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■ uf* , maiu win •••»> be waning. ||||| AitJ ttw Ixllt* !*• twlloil; W lt’» till* that I wo«l<! ***k you. Wm ' Will yon lova oir Than 1 mold. —F and V. H>|snt trees. H',nc *e»lb«r- „ prM* iced. Hl'imr* improving. H- rl J; picking up. como up. Hlrtiib of tbe cilj good. ■(..j the .dveitiKUeuU. Kpindy and doily yeiterdij. K' I )««r« u getting heavy. ■ .re linging in the timber. ■ , roir will hold the louthern trade. ■April ihoweri make May flower*. Bljmar "ill *oon be three year* ■ Tj ..I,_v ws* the Henry ditch pay s’ ■p-.pt. Wiki-field, of Carriao, l* in Hvn. ■The festive drummer it always m Hvn. ■a E. Bent went to Denver Wed- Btdsy. ■l’ne jeweler hat moved to Louden’* w stand. Water should be running in the y ditches. ti. Krouch will be up from Earned a few days. The aaaesaor will soon bo noseing ■and again. I'nion Sunday School to-morrow ten o’clock. F. M. Tsgue of Caddoa was in wn Monday. Prof. Barton, of Gransdn, wan in wn yesterday. r.*n. Colthar got back from Wal ibarg Saoday. The cat on hay and grain is draw ; outside trade. Ie»y# who play on the street night irn bad babitn. C. C. Goodsle has been nt Denver t past two days. The dogs do not wear tags an they * supjiosed to do. W. I Craddock moved to hia own •idrnce thin week. Tue man who puls up screen doors ill soon have work. Tbe City Drag Store moved to the •th side Thursday. Linen coats rankle their appearance the streets Tuesday. The Burger Hotel hae bad a big a of custom this week. But few farmers in town this week, ey are all busy at borne. Mr. and Mrs. O. (4. Hess went to rover yesterday morning. The light of a praine fire was seen i the west Thursday night J. W. Gollsday bought a new am for his livery Tuesday. Strain A Golladay will begin the elivery of ice next Monday. A brother of Mrs. M. H. Thomas rsm California is visiting her. We met the enemy Tuesday, and t least the half of us are his’n. Tbe families of three new settlers rr.sed here Thursday morning. Kred Lee and bride are expected ome this evening or to-morrow. D. Zitnerman has moved his office Ere doors north of where he was. Gill. Downer is down from La Junta looking after his fruit farm. A new saloon on the corner of Mam Streei and Railroad Avenue. Tuesday was a hot day for April, **rm enough for the first of June. Mrs. Rail has a family of old ac quaintances from Iowa visiting her. E*. Craddock has a good job at Trinidad as foreman of a brick yard. Johnny Gallagher will leave in a few days for the Oklahoma country. Gar reporter say* the *ord gi r i appesrs j n the Bible just once. Ke-organire the brass band it will r -ever do for Lamar to be without a band. The new city government hold b*ir first meeting next Monday n ‘ght. Freighters are anxious for the w °ik on the sooth road to be oom pleted. We will publish the programme or the ditch celebration next week, be committees are at work and v eryling will be ready for tbe visi tor* the day they arrive. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Morehouse go to Denver this ovening. Attorney Iloffmire of D Junto was in town Monday on legal busi nest. J. M. McMillan put o new coot of paint ou the Burger Hotel roof this week. A. M. Nicholas, C. G. Coutant and yours truly went to Denver Tuesday night. The first lightning of the spring came with the clouds last Saturday night. The bridge across the ditch near the river bridge is in a very bad con dition. J. C. Outhouse has taken rooms and moved to the Holmes block Monday. J. M. Wright moved bis farm resi dence a hundred yards back on the hill this week. Druggist Vandivert, of Las Ani mas, formerly of this city was io town Tuesday. It io the man who has once farmed by irrigation that always wants to farm that way. Myler A Coxhead have two new cariiages on the way from the east for their livery. A good deal of lumber has bean loaded io town thia week for the southern towns. Rev. Mr. Forester occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church last Sunday morning Johnny Daulrich has a good posi tion with the Excelsior Priming House at Pueblo. Misa Jennie Green, a si-ter of Mrs. Me Masters left for ban Francisco Wednesday evening. The election Tuesday was quiet notwithstanding the earnest hard work done for candidates. B. B. Brown president of the Mer chants Stale Bank has been at Den ver several day* this week. Mrs. B. B. Brown returned Thurs day n«ght from Denver after several days pieaaanl stay at the capitol. A Union Sunday School will be organised at the Christian church Sunday April 7th. All are invited Bishop Warren lectured at the Methodist church Tuesday evening to a large and appreciative audience. John B. Morris returned yesterday morning from a len Jay’s trip to To peka, Chicago and several other ea»t ern cities. A. H. Patch’s family arrived here from Topeka Thursday morning and will be residents ot near Lamar in the future. Mrs. Tracy Co., faahinable mil liners is now a very attractive place lor the ladies of the oily, their new goods arc of the latest style. Mrs. Stella Morris has secured a large petition asking her appoint metil as superintendent of Public In structions for Prowers county. There will be a Christian church social at the residence of W. L. Morehouse Friday eveuing April 12th. Everybody cordially invited. Harry Simmons returned from Butte City, Montana, Thursday even ing, be has been up there since last Octol>er aud has bad enough of that couuiry. J. D. Dent a well known real es tate man at Dodge City passed through here Wednesday night re turning from Pueblo, he is going to Oklahoma. Why any man should want to go to Oklahoma from Colorado is some thing we of this part of the state can qot understand, yet we hear of such cases in the state. A party ot men camped in the bed of the Henry ditch a few nights ago were rudely awakened by the water coming down on them, it took lively work to save their trap*. When your stove is burned red and your blacking won’t stick to it, put a little fat fried from salt pork into the water you dissolve your blacking in, and try again. After aerving his country faithful ly for three month* in the legislature, Hon. James Swift returned home Tuesday night glad to get home and once more take charge of hia large business, Uiii Jennie Erane from Caledonia, Miaaonri, errired here Thuraday on • ri.it to Mrs. Dr. Tidwell, ehe wee accompanied by 8. A. Maeon’e little daughter who hae been attending school in Missouri. MRS. TRACY Jfc CO., WILL HAVE THEIR FASHIONAKLE MILLINERY SPRING AND SUM MER OPENING APRIL 10, 1889, ONE DOOR SOUTH OK THE BLODGETT BUILDING, LAMAR, COLARADO. PARTIES HAVING PAPERED ROOMS THAT ARE SOILED CAN HAVE THE PAPER NICE LY CLEANED BY CALLING ON EVERETT & HEATON n.« PAINTERS AND PAPER IIANG ERS. 41-tf. It is well nigh a certainty that farm lands will never be as cheap in the vicinity of Lamar after this year as they are now. Every man located under a ditch knows he has as good a lliing as he can get in the way of a tarra and he won’t let go, juBt for the sake of making a trade or a move. TRUSTEB’S SALS. Where** Oliver Royal, of the county of Rent ami Of ('oloriulo. by hlstru-t (Utd, •latfil on »l»e 35 th day of September A. I> , 1 and recorded on the filth any of Septcia b«*r A. l»., ISKs. In tiook numbered 4 |mge 44G, • >f the records of Rent county, Colorado, did convey to Sarah J. Munger as Trustee, and In the event of her death, resignation remov al from Bent county or refusal, or failure, or inability to art, then to Geo. L. Himes us sue ceasor In trust the following described real estate In Umar, licnt county, state of Colo ratio, to- wit Fifty-six feet iM) off the east end of lots thirteen i|J) and fourteen .14) of Block nuinhered thirty-one (31) of the town of l.amar. Colorado, according to the recorded pint of the oriKlnal town site thereof, to se cure the oayinent of one protnlaory note. wring e\ sn A»te with said need of trust, for the principle sum of two hand ed dollars J'iuoi with Interest on the same at the rate of twelve per cent, per annum, said note being made payable to John J Monger: and Whei eua In and by the said trust deed It Is prov Ided that in com of default in the pay ment of the «uid note or the Interest thereon on the application of the legal holder of said note It should be lawful for the said Trustee or heosuccesor In trust to sell the said prop erty at public auction on said premises Id the tow ef I.amar. B«-nt county,Colorado, thirty days public notice having been previously given by advertisement In one of the news topers at that time published in said town of Lamar of the tnu** and place of sale. . A lid whereas, default has been made n the payment of said note and the Interest ihereon according to the terms of said deed of trii't and the -aid Tru-tce having tailed to act In accordance therewith. Now therefore at the icMiest and on the applleatlon of the legal holder of said note, I the undersigned Geo. L. Himes, as Successor In Trust, do here by give notice, that I will proceed to sell by public auction the above described property ou said described premises on the 17th day of April A D . l-Sf'.i at the hour of one o’clock p. in . of the said day to the highest and best bidder for cash. GEO. L. FUMES, Successor In Trust. Hated this 16th day of March A. D., 1SS9 at Lamar, Colorado. 40-44. Lots or Money, Your money is ready, spot cash loans on final proofs and deeded lands Goodalk A Cooper. tf. Hardware at cost at C. D. Bald win's. 34-tf. Harness repaired at C. D. Bald win’s. 34-tf. NOTICE: —I have ordered and will keep in stock a large and full assortment of garden, grass and field seeds, and 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. WHITER Shocksy, Grant Go., Kans. Is a breder of Thoroughbred Brown and White Leghorn Chickens, the Plymoth Rook and Light Brahmas, and is prepar ed to farmsh SETTINGS OF EGGS From these breeds at one dollar per setting. AH orders care fully paeked and ship ped by express. BB. IBE33ELI., Physician and Surgeon. LAMAR, - COLO. _ Dr. 0. W. Tidwell, Office Up Stair* in Godding Blook. Lamar, Colo ~ BURGER HOTEL. E. W. BURGER, Prop. SOUTH HAW«. - VAMAlSOatO. tui. i.. -s. nl . k ,a «hr.«»O.C TaOI« * B » rtlnt by ,» be.t «»• ■»“*« “ before th. izr^^jsr-! ♦tsv. IDo iTo-u. In.ten.ci to Plant Any *ISEEDSfr Tlxis Season? IF SO CALL AT THE a LAMAR SEED HOUSE And Examine one of the Largest and "best Selected Stock of Colorado and Kansas grown Seeds Ever in Lamar. Cane Seed, Millet Seed, Broomcorn and Alfalfa Seed. FINEST SEED COR,3>T. 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, 1AMAE, - COLORADO.