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The Lamar Register.
8 Pages VOLUME XVII. W. J. JOHNSTON’S Fifteenth Annual Clearance Sale Commences Thursday, July 24, ALL SUMMER GOODS TO BE CLOSED OUT AT PRICES THAT WILL CLEAN UP SHOES! SHOES! SHIRT WHISTS! DRESS GOODS! 79 Pairs Ladies and Children s Shoes y All Ladies Shirt aists to be closed Summer Dress Goods will start with all styles and shapes that have been 50 c Shirt Waists 38c Lawn as low as 3 l-2c. As the prices m existence for J5 years 29c 75c 46c have all been cut it is impossible to 68 Pairs Ladies Shoes at 79c $1.00 “ 72c quote prices, as some pieces have only 110 “ “ $2.00 Shoes at $1.39 1 .50 u $1.10 a few yards and some enough for two 98 u “ $2 50 “ 179 L75 “ 1.30 patterns. Will sell anything in line of These two lots are all new and latest styles in lasts 2.00 2.39 Wash Goods at less than factory price 89 Pair School Shoes, all new, at 8 7c LAO , ES WRAPPERS A few Ladies Street Hats left. Will . A few pairs Children and Misses dose out at half price. Canvass Shoes at less than cost. All $2.00 Summer Wrappers $1.39 38 Pairs E.P.Reed $3 Shoes, $1.69 All 1.50 Summer Wrappers 1.08 A few remnants of Carpets running Not the latest toes All 1.25 Summer Wrappers 97c from 3 yds. to 16 yds. in a piece. To 45 Pairs Men's Shoes, sizes All LOO Summer Wrappers 72c clean up will sell at less than factory $3 & $3.50, to clean out at $1.49 All 75c Summer Wrappers 48c price. D. L. SILVER exclusive dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries keeps constantly on hand the best and finest of everything in the Grocery line. 1 wThTodx j : • | Leading Cash Store of Lamar j • We make you tha Lowest Prices, and Guarantee the J 5 Quality tube /he BEST. To start the day right yon want 8 • a Good Wholesome Breakfast from the Best of groceries • • — Mn d you don’t want to be held up for them. Como in J 8 and see W. H. Cox and get hi* prices. He will interest • 8 you in Low Prices and Good Goods, Frosh and New. • • Yours For Business, 8 : W. H. eox S | : • Bring ■■ your Butter and Eggs, • S They look like Gold Dollars to ua. • : s • East Side M»i Street, North of Rnilrond Track e eeooeeeeeeoeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeee o. E3. COOPER Land Attorney, Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agent omcuu- 3jr:BTxre:FJt*»**e or coxrasTTTr LAMAR, PROWERS COUNTY, COLORADO, WEDNESDAY. JULY 23, 1902. County Notes. I From the Holly Chioftaiu.) John Daocau and wife sailed from Scotland on tbe 12th, on their return trip.' They will be joined in Chicago by Mrs. L. F. Millinger who will re torn home with them. • • • We visited Lamar Saturday and found that town pushing forward as usual Some very substantial build ings are being erected among which is the three story stone hotel which is nearing completion. • • • Last Saturday evening ltoy Hobson and C. W. Jones royally entertained about eighty of their friends at the residence of Kev. C. C. Jones. Music games and social chat made the eve ning pass all too quickly. Ice cream, cake and lemonade were served iu tbe dining room. At a late hour the guests departed with many words of praise for the pleasure the evening’s entertaiment had affonded them. The fine juicy peaches that are now being marketed in Holly from the Flora Vista Fruit farm is conclusive evidence that this is deatined to be come one of the richest fruit conn tries io the west. The peach trees in this orchard are so thickly covered with fruit that it was necessary to prop and tie the limbs up and even then some have broken down under the strain. The peaches are bringing $2.50 per bushel and are finding a strong demand at that price. When the trees get to the full bearing age this orchard will yield a fortune to its owners with its peaches, apples and small fruit. The quality of the fruit cannot be surpassed anywhere. • • • [Ftom the Holly Newa.J Dr. H. D. Wilson was called to Coolidge Tuesday night to assist Dr. Boggs in a surgical operation. A young man from eastern Kansas bad a foot an ankle mangled by a freight train so amputation of the limb below the knee was necessary. • • • J. W. Wright last week left at the bank some specimens of his early po tatoes which were larger and finer than most which are coming in from a distance and selling at 2 cents per pound. They are smooth and nice aud he reports a very good yield. • • . C. E. Pike and a large party of home seekers arrived this morning from Iowa and are being driven over the country by Denny Connelly. • • . S. F. White has had a man distri bating circulars through the country this week announcing to she people his intention to closeout his business in order to except a position with a large wholesale house that is to be established in eastern Kansas. • • • [Prom the (iranaila Timenl. Mrs. J. F. Jenner, accompanied by her daughters, the Misses Minnie and Hazel Hazen, were visiting friends in Granada last Friday. .*• Most of the Mexicans have gone west to work—the beetthining being over Those who were camped in town left the first of the week. A. B. Palmer has built a stairway on the outside of his business building now occupied by Culver & Boggs as a drugstore, and has made other im provements in the second story. When the changes are completed, Mr. Boggs will put in a billiard and pool room. • • • T. W. Bilderback has purchased the ranch and cattle heretofore owned by A. Christian. The ranch, which is about three miles west of here, con sists of 200 acres deeded land with plenty of surrounding range. The coQHideration was $5750. Mr. Bild erback will wove into the ranch,while Mr. Christian will seek another loca tion. It is a good location and we are glad Mr. Bilderhack is the pur chaser. • • . I From the Amity Sentinel] Harvesting is about over and threshing has commenced. The oat crop is rather light but the wheat crop is execelleut, being much heavier than last year. • • • Last Monday several friends and neighbors of Mr. Hazen helped him to erect a new dwelling house to re place the one that was recently burned down. • • • As General William Booth of Eng land will visit the U. S. this fall, the plan that the Provincial officers would accompany Commander Booth Tuck er on his visit to Amity, where they expected to hold a conference, was postponed and each of the minor officers will remain at there posts, bnt the Commander will come and be here Sunday, Aug. 3rd. Everybody is invited and expected to attend the old fashioned camp meeting at the Tillet grove on Sunday evening. Remember the date, Sunday, Aug. 3rd 1002. The South Through With Bryan. As a matter of fact, the south in 1000 was about as little enamored of 10 to 1 as the Democrats in other states whose support is necessary to Democratic success. It was an un fortunate situation at Kansas City, and-the convention weakly yielded to Mr Bryan’s imperious demands. The south was about as much disgusted as the Democrats of other sections, but, in spite of this dissatisfaction Southern Democrats stood loyally by the ticket. The South will not again yield to Mr. Bryau’a dictation. That 8 Pages NUMBER 6. A Speedy Recovery Depends on Three Things A Good Physician A Good Nurse And absolute purity and uni formity of the Drugs and Medi cines used in the case. Bring us Your Prescriptions and you can rest assured you will get exactly what it calls for properly compounded. A1 McLean’s Drug Store is a fact which is now pretty well un derstood. “What will it do in 1904 ?” That is a question which only the South can answer. It may he safely asserted, however, that it will make no such mistake as was made in 1890 and in 1900. It has had enough of that sort of thing. —Nashville Am erican.