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Is that we do as we say we will, that we sell goods just as we have them advertised. When we offer to sell an article at 10 cents you need not hesitate to send the children with only a dime to get it, hecause a child can buy as much with the dime or dollar as any one, no matter who it is. We sell exactly as we advertise to do. Our Prices are Always Lowest Because We Sell Only for Cash Note These Prices Nlca Large PrnoM, 8 pounds 250 Mexican Beans, 5 pounds 250 Extra Largs Prunes, 2 pounds 250 Oreaxn Oheess, ponnd 200 Seeded Raisins, per box 10c Dill Pickles, 20e grade for lfio Dried Apples, fine, 2 pounds 250 Sorghum, gallon size 00c Bread, Graham Bread, Bje Bread, Buns, Doughnuts, Cookies, etc. Freeh Daily Cash Prices Beat Credit Prices C.L. MARGRAVE THE LAMAR REGISTER r. ae. powrjzeT ouy XAltor JLBSTBJLCTS Ths vnly set of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Procters County. Abstracts to Farm and City Proper ty famished on shortest no ises. Also owners of Bald unn, Jay dk Co.'s Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords previous to the fire of 1868. Terms reasonable. Address , norm coditt abstract co. OolossAo MONEY TO LOAN Plant, of Oh.op Mann, far 4aa« Farm and Olty Loana. Oall and aaa ma. i L. WIRT MARKHAM. j. W. Bent was down to Granada last week on a short business visit. G. W. Kara of Granada was a county seat visitor on last Satur day. Mrs. Mlllss Bartholomew made a short visit to Colorado Springs ovei Sunday. Frank McCarty has gone east foi a short visit in the interest of his real estate firm. W. O. Lee, of Pueblo, visited his ■ son, C. M. Lee, and family in Lamai several days last week. J. L. Mayfield, the Granada banker 1 was looking after business matters at i the county seat last Saturday. Special Agent Funston of the Santa Fe is down from La Junta looking at ter stolen property of the railroad. Rev. Forrester caught a barrell oi f fine rain water last Saturday night and his friends are joking him about the wonderful evaporation in this ell mate. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinley left last week for Stronghurst, Illinois having been called there by the se rious illness of Mr. McKinley t mother. Tom DeWltt purchased two isolat ed tracts of government land from his Uncle Sam this week. The land was located in 10*23-46. Attorney John A. McMorrow return ed last Saturday from a visit to West Virginia, and brought with him e bride. They are receiving the con gratulations of many friends. The editorial excursion of ovei one hundred people will arrive in La mar over the Arkansas Valley rail road on Thursday, the 28th, at one o’clock, and remain until three. The social circle of the Presbyte- Tan church will meet at the home of Mrs. Keiry at 2 P. M. on Friday af ternoon. All members of the church and congregation are most cordially Invited. \ Makes the Biscuit "ft and Cake lighter. Rgj finer flavored, more nutritious D? PRICES! CREAM I BMMGPOWDUM| m Made from pure KsB| ||a Grape Cream of Tartar Kjgj K.l W. tliini—No line plK»ph« te pi O. N. Koen came in from the east last Saturday and went out to the ranch for a visit. Dr. Burnett returned from Chicago thiß week, and has gone out to the lakes. He expects the boats for his summer resort to be here in a few days, and will soon be fixed to show visitors a big time. Sheriff Thomas arrested Jess Har key last week charged with taking a pump and several long pieces of pipe from the depot platform. The erty was found at his homestead nine miles southwest of Lamar. EM Leigh, who has been driver on C. L. Margrave’s delivery wagon, was seriously hurt last Saturday by fall ing off the seat and scaring the horse which ran away with him. No bones were broken, and he will soon be all right again. Mrs. J. W. Marker and daughter, Martha, left this week for lola. Kan., where they will Join Mr. Marker and make their home. They have many Lamar friends whose best wishes go with them, and who are saving a wel come for their return. D. W. Robinson has moved his har ness shop from the north side to the building facing the depot on south side of Railroad avenue, formerly oc cupied by the laundry. All patrons will find him there prepared to dc the very best work in his line. BAPTIST CHURCH —Regular ser vices will be held Sunday. The pas tor will give a report of the conven tion held at Oklahoma City. Bible School at 10 A. M. B. Y. P. U service at 7P. M. Strangers are cor dially invited to attend all the ser vices. The little week old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Denning died last Thurs day evening at their home in Lamar The funeral service was held from the home on Saturday, and the little one now rests in Riverside cemetery The parents have the deepest sympa thy of their friends In their great loss. On June 10th local talent will give an excellent entertainment consist ing of music, songs and recitations at the opera house. The proceeds will go to buy books for the new Car ; negie library. The program will be published next week. All citizens of Umar should patronize this enter , tainment. On last Saturday and Sunday there were heavy rains over most of Colo rado. Lamar did not get more than ( a half inch, however, but the farming country north of the river was well soaked in places. We get the ben efit of the rains some though, as mos of the ditches have had a run of wa ter since then. Two boys, Wm. and H. W. Dunning were arrested last Sunday night on a charge of having broken into Mr Scheit’s house while the family waf at church, and stealing a number of articles. As the boys are evidently both under age and have no relatives in this section, they will be tried be fore Judge Thorne’s court. Dr. Frank H. H. Roberts, professoi of history at the Denver Unverslty spent several days the past week in Lamar, having very kindly cosented ; to make addresses at the com mencement exercises, the memorial services, and the library dedication i The Dr. is an eloquent and entertain ing speaker, and each of his address es was a rare treat to the audience. His coming here for these events wap much appreciated by our citizens gen J erally. He will return in June to , conduct the teachers institute. Lots have been secured just east f or Main street north of the railroad , and the side track has been sur veyed for a site for the Wiley Eleva tor company to build an elevator , Work will commence on this elevator , very soon and be completed in time to receive grain this fall. This el evator will be under the control of j The Lamar Milling and Elevator com j pany. : Several Japanese crew*- , went out to the various beet fields i this week to commence the work of thinning. A large majority of the beets are not large enough, however ( for thinner*. —WUey Journal. We publish the statement of the First National Bank of Lamar this week. It shows that the deposits are still nearly up to the $300,000 murk in spite of hard times, and that the reserve is well above the 50 pei cent mark, showing that it is in the strongest position financially of any institution in the valley. This solid showing gives confidence to its pat rons. McLean Bros.' new fountain should appeal strongly to the public, not alone on account of the high-clasp drinks that are dispensed there, but also for the sanitary provisions that the firm has made for the purpose of protecting their patrons. Theli new carbonator purifies the water and makes it fresh for every drink that is drawn, syrups are arranged in front of the fountain in bottles that are protected so there can be nc question of their always being clean and pure. The arrangements made for keeping the ice cream and wash ing the glasses, etc., were specially designed by Mr. McLean and are the best that can possibly be made, we believe. The new fountain is cer tainly a model both for beauty and convenience, and is well vtorth a visit either to look at or sample the pro duct. Who outs the wood ou ironing day? Who is it Mister Mas? Who carries in the wood? I say Here is a better plan. An iron to heat without the use Of oithar wood or coal; Attaoh it to yoar ’lectne juioa And you have reached the goal. The iron stays het with hardest wear It never more gets oold; And never needs the least repair, While Mrs. never soolda. The currant coats you fifty cents, Due each and every moon, While coal would eost 100 panes. And then heat up your room. Your houae ia cool, your temper too, The woed left on the pile, The new iron beats the old for you, It’a got it skinned a mile. See the Lamar Electrio Company, Lost. Two horses a week ago last Sunday from the old Maxwell farm, one gray branded >* T, sore neck, one bay, I, on left snoulder very light, email star in forehead, little white en hind leg. One oame from Big Bend and one from Chiv ington. Finder will be rewarded on bring ing same to W. H. Me Bride's ranch. . r° r R*nt Sue room house with good garden ground, eoath part of town. Inquire of P .S. Lynch, south end Third street. One thousand dollars to loan on good real estate security- O. O. Good ale. $90,000 just received for farm loans No delays. L. Wist Maxkham. FOR RENT—Some good alfalfa land. Inquire of W. H. Mcßride. FOR SALE. A neat almost new 4 room house near Lnnooln School House. Good terms. See this effioe. For Rent, Sale or Trade 5 room House with Bath and Water, in good looation. J. Q. Boyd. White Plymouth Rook Eggs For Sale 75c per setting. 54.00 per hundred. Phone Lamar 112, or Robinson's Harness Shop. Have you seen the handsome new sanitary Soda Fountain at McLean Bros.? If not it will pay you. DR. K. G SAPERO, the Denver eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, will again be in Lamar at the Union hotel, Tuesday and Wednes day, June 9 and 10 Four room house, or two rooms fur nished for light housekeeping. F. A. THOMAS, North Seventh street, FOR SALE] —Improved farm, good buildings, 50 acres of alfalfa. Ad dress J. E. LYVERE, Caddoa, Colo. FOR RENT—New Buck Store Build ing North Main SL Will make special low rate to dsairable tenant. If you are < looking for a good businaee looation it will pay to investigate this. For terms apply to A. Pester. Paaturage Horses and cows, prairie grass, spring water, shade, 76c per month. Inquire south and at First street. HOW TO DRESS WELL YET INEXPENSIVELY Is illustrated by our offerings of Peck’S Spriflg’ StlitS Men’s and Young Men’s Jgg oo ■ ■ T ■ V ■ MW% Inclndes all the new single breasted models l I ill I l r 111 I l > n tlie fashionable Stone Gray, Olive Smoke, l% I I | II I I Havana Brown, Slate, Tan and Blue suitings I 11 Mil I I f rom the world’s most famous mills. at $12.00 to $25.00 Peck’s Spring Suits with the most complete stock of high l*Mj« P JR Ly OO class, ready to wear garments ever !jk , , , Wl; i Jfc Comprises without exception the greatest assembled 111 this City TOT selection. : i ffilyLLftZjly assortment of styles and fabrics ever presented ... • | J - IPImCiSt at this price. Suitings of exclusive patterns in You can surely gratify your taste in hair ii„, .tripes, pwa,. shadow stripes, over style, fabric and tailoring at the price \ flyjffi p ,aids > checks and mixtures, »n in the correct Bi shades for spring wear. you wish to pay. Furthermore as we ||K ■ sell on a close margin of profit, you ANllim r» , , r-> . . . po,M *»,nr .< ss o. IWg ■ f Peek’s Spring Suits more on any garment purchased here. J HjW £tt $ 18.00 ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ M Hfl Are such suits as others will ask you $2O and M HI *22.50 for all the late shades in Tan, Olive, m Wb HI Gray, Stone and Blue serges. Peck’s Clothing for Men and Young I WM lH -■ —- ■ Men is now regarded by Discriminating □Remember that at each price these suits , , H represent values that cannot be matched out- Dressers as the Best Ready to Wear w side of this store. In addition to this our well I known GUARANTEE of satisfaction protect* Clothing Made. * you in every way. Bargains in Dry Goods Special 67c Values A Big 19c'Bargain Muslin Drawers We have a lot of Misses, Boys and All linen scarfs, towels doilies, etc. Misses and children's muslin ■ E Children h shoes, all sizes Irom a child s A line of goods worth twice as much drawers. 25c and 35c valves... loC sto a womans,,- Shoes that arc worth a3 we are aski „g Your choice | Q „ „ 75c to *1.50. 0 f this lot 19C Sdk Jumper Saits Special 10c Values Embroidery 'B.OO silk jumper Ain nn Good size, heavy Turkish towels, ... , Ll suits I /.LI II bleached and unbleached. 15c | We have put out on our table a and 25c values. Your choice lUR beautiful line of Embroidery in . 20 -°® silk Jumper A■*■ aa loc, Isc and 25c values tJ sell at..QC suits—. —_ | OaiJU (Jingham Waiti* AH new pretty patterns, something Mill ends and short length*, a Tfaists t j,at will please you. large variety of patterns, extra ■» White shirt waists, all sizes and good values, the yard OC kinds. 1.25, 1.50 and 175 A | AA 10c Embroidery I/*_ 1f... cwaists. Your choice u) I aUU IUC tlOse Dale We offer several lots of embroidery We have several hundred dozen Wrappers that formerly sold for 20c, 25c and h °3Vi?M CICan ’ M P * • A Vi *J's* es Clean ub sale on wrappers. 135 c to clean up to our customers AH good^lscVnd 25c* valu« ._ |OC '' 2s, , ' 5 ° lnd ' 35 lo " B a5 il la,ts at ' P er V lOC Special $1.65 Shoe Sale Woo. kind,. ~,s h** ** va^,r io ror:vi r « 0C 1. Y !. u :_r...5|,65 Lcwn Waists ' _ s6aoo Kimonas A table loaded with some of the r%Ugt We have a nioe line of ladies’light biggest bargains you ever heard of in Ix 2 yards Axminister Rugs- 2.50 weight Kimonas. 1.50 and 1.75 A | lawn waists. 1.03, i-soand 1.75 and 3.00 values, to close Ai values. Sale price | values for «-OUC at —-—-—- tPruO E. E. BfeITLER IS SQN A Square Deal la assured you when yon tray Dr. Pierce** family medicines—for all the ingredi ents entering into them are printed on the bottle-wrappers and their formulas are attested under o&th as being complete and correct. You know Just what you are paying for and that the ingredients are gathered from Nature’s laboratory, being selected from the most valuable native medicinal roots found growing In our American foresOTwdjjUille potent to cure are perWCtig the most delicate womau.a>*rgniluWilij* Not a drop urTncipTes used ill niireT3M» iSSzxS being a most vain able antiseptic and anti ferment, nutritive and soothing dsmul cent. Glycerine plays an Important part in Dr. Fierce’s Golden Medical Discovery In the cure of Indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach, attended by sour risings, heart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stom ach, biliousness and Kindred derange ments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Besides curing all the above distressing ailments. the" Golden Medical Discovery * Is a specific for all diseases of the mucous membranes, as catarrh, whether of the nasal passages or of the stomach, bowels I or pelvic organs. Even In its ulcerative stages It wifi yield to this sovereign rem edy if its use be persevered in. In Chronio Catarrh of the Nasal passages, it Is well, while taking the "Golden Medical Dis covery • for the necessary constitutional treatment, to cleanse the passages freely two or three times a day with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course of treatment generally cures the worst In couebs and hoarseness caused by bron chial. throat and lung affections, except con sumption In Its advanced atacea. the "Golden Medical Discovery ” Is a moat efficient rem edy. especially in those obstinate, hang-on coughs caused by Irritation and congestion of thebronchlal mucous membrane* The "Die" eo very - is not so rood for acute coughs aris ing from sodden eolda nor must It be es pec ted to cure consumption in lie advanced stage*—no medicine will do that—but for all the obstinate, chronic pougbs. which. If neff- EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT And at the right, land of prices at Imel’s Grocery Store. Everyone treated the same. WHY NOT Come in and be convinced. We are hare for business and here to stay. Come once and we will make it worth your while to come again. TERMS STRJCTEY CASH. CHAS. E. IMEL Successor to HENRY & MARTIN PHONE LAMAR 81 Register and Globe-Democrat $2 MAJOR Percheron Clyde Stallion Weight 1650 ibs. Will make the neaeon at my farm, 1 i miles north af Lamar, 0010. Terms -19 to insure oolt. Due when mare ie known to be in foal, or is traded, or about to leave the oeuntry. J. F. Lay The OPERA HOUSE BARBER SHOP H. L COSWELL, Prtp. un uu musv.