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HU A BIG DRIVE ON TABLE LINEN |]g|
Wo have determined to close out our entire line of Table Linens during the next ten days. This is the opportunity of a lifetime to buy your linen for the holidays. We have not the space to enumerate all the items affected by the cut, but will merely tell you here that all our 35c linens have been reduced to 35c; 50c linens are now 35c; 75c linens now 60c; $1 linens now 85c; $1.35 linens now $1.05; $1.50 linens now $1.35; and others at proportionate reductions. If you are needing anything in first-class tabie linen It will pay you to take advantage of this sale. Our New Clothing Dept, is a Winner Trunks, Etc. Outings Blankets During the next tew days we will All kinds and sizes of trunks, grips clean up on the greater portion of our We have the most complete line of and suit cases. outings. 6c, toe and 12c outings, the cotton and wool blankets it was ever Pictures framed, carpets cut and best values ever shown, will be sold at your good fortune to see. Pi ices are matched, linoleum cut and laid. _ very reasonable, too. sc, 6c and 9c E. E. BUTLER &, SON South of Postoffice THE LAMAR REGISTER Kot#t«*c tue I'ostolfice in Ltmn < 010 .. Has. mail nmttei Pabliihtd WmU| by »SO. ». Editor and Proprietor Subscription Rate*: One Year $1.90 Three Month*....4oc Bit Mob the 7$ Single Copy $e Wednesday, Novembeb 15, 1905 Mrs. Kalb Dead. Mrs. J. C. Kalb died at her home on East Marlin street Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Mrs. Kalb was taken dan gerously Bick last Friday and a very serious operation was performed which was the only hope of saving her life. Bhe came through the operation nicely end for several days hopes were enter tained for her recovery. Monday morn ing she seemed cheerful and bright but this ray of hope was soon shattered for at 10 o'clock she began sinking and death claimed her at eventide. Mrs. Kalb was one of the dearest and best women of our community. Sue was an ideal home maker and nothing ever came in her path that caused her for one moment to neglect the duties of that precious home, although 75 years of age she still looked after the detail and her most unhappy moments were when she was not able to be about lest her household duties should be neglect ed, neat, scrupulously neat was the watch word in her home. Mrs. Kalb beside being an ideal home maker, took pleasure in making those about her happy. With a boquet of tlowers in her hand she would go and visit a sick friend and neighbors to lighten if possible the burden which seemed hard for them to bear. She was a life-long member of the Presbyterian ohuroh and was a faithful member to the last. She was highly esteemed in church circles In both this city and Canton, where she resided for many years. No one knew her but to love her. She was born in Ohio, and was 75 years old. She had been the faithful and trusted helpmate of Dr. J. C. Kalb for over 60 years. They have two children, C. M. Kalb of Canton and Mrs. Edna Gould of La mar, Colorado. The entire immediate family were present at her death bed. Death, that most unwelcome visitor, is no respecter of persons and though all know he will come, it is not often he leaves a home nn molested for over 50 years, but when he did come he took the very heart, for what is home with out a mother? Mr. Kalb and family have a large elrole oi friends who today are sympa thizing with them. The funeral was held from the family residence this af ternoon at 3 o'clock and interment was made in McPherson cemetery.—Mo- JPheraon (Kmtu.) Freeman. Commissioners at Work Lamar. C'olo., Nov. 6, 1905. Board met pursuant to adjournment, present, Reynolds, Knowlen aod Say ler. Approved the report of O. E. Vincent, overseer district No. 1, and ordered warrants drawn as follows: Fred Gores, roadwork $ 4 50 Jaok Horton, 44 18 00 O E Vincent, “ 66 40 Holly Lumber «Sc Sup'y Co, l’mb’r 11 67 R King, blacksmithing 26 35 Approved the petition of D. E. Coop er for a duplicate tax certificate to be issued in lieu of No. 245 of 1893. Approved the report of G. E. Case, overseer district No. 3, and ordered warrants drawn as follows: A P Mead, roadwork $46 50 W H ( hap'ttln, “ 3 00 Ed “ “ 6 00 T J Harker, “ 12 00 G E Case, “ 69 50 A P Mead, 44 gen. road... 900 T J Harker, “ 44 ... 12 00 G E Case, 44 •* ... 14 00 T J Harker, piling gen road 70 00 Approved the report of W. J. Sickle bower and ordered warrants drawn as follows: W J Sicklebower, grav’l baul’g. .S2B 00 “ road work No. 6 61 11 J H Newman, mdse 9 53 R W English Lum Co, lumber... 31 22 Approved the report of E. R. Black, overseer of district No. 4, aod ordered warrants drawn as follows: Baxter Enlow, roadwork $ 4 00 W H Ashworth, 44 66 00 Jason James, “ 2 00 ER Black, “ 154 00 Sam Dew, 44 21 00 Otis Gross, u 16 00 Approved the following claims and ordered warrants drawn on the poor fund as follows. W J Williams, nursing poor. . sl2 00 M F Dickinson, groceries 13 25 Mrs James Guy, washing 4 00 On motion the reception of bids for the extension of the Holly bridge was postponed until 4:10, when the follow ing bids were received: The Canton Bridge Co, lio’l foot. .$8 10 The Midland " 41 ..6 50 L H Manville 44 .. 725 AA G Stay ten Bridge Co, 44 .. 600 Colo Bridge & Concrete Co,* 4 .. 698 On motion the bid of the Colorado Bridge and Concrete company was ac cepted. Adjourned to meet November 8, the 7th being set aside as a day to Inspect and receive the bridge at Carlton. Tuesday, Nov. 8. Approved the report of E. C. Gordon, overseer of district No. 5 and ordered warrants drawn as follows: Doc Johnson, roadwork $ 1 50 G F Pearl, 44 3 00 Raymond Taylor, 44 1 60 E C Gordon, 44 63 00 D M Ard, 44 30 00 R A McKibbon, 44 7 50 J C Brandenburg, blacksml'hing 3 90 44 44 dist 4 3 95 Lamar Hdwe Co, mdse dist No 4.. 350 Approved the report of F. S. Butcher, A. EVERETT * C 9 Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables Fresh Meats and Provisions No Accounts On Cash Basis Run Over 30 Days LAMAR, COLORADO Thanksgiving Sale Great Reduction on All Millineay Commencing Nov. 16 and continuing balance of Nov. MRS. J. A. PAYNE w^uV «l THE FAIR l H^”B|k 10c SALE OF CHINA To make room (or our large stock of Holiday China we have decided to sacrifice our line of imported German China. Cups and Saucers, Oat Meal, Fruit and Olive Plates, Pepper and Salts All for 10c each. Cnp and Saucer one piece overseer district No. 2, and ordered warrants drawn as follows: R W English Lumber Co, l'mb’. .$23 04 F S Butcher, roadwork 48 50 Ben Hatcher, 44 13 50 Grant Davis, 44 17 25 J H Newman, mdse 3 75 Approved the following claims and ordered warrants drawn on ordinary county fund as follows: GC Pollard, salary S4O 00 Town of Lamar, water to Novemr 26 70 Out West P & S Co, supplies 21 77 F H Rosacrans, dep hire Oct 60 00 Approved the following claims and ordered warrants drawu on the special contingency fund as follows: Town of Lamar, half c’st cess p’l. .$32 00 Joe Fowler, hauling 1 00 Town of Lamar, repair jail 9 75 E R Yager, papering court bouse 23 76 Approved the following claims and ordered warrants drawn as follows on the poor fund: J C Brandenburg, blacksmithing.s 250 Lamar Hdwe Co, formaldehyde and burial of pauper 33 00 I H Myers, mdse 10 25 Lamar Seed Co, coal 11 65 Approved the following claims and ordered warrants drawn as follows on the ordinary county fund. Colo Tele Co, phone 4th qr $ 7 50 L*mar Electric Co, lights 4 20 H H McDowell, water comm’r.. 66 00 S W Cressy, “ .. 51 66 W A Merrill, dep dist atty 6 00 G D Robinson, c’sh ad v st'mps etc 790 44 services 36 00 Out West P & S Co. supplies.... 2 96 Lamar Seed Co, coal c h and jail 51 75 G H Thorne, fees 10 50 Strain Bros, coal and ice 8 60 G B Merrill, print'g and sups... 139 50 Fred Lee, coroner services 16 40 Approved the following claims and or dered warrants drawn on the road fund ns follows: McCue Lumber Co., lumber dist.s 19 45 J. M. Wood, road work in 4 1 00 N. N. McLean “ 2 00 Fred Shultz “ 7 00 Joel Knowlen, insp. Carlton bridge 70 00 On motion the following motion was ordered published in the Holly Chieftain, Granada Times and the Lamar Register for four consecutive weeks, and a copy sent to each road overseer in the county. “Owing to the great amount of com plaint made to this Board of the water being allowed to run upon the public roads mading it impossible for the road overseers to keep the roads in repair. All road overseers are hereby instructed to cause the arrest of all guilty parties and deal with them according to the HELLO! Johnston’s Clothing Store & Have you fixed on Winter Wearing U Apparel? We have the largest stock 1 % of Suits and Overcoats ever shown in J\ m 1 Lamar. Suits Sweaters A neat brown striped cheviot suit, new Qur sweater department was never more winter weight, $7.50. complete. Sweaters from 50c to $4. Several neat patterns, latest style, good Good heavy sweaterS( neat pattems> at weight, $8 to $lO, 50c, 65( . ( 75c and A big assortment of patterns and shades, „ . . , . all wool, straight front, double breasted. Good woolsweatershandsomepatterns The latest out. From $l2 to $l5. « « $ ’ $ ’ $ ’ $ ’ A handsome line of silks and worsteds, $, $ . an $ ■ tailor made $l5 to $23. UndCPWCar Heavy fleeced underwear at $1 the suit. A big line of overcoats in the latest styles A heavier and closer knit garment at and patterns at from $6 to $2O. $1.25 the suit. c _ Heavy ribbed part wool at $1.50 a suit, siloes, Lie. A big assortment of all wool garments, A more complete stock of shoes, hats, from $2 to $3 a suit, gfoves, mittens and men’s working clothes We can suit any taste or purse in good, cannot be found in this part of the state. serviceable underwear. This department Give us a call and be convinced. never had a bigger stock than now, J. M. JOHNSTON ....LAHAR’S LEADING CLOTHIER.... law governing such cases. And any road overseer neglecting to cause the ar rest of any guilty parties will be remov ed from office.” Approved the following claims and or dered warranto drawn on following funds Special Contingent John Russell, ex in hunting pris. 20 40 Lamar Hd. Co., rep. at jail 2 85 Jno. Oolladay, livery hire 8 50 L. H. Manville, bldg fixtures 5 00 Ordinary County J. D. Martin, J. P. fees 6 25 Fred Lynch, feed pris. & care jail 149 50 W. A. Merrill, dep diet atty 20 00 Geo H Thomas, fees & exp 77 13 John Russell, sdrv with coroner 2 00 T J Sayler, services 30 00 Joel Knowlen, services 23 GO W W Reynolds, “ 43 00 Poor Fund W W Reynolds, cy adv poor 3 55 W C Simpson, mdse 10 00 General Road S C Gregory, lumber 114 31 Approved the following butchers bonds P. E. OeWeeee et 01, and W.C. Simpson. On motion the bridge across the Ar kansas river near Carlton was accepted and the Kansas City Bridge Co was re leased from its contract. The following items acknowledged to be due said com pany. To erecting 3 100 ft steel comb, spans, 82439.00, erecting 51G ft pile bridge it, 18.50 per ft 8438G.00, erecting 230 ft. river jettys and 100 ft bank jettys it. 83 per ft 81100.00. Approved the petition of H A Pettee et al for road in range 42 and the same was declared a public highway. Approved the petition of L. F. Math ews for a road in ranges 41 and 42 and the following viewers were appointed to view said proposed road Nov. 20, John Norris, Frank Hiney and J, S. McClung. Adjourned to meet Dec. Dec. 4,1905. Notice Las Animas, Colo., Nov. 11,1905. The regular annual meeting of the Fort Lyon Canal Company will be held on the second Monday in December, be iug the 11th day of December, 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the court house in Las Animas, Colorado, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors and transacting such other business as may properly come before the meeting. B T. McClave, Pres. Frank Kkeyblll, Secy. For Sale or Trade— A good second hand, two-seated open buggy. Will sell cheap or trade for a good cow R. F. D. No. 2. B. F. Cooper, S2O, 000 just received for farm loans. | No delays. L. Wirt Markham. Official Notice Laninr, Colo., Nov. Bth. 1905. Office of tlia Hoad of County ConuniMionen: Owing to tho great amount of complaint* made to thin Hoard of tho water being allowed to run upon tho PUBLIC ROADS making it imi>OHHible for the Road Ovorneors to keep the road in repair; all Rond Ovemoern are hereby instructed to cause the arrest of all guilty par ties and dual with them strictly according to tho law governing such cases: and any Road Overseer neglecting to cause the arrost of any guilty parties will be removed from oflice. Witness our hands this Bth day of Nov. 1995. W. W. Rktnoi.dh. Cl.airman. Joei. Kiowlen, Com. T. J. SAYL.KB. Com. If you need a practical and ex perienced nurse call on or address the undersigned. Olive street, 3 doors east of A. Everett's resi dence. iIRS. n. B. WHEELER 3D. El. COOPER Real Estate, Loan tf* 33 Insurance Agen«. SILVER BROS. GROCERIES BAST SIDE MAIN ST. ’PHONB NO. 53 RED MOBTON STBAIN. Pre.id.nt J. W. PAXTON. Vie. Pre,. 1,. F. ADAMS, Cubier CAPITAL $30,000 THE STATE BANK OF LAMAR LAMAR, COLORADO DIRECTORS MORTON STRAIN J. W. PAXTON L. F. ADAMS W. L. MOBKHOUBK J. W. ZOLLARS B. T. McCLAVE A. DEETER We want your business, large or small, and offer every facility consistent with safe and conservative banking Accounts Received Subject to Check. Money Orders STold FOR SALE: Easy Terms or will trade for Baled Alfalfa Hay, Oats, Speltz or Alfalfa Seed, the following: 1 Team Work Horses l stirring plow 1 beet cultivator 1 road wagon 1 phaeton STRAIN BROS. North main St. Phone 43 Black B. B. Brown, Pres. A. N. Parrish, Vioe Pres W. 0. Gould, Cash The First National Hank of- 00L0R.A.D01 Capital 850,000 Surplus 810,000 DIRECTORS B. B. Baows. T. M. Bbown. W. 0. Gould. M. D. Thatohib. A. N, P arris u.