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Dr. W. K. McMullen,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Main Street. Opposite Depot. LUIAB, II COLORADO; LAMAR HOUSE. Mrs. D. E. Stokes, Propr. (South Main Street.) First Class is every I*akti« vlak* TEIftMS reasoh^jble. Mixon Sc Edaleman. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STAB&E*? Targr <SOX3>t?2: in roimrrtion nritb stabW, A team on the north side of the river. LAMAR, 14 COLORADO A. T. * S. V. 1L K. When travelling for health, bu»lne*a or pleasure, take the -Banana Line for all point" east. »e»t. north or aouth. H Through ticket* to all Important point* in the United state* and Canada and Mexico. Bumice checked to destination. The dally Pullman Palace Car serv ice and thediuin* »t*tlone operated and «>“* rolled by thi* company are too a ell known to make comment necessary. . . _ , W. F. VVHITE.G. P. and T. A Topeka. Kan***. J. F EVERETT. House and Sign F^I3STTI3STC3-. Paper Hanging and Glazing. Order* tilled and work done with prompt . ties* and dispatch. All w ork'guaranteed drat . ela-e. LAMAK.. 11 COLO Lamar Chinese Laundry. First Class Work Turned out on Short Notice. Satisfaction Guaranteed. (South Main Street.) Opposite Livery Stable. 1-10 > ■ — LAMAR! THE BEST TOWN IN EASTERN COLORADO FOR Bl SI NESS AND INVESTMENTS. Surrounded by one of the best Countries on ear.H For Grazing or FanninC3-. The Future Great CITY of Eastern Colorado. Hundreds of People Seeking Homes in THE SEWLY DISCOVERED MECCA. LAM Alt l* -1 tasted on the A. T. A S. F. Railroad, thirty mile- we-t of the Km.m. "tste line and in the heart of one of the beat agricultural countries on the fac-v of tl.. earth. The -oil la rich and adapted to the growth of all cereal- and other production, known to western agriculture, Good pure water I-rapidly obtained. The -utTuund In* land- are approached by one of the beat ayatem* mt irrigation know n m Colorado. Farming land- may 1* secured either under Pre-emption, flomeatead or Tin. I*er Culture acta, and choice -election- -ecured at little expen-.-. For Particulars add re—, i C OL. A. S. JOHNSON, Land Com ml—loner A. T. A-. F. K. K.. Pre-ldent. Topeka, kan-a- J. E. GODDING. I |*. HOLME.a ACO Secretary and General Maumcer. GARDEN C'lT> KW LAMAR. COLORADO. i Ml llMldflU ©) LIUHECH goumteb^ ° n d I 81LOOI. I «OTTH SIDE or R.UI. $ Open day and night. Kio* liqaonl and cigars. Lamar, I*3 Coloym 4 o.fi Russell | I House, F. H. RUSSELL. Prep. LAMAR - - OOLO Hoard by the Day or Week. Terms Rea sonable. Tbf Rum*ll llocrl i* lb» oldr.J b«n» In »b«* d( i I* wainUl) !<»*•■**«!. »n<! tflorti gwl me - <>u»iu.Mop *1 «(>:• hmu»'. 6 3 .. g < - OQ C! »5s < o • §3 a » H J 2 pj S s c 6 C/1 W ® M .e d O S - o «} pej CJ (D fc rj 0* ,H « £ 48IS1K : bTmBP^ " ■ I Ltf w 111 - WWT^agL “l*o quiet old boy,” I ong > .fjlt t<> inform you that Id >l'T constantly keep ou hand, supply of pure drugs, and elegant face powder* and on the market. Also a titH? |WiS ,} wf’ stationery, cigars, mixed |dMfMh> and window glass— place—City Drug Store. LAMAR. 1-5 COLORADO. W. S. Crew. PL&STKR&R Contracts talien. Lamar, 7-10 Colorado.