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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, May 12, 1909, Image 5

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| Here is your opportunity! We will
| sell you a solid, hand packed Colorado |
| Tomato at 12 cans for $1.30. 3
| Anticipate your needs and buy now
| if you want to save money. |
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| C. L. MARGRAVE. 1
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THE LAMAR REGISTER
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Abstracts of tbs Records oi
Prowers County. Abstracts
to Farm a ul City Proper
ty furnished on shortest no
tice. Also owners of Bald
win, Jay dkCo.'s Abstracts
of Prowers County Rec
ords previttu* to the tire of
JHBH. Terms reasnoabl--.
Address ,
iRMVKRS COUim ABSTRACT CO.
• . mar. Color^Ao
MONEY TO LOAN
Plenty of Cneeo Money for
good Perm and City Loans.
Oall and see me.l
L. WIRT MftRKHaM
Arthur Dodge was In Lamar today
from Plum creek.
.\lr. Will Bentley Is down from Las
Animas this week visiting.
Ross Gentry and Will Mourning
have returned from Wichita.
There was no marriage license is
eued at the county clerk’s office this
week.
.Mfcw Elsie Henry returned the first
of the week from a short visit at the
■Stinson ranch-
Messrs. Ralph Householder and
Guy Hughes are in Sheridan. Wyo
ming. They will probably spend the
next few months there.
The Bannister orchestra is going
to Granada next Saturday evening
to furnish mimic for the commence
ment exercises of the Granada high
school.
Harry Robinson of the City Elec
tric Company is in Sheridan, Wyo
inai ig. this week. Harry has a chance
for a fine opening there and may
■move there.
//Price's \\
i& Baking IA
A pure grape cream of |
■ tartar powder. Its fame Mta
is world-wide. No alum, H
« no phosphatic acid. ■
H There is never a ques- H
m tkm as to the absolute ■
H purity and healthful- ■
of the food
■■iJ
.Mrs. Deunlng has returned from a
short trip to Leota, Kansas.
George McDonald, the Holly at
torney. was in our city yesterday on
'business.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ward are in
Denver .this week spending a short
vacation.
With the next five ranges sold by
If. C. Huddleston either Jewell or Mo
icitt a fine set of dishes will .be giv
en free.
Ray O’Donnell is down from D r i
.or thi3 week shaking hands with
old friends, and incidentally - • id
i.g a few nights on his homestead.
Dr. It. A. Chase, district Bwpjrii
ton dent of the Methodist church, was
here from Colorado Springs Su : lay-
He delivered the sermon, in the even
ing.
Mrs. .Mode C. Ward enterta! ied
the ladies of the Bridge club last Fri
day afternoon at hor home on Sec
ond street. Dainty refreshments wer
served, and a most delightful after
noon spent by all.
Joe Cook has taken over the man
agement of the Lamar base ball nine,
and is negotiating for several WWt’
Sox recruits to atrnegthen tl a
The boys from Fort Lyon will b®
here next Sunday at the Fan
Grounds.
The members of the eighth grade
and the seniors or the high Bchool
are exceptionally busy Just now with
the commencement work. The larg
est class in the history of the La.
.mar high school is to graduate this
year, and also the largest eighth
grade.
The ladies of the Colorado Club
will open their res*t room for lady vis
itors to our city on Saturday of this
week. The building opposite the Reg
ister office, which has been occupied
by Mrs. Payne’s millinery store, has
.been secured, and all the ladles and
their children will be made welcome
there.
Last evening the Young People’s
class of the Methodist Sunday »=hool
gave a class social in the basement
of the church. Delicious refresh
ments were served and a very pleas
and evening was passed. The La
mar Sunday school now has the dis
tinction of being the second larg »t
Si the Pueblo district. Last Sunday
there were 262 In attendance.
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I SPECIALI
| MID-SEASON VALUES |
CqJ This Sale will Coninue Two Weeks, Commencing Ig
SATURDAY, MAY 1 j§
loi
roj NOTIONS Indian Head Muslin Jg
|am Several hundred yds good wide white 20c grade Indian Head Muslin, IQ
Ivl 1 Card good Pearl Buttons, assorted sizes to c|ear up at> the yd TS
lc 10c [g
■ All colors in Silks, 2 balls for 1 PmM
Igl . INDIA LINEN joi
/U Good wide 12'/a and 15c grade Indfa Linen, while It lasts; long and
Darning Cotton, 2 for short lengths, a great big bargain kjC^l
§j 5c [Oc isi
§] TABLE LINEN LINENE SUITINGS t|j
During the next week we will sell our best grade Table Linen In the Dark blue, light blue and pink Suitings, regular 20c and 25c values, dur- Hr,
CAB * l - 25 and 9lmSo flrade * ,na thl# Ml ° B^Pl
o] $l.OO ISc @
|] GINGHAMS EMBROIDERY |§
50 pieces best 15c grade Tol De Nord Ginghams ha4|
We have one of the most beautiful lines of Embroidery, single and
lip matched patterns LaSi
I I U 20c, 25c and 30c grades go during this sale at
■y i 50 pairs best common Gingham, large variety of patterns to hoose from, ||£V|
kOI) the yard |QC PS-
Qq 50c, 65c and 75c grades go during this sale at ICrl
|2| STRAW HATS I 35 , 40c and 45c, one of the biggest lines of these prices we ever had I
We have ust received our line of boys' misses’ and men’s Straw Hats; a **'9 La ga‘ ■
koi a full and complete line and better prices than ever _I I 25c• CM
‘fej Muslin Underwear HOSE Sol
A few good things in ladies and misses Muslin Underwear —25c and
35c value, in misses’ and Ladies’ Drawer. We are giving extraordinary values in our Hose department To clear BWI
up our stock all odds and ends in the 25c and 35c grade ladies Hose
koi 10c I I during this sale I |R£|
Lf*vJ We are a little overetocked on ladles' good Night Dresses. We are IQ- |VI
PjJpß going to close u 0 our line of $1.25 and $1.50 grades, all sizes I 1/1'
§ 1L22 DRESS GOODS I
[oi MILLINERY j Si,ti h > !tli - A’ :b plain [—
LJTj colors; i great big variety; regular prices 35c, oOc __ |OI
|UI W. carry a full line of ladle. 1 , misses and children’s Millinery, in- J 75 J •„ this Sale ZOC LSTI
LJTJ eluding leaders of both Kansas City and St. Louis markets. Correct In ® |V|
Ivl style and price all the time. I All wool Nun’s Veiling, Boberts & Et* regular =>c _ |L»
koi —a , c . aa j value, during this sale OUC P 2
CqJ Odds and ends in our entire Silk stock, stic values, Igl
* 15 yds good yard wide 9c Muslin, the yd a1
Lj |qq $l.OO to $1.25 aU silk Foulards - - -85 c |q|
1 E. E. BUTLER. ®> SON_ J|
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JUST IN
Our new Spring Line of Shoes
and Furnishings
Most attractive in the City
See our line of fine Neckwear
GEO. A. EVERETT
Phone Lamar 34 Lfllliar, 6010
MS THAT GROWMS
GARDEN, FLOWER aid FIELD SEEDS
ONION SETS BLUE GRABS WHITE CLOVER SEED
We have added to our already largo stock of Qraaa and Field Sooda
a complete line of Garden and Flower Seeds of strictly choice and fresh
quality. We will make close prices on quantities In bulk. Having been
in the Wholesale Seed Business for years, we are familiar with the most
reliable firms that produce Garden and Flower Beeda. As a raault we
can give you a choice of the best varieties and qualities put on the mar
ket. We buy only the best seeds adapted to this climate. Why send
away for your Garden and Flower Beeds, not knowing what you will get,
when you can inspect our stock before you purchase*
STRAIN BROS.
Register and Globe-Democrat $2

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