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Sample copies can be seen at this office. We hope that our friends will show tlielr appreciation of our efforts in their behalf, by making up their minds to take advantage of this splendid offer—SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE. Send all subscriptions to REGISTER. Lamar, Colorado. Mustang Liniment Jlzxicax Hmti.'O Linimkct, Jfiwa*«to YtryEoiK Wonderful. Tut it. i ii*%" f! “ E=er* il C * ia' rJ My u w / Pa. r#/ ll§r , li r -1 = -"l s* i i S’ z, -y\£\ 55 WV 'usvrar? mriTO "eraos -no >wnjjjtmtuMTj ontiuk irvoixzg lueuimn Sue)sn|N FOLSOM Is a United States Land Office town and is the coming Metropolis of North-Eastern New Mexico A new town that offer* reliable and paying Investment* and splendid opportunities to engage lu business in a city surrounded by a beautiful country on tbe Great Pan-Handle Route. South of Emory's Gap In Sew Mexico, where tbe climate la delightful and an abun dance of good pure a-ater is found at a depth of 20 feet. Where thousands of acres of fer tile lauds are opeu to aettlers nnder the Homestead. Pre-emption and Timber Culture laws. Coal of excellent quality has been discovered within seven miles of fuLSoM, aad good building stone can be hud a quarry udjolalnggthe tow n. FOLSOM Is situated at the commencement of tbe great rolling prairie*, of dark loam lor which North-eastern New Mexico is noted and which will be the finest agricultural country In the west, and is famona for its healthy climate. Those aflleied with Catarrh. Consumption, Kid npy Complaints and.malerial diseases.regain their health here A 0. S. Land Office HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED BY PRESENT CONGRESS at FOLSOM to accommodate the tide of Immigration pouring In on the line of the Great Pan-Handle Route. The Land District contain* s,soo,ou> acres uf land, acres of which are public lands now open for settlement. ■< FOLSOM ¥ Is an Eating Station l' X “ i T " n WO " h ]»>< » .11" eontb of Trtntd.d ,„d 70 mile. “ lln *- r “ I - SO “ wl “ b « *»' future County .eat of the eaitern pert of Colf.i eountv. New Mexico, and I. at the Junction of the Hock I.land Railroad with the Denver >M!3£KE3£ FOLSUMI *‘" e -tlo fueamtf between tort Lots are Sold on the Following Terms: de.Re T” hl * hlrd ,n threo D ’ omh * and on ' thlr<l In Mi month.. Tho.e who OPP-umty of ,n“ F. S. Pcrset, }I. S. Grate, p. E . Cooper. President, Vice-President, Treasurer. For further particular* address C. C. COODALE, Secretary and Manager, Lamar, Colorado. J. JJ. CcEREff, Resident Agent, Folsom, New Mexico, Ferry’s Seeds eV^C^-^SEtOUWrtJAL jL^iT^feftaSha tATtIMt Ck*lt »*»««■ I ntf<»ML‘Vs*£r7XtaMW 5S3i t* .Ilrtua i: k iM I»jk» «. Atti— p. M. FERRY fc CO.. PrtrU. Hd» FOR SALE. Two hundred thousand first-class Brick. GRADDOI-K BKOTHEKS, LAMAR, - - OOLO. " M. D. PAKXE* ER, Notary Public. Lunar, (Bern l onntj,) Colorado. PARRY Ifg.Co.,lnflinipolli,lit - ThLmpiCairaawaimßit. \ I Lore Fa<7 RiJkci. Oil U-aptrad \ \ J Rest Hlw. j tad Bast AU Orar. B U. BROWN, Pm WILUS o. EUtkkoS vim lr*-s |l. J. uOCBKVOrt. rm w. o. Uut't-i> xnu -Tlx©- MERCHANTS' STATE BANK OF LAMA LAMAR, COLORADO. B. B. BROWN, A. 11. MERER W. G AMOS K. (>. WHITE. A. J. HOISINOTON'. O. G liEsj. C. V. DECKER. A!»e Colurtilo Office for t)it AMERICAN MORTGAGE TRUST CCMPAIw. Muu*/ 10 loan on K«rm an-l City Property at Lowest Hates. B. B BRO rr.V, Manama MRS. a. W KRIGER, TEACHER OF INSTRUMENTAL MBS Lessons Given on Piano or organ, either ol Pupils Home or my Rooms. INSTRUMENT FOR PUPILS TO PRACTICE I TERMS REASONABLE. Sole Agent for the Favoite Bauer Piano which she is 1 pared to Sell at Eastern Prices. Lamar - - Colo. ft. 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J. p. * r A OTIro BtrTKßs'o Ueoed March std fe. ••*** T«ar. It Hi-8 eloped ia of uh(u< m mation for ail who m oha.« the larur-.e* or* neoea.it ic o( Ut l ean clothe you and furnuh loti « all the oeceeeary and appliance, to ride. walk. .t«r M •at. fl.h, bunt, work, go to ctm , or stay at home, and ta Tancxu m •tyUa and yuan tit tee Juet what la required to do ail th*M COflf OATAtIV. and you can adui eat:mate of tho value of the BUYM OUIDB. which wIU be a*m * receipt of lO oente to pay rj MONTGOMERY WARD A C ! Ul-U4 Mtotuga*. ▲> enae.