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Evoryone wants it. We help people to save their money by selling their groceries cheaper than other stores whioh are selling on oredit. Not everything ehedper, nor yet only a few “baits,” bnt a very marked saving on the whole line. Paying cash for goods is the easiest, safest and bast way to bay. ©ur Prices Show the Saving Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs. $l.OO saving 2 lbs. Large Box Best Crackers 20c saving 5c Sugar Cured Hams per lb. 12Jc saving 3|c per lb. Salt Cured Side Meat " JOc saving 4c “ Seedless Raisins “ JOc saving 5c “ Prunes, fresh and fine “ JOc saving 2\c “ Sweet Com 3 cans 25c saving 5c _______ THE LAMAR REGISTER T. 3C. ZSOTT3-3Ka?-X- City S Altos ABSTBiLCTS The only set of Numerical Abstracts of ths Records of Prowers County. Abstracts to Farm and City Proper ty furnished on shortest no hoe. Also owners of Bald win, Jay & Co.'s Abstracts of Prowers Cownty Rec ords previous to the fire of 1888. Terms reasonable. Address, riOIEBS COURT! ABSTRACT CO. Zimmx, Colow&e MONEY TO LOAN Plmty of Ohoop Money for Upood Farm and Olty Loans. Oall and see me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. Mr. Parnell of Oklahoma ia in Lamar visiting wilh his brothsr-in law, A. C. firunar. At torn ay O. G. Sana of La Junta la looking after tha interaat of aome of his elianta An Lamar today; L. Wirt Markham left laat weak for soutbarn California whara ha will visit wilh hia wifa and daughter. MrsJ. K. Doughty and daughter, Mias Elizabeth, returned home from Denver tha first of thia weak. Tha ladiaa of Lamar are giving a big leap year danoa at tha new temple to night, and a big time is expected by all. E. E. Butler and Son have a large ad of their big Good Business Sale in thia iaaus. Bead it and yon will be interested. Granby Hillyar has been in Denver several daya this week and expects to taka in tha big republican banquet to night. Mias Carter, of Chicago, who haa been visiting with her cousin, Mrs. 0. S. Smith returned to her home tha first of tha weak. Mrs. J. A. Payne left thia weak for tha eastern markets whara aha will purchase a large slook of apring millinery for tha trade hare. Tha New York Store is making a spaaial sale this week. It will open on Friday and continue to the following Saturday. See their big ad. Tha Royal Mala Quartette, the laat number of the lecture course, gave an entertainment at tha opera house to a large audienoe tonight. The young men gave a good, clean, popular program that was pleasing to all the audienoe, and was s fitting finish for the most popular lec ture course ever given in Lamar. jv There is never a question as to Wj H the absolute parity and health- KJI fV fulness of food raised with Q D* PRICES H BAKING POWDER H lIQi a pure, cream of tartar powder LJRJ Its fame is world wide Rgn No alum; no phosphate of lime ni See the new ad of Margraves Cash Grocery on thia page. Ray Gould has been at horn# tha past week with his parents. Misa Pearl Lay ia in Lamar today hav ing oome to attend tonight's ball. Henry Lagueof La Junta, oame down today to attend the leap yaar ball. J. K. Mullen ef Denver was a Lamar visitor today looking after his Prowers county interests. James Garrett, who formerly lived here, oame down from Colorado Springs to look after his property. The Pastor ofthe Methodist Church wilfspeak~on~the character mud life' of Abraham Lincoln next Sunday evening. Hon. A. N. Parrish went to the state capital,yesterday, to be present at the Linooln day banquet of tha republican state organisation. Chaa. Maxwell, the stock dealer, want to Denver this weak to settle with the railroeda fore oar of horses burned at Cheyenne last week. Mrs. O. 8. Smith entertsiaed s few of her lady friends at '’Bridge” last Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. J. Soott Rob ertson and Miss Carter. Dr. J. S. Hasty spent several daya last week in Denver transacting business , before the state land board in the in ! terest of the Fort Lyon Canal. Mrs. W. J. Johnston entertained a number of her lady friends at a thimble tea last Friday afternoon and all pass ed a moat delightful afternoon. Mrs. J. Soott Robertson and daughter Mias Beatrice, visited with Lamar friend several days laat week, returning to their borne in Kansas City on Monday G. W. Moore, of the firm of J. C. Moore A Co., of Amarillo, Texas, oame up from Vilas, Baca county, thia week Hia firm will soon open their office in Lamar. Uncle'Tom’s Cabin visited the opera house laat night and of course drew a crowd. Th# parade was a great attrac tion to tha children in apite of tha inole raent weather. Rev. Keiry and wife of Monte Vista are in Lamar thia week visiting their son Rev. W. G. Keiry of the Presbyterian church and wife. Rev. Keiry Sr. has been pastor at Monte Viata for 21 years. Hon Regann, tha cartoonist, will draw bis intoraatiog pictures representing various members of society this Thurs day evening at the Methodist Church. There will be no charge for admission. M. J. MoMillian was in Lamar thia week issuing the official call for the annual meeting of the Bent and Prowers iJounty Cattle and Horae Growers Asso ciation, whioh will hold at Las Animas on Feb. 24. Mr. Robert E. Mitchell and Misa Viola B. Hiner, both of Lamar, were united in marriage this afternoon. The happy oouplo have many frienda here who ex tend beat wishes and congratulations. They will make their home here as tha groom holds a position with the W. M. Dickinson Lumber Co. The Stub train, whioh it was announ ced would be taken off by the Santa Fs, will still run from La’Junta'to.Syracuse as the rates in Colorado will justifv its maintenance. Among the Prowers County visitors at the state capital today waa J. S. McMur try of Holly, republican state oomtnit toeman, who attended the committee meeting and banquet. Mrs. G. J. Garvin entertained a num ber of her lady friends at a thimble tea yesterday afternoon at her home on Sixth street. A very pleasant after noon was passed by all present. The many friends in Lamar of Mrs. H. 8. Thatcher were glad to learn that she waa improving rapidly since the operation whlob was preformed at St. Joseph's hospital in Denver laat week. It is not often that thia aeotion has a February rain, but tha one commencing Monday night and continuing for about twenty-four hours, waa a aplendid irri gation for the whole country, and about 1)4 inohas of rain fell. The Lamar Catholics are making ar rangements to have a resident priest in the future. Father Raatian of La Janta haa been chosen for the place. Consid erable improvements are being made on the church property now. The walla of the new city hall are now up and it maksa a very fine showing. It is evident that it ia to be one of the most ornamental additions to the public buildings of our beautiful city, and oua we will cot have to be ashamed of in a few years whsn Lamar ia a railroad center with a population of fifteen thou sand. The machinery ordered by Messrs. Anderson and Yockey, the oil experts, arrived yesterday and work will begin at once on drilling a hole down deep enough to test just what is located underneath us. We will soon know whether we are located above untold rioheeor just have the richest soil in the world, The meeting ofthe business man with a committee from the Rooky Ford beet growers association waa held in the town hall on last Thursday night. The 'situ ation in regard to the beot contracts was discussed at length and a represen tative oommittee of business men sp pointed to meet with the faotory mana gers and discuss the subject The Five Hundred Card Club met on last Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnston, and spec a few hours very pleasantly at cards and aooial inter course. The prize winners were Mrs. Mears, Mrs. Smith, Messers. Cooper and Bent. After the card games most de licious refreshments were served by the hos tees, and all present pronounced it a most enjoyable evening. K. E. Dunning died of cancer laat night shortly before midnight at his home at East Cliff. He has been a auff erer for about 18 months, and oame here from Lamar, Colo., and formerly lived in Texas. He was about 50 years of age and a prominent member of the Knights of Pytbias.—Santa Cruz Surf. Mr. Dunning was well known here and belonged to Lamar Lodge K. of P. Ha bad many friends in this vicinity who regret to hear of his death. County Building Site. At their meeting last week the com mieeionera ordered the purchase of the quarter block just north of the county jail from Wm. McClure for $3500 looted ing the two bouses now standing there on. The lot end house jast north of the oourt bouse was pat into the trade at $1650 by the county. This gives the oounty one ef the most desirable locat ions for a oourt house in the city as well as a half block of the most valuable real estate just off of Main street. The time will soon be I ere when a new oourt house will be a necessity as the capacity of the vaults in tbs old building haa been reached, and valuabla records ere now being kept in constant danger of fire. The court room has for years been inadequate to accomodate the public when any trial or meeting of public in torest baa been taking place. The ground secured is absolutely the beat located and most desirable that could be obtain ed, and we are glad to see the com mis sionera take bold of the matter while it was yet possible to secure snoh a good location. With tbe poatoffioe, oourt house and city hall all located within a distance of 600 feet those having public business to transact hare will find the moet convenient arrangement of any oity in the oountry. The Large Purchases Made in Our Store by the People in This Town Daring the Progress of Our Good Business Sale Ia rapidly depleting oar etoek. We therefore ask all those within reach who have not yet availed themselves of the phenomenal Rvalues} offered by aa to oome end do so at onoe. At the rate we are going, oar stook will be thoroaghly depleted within another week. Oome and aee the mag nificent soils, the beautiful warm overooata. The splendid trousers of which we have a variety of styles that will go with any'ooat or vest. Top ooale, storm ooats, fashionable hats, caps for dreas or stormy weather. Swell neokwear, shirts, under olothiog, hosiery. In feet] every thing that man, woman and children want. Quality of the highest. Prices lower for sueh qualities than you have ever seen in thia town before. Oome! THIS IS THE LAST CALL. Note a Few of the Values We are Offering You SHOES FOR 98c FOR $1.68 » House shoes, with leather soles and A table full of shoes, some of the best V- f-v fur tops, nice uppers and turned soles, values, that formerly sold at Iff# '•Vf? and odds and ends In Misses aa a5O and 3.00, will go at the pair |“ and children’s shots the pair at JJoC ■■■ A 'xMyM ~ FOR 5c AND 10c A / ’ ne we have one of the moat complete | !jf r \ lines of embroidery ever offered. F £ will buy you a good all wool sweater, (V 4 \ coat or plain turtle neck They were 1 vJ ® r “‘ barg *' n ' $ * a s“" d QRn HOSIERY i;- j iJSSI but you can have your choice for gJu J Odds and ends In hose, worth ifc to 20c, will be cleaned up at, the 1 ' W p* lr lOC V 11 M MISSES COATS = kl - ■ These will go at less than the cost LADIES DRESS SKIRTS i of making Sizes from 10 to 18 years Wo havc a nuraber of good# medium ; JS? to b® c,eane<l U P at ‘ the coat * $O.OO and cheap skirts to clean up at the fol . aj f a 1 on * y * lowing sacrifice prices: •T? 1.35,1.50 and 2.ooskirts..sl.oo =L t j ,11 ymjjf 2.50 skirts 1.50 boys’suits rtuea irf. J. J A large assortment, sizes 6 to 14 5.00 skirt. 150 y0( ,r.,. Suit, th.t .old at a.o, 3.00 7.00 skirt. 5.00 *"**—_J and ,j „ wi n a || ga , t the . - .gj MEN’S CLOTHING prlce °1;. “ MEN’S ODD PANTS A general clean-up ula on men’s We offer the following big reductions clothing. We are offering value, .nch WINTER WEIGHT UNDERWEAR Kool*. «« ot them nw and as ware asver before shown in the his- t tl of good quality; tory of our house. If you Intend to for boys ’ youth ® and children, in all ~25 P*nts now _ ;80c buy a.nit, now la your opportunity size, and kinds, 35® S»c values, 1.50 Pants now.. 98c h .„.|. to close out at, per garment, 1 n JO ° Pants now $1.40 to get an exceptional bargain. only | JJQ 3.50 Pant, now $l9B All 8.00 and 10.00 Suita are ( a no , now Choice 13.50 and 15.00 Suits $0,25 Don’t forget that we pay you Save the coupons that you got to close at. O to trade with us. We give you with your purchases at our Proportionate reductions on 4 per cent of all the cash you .tore The ..i,..u. all our high grad. suit.. .pend with u. We Issue a Twe„tv-f ve ln coupon with every cash pur- i wenty live dollars In coupons —————" chase. • rc worth a dollar to you. V RESOLVED A THAT WE ARH oTTOLL HAMMERING awav at THE TIME HA.S ARRIVED WHEN WE WUH To >®|l REDUCING OUR. STOCK CLEAN HOU.SE QUICKLY OE ALL REMAINING WE ARE STJLL AIAKIk/C THE^ WINTER MERCHANDISE. THE VERY LOW Cp A RKS FLY OUTOFOUR. PRICES ON ALL OF OUR REGULAR LINES or / GOODS, POSSESSING STYLE AND QUALITY, BU STER BRpV/N • WILL NOW SPEAK TOR THEMSELVES. E. E BIITLER & SON 200-202 SOUTH MAIN STREET '' \ dgLf LAMAR, COLORADO HAVING New Library. The library board is making a canvass of tha oity to aeoure funds far the oity library, and are meeting with very good Bucoeee, especially considering the pre sent money squeeze. Messrs. O. C. Good ale and L. M. Markham are the oommit tee to eelect the books, and they desire all our readers who will to submit a list of ten books to them as your cboioe of books, for the library. These lists will be used to assist the uommitto in select ing the books they will purchase with the money subscribed. The building is certainly a beautiful one and well plan ned, and it ia the desire of the board to have a library that will be in keeping with the building. Lamar has lcng wanted and needed a public library and now that it is a certainty it ia hoped that all our citizens will take an interest in it and do all they poeeibly can to help make it a success. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness to us during the recent illnees and death of our hus band and father. Mrs. Amelia Bates. Wm. Bates. Mrs. Russel Clark. Mrs. Wm. Houston. E. J. Bonner, the eye specialist, will be in Lamar on February 17, 18 and 19. Headquarters at Mrs. H. R. Case's residence. Grand opening ball given by Prof. B. F. Owens of St. Louis, at opera house, Monday, Feb. 17. Dancing school from 7 to 8 o’clock. Dance from 8 to 1 Music by La Juntn orchestra. Your skin should De clear and bright if your liver is in normal condition. Dadea Little Liver Pille act on the liver and headache, oonatipation and bilious ness disappear. Price 25c. Sold by The Up- to-bate Drug On. Bees laxative cuugh syrup , ' CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURI FOOD AND DRUOS LAW. An Improvement over many Cougn, Lung and Bronchial Remedies, because It rids system of a cold by acting as a cathartic on the bowels. No opiates. Guaranteed ta tfvi satisfaction or money refunded. Prepared by PINEULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO. U.flt A* For Bala bvTne Uo-to-Date Orus Co. WANTED—A tew more horses to keep on.»alfalfa pasture at $l.OO per month. Inquire uf E Dewey. Denning’s Photo Studio is open every day in the week. Sundays 10 to 2:30. For Rent—Several good bosses. In quire of J. D. Martin, 108 Seoond street. FOR SALE—Two colls, age 1 % and 2% years old. These oolts are of good stook, sired by Prince Idler. Price reasonable. J. G. Boyd. It is a well known fact that persons living in tbe pine.foreete do not sniffer from kidney diseases. One dose of Pine ules at night usually relieves baokache. 30 days treatment $l.OO. Your money refunded if not satisfied. Sold by The Up-to-Dato Drug 00. The best apples to be had this season will be at Margrave’s tuis week. Don’t fail to see them and get prices. It comes put up in a collapsible tube with a nozzle, easv to apply to the sore ness and inflammation, for any form of piles; it soothes and relieves pain, itch ing and burning. Man Zan Pile Reme dy. Price 500. Guaranteed. Sold by The UD-to-Dato Drug Co. 'u* (J Beat Coaca Syrup. Tan tun Good. Dm Klia gjpi Notice of Administrator’s Sale of Real Estate. State of Colorado. I i B tiie County Court County of l'roworn. J lu the Matter of the Kntato of I Charloa il. Fry barker. Deceased, J Notice in hereby «lvon that ou Monday, the Mth day of February. A. L>. IVON, at S o'clock, in the afternoon of nani day at tbo west front door of the oounty coart houae at the Town of Lainar, in the County of i'rowura and State of ( 'olorado; that 1. it. Needham, administrator of the eatate of Charles 11. Pry barker, deceased, pursuant to tbe order of the County Gourt of ths said County of i'roweni and State of Colo rado. made and entered ou tbo Z7th day of Jan uary, A. U. IIWB, will sell at public sale all the interest of the said estate of the said Charlos 11. yrybar««r, deceased, for cash, in and to the following described real estate situate in tbe County of I'rowers. Slate of Colorado, to wit: Part of the northeast quarter of the south west quarter of section eighteen township twenty-two south of range forty-four, lying north and east of tho right of way of the Amity Canal, about thirteen acres, .Also beginning at a point thirty (30j feet north of a point thirty (80j feet west of corner of sections nineteen and thir ty, township twenty-two range forty-four, and sectious twenty-four and twauty-hve township twenty-two range forty-live: thence north three hundred sixty throe (SttUj feet; thence west nix hundred (SOU) feet; thence aouth three hundred sixty-throe (803) feet: thence east six hundred (OUU) feet to the plaoo of beginning, containing live (5) acres. Also the following described property in Carlton, to-wit: Lot two in block four, Lotn eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, four teen and tlfteeu, and eighteen, ninoteeu. twenty and twenty-one in block three. Lots eight, eleven, twelve, thirteou, fourteen and lWtoeu in block four. Lot one iu block nine. Lois live and seven in blook ton. Lots six aud eight in block olaveu. Lot fifteen in block hftoeu. Lots four, seven aud nine in block seventeen. Lots three and four iu block eighteen. Lot three in blook twenty-live. Lot six in block twenty-nina. Lot one in block thir live. Lot nine in blook thirty-eeven. All in Prowers County and State of Colorado, Dated at Lamar. (Colorado, this 27tb day of January, A. D. IVUB, a. NEEDHAM. Administrator of tha Batata of Char las H. Dyjeasad, STRAYED —From Lamar a bay mare with star in forehead branded VIV, ahod all around, oame from Our farm north of Prowera. ‘ Finder will be rewarded on bringing mare to C. 0. Huddleston. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DarAß-ntBMT or rma Imtbbxob Uod Office at Lamer, Colo. Jen. IS. 190* Notion is hereby given that Alve B. Dealer, of Laraar, Colo., hen Hied notice of hie inten tiou to make tiuai.llre year proof in aapport of hu» cieirn. vie: Homestead Entry No.MSI made April 8, 1901, for tbo lota 2 s, 4, end S.leaetion 10. tuwuehip It a. range 47 w, end that aeld proof will be inedo before the Regia tar end Beoolvor at Lamer. Colorado, on April 8, ISOS. lie duuw the following wit nee see ta prove hl.oontinuoua raaidenoe upon, end eoltlvetleu of, the land, vis: Charles W. W.igkt. Uruoe Newman, John J. Thomen. Lewis Jaaaup, ell of Lamer, Colorado. John ▲. Winnie nr Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Der A BTMBNT or TUB Intbbiob, Lend Office at Lamer, Colo., Jan. 18,1908. Notice ia hereby given that M. Belle Meta, of l.amar, Colorado, baa filed notioe of hla in tention to m&ko final commutation proof in xupport of hie claim, via: Homestead Batry No. S*Jt maio December Stb, 1908, for the southeast k Section 19 Township 14 8. Hangs 48 W, and that said proof will be made before KegUter A Receiver, at Lamar, Colo., , on Feb. 27th, 1901. He names the following witnesses to prova hla continuous resldanoe upon, and cultivation of, the laud, vis: ! Harry Haokett, Seth E, Bedmocd, Richard B, Ball, and Isaac (irimslsy, all of Lemur, Colo, I Jou A. WII II * MB.