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Comb Honey, 1908 crop, per box 10c Quaker Puffed Wheat, 2 boxes 15c Fresh Peaches, yellow, per lb 10c Ripe Olives, 60c cans, 50c; 35c cans 25c Stone Jar Apple Butter, 40c grade 25c Olives in bottles, 40c size 25c These Prices Ought to Interest You We Guarantee the Goods MA GRAVE GROCERY JSJSS'XZES-S-GTS The only eel of Numerical Abetracte of the llecurde of J‘roeoore County. Abetracte to Nana and City Nrujurr ty furniehed on ehorteet no tice. Alto moaere of IlaU yfin. Jay dbCoAe Abetracte nt Tro-wen County Itec jrde previoue to lb- lire of 1888. Tonne reaeonable. Addreee. ikOWIRS COUITY ABSTRACT CO. mw. SolomAo MONEY TO LOAN Plantr •# Oh««a N«n§»for o«d Farm and Oily Leans, os 11 and aaa ms. L. WIRT MARKHAM Mrs. C. 8. SraKh teturned hom<- Sunday afternoon after a month’« absence. Koonaman left for Denver. Rat or day night. Lee will enter the Der. ver University. Mlaa Sally Reader who l« to Ik one of the Lamar teacher* this tern, arrived here last Thursday. Judge J. K. Doughty left Saturday night for Montrose where he ha* Important buslnesa to look after. B. B. Brown came down from Pik* bio to take In the fair and look ovei his many Prowers county Interest*. Miss Edna Mosher returned las •week from Oypsum. Colorado where she has been enjoying her summer vacation. Miss Matthews, of Johnstown. PenJ sylvan la. Is visiting In Lamar tKls week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnston Mrs. Katherine Smith arrived horn from Oreeiey, Colorado. Saturday Mr;. Smith has been studying In the summer school. Rev. and Mrs. Henry M returned yesterday afternoon from Puublo where they have been at tending conference. •Mis. Arllnda L. Woodard and .daughter MJm Ma- rived home last * week after a *ery pleasant two months visit in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Clark LeFever and two dough ters, and Mrs. Le Fever’s mother. Mrs. Shauck. arrived In Lamar last week from Topeka, Kansas. They will make their home In Lamar. L,. Wirt Markham passed through Lamar Friday night on his way to Montrose. Colorado. Mr. Markham has been In Chicago and Columbus. Ohio, for some time past on a com bined business and pleasure trip. Mr. Harvey, one of the Kinsley. (Kansas, editors, has be eft in Lamar several days this week organising two Twenty-two Clubs. He Is meet ing with, much success as hi* club? are fine fraternal Insurance clubs. iMr. F. M. Lamson of Wiley went to Pueblo last week for an operation made necessary by W® knee being dislocated and the bone broken in t runaway accident on July 29. Word received from the C. F. £ I. hospi tal Is to the effect that the opera tion hew been performed and he Is now resting easy. One S. M. Ramsay has been In Jail some days on a charge of assault the per&on of one Robert B. Hart. The' prisoner pleaded guilty this morning in the County Court to a charge of simple assault and was •anteneed to 60 days In the -county Jail, with the understanding that if he pays the costs of prosecution, sen tence will be suspended during his good behavior. Bom—This morning to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Morgan, a bouncing fine boy. | Mrs. M. L. Conwell, accompanied by her children left Monday on No. ! 9 for Colorado Springs where Miss Cura will enter Colorado College. | Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Boyd were call ed to Victor, Colorado, last week on account of the death of their little granddaughter, the only child of thc-lr daughter, Mrs. Edith Maneas. ! The parents and grandparents have j the deepest sympathy of their La j mar friends In their great loss. Sheriff John Simpson took to the state reformatory at Bueua Vista, ( the two young men sentenced to I that institution last week by Judge Fee In the County Court, one foi Uie burglary at B. F. Cooper’s faun i west of town and the other one for stealing a saddle at McClave ana bringing the same into Prowers coun ty. Both young men were guilty of ' felonies, but being under 21 year* of * age were tried In the County Instead :of the District court. 1 Mis* Geneva Morehouse had been | quite sick for several day* and on | last Friday was taken to Denver for < an operation for appendicitis, accom panied by her sister. Miss Corrlune. Mr. Berry and Dr. Bartelt. She came through the operation and hopes were entertaiued for her speedy recovery, but yesterday the uews was received that she wn sinking rapidly and her mother and sisters left at once for Deuver. The sad news was received this morning that she had passed away at 10 o'- clock. The deepest sympathy of all our citizens goes out to the family In their great affliction. In the small hours of Sunday night or rather Monday morning, some tim after one o’clock some person or persons broke into the Brown Palace Saloon, opened the safe and cash register and took three hundred and twenty-five dollars, something over one hundred dollars of this amount was In silver, the rest In curreucy. The eulranoe into the saloon was ef fected through the back door. A pannel of the same was kicked or uroken through, and the thieve* eith er crawled through the opening made or opened the door by reaching through the same. As Mr. Person was In his saloon some time between 12 and 1 o’clock • hat night the burglary occured a/t *r 1 o'clock a. m. ti.l before daylight As tl« safe was locked some one (f the burglars must have known the combination to the same. Several parties are suspected but no definite clue has yet been obtained. Big Circus Races Here. The different races seen in the Campbell Brothers Great Consilodat ed Shows, on their quarter-mile track are so varied that they almost defy < h-scription. The brilliant and highhly appiaude< program includes the Royal Hippo drome races which cause those of Ancient Rome and Olympia to fade Into insignificance, and the author of Ben Hur would find the reality of his romantics dreams; the hotly con tested races between lady contestant mounted on fiery thoroughbred*; double Roman standing bareback races; three horse tandem races; ladles’ and gentlemen’s steeple-chase races; liberty races; Jockey races; man against horse races; mule rac es; pony races without riders; clown race*; Cossack riders against Amer ican. and all flying like the wind. No ther show has the space, or carries the talent or race stock, to remotely compare with this classic exposition of the great areans of an cient and modern times. These and many other novel featurse of extra ordinary excellence are to be seen daily ■ with Campbell Brothers Con solidated Shows which will exhibit at Lamar on Wednesday, September 22nd. Don't miss their magnificent street parade to be seen dally at 10 a. m. It is over one mile long. The Circus itself la the 4th largest in the world today. RED, BLACK OR BLONDE. Oark-Halrrd Children Have the Moal Inailaalloa, Bat Rr4-llra4*4 Get the Good Marka. Some curious statistics relating to hair h ave been collected by the school authorities at Lille. It is found that auburn-haired boys are generally at the head of the recitation classes, and blonde girls come out highest as arith meticians. But in composition they are nowhere, says the Loudon Ex press. The dark-haired children of both sexes have the quality of imagination, and in their compositions know how not to fatigue the attention, and as compared to the auburn and blondes are born stylists. I dare say the auburn boys and blond lasses in the Lille elementary schools are of Flemish—that is tossy, phlegmatic—race. Their 10-ains do not grow at once congested when they stand up to recite, and for that reason they keep the mastery of the vocal or gans. In short, they continue to know what they are about. The dark chil dren are probably of Celtic—that la to say, Gallic—origin. The blood comes with a rush to their brains, and they grow confused, eplutter and break down. If they could only be .aught to remain silent for a few moments they would be all the better for this rush, as the confusion would have paaa* d away, leaving only stimulated mental organs. Finally, on the subject of hair, aay» a writer in Truth. I am sorry to say that the red-headed boys and girls In the I-llle schools are at the bottom In everything, save In good conduct marks. Nor are they remarkable for good health. The dark boys behave !»etter than the auburn or the fair, and are more sensitive to praise or blame. CAMEL A CURIOSITY. • with Two Hsni|M Create* a ■*•- sstlos Aaoi| ihe People *f Cairo, Kurpt. One would hardly expect to hear of a camel bring an object of public at traction In Egypt. That such la the case, however, ia vouched for by the Kgyptinn Gazette. “The ship of the desert,*’ or the one-liuin|>ed drome dary, 1a very common in the streets of Cairo and other parts of the Nile country, but when the zoological gar den at Ghizeh secured a specimen of the two-humped Bactrinii camel there was indeed a sensation. The double-decked ship of the des ert was the moat interesting animal in the menagerie to the native Egyp tian who had been familiar all hia life with the one-li utnped variety. Strange aa it may seem, this particu lar aiH-ciinrn was bred and secured from the Rotterdam zoological gar dens. where the well-known Swiss nat uralist, Dr. Buettlkofer, is rearing the species with success. What the drome*! ry ia to Sahara'■ parched sands, says the Philadelphia Record, the Bactrian camel is to the dreary stretches of Asia. Aa the dromedary may be likened to the swift and safe passenger ship, so may the patient Bactrian beast )>e referrerd to as the slower but all the more impor tant deeply laden merchantman, fov centuries on centuries, generation after generation, these patient crea tures have been transporting the wealth of China, farther India and the orient generally to Russia and thenoa throughout the Occident. NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY. Estate of Joooph E. Flak, Dacaoosd. The undersigned having been ap pointed administrator of the aotato of Joseph G. Flak, lata of the County of Prowers. In the State of Colorado, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear befora the Coun ty Court of said Prowers Coun ty. at the Court House In Lamar. In sahl County, on Tues day the Tth day of BepL A. D. 1909. at the hour of 2 o’clock P. M. of said day, at which time all persons hav ing claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the same ad justed. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make imme diate payment to the undersigned. Dated at Lamar. Colorado,this 3rd day of August, A. D. 1909. W. D. GRAVES. Administrator, of the estate of Joseph E. Flak, De ceased. NOTICE Lamar. Cola. August 11th., 1909. The Board of County Commissioner* of Prowers County. Colorado will ait aa a Board of EquaUaatlon. on Tuesday, th* 7th. day or B*pt*mb*r. A. D. 19t», and contlnu* in session not laes than thr** nor more than tan days, and on Tuesday tha Slat, day of September, A. D. 1909. and continue In session not leee than two nor Makes Good. What was, only a few years ago, a email wagon show, has, by the use of acute business ability and per severance on the part of the Camp (bell Brothers, come now to be at the top notch of tent show* and the cir cus which Campbell Brothers' present to the public today, takes its l place o« a standard circus among the beat im the Country. At a great outlay of money and luard work these progressive gentle men have been gathering together from all over the world and adding to their shows all the extra attrac tions that go to make up the best. Famous acobals, gymnasts, equili brists, contortionists, aerial per formers, dancers, fu-n-making clowns and sensational specialties; besides the daring bareback riders and ex i hibitions of handsome high-spirited trained horses and trained elephants, ponies, mules and dogs go to make up an entertainment that is unequal ed. The menagerie annex contains the most complete and valuable collec tion of wild animals and ferocious boasts from all parts of the world. At 10 a. m. every morning, rain or shrine, takes place Canxpl**U Brothers great sensational street juirade with Its hundreds of horses with glitter ing equipment to dazzle the eye— handsome women riders, soldiers and men of all nations, mounted and carrying the flogs of tludr country, cages of wild animals and all inter .sipersed with bands of catchy music The above shows will exhibit in La mar oo Wednesday, September 22d, rain or slkLae, and promise every feature as advertised both In parade and in the big e-hows at 2 and 8 p. m. ALIAS SUMMONS. State of Colorado ) (ms. la the County County of Prowers) Court. Frank Crittenden, Plaintiff va. SUMMONS. Frank H. Preston and Daniel E. Preston. Defendants. Too People of the State of Colorado. STo Frank IL Preston and Daniel E. Pieeton, the defendants above named, GKKKTING: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the County Court of Proweis County, Slate of Col orado, and answer the complaint therein within twenty days after the service hereof, if served with! this County, or. If served out of this County, or by pub lication, within thirty da> * after the Service hereof, exclusive of the day of service; or Judgment by defuult will be taken against you according to the pray er of the complaint. And if a copy of the complaint in the above entitled ac tion be not served with this summons,or If the service hereof be made out of this State, then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for ap pearance and answer will be allowed be fore the taking of Judgment by default, as aforesaid. The said action is brought to quiet title to certain lands and premises sit uate, lying and being in the County of Prowers and State of Colorado, describ ed as follows, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter (NW l-4>of Section Seventeen and the Northeast Quarter (NK 1-4 J of Section Eighteen <18), all In Town ship Twenty two < 21) South, lung" Forty-one <4l) West of the Sixth Prin cipal Meridian, all In Prowers County. Colorado, and for Judgment of the Court that the title of plaintiff In and to the above described land is good and valla, and that defendants and each of them and any and every person or persons or corporation claiming or to claim the same by. through or under the said de fendants or either of them be forever barred from asserting any claim whatso ever In and to said premises or any par thereof adverse to plaintiff and for such other and further relief as to the Court may seem meet and equitable in the premises and for costs of suit, as will more fully appear from th* complaint hi said action, to which reference Is here made. And you are hereby notlled that If you fall to appear, and to answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will cause Judgment by deuult to be entered ugulnst you and take Judgment for the relief prayed in aalifftcomplaint. Ulven under my hand and the seal of the County Court of Prowers, County, Colorado, at lamxr, in said County, litis •th day of March, A. D. 1 >O9. (SEAL) W. E. FEE. Judge and Acting Clerk. Granby lllllyer. Attorney for Plaintiff. First publication. August 18th. 1809. publication September 16th. IM9 Wonted—Horses to pasture. 1000 acres of wlkl grass and 60 sores of alflatfa. Running water and 4 wire fence. On Sand Creek ranch. H. F. Decker, Granada. Colo. Plneaalve, carbolized, aootbes pain. In any emergency—■brumes, cuts, aor se, burns, scratches etc.. Pinesalve Jcor bo li zed. is best. Sold by The To-Date Drug Co. Aek your grocer for Green ML Creamery Butler. It U the beat. Our milk wagons carry fresh buttermilk. Green ML Dairy. Man Zan, the great Pile remedy, prevents Piles by preventing consti pation. It is conveniently applied directly to the trouble by means of a small nozzle attached to the tube in which Man Zan la put up. Sold by The Up-to-Dote Drug Co. - -- . »t» For Sale—7 acre tract of land ad joining 8. E. corner Lamar worth the money, your terma. P. O. Box 622. The proper way and method of treating a cough or cold is to first of all gently move th*- bowel*. This you can most conveniently do by taking a dose or two of Bees Lax ative Cough Syrup. It !• pleasant to take, acts promptly. Children like it. Sold by The Up-to-l>ate Drug Co. I HAVE SOME GOOD Sooth Missouri Farms TO EXCHANGE FOR COLORADO| UNIMPROVED AND IMPROVED LAND Writ* giving description of what yea have L. N. ROSAMOND HADDA.M, KANSAS SPECIAL SANITARY NOTICE. All persons disposing of deed an imals, decaying vegetables, etc., must bury the same. The city garbage ground being East of wagon bridge In river bed. By order of the Board nf Health. PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. E. E. BAR I EL.T Phy»lcl»n and Burgeon Office over New York store, or inquire «t Mrljean Bn-*.' drug store. DR. LE ROY GULLICK, Physician and Burgeon, (Ex. Interne Md. General Hospital.) Baltimore. Md. Room 9 Land Office Building Tel. Lamar 48. W. A. MERRILL P. J. M'CARTY j Dapy. Dlst. Attorney 1 MERRILL A MO ARTY Attorney, & Counsellor* at Law. LmU .N'.t'L Bank Bid*. Room t and 4 A general practice In aU civil malt ters in all the courts. GRANBY HILLYER Attorney and Couneelor at Law Ltmi, Colosado. Seoend fi##r Qoodalo Bulidinc C C GOOD ALE Attorney and Counselor at Law Oftloe in (Joodalo Block LAMAR 0 LOKADO J. K. DOUGHTY. Attorney and Counselor at Law, L.1f.8, CoLOBADO. owes In Ben, Blk., a.at Main Si. WELLINGTON E. FEE JL.ttoxxi.a-y at Law Lamar. Colorado. F. E. IRWIN Civil Engineer »nd Surveyor 0(0oe over 107 south Main Lamar, Colo. E. G. HENKINS. COMMISSION BROKER WIU Mil Dry and Irrtirstsd Lands. Stock Ranch** and all kin<ls of Live Stock Shesp a Speolalty List Tour nturf with Ms Phons Prowers 190 A Bag of Gold Was saved b> a toy. He started with only 10 cents. .Some days he eaved 20 cents. One holiday he saved 50 cents. Out cl hiit first a eek*n salary be laved $l.OO. 8o fast did bi* money grow that he soon bad $5.00. Thee he worked and saved to get $lO.OO. At the nd of one year he was delighted to fit d that be had saved up $lOO.OO. You osn do the sstne Come to us and get a Beauti ful Pocket Saving! Bank free. The First National Bank LAMAR COLO. J Why pay 6 and 10c each for La mar and colored views, Poatcards. when we sell you them for 3 for 6c. Photo poet cards 1 for 6c at Mo i.ean Bros. The Kidneys eliminate poisons by acting as filters for the blood. When they fall In this respect serious ali ments must result. Plnules for the kidneys are what you should take at the first warning sign of kidney trouble They assist the kidneys in expelling uric add poison. Sold by The Up-to-Date Drug Co. Wanted 8 cars of Oats Straw to ship. Also 200 cars of No. Alfalfa Hay. W. F. PIATT Phone Lamar 266 ——•••— I have plenty of private money to loan on homse In lAmar nod Wiley. CJi. Lee. Found. The following have been left at thie office to be claimed by owners: One door key on short braes chain. One pair steel rimmed spectacles. To Fathers and Mothers and All Others Why take chance* on ha ving typhoid fever hi your : 1 family when you can get absolutely pore distilled water and ice from us at a very reasonbale cost. It is conceded by all reputable physician* that 95 per cent of typhoid cases are the result of using impure wa ter, together with the hot weather. Every family in th* town and country can easily have a supply of pur* dis tilled water for drinking purpose*. Buy sufficient let and put it in a barrel or other suitable receptacle and oae the water as it melts from the ice. A few dollars spent in this way will very likely save yon a large doctor and nuree bill, to say nothing of the worry, the grief and tha * *• Huffring fer you and yours, and the lose of valuable time * at this season of the year. It will pay yon to give thie , matter careful, earnest consideration. J Yours truly, . THE UNION ICE AND STORAGE CO. Phone Lamer 9 Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We carry the largest stock in oar line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to yon at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. Nan Zan Pile Remedy Man Zan is Prepared Especially for the Treatment of Piles in all of the Various Forme of Thie 7 Distressing and Painful Affliction. This preparation is antiseptic, astringent and healing. It Is a jelly-like preparation put up in a tube with perforated nozzle attached, thus enabling sufferers of Pile diseases in any form to apply Man Zan to the affected parts readily. Man Zan draws out inflammation and heals the affected parts. Every man, woman and child who is afflicted with piles in any form should use Man Zan and avoid a painful, serious operation. CURBS PILES We guarantee Man Zan to give satisfactory results or refund your money. Why? Because we believe it to be the best pile cure on the market today. It will be a pleasure to us to mail free to anyone suffering from Piles or any rectal diseases a sample of the marvelous Man Zan Pile Cure. Don't wait. Delays are danger ous. Send us your name and address to-day and we will gladly send you a free trial package of this wonderful preparation, admitted by thousands to be one of the best remedies of its kind for the relief and cure of Piles in any form ever known. Purchase a5O cent tube of Man Zan from your druggist or dealer and if the preparation does not do all we claim your money will be refunded. Take no sub stitute, but insist on Man Zan. PREPARED BY JOHN W. KENNEDY Ac CO. Chicago, U. S. A. CIRCUS SDAYs LAMAR One Day Only Wed. Sept. 22d CAMPBELL BROS. CONSOLIDATED SHOWS CIRCUS, MUSEUM, MENAGERIE, HIPPODROME THE ONLY BIG CIRCUS COMING THIS SEASON 800 Finest Hones on Earth 600 42 Double Length Railway Cars 421 20 World's Famous Bareback Riders 20 40 European and American Aerialists 40 30 Lady and Gentlemen Acrobats 30 20 Happy, Jolly, Funny Clowns 20 17 Performing Elephants 17 Double Menagerie Hippodrome Races 400 PEOPLE ALTOGETHER 400 Special Feature lEa MARVELOUS R.ENELLO Will postkvely appear at each performance, turning a complete aoau er&ault on a Wcycle WHILE LEAPING TIIE GAP. One price of admission takes you all the way through. Two performances daily, rain or shine. Afternoon allow 2 p. in.; night show 8 p. in. Doors open 1 hour earlier BIQ STREET PARADE AT 10:30 A. M.