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The Lamar register. [volume] (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, June 12, 1912, Image 5

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Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sundae or Ice Cream Soda
Will Close Saturday Night June 15, 1912. Everybody Come. We Will
Try and Supply All This Time
We will also give every Lady Housekeeper on Saturday June IS, An Elegant Souvenir Paring Knife—FßEE
Drifgiil, SUiwaer, Jeweler 111 111 iflvWli/S mi 1 Draggist. Stalioaer. Jewe'er
(Established Jan. 1895.)
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to farm aW City i*roper
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Harry Noble of Granada »■ »
county »«at vlaltor today.
Zaok Taylor, tha Granada livery
man, was in Lamar on business to
County Clerk fl. P. Syp weut to
Denver today to spend a abort va
Glen Boyd came up from Texan
this morning and la visiting friends,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. 800 ton left
tbla week for n vlait with friends
in Missouri.
Miss Rosa Thoman went to
Denver the first of the week to
enjoy a vacation. <
Harry Tranler is home for the
summer. Hei has been attending,
Boulder University.
J. P. Cambell of Denver has
been here several days looking af
ter his local Interests.
Will Le'gh returned home Sat
urday from Fort Collins where he
attended the Agricultural College.
Mrs. J. M. Bowles came down
from La Junta the first of the
week and spent several days in
L. F. Adams returned from Den
ver today driving his big new Reo
car, which he went up to purchase.
Dr. A. P. Taylor, the dentist, Is
again in charge of his office in the
Cooper Mock after a vacation spent
in Arizona.
County Treasurre J. O. Stream
is entertaining his Sunday School
class with a picnic out at the
lakes today.
“Billy" Hamilton was down
from Denver last week for sever
al days attending the session o{
the commissioners.
Assistant Postmaster A. A. Hag
erman, who has been spending a
short vacation in Baca county, re
turned home today.
The ladies of the Baptist church
will give a bake sale at the Sil
ver grocery store on Saturday of
thla 'week.
Drs. C. W. Russell and J. M.
Kellogg went to Springfield this
week as medical experts In the
Labrlere trial.
Mrs. Chas. Maxwell and children
left the first of the week for San
Diego, California* where they will
spend the summer.
C. H. Smith, an expert meat cut
ter, from Florence, is now in
charge of the meat department of
Qbe W. H. Carl 6 Co. grocery.
Senator A. N. Parrish left yes
terday for Chicago .where he will
attend the national convention as
on# of Colorado'* delegates.
Mrs. J. S. Hunter and daughter.
Isia, left today for a vlait to Salt
Lake City and Loa Angelas. Thay
will ha gona sevaral months.
Mrs. Mlnnla Utter left on Tues
day for Canon City where she will
represent Lamar at the state con
vention of the fipworth League.
Charles L. Doughty. Jr.,* return
ed last week from the Boulder Un
iversity and will spend the summer
vacation with horns folks in Lamar.
Sheriff John A. Simpson spent
a day or two in Denver this week.
Mrs. Ike Kelser left the first of
the week to visit relatives in
The Lyric theatre has been
closed after a lingering existence
of about five months The picture
pi ow business seems to be slack
ening up at last.
A number of our homesteaders
are already taking advantage of
the new three homestead law
to advertise to make final proof
on their land.
Mrs. C. D. Ford of Denver and
daughter, Mrs. U. P. Reed of Mon.
tana, have been visiting the past
week with Mrs. Ford’s daughters,
Mrs. Paul Benning and Mrs. Tom
W. F. MdCue left for Denver on
Tuesday for a short visit.
Judge W. E. Fee leaves today to
attend the Chicago convention as
alternates for Little Ben, the cross
eyed follower of Bryan and Roose
Mr. and Mrs. Bain arrived here
from California last week and are
visiting with Mrs. Bain’s parsnts,
Judge and Mrs. D. W. Robinson.
They will locate here as Mr. Bain ,
has taken his old position at the
Quite an exciting runaway oc-1
I curred on Main street Tuesday in j
which Phelps tc Smith’s mules col-'
lided with Church A Adams’ de- 1
livery wagon. W. H. Carl added
to ilu axcPemebt bj doing a few
wild west stunts vlth one of the
mules In which the mule came
out first bast. |
Not only on Posts, but Barbed Wire and Field
Fence . We have a complete stock of Painted
Galvanized Barbed Wire, also Universal and
National Fence (the best made.) We also
have White Cedar and Red Cedar Posts all sizes
Mrs. H. 0 Veueman and daugh
ter left on Monday for Colorado
Springs to Join Mr. Venemau who
Li now lu business there. They
have been visiting several weeks
with Mrs Wneinan’s parents. Judge
and Mrs J K. Doughty.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson of
Trinidad have been stopping at the
Central hotel the past week Mr
Wilson represents the National
Biscuit *Co. iu tbla territory and
baa been visiting all the neighbor
-1 mg points while making head
quarters here
John A Williams arrived from
California last week and has been
settling up some of bis business
affairs aud visltng friends siuce
that time He s much mproved in
health and reports the rest of the
family as much better also. John
says Prowers county la the most
prosperous of any section of the
west be ba» neeo, and regards in-
I vestments here as the best that
1 can be made.
Dr. E. E Bartelt and family re
turned on Sunday morning from
California where they have xbeen I
spending the time since the Doc
tor's operation in Ajpril. Owing
to criminal carelessness on the
part of a physician in San Diego
the Doctor has had a severe baok
set and will have to undergo a sec
ond operation in Denver In a few
weeks. He is improving now and
his many Lamar friends are hoping
for his speedy recovery.
Married— This evening. Mr. Ralph
Householder and Mias Maude Mil
ler, Judge W E. Fee officiating
The happy couple left for a short
honeymoon trip after which they
I will be at home in Lamar. The
I groom is one of the clerks at the
I Lamar postoffice and the bride is
a popular member of the young
'social circle of Lamar The hope
'of their many friends is that hap
piness and prosperity will be with
them In their married life.
Married At the home of the
i bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Beavers on Monday morning.
Mr. Lee Strain of La Junta and
Miss Coy Beavers of Lamar. The
happy young couple left 011 No.
11 for La Junta where they will
make their home. Both of the
young people have been well known
and popular iu the younger social
circles of Lamar and there is a
large circle of warm friends who
extend the heartiest congratula
tions and best wishes.
Labriere Trial
The trial of Zeno Labrlere was
called in Baca county last week and
lasted ten days. Judge Hunter call
ed court each day at 8:00 a in.,
and usually a night session was
held. Labrlere was charged with
the murder of Nugent a few months
since and he claimed self-defence.
District Attorney A. W. McHendrie
represented the state aud Granby
Hlllyer and W. B. Gordon defend
ed Labrlere. It was the hardest
fought trial ever held In this sec
tion of the state and resulted in
a hung Jury. The report being that
nine were for acquittal and three
for conviction.
Some Rain
This section was visited by a
number of heavy local rains the
past week and in some sections by
waterspouts. Heavy rains on Two
Buttes creek filled the reservoir
up to twenty-five feet of available
water, and will enable the water
users to secure quite a run of
water A water spout caused a
big flood in Clay creek which swept
everything before It, washing out
the Bourne dam as if it had been
built of paper instead of heavy
stone It barked the water up in
to the measuring station of the
city water supply and caused the
run of muddy water which the city
had for a few hours on Monday.
Nearly the whole farming section
has been given a good wetting at
some time during the week.
A Change in Business
The Lamar Seed Company ha*
changed Its management, F. H. Kei
sty, who hae managed the business
for five years successfully and sat
isfactorily, having retired. The com
pany will now be managed by T.
J and F. W. Say ter. F. W. Sayler
being acting manager of the com
We earnestly solicit the busi
ness of the old customers of The
Lamar Seed Company and many
new ones. Call and see us, we will
treat you right. We are doing
business on a cash basis.
Yours very’ respectfully,
Six room house for rent, three
blocks east of postoffice. Good
lawn. W. J. JOHNSTON.
For tiie Kitchen
Yon'll find every kind and description
of kitchen utensil* in our large stock—
all carefully selected for good value.
We make a specialty of household
wares, buy in large lots and can
afford to sell close.
Yon will be Interested In our new
line of
“1892” Pure Spun Aluminum
Cooking Utensils
A new and better ware which Insures
healthful food, as it cannot chip off.
crack, tarnish, nor spoil food flavors.
Thellghest, brightest, longest-lasting
ware on the market—guaranteed for
15 years.
Our line of paints and varnishes is
the largest In town. Before you do
any painting, talk It over with us.
We can save you money.

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