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Published Weakly by
Fdltor end Proprietor
ante*** at the Poetefflee at Lamar,
Ceie<«*e, as Meond-ciaae matter.
Subscription Roam:
One Year 9L69
Six Mentha 76
Three MeoUaa 40
Btagje Oep; 06
Wednesday, September 8, 1909
Bora —To Mr. aad Mr*. L. A.
Jacobs oa last Friday, a fine boy.
Charles Owens left for Gardeu City
Kansas, for a couple of (lays busfnea
Herbert Creel, who haa been quite
sick for several weeks, is now rapid
ly recovering.
The Woman’a League will meet
next Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Henry at 3 o’clock.
About 10 persona took the Stub
for La* Animas this morning to at
tend the fair held there this week.
Mr. Haywood manager of the al
falfa hay mills left this morning for
Denver where he will visit his famn>
W. P. Bell started last night for
Corpus Christ! Bay, Texas, where he
Is taking a party of home seekers
Mr. Ruble and wife of Kansas City
who have been visltlug here for sev
eral days left this morning for Pue
Attorney Alfred Todd has been
very 111 for several days and groat
fear is felt by bis many friends as
to his condition.
Ray Gould and Harry Traxler re
turned from their fishing trip at
the reservoirs and report the watei
fine and lots of fish.
Mr*. W. H. Stewart came In this
morning on No. 1) from Mammouth.
Illinois, for a few days visit with hei
brother-in-law and family.
Mrs. John Mace returned Sunda.%
from Wichita, Kansas, where she
has been for the past month recover
ing from a serious operation.
Sheriff Simpson left this morn in*;
for Buena Vista, with the two young
fellows who were convicted of burg
larising B. F. Cooper’s bouse about
10 days ago.
Ed Gonna s the possessor of a
new watch charm in the form of a
Brush Runabout Automobile. It is
a single cylinder twelve horse power
and cost 4660.
Fred Cooper came in this after
noon from an auto trip to Pueblo
Jack Johnson who went with him
took sick on the return trip auu
took tbs Santa Fe from La Junta
Married—On Sunday morning b>
Judge Pike, Mr. AncU E. Everett aua
Mrs. Artie E. Baxter. The happy
couple left for a short trip west ou
the morning train. They have the
best wishes and congratulations of
their many friends.
Mr. Konkel, manager of the Vaude
ville show, has had the best act of
the season on this week. It la tne
Tar lies in their bicycle act, and it
certainly deserves the patronage oi
the people. The pair were with
lUugling Bros. Circus for three year,
aud there are none better in their
Chas. L. Doughty, who has been
local reporter for the Register for
over a year, has resigned aud left
yesterday for Boulder, where be wll.
attend the state university, the
coming year. The entire force bated
to see Charley leave aud their beet
wishes go with him to his work in
1 be high school foot ball men ar
a’rcsdy kicking the pig ski 4 z.'ouui
preparing to get down to hard prac
tice within a week. They are belter
equipped this year than ever, and
feel that with the material they ha vi
and lots of hard work that they will
be able to carry off the penan t thi>
year. A subscription list was taker
around to the business men and over
#l6O was subscribed besides a pre
sent by the Lamar Drug Co. of 1
dozen jerseys.
Married—On last Wednesday even
lug at the home of the bride’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A .Payne, at
8 o’clock, Mr. Edgar McGowan and
Mfe* Effie Payne, Rev. J. C. Horn
of the Methodist church officiating
The guests were limited to relatives
and a few of the most inti malt
friends of the couple. After the cere
mouy a most bountiful supper was
served in the dining room, the tabl
es being very tastefully decorated in
amilax and asters. The bride is one
of Lamar’s most popular young la
dies, having grown up here, and her
father being one of the prosperous
business men of the town. The
groom ie a promising young business
man of Victor, Colorado, and has
many friends hhere. He is a gradu
ate of Cutler Academy at Colorado
Springs. The happy coupde left
Thursday morning for an extended
trip after which they will be at home
in Victor. The congratulations aud
best wishes of all Lamarltea goes
with them.
Just Sixteen Hammocks Left
To be Sold at Your Own Price
If you want a Hammock come in. We will sell
it to you, you make the price. Genuine Palmer
Arawana Hammocks, everyone positively the best
of its class. We are going to sell every Hammock
so you may be sure you will be the winner if you
J. Stanley .Maxwell returned from
a weeks trip to Denver.
Dr. Hasty made a short business
trip to Las Animas Monday.
Ben Mace left .Monday morning for
Trinidad where he will locate.
A second bank to be known as the
Citizens Lank has been organized to
lo bus|nesa at llarunan.
1 1 the north pole discoverers wli»
only let up a few days now we will
nave some fkie weather
Carl Hasty left for Ottawa. Kansas
his afternoon ou .No. 10, where he
a'lll outer a commercial college.
It is now 24 hours since anyone
.ias discovered the north pole. \v
are fearful it may get lost again.
J. M. Williams and daughter. Mis*
tie.eu left for Texas this afternoon
where Mise Helen will enter a ginh
■■•iiu.ia rj-.
The harvesting of beets will begin
about October Ist, and the run
tie factory will begin shortly afte.
hat date.
Blair Van Gundy, who has been
tlsltlng bis father here, left today
lor a short visit to Fowler, Pueblo
aud other points west.
Mr. and Mm. W. S. Peterson re
turned the first of the week from
an exlendtd visit in California, ami
are now at home once more in La
S. G. Porter, chief engineer at the
Amity Canal system, has been in La
mar several daju this week on busi
ness and also attending the good
roads meeting.
Ray and Fay Jacobs who have
»pent the summer with Mr. aud Mrs.
Ray Pilloud returned to their home
in Brookville, Missouri, this after
iiooq on No. 10.
A. N. Parrish and son made a
business trip to Springfield lu Dow
ier's Cadillac, Monday afternoon aud
report the heaviest rains for years
have been, falling iu the past week.
The schools opened yesterday- and
the attendance Is large in all the
grades. Most of the little ones seem
to be enthusiastic, even though in .
few weeks they will again be long
ing for vacation.
Donald Bent came in Sunday after
noon from Denver, for a weeks visit
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bent, be
fore going to Boston where he is
taking a course In Electrical Engin
eering, at the Boston Technical Col
The comm lasi on ere are in session
this week both for the transaction
<>f the usual routine business and
i-so to sit as a board of equaliza
tion of assessments. Chairman W.
W. Reynolds and H. B. Manville a:
A flood in the upper Arkansas
washed out the railroad bridge at
.Nepesta this morning and dedayed all
trains from the west. The Purga
tolre also had twelve feet of water
iu it, which taken together made
considerable water in the river tem
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Butler, Mr. &nd
-Mrs. Frank Sayler. Mr. and Mrs. H.
J. Johnson, Fred Cooper, Ray Goukl
aud Harry Traxler composed an auto
mobile party that will spend a week
fishing at the lakes. The Last re
port from them was that they had
caught 40 large ones already.
Lamar Union High School opened
this morning with the largest enroll
ment ever taken on the first day.
The total for the 4 grades being 110.
.'liss laberwood has charge of the
Latin and German; Miss Mersen.
Luglish and History; Mies McCand
liss, music azul drawing; Miss Bat
man, mathematics; Mr. Patton, Ath
letics and science; Mr. Jones, mathe
Good Roads Association.
A meeting was called for a week
ago Saturday evening at the opera
house to organize a good roads as
-Iso latlon for Prwers county. There '
was a fair sized attendance and a
pc-iin&.ieut organization was formed
oy electing Dr. J. S. Hasty, president
and Fred Cooper, secretary. Com
mittees were appointed and a num
ber of speeches made in which many
good speeches were advanced as to
methods of advancing the cause of
Improving the roads. A large list of
vice-presidents were appointed to
promote tne work In various sections
of the county.
Last eveniug a eecond session o.
the association was held at the club
rooms and there were a half doze-i
Holly citizens present, besides quite
a targe number from Lamar. Mr. S.
G. Porter of the Amity company
made an interesting talk on tne euo
iecl of improving the roads, ami
ConunbMNoaer Reynolds mid several
others also made snort talJts. Mr.
Keyuoul* explained Just the c-ondi
Lions the comm naiouer* had had to
face and how impossible U is for
the county to keep up the roads with
out the cooperation of the people-
He also explained that many of the
farmers needed to have these mat
lers made plain lo them, as the ex
pense of trial and fine If convlcteo
would he quite heavy, and the com
missioners had been loathe to in
filet this penalty If it could be nvokl
Dr. Burnett gave his views on the
subject of publishing matters per
taining to the improvement of the
roads so clearly, that the meeting
rewarded him by making hhn bead
of the committee on publicity srith
Mr. Bragg of Holly, Mr. Mayfield of
Granada and Mr. Halnline of Wiley
as assistants. The meeting adjourn
ed to meet In two weeks at Holly.
The Register is heartily in favor
of good roads and most of the senti
ments expressed at the meeting, but
we are bound to differ with the
Idea advanced by some in regard to
securing any more state appropria
tions for bridges. We have in the
past advocated some of these bills,
but think anyone ought to tumble to
the game after awhile, and we are
free to admit our mistake. It Is
easy for a representative to get a
few thousand dollars for a cheap
john wooden bridge across the river
some place, and thus make a show
ing of having done something. It
then becomes the duty of the coun
ty under the law to maintain that
bridge and there’s the rub. The |5,-
000 appropriation at Carlton has
'ost Brower* county over
th 14,000 at Morse over llti.'Kio and
others in like proportion, only the
Holly’ bridge of all constru*:tou by
the state being still standing. If
our next representative will Just
protect the county from having any
appropriation thrust upon us. and
give the road fund a chance to catch
up with the work, he will have done
a good service to thecause of good
roads In Prowers county. The Reg
ister believe* that taxpayers, who
will Investigate the past experience
of the county in this line, will agree
with us that unless a sum sufficient
to build a solid steel bridge can be
obtained, it is better to have noth
ing, and as that stun would be $20.-
000 It Is impossible to secure it
even if passed It would be cut in
the closing hours of the session to
$6,000 and that would mean a bum
wodden bridge.
There will be a civil service ex
amination held Jn Lamar on Oct:,
ber 2 for the position of alerk and
carrier in the postoffice service. The
position of substitute carrier is now
vacant. Ail Information, application
blanks, etc., can be secured by in
quiring of Albert A. Hagerman at
the poe toffies.
j I sm delivering water dally IN
Lamar now from my *rtesidn wall I
south of town. Ths v*at*r Is purg
( and soft and recommended by physi
cians. Delivered at following pricss:
Per galllon 10c In glass bottles; 2
gallon jugs 15c In bulk whan you
furnish your own rsservoir 5c per
gallon. Water Is on sals at La
mgr Drug Co. or McLean Bros.
Statu -* Colorado >
)ss. In the County
t -unty of Prowers) Court.
Stephen Scott. Plaintiff
Thomas O. Moffett, Trustee
for the use of The Farm
ers Lusn and Trust Company;
The Farmers L -an and Trust
, Company, It 11. porter turn-
Her Company, ana The Slier,
iff of Lent County, ColftrsUo
Trustee for the use of ft H.
Porter Lumber Company, as
successor In trust to F. P.
ArbucKie, Trustee, Deceased. Defndants.
Tne People of the State of Colorado,
To Thorn as O. Moffett, Trustee for
the use of The Farmers Loan and Trust
Company. The Farmers Loan and Trust
Company, 1C H. Porter Lumber Com
pany, and the Sheriff of Belli County,
Colorado, Trustee for the use of K. H.
Porter Lumber Company, as successor In
trust to F. P. Arbuckle, Trustee. De
ceased, the defendants above named
lou 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 the complaint therein
within twenty days after the service
hereof. If served within this County; or.
if served out of this County, or by pub
lication, within thirty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day of
service; or Judgment by default will be
taken against you according to the
prayer of the complaint. And If a cup)
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 additional to
ihe time hereinbefore specified for ap
pearance and answer will be allowed be
fore the taking of Judgment as aforesaid
The said action D brought to quiet
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 North East Quarter
of Section Thirty-one (SI) in Town ship
‘(Twenty-three (23) South, of Range Fort)
six <46> West of the Sixth IVlncipal
Meridian, containing One hundred and
sixty (160) acres, more or less. Govern
rnent survey, as will more fully appear
from the complaint In said action to
which reference Is here made, a copy
of which complaint is hereto 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 cause Judgment by de
fault to be entered against you for the
relief demanded In said complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of
said court at I-a mar in said County, this 1
sixteenth day of August A. D. 1 909.
(County Court Seal)
Judge and Acting Clerk.
J. K Doughty. Attorney.
Wanted—Man and wife a a cook
And Helper. Apply B. Haywood, IN
B. Mete St
State oi Colorado )
(sa Xa the County •
County o i Prowers) Court.
In the matter of the Estate of
Clara Druege and Frieda Droege
minors, on the application to
sell real estate belonging to said
miftors by Magdalena Droege
To alt whom It may concern, and to
Clara Droege and Frieda Iwoege, minors
and to Hon. F. J. McCarty, Esq., by ,
litem for said minor
appointment of tills court Guardian ad .
Notice is hereby given that on Mondaj
the 20th day of September, A. D. 1909. (
the undersigned, the duly appointed, .
qualified and acting Guardian of Clara .
Druege and Frieda Droege, minors, will
present her petition to the County Court
within and for the County of Prowers
and State of Colorado, which petition
has heretofore been Hied In said Court,
and will then and there apply '
for an order of sal J Court
authorising, empowt-i lng and directing j
her aa auch Guardian, to aell certain ;
real estate, hereinafter described,
belonging to said minora, said real ea- :
tate being situate and located In Prow- *
era County, State of Colorado, at which ‘
time and place any person may attend. 1
The real estate, belonging to said min- c
on. 8o sell which an order of court J
will be asked for, I* described as fol- '
lows, to-wlt: 1
An undivided two-eights Interest in and
to the Northeast Quarter (NK 1-4) of J
Section Twenty four (24), Township •'
Twenty-two t 22) South. Range Forty- 1
three (43) West of the Sixth Principal
Meridian, situated in the County of Proa
ers and the State of Colorado.
The interest of the aald minors. Clara
Droege and Frieda Droege. being the
Interest acquired by them as two of the
five heirs at lawof Gerhard IL Droege, .
deceased. r
That the said petition and application .
will be presented for hearing and con- ,
federation on Mondny. the 20tk day of
September A. D. 1909. at 10 o’clock on
said day, at the County Court House In ?
Lamar. Prowers County, Colorado; and .
any person or persons Interested therein ;
In any manner are hereby notified to .
*4® and appear at said time and place t
and show cause, if any there be, why i
an order for the sale of all the right '
tltla and Interest of said minors In and
to the above described real estate should
Hon b * * ranted * * a brayed In said petl- j
_ Magdalena droege c
Gu * r «llan °f the Estate of Clara Droege
and Frieda Droege. Minors.
Granby Hillyer, Attorney for Ouardlan.
Klr.l PU.btlß.tlon Auitu.t l«th, A. D. IMI
Lm publication Scptombar llth 1»0». *
Ntc» little pleu.pt, ten tie, hi j, f
wfe and sure plUa, are Rlnft Little
Unr PUIt. *
state of Colorado )
(ss. In the County
County of Prowers) Court.
J. W. Bent. Plaintiff,
W. Dwight Bower, Charles
11. Hacked and Oliver N. Ap
plegtale. Defendants.
The People of the State of Colorado
f To W. Dwight Bower. Charles H.
Hacked, and Oliver N. Applegate the
defendants above named, GREETING:
You are hereby required to appear it.
an action brought against you by the a
hove named plaintiff in ti.-- <'■ .t
Court of Prowers County, State of -.0l
orado, and answer the complaint th rt
in within twenty days after the sti.ic
hereof. If served within this Count)
or. If served out of tins County, oi bj
pi l-licatiou. within thirty days a: lei
the service hereof, exclusive of th<
day of service; or judgment by defaul
will be taken against you according to
me prayer of the complaint. And >1 n
copy of the complaint In the • -ov*
entitled action be not served with ihL
summons, or If the service hereof b«
made out of this state, then ten dayr
to the time herelnbefore
* peel fled for appearance and answei
wnl be allowed before the taking oi
lodgment by default as aforesaid.
The said action Is brought to recover
possession of the following described pre
mtses situate in the County of Prow
ers and State of Colorado, to-wlt: The
Northeast Quarter (NEI-4) of Section
Eighteen (1*). Township Twenty-four
(24) South. Range Forty-six (46) West
and for the sum of One hundred Hol
ers (9100.00) damages for the detention
of the same from plaintiff and for plan
tlfFa costs of suit, as will more fully
appear from the complaint In said
action to which reference is here made:
A copy of which is hereto 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 against
you by default for the relief prayed In
MIJ complaint.
Given under my hand and tb« seal
of the County Court, of Prowers County.
Colorado, at Ismar, In said County this
30th day of June A. D.
Judge and Acting Clerk.
Grmnbv Hillyer, Attorney for Plaintiff,
rlrst publication, August lath. 190 k
Dost publication September 15th, 1909
state of Colorado i
(sa. In the County
County of Frowera) Court.
The First National Bank of
Granada, a Corporation,
John H. Newman.
The People of the State of Colorado,
To John H. Newman the defendant a~
bove named. GREETING:
You are hereby required to appear I>.
an action brought against you by the a
bove named plaintiff In the County-
Court of Prowers County, State of Col
orado. and answer th# complaint there
in within twenty days after the aervac<-
hereof, if served within this County
or. If served out of this County, or b\
publication, within thirty days aftc:
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of service; or Judgment by default
will be taken against you according to
the prayer of the complaint. And If a
copy of the complaint In the abov>
entitled action be not served with thl*
summons, or If the service hereof b«-
made out of this state, then ten day*
additional to the time hereinbefore
specified for appearance and answei
will be anowed before the taking oi
judgment by default as aforesaid.
The said action Is brought to obtain a
Judgment against you In the sum of One
Thousand One Hundred fifty and no-100
dollars, being the amount due said plain
tiff on a prumtsory note signed by you ,
on the first day of January A. I). 190 S
lue six months from date with Interest
thi r**on at lu per cent per annitn from
date and for plaintiff's cost of suit in
thi.i bvliair expended and for a reason
able attorney’s fee as will more fully
appear from the complaint In said ac
tion to which reference Is here made
A copy of which Isherto attached.
And you are hereby notified that If
you fail to appear, and to answer the
said complaint as above required. the
said plaintiff will take Judgment against
you by default In the amount prayed fli
said complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal
of the County Court at Umar In sal<l
County, this 19th day of June A. D.
Judge and Acting Clerk.
Granby Hillyer. Attorney for Plaintiff,
hirst publication. August ixth. 1909.
I -ast publication September 15th, 1909
■ IWB rwn rwMbivn ■ IWII
Department of the Interior. I
U. S. Land Office at Ij*tnar, Cola.
August 14. 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Albert
Hailey, of lamar Cola, who. on Oct. 16
1907. made homestead entry N 0.03730 Hd.
NaS44O. for Lots 1 and 2 and E 1-2 ol
NW 1-4. Section 30, Township 23 South.
Range 45 W.. of the 6th P. Merldliii,
has filed notice of Intention to make
hlnnl commutation Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore the register and receiver at I-amar,
Colo., on the 2Sth day of September.
Claimant names as wltneases:
J. W. Ball. D. E Moore. E W. fiewell
and Henry Hackenburg, all of Lamar,
Department of the Interior.
I’. S. I-and Office at Lamar, Colo
rado, August 21. 1909.
, Notice Is hereby given that Andrew A.
t’ampbell, of Dmar, Colorado, who, on
May 21, 1903. made homestead entry Na
01369 Hd.. No. 5539. for the Lots 1 and
2 and K 1-2 of NW 1-4, Section 19.
Township 21 South, Range 46 West of
the 6th Principal Meridian, has filed
notice of Intention to make Final five
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the Reg
ister and Receiver, at Lamar, Colorado,
on the 19th day of October. 1909.
Claimant name* aa witnesses:
J- S- Hasty. George Reiley, John C.
Ford. Stephen Scott, all of Lamar, Col
Uost—2 quill*, several picture* and
a splasher from the Art department
at the fair grounds. Finder please
leave with tha secretary, F. H. Kel
i —i
Lamar Drug Co. |
Call and see our samples of Engraving, and leave |
orders for Visiting Cards I
New Line of Tally Cards |
Best leg Cream Soda in Town Photo Studio in Connection A
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded |
Lat reasonable prices ft
■■■ft M—ft— —i
Dealers in Meats
Contractors Cement Work
No Order Too Small
We deliver everything in onr line any day of
the weeh.
Whit»e Palace Ice Cream
Parlor and Bakery
Fred Lee Phone Prowers 35
J Requires No Rubber Ring
K## P* Perfactly
Forsvsr fjjlrfr 3
SJSs Meats, Fruits JI J
•sir ••■line , „ . 5 ±i 1
Easy «• Open r#o4 Pro-me * ;3} £- g
Smooth Edge * ■
Straight SM*B
Crystal Flint Olaae ■
Gold L***uerod Cap W| Sell end InrAmmend
Airtight and Sanitary * "■ ,U
Try A Dow Today
Can Your Vegetables
Every year the people at Ltatr pay thouanndg at dollar* for can
oed vegetable# that might Junt aa w ail be put up at home. With the
new Economy aelf-aeallng Fruit Jar a you can keep sweet corn, tomatoes,
boana. auccotash and sweet potatoes for use the year round. Put up your
own stuff, ears ooet. and be Lndepe ndenL
Preaid eat Vice Pres. Cashier AssL Cashier.
Citizens State Bank
CAPITAL STOCK $35,000.00 *
L L. Maxwell. Q. M. Smith, Geo. A. Everett, J. M. Wll llama, J. R.
Chas. Maxwell a tad E. H. Oerscke.
President. Vice Pre*. Conhlar
CAPITAL 800,000
Marta* Strain, B. T. McClav. L. F. Adam*, M. J. McMIMIn,
C. M. La* C. S. Smith. A. Daatar.
Warrant your buainaaa, large or am all. and o«ar a,«r,
facility oooaiateot with aaf* and rnnam mil i h—
a recant* Moral aad SabUct t* Shack. * m , (Mar* Raid
Carl & Hagaman
The Place to supply your wants in Lawn
Mowers, Hose, Hose supplies. Refrigerators.
Ice Cream Freezers, Up-to-date Fumi.ure and
Hardware. «...
Phone Lamar 133 117 S. Main

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