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Ths only tot of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Procure County. Abstract* to Farm a ul City Proper ty fxnn'shtd on thorteet no tice. Alto owner* of Bald win, Jay As Co."* Abstract* of Prowers County Rec ords precious to the fire of 1688. Terms reasonable. Address, ' ROWBRS COUHTT ABSTRACT CO. mu. Colorado MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of OhMo Money for yeed Perm end City Loene. Oell end eee me. L. WIRT MARKHAM C. L. Margrave Is in Pueblo this week on buisuess. R. R. Shaub and wife left Tut; day for Las Animas. darn —To Mr. and Mra. Alva Dei ter on Monday, & fine girl. Dr. Regnier of Regoier was in umar iuesaay on ousiness. H. L. Sallee came (Town from Denver today for & short visit. Jack Wilson and Chas. Beach < Two Buttes spent Sunday in Lamar W. A. Merrill nas been in Den ver on legal buslnessseveral days this week. Mrs. Chas. Maxwell isin Puebl. this week attending a Sunday school convention. Chas. Maxwell returned Wed nesday from a short eastern busi ness trip. Mr. and Mrs. John Mace return ed Sunday from an extended visit in Missouri and lowa. Guy McCory left Monday for i few days pleasure trip to Denvei and other western cities. R. J. Rountree and family hav moved into the house formerly o ■cupied by Geo. D. Robinson. L- F. Pfeiffer left on No. 8 to •day for Topeka, where he will get his family and then return to stay. W. A. Engleman of Claflin, Kan aas, was in Lamar this week on bus ■iness. returning to his home Wed nesday. Perry McMillen, who has been suffering with blood poisoning i one arm, is reported much improv eo and out 01 danger. Ray E.Pilloud now has charge ol the largest exchange of the Colored Telephone Co. in Denver, and is well pleased with his new work. A large audience was inatttend ance at the Presbyterian church < last Sunday evening and listened to a very able and eloquent Bac calure&te sermon by Rev. Kelry. Mrs. Merle C. Ward leaves Fri day for a month’s visit with home (oiks in Klinaas. taking in the com mencement exercises at the Law rence University. Mr. Ward will Join her In a few days. The play given Friday evening by the seniors was a pronounced success financially and entertaining ly. The receipts amounted to about one hundred and fifty dollars, which is to be divided equally for the library, athletic, memorial and high school library funds. A straight, honest, healthful cream of yi’y 11 tartar baking powder. 11 || Made from Grapes. || l| Contains not a grain |1 ■H of usurious ingredient PH iDr.PRICFSJ \ Bum Powder/ n\ Fifty rears MMM tho Standard Mrs. J. V. Sayler is up from Two Buttes this week visiting with La mar relatives and friends. Mrs. Granby Hillyer returned home Monday from Las Animas, where she hud been visiting. Ray Gould and H. J. Johnston delivered Mr. Gould's car to Spriug lield Tuesday, where it had been sdUd. Ed Person left Monday for Salt i-aKe City, where he wiUl look io»- a location and move his fami.y mere. The comet found a new tail in time to furnish our citizens a goou show on Monday night during the eclipse. W. H. Ryan and family of Ash Grove, Missouri.arrived in Lamai ' luesday and will make their fu ture home here. Mias Bessie Spoon of North Yak ima. Washington, arrived in Lama: Tuesday to atteud the wedding u. uer cousin. Miss Flossie Smith. Mrs. C. A. Rawls left Saturday to spend the summer with hei uus'oand on the ranch. She will ue greatly missed by her man} friends. Mr. E. C. Howe, general man ager of the American Beet Sugai company, is expected in Lamar tli« latter part of the week for a few uays business visit. He is spending the week in the valley. Commencement exercises for both the Bth grade and high school will be held this week. A class or til •will graduate from the Bth grade .omorrow night and 16 seniors will graduate from the high school on .•'riday evening. Judge Julius C. Gunter of Ue .er, formerly district judge for . judicial district, has been In Lain .oday looking up some legal in ters. The Judge has a host oi . rlends in Lamar who are always glad to welcome him. Agriculturists of tlTe Americai tieet Sugar company report tha. • his season only lour acres of beet.- out of the total acreage in thi: . actory district were forced to b replanted. Deep planting is said (Lo have aaused the poor stand on lour acres. C. V. Newman, cashier of thi American Beet Sugar Co’s loca. plant, drove down from Denver this week in his new Flanderv car, pur chased from the Lamar Hardware Co. John Simpson also purchased a car and iuu«lw the run with Mr. .vewmiD. The Harbinger, the annaul put lication of the Junior class of the nigh school, is now on sale. It w*» printed by the Sparks office ano is a highly creditable production, ootn typograpnicaiiy and edltoria. ly. Ibe young people are to be greatly congratuaited on their suc cess. The Central Hotel changed hand* this week, Mrs. S. H. Pike selling to Mr. Hal Kerr, who is now in charge Mr. Kerr is well known and popu lar with the public in Lamar and will continue to enjoy the liberal patronage for which the hotel has ueen noted. The purchase price was f 12,000. Fred Rosacrans has Jeased the business room recently occupied b> u.d Person and is putting in a com piete line of plumbing supplies am repairs. He will be prepared t< contract for any Job big or srnal in his line, and as he is a gooi workman and well equipped forth business he will enjoy a fine bus! ness In his new location. E. K. Curran returned last Tues- I ( day from an extended visit on the ! Cimarron. Mr. and Mrs. John Mace return ed this week from a month’s visit in Missouri and lowa. Alias Margie Denning, who has been visiting her uncle, Paul Den- ' ning, the past winter, returned to*- her home in Leoti, Kansas, this i week. 57V. and Mrs. C.A. Rawls enter tained a very delightful dinner part at the Ben-Mar on Thursday even ing. Covers were laid for eight, aucf the latter part ol tne evening was spent in playing ’’Five Hund red.'’ A. E. Seymour, district manager for the Knight-Campbell Music Co., of Denver, was here this week and rented the room formerly occupied by the Davis Drug Co. on north Main street. He expects to be here about next Friday with over twenty instruments and will send down a fine Vlctrola with fine records and give a grand free concert. The crop outlook for beets,and ill other crops, never looked bet ter, not only in this section but i: whole vaCey. The last rain averaging an inch and a halt over ,ne entire valley assured the farm ers of the biggt'st year of the his .ory of the valley is the general oncensuK of opinions of tnose who lave expressed themselves. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Goodale, of tie no. Miss Lva Uoodale, of Se ittle, and Mr. H. J. Goodale, ol Helena, are visiting this week wltl •.heir parents, Hon. and Mrs. C. C. .loodale. Tonight is the fortieth inniveraary of the wedding of Mr and Mrs. Gooaale and all the fam ily are at home for the occaaion. Hon. A. E. Bent is planning tl erection of a handsome block o •usiness houses on Olive street Jm east of the Ben-Mar hotel. Ther< will be four store rooms on the lower floor fitted up with all mod >rn conveniences in the shape o light and heat, and the second floo will be connected across the alle; with the Ben-Mar and used as an annex to that hotel. WANTED—A girl for housework. Mrs. D. E. Cooper, 400 Third St. Phone Prowers 60. C W. RUSSELL. M D . Successor to Dr Packard 206 South Mai* Street Office Hrs.—-10 to 12. S to 4. 7 to S ftargery a Specialty DR. K. E. BARTELT Physician and Surgeon OAee over New York etore, or inquire et XoLmm Bn*.' drug etore. DR. LE ROY OULLICK, Physician and Sergeen, (Ms. Interne Md. General Heepltal.) Baltimore. Ml Reem • Land Offlee Building Tel. Lamar 4*. B. a MBNKINg. COMMISSION BROKER wriu MU Dry Unrated UMd*gg»> lUsahM end en elude mi Uw Ssd Sheep a Specialty LMt Yrar Stuff wMh Me Fhene Prewrara ISS W. A. MERRILL. P. A M SAMTY »«T-T- * M'OAXTT ittorMji S OanaiaUsra at Law. ita i mmt < a ,«*«r*l frmetict k aB (Ml ■*«- m la all Ik* Mk. QRANBT HILLYER •ttoroay and Counsalor at Law Ll«ll, COLOMADO. OtOe* la riist Natloaal Bask Blk. C |C GOODALE Attorney and Coonaalor at Law Offloa in Ooodal. Ueak LAMAR 0 LORA DO J. K. DOUGHTY, Attorney and ConnaaloratLaw, Linn, OoLoanno. onto. In Bant Blk.. Kant Main Bt WELLINGTON E. FEE JL.ttor2s.e3r et Law Lamar, Colorado. F. E. IRWIN Ctrll Engineer and Surveyor Ofßoeover 107 south Main Lamar, Colo. DP. C. B. WALKER VETERINARY SURGEON Offlee Phone. Lamar 82 Residence Phone, Lamar 127 To Inspect the Greatest Line of New Furniture ever shown in this city We are Much Gratified To note the growing demini for both furniture and carpets of the higher class es ana are glad to announce that this end of the business has not been neglected. Oar stock of finer goods has keen greatly broadened and strengthened by the receipt of a car of goods of the best grade which will tally equip as to take care of the most exacting high-class trade. This Has Not Been Done, However At the expense of the medium and staple lines, and constant surprises are in store for the people who have house furnishings to bay, bat feel it necessary to prac tice economy. Special Lines We Carry Caloric Cookstoves, Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Leggett and Plait Springs, Monobat Mattresses, Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators. Together with—"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME”—lncluding Ruga, Dishes, Queensware, Graniteware, Stoves, Mattings, and Linoleum Call Bt the store end aee these things CHURCH AND O’NEIL W *■ tf 206 South Main St. - - Lamar, Colorado Notice of Redemption OF SCHOOL ORDERS Office of County Treeeurer. Prow ere County, Colo. May 18. 1910. Notice le hereby given that I will redeem at my office In Lamar, Prow *tw County, Colorado, aB School Ort re aumberod ae folio we: Amount of No. Oato of issue Warrant School Dlat. No. 11, Oonaral- UH Mar. 3. 190* .149 Mar. 30. I*o* 80 00 302 May 22. I*o* 80 00 Kept. 1. I*o9 16 80 Ibl Apr. 27. 1909 80 00 3.u» OcL 26. 190* 75 00 360 Dec. 18. 1909 66 00 36< Feb. 17. 1910 65 00 3<u Apr. 14, 1910 65 00 Interest will cease on above nam -d school orders and bond after June 18, 1910. J. T. ADKINS. County Treasurer. Notice of Redemption of School Orders. Office of County Treaanrer, ) Pro wore County, Colo. f April 27. 1910 Notion is hereby given that I will i adeem at my office in Prowers county,all schoo. orders numbered as follows: Amount of No. Dato of lout Ordor School Diat. No. 8, General. 383, May 22, 1908 65 00 382, May 22. 1908 65 00 393, Sept. 25. 1908.... 65 00 394, Sept. 25. 1908 60 00 391, Sept 25, 1908 75 00 390, Sept. 25, 1908 60 00 393, Oct. 23. 1908 60 00 401, Nov. 6, 1908 60 00 399, Oct. 23. 1908 76 00 400, Oct. 23. 1908 60 00 407, Nov. 20, 1908 60 00 408, Nov. 20, 1908 60 00 409, Nov. 20. 1908 76 00 410, Nov. 20, 1908 60 00 414. Dec. 18. 1908 60 00 Inter set will cease on above named school orderaafter May 27. 1910. j J. T. ADKINS. County Treasurer. LAND FOR SALE. Two Tracts Under the Clilvlngtort Canal. One tract, 46 acres, the north west part and the other tract, 180 acres, in the northeast part of Sec tion 16, Township 22, Range 44, Prowers county, Colorado. About three miles west of Bristol and one mile north of therallroad. Easy payments on one half the purchase price. Write for full particulars. Address Box 631, Chanute, Kan. 1. H. Myers wants a few go conservative loans at 7 per c*. interest plus a small commission Farm or city property. See me you are paying a higher rate of lu te rest. HENRY F. FREED TEACHER OF MUSIC PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING. RE PAIRING. REFINISHING 102 N 9th St. L.AMAR - COLORADO. Putting oft Wall Paper that is antiquated is a waste of money wnfen you can get hew and hand some designs for the same price. Don’t decide on a pattern until you have seen our display. You know styles change frequently. Our stock Is up-to-date, and in case you don’t find Just what you want we will be pleased to order it for you. tsy this means you nave the entire stock of the factories to se lect from. Lamar Wall PapsrS Paint Co 6. Ea CURRAN, Mmwgar. How Much Do You Waste? ' 'h® differ®®®® bctwen tnsvollaM I mpenm ul tbm <M at • WHAT’S THE USE? The Colorado Telephone Co. Custer No. 3311 Custer No. 3311 is a rich light chestnut In color, will whit® hlud feet and star; he stands 15 3-4 hands high and weighs shoot IlfO pounds; was foaled In 1906; he has great style, action and haaatjr. with good conformation and plenty of substance. He U a thorough sad dle* horse, going the five saddle gaits with ease, action, grao® and fa cility. He traces through a long line of Ulustrous ancestors, carvyfag in his reins the blood of Rex Denmark 8 40. Black Squlrr®l ft, Ken tucky Prince, Jeff Darls, Forrest Squirrel 801, Fancy 844, Psasock 498, Sample Cadmus, Squrrel Denmark 1358, Lucille P«acoek ITfC, Cadmus Chief 1097, Peacock Chief 1585 and Modal Sqilml t#ft. This hors® Is the pr jgsrtj of j f J B. C. ROBERTSON, and will be kept at 'V i *'7T* McLean’s Livery Bam Tabulated pedigree can be seen by asking. W— $l5 to insure mare in foal. If mar® la traded «r re moved from th® county fee becomes due and payable at eaoa. Baa car® will b® taken to prevent accidents, but will hot ha luagUMlbl® should nay occur.