrose, Colorado. Mr. .Markham took in many other points on the Western Slope and in all traveled two thousand miles while he was away. He left for a ten days business trip to Chicago Sun day night. Tuesday afternoon a large crowd of people was brought by the fire whistle. A small barn near the cor ner of Fourth and Olive streets was oi fire and was *-o far gone when the fire auto reached the place that no attempt was made to put it out. The loss of the building will not be more than a few dollars but unfor tunately a valuable horse belonging to C. B. Thoman was in the barn. The fire was probably started by some small boys of the neighborhood who were playing with matches and smoking cigarettes. The boys are sakl to have started fires near the barn several times before but the fire has always been discovered In time This- morning at the Methodist church parsonage Rev. Pingree mar rl«l John S. Scott, of Lamar and Miss' Martha CroslMe, of Chivlngton. The wedding wtvs a quiet affair and only the parents and other relatives of the couple were present at the ceremony. The young couple bad made preparations to go to Denver on No. 9 and thought that none of thetc friends would find out about their marriage in time to congratu late them before their return from Denver. However they found out that they had misjudged their abi lity to keep a secret for they wer meet at the depot by about one hund red of their friends hud plenty of rice and old shoee. After watting for two trains to go by they finally boarded the second section of No. 9 and made their escape from their enthusiastic friends. The happy couple have the best wishes of their many friends tn Lamar and Chhv lngton. -Mbs Viola Lang, of Chicago is visiting this weak with her friend Mrs. H. J. Johnson. Mrs. Anna Hutchins who has been visiting with Mrs. Dan McLean re turned to Van Meter, lowa, Thurs day. Mrs. Smith returned to her home in YVinterset, lowa, Thursday after noon after a few days visit with her son Sam Smith. Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Middleman and daughter Mbs Vivian who haive been visiting 'with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Todd returned to their home tn Thornburg. lowa, Sunday. Y RAIL THROUGH AUSTRALIA »-»es« Trains Carry Travelers With Speed and Comfort. The four chief towns of Australia •'e'aide, Melbourne, Sydney aad Brls i ie—are now connected throughout •y railway, a total distance of 1,800 nilos being accomplished by exprest rains In 83 hours. A visitor from Vie oria to New South Wales enters the •.tier colony at Albury, on the south •rn border and 392 miles from Sydnej • Ibury Is the changing place, where the traveler would hare to leave a ■ Ictoria broad gauge train and enter a New South Wales train of the or thodox four foot eight and a half '.ncl gauge. Pullman vestibule oomblnet* sleeping and drawing room ears and corridor first and second class cart, with lavatory accommodation and electric lighting, are provided. Stop traces for refreshments are made at convenient Intervals, and Sydney it reached shortly before the middle o* the day following the afternoon de parture from Melbourne. The time oc cupied In the journey of M 2 miles !• seventeen and a half hoars. la goln« from New South Wales to a traveler would leave the New Scut Wales railway system at Wallaagern 492 miles from Sydney, and be woui then pass Into a narrow gaaga Queens land train, arriving at Brisbane. th< capital of Queensland, about 7 a. m on the day after leaving Sydney, tin distance of 725 miles being aecotr plished in 28 hours.—Engineering. FEW EARLY MARRIAGES NOW. Men and Women Await Arrival c* Years of Discretion. The marrying age Is steadily re ceding, and It is quite within th< range of probability that 41 wl.l be regarded In the future as the equlva lent of the present 21. This is pertly due to the keenr.e** of the struggle for existence; a mi desires to attain a position before marrying, and he finds the year: slipping by with disturbing rapldlt) while he Is climbing the ladder. Both men and women too. fear thv they may be deceived and man) enter Into partnership with one wbc will turn out to be undesirable. So they will spend the earlier year* and then the glamor of his single Hfr will wear off. They will have gal no-' experience enough to enable them tc judge character with fair accuracy end then will thus be less fearful ol being “taken ln.*‘ They will feel that after all. It !• better to settle down with a partner And then marriage will come In mid dle age. The love making will not b<- Ihe same, but It may well boa tnorv tolld fire—quieter, but more endrrlng Then the Scholars Understood. The written language is so far from the spoken In Scotland that spelling reform Is an academic question. A story which llustrates the many dla lects is told of an examination at Aberdeen university. The examinors were an English clergyman and a Lowland Scotchman. The master of the scholars put many questions to them which were admirably an swered; the boys brought the I» raeMtes out of Egypt with a simple directness which Moses would have •rivlod. Then the clergyman asked: Mow did Pharaoh die?" The boys snt dumb. The Lowlander, to make it mere plain, repeated the question: 4 ioo did Phawraoh dee?” Again 'here was a dead silence. Next the •mater himself took the matter In aand—“Fnt cam’ to Phawraoh at his hinder end7” The boys answered as with one voice: 'He was drooned!" To "uee” means In the Aberdeen dia lect to die in one's bed. These care ful scholars knew that Pharaoh had not “deed. H Wanted—Man and wife a* cook and helper. Apply B. Haywood, 103 8. v»ia Bt. I HAVE SOME GOOD Sooth Missouri Farms TO EXCHANGE FOR COLORADO UNIMPROVED AND IMPROVED LAND Write giving description of what you have L. N. ROSAMOND iHAiDDAM, KANSAS NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY. estate of Joseph E. Fisk, Deceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed administrator of the estate ot Joseph bi. Fisk, lute of the County j* Prowers, lu the Slate of Colorado, deceased, uereby gives notice that he will appear before the Coun ty Court of said Prowers Coun ty, at the Court House lu ■ .amnr, iu said County, on Tues day the 7th day of Sept. A. D. 1909, At the hour of 2 o’clock P. M. of said day, at which time all persoua hav uig claims against said estate are .unified and requested to attend for die purpose of haviug the same ad justed. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Imme diate payment to the undersdgned. Dated at Lamar, Colorado.thia 3rd day of August, A. D. 1909. W. D. GRAVES, Administrator, of the estate of Joseph E. Flak, De ceased. ALIAS SUMMONS. ALIAS ovmmwnu. State of Colorado ) (sa. In the County County of Prowers) Court. Frank Crittenden, Plaintiff vs. SUMMONS. Frank H. Preston and Daniel E. Preston, Defendants. The People of the Slate of Colorado, (To Flunk 11. Preston and Daniel E. Pi estop, the defendants übovo named, QitEETINU: You are hereby required to uppear in .in action brought against you by the above named pluintiit in the County Jourt of Prowers County, Stule of Col orado, und answer the complaint therein within twenty days after the service nereof, if served will.in tills County, or, if served out of this County, or by pub lication, within thirty days after the 4ervlco hereof, exclusive of the day of service; or Judgment by Uefuult will be luken uKitlnsl you according to the pray er of the complaint. And If a copy of the complaint In the above entitled ac tion be not served with tills suinmons.or if the service hereof lie made out ol tills State, then ten days addiitonal to the time hereinbefore- specified for ap pearance and answer will be allowed be fore the taking of Judgment b> default, us aforesaid. The said action is brought to quiet lltle to certain lands and premises sit uate, lying and helm; iu the County of Prowers and State ot Colorado, describ ed as follows, to-wil: The Northwest Quarter (NW l-4)of Section Seventeen and the Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4) >l Section Eighteen (18), ull In Town ship Twenty two ( zl) South, Itungu Forty-one (41) West of the Sixth Prin cipal Meridian, all in Prowers County, Colorado, und for Judgment of the Court chut th«- title of plaintiff In and to the above described land is good and valiu, und that defendants and euch of them and any und every person or persons •»r corporation claiming or to cluim the same by, through or under the suld de-. ■ endants or either <>f them be forever itarred from asserting any claim whatso ever in und to said premises or any par (hereof adverse to plaintiff and for such other and further relief us to the Court may* seem meet and equitable in the premises und for costs of suit, us will more fully uppear from the complaint in said -action, to which reference is Her*; (nude. And you are hereby notiled that if you fall to appear, and to answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause Judgment by ieault to Le entered against you ami .uke Judgment for the relief prayed iu sailer umplalnt. Given under my hand and the seal of the County Court of Prowers, County, Colorado, at Lamar, in said County, lids •ith day of March, A. D. 1909. (SEAL.) W. B. FEE. , Judge and Acting Clerk. Granby 11 illy er. Attorney for Plaintiff, hirst publication. August 18th. 1909. • mst publication September 15th, 1909 Wanted —Horses to pasture. 1000 acres of wild grass and 60 aoree of alfalfa. Running water and 4 wire fence. On Sand Creek ranch. H. F. Decker, Granada, Colo. Plneaalve, carbolized, soothes pain. In an/ emergency—-bruises, cuts, sor es, burns, scratches etc., Pinesalve Jcarbolized, is beat. Sold by The Up- To-Date Drug Co. Ask your grocer for Green ML Creamery Butter. It is the best. Our nllk wagons carry fresh buttermilk. Grsen ML Dairy. Man Zan, the great Pile remedy, prevents Piles by preventing consti pation. It is conveniently applied directly to the trouble by means of a small nozzle attached to the tube iu which Man Zan is put up. Sold by The Up-to—Date Drug Co. For Sale—7 acre tract of land ad joining S. E. corner Lamar worth the money, your terms. P. O. Box 622. The proper way and method of treating & cough or cold is to first of all gently move the bowels. This you can most conveniently do by taking a dose or two of Bees atlve Cough Syrup. It Is pleasant to take, acts promptly. Children like it. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Why pay D and 10c each for La max and colored views. Postcards, when we sell you them for 3 for sc. Photo post cards 2 for 5c at Mc- Lean Bros. The Kidneys eliminate poisons by acting as filters for the blood. When they fall In this respect serious ail ments must result. Pinules for the kidneys are what you should take at the first warning sign of kidney trouble They assist the kidneys In expelling uric acid poison. Sold iby The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Wanted 8 cars of Oats Straw to ship. Also 200 cars of No. Alfalfa Hay. W. F. PIATT Phone Lamar -256 I have plenty of private money to loan on homes In Lamar and Wiley. C.M. Lee. Found. The following have been left at this office to ibe claimed by owners: One door key on short brass chain. On« pair steel rimmed spectacles. SPECIAL SANITARY NOTICE. All persons disposing of desd srt* Imsls, dscsylng vegetables, etc., must bury the ssme. The city garbage ground being East of wagon bridge In river bed. By order of thn Board of Health. PROFESSIONAL CAROS DR. K. ifi. BARTKL.T Physician and Hurfieon Office over New York store, or inquire at Mcljean Br«'H.* drug store. DR. LE ROY QULLICK, Physician and Surgeon, (Ex. interne Md. General Hospitalj Baltimore. Md. Room 9 Land Office Building Tel. Lamar 48. W. A. MERRILL F. J. M'CARTY Depy. Diet. Attorney 1 MERRILL & MO ARTY Attorney. & Counsellor* at Law. N.t’L Bank Bids. Room S and 4 A general practice In all civil mas ters In all the courta. GRANBY HILLTER attorney and Counselor at Law Lamas, Uolobado. Second flair doodale Building. J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and Counselor at Law, Lamah, (IoLUSADO. OfTloeln dent an*.. East Main St. WBLLINOTO! f B. FEB Attorr.o-7 a* £janr Lamar, Colorado. C C GOODALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Offlre in Ooodale Block LA.MAK O LOKADO F. E. IRWIN Civil Engineer md Surveyor Offioe over 107 south Main Lamar, Colo. E. Q. HENKINB. COMMISSION BROKER Will sell Dry end Irrigated Lands, Stock Kanchei end all kinds of Live Stock Bheep a Specialty List Tour Stuff with Me Phone Prowers ISO A Bag cf Gold wan raved by a boy. lie started with only 10 cent*. Some dey« he saved 20 cents. One holiday he saved SO cents. Out of hie tirut week's salary he saved sl.oo. So fast did hie money grow that he soon had $5.00. Then he worked and navtd to gel $lO.OO. At the nd of one year he was delighted to fit.d that he had saved up $lOO.OO. You oan do the seme. Come to us and get a Beauti ful Pocket Savings Bank free. The First National Bank LAMAR COLO V —-as/ WE PLACE BEFORE YOU this picture. At first sight It seems 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 ar tistic designs are all combined in any rocker we sell. Order one for wife. J. T. Kirkpatrick BOMB. Main Bt. Phene *e* 871 To Fathers and Mothers and All Others Why take chances on having typhoid fever in yoitf J family when you can get absolutely pure distilled water .j and ice from us at a very reasonbale cost. .’ 4 . It is conceded by all reputable physicians that 95 per >4 , cent of typhoid cases are the result of using impure wa ter, together with the hot weather. Every family in the , ' town and country can easily have a supply of pore dia- ;.. tilled water for drinking purposes. Buy sufficient iee j and put it in a barrel or other suitable receptacle and use j the water as it melts from the ice. A few dollars spent ;■ in this way will very likely save you a large doctor and . nurse bill, to say nothing of the worry, the grief and the jf suffring for you and yours, and the loss of valuable time ’« at this season of the year. It will pay you to give this j * matter careful, earnest consideration. ,tj Yours truly, • THE UJllOif ICE 1110 STORAGE CO. Phone Lamar 9 Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We carry the largest stock in oar line ever carried in eastern Colorado and oan sail to yon at lowaet prices ever known in the Arkansas vallsy. THE LAMM HARDWARE CO, Man Zan Pile Remedy Man Zan is Prepared Especially for the Treatment of Piles in all of the Various Forms of Thia Distressing and Painful Affliction. This preparation is antiseptic, astringent and healing. It Is a jelly-like preparation put up in a tube with perforated nozzle attached, thus enabling sufferers of Pile diseases in any form to apply Man Zan to the affected parts readily. Man Zan draws out inflammation and heals the affected parts. Every man, woman and child who is afflicted with piles in any form should use Man Zan and avoid a painful, serious operation. CURES PILES We guarantee Man Zan to give satisfactory results or refund your money. Why? Because we believe it to be the best pile cure on the market today. It will be a pleasure to us to mail free to anyone suffering from Piles or any rectal diseases a sample of the marvelous Man Zan Pile Cure. Don’t wait. Delays are danger ous. Send us your name and address to-day and we will gladly send you a free trial package of this wonderful preparation, admitted by thousands to be one of the best remedies of its kind for the relief and cure of Piles in any form ever known. Purchase a6O cent tube of Man Zan from your druggist or dealer and if the preparation does not do all we claim your money will be refunded. Take no sub stitute, but insist on Man Zan. PREPARED BY JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A. Register and Globe-Democrat $2 Notice of Redemption OF SCHOOL ORDERS Office of Co unity Treasurer. Prowers County, Coio. July 28. 1909. Notice to hereby given that 1 will redeem at my office in Lamar. Prow era County, Colorado, all School Ord ers numbered aa follow*: Amount of No. Dat* of Issue Ordar School District No. 14 Qansral. tVH Dec. 19. 19W* * <6 4o ttoo Dec. IV, loots « ti ut Dec. IV. lvu* To To -It 1 Dec. 23. 190* tU 00 till Dec. It. 190* 'll 'll till Dec. 23. IVUV I- VO tits u Jan. o. 1909 101 0. toots Jan. 10. IVOV 11l It tool Jan. 16. IVOV 66 60 3199 Jan. 16, IVUV It at toon Jan. 16. IVUV 60 60 HO 6 Jan. 16. IVUV 46 66 tl o7 Jan. 16. IVUV *6 Vo 2/9* Jan. 16. IVOV 66 6b 2796 Jan. 16. IVOV 66 6- 2»U3 Jan. 16. IVOV 66 66 2797 Jan. 16. IVOV 66 66 2*ol Jan. 16. IVOV 66 66 1101 Jan. 16. IVOV 66 66 2»04 Jan. 16. IVOV It It 2*06 Jan. 16. IVOV 3* *7 2*06 Jan. 16. IVOV 70 70 to oo Jan. 16, IVOV 66 66 t»ll Jan. 16. IVOV 26 to ■HOI Jan. 16. 1909 32 bt 261 V Jan. 2V. IVOV 143 01 2636 Feb. 12, 1909 70 70 2626 Feb. 12. 1999 66 66 262 V Feb. 12. IVOV 65 6b 2626 Feb. 12. 1999 65 66 2630 Feb. 12. 1V0» 66 65 2*37 Feb. 12. 1909 75 76 283 V Feb. 12. IVO9 76 76 2642 Feb. 12. IVOV *0 60 2622 Feb. 10, 11*09 35 35 2631 Feb. 12. 1909 65 66 2794 Jan. 16. 1909 65 6o 2633 Feb. 12. 1909 65 6a 2625 Fbe. 12. 1909 65 66 2635 Feb. 12. 1909 65 66 2*27 Feb. 12. 1909 65 65 2*32 Feb. 12. 1909 65 65 2844 Feb. 16. 1909 143 O'. 2*63 Feb. 12. 1909 32 *2 2636 Feb. 12. 1909 65 66 2*40 Feb. 12, 1909 85 So 2*ll Feb. 12. 1909 112 21 2*24 Feb. 12. 1909 65 6b 2634 Feb. 12. 1909 65 6;. 2863 Mar. 12. 1909 65 66 2670 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6i. 2873 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6a 2876 Mar. 12. 1909 70 71 2879 Mar. 12. 1909 112 20 2*77 Mar. 12. 1909 101 0- 28*1 Mar. 13. 1909 71 9* 287* Mar. 12. 1909 85 8;. 2875 Mar. 12. 1949 75 7:, 2880 Mar. If. 1909 75 7b 2865 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6b 2872 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6b 1864 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6 !874 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6a 2866 Mar. 12, 1909 65 6a 2868 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6b 1869 Mar. 12. 1909 65 6b •2867 Mar. 12. 190* 65 65 2871 Mar. 12. I*o9 65 6l 2889 Apr. 5. I*o* 143 0 289* Apr. 10. I*o9 65 65 2896 Apr. 10. 1000 48 65 2*93 Apr. 10, I*o* 45 4b 20*0 Apr. 10. I*o* 45 48 £ 18 :::: :::: 8S 28*9 Apr. If, I*o* 00 00 2900 Apr. 10. 1000 00 0* 2*ol Apr. IQ, I*oo 00 •• 2*92 Apr. 10. I*oo 00 0* 2VOI Apr. 10. 100* 00 0* 2*95 Apr. 10. I*oo 0( 00 2907 Apr. 10 1000 1U 31 2008 Apr. 10. 100* fO 10 2905 Apr. 10. I*oo 101 ft 2903 Apr. 10. I*o* JO 70 2*94 Apr. I*. I*o* 00 00 2906 Apr. 10. I*oß TO 1# 2931 May 8, I*o* Mtt 2929 May S. I*o9 Of *0 2936 May 0, 1000 Of 00 2930 May f, 19*9 Oft <0 29*8 May 0. I*oo o**o 2926 May 8. I*o9 00 4* 2923 May I, I*o* 04 00 293 C May 8. I*o* ff TO 2922 May *. I*o* 101 OS 2940 May 8, I*** 1U Ft 2939 May "I, I*oo 11l H 2924 May 8, 194* «00 School District No. g, SpaolaL 607 Jan. 9. 19*9 •II N 610 Jan. 16. 190* If 4* 509 Jan. I*. 190* 110 608 Jan. I*. 190* S TO 611 Jan. 16. 190* 14 10 520 Jan. 29. 190* if* 00 612 Jan. 29. 190* 71 40 6i ‘ Jan. 29. 1909 00 SO 618 Jan. 29. 1909 00 70 621 Jan. 29. 19*9 $1 Of 623 Jan. 29. 1909 SO TO 524 Feb. 4. 190* IHe 63* Feb. 10. I**9 « SO 625 Feb. 10. 190* f 4* 631 Feb. I*. 190* 1 40 62* Feb. 10. 1908 * 60 636 Feb. 26, 1999 *1 2* 623 Feb. 26. 1909 fl 40 643 Feb. 26. 19*9 01 00 644 Feb. 26. 1909 St 70 63S Feb. 26. 1999 71 40 637 Feb 26. 1909 00 90 641 Feb. 26. 1909 ITS 99 524 Feb. 26. 1909 44 M 542 Feb. 26 1999 IS 20 630 Feb 26. 1909 0* 90 527 Feb. 10. 1909 0 9* 533 Feb 24. 1999 SO 70 CIU Jan. 29 1909 109 00 640 Feb. 26 1909 109 90 655 Mar 26. 1909 I*B 9* 548 Mar. 26. 199* 71 4* 549 Mar 26. 1999 00 9* 550 Mar. 26. 19*9 01 2* 651 Mar. 26. 1909 t* 70 550 Mar 24. I*o9 IT* 00 560 Mar 26 1909 91 #9 661 Apr. 6. 1909 49* 563 Apr. 5. 1907 91 90 575 Apr 23. 1909 170 0* 565 Apr. 12 1909 879 564 Apr. 12 1999 If 1* 66*. Apr. 23. 199* 71 4* Apr 23. 1909 fl 2V •>«*. . . .Apr 23. ltfOO 00 9* 570 Apr. 23. 190* SO 80 571 Apr. 23. 1909 71 4# 573 Apr. 23 1909 96 7# 567 Apr. 23. 1909 00 S* 676 Apr 22. 19*9 1* 8* 57S Apr. 90. 1900 SI 00 577 Apr. 23. 1909 40 00 572 Apr. 22 1909 til 579 May 5. 1009 Sff 580 May l. 1909 tO6 62J Feb TO. 1909 14 0* 581 May 21 19» 71 4# s*l May 21. I*o* Off* 5*5 May Cl 1909 00 10 5*5 May 21. 1999 fl 40 5*7 May 31. I*o* f* 7# 592 May 21 1999 IS SO 590 Mav fl. I*o9 10 *0 593 Mav 21. 190# 8 0* 574 Apr 23 190# 10* #0 588 May 21. 1900 109 *0 595 June 1. 1000 »1 06 Interest wtU oomb on the above named school Orders after Aug. N, ISOS. J. T. ADKINS. -a:;,.. r-.