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The Lamar register. (Lamar, Colo.) 1889-1952, November 16, 1889, Image 3

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Franc* ha* her IlUy,
And England her rose.
And everybody know*
Where the ■hmnrvck grow*;
Scotland ha* her tblatle.
Flowering on the bill.
But the American emblem
1* the one-doliar hill. Eg.
Pete Lynch is quite sick this week.
The commissioners meet next Tues
What has become of the Carlton
F. P. Allen was up to Pueblo
O. Q. Hess was at Las Animas
I. T. Kirkman of Vilas was in town
Turkey raffle at half past seven
this evening.
E. D. Crawford went to Pueblo
Sunday night.
Sheriff elect McCnrry was in the
ci f v Thursday.
A raffle for turkeys at John lies*’
saloon to-night.
George T. Feast of Granada was
io town Tuesday.
O. F. Downing came up from
Wilde yesterday.
Baca county made no cboioe for
permanent county seat.
Deputy Sheriff Priddy of Albany
was in town yesterday.
It was warm yesterday, with a lit
tle snow in the evening.
Otero county had their first terra
ot district court !a*t week.
John B. Morris ha* been down at
Lamed, Kansas, the past week.
Ten cenla for a chance for a thanks
giving tnrkey. Baffle to-night.
\V. L. Morehouse went down to
Wiufield Kansas Tuesday night.
I. L. Sullivan of Las Animas was
registered at the Barger Tuesday.
F. H. Krosecrans of Granada was
doing business in Lauiar Thursday.
Ed Biby is able to bo on the sleets
this week, ho has been down with
the fever.
George T. Herbert attended the
ttlalo Silve r Convention at Denver
this weak.
Judge and Mrs. Cbadesyne will
remain at Jndepeudance, Missouri,
this winter.
W. A. Downing has moved from
Wilde to Lamar and occupies the
Thomas property.
Cot oat the vote of Prowers
coanty found in to-day’s paper and
keep it for reference.
From present indications there will
not be a vacant house in Lamar by
the first of next March.
Fred Lee drives a new horse, to his
bogey that ha* just been painted,
making a uoboy turn out.
J. B. Woods sold eighty acres of
land to C. C. Goodale the day after
Lamar was made the county seat.
Nelson Demorest writes, his health
is not very good at Atchison, and he
thinks bn will return to Colorado.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
M E. church next Thursday Nov.
21stat2:30p-m. May T. Graham.
Sec. (
W. E. Carr at one time a resident
of this city was elected clerk ol the
district ceurt in Barton county, Kan
Very often they are having hard
winter weather in the monutains,
when it is pleasant dowu here in the
Charlie Morrison of the Fort Gar
land Republican have you heard the
news lrom Lamar lately. If bo aro
you not sad.
A farmer from near Granada, was
In town yesterday with a wagon load
ed with live chickens. He was on
his road to Trinidad to find a market.
B. B. Brown President of the Mer
chants* State Bank, was made one of
the vice-presidents of the State Sil
ver Convention at Denver this week.
Desiring to burn what coal he
buys, himself, M. J. Underwood is
having a good coal house put np that
he can lock up as the shades of night
cornea on.
Mr«. W. B. Picket of Vilas return
ed Wednesday from a visit to friends
in California, and will viait in Lamar
until neat week before continuing
her journey home.
Nine year, ago to-day ye editor
and wife were in a snow blockade
between Trit'i d “ J ““d La JuDta ' af '
ter a few hours 1 delay a .now plow
Ud two engine, pulled onr tram out. |
T»k«n from the records at the county clerk’s office since the official can
vae, and upon which certificates of election were issued:
I J. K. nought.- L ?2 ar '. “■“*«»■ Holly. Wilds. Albany. Carlton.
JrDOE • iS : U j 1 I 't ,i
Is. N. CanQelo 3 i 1 \ ul!f i 5 i '1
TMtas.f"■S:w£?o'„”“ r :;:;: : ffi : g : £ : g : “ ; g
I J. S. McCluug :S j 3 I " 8 i " |
i 11. A. Billow 146 lrt on a* • a
Sheriff W.C.MeCurn- i M ‘ lli J? f g : 25 • -a
lb. A. Cox, 101 : J * : U • “
!a B. Bonn lei :scisojso j 3 i is
f.vtS'm'i; ;-g ! ‘® ;“;JJ j g *J
tfiSVpSttei,: { gi j 181 8 ! 3
XT— 1S T n : 111 : St \ 6 : 11 17
SLPT. D. UK««,r 51 <3 S 3 : ts : 7 11
lA. Crawford, 147 4 5 12 : 4
« r . IS* 5*J£ xton ' : « 23 *• 28 19 : 17
’LTOftI W,K, Lee. si 62 13 13 1 5
4 „-o ”* ' 139 : 42 : 8 i 25 24
*V3T ! w.a: BSSS.; vjj _JJ JSJ JJ _»_j 10
, Lamar. Granada. Alliance. Carlton.
m m
Gnui Ada. g iv,
7 is 10 a
2 25
a 5 .I 1
"Ude 2d 5 9
W 37 3
W. C. Bentley and Frank Petene
are ap in the north paat of the state
getting up excursions to Prowers
county, so far they have had good suc
P. M. Keen a prominent real estate
dealer of the Great Divide, located
at Monument, has been ap[>ointed
contest clerk in tho U. S. Land Office
this city, and took charge of his du
ties Thursday.
Coroner Dee ter returned from lona
Monday, his family accompanied
him as far as Larned, Kansas, where
they stopped to visit relatives until
next week, when they will arrive
Mr. Goodalc has received many tel
egrams and letters of congratulation
this week on his appointment as re
ceiver, but what ho probably appre
ciates most is the number of Lamar
people who have called on him lu
express their pleasure over his ap
11. A. Billow commander of Kit
Carson Post G. A. R. requests a full ,
attendance of the post at their hall
Thursday evening November 23th.!
A number of applications for mem
herahip have been filed and business '
of importance calls for a meeting ot
all members.
The following contest cases were
filed at the land office this week up;
to yesterday aoon:
George W. Bland vs. Biga Good-1
win s. e. £-15-20 40.
Hugh Barry vs. John M. ilewesn.
w. £-22-20-40.
John A. Hill Albert Spcucer s.
e. £-22-19-40.
Howard Brown vs. Norman Wily
n. e. £-25-17 42.
We had the pleasure of a ride on
the Rock Island train Monday even
ing out of Denver, that made a race
with a snow storm to the divide. It
was beat the snow or bo snowed in,
the snow was heavy and the wind
hard, but our train passed over and
reached the Springs on time. Tho di
vide is a terror to train men, the
steep grade and deep cuts make it
almost impassable when thero is
much snow, and it snows thero near
ly all winter.
lion. F. H. Shrook receiver of the
land office tendered his resignation.
It was accepted, his successor ap
pointed, aud he will soon retire from
his official duties and give his time
to his private business which de
mands his attention. In leaving tho
office Mr. Shrock has a right to feel
that he commands the confidence of
all who have had business with him,
the respect of all who know him.
Mr. Shrock is an honorable man, a
gentleman, a citizen Lamar regrets
to lose.
Marrikd:— On November 12th by
Rev. Kent White at the residence of
the bride’s father Mr. William Green
on North Butte creea, County Com
missioner A. H. Rogers to Miss
Florence Green. Tho occasion was
a happy gathering of friends to wit
ness tho ceremony, enjoy a wedding
supper and wish tho happy couple all
the pleasures of life. Iho marriage
of Mr. Rogers has proved a genuino
surprise to his friends throughout the
county, who had no idea ho had
been toying with “Cupid,” but wish
ing him well and having secured for
a wife a most excellent lady, wo
all join in congratulations. Mr. and
Mrs. Rogers are now at home at
j All parties having window lights
j out of their houses will do well by
getting M. E. Harper to furnish and
put thorn in. 23-tf.
Advertised Letters.
The following is a list of letters
remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Lamar, Colo., for week end
ing Nov. 16th:
Blair Mo D. (2).
Clark Samuel.
Ilayden Chas.
Kemp Bros.
Lancaster J. W.
Pel longer Robt.
E. T. Lee, p. m.
Judge Chadeayne has left with us
a number of his Colorado Fee Table
hooks for sale. They are of great
value to the business man and useful
to everybody. Price twenty-five cts.
Every purchaser of $l.OO
worth of goods for cash Is
entitled to one chance in
the following prizes:
First prize i Herald 0 hole
Range Stove with thirty
pieces of cooking utensils
worth $4O.
Second prize 1 Beautiful
Hanrins: Lamp, which will
make a handsome Christ
mas present worth $6.50.
To be raffled Christmas Eye.
M. I..SWIFT * CO.,
Lamar, Colo.
Sale of tickets begins Monday.
Lamar, Colo., Nov. Bth, ’BO
- as much as I have this day been
notified by Mr. Marker to move ray
shop, it becomes necessary' for those
knowing themselves indebted to me,
to call and sottlc immediately either
by cash or note. 11. llansen.
N. B:—I don’t waut any one to
think that I was ordered to move the
shop because I voted for Alliance
for eouuty seat. 11. 11. 2t.
Your money is ready, spot cash
loans on final proofs and deeded
lands Goodale A Coopek. tf.
Jewelry mended by Perhara. tf.
RENT FREE:—\Vc have a build
ing that we will allow a person to oc
cupy rent free, apply to Goodale &
Cooper. tf.
Harness repaired at C. D. Bald
win’s shop. tf.
Saddles, harness, buggy whips, etc.,
at Baldwin’s. tf.
Stovepipo to order at Ilorbort’s.
For anything in tho harness line,
call on C. D. Baldwin. tf.
Physician, Surgeon and Ac
Will be found for tho present at the
residence of J. D. Martin, Esq.,
County Commissioner.
Hardware, Stoves, Tin
ware, Pumps, Steel, Iron,
Wagon Wood Etc.
A Carload of Barbed-wire just
Loaded Shells,
Guns, Revolvers,
Machine Oil.
.A-g©xit fox* tlx©
Deering Mowers and Reapers.
Heating Stoves at COST for the next 30 Days.
Call and see ns and get Prices.
John Hess,
All Brands of Kentucky Liquors and Key West
East Main St. Lamar, Colo.

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