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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
PC ULISUCD i.\BKV SATI Bp A 5 it Tho Lamur Wegtstor Company, StiwmrniM Bm»: Om 'fnr »I* Mouth* Tfcm Manila • W laAMAR, Colorado, Aroi <r 15,1H1WJ. Abstracts. The only set of Numeri cal Abstracts of the llec onls of Prowers county. Abstracts to Farm and City Property furnished an shortest notice. Terms Reasonable. A <ldress PROWERS CO. ABSTRACT Co. Lamar. Colo. LOCALS. Joe T. Lawless ba* been quite sick thin week. J. B* Traxler win* in Coolidge the find of the wwk. J. Scott Robertson vra* ap from ] Barton on Widfumdiy. Bring your ntehna to Kell, the watchmaker, for repain*. Grant Dickinmm. of Canon City, is a Lunmr visitor to day. Jamc* Davi*» of Coolidge, was n Lamar visitor on Tuesday. New stock of qpMtwcle* jnst re c*>ivwl at Haifa jewelry store. Operator Emerson is visiting his old borne in Kansas this week. \V\ 11. Chaplin. of Gntnada, wn* transacting bmioan in Lamar today. Miss Nora Gresunba, of Denver, has been visit friends in Lamar this j week. Mrs. II C. Harris left the first of the week for a visit with relatives in the east. Mm. J. J. Johnston, of Kingman. Kansas, is visiting friends in Lamar this week. Mi*a Nellie Amos left last Satur day for a month’s visit with her brother in Sedalia, Colorado. Nelson Taylor has purchased a threshing outfit. and will make the season’s campaign among the fitr nfers. K. E Lent berm an has had his threshing outfit repaired, and will soon commence work on the big grain crop of Prowers county. The V. P. S. C. K. gave an ice cream social at the Methodist church last night. It was a very enjoyable nflair, as all their socials are. Thieves stole several horses from ('lark Walker's barn at Granada Sat urday night, and drove them south. Sheriff McKenzie has l>een on their trail all week. John Garvin let dO acres of old al falfa go to seed for trial. It was threshed this week and yielded over) 250 bushels. This promises to be a 1 good year for seed. Sheriff McKenzie made n trip to Colorado Springs Sunday and re- I turned with A. L. Hamilton, who was j formerly principal of the school here. |He was arrested for selling mort . gag«-d property, but liis brother S. ; F- Hamilton came down from Fort j Collin* yesterday and paid the debts, ; which threatened to deprive him of I his liberty. A. Kern has started a Merchant Tailor shop in the (doodah) building. Mr. Kern come* highly recommend | *d and will undoubtedly make a smc | cosh. If you want a first-class suit |at any price from SIS. 00 to SIO.OO I call ou him. Mr. Kern has ‘2O yearn | exerience as a tailor and cutter. He I also solicits your repair work, and \ I guarantee* satisfaction both with his • work and prices. Tho Free Silver Club. i The free and unlimited coinage of I | •‘ilver at the ratio of 10 to 1 or bust | ; club met at the court house last Sat- j , urday. As the attendance was not | I very large Cleveland’s Prowers conn Ity emissaries hail the meeting very -nccessfully parked. The principal »|>e«clnw were made j jby C. It. JThoruau, C. H. Frybarger j and (2. A. Watson, state-men who in chasing after office have courted I *dl the known jwirties and a number j that are unknown. Shorter talks j were made by several lesser states- j | men, an<i altogether the question of ! "how to obtain the free and unlimit*-! I coinage of silver and the free and un- I limited distribution of same to the ; members,’* was the panne of a free ! aud unlimited overflow of gas. Mr. Watson, who poses in neigh- ; | l>oring counties as an eloqueut silver ! Orator, had n prop»ition to submit | which he said was sure to promote « 'the free and unlimited coinage of sil- ! ver at the ratio of 1(1 to 1, and inci dentally it would make him tho next representative from this district. He was immediately squelched and in formed that the pie all belonged to I the democrats this year. I Several members made attempts to organize tbe silver party inthiscouu jty but the Clevelauditc* were mas ters of the situation and prevented any plans with this end in view being ! adopted. It was rumored on the streets early : in tho day that the Kotbchilds were in town and would make a desperate at- i [ tempt to control the meeting, bat i nothing happened to disturb the grip iof the Cleveland emissaries. May Valley. Roasting ears and melons are plen tiful. The sick of this vicinity are im- i proving. A good rain fell in this vicinity Thursday evening. The social Wednesday evening was a success and the amount of money raised was very satisfactory'. That vague term 10 to l that is juggled with by some few is only* in tended to show their familiarity with the subject. Miss Minnie Billingslea teaches the next term at the Harper, W. R. Waldo at the May Valley, L. A. I Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ISIS ABSOLUTELY PURE Heaven the Hopewell, Miss Knte Well® the Clover Meadows. School work will he well in the front in these districts. Flem Hover is superintending the building of the boat house and other! improvements made at the Kins; by the Lamar Fishing Club. Several members have been out during the! time and spent several days fishing, ' with a trout line and jug?' as floaters, : the most available thing al>oat. Hover: -ays the only thing to mar the pleas are is that after listening to the i weird and blood curdling stories! told by bitnself before retiring at night, B. B. Brown and A_ J. HotteJ ! can’t overcome that nervous or “tired ; ; feeling** even with sleep. Fine catches' an* made by them daily. Jay. | New Store. New Stock. The Palace drug store is again j ready for business with a new and j j complete lino of pure drugs, patent ! i medicine*, sundries, Ixxiks, station j err, brashes, combs, lnm|>s and sup j plies, violin, gnitar nnd banjo strings. parses, pocketbooks and curd coses, ; -poctaclos, etc., at prices to suit the ; times. N. X. McLr.AX, Cor. sor.th of Ist Xat'l Bunk. For Sal© or Trad©. 1 six ft. cat Buckeye Mower. 1 Buckeye Binder. 1 Dewing Self Hake. 1 Hay Hake. 1 set of Harness. •* Farm Wagons. S bead work Horses. Will sell on time, or trade for cat- 1 j tie or hogs. C. C. HUDDLESTON. P*OB SALE Foil blooded Here bull, lliree yen re old. C. C. UOODALK. DON’T BUY A MOWER -TILL YOU HAVE SEEN -111 BEIII HEAL, Ball Bearing, the Lightest Running Mower Made. WE ALSO HANDLE THE DAIN STACKER AND RAKE, And the Lightning All Steel Hay Press. HUDDLESTON * PIKE. TD. EL COOPER Land Attorney, Real Estate, Loan ($& Insurance Agent. I W . Frank Crowley, of Itocky Ford, is in Lamar this week. Ho has se en rod the agency in Prowers county for the Standard Kitchen Cabinet, 1 the latest improvement for lessening i household labor. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. NOTH »- hereby irren that the partnership inxAj iiuUwmg between W. (i. Boyd and J. Q. wqrdi »>f ttw Um u of Lamar, county of Prowers. ami State of Colorado, umlt-r the firm iianw <>f Boyd Bros.. wo dissolved on the Slat •tuy of July. A. D. I MW, by juutiml convent. Notice »* further tfivun that the sail! J. ft. Boyd will pay all deaf* owing by Mid partner ship* and will receive payment of all debts owttM* to Mud partnership. ami I?* authorized to settle nil account* of whatever kind nr charac ter. *>f said partnership, am) that he will con tinue btuinw* at the old stand in hlMiannaint. Notice »* further klvcu that all persons in tlrbtni to the aaiil tirm of B«)<| liror. ar>> r<- <1 nested to call ami settle same. All persons having claims airainst said Ann will present them to J. (i. Ho) d. lia.nl this 3l»t da} of July. A. D. IMT». Vi. <». BOYD, J. CJ. IJO YD. MARY E. COODALE, Stenographer and Typewriter, Second Fluor of Guodalp liuililinir. i Dictation taken direct to the machine or in abort-hand. Copying a apecialty. M. STRAIN HAS FOR SALE 1 good team and harness. 1 thresh in*; machine. 1 second hand “Aermoter** wind mill. 8 new -Oem” wind mills. All kinds of millet and cane seed. This ia the month to sow millet and cane. I nlao hare a mare and colt and young home to trade for a young cow and calf. Will sell on time, or exchange for cattle, hog* or grain. MONEY TO LOAN. School Warrants bought on any District in Prowers Coun ty. Will buy young Cattle. A. E. CRAWFORD.