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The crowds you have seen during the last week were
not going to a Fire or Fire Sale, but to
McLean Brothers’ Drug Store
where you get the purest and best Ice Cream, Ice Cream
Soda, Soda Water and Lemonade at One-Half Price.
With each drink or dish of ice cream, we give you a tick
et good for another, FREE—making it one-half price. If
we were doing business on Hot Air and Show we could
not make such prices. These prices are good for balance
of this month and gives you an opportunity to test our
goods. We know if you will try our goods once you
will always be our customers. No tickets given or re
ceived on Bulk Ice Cream, but we sell it at 20c Pints and
35c Quarts. We use only Pure Cream, Best Fruit Flav
ors and Dowler's Distilled Water at our fountain. Thank
ing you for your liberal patronage, we are
Yours to Please,
McLEAN BROS.
THE LAMAR REGISTER.
x. ae. BoraKTT
City Editoz
JLBSTHiLCTS
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 owners of Bald
win, Jay <i? Co.'s Abstracts
of Prowers County Rec
ords previous to the fire oj
1888. Terms reasonable.
Address,
PROWERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Lamar. Colorado
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of Cheap Money for
flood Farm and City Loans.
Call and see me.
L. WIRT MARKHAM.
L. J. fluthius returned this morning
from a visit to Oklahoma.
Dance at the Opera House on the
night of the Fourth. Everybody invit
ed.
Miss Ethel McGrath, of Paradox, vis
ited over Sunday with her friend, Miss
Bessie Doughty.
Mrs. O. G. Markham and daughter,
Virginia, left last Monday on the noon
train for their home at Baldwin, Kan
sas.
Manager Wiley of the A. V. S. B. &
I. Li. Co., was a Lamar visitor today and
reports the repairs at Sand creek
completed.
Hal Kerr left for Denver last night,
and will probably remain there as he
has secured a good position. Mrs. Kerr
will join him later.
Hon. C. C. Goodale and Hon. Granby
Hillyer went to Las Animas yesterday
to attend to some legal matters. They
returned last night.
The Creaghe brothers, who have been
in New Mexico for several weeks, are
home again, having finished the busi
ness which called them away.
Miss Swingman will leave for St.
Louis, soon. Ladies who wish hats
made to order, kindly see her at The
Irwin Millinery Department.
Fred Roeacrans and Ben Mace have
gone to the harvest fields of Oklahoma
to work. After which they will take in
the World’s Fair at St. Louis.
A. E. Bent and C. Frost Liggett went
to Denver the first of the week to attend
the meeting of the republican state com
mittee which convened yesterday.
Reg Garvin came down to Lnmar last
Sunday from La Junta, and spent the
day with his parents and friends. He is
well satisfied with his present situation.
The poster bills for advertising the
coming Prowers County Fair have come
to hand, and are being distributed
around where they will do the most
good. The bills are the best ever got
ten out by the Fair Association and are
bound to attract attention.
Mr. and Mrs. Hipes were here from
Trinidad, for a few days, visiting rela
tives on the north side. Mr. Hipes was
formerly prescription clerk at McLean
Bros.’ drug store.
A number of young ladies went up
the river last Sunday and enjoyed a day
in the grove. They took their dinners
along and spent the day in a very pleas
ant way, returning in the evening.
Charles W. Lucie returned last Sat
urday morning from his trip to his old
home at Louisville, Kentucky. On his
way back he took in the World’s Fair at
St. Louis. He enjoyed his vacation im
mensely.
Dwight Miser, the well known stock
man of Baca county, passed through La
mar last Saturday and attended to mat
ters of importance at Denver. He found
time to say a cheerful word or two to his
acquaintances.
Miss Julia Schmidt left for Topeka
last Monday and will spend a couple of
months visiting with her grand-parent*.
Then she expects to go to New York,
where she will pursue her studies in
music, for a time.
John Curry returned last week, after
a very pleasant visit down in Kansas.
What he did and where he went, are
matters to be learned. He is attending
to the business in the offics of the coun
ty clerk the same us before.
Sylvester Needham, a well known
farmer, who has resided northwest of
town for several years, has purchased a
couple of lots in town and will probably
erect a residence for himself and family.
The lots are on west Oak street.
The Dedication of the M E. church
in Granada will occur next Sunday, the
3rd of July. A lecture Saturday night
by Dr. Harris of Pueblo, Colo., who will
conduct the dedication services. Also
a Sacred Musical at 3p. m. All are in
vited.
J. C. Horn, who is now residing at
Garden City, Kansas, where he is en
gaged in practicing law, was here last
Saturday, attending to some business
matters and greeting old friends. He
says that he is doing well in bis new
home.
The ‘‘Has Beens,” a team composed of
base ball players not in active practice,
played the May Valley team last Sun
day at the fair grounds. The “Has
Beens” won by a score of eleven to six.
and they have changed their name to
the “Now Ares.”
Only a couple of days more remain, so
far as announced, of the soda water war.
What will be the price next month is
yet to be decided, but certain it is that
several have laid in a supply of tickets
and will be able to supply themselves
cheaply for some time.
Mayor Huddleston’s proclamation in
this issue is in line with the policy being
adopted in all the cities of the state and
is a step in the right direction. It will
make the Fourth a day of much more
enjoyment to the people generally, and
if followed all over the country, save
hundreds of lives.
Little Miss Velma Mourning had a
narrow escape from injury the other
day. In some way a rope attached to
the family horse, became entangled
around her legs, and she was dragged
quite a distance. A playmate succeed-,
ed in heading off the horse and Miss
Velma was released without receiving
1 any great hurt.
The business houses of Lamar will be
closed on the Fourth between the hours
of 10 a. m. and 5 p. m.
The Hon. S. Harrison White, one of
the most eloquent orators of Pueblo, is
to be the orator of the day on the Fourth
at the fair grounds.
Fred Burger came in from Des Moines
lowa, last Thursday morning, to attend
to matters on his farm lands near La
mar. He is well satisfied with his in
vestment and says that he wishes he
had more lands. A friend accompanied
him, who is looking over the country
with a view of investing and probably
becoming a resident.
There was a horse race last Saturday,
between a horse owned by a Lamar man
and one owned by a “man traveling
through.” The latter traveled on
through with his wealth oonsidera
qly increased. Some time people will
learn that these men who go around
seeking a horse race, generally know
that they have the sure end of the prop
osition.
Opera house Sunday night, July 10th,
The Original World’s Fair Chorus of
75 members under the direction of
Claude A. Rossingnol. The same pro
gram will be given here as in Kansan
City, and St. Louis including the com
petitive choruses. This will be a dec id
ed treat and something that you can’t
afford to miss. Remember the date.
July 10th.
The Methodist church is being made
quite attractive. The windows are bo
ingset with imitation glass designs and
although only two or three are finished,
these show what the result will be when
all are done. It is further proposed to
have decorations in the ways of flowers
on each Sunday, as long as they are ob
tainable. At the meeting of the official
board last week, it was decided to have
one Sunday night in each month, de
voted to sacred music, and the first will
be on July 24th next.
Notice
Lamar, Colo., June 28,1904.
We, the undersigned committee ap
pointed to look after the so-called Fort
Lyon excess water right suit have
thoroughly investigated Bame and have
been advised that the Fort Lyon Canal
Co., through its attorneys, Lutiers A
Gast, defend all stock issued, also find
no necessity of any person spending
money at present time to defend his
water interest, old or new.
W. J. Johnston,'!
I. H. Myers.
W. C. Gould >Com.
J. S. Hasty.
M. Strain.
Proclamation
To the Citizensof the Town of Lamar.
Colo. —Owing to the fact of the numer
ous accidents that have annually oc
curred upon July Fourth, due to canon
fire crackers, toy pistols and blank
cartridges, and desiring to prevent as
far as possible these casualities occur
ring at the celebration to take place on
the fourth of July in the town of La
mar: I, C. C. Huddleston, Mayor of the
Town of Lamar, State of Colorado, do
issue this proclamation, strictly forbid
ding the exploding and discharge of
blank cartridges, cannon fire crackers
and toy cartridge pistols, within the
limits of said Town of Lamar, on the
fourth day of July, A. D, 1904, and do
call upon all good citizens to assist in
enforcing this proclamation upon that
day.
C. C. Huddleston, Mayor.
121 GLORIOUS 4th
will soon be here, and Lamar is going to celebrate in
jgjo the grand old style. You will want some new things
oE to wear—shirts, collars, ties, something cool and styl
o o ish in the way ot a new straw hat, or a pair of oxfords,
o o o o such as we carry in
oo o o
o )o or o
° ° o<o
iji Booth Ideal Patent Kid
-
3rj the celebrated Haywood and W. L. Douglas makes
3© ° £ —none better
o£> Of course you will want a new We have a
g® larger stock than ever before, and the patterns and
o k> plpl w styles are prettier. You will be surprised to learn how
°° Wm o£ little money will dress you from head to foot in the
oo BaPBSa oo most up-to-date style at this store.
ij HaH | Men’s Suits
oo Guaranteed All Wool, at
J. M. JOHNSTON
...THE EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIER...
Fort Lyon Meeting.
A meeting was held at the Commer
cial Club room last Saturday by water
right holders under the Fort Lyon and
was largely attended. The sentiment of
the meeting was unanimous to fight
any attack on any of the present water
rights, and to withhold any support
whatever to movement started by a so
called stockholders meeting in Las An
inas about a month ago. The meeting
at Las Animas was not called or recog
nized by the ollicials of the company
and was only attended by 11,000 shares
out of a total of over 91,000 shares of
capital stock. All members who re
ceived notices from one A. M. Lam
bright claiming to make un assessment
on them to pay for the expenses of the
litigation started at that meeting should
give it the same attention they would
any other bunco or green goods game
that is attempted on them and no more.
The sentiment of the meeting Saturday
was for all water right holders to stand
together and defend the suit as one
man.
For Salk —Two second hand mowers
at a big bargain. See C, C. Huddleston.
W. W. Cooper, at The Fret National
Bank, represents The Park Itogion Mu
tual Insurance Association of Glen
wood, Minnesota. This company has a
record of ten yours business and no un
paid losses und is doing un insurance
busineea in five different states.
Insure Your Crops Against Hall.
A reliable mutual bail insurance com
pany baa established an agency at the
First National Bunk, Lauiur, und 'nil
purties interested in this cluns of insur
ance will be benefited by tukiug out u
policy.
$20,000 just received for farm loans.
No delays.
Li. Wirt Markham.
See our special do and $3 dollar fiats
at the Emporium, Friday and Saturday
June 3rd and 4 th.
$20,000 just received for farm louns.
No delays.
L. Wirt Markham.
FOR TBADE—First-Class Stock
Ranch, in Baca county. Well improved
plenty of water and 'timber. Will trade
for good alfulfu farm under Fort Lyon
canal. C. S. Smith.
For Sale.
2 to 3 hundred six to ten foot elm
trees, cheap. M, Strain.
For oheap town lots see C. B
Thoman.
Have your Live Stock Insured in the
Independent Mutual Live Stock Insur
ance Asa’n. Barry Heaton, Agt.
For bargains in farm lands go to
0. B. Thoman.
For Rent.
40 acres of good land, miles from
Lamar, Bed Rock water. Will rent all
or part. Inquire of B. F. Cooper.
Rock Bottom Prices
on Millinery
20 per cent off on all Hats for next two weeks
THE EMPORIUM
For Sale Cheap.
One (food threshing outfit. Birdsel
huller, 10 horse power Nichols & Khep
herd engine, cook shack and water tank
both on good trucks, pitchforks and
cooking utensils, all complete. All in
good shape. Inquire for P. A. Dowler
at Light Plant, Lamar, Colo.
Street and Tailor made hats at cost
through June, at the Kmporium.
For Sale
Four room dwelling, stable, smoke
house, coal house and two lots. Price
$525, $50 cash balance at 8 per cent.
C. M, Lkk.
Have your glasses fitted by a regular
oculist, VV. F. Noyes, M. D., Foley-Bent
Building.
Hall Iniurance.
The Park Region Hail Insurance As
sociation of Glenwood, Minnesota has
established an agency anil is represent
ed by W. VV. Cooper, at Frst National
Bank, Lamar. This company has been
thoroughly investigated and is reliable.
Cull on Mr. Cooper for further particu
lars.
Dr. A. W. Seabary, physician and
surgeon. Offices on second floor of
Irwin building, Bast Main street.
Lafen: “I'll love a maid the better,
whilst I have tooth in my head.”
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 have the best of training
I have the best of instruments
I have a completely equipped office
I am located at looms 3 and 4 Irwin
Block
I am C. S. WILSON, D. D. S.
Hours 3 to 4 o'clock
| Do You Want to Sell? i
♦ If you want to sell your ♦
I farm, ranch, cattle or a
sheep, list them with me 1
and I will do my best to ♦
get you top prices. I X
also loan money on real $
land personal property. •
W. J. MILLS!? :
f
Room 0 Folejr Block ♦
The Spring
Clean-Up
will reqnire new tools perhaps. Don’t
break yonr baok carrying dirt for the
flowerbeds. We have
A Light
Wheelbarrow
that is jnst the thing. We also have
an iinmeuse stock of
RAKES’ SHOVELS,
HOES and FORKS
DEERING BINDERS
and MOWERS
C. C. Huddleston

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