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THE LAHAR REGISTER
■nt«r«d at tha Postoffice at Lamar, Colorado, aa aaoond-ciaaa matter. Published Weekly by GEO. B. MERRILL Editor end Proprietor &übecrlptt(Mi Rates: Oa. Year H&u ttu Jl*Utb* ■ 7O lira uoutb* 40 Sink Corf - 0 " WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1909. Fine Crop Prospects. A trip tlirougO tlw agrlcujU.Uf'ttl uorui ol 12Uimu~ LOeraj tlaj. wIJ tnakti aujouo Inleroaual in Uio proa perky ot Uii* oocU«i i<nii gooo- Tuuro la ajjiimiaucc ot evizluuce ou ovary Uaml that a yuar ot Oouivtooua crops and great prosperity la prom ised oar people. TUe grain erops never looked tloer. and Uie Unmeuae acreage ot wheal will soon be rencly tor harvest. TUe prices are ouch that our tanners will soon bo having money to burn, and the threshing nine blues wiU Ire kept busy ull tail. Heels have never looked hotter and the conditions are Ideal tor u splen did and profitable crop In spile ot the decreased average. There is a much larger acreage ot alfalfa thau ever before, and it also Is looking tine. In some localities ths early shortage ot water and late freeze made the first crop light, but tbe second crop in all right, tt will be a bumper year all around In this valley, and already there is a lively demand tor tann workers and there are plenty of Jobs for all who waul to work. My Friend From India. “My Friend From India/’ the* three act Farce-Comedy to be pre sented by The Umar Dramatic Club, at the Opera House Friday. June 2011 is one ot the beet plays that has hee -.-,-1 m this c-ny. U la very lumuy. and carries Used wed Irorn cue ttmo the curtain raises until uie euu ot UU) LU*L acL Tb« followlug own* ot character* |UU* 4MJOU c UOttQII • uuuci uuit, a reuica luuyu u. iuuluoliui, Cuwie* uuuen VOIL Uie aou, xl J-*- Cursor; a. » aimv or, A Uiooooioucai oaiber jC. n. vi|iinr• Turn vaioauue, n trim,,,' ol Ciuuieu. uleu auxyaui^. . cuanoa L. uougu'Lj, jcoi a aorvauL Axva Ltiwuo, T&o Coy. Cbanou auutu; lieruxce Uuuorhoit, uortruho cJuueruuii, U*UJt.m t T lt Ot JtfAHUf, AiUSi ililLUi UAvia aua jiiao Jfajr -u*uruu, -*«• nnuMiri j r,ci .■ lor a Uuau ti,i/i— uaAuiauor; au**> .uanuu i 4 aj*tw, Uuariou' awo«U»oart, iUiue usury; TUiy. A servant, -“*** Buciuejr. number ot these peo yto nave oppeaieti uyou previous oe .•psa,™ mm au who attend may be ■ani.rm. mey will be well picasea with the production. Tickets uow au tatui a* Fred Lee*’ White Palace. Bali Game. afternoon. isainar again crossed Ka with Lheir old hoodoo Wiley aud ready woo Haiue, how ever not until at tor toa Inning at Kg,nt piayiah. While there were quite a tew error*, moat ot thorn were mnetbte oil Account ot the bad ground*, aud none ol them were costly. The game waa marked by the bard hittiug ot both teams- Most ot acoree made by both aklea were earned. McGowan pitched a good game tor Lamar and struck out tea men. The feature ot the game waa the hltttaig ot Sharkey aud Cum loiuga (or Lamar, Yomean aud Mc- Donald tor Wiley, both hit the hall hard a n<l each got three nice singles. There waa a fair crowd out to wit ness the game, which waa not very wWI advertised. Following is the summary: Lmnsr 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 9 0 I—7 Wiley 2 00012001 o—o0 —0 Batteries: 1 -* >rr>nr —McGowan aud fiylcer; WUey—Johnson, Ellis and GverdehL Hits—Lamar 11. WUey 13. Basea on balls—Oft McGowan 2, off Johnson 1, off F.llls 3. |>y pitcher —By Johnson 1. Three base bits—Sharkey aud Cum out—By McGowan 10, by Johnson 3. by Hills 0. T -k.na.ir 5, Wiley 4. Card of Thanks. l I desire to express to all my neigh bora and friends my appreciation of their kindly acts of helpfulness dur ing my recent bereavement. To the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of Lamar and vicinity I feel especially grate ful, and will always chfcriah the mem ary of thsir kindness. MRS. ANNIE F. HEATON Mr o*o. R. Wilson returned last waek tram Denver where he had bee having considerable trouble to re tail pose ns sinn of his young grand son. The boy has had quite a ro- Ufe between being kidnapped seraral times and traveling all over tha world, and now a new fight for hte unMiissinr has been started in tha Danrer oourts. Judge Northcutt te attorney for Mr. Wilson and they hava hopes of having the case trans fsrrod to T as thto is where bar rcsSdcs Mrm. Wilson, the grsii dm other »rrtr«d from California ... wsek. tM I. now h«r« w* lll hl>r grswlM- -• Special Sale o£ Hammocks! We have just received a shipment of Hammocks from New York which, by mistake, was duplicated and we have secured the lot at - ■ 33 1-3 per cent less than original cost which allows us to sell these splendid goods at - One-half the regular price. COA E IN AND SEE THE UP-TO-DATE DRUG CO. L. D. Boggs of Granada wua u La mar visitor Tuesday. Mr. L. H. Manville made a bust neat trip to Garden City Saturday. Cora R. Strain left tor Holly ami Syracuse on bussiaess< today. Mrs. Katherine Smith Is in Greo ley attending the Summer Normal. T. J. Cooper came down from Ala mosa Sunday for a few days visit. Miss Susie A. Roberta of Kansas* City is visiting friends in the city, A. Tolzein. the expert piano tune: from Trinidad. ]•* in l-amar this week Mrs. Albert G. Green L visiting with friends in Ft. Collins this week. Mr. C. A. Coker of McPherson. Kan sas, is in Lamar on business at pre sent. Monroe Brown is down from Las Animas visiting with friemlß this week. The Up-To-Date has two new rolls of music for their electric piano this weak. miner Wagner is riding around In, a new International automobile now adays. John M. Williams made an impor tant business trip to Kansas City uist week. Roy Henry left Saturday for a short visit with friends djt Enid. Ok lahoma. Judge J. K. Doughty attended to important business In Las Animas yesterday. Mrs. T. J. Cooper was down from Las Animas this week for a visit with friends. The work on the construction of the ChivingUw canal is progressing in nice shape. Bob. Randolph is introducing his friends from Kansas City instead ofi India this week. Attorneys Francis J. McCarty and W. A. Merrill went to Holly yester day on business. Mrs. Mills Bartholomew attended to business 4n the eastern part of the county this week. W. C. Gould, President of the First National Bank ot Holly, transacted business In Holly yesterday. Mrs. L. J. Hutchins and children are spending the week with Mrs. Hutchins’ mother in Granada. Have you purchased your tickets for My Friend From India? Lf not, get them at the White Palace. The Lamar Dramatic chib will pre sent My Friend From India next Fri day night. Be sure and be there. A. E. Bent came down from Den* ver Monday morning to look after ids many business Interests here. Mrs. L. H. Manville is fast recov ering from her recent illness and is expected home from St. Joseph next week. There will be a big dance at the opera house on the evening of the oth of July. Good music. Everybody Invited. Hon. W. S. Morris. Judge of Judi cial district No. 4, was hi Lamar Fri day looking after important land matters. The only marriage license issued this week w r a.s: Mr. Allan A. Skin ner to Mkas Ellyn B. Cooper, both of Lamar. Mrs. J A. Williams and Mrs. Lee Cook went to Pueblo today to at tend the meeting of the Women of Woodcraft. The Y. W. C. T. U. had a very enjoyable social at the Presbyterian church last night. There was a full attendance. L. F. Adams, cashier of the Lamar National bank, is In Denver this week attending the State Bankers * Convention. Mre Myrtle Minch in and daughter, of Topeka, Ivans., areAßUting at the home of Mr. and family this _ Miss Marie Hal., of Denver ar rived Saturday afternoon for an xtended v*.-*!t with her friend .Miss Elizabeth Doughty. Rev. Cunningham of Ohio, will preaoh at Christian Chunch both nioin'ing and evening, June 27. l'Jo9* Everybody welcome. .M rs. M. L. Con well. Miss CoTiWoU and the two boys ai rived homo from Colorado Springs, Friday morning, fo he summer vacation. Donald Williams aud his friend, .ler-aie Hill, of Kansas Clty„ are ?.i- Joying a visit in Colorado. Spring* and Manltou this week. Mrs. Dwight Miser and two child ren returned from Rocky Ford Mon day morning, and reports, a fine time during their short visit. County Treasurer John T. Adkins went to Las Aulmas Monday to at tend to important business and also take in the big ball game. John Goliad ay Is sporting around In a m-w four cylinder Cadillac auto mobile this week. The OadiUac is becoming quite popular 4n Lamar. Messrs. Gerald and- Dick Creaghe and Billy Ryan went to Ixis Animas Monday to take in the big ball game between Trinidad and Las. Animas. EVBRETT BROS Dealers nrt Meats Contractors Cement Work Pure Mamifactured Ice Pure Distilled Water Delivered at yoar home or office daily by the UNION ICE AND STORAGE COMPANY Our Ice is made from ilibtilled water aud is absolutely pure aud free from disease germs. Distilled water will keep you free from diseas and prolong your life. For cooking purposes it Is unexcelled and saves more than its cost in deceased fuel bills. We deliver distl 1- ed water daily at these prices;: Single gallon *' 2c Two gallons 12 I * 2c Three gallons 15 cenU Over 3 gallons, per gallon ® cents Give your orders for distilled wt’.ter to our Ice wagon drivers or tele phone direct to THE UNION ICE MID STORAGE CO. Phone l amar 9 p— «—■— —*l Lamar E>rug Co. Phone PT awers 72. PURE DRUGS AND' CHEMICALS. PERFUME AN D TOiILET ARTICLES Try Our Refreshing SODA WATER ICE CREAM In Any Quantity. P. W. Denning SLudio I Lamar Drug Co. j Mdse Edina Davis went to La Jun ta the first of the week accompanied by her mother, who went on to Cal ifornia. Misp Davis returned today. Mr. Elmer Ewing and bride return ed from their two weeks honeymoon Monday morning. They will reside In the north west pert of the city. Ernest. ArtnouT c-id JoWn Uollaiday went up to Pueblo this week aid brought down a new four cylinder Cadillac automobile for Mr. Golladay. Mm. Sam Holmc-s who has been visiting with her son George Holmes for the past two weeks returned to her home in Galesburg. Illinois. Tues day. John M. Williams attended the State Bankers Assch iation meeting in Denver this week, and as a result has his picture in both the Times an Post. Harry O'Kane, the smiling mail carrier, returned from Rocky Ford .Monday morning. He says that Rocky Ford is the place for a good time. Next Sunday evening Rev. Pingree will talk on the subject of “Mar ried Men.” This will be the sec ond sermon of the present series of •ermonß. COAL! We handle the genuine Car ii» City Coal—the coal that burns I to ashes and does not leave L.c stove full of clinkers which n ns 1 the lining and grates in your 3toves. We handle this in Lump and also in Nut or Egg size. This size comes 50c cheaper than the Lump. We also handle the Anthracite Trinidad Lump, Nut and Mine Bun, which is cheaper and is used by some for domestic use, but more generally for steam and furnaces. Also handle Pea Coal, which makes a cheap cook stove coal. The George's Creek Big Vein Blacksmith Coal is the best Coal mined for foundry and blacksmith use. Loe’s and Conkey's Stock and Poul try remedies and Tonics. Ask for Book and Pamphlets treating on all Poultry diseases. LAMAR SEED CO F. H. KELSEY, Manager. c. x-zeie: Farm and City Loans Real Estate and Insurance Fred L. Rosacrans Feast Block, N. Main Sc. Plumbing Supplies and Plumbing Work Harvest Specials FROM Hunt Bros. Pure F °° d st ° re CRESENT BRAND TABLE FRUITS. GALLON GOODS SPECIAL OLYMPIAN BRAND lb. con Pears All put up in sanitary cans. 2 for 36c. 1 case gallons of this Case of 24 cans, $4.00. fancy pack for $6.00 2% lb. can Yellow Free Peaches..2oc DRIED FRUIT 4 Crown RaisLns. lb 8 l-3a 2 for 35c. 7«6c lb by the hox Case of 24 cans, $4.00. Fancy Evaporated Peaches, packed Or you may have assorted case of lb boxes, per lb ....8 1-3 q . , , . Evaporated Apricots, lb 12V£o one dozen each at the same prK-e Prlm „, * 7 ,/, c . 10c , 12%0 Den Ice Red Raspberii-es 20c. Fancy New York Applets, by Denlce Red Pitted Cherries 20ci the box 10c We are about the only coffee store in Lamar. Try some of oar famous 25c braitds. We make a specialty at this popala r price. HUNT BROS. PURE FOOD STORE Phone Lamar 6 ' LAMAR, COLO. DO IT NOW! You have been puttinfl off from day to day, and week to week, the taking out of that Life Assurance Policy for the protection of your wife and little ones. Today you may be in insurable condition; perhaps not tomorrow. It’s only the absolutely selfish man who makes no provision for his family fter he’s gone. Are you In that class? Let us advise you as to the best form of policy to cover your Individual needs. WRITE OR CALL TODAY. The Colorado National Life HOME OFFICE: Symes Building, Denver, Colorado 111 1 « ID. TEH. COOPER Real Estate, Loan Insurance A <*>*»•? When a country becomes civilized it demands typewriters. When it becomes posted on compartive values it demands The SMITH PREMIER Typewriter The fact that The Smith Premier Typewriter is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further fact that the demand increases year after year. The reputation of The Smith Premier is World-wide. World-wide use has made it so. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 1637 CHAMPASTR EET, DENVER, COLORADO Summer’s Call Do You Hear It*? Doesn’t the waking season arouse thoughts of tumbling surf, placid lakes, mountain climbing, the quest for the elusive fish, the guy life of the resorts, of riding, golf ing. automobile trijs; or create a yearning for indulgenc hi your own particular pastime! 7 If you hear it, heed It. Where Should You Go? Choose among the Following: Colorado Califoraia The Grand Canyon Yosemite Valiev The Northwst The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Los Angelos, San Francisco or San Diego and Return $48.20 For the same tri one way via Portland, $64.10. Tickes otn sale May 6 to 13 inclusive; June 1 and 2; June 24 to July 10 Inclusive; and July 27 to August 6, inclusive. Final limit Oct. 31. 1909. Liberal stopover privileges. Slightly higer fares on other dates during the summei Santa Fe service and the famous meals by Harvey. Could anything more be desired? Plan now. Read up about the coun aly WB vB try and its attractions. Get free fold ei-s issued account the Elks meeting; iCpViffißul the N. E. .A.; Colorado; the great C. J. GARVIN, Agent.