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Still a Chance
There is still time for you to get
some of those wonderful bargains
in shoes offered at our clearing sale,
but be wise and come in at once.
Ladies’ Waists
Muslin Underwear
Ladies’ Wrappers
Crash Skirts
and Summer
Dress Goods
are still being offered at less than
factory cost to close them out. A
wise buyer needs no further hint
from us.
y. sz. sovaaiTY
City Editor
77/ e only set. of Numerical
Abstract* of the Records of
Prowers County. Abstracts
Qto Nana and City Proper
ty furnished on shortest no
tice. Also owners of Bald-
day A: Co.'s Abstracts
of Proirei's County Rec
oi'ds precious to the fire of
J888. Terms reasonable.
Address ,
T-.iraa.ir. Colonds
Plenty of Cheap Money for
Uood Farm and City Loans.
Call and see me.
I mu prepared to mnke
on Choice Farm or Town Prop
orties at reauonablo rate of in
terest. Three to live years time.
No Commission Charged.
-ssr. C. G-OXTnL-DD
For Threshinq Goal
* go to THE LIMA! SEED CO.
Best Trinidad Lump
Goal at $5 per Ton.
Win. Grooms, of Granada, was a La
mar visitor Saturday.
N. N. McLean was a visitor in the city
of Trinidad yesterday.
See J. M. Johnston's new clothing nd
in the Register this week.
Harry Noble, the Granada hardware
merchant, was in Lamnr today.
A.N. Parrish was in Knnsas City sev
eral days lust week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. ChasThompson are visit
ing friends and relatives in Lamar this
Mrs. L. F. Admits, with her children
is visiting at the home of her parents in
Jns. B. Davis, postmaster of Granada,
was attending to business in Lamar
Tbo New York Store has an announce
ment of their August clearing sale in
this issue.
W. E. Tarbox, one of Holly's business
men, was in Lamar on legal business
last Thursday.
AMr. and Mrs. Gingery, of Oregon, are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. Deeter
•out at the ranch.
Don’t iniHß the Noble Dramntic Co.,
at the opera house next Saturday after
noon and evening.
Mr. and Mra. Hoffmun and Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Tuttle, of Holly, were Lamar
visitors yesterday and today.
Mrs. Fred Lee is visiting relatives
and friends in Wintersett, lowa, and
expoets to remain several weeks.
Assessor F. 11. Rosucruns spent several
days last week iu Denver attending the
meeting of the atuto assessors.
The famous Noble Drnmutic Co., with
their band and orchestru, will be at the
opern house on Saturday afternoon and
J. F. Manning, of Denver, debuty su
preme president of the Fraternal Union
of America, is here organizing a lodge
of that order.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Kalb, who have
been visiting their daughter Mrs. \V. C.
Gould,returned last week to their home
in Canton, Kansas.
Mrs Jennie Steward is now filling a
position in the store of Mrs. E. E. But
ler, and waits upon the customers with
her usual promptness and courtesy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wilcox, of Deita,
Colo., arrived in Lamnr Monday night,
to visit for a few weeks, with Mrs. T. J,
Sayler, who is Mrs. Wilcox’s sister.
J. L. Mayfield, who is n regular week
ly visitor, came up one day last week
from Granada, and put in the day in
transacting business matters of iinfKirt
L. 11. Ilanrin, of Monmouth, Illinois,
was here last we *k visiting with his
brother, G. F. Hanna. They started
south on Thursday for a short trip over
J. B. Mourning «fc Sons will finish
burning their large brick kilns tonight,
and will then go to Las Animas and
burn the kilns which they have at that
Mrs. Oates, who has boon quite ill,
has completely recovered and is able to
be out. The people generally will be
rejoiced to learn that Mrs. Oates is well
Frank P. Waters returned from Kiowa
county last week with a bad case of
typhoid fever nnd has been confined to
his bed ever since. He is reported very
low today.
The city authorities are having the
block, which has l>een bought for n park
plowed up nnd leveled. It is intended
to put the property in shape to sot out
trees nnd make other improvements, in
the spring.
A. P. Hosiuer, representing the big
stock commission firm of Mulloy & Co.,
of Kansas City’, put in several days here
this and last week, interviewing stock
men of the vicinity.
A rare treat is in store for the citizens
of Lamnr in the near future. Mrs. E.
Uently Dennis will give n musical nnd
literary entertainment, of a high order,
under the nuspices of the social circle of
the Presbyterian church. Particulars
in next week’s paper.
The first automobile that ever sti u :k
Lamar wan hero this morning and wan
the center of attraction for a large
crowd. It was owned by three tourists
who were heade<l east.
W. E. Cade came in on No. 8 Monday
and visitpd for a day with his relatives
and friends. He left yesterday for the
east, whore he will enjoy his vneation
and take in the sights.
John N. Simpler, acdompnniod by his
son Fret], is heoe visiting with liis aunt,
Mrs, E. E. Butler. Mr. Sheplar resides
at Milun, Mo., and is the editor of a
prosperous paper at his home.
Ad. Collins, formerly one of our north
side farmers, but now living in Kansas,
spent last Saturday in Lamar. Ad. look
ed just about the same as of old and
said he was getting along all right.
Mrs. Sarah W. Markham, after a
pleasant visit with her sons, L, Wirt and
L. Merrill Markham, left for her home
in Baldwin, Kansas, yesterday. Mrs.
Markham was here for several weeks.
L. A. Purinton, one of the new fann
ers of the north side, was a visitor at
this office today and re|>orts that his
first crop of wheat has just been thresh
ed and on *10 acres he got over 900 bush
D. II. Bane and Ira O. Bane, of Chi
cago, owners of the X V rnnch, were
visiting J. Scott Iiobertson and fatnilv
Saturday. They were accompanied by
Fred J. Sadler and wife, of Joliet, Illi
Sain Faulkner spent several days here
lately, and seemed to enjoy himself. He
felt kind 'o homelike, meeting so many
friends who were genuinely glad to see
him. Sam is now in the stock business
and doing well.
A. I). Scott, the Las Animas sheep
man, who holds most of his sheep in
this county, was here yesterday, look
ing over some Innds. Mr. Scott and his
brother, I*. (J., already own largo tracts
in Prowers county.
Fred L. Corbett, who used to reside in
the town of Mulvane, was here for a •lay
last week. He was much pleased with
Lamar, nnd very much surprised at its
progress. Fred is now located at Em
poria, Kansas, where holms n prosperous
Frederick P. Wormley, undo of land
lord Worimev, came flown from Pueblo
this morning and will remain here for a
few days. Mr. Wormley lias some good
lots in Lamar and comes down once in a
while to look at them. Ho mny put
some improvements on thorn some day.
Last Saturday tho streets of the town
were crowded and it was quite a sight to
see so many people. There was a lot of
trading at the various stores. In the
evening the bnnd gave its usual Satur
day night concert and the crowd was ns
large in the evening ns during the day.
Zoo Emerson, who used to be the pos
tal operator here, was visiting with his
brother, W. D., last week. Mr. Emorson
was nccompauied by his wife, and was
on his way further west, on a pleasure
trip. He found many of his old time
patrons still doing business over the
Harry Man\ille came near having a |
serious mishap yesterday. Ho was
watching Ed. Steward cut stone at the
Masonic Temple and as hs opened his
mouth to laugh, a piece of stone Hew
down his throat. Before it dislodged,
Harry nearly chocked. Harry says he
won’t laugh nt IaI. any more.
Judge L. F. Blodgett left a few days
ago, for a trip to California, where he
was summoned i»y the serious illness of
a niece. His absence will extend over a
period of a month, possibly longer, owing
to circumstances. In the absence of
the Judge, E»I '.vin Dilthy will take care
of theoflico and act as Deputy Clerk.
Dr. E. M. Manning, who used to live
down near Granada, was shaking hands
with the old tuners, last Saturday. The
Doctor is now located in Arkansas, but
was glad to get a chance to breath Colo
rado air aguin. Ho says that being a
republican, he is not much account, po
litically, in the place where ho now
Parties who have been letting their
stock run loose nrouml town, have been
much surprised the past few days.
Their stock could not bo found ns usual
and a search revealed the fact that the
city pound held the animals. The
usual fee procured release. The future
will doubtless see loss stock at h.rgo in
Eighteen ladies of the Social Circle
mot with Mrs. .1. (J. Boyd, Friday after
noon, August 8th. It was voted too
warm to sew, so «|into a little time was
given to matters of business, and the
social hour was much enjoyed. Ice
cream, cake ami iced tea refreshed all
before adjourning at a late hour to meet
aguin August 22nd.
Mrs. Mulissa Conway and daughter
May. are here from their home in Mis
souri, visiting the family of Mr. A. N.
Parrish, brother of Mrs. Conway. They
will be here only for a couple of days,
and will continue their trip to the
mountains. Mrs. Conway formerly re
sided here, and has many friends who
were delighted to see her.
The open air meeting last Sunday
night attracted a large audience, and
they were well rewarded in hearing the
eloquent sermon preached by Row Oates
of the Method, t church. Nearly every
seat on the benches was occupied, the
sidewalks, also, while many sat in bug
gies and carnages. The meetings will
be kept up during the month.
E. W. Stafford and George Stonefleld,
of Winterset, Iowa, shipped olT here for
a couple of days last week and visited
with their old friends from Wintorsett,
quite a colony of whom reside around
Lamar. The gentlemen wero much im
pressed with what they saw in this vi
cinity, ami intond to stop otT here upon
their return from the Pacific coast,
whither they are bound on a pleasure
and sight seeing trip.
The graduation exercises of the com
mon school, which took place last night
at the Methodist church, attracted a
crowded house. The programme as giv
en in the papers last week, was carried
out to the letter, every number was giv
en. The audience was entertained and
was very appreciative. The various es
says and orations were delivered in nice
style, and were full of good thoughts,
well expressed. They also had the
merit of being condensed, nnd none
were wearied. The singing of the quar
tette from Granada was especially en
joyed. The quintette club rendered
their selections in a manner which
showed what beautiful tnnsic could !>e
given by brass instruments. Altogether
the oxereises were a success.
Window shades from 25c up at Butler’s.
Screen doors at the Marker Lumber
For bargains in farm lands go to
C. B. Tkoman.
Carpet by the yard 25, 35,50, GO and 75
cents at Butler's.
Wanted twelve responsible nnd ex
perienced men to act as policemen and
night watchmen during the Fair.
A. E. Bent, Seo’y.
Children's hnts 5, 10, 15, 25 and 75 cts
at Butler’s,
All dishes will be sold ntcost at Butler’s
All persons desiring privileges nt the
coming Fair should make application at
once. Good business for 12 lunch
stands. A. E. Bent, Soc’y.
C. B Thoman has the best line of
tire insurance. He writes farm risks.
Paint.-, oils and glass nt the Marker
Lumber Co.
Chair- from 50c to $14.00 nt Butler’s.
For '.-heap town lots see C. B.
For 8aie Cheap
Three room dwelling house, stable,
trees, block of lots. In good location,
Reasonable terms. See,
Farm loans, ten years time,
optional payments, interest pay
able annually, low rate, no
middlemen, no commission.
Union Central Life Insurance
Company, A. E. Bent, financial
correspondent, Lamar, Colo,
GEO. T. FEAST, Manager
Corn, per can, ioc, 124 c, 15c. 2-lb can baked beans with toma-
Navy beans, per lb, 5c to sauce, reduced from 15c to 10c
R° C ky Ford or CaUfomia to- tomato ket chup, 20c
111a oes, - cans -5 size for the next ten days will sell
Cove oysters, 15c can for 10c. f o r j^ c Q r 2 bottles for 25c.
Fine table syrup, 45c per gallon Rice, 2lb for 15c.
can. Old price 60c per gallon can. All other goods reduced in pro-
Bulk coffee, 20c coffee reduced portion,
to 15c per lb. 25c coffee reduced In addition to the above reduced
to 20c per lb, 30c coffee reduced prices we will give you with each
to 25c per lb. bill of goods amounting to S 3, 18
Best salmon, 10, 15, 20c per can. pounds of granulated sugar for I
107 North Main St. West Side. First door north of Hotel.
PHONE NO. 142.
exclusive dealer in
Staple and Fancy Groceries
keeps constantly on hand the best and
finest of everything in the Grocery line.
1 wThTcox I
5 Leading Cash Store of Lamar |
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• We make yon the Lowont Prices, and Guarantee the J
S Quality toho the BEST. To atart the day right you want •
• a Good Whole Homo Breakfast from the Beat of groceries •
• —aiul you don’t want to bo hold up for them. Come in *
s aud HOO W. H. Cox and get his prices. He will intereat •
• you in Low Prices and Good Goods, Fresh and New. •
• Yours For Business, •
: W. H eOX s
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• Bring u. your Butter and Eggs, •
2 They look like Gold Dollars to ue. •
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2 East Side Main Street, North of Railroad Track •
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B B Brown, Pres A. N. Parrish, Vice Pres. W. C. Gould, Ceshiei
The First National Bank
Capital $50,000 Surplus 810.000
B. B. Brown. T. M. Brown. W. O. Oodld.
M. U. Thatcher. A. N. Parrihh.
The Labor of
the Lumberman.
It’s all done, and all well done, and the finished
product is here in all shapes and dimensions.
Flooring, Siding, Joists, Lath, Shingles, Posts,
Sills, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Fencing,
Any sort of lumber you need for any purpose, in
large lots or small, and low prices on every stick.
Land Attorney,
Real Estate, Loan 6^
Insurance Agent
Cattle Wanted.
1000 head of one, two and three year
old steers. Must l»e of good quality.
Call on or address us.
Smith A Paxton.
1 f you have any for sale nail on or uddress.
C. B. RAY,
Manager Lamar itunch Co.
Will make you a Real Estate '
Loan on 3 or 5 years time;
at straight rate of interest.
No Commission Charge

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