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VOLUME XXIV.
NINTH ANNUAL FAIR.
The Prowers County Fair Association
Closes a Successful Meeting.
Last week the weather man tried
to see Just row nice he could be to
oar fair association, and as a re
sult the ninth meeting; was the great
est success in the history of the as
soc katton. The crowds were Larger,
receipts bigger*, displays in most Hi
es finer, and program better. Just
to show what he might have done
the weather man waited until the
last race was run and most of the
crowd home,and then turned loose a
regular August dashing rain on what
was Left of them.
The rivalry between Big Bend and
May Valley brought out some of the
finest agricultural and horticultural
displays over shown here. Big Ben
won in the agricultural Line, but
i.ay Valley evened up the score on
fruit. There were also many othei
excellent Individual displays of farm
and garden produce, also some fine
exhibits of dry land products, which
showed that many of the new farm
ers are making good under the Camp
bell system. The displays In sow
lines of stock and poultry were no
as large as In some previous years,
but many fine specimens were shows
The art and floral displays were par
tfrcmlarly excellent. There were i
number of fine special dismays an
that of our dairyman. E. H. Gregg
attracted much attention and praise
The crowd on the second day wa>
the largest ever at the fair ground
and there were large numbers or
each of the other days. The pro
gram for the third day was the best
ever given In the valley and de*erve<
a much larger attendance.
The balloon ascensions were great
ly appreciated and on the second
day the morning ascension caused a
gieat deal of excitement as the
parachute failed to cut loose, and
the aeronaut had to stay with the
balloon until the gas gradually es
caped and Jet him down. He kept
up his trapeze work during all the
excitement and alighted without an
accident.
The base ball game on Wednesday
toe tween Wtkgr and Granada was one
of the most exciting ever witnessed
here, and was won by Wiley by a
score of 3 to 2sn eleven innings.
The box score follows and shows
that It wae a splendid game:
GRANADA
Mayfield, as 6 1 2 3 0 0
Ireland. If 5 0 2 3 0 C
Skinner. 2b 5 0 2 0 0 1
Herr. 3b 4 11 1 0 (
Taylor, c 6 0 0 11 3 1
Hannon, p 4 0 0 1 4 0
D. Koonce, cf .. .. 4 0 0 1 0 t
Oelfke. If 2 0 0 0 0 1
R. Koonce. lb 4 0 1 14 0 (
Lsshmett, If.. ..2000 0 0
Totals 40 2 9 31 10 2
WILEY
Sharkey. 3b 6 0 0 3 3 0
Culler. 2b 5 11 4 0 1
Love, .6 0 2 7 3 0
Matney. p 4 11 3 9 1
Ellis, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Cummings, rf .. .. 4 11 0 0 1
Overfield, as .... 4 0 1 0 0 0
Spicer, lb 5 0 0 14 1 0
Petrie, If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 40 3 6 33 16 3
Wiley .. ..1001000000 I—3
Granada ...2 000000000 o—2
Earned rune—Granada 2, Wiley 1.
Two base hit—Love.
Home run —Herr.
Stolen bases —Sk Inner .Taylor, Cut
ler, .Mayfield.
Sacrifice hit—Ellis.
Bases on balls—Off Matney 1, off
Hannon 3.
Struck out—By Matney 6, by Har
mon 18.
Left on bases—Wiley 7, Granada
6.
Passed ball*—Love 2. Taylor 3.
On Thursday Korn man. and Holly
played an equally exciting game o?
thirteen Innings, which was won by
the Korn man boys by a score of 6
to 5. The box score Is as follows:
Kornman —0 002011010001
Holly —1 200100010000
Earned runs—Kornman 1, Holly 1.
Two base hits—Skinner, Sharkey.
Three base hit—Sharkey.
Stolen bases*—Kornman 3, Holly 3.
Sacrifice bits*—Kornman 3.
Bases on balls-—Off WhJteia 3, off
Herr 1
Struck out —By Whitels 6, by Wilkes
8, by Herr 3.
•Hit* made—OfT Wilkes 7 In nine
innings; off Herr, 6 in four innings.
Double plays—Kornman 3.
On Friday the Wiley and Kornman
alnes played for the championship
and Wiley won in> a one elded game
toy a score of 13 to 0.
A special feature ct the second
day was the marriage In front of
the grand stand of (Mr. J. E. Hardlu
and Miss Peart Bwadley, two popu
lar north side young people, Rov. J.
F. Kelly officiating. The happy
couple received the hearty congratu
lations of a large host of Meeds and
Ike good wishes of the entire crowd
The Lamar Register
as well as the Large list of wedding
presents offered toy the business men
uf Lamar.
The racing program and broncho
busting and other sports- were a'l
very greatly enjoyed by the crowd,
and It la safe to say that there has
never been such a satisfactory pio
•;ram for the fair before.
in spite of the heavy expenditures
to get the grounds to condition, caus
ed by the floods last fall, the asso
ciation has come through in much
better shape financially than for sev
eral years past. It Is a gratifying
condition, and It is hoped that It wWI
cause a much better feeling among
the ibusii.Vss men and citizens than
has existed for the past year or so.
Every citizen of the town and county
should be Interested in seeing a good
fair maintained ihi the county and
give the association their hearty
support.
ANOTHER REFORMER GONE
WRONG.
Manage*- of the Great and Gofecj
Ban Llnsey Swindle# All Hip
Friends.
Warrant* have been Issued by Dis
i.-Jct Attorney John W. Davidson, for
.he arrest of Col. J. A. Faw, a well
.fiuown c-haracter throughout the
date, charging him with Issuing
hecks whhen he had no funds In
ank. The warrants were issued at
.he request of Dr. E. C. Stlimnell
bid White A Davis. Back of the
.:.val appeal to the authorities is a
story of Coi. Faw’s alleged opera
ions covering a period of at leaat
wo years during which time it is
*ald he has secured thousands of
Jollars from prominent persons and
firms of Denver. Pueblo and othe;
owns In the Arkansas valley, by
means of chevies which It Ut charged
are utterly worthless. The charge la
a misdemeanor with a light penalty.
Col Faw 1* known In the Arkansas
valley for bis work on a scheme to
build an underflow water system
from Honse creek, which was to
furnish water to Rocky Ford. Sugar
City, Ordway, Swlnk, La Junta, and
Manzanola. Over this scheme be
became Involved In litigation with
Judge Q. F. Patrick, who owned the
land on which Faw Intended to de
velop the system, Faw Is still work
ing on the scheme, but without much
hope c t success owing to the Ilka-
Uon. However hh recently is said
to have entered into a contract with
one of the cKlee to supply It with
domestic water.
As manager for Judge Ben B. Lind
sey, the famous Denver juvenile
judge, during the last campaign. Col.
Faw also attracted state wide atten
tion.
Since the district attorney issued
the warrants for Col. Faw several
days ago, he has heard from many
sources of other worthless checks
which It Is said the promoter has
been, able to have cashed.
Why action has never been takei*
before Is a mystery to the authori
ties, as it la said they have reports
of similar transactions are said to
be for large sums.
In the case of Dr. Stlmmell it Is
said Col. Faw owed him $l3O. He
paid the bill with g-check for $1&0
and received a check for 120 In re
turn. This check he succeeded In
cashing but Dr. Stlmmell was not so
fortunate. Tbs check Dr. Stiminell
received from Faw came back mark
ed “no funds.*'
It was over two years ago that
Col. Faw commenced work on his
water system. He purchased 160
acres of land from Judge Patrick an<
started an underflow system on
Horse creek. Judge Patrick finally
had Faw put off the land on the
grounds that he refused to pay for
it. Faw simply crossed the Patrick
fence and purchased another tract
on which he made a small payment.
He commenced his system on the
other land and Judge Patrick ob
tained an injunction restraining him
from further development. The re
sult has been litigation which has
never been settled.
The Methodist conference has re
appointed Rev. H. M. Plngree as pas
tor at Lamar, much to the gratifi
cation of his congregation. Rev. Pi.i
gree has proved an extremely able
and popular pastor and the church
Is to be congratulated on again sec
uring his* services. Rev. M. M. Eat
on’s many Lamar friends will be
interested to learn that the confer
ence received him as a full fledged
Methodist minister. He was sent to
Goldfield.
The office of the Two Buttes com
pany Is being refitted and refurnish
ed and will be quite an attractive
place of business as well as having
an attractive proposition to offei
homeseekers and investors. Mr.
anerman has returned from Chicago
where he has Just had printsd a
large edition of one of the neatest
and most pleasing advertising paraph
lets ever published about this sec
tion. It Is a conservative statement
of the condHons and resource* here,
ar.d especially under the Two Buttes i
canal.
opptsiai, xrs3 oropaFau or pmowees cottutt
LAMAS, PROWESS COUNTY, COLORADO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1909
“REAPIN’, ’RUIN’, ’RITHMETIC”
TIME FOR SCHOOL IS ABOUT HERE
We are ready with a Complete Line of
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPUES
We are the oldest Book Dealers We know what you want, and
in Prowers County Won’t Be Undersold
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SUIT I Only a few Suits left. Almost a total clean-up. We are offering I 1
them at a reduction of 25 per cent. Ikjy yourwolf one and go to the fair.
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Vacation time la here let us sell you »gia£g£fa THE wrWiCUh
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COLO. COLO.
8 PAGBS
NUMBER 13

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