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Apples Apples Apples Apples Apples
Our car of strictly fancy Colorado apples have ar
rived and we assure you that they are the prettiest
consignment of apples ever brought to Lamar
Fancy Ben Davts, per bos $2.00 Fancy Rome Beauty, per box $2.50
Fancy Paragon, “ 2.50 Fancy Gano, “ 2.00
Fancy Wine Sap. “ 2.50 Fancy Jonathan “ 2.50
Fancy Mo. Pippin “ 2.00 Fancy Walbridge “ 2.00
Fancy Colo. Orange “ 2.50 Fancy Geneton “ 2.50
Fancy Sheriff “ 2.50 Choice Ben Davis “ J. 50
Choice Gano “ 1.50 Choice Rome Beauty “ 1.50
Choice Wine Sap. per box $1.50
Potatoes Potatoes Potatoes Potatoes
For a short time only we shall continue to give our customers
the benefit of our buy on spuds; same have advanced in price
so they cost us today more than what we offer them to you at
52 FRANZ BROS -s.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
Wedding Breakfast Coffee McClure’s Bread Meadow Gold Butter
Knockers Are Our Boosters
THE LAMAR REGISTER
T. IS- DOT73-HTT
City Editor
JLBSTEiLCTS
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 ds Co.'s Abstracts
of Prowers County Rec
ords previous to the fire op
1888. Terms reasonable.
Address,
PROWERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Z-.BLTtQ.ir. Colorado
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of Cheap Money for
q;ood Farm and City Loans.
Call and see me.
L. WIRT MARKHAM.
As a Male Quartette the Otterbeine
are not excelled.
The Presbyterian ladies will give a
Bazaar early in December.
Frank Shumard, of Cincinnati, is here
this week visiting his uncle, Frank E.
Irwin.
Read the new ad of Mrs. J. A. Payne
in this iseue, She is having a sale of
millinery.
The Baptist church people had a so
cial last Friday night, and had a very
enjoyable time.
The stool; yards were full of sheep to
day, several of our sheep feeders having
received large numbers.
The ladies of the Baptist church will
serve a Thanksgiving dinner at the operu
house. All invited. Price 35c.
Ray E. Pilloud was a Lamar visitor
this week. He is now manager of the
Holly-Granada telephone exchange.
Don’t forget the rummage sale to be
given at the Union hotel sample room
by the ladies of the M. E. church.
The members of the Presbyterian
church had one of their social reunions
at the Nevius home last Friday night.
Quite a crowd of young folks enjoyed
a dance at tne opera house last Friday
night. The music was good aud it was
opt going.
The Epworth League of the Metho
dist church gathered at the home of
Mrs. Millsap last Friday night and hnd
a delightful social.
A new boy arrived at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Fewkes on last Thursday, and
the doctor has been setting them up just
as proudly as if he was number one.
The Otterbein Male Quartette is one
of the best in the land. This concert to
be given at the opera house Nov. 22nd,
will be the first nnmber in this season’s
Lyceum Course. Get your season tick
et and secure your seat.
Fifty Years the Standard
•pjßU
A Cream of Tartar Powder
Made From Grapes
No Alum
District court will open for the No
vember term next Tuesday. There are i
several criminal cases for trial, but the 1
civil docket is not very large.
The Social Circle will meet with Mrs. h
Lindville, Friday afternoon, Nov. 17th, 1
at half past two. As many as can please
report what they have for the Bazaar. j
Mrs. St. George Greaghe, who has t
been nway on a visit for the past two f
months or more, returned home last
week, much to the delight of her family. f
Granada was tolerably well repre i
sented in Lamar last Monday, Thomas I
Griffith, J. N. Leslie, Prank Keairns !
and W. H. Morris being among the i
number. *■
If you have any article thnt might be |
used by poor people, send it the rumnge
sale to be given by the ladies of the M. (
E. Church, Nov. 24 and 25, at the Union
hotel sample room.
There was a dance at the opera house (
last night, and a gay crowd of young
folks attended. The music was furnish
ed by the Lamar orchestra und it was ;
very good music, too. f
J. B. Wills, representing the Collier’s I
publishing house, was interviewing some v
of our citizens last week. As his book \
proposition was very alluring he secured l
the limit of his subscription. r
M. J. McMillin has received word from
the State Agricultural College that all *
engagements, for farmers institutes in
valley, except the one advertised for
Amity, have been postponed until Feb-
ruary. t
I. H. Myers received a telegram from
Cherokee, Iowa, that his brother, Lnn (
don, was found.dead Tuesday, but ns yet
tins not received particulars. The de- (
ceased resided here over a year and his j,
many friends will regret to hear the sad (
news. 'j
i
The first number of the Lyceum c
Course will be given at the opera house, (
Nov. 22. It will be given by the popu t
lar Otterbein Male Quartette and will
be one of the events of the season. If you {|
haven’t secured your seats, better do it f
now. j
L. C. Miller, of Pratt, Kansas, was t
here today, attending to some business «
matters. lie is a brother of J. R. Miller, r
who will lie remembered by the old
timers as a property holder in Prowers j
county during the early days of this ,,
region. i
A party consisting of Mrs. T. F. Koon
and two daughters, Miss Bessie Berlin
and E. B. Koen, of Maunington, W. Va,
und Mrs. Dr. Berlin, of Denver, have
been visiting with their relatives, the '
Koen boys, at their ranches near Lamar,
and ure at present at the Hardscrabble
ranch with II. W. Koen and wife.
i
The school board has appointed Earl ,
1\ Beardsley, of Greeley, as teacher of »
the 8th grade room. He is a graduate <
of the state normal school and a son of I
Prof. Beardsley of the faculty of that i
institution, and will no doubt prove a t
valuable addition to the faculty of our 1
schools.
Albert E. King, an investment broker *
of McPherson, Kansas, and whose spec- '
ialty is lunds in wostorn Kansas, has I
spent the past ten days in looking over
the country in the vicinity of Lamar. ’
He thinks we have a fine country here,
and that the opportunities are great. '
He will probably invest somewhere near *
Lamar, before he returns home. 1
Last week Mrs. W. C. Gould was sum
moned to McPherson, Kunsas, on ac- {
count of the serious condition of her {
mother, Mrs. Dr. Kalb, who was about to e
submit to an operation of a dangerous t
nature. Mrs Gould left at once, and on t
Monday Mr. Gould was telegraphed for (
and took the first train. The operation (
was unsuccessful and she died on Mon- j
day. • ,
W. A. Gilcher, a real estate broker i
from Chicago, 111., spent several days 1
here during the past week. He inspect- (
ed the country north nnd south of La I
mar, as he was looking for investments 1
in both irrigated and dry lands. He
was very much pleased with what he <
saw, and especially pleased with Lamar.
He said Lamar looked like “there is
something doing.” 1
The Indies of the M. E. church have
arranged to give a grand rummage sale
Friday and Saturday of next week, Nov.
21 nnd 25. The sale will be held in the
t-amplo room of the Union hotel. All
persons having any old clothing, furni
ture, uteneile or any kind of articles of
any description to give to the sale will
please take same to any of the ladies of
the church or phone to the parsonage
aud the same will be called for.
The Brotherhood of St. Paul, nn or
ganization connected with the Metno
diet church, had a very pleasant and
profitable meeting at the church on
Monday night. Three new members
were voted in nnd one other given the
degrees. The next meeting will be Dec.
10, nnd on the nignt of the 10 a banquet
will be given in honor of Chancellor
Huchtel, of the Denver University. The
Chancellor will be here that day as the
lecturer in the Lyceum course. He will
preach at the Methodist church three
times the next day, Sundny the 17.
Chas. F. Fly, who has resided hero for
several years, died last Tuesday morn
ing, after sulTering for many mo:itl ■
from that dread disease, consumption.
Mr. Fly bravely l*ore his snlTerings and
was tenderly cared for by his wife. The
wife is left nlone with her sorrow, there
being nochildren surviving. The funer
al services were held this afternoon at
the Methodist church, of which deceas
ed hnd been a member. Rev. Aumnn
conducted the ceremony and the Wood
men attended and took part in the ser
vic.is. Interment was in Riverside cem
etery. Mrs. Fly will have the sympa
thy of many friends in her loss.
The unfortunate incident of Tuesday
night, at the jail should be a lesson to
the hot heads of this section, as it was
only the good judgment and coolness of
SherilT Thomas und Deputy Lynch thut
prevented a much more serious result.
They had every excuse which an officer
needs to fire on the offenders, and it was
only because they felt able to protect
the property nnd prisoners entrusted to
them that they refrained. The offense
charged against the prisoner is certainly
a very serious one, but he was under nr
res' and the courta here have proven
adequate to handle all such capes and
there is absolutely noexcuße to resort to
any such desperate means of obtaining
redress.
One of the saddest accidents that ever
happened in the Lamar region was that
which caused the death of J. W. Boain,
in the Big Bend neighborhood on Mon
day afternoon. Mr Boain wns ready to
start to town with his family, and his
wife und two children were in the wug
on when the horses became frightened
and started to run away. He rushed in
front to stop them, Hnd was knocked
down and the wheels of the wagon pass
ed over his head, crushing the skull nnd
causing instant death. Mr. Boain was
<i young man, indnstrious and steady
and was getting a fair start in life when
cut off in this unforseen manner. Ho
leaves a widow and two little children to
mourn their great loss, and they have
the deepest sympathy of all iu their af
fliction.
Last Wednesday evening, Miss Aetna
M. Fuller and Mr. Vernon C. Newman
were married at the home of the bride’s
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edson W. Fuller.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. O.
W. Aumnn of the Methodist church.
The rooms were beautifully decorated
with ribbons, chrysanthemums and stni
lax, and the young couple stood under
an exquisite marriage hell, made from
the came articles. The wedding march
was played by Mrs. J. T. Bradshaw, nnd
the bridal party marched into the room
and took their places to the musical
strains. The rooms were well rilled with
the relatives of the happy couple aud
many friends gathered to offer their
congratulations. A dainty and tasteful
supper was served. Mr. Newman has
been here for some time, holding a posi
tion at the sugar factory and has made
many friends. The bride has resided in
Lamar since childhood, and has a host
of friends who extend, with the Regis
ter, heartfelt wishes for a long life of
happiness and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs.
Newman will reside in the Fuller resi
deuce, in the northwest part of town.
Their home is most comfortably fitted
up and the many beautiful presents re-
I ceived will add to their happiness.
THE TIME TO BUY IS RIGHT NOW
Cold weather will be here soon, and the prudent housewife is
preparing for it by purchasing the winter supply of Blankets
and Comforts now. Not only is the assortment better, but the
price also, as woolen and cotton stuffs are steadily advancing.
Note the prices below on standard winter goods:
Carpets Comforts urs
r Prowers county people have never
AM wool ingrain carp,, sp.cndid ft*. “ m ‘° *2% *><='“7 “““ »'
bargains at the price, per yard QOu prices. Home made comforts. Urge. to select from as is now offered by the
... full size, heavy and well made Aa OO Big Store. These furs are all new thle
lhe best all wool ingrain carpet TFCp throughout, for only \D£ a year, and were made by America’s lead
ever sold in Lamar, per yard fOb : i„ K house. They are standard good, and
Velvet carpets, made up to fit AI OO Rlonlfotc splendid bargains at the prices quoted.
yourrooms, peryardsi 35 and «p | . Dldlll\Clj „ *
36-inch B'ack Coney Boas, very A I AKA
Heavy Axminster carpets, cut and fitted A good outing flannel blanket, 11-4 size, neat and well made, at ip I ,
to yonr rooms, per yard $..50 g a S as’ “ ** 65C < 8 inch Bl “ ck Bois ’ in the 0 00
ana „ .... latest styles for Oa
Heavy 12-4 outing flannel blank- Aa 50
Halt wool carpets, very strong Cf)p ets in tan or gray, for only A beautiful 60-inch Possum Boa. r OO
and serviceable, per yard DUI» Ws can beat an>r house in ea , tcrn Co lora- mlde to welr wcU - ,or
Cadi carpets, a very popular weave, and d ? 'r h = n it .s° m = s to P ric «, on “J! «’°°> A fine QO-inch Black Coney Boa «OO
one that will give excellent ser- 0 Cl» B '*" m fought S ? for ° nly Dl
„ ? <h|! these blankets before the advance in • , ~ ~~
vice, per yard OUu the pric< . of wool- and aa a resu i t we 50 mch Boas in German Marten, fi OO
n ___ are now selling them at the present very dressy, at wa
Granite carpets, the best that can be pur- , , , . r ,
chased anywhere for the price, wholesale pr.ces Come ,n and see jfrinch Boas made from Sable «so
ner vard 20G these goods and eet our P rlces on Fox, very rich appearance, at Q.
P Lr y ard -hem. You will be interested. < ?
A ~ , ~ . . , _6O-inch Boas in [sihella Fox, if* OO
Art squares, all wool, ,n all sizes and de- beautiful natural tints, at | U.
signs, Our very best, size A| AOO a « /i -
9-12. for only WI Ua I 3 fllPS I 72-inch Boas made of the finest ■ I 50
L.UUIVJ American Beaver, at | | a
Linoleums in a*variety of patterns and up We show the usual variety of new 72-inch Bois mide of trenuine aa OO
to twelve feet wide. With this durable . - - ... #h . 7 A ■ «? , k 9||
floor covering you can cover your entire style, of Indies coats In all the fashion*- Russian Beaver, at ,JU.
floor without a seam. Per square -ye- «• <=•»“•* They are made in the popular r
yard fOC three-fourths length, and sell at The ab< "' e are onl Y random **"
lections from our large line. It
Floor oil cloth, I, \'A and 2 yards wide— s I „ *IAoo-> c oo is no longer necessary to send
the very best made (wc handle MA* 5.50 0.50 0.501 u. zt>. away for these goods, as we can
no seco ds), per square yard a H|» ! !_ —I 1 satisfy every taste.
LEADER IN \AF W LEADER
drygoods yy # J* JV/nno 1 vll SHOES -
Bowling Contests.
The printers aud Lamars rolled quin
tette on last Friday night und the print
ers broke nil records yet tyade at that
game, Chas. Hansen beiug'the particu
lar star. On Saturday night the La
mars beat the Professionals two games
out of three at ten pins. The score for
the two games is given below. The
Indies of the P. E. O. served sandwiches
and coffee on Saturday night aud netted
a good sum besides nddmg much to the
enjoyment of the occasion.
PRINTBKS 12 1 Total!
Heaton 11l 130 1W
Dourlil; 122 IW 403
Merrill las I*2 \*\ W 2
Hanaen .138 H' l®4 4SB
Lawless -Uh jBl 386
Totals 657 «:»•'* W7 108#
I.AUAKH
Adkins 130 113 144 W7
Strain 115 126 112 353
K.Hayler 105 122 120 SM7
Creaalie 122 161 118 3W
CJoodale 127 110 112 344
Totals 51W 6:t'2 *lO4 1835
LA M A KM 1 2 8 Totals
Adkins 156 ISO ®6 541
Htraln ltO 117 158 446
Frank Fiayler 13» 138 184 411
(’reaKbc 114 187 117 418
Adams 10* i 63 180 447
Totals 663 826 786 2263
PRIiPENSIOIfAL MEN
Wilson 146 161 163 460
Ilr. Sayler 103 106 110 119
Jones 151 113 149 418
(ioodale 122 137 IIS 872
Fewkes IM 185 201 539
Totals 671 732 ‘36 2112
Another tine lot of Queensware and an
excellent assortment of fancy lamps in
all colors, just in. They must be seen
to be appreciated.
Davis &. Davis.
Wanted
Party to bale several hundred tons of
wild hay nnd alfalfa. Apply immediate
ly to American Beet Sugar Company,
Lamar, Colorado.
W. K. Winterhalter,
Manager.
I KEEP YOUR EYE
4 on a good thing
and don’t forget
MYERS’ RAPID CURE
TOILET CREAM
and
COUCH M
They are moving every
day. Guaranteed to
give satisfaction or
money refunded
Price 25c and 35c
MYERS’ PHARMACY
WE ARE JUST SO BUSY?
That we have only yet opened up a small portion of
our Holiday Goods, but expect to have it all opened
up for your inspection in 10 days, and invite you to
call and see the largest and most complete assortment of
HOLIDAY GOODS AND TOYS
ever shown in Lamar. We won’t attempt to load
you with “Hot Air” but with Goods at prices to
suit everybody.
Watch our window for free presents Tor the
children and grown folks as well
Remember we laugh at competition and won’t be
undersold.
iEi ;sr McLEAN BROS.
For Sale
NWM 29-22-40 with 200 shares Ft.
Lvoci water, 5 room bouse, barn, grain
ery, sheds, 40 acres alfalfa. Price $4O
acre, cash, balance 5 years at C per
cent. Lamar Milling a E. Co.
$20,000 just received for farm loans.
No delays.
L. Wirt Markham.
WANTED —100 head of horses to win
ter on alfalfa pasture. Good water and
shelter. Inquire of E.JJ. Wagner, Rural
Route No. L
Your Children’s Eves
should be examined preparatory to their
school work. W. F. Noyes, M. D., Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office in State
Bank Block.
Strayed or Stolen —About Oct. 14, ’O5,
one brown horse colt, both hind and
left front foot white, light blaze in face,
alfout six months old and small of age
quite gentle. Reward for information
leading to recovery.
A- L. Bkavebh,
Lamar, Colo.
Hardware, Furniture,
Tinware, Harness, etc-
We carry the largent Htock in onr line ever carried
in eaatern Colorado and can Hell to yon at lowest
priceH ever known in the Arkanna« valley.
THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO.
_Zs__ HEITET
Dealer In
Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats
South Ham St. ’Phone No. 102 Red.

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