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You Mav Need Them | Pure 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 oz. and 16 oz. bottles Libby’s Beef Extract, regular size 45c Beechnut, Sliced Beef, unquestionably the finest C. L. MARGRAVE THE LAMAR REGISTER 7. ac. aova-HTT City E<os » iLBSTB-ZLCTS The only set of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Protests Co unty. Abstracts to Norm and City Proper ty furnished on shortest no ttoe. Also owners of Bald iotn, Jay & Co.'s Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords previous to the fire of 1688. Terms reasonable. Address , MOVERS COURT! ABSTRACT CO. Tiamar. Colorado MONEY TO LOAN Plant* of Cheap Money for good Parm and City Loane. Call and eee me. L. WIRT MARKHAM. Mioa Yates returned from a visit to lowa this week. Born—On lsst Friday to Mr. and Mrs, Horaoe Williams, a tins son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burger have gone to lowa for an ex ten dad visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frazier entertained the Tenneaaaa Jubilee Singers on Sunday. Sheriff Thomas spent yesterday in Colorado Springs looking up some offen ders. Undersheriff Fred Lynch has been id Denver on official business several days this week. E. R. Yager is at it a?ain. and is buildtng a new residence house on South Tenth street. Mias M.£H. Exline and mother return ed from Dakota last week after an ex tended visit. Mrs. L. F. Adams returned from Colo rado Springs this weak, and is much im proved in health. The Majestic theatre is now giving regular nightly moving picture shows at the opera house. Henry the contractor, is build ing himself a fins residence in the Morehouse addition. J. B. Kasims, of Granada, was in La mar lsst Saturday looking after business matters in which he is interested. The Sunday School Association has bean bolding its meetings at the Pres byterian church in Lamar this week. j Henry Meyer and Thomas Hansen are , in Lamar today making the final settle ment in the estate of Peter K Hansen. J. A. MoDowall left for Indiana the first of the week to be present at an im portent law suit in which hia firm is in terested. W. F. MoCue of the MoCue Lumber Co., who own the Wiley lumber yard, has bean visiting with Lamar friends this weak. Ha was accompanied by Mre. MoCue. L. F. Adams, Cashier of The Lamar National Bank went to Denver the first of the week, to attend to some business matters. He also stopped in Colorado Springs, and came home with hia wife. Li Makes the biscuit L- j jjSj and Cake lighter. WA I finer flavored, more nutritious »i wholesome D* PRICE’S l CREAM jjjj lAIURE RDWDEP » mm Made from pure jp|j jpgq Grape Cream of Tartar RJfc nil No alum— No lime phosphate Jjjp Charles Thomaa from Springfield has located in Lamar and accepted a posi tion wi’h Geo B. Coover in hia tailoring establishment. T. J. Sayler went south the first of the week to inspect the work on the state \ bridges being constructed on the road from Lamar to Springfield. Yesterday was St. Patrick’s day and the green was extremely in evidence. Nearly every one in town was decorated with some emblem of the day. D. C. Hanna, o? Monmouth, Illinois, has been here the past week looking over the Lamar Ranob Company’s property, he being one of the principal owners. L. Wirt Markham and Dr. Burnett went up to Denver Monday night. They will interview the State Land Board about some land near the reservoirs, for the doctor to build hia Sanatanum and resort upon. W. T. Craft, of Denver, was here yes terday. Mr. Craft is in the real estate 1 business, and was hers investigating soma land in Bent County, which a cus tomer has purchased. Chaa. Maxwell baa sold the residence property oorner Eighth and Elm streets to James T. Kirkpatrick, recently from lowa. The propertv is known as the Dunoan residanoe. The purchase price was $3,000.00. The money for drilling the holes to test the ooal fields northwest of Lamar has been raised, and (he machinery will soon be on the ground and ready to be gin work. A thorough test will be made this tuns. The Columbine Lateral Ditoh Co. held its annual meeting in C. M. Lee’s office Saturday and elected directors for the ensuing year and levied on assessment of 10c per share on the atock for the yearly expenses. The Denver University Glea Club will bs at the M. EL Church next Tuesday | evening, March 24, under the auspices of the High school. They gives splendid entertainment, and there should be a large attendance. T, J. McCarty and Joe T. Lawless vis ited Canon City last Saturday and re mained over Sunday. Mao saya the pro hiba are in a class by themselves when it comes to consuming spirits, and be " oan’t stay in the game with them at all. John C. Avery, the first photographer ever in Lamar, waa viaiiing here this weak. The present town did not remind I him very much of the old times, but he met several of the old timers and it made - him feel aa though he waa not entirely > lost. A. L. Creager baa sold hia raaidenoe property in the west part of town to ’ Mr. Dale, who will soon occupy it with his familv. Mr. Creagar has purchased j the 8. Harrell property Dorth of the . railroad and will move there with hi 6 j family. * i Mrs J. E. Rose, who has been the pianist at theM. E. Chureh for the past two years, has resigned her position and , Miss Elizabeth Doughty has been elect ed to the place. Miss Doughty was formerly the pianist, but resigned to pursue her music studies at the Denver College of Muaio. W. H. Livingston, who recently took a charge of the soliciting for the Granada .' Times, suooeeded in passing his week’s | wages check on fourdifferent merchants r in Lamar and one in Holly. Mr. Living | ston waa a hustler and nothing short of five weeka wages for one week’s work } j would do him. The ohecks of course , were forgeries. j The Tennessee Jubilee Singers gave one of their performances to a large I | audience at the opera house on Satur 1 day night under the auspices of the ] Social Circle. The bass singer spent j moat of the afternoon in jail, but sue j ceeded in psymg his fine and getting . out in time to sing, and be was a good j performer, too. And This From Kiowa County Yesterday’s Daily News in loud green paint announces it will pay SSO for the conviction of any one fraudulently vot ing or registering in the Lamar city election. And across the rolling plains of Kiowa oounty from the sunflower be decked Kansas line to the limping wat ers of Arlington Springs and from the rotting ties and ruatiDg rails of the Mis souri Pacific to the drying farms aloDg the U. P„ there swells one loud guffaw joined in by every old cow that used to be on the regular voting list in Kiowa. ' RAILROAD ACCIDENT. First Serious Mishap on the Arkansas Valley R. R. ’ On Monday evening about 5 o clock * the first accident with any serious con sequences oooured on the new railroad about 20 tpiles northeast of Lamar on I the Holly and Swink branch. The work . train of ten cars with the engine pushirg I six and pulling four oars was crossing the Boggs creek trestle when the acoi dent oooured. The front oars had cross ’ ed safely, when the tender and several of the rear cars suddenly left the t rack, two of the cars plunging over the trestle and falling 35 feet to the bed of the ' creek. One of the cara was the bunk ’ oar and one a car loaded with lumber I for the depot work on the line. On top of the bunk oar two members I of the depot construction crew were lying. They were John Caverly and J. Loefier. The former was taken by eur , i prise and made no effort to save himself, , I going down with the oar and bain? . crushed Instantly to death. The latter raD to the aide of of the oar in an effort to jump on the trestle, but waa too late ’ and went down He was bruised all over and had several ribs broken but was still conacioas when found. In the car just hack of the bunk car three more of the orew were sittiog and thie one for tunately never left the trestle although off of the rails. The engine aDd the front oars a’l re- I mained on the track. The accident is . one of the unexplainable mysteries of , railroading, as the train waa running at a very moderate speed on a strongly constructed track with heavy rails, and I no breaks or spreading rails or any other * cause for the accident oould be found 1 It is not even known whether the tender 1 or the oars left the track first. L. M. Markham, C. W. Luck and other mem bers of the offiee foroe were in the ca booee on the front end of the train. Boggs creek is just a mile east of the Parrish ranch and word was quickly sent from there to Lamar and Dra. Hasty and Kellogg hurried to the scene in an auto. A special train was made up and Dr. Hasty took Mr. Loefier to the La Junta hospital without delay and the latest word from there was that he is doing wall and will probably recover John Caverl), the one killed, had been a member of the construction foroe for some time and was well known in Lamar Hia mother resides in Conneotioutt and was notified of hia death. His body was taken to the Davis undertaking parlora and arrangements for the burial will be made here. General Manager O. M. Ward of the bow road ia in the east on business con nected with the road, and expected to be away several weeks Spring Millinery Opening Saturday, March 21 at. We will have on display the latest and most stylish line of Patterns and Tailor ed bats at onr Millinery Parlor. Every person invited. W. J. JOHNSTON MERC. CO. Another Sale. The citizens of Wiley have arranged for another big public sa e to be held at ' that place on Tuesday, March 24. Thirty head of work horses and mules will be offered at this aale besides other stock, implements and goods both new ( and eeoond hand. The great sucoeas of , the last sale insures a big crowd for the sale next Tuesday, and every one will be welcomed. Church Notes BAPTIST CHURCH The church improvements have pro gressed sufficiently that all the services will be held in the church building again next Sunday. The Bible School will ftel more "at . home” again and will rally promptly at - 10 o’clock Sunday mornmg in the church Morning worship Sunday at 11:30 at which the pastor will apeak on "The Adornment of the Doctrine of our Sav iour.” "The Wise Use ef Influence” ie the i timely topic for the Young People’s ser i vice at 6:30 Sunday evening led by R. . F. Flint. All the young people areoor ■ dially invited. i "Political Aspects of the Liquor Tra . file” will be the subject of the pastors address at 7:30 Sunday evening. This > ia the second in the aeries of Sunday . evening addressee on "The Liquor Tra f file." r Men and Women are specially invited i to thiaaervioe. and a general and hearty 1 invitation ia extended for all aarvioee. 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 Good heavy $2.00 comforts for.. $1.65 bargains in fall and winter weight colors and kinds to go at, per yd “ “ I- 75 “ |*ss clothing. We have ail sizes and a nice Several hundred yards of good, high " I ‘ s ? CO “°* J 'll variety of colors. These suits are all gra de India linen in mill efnds worth 22 5 ,2 '4 blankets, ex quality for 175 in new goods and up-to-date styles. 20c to 25c, to go at, »#* 20012-4 1.30 1.3-50 suits for.. $8 25 per yard.. lOC J £ .. - 750 15.00 suits tor B.ZD A quantity of good ginghams that for- .7c 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, q i 25 good heavy comforts for 90c ».°o su,ls } cr 5-J5 P e c yard gb 7.50 suits for 4.98 A world of odds and ends in under- fADDrTQ A Air l DIIPQ wear, regular 50c values, to close |Q LAKrLI D ANU KUIjO SHOES AT $1.68 at, the garmenc —- I C 75c all wool carpets at, per yard.. 59c .... . , . . 65c wool fill carpels at 50c We have some of the best makes of nunnnmrnv rll r 50c ingrain carpets, good value.. 40c shoes in ladies and misses sizes, worth SPECIAL EMBROIDERY SALE 35c carpets at. 25C trom *2.50 to *3.50 a pair, gg ” car^ets a , . 20c your choice of any for | During the next few days we will open ’ l2 innraTn Pugs'atV. $5.95 our entire line of embroideries, allover q XI2 brussclls rugs,.. $12.50 to $16.50 TOWELS 5 AND 10c ' ace \? U OVer . em , brolde ,7' etc - We r 9*.2 axministers at.. $22.50 to S2SJJO IUYTLLO 0 AMJ iUC have these goods from the narrowest y A , and wt .„ 3c | e cted line to We have about twenty dozen towels to the widest, and all at low prices. 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 lUu TORCHON / ACF big reductions. About eighteen dozen crash and cotton ■ ■ towels, regular price ioc, to close £ Several hundred yards of good (* rJAinUDU/U A D CTT* at wide Torchon lace to go at per yd Q[) UnULlxrrtiAlx, Clt. 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 thit sells skirts, etc. We have a full and com- Head muslin that formerly sold ■ ■» regularly at 10c a yards will be q plete line of these gooda »t prices that at 20c a yard, to clean up at |QC closed out at this sale at Ob are by far the lowest in Lamar. THATToi/should r/rnish U£L Youß BODY and make IT -SHOWER.J OF .SHIR.T.S AND ALL KINDS OF U^V/7// FRIENDS- You KNOW -SPRING FURNISHING GOODS ARE NoW ON L' VuLL WELL THE VALUE OF SHOW IN OUR WINDOWS AND CASES—THE ipfp r GOOD FRONT proper capers in collars; ties correct T\cetone buster in shape and color; underwear palat -1 "IvSsftAY l ' \ ABLE To THE - SKIN ' AND Ho,SE So rA - STY THAT YOU WILL ROLL YOUR TROUSERS UP. \\ \\ \ IT W,LL TAKE ALL OFITHESE THINGS To HELP YoU PUT oN THAT “GOOD FRONT.” AND A GOOD FRONT WILL HELP YOU. B«c™pl «.»y*iMV IMkir •mornt* «•. C«.c».o E. E. BOTLER & SON Don’t forget that we pey you Save the coupon* that you get to trade with us. Weglveyou inn tm cm ru lUTAIM CTDCCT wlth y° ur purchases at our 4 par cent of all the cash you 200-202 SJUTH MAIN SIRU.K T st(jre Th . y „„ v . lu . We . spend with ua. We Issue a LAMAR, COLORADO Twenty-five dollars In coupons coupon with every cash pur- are worth a dollar to you. MILLINERY Street and tailored Hate now on display The latest and moat stylish line ever shown in Lamar. We invite one and sll to attend our Mil linery Opening Marco 21 W. J Johnston Merc. Co. FOR RENT—Some good alfalfa land. Inquire of W. H. McBride. One thousand dollars to loan on good real estate security. O. C. Goodale. , LOST—A pair of speotanles, gold rimmed, in case. Will reward finder on return to A. L. Hale, Lamar. Notice Of Stock-holders Mooting Novice is hereby given that the annual ' meeting of the stock Holders of the Con solidated Lateral Company will be held in the Town of Lamar, Colorado, at the office of C. M. Lee on Saturday, March 21, 1908, for the purpose >f elec ting a board of directors for the ensuing year and the transaction of any other business that may properly oome before , said meeting. Dated at Lamar, Colo., Feb 18, 1908. C. M. LEE, Pres. JOHN TEA DA, Sooy. ' MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 21. 1 Street end Tailored Hat now ondisplay. W. J. Johnston Merc. to. i $20,000 just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wirt Markham. The very prettiest data at Mrs. E. C. Ray’s Millinery store. White Plymouth R >ck Eggs For Sale 750 per setting. $4.00 per hundred. Phone Lamar 112, or Robinsons Harness 1 Shop. Use DeWitt’s Little Early Risers, pleasant little pills. They are easy to , take. Sold by The Up To-Date Drug Co. Try Carley’s Cough Cur* 44 AT ITHE STORE OF QUALITY” Even .extensively (advertised articles cannot long Hiirvive without merit. Lines that have the widest publicity and the largest sale have a rep utation built solely upon the merits,, of the goods advertised. Among those that have “made good”jin this age of competitiou we find D. Ghlrardelll’s Ground Ghocolate Wedding Breakfast Goffee Schilling Brothers’ Teas, Extracts and Spices Qurtice Brothers’ Blue Label @atsup and (banned Goods Heinz’s 57 Varieties Plcklrs, Chow Show, Baked Beans, etc You are sure of the best ifjyou trade here. Only dependable goodslcarried. HUNT BROTHERS Leading 6ash£Grocers Notice of Final Settlement In the If attar of the Estate of William M. Scott, deceased. Notice is hereby air on that on Monday, the 6th day of April, A. D. 1908. being one of the regular days of the March term of the County Court of Prowers County, State of Colorado. 1, J. L Mayfield, administrator of the estate of William M. Soott, deceased, will appear befor the Judge of the said court; present my final report as such administrator, for the approval of the same, and will then apply to bo discharg ed a* sueh administrator, at whieb time and place any person in Interest may appear and present objections to the same if any there be. D *“ d •* Administrator of the Estate of William M. •asO. dasaaaad. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Office at Lamar, Colo., Feby. 7. 1608. Notice is heroby given that Angie McClnro, of Lamar,Colo., has filed notice of his intention to make final fivo year proof in support of hi* claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 5450. made Deo. SO. 1902. for the N« .VKK section 32 and I M*4 NWf of section 34. township 43 south, range 40 west 6th P- M.. and that said proof will be made bifore the Register and Receiver at Lamar, Colo., on April 7, IliK Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, the land, vis: Edgar M. Steward. L. Wirt Markham. Kll wood E. Pike, Herbert M. Whoeler, all of La mar. Colorado. Mkall Jon A. W&uuaju. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Land Orrica at Lamab, Colo. ) Feby. 25. 1908. f ■ VPotice is hereby given that Charles F. Patterson i>v of l.ainar, Colo., lias filed notice of his • , intention to make final five year proof in I | support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry , I No. 5105 made March 10. 1903, for the southeast quarter, sec. 19, to. 22 s, rag 47 w, and that said proof will he made boforo Register Jk Receiver at Lamar. Colorado, on April S. 190 H. Ho names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and c iltivation of said laud, via: Robert A. McKibbon, Roy L. Sargent. Flor ■ once S. Southard and Scott McKittriek, all of Lamar, Colorado. fob 46 Jon A. W tug aim, RsgleMr. .