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| MARGRAVE GROCERY i
Large Sweet Oranges 1
per doz. 30c |
| California Sweet Oranges are good now and at this price are a cheap fruit 3
hatre a few of the Small Apples and will continue the price at $1.25 3
We carry a large as; ortment of all kinds of fruit and at reasonable prices
! MARGRAVE GROCERY I
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ABSTEiLCTS
The only set of Numerical
Abstracts of the lie cor tin nr
Pro were County. Abstract*
to Fannatd Citu Proper
ty furnished on shortest no.
tins. Also owners of Haiti.
*nn. Jay tfe Co.'s Abstract*
of /'rowers County !{>••-
orris previous to the / ire of J
1988. Terms reasonable.
Address*
Rf *RRB COURTY ABSTRACT CC.!
max, Colorado
I
MONEY TO LOANI
Plontv of Chnao (Money for
«ood Form and City Loan*.
Oall and aoo mo.
U WIRT MARKHAM
.
W. A. Zimmer has been spend
ing a few days in Denver this week.
K. M. Irving of Granada was a
visitor in Lamar the first of this
week.
Francis M. Hunt returned from
Maryville. Missouri. Wednesday or
No. 7.
Donald Mclntosh of Las Animas
was a visitor in Lamar the first of
this week.
Mrs. T. J. Sayler returned from
a weeks visit in Denver with friends
Sunday evening.
G. W. Karn of Granada was at
tending to business matters at the
court house this week.
Rev. Cunningham of the Christ
ian church is reported to he quite
HI this week and very low.
Mrs. Ora Everett spent a few
days last week In Granada visiting
her sister. Mrs. Allen Skinner.
Mrs. W. M. Dickinson returnee
from Denver Bunday after a very
pleasant week visiting friends.
Wm. Green from Florence. Colo
rado, is looking for a farm to rent.
He thinks this is a fine country.
Francis D. Pastor!us of Colorado
Springs is in Lamar this look
ing after his business interests.
T. J. Sayier made a trip to the
Two Buttes Tuesday to Inspect
the work on the Sayler building.
The Y. M. P. Embroidery Club
met at the residence of Mrs. Paul
Denning last Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Strain are
In from McClave, Colorado, spend
ing a few days visiting their friends.
D. E. Cooper arrived home from
Long Beach, California, Monda>
and reports Mrs. Cooper’s health
is improving.
Mrs. W. H. Wheelock returned
from a several months visit with
her sister,Mrs. W. N. Slater. In Port
Chester, N. Y.
A. E. Bent is down from Denver
and has his shoulder against the
wheel pushing for Lamar for its
newest enterprise.
J. K. Doughty returned last Fri
day from a business trip of sever
al days In Denver, where he was
selling some Hand.
Mr. E. D. Householder left for
Galena, Kansas, where he was call
ed by a telegram announcing the
death of his sister.
J. V. Lamport of Lamport, Colo
rado, is spending a few days In La
mar visiting friends and attending
to business matters .
L. J. Hutchins and Steve Bogg
le ft for Corpus Christ! Bay, Texas.
Tuesday noon on No. 8. Both are
out sight seeing and will spend a
tew weeks at the great health re
fort.
John Pearson of Wiley was in
Lamar the first of the week. John
said, he came in to donate a little
on the new railroad.
| Daniel Carl and wife left for Los
, Angeles, California where they will
j spend a few weeks taking in the
sights and recuperate.
I Marriage license was issued in
j the past week to Miss Laura Okey
. ind Ross Pickel, both parties be
ing residents of Lamar.
' Sheriff John Gruber of Ani
nas was in Tuesday look
:ng after some land that was to
;e sold at a Sheriffs sale.
Austin Holeman of dronson. Kan
sas, has been in Lamar for several
days visiting friends and looking
over the Two Buttes project.
I The new views of the Two Buttes
' work at the family theater are ex
' cellent and show a person from one*
end of the work to the other,
it will be in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Skinner, Art
Halstead and R. D. Bunn were up
from Granada to attend the J. % IT.
i G.’s. dance last Friday evening.
Rev. Wilks of the German Luth
eran church left for Fort Collins
Monday night where he will at
tend the German Lutheran meeting.
L. Wirt Markham returned from
Greeley Sunday night where he has
been attending a meeting of the
aoard of directors of the Normal
school.
Miss Vefhie Miller made a visit
to I*as Animas Saturday and Sun
day, and w’as the guest of Miss
Pearl Lay. Miss Miller reports a
fine time.
The F. A. Dowler Auto Company
lave changed the schedule on the
tuto line to the Two Buttes from
Monday to Tuesday, the Saturday
.-un is the same.
Mrs. Margaret Roy of Brandon,
Colorado, was burled In the River
Side cemetery Monday afterboon.
Mrs. Roy was a native of Scotland
ind was 84 years old.
Miss Minnie H. Jones, sister of
Prof. E. R. Jones, arrived in La
oar Monday afternoon from Den
ver. Miss Jones will visit with her
irother and family for a few days.
John Anderson, alias Miller, was
lentenced to 20 days in the Coun
y Jail, being charged as a confi—
lence man. Anderson was caught
>y Sheriff Simpson last week on a
’>anta Fe train.
Frank Hays and wife of San
•’ranciaco and now from New York
'ity stopped off in Lamar last Sun
lay to visit their friends. Mr. Hays
s an old timer in the Arkansas Val
ey and Baca County.
I>and sa’es at the Two Buttes of-
Ice for the past week are: Maria
]. Holeman, Bronson, Kansas, 40
teres; James R. Haviland, Benton,
iowa. 40 acres; Ernest Burgner
Denver, Colo., 40 acres; Rose O.
'oon, Rantoul, Illinois 160 acres.
The people in Lamar will be
ising the soft spring watef from
Jlay Creek by the last of this week
Engineer Beardsley 1b now busy
• r-paring to turn thewater in Wed
ie:sday and by the last of the week
Everybody returned from the
Stock Show in Denver after being
jumped around by the street cars
ind several smaller incidents hap
pening,and all pronounced the show
.lie best ever and are now telling
is what we missed.
John Oolladay returned from the
stock Show in Denver Sunday even
ng. Although John was pushed
.round by a Tramway car on 15th
itreet, he is able to be about. John
•eports that he has filed a suit
against the Denver Tramway Co.
or injuries received.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Christian church yiet at the home
n .Mrs. Albert A. Morlch for the
irst time this year and new work
jr the coming year was planed. Af
r a very delicious luncheon the
idles departed all having spent a
zery delightful afternoon.
E. B. Leatherman left Sunday
for Kulisas City.
Jack Creaghe left this week for
Negr Mexico where he will pur -
' chase a large bunch of cattle.
Miss Bessie Hall and Miss Beula
left Sunday on No. 10 for
Kansas City. They will visit with
friends and relatives In that city
for several weeks.
Elmer J. Wagner returned this
week from the stock show at Den
ver, where he took a number of
prizes, and signed up as one of the
barter members of the i*ainar
boosters club.
The new hoard of directors for
the Prowers and Bent district is
.loing some active work now, and
here is considerable interest be
ing taken In the proposition. The
prospects for the successful financ
ing of this great enterprise arc
nurh improved.
Mrs. W. L. Pollard and Mrs. Cas
tle Church entertained the Baptist
Indies Aid Society on Friday after
noon of last week at the home of
he former. A. large number were
present. A missionary program
vas rendered, the subject being
‘The Giant North West.” At the
close of the program delicious Ice
cream, cake and coffee were served
which were enjoyed by all.
Frank Van Gundy after gradu
ating from the lamar printing of
fices by progressive promotions has
?one to Richfield, Kansas, to take
J charge of a paper. Van. as he Is
familiarly known to all the news
paper men of the valley, narrowly
missed a fortune once at Richfield
and has gone back to see if an
other is hiding itself in those dig
gings. Success to him wherever h<
./go Is our wish. it
Ezra Brock lent a helping hand
to a friend Saturday by allowing
him to ride in from the Two Buttes
dam, giving him the price of sup
per and a good bed. Mr. Brock
was called on to hitch up a horse
In the night and evldentally the
friend stole Mr. Brock’s new twen
ty-flve dollar watch. Late Sun
day night Marshal Martin captured
th-? man and in his possession the
wratch was found. He was at once
•laced in Jail and gave his name
is Thos. Doyle of Kinsley. Kansas.
Lost—Gold Waist pin, with let
ter ”M" engraved on it. Leave at
?lty Electric Co.
For Sale.
Fine Rhode Island Roosters at
11.00 a piece if taken soon.
R. A. McKIBBON. Wiley
Honor Among Brigands.
\ recent fight with brigand* la
in’ Mills resulted in the death of a
nJd»!»r The b.igands sent $2,500 to
ds widow Bushrangers who held up
i ra.'orlte Australian offlolal discov
ered later the identity of their vl*
Im. They returned hla horse, with
Us wallet tied about his neck, and
Ms money and watch Inside. Even
he Chinese pirates have some honor,
i consul reports, and will pay for the
litre of vesiels which they have com
manded for their expeditions.
Somewhat Involved.
-Don’t you love me?"
“Yes. dear, but I’m already e»
gaged.”
-Break your engagement*
-Oh George, that wouldn’t be hon
orable. An engagement la a sacreo
thing and not lighUy be entered
Into or broken off. Besides—”
’’Well?”
-Well, I’m engaged to two men, art*
that makee It oven worse.-
Notice of Redemption
OF SCHOOL ORDERS
Ottloo at County Treasurer.
Prowers County, Colo.
Dec. 22. 1909.
Notice la hereby given that I will
redeem at my office In Lamar, Prow
ana County. Colorado, an School Ord
ers numbered aa folio we:
Amount of
No. Dato of Issue Ordor
School District No 0, Bonds.
1 Dec. 1, 1899 SSOO 00
School Dlst. No. 8, General.
3.73 Mar. 26, 1908 .. 65 00
380 Apr. 25, 1908 .. 65 00
379 Apr. 25, 1908 . . 65 00
381 Apr. 24, 1908 .. 135 00
interest will cease on above uam- !
-*d school orders and bond after
lan. 22. 1910.
J. T. ADKINS.
OO'UU • TraMWSr
Bees Laxative Cough Syrup con
tains no opiate or narcotic. it Is
gentle, easy laxative, by which
it drives the eold from the system
and at the same time heals Irrita
tion of the throat and stops the
ough. Sold by The Up-to-Date
Drug Co.
Consumption Statistics.
prove that a neglected cold or
cough puts the lungs in so had a
condition that consumption germs
find a fertile field for fastening on
•ne. Stop fhe cough Just as soon
as it appqprs with Ballard’s Hore
hound Syrup. Soothes the torn
ind inflamed tissues and makes you
well againg.
MoLean Bros. Old Reliable Druggists
A Hair’s Breadth Escape.
Do you know that every time
you have a cough or a cold and
let it run on thinking it will Just
cure Itself you are inviting pneu
monia, consumption or some other
pulmonary trouble? Don’t risk
if. Put your lungs back In per
fect health nad stop that cough
with Ballard’s Horehound Syrup.
Price 25c, 50c and SI.OO per
bottle.
McLean Bros. Old Reliable Druggists.
SPECIAL SANITARY NOTICE.
All psrsons disposing of dssd 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 Beard of Health.
For Rent.
Six room house and garden.
Inquire of P. S. Lynch.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of tbs Interior.
United States Land office at lanuu.
Colorado. December 10, 1909.
.Notice is hereby given that Charles
fci liyera, of Lamar. Colorado, who, on
dan-h 21. 190* made homestead appli
cation No. 9492 Serial. Xu. 04322. for
•he Houtheaat quarter of Hectlon 3.
I'ownahlp 21 Houth. lUnxe 45 Went of
ne 4th Principal Meridian, h*x filed
mtlce of Intention to make Final com
mutation Proof, to eatahlinh claim to
.he land above described, before the
•vegtater and Ke«-*tv*r. at Umar, Colo- i
rado. on the 25th day of January, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Georg* A. Phelpx, W. L. Wood*. Ira
'•ad ley all three of Umir. and J
*V. Taylor of lirandon Colorado.
lOHt: A. WILLI AMR
ftegiater.
POSTAL CIGAR STAND
Headquarters for Smokers'
Supplies of all kinds,
etc.
i
l.argrsi lin- nl •’War l»a- "
vans. Key West, import',
and Don eS’ic C ga** in *h« v
cii>.
Sole Agen } *• ' ll»e fauio * £
Key West Queen r
the largest and be»i 5c cigar
made
Sole agent*' in l-'itii-u D»i
Kfhimhon Tu'IWRIIKK '
Ribbon- *
AND C*KBON I’APKHS
POSTAL CIGAR STAND
No Order Too Small
We deliver everything in omr line any day of
the week.
WhiLe Palace Ice Cream
Parlor and Bakery
Fred Lee Phone Prowers 35
MORTON STRAIN. 3. T. Me CLAVE, L. F. ADAMS
President. Vie# Free. Ceehler
CAPITAL $50,000
fHE LAMAR NATIONAL BANK
•ueeseeer to STATE BANK OF LAMAR
LAMA ft, COLORADO
CIREC TORS:
Moriss strain, B. T. McClave L. F. Adama, M. J. McMlllln,
C. M. Las C. S. Smith, A. Dee ter.
We want yoor bueioeea. largo or email, aod offer every
flaailitg aaosteOent with o tin md conservative banbft^
Ictoaati imtil •■Nut So Mb Meaty (Mon 9*14
Money to Loan
Money to Loan on Colorado Irrigated
Farms.
J. F CURRY,
SEAL ESTATE S FISC INSURANCE
loom 3, over Lamar NaL Bank
* »«ar. Cola
I
Fred L. Bosacrans
Feast Block, N. Main St.
Plumbing Supplies
and
Plombing Work
A Bag of Gold
wa* saved by a boy. He
started with only
10 cents.
tie •lilt* ibt s lie* oUk< <J
20 cents.
One holiday he saved
SO cents.
Out of bin first week's salary
be saved
$l.OO.
So fast did his money grow
that he se>o • had
$5.00.
Thee he worked and saved
to get
$lO.OO.
At the nd of one year he
was delighted to fii d that he
had stved up
$lOO.OO.
Yon oan do the same
Oorae to us and get a Beauti
ful Pocket tievluge Bank
free.
The First National Bank
LAMAR COI.O
UK. C. H. WALK Kit
VETEKINARY SURGEON
{ Offlcu Fhone, Lamar 83
Residence Phone, Umar 127
A GOOD iI’DGK
of what Is good value for money (
expended will tell you, that you
can get more and better value in ;
the line of Wall Paper and Paint i
here than elsewhere. All we ask Is j
A FAIR TRIAL
and we will guarantee to prove
to your aatlsfact'on that this is a
true statement. Join our long list i
of satisfied customers.
Lamar Wall Paper&Paint Co
C. 8. CURRAN. Manager
l Hardware, Furniture,
• Tinware, Harness, etc.
We carry the largest stock in ear line ever carried
in eastern Colorado and oan sell to yon at lowest
prices ever known in the valley.
'THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO.
■ SILVER BROS.
GROCERIES
I BAST SIDE MAIN ST. ’PHONB SBD NO. S:i
Queensware Graniteware
I ehinaware Tinware
Linoleum
WM. WARBURG THE FAIR
O. M. SMITH, CHAS. MAXWELL, J. Si. WILLIAMS, C. F. OOOK.
President Vice Pres. Osekler AseL CkwMsr. ’
Citizens State Bank
* LAMAR, COLORADO.
CAPITAL ST OCK M 5,000.00
DIRECTORS:
1. L. Maxwell, a. M. Smith. Geo. A. Everett, J. M. WMMmm, J. S Mth,
Chaa. Maxwell and E. H. Oereqke.
SAFETY DE POSIT BOXES.
HEATER SALE ON
Of course when we say Heater, we mean the old reliable
Cole Hot Blast, the stove i hat has no peer, the etove
that has stood the Test In saving Fuel and holding Fire.
Yea we have other Heaters any price you want. Come
In and let ns tell you about them, and of course, aa the
oldest Furniture House In the valley we have a complete
line.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
Carl & Hagaman
GIVEN AWAY FREE
We will present, absolutely l **e, one Ho E-Z Dost Paa with all
orders for one ton of genuine Canon City Coal, (the beat domesth
<oal mined). These pans are »• mottling entirely new, no more beml
ing over, no more backaches. Lot us have yoar order now as ©or
supply of dust pans is limited. A I of our customer*. who have pet
in storage coal, may obtain one by calling at oar office.
Remember, we handle Conkoy'-* and Geo. H. Lsst Mgg Mu
and Roup Cure, also Poultry and Stock Tonics. All klada of groin,
buy and mill feeds. We have a \ ery fine gPado of Pm Oeal
$l.BO per ton, delivered.
The Lamar Seed Company
EVERETT BROS
Dealers in Meats
Contractors Cement Work
FOR CHAPPED HANDS AND ROUGHNESS OF HKIN I
USE OUR ■
Witch Hazel J
Cream |
| Lamar Drug Co. I
RUNNING—I‘MOTO

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