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Charles Smith, one of the com. merclal students, went to Brandon to fill a vacancy in the state bank for a week. A letter from him states that he will remain a few days longer than he had expect ed. Charles lacks two months of having completed the commercial course. It Is a credit to the school that he Is able to hold down a position at this time. The annual high school oratori cal contest will be held at the high school auditorium April 17 at 8 p. m. This contest la for the pur pose of choosing a representative to the S. C. and N. M. League con test and to the state contest to be held in Boulder May 18. The local contest will he good, come out and hear it. The admission wtill be 26 cents. The Lincoln school has purchas ed nearly S6O worth of play ground apparatus during the past week. The apparatus consists of a slide, set of teeter boards, two swings, turning pole and sand box es. The children are making good use of the apparatus. Fifty-three children were seen lined up at one time last week to await their turn In using the slide. 1 On Friday night of this week a program wLll be given in the high school auditorium showing some of the musical and number work of the public schools. The program follows: Orchestra Opening Chorus by fifth, sixth, sev enth and eighth grades A—There Are Many Flags in Maoy Lands B—Spring Song Room One, Central building A—Bobolink B—Reeding C—Elf man Room Onp, Lincoln building A}—Soldier Song B—Postman O—Story Room Two, Central building A—Daisy Song B—Solo, “Baby Dear" G—Sword and a Gun Rapid Addition—Grades 3, 4 and 6 Room Three, Central building A- Indian Song B—Japanese Song C—Soldier Song Rythm Work Room Three, Lincoln building A—Night Caps B—Swing Song C—Sweet Peas Rapid Addition—Grades 6,7, and 8 Room Four, Central building A—The Raindrops B—Mayflower C—l've a Message D—Bright the Moon Is Shining/ B—Lullaby Room Four, Lincoln building A—Coo Boss B—Morning Glories C—Early Training Closing Chorus America The program will he free. School patrons are especially Invited to he present. Others are welcome. The high school will open the baseball season next Saturday af ternoon at 3 o’clock on the high school athletic field with a game with the champion team of Hamil ton county. Kansas. Captain Heav en* Is getting results In working out a fast team this spring and the game will be a good one. Ad mission will be twenty-five cents. It is hoped that the boys will have a good attendance as the net proceeds will go into a fund for the purchase of base halls suits for the team. The second grade, Lincoln build ing, under the direction of Mrs. Utter, gave one of the beet pro grams last Friday night that has been given in the auditorium this year. In spite of the stormy night, the auditorium was well filled. The school exhibit at the post office this week is by the seventh grade, Lincoln building, Mrs. Al berti, teacher. Rush Creek Land FOR LEASE—2BOO acres of Rush Creek land, 11 miles north of Galatea; plenty water and outside range for 3,000 to 4,000 sheep or 600 to 1,000 cattle. House, barn, two windmills, one mile of running water and hay land. G. G. LEPPERT, Usds, Colorado. fife i mi m i ft m THE REXALL STORE Kansas City Convention Colorado will be represented at the good roads meeting to he held in Kansas City next week by R. H. Higgins, of Pueblo, president of the Colorado Good Roads associa tion. Other organizations in the state will also he represented. The Colorado Good Roads association has adopted the plan of having some representative* whenever pos sible, attend good roads meetings in neighboring states in order that Colorado roads may be brought to the attention of the road makers and travelers everywhere. It is in line with this policy that President Higgins of the state association will attend thxi Kansas City con vention. Notes From Lamar Register of TWENTY YEARS AGO April 16, 1802 The county commissioners had just surrounded the court house with the beautiful and well re membered high board fence which the Register said “ would woo a tan yard to silent raptures.” The city government organized by electing W. J. Johnston mayor pro tern; E. F. Seeberger, clerk; C. M. Lee, treasurer; Dr. Hasty, city physician; Judge Blodgett, attor ney; W. M. Cummings, engineer anc marshal; Geo. Himes, policy judge and The Sparks, city paper. The Prowers County Land and irrigation Co. was incorporated by A. E. Bent, D. L. Silver and M. Strain. They capitalized it for $600,000. Fortunes In Faces There’s often .much truth In the saying “her face is her for tune,” but it’s never said where pimples, skin eruptions, blotches or other blemishes disfigure it. Im pure blood is back of them all and, shows the need of Dr. King’s New Life Pills. They promote heaith and beauty. Try th e m. 25 cents at N. N. McLean's, the Old Reliable Druggist.> The correct treatment for burns, cuts scalds, wounds, sores, lumbago, rheumatism or nucralgia is Bal lard’s Snow Liniment. It is a healing, penetrating and antiseptic, which is everything that is need ed to effect a complete cure. Price 25c, 60c, and $1 per bottle. Sold | by N. N. McLean, the Old Reliable Druggist. A Log on the Track of the fast express means serious trouble ahead if not removed, so docs loss of appetite. It means the lock of vitality, loss of your strength and nerve weakness. If appetite fails, take Electric Bit ters quickly to overcome the cause by toning up the stomach and cur ing the indigestion. Michael Hess- 1 heimer of Lincoln, Neb., had been* sick over three years, hut six hot-' ties of Electric Bitters put him right on his feet again. They have helped, thousands. They give pure j blood, strong nerves, good digestion £?J y „ 6 !! c at N - N - McLean’s, the Old Reliable Druggist. YOU CAN’T LOSE US! 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If the wound is cleaneed aad the liniment applied promptly the healinir process begins at once and the wound heads from the inside outwardly, thus per forming a perfect cure that leaves no scar. If the wound heals on the outside too quick ly. pus forms under the sur face and breaks out Into a run ning sore that Is hard to cure and Inevitably leaves a bad scar. . Owners of blooded stock pre fer this liniment to all otners for that reason, and they use It not only on flne animals, but on human flesh, as it does its work quickly and thoroughly. Price SSe, BO© sad «LM* Jam—F.Bsilard,Prop, gt. Louis, Mo. Stephens Eye Salve Is s healing ointment for Sore Byes. n. n. Ms-lean Tbs Old Pi ngglst SPECIAL Every Day ie a Special Day with Us We always make a Special Effort to please our Customers BIG, NEW, BRIGHT LINE OF HIGH GRADE MERC HANDISE GEO. A. EVERETT Phono Lamar 84 Lamar, Hardware, Furniture, Tinware Harness, etc. We carry tli** largest k io onr line ev«r <*arn«*«i in eastern (’«►!* »ra«l<> ar can sell to yon hi luweHt price** «v*r known in •• \rkan*>a*> valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO.