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■ *\ew moon Monday. I April fool nsxt Monday. ■ The pranie# begin to look green. M sheriff Parson# was here Monday. ■ Dr. Hasty was at Caddoa Wed nos- Kay. ■ O. G. He## and hi# ticket is good Hsough. ■ A. E. Bent waa op to La Junta B'uesday. m ybe content next Tuesday ii for Hh? may^r. mC.O. Barton, of Granada, wa# iu Hvu yesterday. ■ , ;4.nre Logue i# riding around in H new road cart m j W. Graham ha# moved hi# #tore Ho the loulh tide. 9 Mrs A*buckle returned from I)c*n- m tt l#»t Saturday. I l)r Tidwell inteud# to i>uild a rt«- ! Hirtuf thi# spring. 9 (.’baric Crawford i# dowu from 9 > »' h>o on buaioe##. I March is goiug out peaceable like, 9ioi much like a lion. I S. Barrel ha# twenty acre# of oat* ■bat are coming up nice. I P S. Lynch will move to hi# farm ■the first of next week. I Hr. Ua»ty moved hi# office to the | building Tuesday. I Work on the private ditch west of ■town is progressing rapidly, I \Y. L Morehouse returned from L trip lo Springfield last Saturday. I Dr. 1)« La Matyr lectured at the [Methodist church Wednesday night. I Dr. McFall the dentist is at the ■ Burger House, will remain several |day«. I Dr Bedell and W. W. Loudeu re- Iturucd Thursday uoon from a uip to Iliads. I Frank Holms# has improved his - Incidence by enclosing it with a Itcoee. I C. C. Good ale returned Monday [fveniug from a trip to Folsom, New I Mexico. J. 11. Holmes expects to move to [Ogden, Utah, about the middle of r'«xt month. Mr. Totton for nearly a year a clerk in the Po*U>ffieo Drug Store Las gone to I-a Junta. E An inquiry of us as to prices of j % editing cards thi# week iodic ties a weddtug in tbe city #oou. C. V. Decker of the Merchants State Bank returned from a trip to California Thursday morning. Mariyn Myers of Caddoa has been in town several day# ibis week sup lying our merchant# with potatoes. Frank Hayes from south of Spring held ha* been in town several dsy# and goes from here to tbe mountain*. It ii now Colonel Billow of the Governor’s staff. Tis thus in milita ry as in civil matters Lamar gets to the front. Bring the additions in, let the non* residents help us out in something besides talk, vote the home ticket next Tuesday. Voters if you are tired of the non residents Kansas crowd trying to run 1-araar with their wild schemes, vote for O. G. Hess. Home government is a pretty good thing, let the welfare of Lamar be looked after by Lamar men, sec to this next Tuesday. W. P. Harper will sow a hundred acre# in oats on the Koen place west of town, and plant forty acres on hi# own farm this spring. Get down to business, look at the city election trom u business stand and Mr. voter you will cnot your ballot for O. G. Hess. Let the eld soldiers stand by their woanded comrade, the opportunity to do them honor is not often offered, when ii ' show your colors. E. ]& Pascoe a Denver photo grapher who had been taking views of business houses and residences ia town left for Trinidad Monday even ing. O. G. Hess would refleot credit on the city in receiving visitors, let the delegation come from any place in the union, there is a good deal in this. The friend# of Dr. G. W. Tidwell are in hopes the county commission ers who ever they may be, when ap pointed, will soe fit to appoint him county physician. Dr. Tidwell stands high in his profession, and is • gentleman in every particular. Th© Stock Exchange has reopened their lunch counter and will serve meals at all hours as formerly, this is a good place to get a meal or a lunch. The festival and meeting to ar range for the ditch celebration at the Methodist church Monday night did uot draw the crowd that was ex pected. If there are any who failed to reg ister, they can do so next Monday by making an affidavit that they are en titled to a yote and proving it by a witness. Mrs. J. 11. Price presented* her husband with a boy Monday morn ing. Dr. Hasty the attending physi ciau reports the youths weight at six teen pounds. Nelson Dcmorest received a very flattering offer to go to Wyoming and take a position Monday, but was obliged to decline on accouut of his business here. F. P. Arbuckle, J. K. Doughty, Geo. Trommlitx, Ben. Daniels, G. G. Coutant and W. It. Davis were num bered among the Lamar men at Den ver Wednesday. J. M. Wright has sold his dairy business to William Davis, who took the milk run the tirst of the week, Mr. Wright will give his full atten tion to his farm. Mart Strain moved a house from the Godding addition to C. G. Ament's farm north of the river, and a bouse from the south part of town to Gill Dowuei's fruit farm ibis week. There has been a greater number of tramps in town tbo past week than usual, several nights during the the week a gang of these beggar have been camped near the stock yards. •‘Fun—Fun” at the lower room in City Hall Monday evening at $ o’clock—funny dialogues, mirth pro voking speeche-, pop-corn and “lliso candy pull.” Everybody come, only 15 cents. The social at the residence of G. C. Goodale last night was a mon pleasant evening to the large crowd that was there The receipts were a little over ten dollars, the attendance numbered over one bundled. Mrs. S. A. Williams a temperance leciu ( «.«, lectured at the Methodist church three evenings this week, a:: 1 succeded iu securing quite a number of signers to the pledge. She is iu teresting aud pleases an audience. C. M. Johnson caused a tramp to sit down three times on the toe of bis boot Sunday, when the tramp fin ally got out of reach he appeared to be headed for Australia with a full head ot steam aud away behind time. J. F. Roberts editor ot the Oska loosa, Kansas, Independent arrived I here Tuesday morning to look after j the planting of his farm north ol | town. He was appointed postmaster i of Oskaloosa just a week to a day after President Harrisou was inaugu rated. There are many iu Lamar who will regret to hear that Rev. Father Begley who had his leg broken m a runaway sometime ago, has to have it broken and reset. Father Begley is known all over westeru Kansas and to many of our people as a good man, popular with all classes. A. 11. Rogers a life long republi can and one of the best and most prominent men in the south part of our county is being strongly urged by his friends .for the appointment of county commissioner. Should he be favored with the appointment the affairs of the county would be in safe hands. W. L. Morehouse broke the back of high prices of feed this week, ho now quotes the following prices: corn per hundred pounds <5 cts. Oats sl, Chop 85 cts. bran 75 cts. hay 40 to 50 cts. per bale. These prices cannot be beat in eastern Colorado and should draw trade for a hundred miles around, Lamar is the place to buy goods. Colorado Metrological Society Re port for weok ending March 19th. March Min. Mar. Rain 20 36 00 21 35 50 14 22 34 48 J 5 23 32 55 24 23 64 25 24 68 26 81 69 Geo. T. Herbert, Vol. Obsoryer. Colorado—Lamar. Land Office Bulletin. Our Washington correspondent sends us the following information. Land Contests Decided. The names of the successful par ties are printed in capital letters. Charles O. Roberts vs. UNITED STATES. SOLOMON WISP: vs. A. H. Hill. The Band ot Hope will meet at Konimau’g hall to-morrow afternoon at 3 o’clock, Mrs. Williams will be present and address them, everybody invited to be present. PARTIES HAVING PAPERED ROOMS THAT ARE SOILED CAN HAVE THE PAPER NICE LY CLEANED BY CALLING ON EVERETT & HEATON thk PAINTERS AND PAPER HANG ERS. 41-tf. TRUSTEE’S SALE 3. Wh»n*M Oliver Royal, of the county of Bent amt state of Colorado, by his trust deed, dated on the i'lili day of September A. D , l**-. and recorded on tin- .f'.th duy of Septem ber A. l>.. ls-v*. In book numbered t paxc of the record-* of Bent couuty, Colorado, did com ey to ->:trah J. Munger ii* Ti u-tee. und In i !:•• event <«Cherd*- itli, resignation remov al from Bent county or refusal, or failure, or inability to act.then to Geo. L. Himes us sue itioor In tmut the follow lm; described real estate In Urnitr, Beni county, of Colo rado, to-wlt Fifty-six feet if*; off the east end of lot-* thirteen 1 13) and fourteen II) of Hloek numbered thirty-one *dl >of the town of Lamar, Colorado, according to the recorded pint of the original town site thereof, to se cure the Diiruieut of one prouilaory note, heart uu e\ en ditto with aaid deed of trust, for the principle sum of two hundied dollars ($200) with Interest on the suuie at the rate of t aelve per cent, per nunum, said note being mitde payable to John J Munaer: and Whereas In and by the said trust deed It la provided that in ease of default in the pay ment of the said note or the Interest thereon on the applieutlou of the legal holder of said note It should be law'ful for the said Trustee or her su<-*-«-.-«>r In trust tu sell the said prop erty at pubtle auction on said premises In the T"W i **f l.nuntr. ll*-nt enmity. ( olorudo, thirty days nubile notice having been previously glim by advertisement in one of the news paper* nt that time published In said town of Lamur of the time and place of sal**. And win reu-. default lias been made in the payment of said note and tin* Interest thereon according to the term* of said deed of trust and the said Trustee huvimr tailed to act In accordance therewith. Now therefore at the re*pie-t and on the application of the legal holder of said note, I the undersigned I tieo. I Himes, us Successor In Trust, do here- I b\ give not I* **, that I will proceed to sell by public auction the above described property I on *ttld described premises on the 17th day of Aprd A. !>., lsw» at the hour of one o’clock p. in . of the said *l.»y to the highest and best bidder lor cash. GEO. L. HIMES, Successor In Trust. Dated thl»l&tli day of March A. D., I*o at Lamur, Colorado. *C H. Lots or Money. Your money is ready, spot cash loans on final proofs and deeded lands Goodalk «fc Cooper. tf. Hardware at cost at C. D. Bald wmV. 3t-tf. Harness repaired at C. D. Bald win’s. 34-tf. NOTICE:—I have ordered and will keep in stock a largo and full assortment of garden, grass and field seeds, ami will be prepared to fill all orders for anything in the seed line. 34-37. J. L. Matthews. Everything found in the harness and saddle line at C. D. Bald win’s. 34-tf. L. it. WHITE. Shockey, Grant Go., Kans. Is a breder of Thoroughbred Brown and White Leghorn Chickens, the Plymoth Rock and Light Brahmas, and is prepar ed to furnish SETTINGS OF EGGS From these breeds at one dollar per setting. All orders care fully packed and ship ped by express. ©K. .13 ED Itli il, Physician and Surgeon. LAMAR. - COLO. Dr. G. IV. Tidwell, Office Up Stairs in Godding Block. Lamar, * * Colo. BURGER HOTEL, F. W. BURGER, Prop. NORTH MAIM ST. • I.AMAB, COLO- Tlii* Is aaewhouso, ncwlv fitted an*l fur nlsl.cd throughout. Tabic* suppllort wltli th« best the market affords. Boarding; by day or week. Parties proving up before thd ! Land Ofliee wHI be mado a rate of $l.OO per day. XDo “sTou Intend to UPlant Any ~ -IS EE D SI- Tlxis Season? IF SO CALL AT TIIE LAMAR SEED HOUSE And Examine one of the Largest and’test Selected Stock of Colorado and Kansas grown Seeds Ever in Lamar. Gane Seed, Millet Seed, Broomcorn and Alfalfa Seed. FINEST SEED CORN. Tree Seeds, Onion Setts <&. * We Will Guarantee You Satisfaction as to QUALITY of Seed. We are Backed up by two of the Best SEED HOUSES in the West. CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK, J. L. MATTHEWS, LAMAR, - COLORADO.