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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, December 09, 1903, Image 5

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Store Filled With X-Mas Goods
No Cheap Stuff ... All Good Stock
Staple, Reliable Goods, something that will
“Be a Thing of Beauty and a joy Forever.”
Clt3r Siltsr
The only set of Numerical
Abstracts of the Records of
Prowers County. Abstracts
to Farm and City Proper
ty furnished on shortest no
tice. Also oloners of Bald
win, day db Co.’s Abstracts
of l*rowers County Rec
ords previous to the fire of
1888. Terms reasonable.
Address ,
XiA.xn.abr. ColcroAo
Plenty of Cheap Money for
good Farm and City Loans.
Call and see me.
T. J. Say lor spent last Saturday at Pu
eblo looking after business matters.
A vaudeville troupe from the Crystal
Theatre at Denver will be at the opera
house next Tuesday.
O. J. Cooper came in from St. Louis,
Saturday morning and will spend the
Holidays with home folks.
Mrs. Adums. from Denver, iB visiting
with her son, L. P. Adams, and his fam
ily at their home on Second street,
E J. Gaume of Las Animas, was a
visitor in Lamar last week. Ho was
looking up some land matters in connec
tiou with other business.
Marshall Frank Kelsey has so far re
covered from his recent injuries that he
is able to resume his duties and can get
around without his crutches.
Henry M. Half! of San Antonio, Tex
as, spent Monday and part of Tuesday in
Lamar. He was looking after cattle
and matters connected with the stock
J. W. Marker left yesterday for La-
Junta, whore he has accepted a position
as bookkeeper in one of the lumber
yards. His family will remain at their
Lamar home.
S. C. Gregory and E. P. Sellhorn were
up from Granada yesterday and attend
ed to matters of business. Among other
things they were looking up the titles
to some lots in Granada.
George H. Thorne made a trip to Lss
Animas last Monday. He had some
matters to look up in the office of the
county clerk and also the office of the
clerk of the district court.
Charles Downing, who has been at
Las Animas for several weeks, working
at his trade, and has spent some time in
the other towns of the valley, returned
home on Sunday last. lie says that La
mar is as good a town ns there is in the
valley and he will probably stny here.
For hard colds, bronchitis,
asthma, and coughs of all
kinds, you cannot take any
thing better than Ayer’s
Cherry Pectoral. Ask your
own doctor if this is not so.
He uses it. He understands
why it soothes and heals.
•• I had a terrlblo cough for woeks. Then I
took Ayor'a Cherry I'ectori! and only ono
bottle completely cured nu*
Mbs. J. B. Dam forth. St. Joteph, Midi.
»c..Mc..51.00. _
1 Fifty Years fbe Standard
Highest Honors World’s Fair
Highest toots U.S. Bov’t Chomloto
Manager Lee, of the opera house, has
secured a high-class vaudeville troupe
for next Tuesday, Dec. 15.
A law suit was heard yesterday before
the county judge and a jury. The ease
was Pergu6on against Tweedie, nnd re
sulted in n verdict for the pluiutffT. The
cnee wbb about some stone.
The county commissioners nro in reg
ular monthly session this week, but
nothing beyond the usual routine of
business demands their attention. They
will probably adjourn today.
Lamar lodge No. 90, A. P. & A M.,
holds its regular communication tomor
row night. The annual election of offi
cers will be the principal business of the
evening, and a full attendance is desir
C. Fr..st Liggett, IteceiAer of the U.
S. land office, has been given a vacation
for a month. He has taken his family
and gone on a trip south, his first ob
jective point being Birmingham, Ala
bama. The trip will undoubtedly be a
pleasant experience.
The signal station has been displaying
all kinds of flags during the past week,
from fair to blizzard, but the only bad
weather resulting would be considered
fine in most places. Monday night there
was a slight fall of snow, but Tuesday
the sky was clear.
The Midnight Express drew n good
crowd at the opera house last Friday
night, and the performance proved very
acceptable to those in attendance.
There was some very geod acting, and
there was plenty of fun all through the
play. The scenery was good and the
"Midnight Express" had an eDgine that
poured out real sparks, and the scene
was realistic.
J. G. Boyd «fc Co., the up-to-dntc drug
gists, have placed a most elegant soda
fountain in their store. The apparatus
has two places from which to draw the
water, so that customers can be more
readily served than in the past. The
fountain is a beautifull onyx creation,
and is fitted up with all the latest ap
pliance. It is gorgeous- with electric
lights at night'.
Oriont Chupter No. .12, held its annual
election last Wednesday night. A. E.
Hen. was elected 11. I*., W. J. Johnston,
K , C. Frost Liggett, S., L. Wirt Mark
ham, Secy., I. H. Myers, Treasurer.
The other offices were tilled by appoint
ment, W. C. Gould, C. of H., J. K.
Doughty. P. S. J., C. C. Huddleston, I'.
A. C, L. F. Adams, M. Ist V., I. L. Max
well, M. 2nd V., J. W. Bent, M. 3rd V.,
William Dargie, Sentinel.
All water right owners under the Fort
Lyon canal should see to it that they
are represented at Las Animas next
Monday. Matters of the most vital im
portance to every holder of stock are to
be considered. Go in person if possible,
if not be sure to give your proxy to some
member of the committee in tow n who
are looking after the matter. You can
not afford to be misrepresented or not
represented at all at this meeting, for
jour water right may be practically con
fiscated, and if you are absent the blame
rests entirely on you.
The first of the winter lecture course
was presented at the opera house last
Monday night, nnd there were about two
hundred and fifty present. Dr. Battis,
the impersonator, was a whole troupe in
himself ond a revelation as to the power
of one man. He presented his own
dramatiznticn of Nicholas Nickelby, and
went from one character to another
with marvelous voice nnd expression.
The entertainment was certainly one of
the most enjoyable ever presented to a
Lamar auclience. The Bannister orches
tra added much to the pleasure of the
evening, with their well played music.
The contracts for the raising of sugar
beets for a factory nt Lamar with the
supplemental contract providing for
handling the 1904 crop nt the Rocky
Ford factory, were sent to the growers
around Lnmur this week Higned by
Henry T. Oxnard. Many of the farmers
had already commenced to prepare the
ground to curry out these contracts, pnd
many others have announced their in
tention to do so now that the signed
contracts have been received. There
should be no deluy in this matter us the
fulfilling of Lnraar’s part of this contract
means to a certainty thnt n factory will
be built in Lamar to handle the 1905
crop. The Lamar Beet Sugar Co., has
been negotiating with Mr. Oxnard for
the past year and the result of their
work is now- being made public, and
every member of the board of directors
feel the utmost confidence that if our
subscribers keep faith with their con
tracts that there cm be no question
about the building of the factory us it is
absolutely guaranteed in the contracts
with the groweru. It iB up to the peo
ple of Lamar and vicinity now. If they
want n factory they can undoubtedly
have it.
The Woman's Club will meet Wodnes
day, December lGth, at the residence
of Mrs Ella Barnes. The following
program has been prepared. Christmas
Quotations, Original Story, Mrs. S. G.
Hillyer, A Christmas Carol, Mrs. Jane
Dickinson, Music.
Mils. Will. Cooper, Sec'y.
The Traveling Oculist
or optician is here today and gone to
morrow. What redress have you if you
are not satisfied? W. F. Noyes, M. D..
Oculist, permanently located, Foley-
Bent Building.
Anyone finding a two-year old heifer,
white face, branded D on left side,
will be rewarded by reporting same to
this office.
Xmas goods just in, Irwin’s.
LOST—Between Lamar and the four
mile water bole, a pair of field glasses.
Liberal reward if returned to this office
or to G J. Garvin.
Women’s warm skirts, 81.50, Irwin’s.
Another Opportunity to See Him.
Dr. Kaimen C. Sapero, the eye and ear
surgeon of Denver, will be in Lamar De
cember 1G and 17. Consultation and ex
amination for glasses free, at the Union
JUST RECEIVED —nn excellent as
sortment of novelties in the line of
Sterling Silver and Pearl goodß. See
them in our window.
McLean Bros.
Says I
To myself— flftVß I
The Denver Post is
The paper to buy—
Says I.
Do you Want References?
Dr. Kaimen C. Sapero, Eye and Ear
specialist, will give you the names of
over 200 persons that he has treated in
and about Lamar; his references are his
patients, your neighbors and friends.
If you desire to have treatment for the
Eye, Ear or catarrh or if you require
glasses ground to order, please call early
at the Union hotel, December 1G and 17.
Consultation and examination fur glass
es free.
Cocanuts, 5, 10 and 15 cent, at Franz
Mens’ Nobby Pants $1.50, Irwin’s.
Be Sure to See Him.
Dr. K. C. Sapero is too well known in
Colorado to need any introduction. His
references nre his patients. Your neigh
bors and friends will give you the best ;
references on demaud nt the Union
hotel. If your disease is incurable Dr.
Sapero will tell you so as be does not 1
take incurable ca-es. Come early if you
desire Ivest attention. Consultation free.
Dec. IG and 17.
Teachers' Examination
The regular county examination of
teachers will te held at the court house
at Lamar and in the town hall at Gra
nada, De . 17 and 18.
J. A. Roseurouoh.
County Supt.
j A white faced steer, dehorned, brand
led ft Eon left aide, coining 3 year
! old. Reward paid for information lead
ing to his recovery.
A L. Hale,
Phone 9 G Rural Line. Lamar, Colo.
Lots of good old Home made Sorghum
at Franz Bros.
Champagne and Sweet Cider now at
Franz Bros.
How Are Your Eyes.
Many persons troubled with poor vis
ion are often fitted . with glasses—or
rather misfitted—when examination by
a competent eye surgeon will show that
they are not needed, but appropriate
treatment instead. It is better therefore
to call on an oculist, who must always
be an educated physician, and first find
out whether it is glasses or treatment
you need. Dr. Kaimen C. Sapero is a
competent oculist and is prepared to
treat all diseases and perforin all opera
tions on the eye, and wiM adjust glasses
if he finds they nre required. Examine
tion free. December IG and 17, at the
Union hotel.
•‘Utah” brand of asparagus is delicious
says Mr. Franz.
Two good shoes, $1.50, men or women,
Fresh citron for fruit cakes, at Franz
Cattle Kings nnd cowboys
go to Franz Brothers for gloves.
.Horse hides and buckskins in the
famous 1 rand "BUSBY.”
New Dried Raspberries to be had at
Franz Bros.
Lafen: "I'll a malif tlio better,
wliilft 1 liuvu tooth in my brail."
Perhaps You’ll Need Me
During 1904
I do high grade dental work
I do not do any other kind
I cannot afford to do good work at
poor prices
I cannot afford to do poor work at
any price
I hare the best of training
I have the best of instruments
I have a completely equipped office
I am located at Rooms 3 and 4 Irwin
I ant C. S. WILSON. D. D. S.
Hours t to 4 o’clock
Come jnd Look]
at our lino display of
3 late Books. You will
find your wants
and the prices
Got the
Best for Xmas
There is no place like
onr store to buy holi
day gifts because we
are filling all wants
with the best goods at
the lowest prices.
For Trade
A good farm under the Fort Lyon
canal for cattle or sheep.
Smith & Thompson.
Mr. Franz says that Heinz Mince
Meat and Preserves lead them all.
Sulphur in any quantities at lowest
prices at McLean Bros,
: "™ 4 c,Tr I P p ACT The Cash i;
delivery i ' | Grocer :
Headquarters for cash buyers
who like to get the best possible
values for their money. Remem
ber that I pay cash for country
GEO. T. FEAST, Grocer
Foley Bldg., cor. Railroad Ave. and Main St., East Side, Lamar, Colo. • ;
P. S MENS WANTED. Will pay part cash and part trade. I
dr. w. f. noves A Spot Cash Basis
practice limited to „
ut The Coal Strike is On
EYE We have practically all the c< there is in
'SSv Prowers county. We have over 1,000 tons
P« r IVncp yet on hand. Under present conditions we
Cdl, nilbC 9 1 111 Udl might advancc pr|ces on coal> but we are
and the scientific NOT going to advance one cent on stored # .
riTTinr e rt iccrc coal, which will be sold at regular prices
FITTING of GLASSES «i„u. bet
„ D ,5-o»T„ e We Must Have the Cash
Hours: 9 to 12 A. M. 2 to 5 I’. M.
also Tuesday and Saturday for this coal. It is not a question of your
evenings, 7to 8 being good for the coal. The matter i£ .
NOTB simply that we MUST have the CASH for
Dr. Nbyes is the only regular ocu- | , »-» , ... ''•••* ■
list in the Arkansas valley of Colo- ; Coal. Don t ask for credit. * .. r.»
rado oast of Pueblo. He is a per- • >■.•** • *• •«
manent resident of Lamar. Wheth- f »
er for treatment of the diseases of »-p| ■ m A.
the eye or to have glasses fitted, I | IIC I yM I|| Cl £-*£-* £ | Lyl 1
the care of the eyes should bo on- ??- ■. - J {%_ 111 A •
trusted only to a regular oculist.
Phone 343 Black
True Value Realty Co. Jjk. Attention
Garden city, Kas, yT*HI I have just opened General Watchmaking and Repair
Have uo*v on Establishment in connection with my Optical Inipiness in
the market McLEAN BROS. DRUG S I ORE, where lem prepared to
do all kinds of Jewelry and Watchmaking and Repair’Work. I have served
Alfalfa and Sugar Beet Lands 10 years at the bench, and will guarantee all my work to give satisfaction.
Prices Reasonable. Your Patronage Solicited,
in tracts from 100 to 010 Respectfully,
acre; price $7 to $2O per
acre Also several stock ■ W ■ T V 7
raucheH. Lauds located 1 I I /% I I
in Finney and Kearney MA 1 m • M 1 M
counties, Kansas. _ . . . . .
. , , .... ... . . Optician and Jeweler
Must of this land will double in value
in the next two years. =
-23». X=». Hi:
Frest cottoline just in, at Franz Bros.
Mr. Franz says that White House is Dealer In
the popular brand of coffee.
This is the season stock wants salt. Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Mea s
I have n car of stock salt which is cheap F »
er than the refined salt.
c. c. Hcddubtw, Nopth of DapoU -Phone No.« Red.

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