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Some Extras in Groceries
You Mav Need Them Pore Italian Olive Oil, half pints, pints, quarts, gallon. This is the finest oil pressed from olives, and our assortment of sizes is complete Olives, all size bottles, and we have the Jumbo Queens in bulk at the low price of 30c per pint Heinz Malt, Vinegar, in quart bottles for salads Cherries in Maraschino, quarts and pints Libby’s Chow Chow, 8 z. and 16 oz. bottles I Libby’s Beef Extract, regular size 45c Beechnut, Sliced Beef, unquestionably the finest C. L. MARGRAVE THE LAMAR REGISTER T. 3C. 330TT0-3XT-X- Clty Editor ABSTILZLCTS The only set of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Prowers County. Abstracts to Norm and City Proper ty furnished on shortest no tice. Also owners of Bald - win , Jay dk Co.'s Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords precious to the fire of 1888. Terms reasonable. Address , PROWERS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Xamxxzmr. Colorado MONEY TO LOAN Plenty of Cheep Money for good Perm end City Loan*. Cell end ooe me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. t Attorney W. E. Fern made a baa ineas trip to Granada today. J. Li. Mayfield waa up from GraDada on buaineaa the first of the week. W. a Smith thia week eold hia reei- 1 denoe on the corner of Ninth and Elm etreeta to Wm. McClure. Seat* on aale at Myera drug atore for the Jnbilee aingere at the opera houae Saturday night Mar. 14. Mrs. Sibbie Webb came down from Canon City laat week and visited her aon and daughtera here several daya. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Denning are now et home in their new brick residence on Fourth etreet recently purchased and improved. The eooial oirole will meet with Mra. F. -. Smith Friday afternoon at 2:30. ▲ll members o. the church and congre gation invited. Nova Butlsr wae in Lamar laat week viaiting hia mothar Mra. E. E. Butler. He is taking it easy now and aays he ban not got tired of reeting yet. Mr. and Mra. 0. M. Ward and Mrs Wilson left on Sundsy for a visit of aev oral weeks in Washington, New York and ether eastern cities. Mr. end Mrs. John McKinley arrived In Lamar last Saturday for a short visit They are now located in San Franoitco, end will return there in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Collinge visited their boo in Lamar last week. Mr. Col lings ie the senior member of the firm of W. P. Collinge A Co. of this piece. Mrs. C.C. Goodale entertained a num bar of her lady friends last Thursday ■afternoon et her handsome home on South Main street. Five Hundred was the game played, end the afternoon wa s greatly enjoyed by ell present. For making - yiJC/ quickly and perfect //Fks ly, delicious hot biscuits, fljMf hot breads, cake and pas- wUPAI try, there Is no substitute lor PRICES ft L \n» ihe poisonous nature ot alum j g/ 9 Is 80 well known that the jTWnM W-Sl sale ot condiments con- /e/f , fining It Is problb* yjajw \ NSJL. tied by law, No doubt a big crowd will hear the Jubilee aingera at the opera houoe Sat urday-night Mrrch 14. The Santa Fe railroad has settled with County Treasurer Adkins for the first half of their taxes now due. The amount materially swelled John's bank account. This afternoon Mr. Carl Churoh and Mias Lola McGregor, both of Lamar, were united in marriage. They will make their home here where the groom is holding a good job. Their many friends extend heartiest congratulations. Dr. John Fewkea arrived in Lamar on Monday and has been spending the week with friends here. He reports his family to be in Kentucky at present and enjoy ing good health. His Lamar friends were glad to meet him once more. Meeera. Harry and Frank Rose, two of the moetenergetio and prosperous young farmers of the north aide, left laat week for Winfield. Kansas, where they expect bo take charge of a farm near that city which their father reoently purchased. Wm Eoee and family left laat week for Winfield, Kansas, where they exp ect to make their home in the future. They were among the most respected and well eeteemed citizens oitizens of the great north aide and had many friends in La mar and all their neighbors and friends greatly regret to see them leave. L. Wirt Markham returned on Monday from the longest vacation he has taken in thirty odd years, which he spent in California with hia wife. He enjoyed the trip greatly hut says ha ia glad to get back to work and Lamar again. He got into the harness again at once and ia looking after the many enterprises in which he is interested. Married—On last Thursday evening Mr. Gerald Mouining and Miss Inez Gamble, both of Lamar, were united in marriage at the home of the bride’s par ante. Both of the happy couple have long been residents of Lamar and have a host of friends here whose best * iahes go with them in their new life. They left on Friday morning for Pueblo where they will make their home for the pres ( ent. Paul Denning reoently secured a fine photo of the Hardaorabblecrop of alfalfa -teed lined up before the office of the Lamar Seed Co. There were aix big loads of it amounting to over 35,000 pounds, wdich brought the fat sum of *4200. A pretty good crop for an off year and especially when the same alfalfa yields two good oropa of hay besides. This fine ranch of Messrs. O. N. and B. VV. Koen haa always made a specialty of alfalfa, and found that it pays. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mears on last Fri day evening entertained the Five Hun dred Club at their home on Fourth street There was a large attendance and every body enjoyed the evening immensely. It is even said that Meara himself became so interested that he temporarily forgot i where hia ooal mine ia located. After the game delecious refreshments were served by the hostess. The prize winners for the evening were Mrs. Bent. Mrs. Wilson, Messrs. Johnsron and Sayler. i i Dont fail to go to the opera house , Saturday evening March 14 and hear the Tennessean Jubilee singers. Word basbeen received from Kentucky of the death of John Cash, who lived here for some time and was much res pected by all who knew him. It was while here that his misfortune befell him, which necessitated his being sent to the Dr. Work sanitarium Relations from Kentuoky sent for him and it waa hoped he was recovering when the change for the worst name. Citizens Convention. The convention at the court house last night waa the largest that ever gathered in Lamar for the purpose of nominating a ticket. The court room was jammed full everywhere and the cor ridors and adjoining rooms were tilled, and many citizens turned away when they saw that it was crowded, and knew there would be no contest as to nomina tion. It waa a rapreaentative gathering, too, including all classes of our oitiz-ms, both men and women. The Newa list of Jea d ing taxpayers were all there but two, and one of those has announced hia hearty support oe the tiakat. There were also dozens of more heavy taxpayers many of whom have paid taxes in Lamar for over twenty years. It wae an enthusiastic orowd too and anyone present could not help but feel that ir carried victory with it for the tiokat nominated. It waa called together at 8 o’clock by the chairman, L. M. Markham, and on motion Hon. C. C, Goodale was unanim ously elected o airman, and JoeT. Law less secretary. A ticket oomposed of the outgoing city officials was nominated by Hon. A. N. Parrish as follows: For Mayor, Chas. Maxwell; for trustees, L. J. Hutchins, N. N. McLean, Morton Strain. This ticket waa unaminoualy declared the choice of the convention amid rousing cheers. A committee to fill vacancies and cal) next convention was on motion named by the chair as follows: F. H. Rosaorans C. W. Heaton and Geo. B. Merrill. F. H. Roascrana was elected chairman and Joe T.Lawless secretary of the com mittee. After the business waa transacted speeches on th a issue of the campaign were made by Messrs, Goodale, Parrish, Hasty and Hillyer which ware heartily applauded by the convention. Going After Coal. The money haa bean subscribed by the busineee men of Lamar and some from Lea Animas to thoroughly teat the reported ooal field northwest of Lamar with a oore diamoad drill, and aee just exactly what ia there. If nothing is found we will be no worse off than at present, but if the good vein of ooal is found as many firmly l>elieve will be done, the prospect for Lamar’s future will be unlimited. The owners of the drill accompanied by T. J. Sayler and and E M. Mears visited the section , where the recent discoveries were made ( on last Saturday and an agreement wae | made for the bringing of the machinery from Trinidad and making a thorough test. Saturday Marsh 14. The Columbia Tennesseans gave their singing entertainment in theopera house last night under the auspices of the B.Y. P.U. lecture course. They drew the lar gest audience af the entire winter and pleased every one if oontmous laughing and applauding ia any indication. The Tenneaeeana are all splendid singers and good comedians as well. The male quartette is alone worth the admission charged. They were generous in res ponding to the many enoorea. They have been engaged for next win ters course. They come here under the auspioee of the Presbyterian Social Circle. Teachers Examination. Notice is hereby given that the regu lur examinations of tench*re for Prowers ( County will be be'd ul the court house in Lamar and at Granada on Thursday I aud Friday, March 19 and 20, 1908. The ‘ high school examinations will be held 1 ! at same places on Saturday, March 21, 1908. C. G. SMELTZ, County Superintendent MILLINERY Street and tailored Hats now on display ‘ The latest and tuoet stylUh line ever shown in Lamar. We invite one and all to attend our Mil linery Opening March 21 W. J Johnston Merc. Co. FOR RENT —Some good alfalfa land. Inquire of W. H. Mcßride. O-i* thousand dollars to loan on good real estate security. 0. Q> Goodale A Carnival of Bargains We present herewith a few sample bargains from our immense stock. You will find these goods to be just as we represent them, and splendid values for the money. There are many more equally as good that we have not space to enumerate here. Seize the money-saving opportunity while it is open CLOTHING SALE SOME GOOD ONES BLANKETS AND COMFORTS We are offering some great clean-up A large line of calicoes in the best p. Good heavy >2.00 comforts for_„ $1.65 bargains in fall and winter weight colors and kinds to go at, per yd “ “ 1* 75 “ J-55 clothing. We have all sizes and a nice Several hundred yards of good, high " “.. I* 6 ® cottoh comforts 1.15 variety of colors. These suits are all g'a d " lndia Imen in mill ends worth 2 *5 >2-4 blankets, ex quality for 175 in new goods and up-to-date styles. 20c to 25c, to go at, lA n ??? „ V& $13.50 suits for $8.25 per yard -I UC j 10-4 « “ 75C 15.00 suits for 8.25 A quantity of good ginghams that for- .75 10-4 “ “ 50c 12.50 suits for- 8.25 merly sold for 12 i-2c and isc will be .65 io-4 “ ** 40c 10.00 suits for- 8.25 offered at the special price of, A_ 125 good heavy comforts for 90c 7.50 suhs f°r r ::::::::::::: is! per yard 9c wear?regular > soc vahfes'to'close '■''qL CARPETS AND RUGS SHOES AT $1.68 at, the garmcnc I «jC 75c all wool carpets at, per yard.. 59C ... , , , . —65 c fill carpels at ... 50C We have some of the best makes of 50c ingrain carpets, good value.. 40c shoes in ladies and misses sizes, worth SPECIAL EMBROIDERY SALE 35c carpets at. 25c trom *2.5° to *3.50 a pair, «. jg 25c carpets at.. 20c your choice of any for w I During the next few days we wil open wool in „ rain rugs at JSJS our entire line ol embroideries, allover brussells rugs,.. SIZSO to $1650 TftWFIS ? AND 10r laces, all over embroidery, etc. We axministers at.. $22.50 to S2SJW lUWLL3 0 ANU lUC have these goods from the narrowest * A larß< . and wc|l selected line t o We have about twenty dozen towels to wldest > and at ' ow P rlccs - choose from. We also have a nice that formerly sold for 15c which ■ ‘ line of small rugs to be cleaned up at we will close at lUC TORCHON LACE big reductions. About eighteen dozen crash and cotton ■■ 1,1 ■■ ■ towels, regular price ioc. to close Several hundred yards of good p a tlhiriUDU/U AD DTP at OC wide Torchon lace to go at per yd QC UIWLK ffLAii, LI L . ■' ■■ ■■■ ~~ —^Muslin gowns, chemisettes, corset INDIAN HEAD MUSLINS OUTING FLANNEL I covers, skirts, pants, in sets to match. Shut waist suits, shirt waists, white Several hundred yards of white Indian 5,000 yards of outing flannel that sells skirts, etc. We have a full and com- Head muslin that formerly sold ■»» regularly at ioc a yards will be q plete line of these gooda at prices that at 20c a yard, to clean up at |QQ closed out at this sale at OC are by far the lowest in Lamar. aY’Jf >IO * v/.JHTO 3 W V dITN O*T US . YOU CAN UST \JS >u YODfX 5 R’BROWM 1 „ tr ...... -- E. E. BtfTLER & iSON Don’t forget that we pay you Save the coupons that you gat to trade with us. Weglveyou c'-Miru luriTU QTDPCT wlth > ,our purchases °“ r 4 par cent ol all the cash you 200-202 SOU_TH MAIN STREET ltorc . Th valuaWa. .pend With us. Welssue* LAMAR, COLORADO Twenty-live dollar. In coupon* coupon with ovary cash pur- * chase. are worth a dollar to you. So The Public May Know. The News of Tuesday evening stated that there waa a “Saloon Caucus last night.” Just for the information of the public we publish the names of those who were present at that caucus: W. J. Johnston W. C. Gould Morton Strain J. W. Bent C. R. Beardsley Mayor Maxwell C. R. Strain W. A. Merrill G. B. Merrill F. G. Henkins Dr. C. S. Wilson RE. Strain J. B Trailer O. W. Everett C. C Huddleston L. E. Butler Geo. B. Coover L. J. Hutchins E H. G-'recke C C. Goodale A. N. Parrish F. H. Rosacrans A W. Creager N. N. McLean Dan R McLean Dr. E E. Bertelt 1 H. Myers D. L. Silver F. J. McCarty Granby Hillyer J. T. Lawless I. C. Downing C W. Luok C W. Heaton Dr. J. V. Sayler F. M. Hunt C S. Da ’is Fred H. Kelsey E. H. Applegate T. J- Sayler W. E Easton Frank Cook W. M. Dickinson H. P. Syp G. 11 Thomas Geo. Cutler MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 2t. Street and Tailored Hat now ondisplay. W. J. Johnston Merc.« o. 4'J0,000 just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wirt Markham. The very prettiest Hate at Mrs. E. C. Kay’s Millinery store. While Plymouth R >ck E<gs For Sale 75c per setting. $4.00 per hundred. Phone Lamar 112, or Robinsons Harness Shop. Use DeWitt’s Little Early Risers, pleasant little pills. Tney are easy to take. Sold by The Up-To-Date Drug Co. try Carlay’s Cough Cur* “AT ITHE STORE OF QUALITY” Evau|ezteQHivaljiadrartiaed article* uaanet long survive without merit. Lines that have the widest publicity and the largest sale hare a rep utation built solely upon the meritsj* of the goods advertised. Among those that have “made good”Jin thia age of competition we find D. Ghlrardelll’s Ground Chocolate Wedding Breakfast Coffee Schilling Brothers’ Teas, Extracts and Spices Gurtice Brothers’ Blue Label Catsup and Ganned Goods Heinz’s 57 Varieties Pickles, Ghow Ghow, Baked Beans, etc You are sure of the best if,you trade here. Only dependable goods|carried. HUNT BROTjHERS Leading GashjGrocers Notice of Pinal Settlement In the Matter of the Estate of William M.Boott, deceased. Notice is hereby given that on Monday, the Btli day of April, A. D. 19US, beinjr one of the i rotfular days of the March term of tbs County Court of Prowers County, State of Colorado, I, . J. L May Hold, administrator of the estate or 1 William M. Scott, deceased, will appear befor the Judge of the said court; present my final report a* each administrator, for the approval of the same, and will then apply to be disebarg , ed a* such administrator, at which time and plauo any porson in interest may appear and present objections to the same if any there be. Dated at Lamar, Colorado, March 10 lUOB. J. L. MAYFIELD. Administrator of the Estate of William M. ■antt. dsnansad NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION • Land Ofiioe at Lamar, Colo.. Feby. 7. 1903. » Notioe is hereby given that Angie McClure. , of Lamar. Colo., lisn tiled notice of hi* intention r to make final flvo year proof in support of bin , claim, viz: Homo*toad Entry No. StH. inado ’ Dec. W, 1902. for tho Ntf NEE section 82 and NV4 NWJE of section M, township 23 Mouth, 1 range 10 west Oth P- M.. and that said proof 1 will bo made before the Register and Receiver | - at Lamar, Colo., on April 7, 19J4. I He names the following witnosso. to prove In* 1 continuous residence upon and cultivation of, I the land, vis: Edgar M. Steward, L, Wirt Markham. Ell wood E. Pike. Herbert M. Wheeler, all of La- < mar. Colorado. TIT mfr Jou A. VukUAiu, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Omos at Lamab. Colo, i Feby. 25. lOOa. $ Notice iehereby ifiven that Charles F.Patteaaon of Lamar. Colo., baa Mod notioe at his intention to make final lire year proof lu support of liie claim, via: Homoeteaid Bn try No. Mttl made -March 10, 1002, for tba southeast ■ liiarter, sec. 10. tp. 22 s, rau 47 w, and that said proof will bo made before Koiriater <fc Receiver ut Lamar. Colorado, on April L IWh. 110 names tbo folio win* witnesses to prove his continuous r-xidoucu upou and cultivation of said land, vis: Robert A. He Ribbon, Roy L. Sarjrent, Flor once S. Southard and Scott McKittriek, all of Lamar. Colorado. uam Join A. Wu.».i4—. Kagjtaa.