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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, September 02, 1914, Image 5

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The only set of Ramerical
Abstract* oj the Records of
Prowers County. Abstracts
to Farm and City Property
furnished on shortest notice.
Also owners of Hold win.
Jay (t Co's., Abstracts of
Prowers County Records
previous to the fire of 1888.
Terms reasonable.
Plenty of CnMo Money for
*eod Perm and City Loan*.
«/afi and 000 mo. *
John Y. Brown left today for Pueblo
on business matters.
G. A. Watson made a business trip
to Pueblo this week.
P. M. Wilson of Hartman was here
cm business yesterday.
Harry Lynch returned home this
week after an extended absence.
E. H. Knowles returned today from
a short visit to the city of Denver.
Raymond Lee felt Sunday for Fort
Collins to attend the agricultural col
Mrs. L. F. Adams left this week for
a visit with relatives at Colorado
H. V. Decker, the Bristol real es
tate dealer, was in Lamar the first of
the week.
Miss Cora Conwell went to Colo
rado Springs this week for a visit
with friends.
The Lamar band went to Rocky
Ford today being engaged for the big
day at the fair.
Mrs. Fannie Walker of Granada
was in Lamar on business several
'days this week.
Sam Wright, who has been visiting
here several weeks, returned to Cali
fornia yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Sayler left
yesterday for Rocky Ford to visit
friends for several days.
Mrs. Jane Dickinson is home again
after spending several weeks with
friends in Colorado Springs.
S. M. Konkel, brother Sam of the
fierce Baca county newspaper feud,
was a Lamar visitor this week.
Miss Ruby Johnston left the first
of the week for Chicago to enter an
art institute for the coming year.
B. T. Beachel and J. L. Mayfield
were up from Granada this week but
assured us they didn't have to come.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Boring from
Boulder are in Lamar visiting with
their son, L. J. Boring, and family
Miss Ruth McMillin from Richmond,
Missouri, is in Lamar this week visit
ing her uncle, Perry McMillin, and
Will Leigh and Floyd Ball, who
have been in the Yellowstone Park
this summer, returned home this
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Imel left the
first of the week for their new home
in La Junta where Mr. Imel will go
into business.
F. J. M’Carty was in Walsenburg on
Tuesday. The final hearing to set
the strikers’ cases has been set for
September 17.
' Guy B. Huntington of Long Beach,
California, has been her this week
looking after his property interests in
Prowers county.
Miss Alice Barnard left this week
for Fort Collins where she will be a
member of the senior class in the ag
riculture college.
Mrs. Paul Denning and son, Billy,
returned from Denver this week. They
had been visiting Mrs. Denning’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ford.
Jerry Tuttle, emergency typograph
ical artist for the Sparks and News,
has been taking a lay off this week
and visiting friends in Rocky Ford.
The Women's Bible class of the
Baptist church v/ill have a sale of ap
rons, caps, and cakes at Church &
Adams' store Saturday, September
Hon. N. N. McLean has been visit
ing various points in the valley this
week in the interest of his candidacy.
He is meeting with much encourage
Mrs. T. J. Sayler visited her son,
Dr. J. V. Sayler, at Two Buttes the
first of the week. He is recovering
gradually from his injuries recently
The ballots for the primary election
have been printed by the Register and
Sparks offices this week and the large
amount of work has delayed both
papers greatly.
Chas. L. Doughty, Jr., returned to
Boulder where he expects to be quite
busy the coming winter as a senior in
the law school and manager of a
fraternity house combined.
L. Wirt Markham returned last
Sunday from Alamosa and insists that
there were still 250 undevoured trout
when he left. If anyone but Wirt
had told this it would be unbelievable.
The county commissioners are in
session this week as a board of equal
ization examining the schedules. They
will meet again later to hear com
plaints from those who feel like kick
John J. Hagaman has sold his gro
cery store at Granada, and he and his
family will return to Lamar. He is
still a member of the firm of Haga
man Bros., and will be found at their
grocery again.
There was a large attendance at
the regular convocation of Orient
Chapter R. A. M. Wednesday evening.
The Mark Master and Past Master
degrees were conferred on J. - S. Mc-
Clung and A. Friedman.
A special communication of La-
Lodge No. 00 A. F. A A. M. was held
last Saturday evening to confer the
first degree on Roy G. Holbert, who
expects to leave this week for Boul
der to attend the University.
Grant Dickinson, former resident of
Granada, and well known here, was in
Lamar last Friday and leased the
Earl farm west of Lamar for the next
year. Mr. Dickinson is now Wells-
Fargo agent at Canon City and ex
pects his son to manage the farm.
Francisco Malabanan, a native of
the Philippines, who has been in the
United States several years is in La
mar and expects to remain for some
time. He was a member of Capt.
Pyle's company of scouts and came
here expecting to see the Captain.
W. F. Freeman of the Santa Fe,
who used to be the good angel for all
weary travelers of this section, was
here interviewing the board of equal
ization this week. It is always a plea
sure to meet Billy but it is sad to be
reminded of the days that have been.
Wholesale Arrests
Sheriff John A. Simpson and Un
dersheriff I. C. Downing have been
busy in the east end of the county
this week arresting a number of men
YOU KNOW that we have the largest and most complete line of
in Lamar or Prowers County
And Say! The Little Tots receive the same careful prompt atten
tion at our store as the grown folks.
Druggist N. N. McLEAN Jeweler
Tha JOld Reliable
charged with larceny of live stock,
both horses and cattle. Had it not
been for the rapid appearance of
bondsmen the jail would have been
overflowing. The cases if proven take
on an added interest because some of
the purloiners of live stock had the
j temerity to sell their loot to the sher
iff himself. The first question asked
of any man from that section when he
' comes to Lamar now is “what have
, they got you for.”
More Holsteins
Another large addition to the Prow
ers county stock of holsteins was
made this week when Hayes Williams
arrived with 110 fine heifers from
Highlands, Illinois. There have been a
series of heavy rains there to break
the drouth the past week, and it is
probable that good stock will be hard
er to buy from now on. Lamar is
rapidly becoming one of the great
holstein centers and will soon have a
supply second to none. The guaran
tee pledged the Helvetia company is
now in the country, but of course only
a small part as yet are milkers.
Methodists Celebrate
There will be a special program and
celebration at the Methodist church
next Sunday evening when the last
evidences of the debt incurred to
build the fine new church will be
burnt. The congregation is to be con
gratulated on this happy result and it
is no wonder they feel like celebrat
ing. One of the features of the pro
gram will be the reading of the first
church subscription ever raised in La
mar being for the building of the old
church. This paper has been lost for
some time but was found recently by
L. Wirt Markham.
Ready for Winter Storage
W. S. Sidlow came down from the
dredge camp at Cheraw this week to
spend a couple of days with Lamar
friends. He reports fine progress on
the Fort Lyon inlet canal, and says
it looks as if Adobe reservoir would
be ready to receive water by the mid
dle of December, which will be ample
time for winter storage. They are
now working at station 2040, leaving
335 stations to be excavated before
the dredge reaches Adobe mpervoir.
The last nine months they have aver
aged 90 stations per month, so the
estimate seems most probable. This
equals 1.7 miles per month. Since the
first of last November 930,000 cubic
yards have been excavated, and the
amount yet to be excavated amounts
to 320,000 cubic yards. The width of
the canal on top is 65 feet after pass
ing the intake of the Horse Creek
reservoir. This fine progress will be
good news to our farmers as it in
sures a heavy supply of water storage
and more certain supply than even
the great Fort Lyon has been able to
give before. Engineer Powell is high
ly pleased with rapid progress being
Stock Cattle For Sale
60 head 2 and 3 year old Shorthorn
Heifers. 20 head 1 and 3 year old
Shorthorn Steers. All strictly choice
and good milk stock. Will sell all or
part. Don’t write. Come and sec
them before Sept. 10th. R. W. Eid
ridge & Sons, 15 miles southwest of
Republican Choice for United States Senator
can and I '
Always a Republican and
of Protective
principles for Colorado and ■■ W
her idustries and the devel
of her
He believes in government
aid for good roads.
A professional man, NOT ? V
a professional politician. iHi k
A business
man, who adopts business
methods, not theories or j^H||||||||
dreams, and the only man
who defeat the demo- 9|
crati-* i adidatf. Hi- believes * r]
in pi...-polity of th«- whole
state, not one of its cities
Vote for him on the Republican Ticket at the Priniar
iea next Tueaday
J. H. WII LIAM?. Pro. L. J. IiORING. Ca«lm-r
CHAS. MAXWELL. Vico Pre«. J. D. SPOONER, AW. Cnnhicr
Citizens State Bank
Capital Stock - $35,000
Surplus ... $15,000
We invite you to transact your buainfcM with this bank, and endeav.tr to give prompt •*« vice
by personal and courteous treatment to our customers.
Directors—J. M. Williams. Charles Maxwell. Ore. A. Even*lt LJ. Borin*. I L Maswtil
Political Announcement
Orville J. Griaier, Pd. M., wishes
to announce himself a candidate for
the democratic nomination for Super
intendent of Schools, subject to the
will of the democratic voters.
Mr. Farmer and Rancher:
I have opened a cash Grocery at
206 Main street, Lamar, and I ask you
to let ine figure on any bill of grocer
ies you are going to send to the mail
order houses in the east. I will fill
your order for the same price it will
cost you from the cast. Bring in your
bill and let me show you the gro
ceries. You get the goods same day
ordered. Come in and get acquaint
FOR SALE—9 choice lots on 9th
and 10th streets, between Olive and
Oak streets, at prices from $125 to
$2OO on 3 per cent monthly payments
or 10 per cent quarterly if desired.
Also the B. F. Cooper residence cor
ner 9th and Olive streets. E. E. Pike
Liggett & Cole.
Best Tire Repair
work in the City
We also do general
Automobile repairing and

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