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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, October 02, 1907, Image 5

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CORSET COMPANY, will be at our <»- / ’/WNs ;»
atore all next week, from MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1 ,
until SATURDAY. OCT. 13. She will demon- *' /111 1! I J
stratethe kind of corset each lady requires for / • JyA\ J
style and comfort. Her services are free to S' / 1* ♦
everyone. Come In and be fitted by the drir- f
onstrator. You are not obliged to purchase. j| \ cor**! co. sm. Makars • 7
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--0 City Xdltox
7*4# onZy of Numerical
Abstract* of the Records of
Prowers County. Abstracts
to Farm and City Proper-.
ty furnished on shortest no
ttce. Also owners of Bald
win, Jay ifc Co.'s Abstracts
of Prowers County Rec
ords precious to the fire of
1888. Terms reasonable.
XAixkM, Colorado
Plenty of Cheap Money for
uood Farm and City Loan*.
Call and see mo.
M. J. McMillin was a Holly viailor tbw
latter part of last week.
Dr. C. Milligan, of Vilas, Baca county,
was in Lamar on Monday.
W. A. Merrill went to Denver on laet
Friday morning and is stid there
E. R. Hobbs writes from Buhl, Idaho,
to havavdie Register atnl to him
Mrs. J. A. Rosebrough, of Oranada,
was a Lamar visitor »n last Saturday.
Mrs. J. F. Gurry returned today after
a visit of three weeks to her old home in
Uranby Hillyer spent several days in
Denver last week attending to legal
Mrs. H. 8. Thatcher lsft last Satur
day for Denver where sh* visits for
several weeks.
Dr. R. D. Wilson, of Holly, and O. P.
Swope, of Grenada, were county seat
via tors yesterday.
Born—On last Thursday morning to
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Shappell, a nine
pound boy. All doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Pilloud left the
first of the week for California where
they will spend the winter.
L. F. Adams is just completing a
number of improvements on his resi
dence property on Second street.
J. EX Mudd, a former resident of La
mar and vicinity is in town today visi
ting with relatives and old time frieuds.
The woman's league will hold its meet
ing at the Presbyterian church on Tues
day afternoon, October Btb, at 3 o'clock.
Mias Mamie Exline and her mother
left today for Rapid City, South Dakotn.
where they expect to spend the wider
" • /i \ Pore,Wholesome,Reliablelpl==
§j|y Cream of Tartar Baking Powder V=
m The cream of tartar used in Dr, Price’s Baking Powder fV" "■
- ■ is derived from grapes in the exact form and compos!- ■
~ I don in which it occurs in that luscious, healthful fruit I
EeA improves the Flavor and Adds /==
—\ To the Healthfulness of the Food J=.
■— ■ Its Use & Protection and 1 - -
\. a Guarantee Against J—
■ —Alum Food AT ■ .
G. B. MoNerney came out from Des
Moines today to look after his Prowers
county interest.
The sooial circle will meat at the
church Friday afternoon, Oct. 4tb, at
2:30. All members are requested to be
W. P. Willetts, of the sugar factory
foroe, left List Saturday for Grand Is i
land, Nsb n where he will remain soma
W. S. Smith returned 'from Rantoul,
Illinois, last Saturday accompanied by
hia family, and will again make their
home in Lamar.
E. M. Willoughby and family moved
thia w tek to their fine new residence on
Third street and are happy to be in
their own home.
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. McLean returned
on last Thursday from Chicago where
they had spent two weeks visiting and
attending to business.
J. B. Eagar, one of the prosperous
farmers at the Keesee station on the
Arkansas Valley line, was a Lamar visi
tor Friday of last weak.
The Woman's Club will have its first
meeting for the year at the home of the
president, Mrs. Jss. K. Doughty, on the
second Wednesday in October.
The dog and pony show on Monday
evening was unfortunate in striking tbs
worst evening of the month and did not
have a very large audience.
The rush of advertising this week com
pelled us to omit the installment of the
continued story, but next week two in
stallments will be published.
The ladies of the sooial circle will
give a harvest home dinner at the Pres
byterian church Thursday evening, Oct.
10th, commencing at 3:30 p. m.
Dr. Jones, of Granada, came up in his
horseless carriage on Monday, exoept
that the last part of the trip he was at
tached to a vebiola that had horses.
The oouncil opened bids for the new
city hall en Monday evening but as the
lowest bid was $12,135, all ware rejected,
and the plans will be modified some te
reduce the cost.
J. E. Dunbar, who haa bean repre
senting the Denver Music Co. in Lamar
for the past month or so, left yesterday
for La Junta, having dons s sues assful
bnsinsss hers. *
J. F. Coulter, owner of one of the fin
est north side farms, returned this week
from Denver where he spent the sum
mer. He was on hia way bsok to his
home in Drsxsl, Mo.
Tha entertainment by Pref. Gilson,
assisted by local talent at the opera
koase last Saturday evening was attend
ed by s fair sized sudisnos, and was
much appreciated by all.
Part of the new printing offioe of Era
eet Sohwah□ arrived last week and was
taken over to Wiley where Mr.
Schwabn is now doing job wor<<, al
though not yet in shape to get out a
The sugar factory began the regular
campaign tha first of tbs weak with s
force of nearly three hurdred men.
The receipts of beets are not heavy as
yet, but are gradually increasing and
the campaign will Boon be in full awi lg.
Albert Morich, of the Up-to Date Drug
Store, ie taking a short vacation and will
spend it in Denver.
Aug. F. Buok. the cantaloupe expert,
was up from Amity villa yesterday and
says they are still shipping cantaloupes
from there.
On last Thursday the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph O'Donnell living north
west of Prowers died after a short ill
ness. The little one was buried on Fri
day afternoon The parents have tbs
deepest sympathy of all in their loss.
On last Friday evening a large num
ber of our oitisens went out to the Meth
odist church to partake of the chicken
fry and pumpkin pie. Everyone com
pliments the supper given by the ladies,
and a large sum was netted for the
Married—Mr. D. E. Prints and Mias
F. Ethel Bell, both of Las Animas, ware
married at the Baptist parsonage Mon
day morning by Rev. Livingstone. The
happy oouple after a short visit to Golo
rrdo Springs will make their home at
Las Animas.
Remember that W. Powell Hale will
be here EYulay night Oct. Utb, a* the
opera house. Mr. Hale lean Imperson
ator, and wherever he haa been has
given great satisfaction. The enter
tainment that he gives is enjoyed by all
The profits of the entertainment go to
the public library fund. *
The New York Store will begin a big
fall sale on Oct. sth and continue until
the 12th. All next week Mias Hare,
repreaentmg the American Beauty Cor
set Co., will be at the store as demon
strator for that make of oorsets and will
be pleased to see the ladies of Lamar
and vioinity. See their big ads in this
A fire alarm from tha third ward ysa
terday evening drew the fire company
and a large crowd to the Morehouee resi
dence on North Main street, where s fire
bad started in a summer kitchen. I*
was connected by s covered entrance
with the wiatn residence, and it was
only fine work on the part of the
fire boys and crowd that saved the house.
Rooky Mountain Slavs was in Lamar
today and gave an exhibition of his
marksmanship at the stock yards this
morning to a considerable crowd of our
oitisens. He had wonderful control
over his rifle and created a good im
pression on all, but not good enough ao
thora weie any volunteers whan he
offered to shoot the ashes off any man’s
Deputy Sheriff Fred Lynch want
down to Kansas this week and returned
this morning with a oouple of residents
of that state, A. T. Parker and R. D.
Magee, liviog north of Syracuse, who
are churged with horse stealing. It is
all right for these Kansans to rob each
other, but we won’t stand for their ex
tending their operations into Colorado.
They took several horses from the Holly
and Granada region.
There is considerable oom plaint
among the farmers this year about the
size of the beets, sod as a result the
tonnage per acre will show a very marked
decrease. It looks now as if in spite of
the largely increased acreage there will
be no very great increase in the total
to. nage. Many lay the blauie on the
seed furnish* t as the condition se**ms to
prevail in all the auger beet sections of
the country. A few farmers who had
seed left over from last year claim to
' h ive us good a crcp as last year.
C. L. McPherson, who has broken all
records in this (section for continuous
government service, having been post
master at Holly for twenty-six years, hss
resigned that position and will move to
Colorudo Springs. Mr. McPherson re
cently sold hia large ranch near Holly
for the.sum of $75,000 Contrary to the
u<unl custom Mr. McPherson served bis
neighbors for years when there was prac
tically nothing in it, and resigns just as
it is beoomming a good thing. Ever
since Prowers oounty was organized he
haa been one of the liest known citizens
and a staunch republienn, and there wil|
be many citizens from all sections regret
to see him leave.
Dr. Bulette, of Pueblo, will be at the
Union Hotel. Lamar, Wednesday, Octo
ber 16th. Prac'ice limited to diseases
of the Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat, and
Fitting Glasses.
WAN I’ED Messenger boy, sls per
month, apply Western Union Telegraph
Wooltex NOW You Get the Pick Drop
Ctl/loc Later You Get the Remnants Cl/ii*4<»
/~kUR Fall w * nter stock is now JI\II
Coats V-/ in. " e are s h° win £ the larg-
Suits est, best assortment and most styl- Plain and
Skirts ish stock of Wooltex Suits and Coats changeable
for Ladies, Misses and Children ever ma de of
For shown In Lamar. oil-bolled
Well Dressed F° r Ladies Taffeta
■ •f We are showing Chiffon, Broadcloth and Panama, made
Women $5 to $35 AT all prices
F ur Misses Cloaks Cloaks
p'w a a made of broadcloth, kersey and novelty cloak-
Lie part ment ing, in black, brown, red, castor, blue and gray. The V come in P>» in » nd curl y
ages .6to 18 years bearskihs-white, blue, red. black
We can offer the leading furs allt * brown '
American Mink *2«t<>S|B° 0 CrUShed PIUSh
Japanese Mink and Astrachans I
Black Lynx “““
Isabella Pox
Kansas Beaver
■a• 11 • pv a We have Hoods and
id all styles, of scarfs and muffs iTllllinCry L/Cpi* and Lezgins to
a | pv . Street and dress hats are now ready for your match Children's
LOW ■ IICCS tall selection. More styles and a larger stock Cloaks
than you will find elsewhere in Lamar.
School Books and Supplies
As Usual, We Are Headquarters
119 Main Street, Lamar
Grocery Prices.
Granulated Sugar, 15 lbs SI.OO
Picnic Hams, per lb
Gallon cans Plums 350 <
White Beans. 5 lbs 25c '
Beat Japan Tea, per lb 500 |
Eng. Breakfast Tea. 750 grade 500 <
Fine Rio C ffee, per lb ;....15c \
Ann Jc Hammer Soda, 3 lbs 250 j
Mulches, 6 boxes 260
Phone Lamar 76.
Try CsHpv’r Cmijrh Cure
Clarke & j
Plumbers & Steamfitters ;
US 4
Gasaliie aid Steam Eagiae
Wart. Pamps i Wiadmills j
• 4
Oar Priooa are right. Give as a call J
Shop oae-half block east of <
Main St., south of Laundry j
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Try Car ley’s Cough Cure 4 j
la the Mmttor of the Kotatn of Jerome Hlnck-
Wfll, dncnaitoti.
Notice i* hereby tci»en. Hial on Monti.iy the
7lh day of Ootober, A. D., IMIf. IwiriK one of
the reirulmr dayh of the September. IWOT. term of
theCouuty Court *»f I‘ruwor* County, in the
State of Colorado. I.J. Ley Blackwell. Executor
of said estate, will aitpearbefore Uut Judge of Haiti
Court, present my Ihiai eofttiornent an such Ex
ecutor. pray the approval of Uie Haute, and
will theu apply to lie diem harmed hi hucli Exe
cutor. At which time and place any person in
internet may apiiear and present objections to
the same, if any there be.
Dated at Lamar, Colorado. September 4.
-I. Lky Bi.ai Kwki.L, Executor,
of the Entate of Jerome Blackwell, Onceanetl.
J. K. Doughty. Attorney.
S The latest in Quantity, S
• Quality amd good •
5 Workmanship 2
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s Postal Cigar. Stand :
A Good Place To Trade!!
Our Fall and Winter Stock of Furnishings is h
arriving daily. A big new line of Hats, Caps, B
Gioves, Overalls, Duck Coats, Etc. •
Shoe Department
Our stock of Men’s, Womin’s and Child
ren’s Shoes was never more complete. All
the latest styles and shapes y
Grocery Department
Our Grocery Department is chock full of
everything good to eat. Visit our store, get
prices, and see it this is not a good place to trade

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