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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
J-. XC. DOUOHTY, City Editor. Atostraots. The only set of Numeri cal Abstracts of the Rec ords of Prowers county. Abstracts to Farm and City Property furnished tn shortest notice. Terms Reasonable. Address PROWERS CO. ABSTRACT Co. Lamar. Colo. Notice. Notice is hereby give® that there will be a meeting ot the Lamar Re pablican League at the office of C. C. Goodale in Lamar on Saturday, July 2, 1898, at 2 p. m., all member* of the league are requested to be present. C. C-Goodau, President. Fruits and vegetables in season at Pike’s. lira. D. C. Marker went to Pueblo this a. m. to join her husband. Assessor Geo. Kramer was over from Las Animas today on business. Secure seats at once at the P. Qj drug store for “The Fireman's Waril# Remember H addles ton has Deet ing twine in stock at the right prices. James Rhodes was transacting bus inees ia the land office the first of week. Dou’t miss the new ads of J. M/ Johnston and N. N. McLean in th/s issue. I F. E. Irwin sold his stock of goods to Mrs. Stella M. Irwin this morning. Pike has Schilling's Best coffee put up in special packages for bis own trade. M. J. McMiilin was np from Carl ton last Saturday attending to buai □ess affairs. Dx. L S. Bryant, the La Junta dentist, made his regular visit here the past week. Hats, all styles and a full line of gents furnishing goods, Pike has plenty of them. Glasses scientifically adjusted to the eye by Dr. Fewkee. No charge for examination. Geo. R. Wilson drove over to Sher idan Lake and Chivington yesterday, to buy fat sheep. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris/ of Granada, were visiting friendAin Lamar yesterday. x. E. T. Lee, the jolly drummer, spent several days with his family in Lamar this week. D. O. Marker went to Pueblo last week to try a course of treatment at the mineral baths. Over 30 Crescent bicycles in Lamar and never one returned to the factory for any reason. How’s that ? Ladies: You should see the ele gant new line of ladies’ fine shoes just received by N. N. McLean. Inspector Burke, having checked np the U. S. land office here and foand it OK, left for Pueblo Sunday morning. N. N. McLean is enlarging his store and adding a finer and better class of goods. His trade is increas ing each month. If you have anything yon want rey paired take it to Dave Downer's pair shop. Prices reasonable and all work guaranteed. Farmers who have 'wheat to <mi are reqnested to call and examine* the new improved all steel Dee ring Binder at H nddleston’s. C. C. Goodale and C. Frost Liggett drove across to Sheridan Lake on Sunday to attend court. They re turned on Tuesday morning. Miss Edith E. Wilson, who tanght the eighth grade of the Lamar school last year and was reappointed for the coming term, has been appointed as a teacher in the North Denver schools. ★ Five Points why you should buy Clothing. Shoes and Furnishing Hoods of J. M. JOHNSTON. J3T The only Exclusive Clothing Store in Town. X3F" The largest Stock of Clothing in Eastern Colorado. More Styles and Patterns to select from. Better Values given for the money, better Fit and better Workmanship J-JF* In handling One Line exclusively and giving it my entire time and attention I am better prepared to show you just what you want and at a lees price than to be had in mixed stocks. Douglas Henderson returned last! week from an extended business trip j to points in New Mexico and An j zona. Fine laundry at popnlar prices; quick delivery done by Lamar Steam Lanndry. Leave bandies at Friend’* grocery. Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Reynolds, of Holly, were in Lamar last Saturday and Sunday visiting a number of their friends. Mrs. W. J. Johnston and children returned this week from a visit of several weeks with relatives in King man, Kansas. r The Lamar volunteers are drilling regularly now, and between times watch the papers to see if another call is to be made. Next Sunday is reported to be wedding day for Lamar. This may cause some inconvenience for the Anti-Racket society. A number of the Lamar boys wbo went to La Juuta to work oo the big break in the Ft. Lyoo canal returned home the first of the week. Miss Annie O’Donnell came home list Saturday from La Junta, where she had just completed the coarse of the Commercial College and grad naiad. See the card of Mrs. Mae Black well, the stenographer, in this issue She is an expert at the business, and if you want work in her line yon should call oo her. W. C. Gould and son, Ray, left this morning for the Pacific coast. Mr. Gould will spend a month or more in visiting relatives in Califor nia and resting op. Mrs. C. H. Frybarger, of Carlton, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Fanny Leggett, from Ohio, wbo is oat here on a visit, was shopping in'! Lamar last Saturday. ft S "Fred Kelsey held an important interview with County Clerk r aulft ner today, and with the aid of ftib necessary coin of the realm succee«\ ed in securing a license. \ Judge Jesse G. Northcutt came down from Las Animas, where he had been bolding court, last Satur day to join the Lamar crqwd who at tended the lawn party at Holly. The weather of the week seems to have been specially prepared to give oar soldier boys a taste of what is in store for them if they go either to Cuba or the Philippines. Presiding Elder Rader, Rev. T. 8. Leland. of Las Animas, and Rev. J. C. Alderoon, of Granada, were in La mar last Thursday enroute to Baca county to hold a series of meetings. L. Wirt Markham returned this morning from a short visit with rel atives in Baldwin, Kansas. His mother, Mrs. S. W. Markham, came with him and will visit with his family some time. ' Work has progressed on the new hotel this week until the frames for the second story windows and doors are now in place, and the building is begining to be an imposing sight in w our little city. Gob Rapier received a new' actor from La Junta by express yesterday, and will give him a trial in the play Friday night. He is rather quiet and subdued for an actor, in fact he is a rather a “dummy.” Sheriff McKenzie went to Holly yesterday to investigate a larceny > case reported from there. He made i an arrest, and Deputy District At ■ torney Merrill was called down to day to look after the matter. Dad Keesee attended court in Lm | Anirua» ia»i to settle Up *ome matters ia connection with the Prow , era estate. Am dry ami dusty as it is now it seems amusing that the most coo spicooos sound to be beard is the cry of “more mud,” but there is eo much brick and stone work going on that it is constantly heard. B. B Brown came down from Bo ehlo to take iu the lawn party at Hotly. He is now managing the af fairs of the First National Hank, and will speod most of bis time here dor mg the absence of Cashier W. C. Goold Crash suits, linen suits and dock suits for men at $4-50. Extra pant* at $1.50. Two piece crash suits for hoys, from 4 to 14 years. 91.50. JuiU the thing for hot weather. To be found only it J M Johutsoo’s cloth iog store. Si. John's Lodge No. 75 A. F. and A. M. will confer the first degree on L. J. Edmunds of Lamar lodge. Mr Edmunds baring been removed fiocn Lamar to this place before be con Id reeeiee the degree at Lamar.—Rocky Ford Republican. District Attorney R. R. Rose came down on No. 8 laat Saturday and helped swell the big Lamar crowd at the lawn patty- On bis return be stopped off a day in lamar to look after some legal matters in eon nee lion with his office. The rapidity with which the work is going forward on the Boyd build ing gives promise of its early com plstioo. It will add much to the appearance of the east side of Main street. Work will shortly be com menoed on several other buildings on that side of the street. \ our readers are grumbling be j cause the Register has not had its usual amount of news the fast two or three weeks, they can expect it to be filled up once more now. Judge Doughty is expected home tonight, and be will bring with him a bran new supply of the latest Jokes se cored exclusively for the Register, as thaDenver papers would say. On Friday evening, July Ist, lo cal talent under the direction of Gus Rapier will give “The Fireman’s Ward” at the GoHaiay opera house The proceeds will be for the benefit of the fire department building fund. It is a good play and a good cause, so there should be a large crowd out to greet the players. Admission will be 15c, 25c and 35c. Reserved seats now on sale At the P. O. drug store. Dm>—This morning, after a short illness, Mrs. Ida Cole bourn, wife of Harry Colebourn. Mrs. Colebouru I had been sick several days but her condition was never regarded as se rious until late yesterday evening, when she began to sink rapidly and in spite of th« greatest efforts to save her, she died at 3 o’clock this morn ing. Her sodden death was a severe shock to her husband and relatives who are left to mourn her loss, and they will have the heartfelt sympathy of many friends in this hour of great est affliction. The funeral services will be held tomorrow. For Sal<». Eight hear] Shorthorn Bolls. Prices from S4O to SIOO each. &L J. McMILLIN, Carlt Colo. FOR SALE—A bunch of young horses with several brood mares. Also a good stock ranch. For full par ticulars address Lock Box 26, Lamar, Colo. Notice. All committees on the Fourth of July celebraticn are requested to meet at Hose House on Saturday pt ening, J uly 2nd. at 8 o'clock. Has iuess of ituporlance is to be trans acted. Another Break. The mont nerions break that has happened to the canal occur**! Sun day oveaiug. the HHh. at Horae creek Over one thousand feet of the canal wm literally wiped oat, n*ce*«it*iing the coo*traction of an eutire new section of ditch for that distance, above the old line In addition the ltank wan washed in place* for half a mile. Mr Wiley at once ordered an outfit working upon the reservoirs to proceed to the washout and within two day* there were eighty five team* at work repairing damage*. My re i*orte state that work bad *o far pro greened that water wa* turned in Moudav eveoing, and I have word that four feet wan turned in Tuesday morning. That being the caee oar people should have water again very soon. The damage to the canal is estimated at S9OOO, which is a very small matter a* against the loee of water to the storage company at this flood season of the year. R R Baowa. You *ee them everywhere-Crwa cents. Dangerous to be out now—eo many Crescent*. Just received a new invoice of shoes at Cruse’* Jewelry for your beet girl can be obtained at Pike'* See the decorated glassware on my counter. PIKE. THE GROCER Money to Loan -On Pianos, Or gans and anything of value A. E CRAWFORD. Clothing of all kinds and sires at J. M Johnston’s sold for cash oeJy and at tbs very lowest cash price* The latest thing in cooking ate* •ils, aluminum ware, at D. C Marker A Co** Come and examine them Hall Insurance. Von can inanre your wheat and other crop* agam«t loaa by hail, by calling oo J. h Trailer. Liver Com plaint* and Ntrvotuncw Cured. A ftnrpid Mm ai*u* praAom («I!b*m IrHuhUM;. »w. Vo« »r» all rk«r«d «p ao4 fr*l dMpiwdnil. ftrfcijw yam b««i tmixd ■IUi phfttrtoa* or trt*4 soaM r»rnanni»4 * mUtTm W«*li AU (feat la m »r(aa*al afilart “Dr Fran* r » h.<««3 aa4 U rwr lUtnaiy aa4 Nma Toak.' akicl am tuM will caw Mana—m ai>4 Um fcan plaJata If ao« aaUa«w4 aflrr h*ld< «m M- Ua yowx MMf w ill ba rafuaM by t. h mm PABY CLOAKS Ladies you should call and see the handsome line of Baby cloaks, embroidered cream cashmere and crepon. They are very pretty and very cheap. We secured a sample line and will give our patrons the benefit of our bargain by selling them at wholesale price. We also have a complete line of ladies’ summer dress skirts of pique, duck, crash, etc. Also a large assortment of ladies’ muslin underwear, gowns, draw ers, corset covers, chemise, shirts, etc., at prices that cannot be beat at any place. Call and see them. W. J. JOHNSTON, Leader in Dry Goods and Shoes. R*r«l Um Im4 pmr*. mi hks* BBSS? **^*_*^^» , o■<«« «*- ■ «C» ——. Call and *ee oar lino of Harncaa. C. C. HUDDLKBTON. Wo«ldo‘i Jim bt Mutman! toM»a n*» bicycle in iowa and find it «uc ; • CmcraU Call and mo Pike. Ho ha- rtapl* aod fancy grrcenee and can amt tea. Cheap for cash. Pike’s Peak Paint, jm»t the *toff. and a fall lino of paint brrmhc* j«t received at I. H. Myers’ dnig atom fVmia and aboee and rubber boots for irrigators, uanakMbM and aay thing you want in this line at Pika'a Garden boo# and garden took I-awn boaa and sprinkler*. The place |to g»4 them ta at I) C. Marker A Co’a Botlomley baa opened a new* stand |in millinery afore. If yon want toy periodical* or paper* gn« him a call A large invoice of the vert I*l*4 and beet sty lee of ahoee Hirictlt a? to date in every raapect. Pika kaa "LITTLE NELL" “Dm Firtmin's Ward" AT THE - Opera House For the benefit of the Kira men's Bedding Fund Friday, July Ist, A number of thrilling aeeoee will be to the play, and a nember of specialties will be introduced. 15c 25c 35c