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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, February 15, 1905, Image 5

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February is considered the end of the winter season, the stocks are mostly
broken, a good many small lots and odd sizes. The wholesale cost or our
loss is not considered at all, it’s the room we want for our large spring
stock which will soon begin to arrive. The coldest month of the year is
with us, and March is usually as cold. This sale .will be the last where you
can buy winter goods at nearly half its regular value.
This Sale begins Friday, February 10
and closes Saturday Night, the 25 th
Cit3 r Eiitsr
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 t& Co.'s Abstracts
of Prowers County Rec
ords previous to the fire of
1888. Terms reasonable.
Address ,
-r.n-T-i-.n-T-. Colorado
Plenty of Cheap Money for
Hood Farm and City Loans.
Call and see me.
McLean Bros, and Franz Bros, have
new ads in this issue.
L. Jacobs has been in Las Animas
several days this week on business.
N. F. Vidal and W. F. Tnero, Holly i
business men, were visitors at the coun
ty seat on Monday.
Irwin Everett and family, of Las Ve
gas, are visiting relatives in Lamar, and
will remain some time.
The Social Circle will meet at the
Presbyterian church at 2:30 Friday. All
members urged to be present.
The social and reception announced
for February 17 at the Baptist church
has been postponed until March 10.
A marriage license was issued by the
county clerk today to Mr John J. Sarah
and Miss Mamie Adams, both of Prowers
Miss Nellie Horner, of Denver, form
erly a resident of Lamar, was here last
week, the guest of her friend, Miss Rosa
A Friedman came down from Las
Animas the first of the week and has
beeu here several days, somewhat laid
up with sickness.
Roy S. Gregory and W. B. Nichols, of
Granada, and Guy Gregory, of Oelwein,
lowa,were guests of the Union hotel, on
last Saturday.
In the county court this afternoon
Mrs. Miunie Sharp was granted a divorce
from her husband, L. Sharp, on the
ground of desertion.
The revival meetings at the Metho
dist church are drawing quite good con
gregations and right at the start, much
interest is being displayed.
Mr. Craig has purchased the land just
east of town, known as the Norwood
tract, and will start a first class dairy.
He will have about one hundred head
of milch cows and be prepared to fur
nisk milk and cream to the people of
Lamar. This will be a good addition to
the industries of this section.
Ray Pilloud has gone to La Junta,
where he has secured a position in one
of the leading drug stores. He will be
much missed by his many friends here.
W. D. White, a nephew of the late
Frank M. Tate, has boen here for sev
eral days, settling matters pertaining to
the estate. He will probably go back to
Missouri tonight.
Dr. Jay Sayler has come back to La
mar. His office in Enid, Oklahoma, is
being repaired and he has come here
temporarily. He is helping in I. H.
Myers’ drug store.
T. J. Rosser, of Carbondale, Kansas, is
row chief assistant at McLean Bros,
drug store. Mr. Rosser is an experienc
ed druggist and nn expert jeweler and
John F. Curry left this morning for a
trip to California. Mr. Curry has been
contemplating this trip for some time,
and decided to go this morning. He
will probably make quite a visit on the
Morton Strain left for California Tues
day night, to join the Morehouse family.
Mr. Morehouse is reported seriously ill.
and Mr. Strain’s presence was necessary.
It is hoped that Mr. Morehouse will re
gain his health.
An infant child of Robert Stevens,
died last night, at the rooms occupied
by the family in the Herbert builning.
The little one had been sick for a short
time only. Our people will sympathise
with them.
Some of our citizens are becoming in
terested in an oil drilling project. They
think they have a good locatien about
seventy-five miles from town. Whether
the scheme will really start has not yet
been fully determined.
John Church returned this week from
Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he has
been for several weeks with his wie
who went there for the benetit the
springs would give her health. Mrs.
Church is much improved, but has not
returned yet.
James Cassin, an Illinois man, came
to Lamar last week and purchased the
forty acre farm of C. II. McVev, about
six miles northwest of low’n. Mr. Cas
ein secured a bargain. He will bring
his family here in a short time.
Granby Hillyer returned last night
from a trip to Blame, in Baca couaty,
just in time to prevent an estray notice
being published in this week’s paper for
him. He went down to try a law case
and got tied up in the storm,
J. A. Downing received a fine new
dray from the Studebaker Wagon Co.,
last week. It is a handsome and con
venient dray and will be very useful in
carrying on the ever increasing business
of the enterprising firm of Downing
An entertainment by two people was
given at the opera house last Friday and
Saturday evenings, but owing to the
cold weather the audiences were very
small. The show was fairly good and
would, under other circumstances have
drawn a larger crowd.
We have h»l the longest cold snap
ever known here, but there has been no
sutTenng among the people. Cattle on
the range have undoubtedly suttere
and probably many have died. The old
style Colorado weather is now on tap,
and we ure feeling better.
Tne Brotherhood of Saint Paul, a re
ligious society, will organize in Lamar
tonight at the M. E. Church, and after
wards have a banquet at 10 o'clock nt
the Union Hotel. All men interested Jiu
or in sympathy with the church work
are eligible to membership.
William Knuckey, who recently came
here for the benefit of his health, died
last Monday, at his late residence. Mr
Knuckey’s disease had taken too firm a
hold upon him and even our bracing
climate could not restore his health.
He leaves a wife and two children to
mourn bis loss, and they have the sym
pathy of the community. The remuins
were taken back to his old home.
Died—On last Friday morning after
an illness of several weeks from typhoid
fever, Mrs. Sadie Everett, wife of A. E.
Everett, at their home on Second street.
The funeral services were held from the
home of A. Everett on Suiurduy ufter
noon at 2 o’clock and the remuins laid to
rest in Riverside cemetery. Mrs
Everett had been u resident of Lamar
for five years and had a large circle of
warm friends here. She wub a good
Christian woman, a loving wife and
mother and will be sadly missed by the
husband and two little ones, who are
left to mourn their grent loss. They
have the heartfelt sympathy of the en
tire comnunity.
$20,000 just received for farm loans.
No delays.
L. Wibt Markham.
Fifty Years the Standard
Made from pure cream of
> tartar derived from grapes.
Eyes Tested Free!
, fc-Jl We have concluded to enlarge our store and enlarge our
. Jewelry and Optical Department and have secured the
jQrjfix services of a competent Watchmaker and Jeweler and
Graduate Optician (not a self-termed graduate), but a
{§/ ’Vjtl graduate of the Southwestern Optical College. We are
■fossT* ff fs-Il now prepared to do all kinds of work in this line and we
-4, IMf will guarantee all work that leaves the store. All work
j intrusted to our care will receive prompt and careful atten
tion at reasonable prices.
Watch Repairing a Specialty McLEAN BROS.
How is your watch?
Does it need fixing? Reliable Druggists and Jewelers
Do you need a new one?
Practice limited to the medi
cal and surgical diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat.
Glasses fitted. Office hours
9 to 12 and 2 to 5.
State Hank Bi.olk, Lamar, Colo
Free Free
A Fine Toilet Soap
Commencing on Monday, the
20th, we will give Free with
every cash purchase two bars
of our celebrated «£
This offer holds good for the
entire week, allowing all to
take advantageof the opportu
nity to obtain a good article of
toilet soap free. See the entire
lot in ournorth display window

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