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Closing Out UMBRELLAS Closing Out
AT LESS THAN COST The Umbrella season is about over and we want to clean up all on hand for this year and will close them out at % and % off. If you have a good handle we will fit a new top to same Free. These goods are about all new Hull Detachable Handle Umbrellas—New Tops at $l.OO up, handles 50c up—See our window. OLD RELIABLE I\| I\| Mpl IT AN OLD RELIABLE Bragfict, SUiwaer, Jeweler I V • 1 V • If Jl V Driggift, Statincr. Jewe'er — (Established Jan. 1895.) iLBSTEJLCTS Tbs only set of ifutnsrioal VntrttaU of tkt Rrcordfi.J Ptovrs County. Abstract* t» farm and City I‘rupsi ty furnished oft shortest no Nm Also owttors of Bald utn, Joy t* Co.’s Abstracts of Proves County Bsc ttds prsifiotss to the firs of ||M. Terms reasonable Address, PROVRRS COURT! ABSTRACT CO MONEY TO LOAN NsAtv •« Ohsso Mtnsyfsr MN Farm And Olty Leans. «Mll SIN tss ms.l U WIRT MARKHAM Q. H. Brown returned last week from a abort vacation spent in Cal ifornia. Attorney W. A. Merrill went to Springfield last Friday on legal matters. Mrs. Q. E. Blosser of Holton, Kansas, is visiting relatives In this vicinity. Judge J. K. Doughty was called to Springfield on legal business again this week. Deputy Treasurer Chas. Gamble and wife are spending a short va cation in Denver. Mrs. J. E. Swadley left the first of the week for a short visit with friends in Pueblo. Mrs. Sam Smith went to Denver the first of the week for a short visit with relatives. E. Emerson, editor of the Spring field Herald, has been a Lamar vis itor several days this week. Grant Henkina is back from Las Vegas where he has been tied up by sickness for a week or so. Miss Cora Con well and Marion Conwell went to Colorado Springs last weeks to spend a few days. Mrs. Perry McMlllin and Miss Green are spending a few days in Colorado Springs and other points. U. S. Akers, a stockman from Hartman is at the sanitorium, hav ing been eent up by Dr. Sperry of Granada. Bruce Steele, one of the prosper ous new farmers of the great north side, was transacting business In Lgmar today. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Chambers, who have been in Holly for sever al weeks returned to Lamar the first of this week. Earl Tewell returned from a vis it to Pueblo and Denver last week and is visiting with his sister, Mrs. Fra-nk Sayler. Mrs. G. A. Watson has return, ed from Troy, Kansas, where she was called by the sickness and death of her mother. Chas. M. Ford of Carlton was be fore the landoffice on last Friday to make final -proof on his home stead near that place. David Huff, W. J. Shalz, 8. O. Fry and A. J. Ashby all made fi nal proof on their homesteads south of Lamar the past week. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Russell re turned on Tuesday from a visit of several days in Hotchkiss and Delta on the western slope. Miss Fannie Dodds has returned from a visit to the mountains. M rs. Ed 811 ver left today for Monument to visit relatives. Dr. J. A. Brill, the veterinarian, left last week for Brush In the northern part of the state to attend to business maters. Miss Iva O'Kane from Illinois is visiting in Lamar with her brother, Harry O’Kane, who is the popular mail carrier for the north district. Mrs. C. E. Imel left the first of the week for 9pringfield, Missouri, to be with her sister. Miss Addah Starrett, who has been quite sick. 1. H. Myers has moved his office to the front of the Register office where he can be found at all times by those wishing loans or notary work. F. M. Hunt of Boise, Idaho, vis ited relatives and friends in La mar this week. He was on his way to his old home In Missouri for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shackleford from Missouri have been visiting at the home of Mr. Shackleford’s father, W. T. Shackleford, near La mar. i Cashier L. J. Boring of the Cit izens State Bank left the first of the w'eek for a short vacation to be spent in the northern part of the state. Bob Fowley has taken the con cession for the speed program at the fair and is meeting with great success in getting it filled by ad vertisers. The heavy rains have tied up several oar loads of auto tourists in. Lamar temporarily. They all seemed glad to get here before the tieup caught them. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin from Oklahoma have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leß Cook in Lamar. Mr. Martin is a cousin of Mrs. Cook. Invitations are out for the mar riage on August 28th of Miss Jes sie Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ford of Denver, and Mr. Julius Hansen. Miss Ford was a former Lamar girl and is a sister of Mrs. Paul Denning and Mrs. Tom Hover. She has many friends in Lamar. ARE YOU POSTED?^ 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 OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU THE W. M. DICKINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE LAMAR 46 LAMAR, COLORADO C. F. Hortcnstein, of the Ben- Mar, left last week for Kansas City on business for the Railway Em ployees Protective Association of which he is an official. A deal was closed last week by which W. F. McCue takes over the interest of W. M. Dickinson in the lumber yards at Lamar, Wiley, Mc- Clave, Granada and Two Buttes. \ Harry DeWitt was in from the farm yesterday and reports every thing booming agriculturally, the only drawback being the lack of ground to stack the big crops on. C. H. Hackett of Waterloo, lowa, father of the late Mrs. Flint, ar rived last Friday for the funeral and is now visiting w«th his son on. his claim near iLanar and with Mr. Flint. Mr. Steele, who has until re cently been a grocery-man at Kan sas City, arrived In Lamar today from Pueblo and/ is looking for res idence property here as he expects to locate. Messrs. J. o. Stream, H. P. Syp, A. N. Parrish, J. S. Hasty and W. H. Wheelock were among those who went down to Holly today to attend the dedication of the fine new depot. Mrs. A. .E. Downer returned on Sunday evening from a visit of a few weeks in Denver. L. N. Zalinger and S. G. Porter of Holly were county seat visitors last Friday. J. P. Campbell has closed a deal by which he will take charge of the Kornman and McClave al falfa meal mills for the ensuing campaign and again become a resi dent of Lamar. Walter Werntz of Kansas City, western manager of the Cenral In surance Co. of that place was a Lamar visitor this week. The com pany looks with favor upon the | securities of this valley for loans and investments. Misses Beryl McLean, Alma Lsa therman and Pauline Gilbert re turned the first of the week from Bristol where they had enjoyed a visit, with their schoolmate. Miss Elizabeth Coates, for a week. Hon. N. N. McLean returned from Denver the first of the w*eek. He lias accepted the progressive nomi nation for congressman of this dis trict, and expects to make the other fellows hustle all the time. Sheriff Simpson took A. N. Par rish, E. M. Mears and Cal Downing down to Granada in his car today to look, at the garden track being cultivated by himself and Butch Walker. They report more stuff growing to the acre there than any place else on, earth. Onions by the hundreds of bushels and other gar den stuff, plums, raspberries, etc., until it is hard to enumerate. The irrigation is done by gasoline en gine. Mr. Mears brought back enough samples to convince the most skeptical. \ j Some Rain Prowers county has been having a steady run of dally rains for over two weeks now', and todayo it began to come down just like it meant business. The total fall for 24 hours was 2.75 inches which has thoroughly wet down every thing and started all the dry creeks over the country to running water just like real rivers. Special Demonstration C. C. Huddleston is making a special display of Velie buggies at his wareroom now and on August 22, 23 and 24 will have an expert from the John Deere Co., the man ufacturers, here to demonstrate its good points for the benefit of the public. He expects to give away one of these buggies before he fin ishes the demonstration. Holly's New Depot Holly had a big time today ded icating their fine new Santa Fe depot and a number of prominent railroad officials and other guests were present for the occasion. A number of autos came up to La mar that morning to meet the guetss and take them around over the great Amity system and back to Holly for the big event at 2 o’clock in the afternoon The rain which has been almost continuous here for some days be haved itself until the program of wild west sports and speeches was completed and then turned loose once more and washed out enough track so that the road is now tied up. Holly itself got a severe drench ing and washing over from Horse creek, but has its new depot com pleted and ready for use when the blockade is over, so they are nappy. Lost—A black auto trunk, be tween Las Animas and Syracuse. Trunk had suit case in it. Return to Butler's store and you will be paid for your trouble. Notice of Teachers Examination An examination for those de siring teachers certificates la Prow ers county will be held at the court room in Lamar, Colo., on TThurn day and Friday, August 15 and 16, 1912. NEL.LE L. REED, County Supt. Notice Having retired from the man agement of the The Lamar Seedt Co., all parties knowing them selves indebted to me are request ed to call at my office, the old M. Strain office, and settle their ac counts at once. Very truly, F. H. KELSEY.