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THE LAMAR REGISTER
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Clt3T 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-
Jay tfe Co.'s. Abstracts
of Prowers County Rec
ords previous to the fire of
1888. Terms reasonable.
Address ,
PROVERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
XaOksamx. Colore&o
MONEY TO LOAN
Plonty of Cheap Money for
stood Farm and City Loans.
Call and sea me.
L. WIRT MARKHAM.
Read Margrave’s new ad.
There’s a reason why you should read
Margrave’s ad in this issue.
The regular jury for the term of court
was discharged yesterday.
Margrave’s store is already attracting
the attention of the Lamar housekeep
ers.
See the new ad of The Pair and The
W. J. Johnston Mercantile Co. t this
week.
T. J. Sayler has been up at Manzanola
several days this week looking after bis
oontract there.
Miss Mabelle Mears left this morning
for St. Joe, Missouri, where she will
spend the winter.
District court has been in session all
the past week and is still at work as we
go to press.
A marriage license was issued today
to Mr. Kenneth Painter and Miss Vernia
McColister, both of Lamar.
Opening of Swink sugar factory No
▼ember 29. One fare for round trip,
final return limit November 30.
The Social Circle will be entertained
St the church Friday afternoon Nov. 30
st 2:30 eaoh member is urged to
snt.
Roll Goodsle returned this week from
Kansas City for a short vacation. He
has been attending a commercial college
there.
W. F. MoCue spent several days here
last week and the first of this week, at
tending to bnsiness connected with the
lumber yard.
Geo. D. Robinson has purchased the
Guppy residence in the southeast part
of town. Georgs is just speculating,
jrou know.
Miss Yea tee has returned to Lamar
after a visit of several months in the east
and has taken the position of registry
olerk at the postoffice.
The Prowers county republican club
will start out with a membership of over
one hundred. The meeting to organ
ize will be held tonight.
A new shooting gallery has started up
on north Main street. G. R. Mcßroom,
who ran a shooting gallery about two
years ago, has charge of this one.
Mrs. W. W. Cooper and Miss Nellie
Goodsle on Monday evening entertained
a number of their friends at cards. All
present enjoyed a delightful evening.
Fraok Sayler went to Manzanola the
first of the week, where he has taken a
job with the big force at work upon the
big canal oontract, which T. J. Sayler
has in charge.
■ Dr. PRICES
Cr s? m Baking Powder
Has a dietetic value greatly be
yond the conception of any one
who has not used it. It will
make your food of a delicious
taste, a moist and keeping
quality and a digestibility not to
be obtained from any other bak
ing powder of leavening agent.
K * But more important than all else,
Dr. Price’s Baking Powder carries
only healthful qualities to the food.
As every housekeeper, can understand,
burnt alum and sulphuric acid —the
ingredients of all alum and alum
-0 phosphate powders must carry to
the food adds injurious to health.
Avoid the alum powders—study the label
Jesse Bates is now delivering mail
along his route in a new auto that ar
rived this week. It is a buckboard and
especially ndapted to his work.
Mrs. J. G. Boyd returned home last
Sunday morning, after having spent
severnl weekß enjoying a visit back east.
Jim snys that he is living ngain now.
Hon. A. E. Bent enmedown from Den
ver last Friday to attend the auction
sale of lots in the Bella Vista addition.
And then he went to court on a sub
poena.
The Women’s League will have a
meeting at the Presbyterian church
next Saturday afternoon at tbreeo’olock.
All ladies are cordially and earnestly in
vited to be present. An interesting
program hac been arranged.
C. L. Margrave, the new groceryman,
is not new in the business,having been a
merchant in Brookfield, Mo., for a num
ber of years before coming here. His
store next to Ihe State Bank is a model
of neatness and is well stocked with a
high grade line of groceries.
Mrs. J. W. Bent entertained tha "500”
card club last Friday evening. All the
tables were filled and the usual jolly
evening passed. Dainty refreshments
were enjoyed by all present. The prizes
were taken after an exciting oonteet by
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sayler and Mr. Ber
ry.
O. G. Strain is having the bowling al
leys removed from the building two
doors north of the Register office, and
for awhile at least the bowling enthusi
asts will have to return to some milder
form of amusement, such as playing
pool, swapping lies or taking care of the
baby.
The board of trade of La Junta will
on Friday evening of this week, give a
banquet at Woodmen Hall in honor of
W. M. Wiley of Holly. Mr. Wiley is ona
of the most pnblio spirited citizens of
the valley and the large part be has tak
en in its development is appreciated by
all citizens of this section.
The county clerk the past week issued
the following marriage licenses: Rich
ard E. Wright and Miss Mamie Tanner,
both of Lamar; Joseph Bell, of Chiving
ton and Mrs. Octavia Graham, of Lamar;
Frank Strauss, of Camugey, Cuba, and
Miss Ethel Dobbins, of Granada.
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Dunning, who have
resided in Lamar and vicinity for sever
al yearn, left yesterday for tneir old
home in Virginia. They will viait in
Texas first and then proceed on their
journey. Mr. Dunning recently sold
out his ranch and personal effects.
Their departure will be regretted by
the many friends they have made while
living here.
Subscribe for Colorado’s moat popular
Daily and take advantage of The Den
ver Post’s Early Morning Delivery in
Lamar. Complete Associated Press and
Hearat Service, combined with an all
star staff of special writers, maka The
Post indispensable in every borne. De
livered at your residence before break
fast by Lyle Downing, Local Agent. 15c
per week, 65c per month.
Married— At Judge Pike’s office and
in the Judge’s most dignified manner
on Monday, November 2G. Mr. Joseph C.
Bell and Mrs. Octavia Graham. A num
ber of Joe’s warm friends were present
and all carried pockets filled with rice.
At the does there was no question but
what a wedding ceremony had be?n
performed. All wish the bride and
groom the greatest joy and prosperity.
Apemenia Lara the Mexican who last
summer held up a man and wife after
having witnessed a highly dramatic per
formance, based on the career of the la
mented Jeeeie James, and robbed them
of 810 wae tried last week in the District
court. On the first trial the jury hung,
but on a retrial defendant was convict
ed and sentenced to a term of from 2 to
3 years in the penitentiary.
The weather this week has moderated i
to euch an extent that it-is believed that 1
the damage to the bert crop will prove
to be very stnal . The sugar beet grow :
ere are busily at work now siloing all
their crop which bus not already been
delivered «*r -uloed. No verv g- eat dam
age has developed so fur and it is be
lieved that the crop in this section la all
right.
Soma of the citizens took up a collec
tion the other night and bought a tur
key and "fixine” and decided to give
Rev. Auman bis Thanksgiving dinner.
They took Joe, the boot black at Con
well’s barber shop along to carry the
turkey and instructed him to hang it on
the door, knock and run. He did, and
ran ao fast that ha went plump into the
deep excavation for the new Methodist
ohuroh. The ones who witnessed the
performance have not yet decided which
was the more surprised, the preacher or
the darkey.
The Lamar High Soheol foot ball
team went up to Las Animas last Sat
xrday and were defeated by the High
school team of that place by a score of
sto 0. As it was the first game the
Lamar boyfe ever played, and that with
only a week’s trial, they feel good over
the result. Tbey say they were treated
royally by the Lae Animas folks, and
expect that the boys from* Las Animas
will be treated as wall or better to-mor
row, when they play a return game here.
The boys hope to win tomorrow. Tbey
should have a good crowd.
The big auotion sale of lots in Belle
Vista addition last Friday and Saturday
wae a big suooess in spite of very raw
weather for getting an outdoor crowd.
The Lamar Citizens Band assisted ma
terially in gathering the crowd and the
auctioneer, Mr. J. W. Coffey, of Denver,
proved an artist in hia line. The bid
ding at times was very spirited and the
lots on the whole brought very fair
prices. Mr. Bell, of the Wells Fargo
Co., was the successful bidder ou the
choice pair of lota in the addition, but
had to pay the highest price of the sale
for them, 8175 for two lots.
Tboe. R. Hoffmire and Mr. Arrington,
of Pueblo and Mesa re. Saum of Kansas
City and Hawka of Stookton, Kansas,
are in attendance as attorneys in tbe
oaae of MoKenzie vs. McNutt The case
is for a commission which tbe plaintiff
McKenzie alleges ie due him for the sale
of a 10,000 acre ranch in Thomas comnty
Kansas, known aa the Rockefeller ranch.
The defendant MoNutt ta the McNutt
who purohaaed the Maxwell ranch in
this county some months ago. In addi
tion to the attorneys and partiaa in this
case quite a number of witnesees,bankera,
lawyers and real estate men are in at
tendanoe. The case has consumed near
ly three days in the trial thereof.
“The Holy City."
Gordon A Bennett’s beautiful play
"Tbe Holy City” which is considered
one of tbe beet produotloneon the stage,
will be seen al the opera houae in De
cember. We do not generally announce
attractions as far ahead but as this is to
be an event of importance in local the
atrical affaire, wa take pleasure in ao do
ing.
Lost —ln Lamar this week, a black
Scotch Collie dog, white ring around
neck, collar on with ring in, holds haad
a little to one side. Finder please noti
fy E. J. Wagner.
For Solo Cheap
Choioe building lots. Will furnish
money to build. Inquire of L. M. Mark
ham.
s2o*ooo just received for farm loans.
No delays.
L. Wirt Mabeham.
R. M. Ziegler A Co., just received a
new lot of Biovole Tiree. Baby Buggy
Tires and Naw Bicycles.
Furnished Rooms—Good location,
large rooms, bath and other modean con
veniences. Inquire at 401 South Second
St.
For Solo.
A few teams of vouug, heavy, well
broke work horses, also some light broke
and unbroke horses and mares. Inquire
of Charles Maxwell, at Lamar Hdw, Co.
See H. P. Syp for Fire Insurance
Farm Rieka a specialty.
A new, five-room house for sale,
reasonable prioe and good terms. North
side track inquire of
W. J. Johkstow.
WANTED —Six bricklayers in Colo
rado Springs, wages 86.00 per day of 8
hours. Apply or write to Lynu S. At
kinson, contractor.
WANTED—A young man, whose
time ie partly employed aa bank olerk or
in some other responsible position, to
make collections for us in Lamar. Ap
ply by mail to Harper A Bros., Publish
ers, 518 Kittredge Bldg., Denvar, Colo.
International Live Stock Exposi
tion Chicago, Deo. 1-5, 1906, rate
$28.65 (or round trip. Dates of
sale Deo. Ist to 4th inclusive, final
return limit Deo. 10.
For Sale
108 Shares of Fort Lyon water.
C. S. Smith.
FOR SALE CAEAP —New seven room
house and all household goods. Inquire
at 410 W. Elm.
Tone the liver, move the bowels,
oleanse the system. Dade’s Little Liver
Pills never gripe.—Sold by The Up-to-
Date Drug Co.
s2o*ooo juat received for farm loans
No dalaya.
L. Wirt Markham.
The biggest and beat general rapair
ahop ever opened in Lamar, Ziegler A
Co.
Automobile and gasoline engine work,
at Zeiglar A Co.
1 Try Car ley’s Cough Cure
WINTER WEAR
FOR THE LITTLE ONES
O_ L Clsaa £ We now have the finest line of Baby Shoes ever displayed here. They are in fancy
DflUy Olioes colors* with soft soles and strap sandals, and delight all who see them.
| j f ii To go with the shoes we have the Eiffel brand of Infants' Cashmere Hose In red,
1 niantS lIOSC blue, white and black. This is the finest hose made for infants, barring none,
and matches the baby shoes to a nicety.

I • are the VOKUe th,s 3 rear * White is the most popular, though colors are
DearSKin vOdlS also used. We can suit your taste in these goods, as we have both the
white and colored, ranging in sizes from ato 6 years. We also have As
trakan, Bearskin and Kinkledown by the yard.
vv r» j Our line of winter goods in all departments, for both young and old, is very
Tv intCr VJOOQS complete, and we are pleased at all times to have you inspect it. The goods
are all standard make, and give value received in durability and style.
Ask our salesladies to show you the DE
LUXE CORSET for fleshy ladies. It is
simlpy perfect, and a never break.
Tbe WJ JOHNSTON MERCANTILE CO
116-118 South|Hain*Street
THE LEADING
TOY STORE OF LAMAR
An inspection of our store will quickly convince you that we Other
have more and better Toys than all other atores combined. Every- - . -
111 111V thing that Santa Claus could give to boys and girls will be found I I OI llltiy
jjwlLaa, here at low cash prices. Only an outline of them is given below. Goods
K20. A FEAST OF GOOD TOYS —
Lamar Souvenirs
£5'-, m _ „ „ ._ , We lead in handsome Lamar souv-
JL Toy Dishes Railroad Trains enirs. as usual, and have added
▼ Complete sets of toy dishes, some Complete trains with engines, several new views to our series.
' of fine ware and handsome pat- strong and durable, at We have the sugar factory, the
«. terns, at from 40c to $2.00 Lamar Milling and Elevator Com-
R , ■ pany’s plant, the Amity headgate,
I ° * Hill Climbing Toys «»'" *|» e Union and Davies
n hotels, and other good views, all
■ Alphabets and Blocks A new an d ver y popular thing in Q n fine ware in a variety of designs,
Very fine alphabet blocks and the mechanical toy line. Prices an d at prices ranging from
It building blocks, handsome and from 25c uo
durable, at 75c to $2.50
15c—25c 40c—75c-$1.00 ~ “ Hand Painted China
For a valuable and lasting gift
Mechanical Toys Hose carts and wagons with reels, nothing is superior to a set of our
t| I , .. , . hose, firemen, horses and equip- genuine hand painted Japanese
1/ The biggest line of these goods menti at f ca , after dinner and chocolate
| II ever brought to Lamar. Come in j 2 .50 sets. They are fine values at
If and see them. They will suit you. * 7
\ it PriCCS ranEC fr ° m Stoves and Ranges * 10 * nd * 15
) 25C ‘° $3 00 Tnv stoves and ranges in all sizes. ° ur lioe ? l P 1 *" 5 ' cu .? s \ saueer3 '
. D „ nickel plated, complete and prac- etc. ■» unexcelled.
‘ Steam Engines and Pile DHvera (jcal at H from p r Cutlery
A These are our leading high grade 35 C to $4.50 . . „ _ ,
toy. They afford amusement and The Jordan & Case cutlery has no
instruction to the young and train Dolls superior in the world. It needs
- them in mechanics. Prices from no recom rendation to good
in eoeft We challenge comparison of our judges. We have a full line of
/gaSK 4UC O doll stock with any ever brought these goods at the lowest possible
r9&Tw to Lamar. We have some beau- prices. For instance, we sell*fine
Doll Buggies and Carts ties t h a t w jH make the eyes of the Carving-Sets at from
§ A The stock of these goods is too little girls dance with delight when $2 50 to 13 00 *
W m large to particularize. See them they see them Christmas morning. # *
K and judge for) ourself. Anything Dolls in every size and style, at
1; you want in this line at from prices ranging from
A Small Reserves Goods
' J Sty These make a nice present for ,the
* n n ‘ cc dc s, g ns low prices. *|
THE FAIR I Opera House |

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