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| MARGRAVE GROCERY SOPADE THE NEW CLEANER Will aoften the hardeit water, whiten the yellowed clothes, and save the soap bill, also the energy of the one working. Large Packages 25c. !MARGRAVE GROCERY -a.SSTIS_2S.OTS The only get of Numerical Abstracts of the Records of Growers County. Abstracts to Farm aml City Proper ty furnished on shortest no tice. Alep owners of Bald win, Jay dc Co's Abstracts of Prowers County Rec ords previous to the fire of 1888. Terms reasoiuible. Address , 1 MOM BBS COURT? ABSTRACT CO. max. Coloralo MONEY TO LOAN Plentv of Chaao Money for gpad Form and Olty Loans. Oall and 000 mo. j L. WIRT MARKHAM R. D. Bunn was up from Gra nada the first of the week. Don’t fail to hear the Denver Uni versity Glee club Saturday night. County Treasurer Atkins made a business trip to Denver last week. Morris R. Sunday attended the Denver automobile show last week. J. K. Doughty attended to busi ness matters In Las Animas Mon day. Chas. Baldwin, the popular Gra nada merchant was seen upon our streets Tuesday. J. W. Mock of the Two Buttes Lumber and Trading Co., spent Sunday with his family. U .P. Reed of the Lamar Drug Co., made a business and pleasure tr*p to Denver last week. A. L. Hale left for Colorado Springs Tuesday morning after a several days stay in Lamar. G. S. Davis of the Davis Auto company is in Denver this week to purchase a new 1910 Reo Touring car. Mrs. Chas. Gamble returned home Sunday morning after a two months visit with relatives in Virginia and Tennenesse. ■ I A straight, honest, £. j (I healthful cream of Hi II tartar baking powder. 11 II Made from Grapes. j| Iff Contains not a grain ?- s |h of injurious ingredient PH \Dr.PRICFS/ SHAKING PONDERA B\ Fifty Years MSM Dr. Regnler of Regnier, Colorado, was a visitor in town last week. W. C. Gould left for Pueblo Tues day where he will transact some buslueßs matters. Mr. C. C. Rawls left this week lor Nebraska where he will trans act some business. Alfred Todd made a business trip io Denver last week returning on Saturday morning. The M. W. A. will give another dance and box supper Friday even ing at the K. P. hall. Mr. A. L. Orr, of Belleville, Kan sas, spent Monday and Tuesday visiting his old friend, J. T. Kirk patrick and family. J. M. Williams returned from Kansas City Saturday where he had a shipment of sheep. Revive the college spirit In you by attending the Glee Club con cert Saturday night. Harry White of La Junta is In town this week representing the In ternational Land and Investment Co Mrs. R. G. Randolph left for Chicago last Thursday where she will visit several friends for a few weeks. T. H. Smoot of Ronoake, Kansas, was in our town the first part of this week looking for a location on a dry farm. Mrs. H. D. Gaither left for St. 1 .ouis, Missouri, last Friday, where she will visit with relatives for a few weeks. The Denver University Glee Club and Orchestra consists of 24 peo ple. Hear them Saturday night at the M. E. church . Dan McLean returned from Den ver Saturday morning after spend ing several days there taking In the sights at the auto show. Geo. Everett, wife and son Ken n’th. Rev. Keljy and wife spent Monday with the family of William Brlskey on Prosperity Lane . The directors of the Fort Lyon canal met in Umar Saturday and tiansacted several business matters which came before the board. Chas. C. Sherman of Chicago slopped off in our town to visit his cousin. County Assessor Wheel ock. Mr. Sherman Is in route to Idaho, where he has some real es tate holdings under the Big Lost River project. Chief Engineer Chas. W. Beach is up from the Two Buttes town site . Walter Todd of Brandon, Colo rado, is visiting with his brother Alfred, this week. E. C. Bell left for La Junta Tuesday, where he will viait with ais parents for a few days. Lon Flloon left for the Two iiuttes dam where he will Install the new machinery for the con struction work. Judge Henry M. Hunter and Court Stenographer Brown, were •n town this week attending to sev eral court matters . Supt. E. R. Jones returned from Vand<a, M'ssourl, Saturday morn ing where he was called by the sud den death of hie tether. The Stereopticon lecture given at the Presbyterian church Tues day night was excellent and a large crowd was In attendance. Mrs. W. J. Johnston entertained the Bridge Whist club yesterday af ternoon and a most delightful after noon was passed by all. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin re turned from Fowler where they at tended the golden wedding anniver sary of one of their frlenda last week . C .C. Monson of the firm of Mon son it Malcom Realty Co., has been In Lamar for the past week locat ing homesteaders under the Chiving ton Canal. D. H. Bane land co., have pur chased the “EMF” touring car from the Lamar Hardware Co., and expect to use the car In the land department . Thomas Grieves, Jr., of Denver, arrived In Lamar Tuesday morning and will spend several days on the Arkansas river. Mr. Grlevee holds the position of State Hydrogropher. Thos. A. Wilson of Clarlnda, lowa, was In Lamar last week, look ing after his business interest and filed on a quarter section under the Two Buttes project for one of his friends. District Court convened Monday for a short session with Judge Hunter sitting at the bench. Sev eral judgments was handed down by the court and then adjourned until March 21. |W. D. O’Neil haa sold his In terest in the Commercial Studio to his partner Glenn Dye. Mr. Dye will manage the Studio. William O’Neil has purchased half interest in the furniture store of S. D. Church. Marriage licenses were Issued In the past week to: Harry H. Dun ford and Miss Mable Deweese of Granada; Edward H. McKenney and Miss Georgia Etta Thurston of Carrol P. Webb and Mlta Grace O’Nell of Lamar. Mrs. B. F. Webber and two sons arrived In Lamar Tuesday morning bound for the'r new home at Two Buttes. Mr. Webber Is coming with the household goods and ex pects to build a house on his new tract of land under the Two Buttes canal. Mr. and Mrs. Merle C. Ward most delightfully entertained a number of their friends on Friday and Sat urday evenings of last week. Mili tary Euchre on Friday evening and Five Hundred on Saturday evening were the games played. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and all present enjoyed the occasions Immensely. At the regular meeting of the City Council Monday .night, the Mayor was Instructed to Inform all property owners on Main street, two blocks north and two blocks south of the Santa Fe rail road, that they would have to remove all clos ets and outbuildings, for the gener al health of the public. The city marshal was also informed to in struct all children, who use roller skates and ride in wagoaa on Main street to quit the same. *4 Hays Williams and Carl Hasty i left for Kansas City with a con signment of sheep Monday. John Calvert of Preston, lowa, ar rived in Lamar to-day enroute to ais new farm at Two Buttes. Get something under the Chiving ton Canal: SE 30-20-44 for sale , at SIBOO, see C. A. Coker, Lamar. j Chsa. Maxwell of the Lamar Mill £ Elevator Co., made a business i trip to points in western Kansas last week . Fred Hollister one of Baca coun ties prosperous dry farmers was In town transacting business the ' first part of the week. Several persons left Lamar for the eastern part of the County to- 1 day to cast their vote on the new Messenger project. J. T. Kirkpatrick and wife left i for an extended visit to eastern points. They will visit their old home town at Winfield, lowa. I L. M. Gee of Holly was a busl- ( ness visitor last week. Mr. Gee was paying the taxes for the A. V. S. B. &I. L. Co. of Holly, Colo. j There will be a big dance at Two j Buttes, Colorado, Friday night. Sev eral car loads of people are expect- t ing to attend the dance from La- , mar. , Dr. M. M. Burnett returned from a several days tour in Baca county ’ The Dr. was surprised at the pro gress made by the people In the 1 county. Everett Bros, have been hauling * several car loads of lumber and cement to the Chlvlngton works, for the construction of the dam on Sand Creek. • Miss Creta Williams of Oswego Kansas, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Merle Ward. Miss Williams has accepted a position with the Ben nett Mercantile company. The Two Buttes Publishing Co.. 1 will publish their first issue of the Two Buttes Sentinel, next week. N Corner Jones will be the editor and 1 proprietor of the new sheet. J. J. Wilson, state Inspector of the Two Buttes dam. was In town the first part of the week, superin- | tending the loading of the machln- , ery for the construction work. John Willoughby panned through Lamar Wednesday morning on No. 11 on his way to Utah. John was In Lamar a couple of years ago and said he could see a big change In the town. 1 Miss Meservey, of Kansas City, an expert trimmer arrived today and has taken charge of that de- j partment of Miss Fannie Dodd's | millinery store. • Bhe comes highly recommended. Contractor Gibbons of the Two Buttes dam, received several car loads of machinery for the construc tion work of the dam. Work Is progressing rapidly and tw6 shifts will be Installed soon. Mrs. Ray PlUoud entertained the Ladies Aid Socjety of the Christian church last Thursday afternoon. A . most enjoyable afternoon was spent by all and the hostess served a de lightful luncheon at five o’clock. Among those who left for Colo rado Springs to attend the Layman't ( Missionary Convention were: Rev. Kelly and wife, J. UU MarUn. Rev. H. M. Plngree, E. M. Willoughby, W. J. Jobnston and L. Wirt Mark ham. Chief engineer, W. K. Evans, of the D. it G. rail road was In La mar with his corp of surveyors, and commenced the surveying of the terminal grounds and rljflit of ways, i'he party left Saturday night for Texhoma, Oklahoma, where they will survey north to Lamar. Considerable interest has been shown in Luc niautr ol tue State inguway. DiLlbiciices of opinion a* to where the road shall go is the matter before the public now. It the road is to do Lamar any good it will have to pass through the town. There is home talk of the road going from Holly north to the Missouri Pacific K. R. and passing the Arkansas valley up at or near Holly. The engineer for the state highway commission was in our city last week and was taken over land on all of the proposed roads. Ralph Cunningham who came to Lamar for his health some months ago died suddenly Sunday morning. Mr. Cunningham had been suppos ed to be improved In health and his death came as a great shock to his relatives and many friends here. The remains were shipped to his old home in Maryville. Mo., Monday afternoon The fathher and sister of the deceased were at his bedside when he was called by death. The family have the most sincere sympathy of the community in their great loss. Methodist Church Notes. The Denver University orchestra and Glee club will give an entertain ment in the Methodist church Sat urday night. Admission to adults 50c. All public school children will be admitted far half price. The Ladles Aid will meet In bus iness session at the parsonage Thurs day afternoon. Miss Bessie Doughty's S. S. class were delightfully entertained at the home of Phillip Waller last Fri day evening. Mrs. H. H. McDowell entertained Mr. Joe Kellog’s 8. S. class last | Friday evening. The Methodist Sunday School is still keeping up the record. i'hore were 281 in attendance at roll call lost Sunday. Mr. Lee Koonsinan will be with the D. U. Glee club and assist in the special music next Sunday morn ing. Word hsa been received that the new pipe organ is on the way. Next Sunday morning will be Uni versity Day at the Methodist church The entire Glee Club, will be there to furnish the music with choruses, duets, quartettes and solos . Our popular townsman Lee Koons man will be with the Glee Club Sat urday night. District Organized. The Granadda and Holly Irriga tion District is now organized and •eady for the transaction of busj— loss. The election today resulted In a rots of 17 to 2 in favor of the Jistrlct and the election of the nom inated board by the following vote: W. J. House 17. W. A. Merrill 17. S. J. Higbee 16. T. C. Henry through his cuteness in subscribing for the Register will get the cheer ing news immediately, right off the bat. As we predicted the peo ple of Granada notwithstanding the efforts of Henry's assistant stood solid for the proposition, only one vote being recorded against It at their precinct. It means a large ad dition to Prowers county's irrigat ed area and the people underwit are to be congratulated. Real Estate Transactions. Stewart and Lamport sold to Earl Taylor, 160 acres in Baca ounty for SIOOO. D. O. Tweedie estate sold house ind lot on north seventh street to Glenn Kirkpatrick, consideration SBOO. Chas. E. Gibbons sold 80 acres of farm land to Nova E. Butler for S9OO. Geo. A. Watson sold three farms last week. Mort Strain sold his 160 ac farm to Horace Catlln of Burling ton, lowa, for $12,000. D. C. Marker sold house and lot on Olive street to W. P. Bell, consideration $3200. E. C. Howe sold his 160 acre farm near Wiley to William Blom. of Eberley, lowa, for $16,000. Felix Cain sold his Butte Creek farm which consisted of 960 acres and a water right In Butte Creek, to James W. Hine of Morrison. Col orado. COMINGAGAIN LAMAR Tuesday Wednesday Mar. 15 and 16 at la Ben-Mar Dr. K.C. Sapero OCULIST AMD AURIBT Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat WWCtit Specials! of Denver la too well known to need any Intro duction. His references are lha pa tients —your friends and neighbors. Hundred* of Patient* in thii Vi cinity—Mo Incurable Pa tient* Taken Cataract* removed and cross eyaa straightened. Granulated eyelids, sore eyes and catarrh successfully treated. Glasses scientifically adjusted by the latest and most approved up-to-date methods. Difficult cases and school chil dren solicited. OVZB 7,000 PATIXNTB treated In Colorado. A large stock of glaasea and artificial eyes on hand. A large proportion of headache and hyste ria, Insomnia, chorea (Bt. Vitus dance) and nervous prostration are caused by eye strain. The removal of the cause effects a permanent cure. Physician* Especially Invited to call and Investigate his metohds of correcting errors of refraction. DR. SAPERO has been practicing In Colorado for man; yeads. He Is a graduate of the leading medical colleges of Kuropc and this country, and Is licensed to practice by the Ktate Board of Medl •al Kxamfnera of Colorado and other states. *Tohae unfortunate and unable to pay will receive medical attention free. References furnished from some of the leading citizens of Umar and vicinity, now under treatment. Remember Dr. Sapero does not experiment. He cures where others falL Over 17 years practical experience. Thousands of testimonials from grateful patients whom he has cured, furnished on de mand. Dr. Sapero has been visiting Umar for many years. All Work Guaranteed or Money. Refunded If you desire to consult the doctor, please make appointments early. Consultation and Examination For Olaaaae FRXS To Whom It May Concern. Notice is hereby given that my wife. Maggie Stump, has left my bed and board and I will no longer he responsible for any debts what ever she may contract. Dated at Lamar, this 16th day of February. 1910. HENRY STUMP. SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD If you have anything saleable that you wish to dispose of call and let me investigate. We can offer you Many Bargains in Second Hand Goods Come and see us D. W. ROBINSON Santa Fe Ava. East of Lamar Nat'l. Bank WE ARE IN IT when It comes to paint. Now is the time to freshen up by doing the odd jobs of painting you have been planning. Try some of the New Era Paint*, Enamels, Stains and Varnishes. They are scientifically prepared for special uses. Some for wood work, out side or in, some for floors some for buggies and some for furniture. For any purpose use New Era paints you will be pleased. Lamar Wall Paper&PaintCo C. S. CURRAN. Manager. GIVEN AWAY FREE W* will presses, abaoluteljr f rr, os. He 14 DM Pee wMk all orders far OSS tee ml genuine Canon CUjr Coal, (|h* bee* iDWUIIr “—I adaed). These peas ere s. aiethlag eatirelp sew, as worn head osar, aa were harhsefise. Let us hare year erder ass an ear ••pply of dans peas In Ihnllad. A I af ear saHanri whe hare pws la sssrags eoal, wap ohtala oae by —J“-p as ear edOsa. ■emihsr. WS handle donkey's aad Use. M. ink SB Mai aad Heap Cere, alee Poultry aad Block Teal on. All kinds af psls. bap aad will feeds. We hare a tap One pels af Pea Oaal S *■** per Sew, dellrered. The Lamar Seed Company $lO,OOO Will be • § Awarded in Prizes w The DENVER REPUBLICAN To Hustling Subscription Workers On Monday, January 24th, The Denver Republican start ed the greatest circulation voting contest ever undertaken In Colorado. Seventy valuable prizes, valued at over $lO,OOO, will be awarded to the live workers who secure the largest num ber of new subscribers to the Daily aud Sunday Republi can before March 31. Prizes will consist of: • Five Automobiles valued at A ♦750.00 Piano Player . A ♦125.00 Victor Vietcola Talking Machine . 4 Motor Cycles valu-el at ♦l,OOO. 12 Business College Scholarships worth ♦IOO each. 5 Denver Lota valued at fti/JIO. 4 ♦75.00 Diamond Rings. 12 1910 Hartford Bicynes valued at ♦l2). 12 ♦35.00 Gold Watches . 12 Remlngston Shotguns valued at ♦3OO. Not Lack! Not Chance! Everybody on the Same Basis! a Square Deal for All Everybody is eligible, everyone has friends who will help. Follow the Instructions taaL will be mailed upon application to The Republican office, get your friends and neighbors to subscribe for the bes., the most reliable and the one Denver newspaper that rightly belongs and fits most aptly in every Colorado home. The people who start early and hustle hard are those who will secure the cream of the big prizes. Cut Out Tills Cou|m>ii and Mail It Today. To THE DENVER REPUBLICAN. Date 1910. Denver, Colorado . Gentlemen: Kindly send me full parGculars In re gard to your $lO,O 00 Prize Circulation Contest. Signed R .R. 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