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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
rOLUHE IV. X. XX. MYERS, PHARMACIST. Keeps a Large Line of Drugs. Paints, Oils, Glass, Sta tionery aad Cigars. IS THE Postofflce B-U-ilding West Side Main Stbkkt, Lamar, Colo. g. B. Brown, W.G. Gould, E. F. Ski i.krger, Fits. Caahicr. Aft’t l/ashier. -The- MERCHANTS* STATE BANK OF LAMAR. LAMAR, COLORADO. B. B BROWN. A. H. REISER. A. J. HOISINGTON. O. G. HESS. C\ V. DECKER. AUo Col„rm,lo Officr f.»r tit. AMERICAN MORTGAGE TRUST COMPANY. Money to loan on Farm an«l City Property at Lowest U-itc*. B. B. BROWX, Monomer. ISS7. ESTABLISHED 1887. BJb&MQ UOTBIb, FRAISCIS 2LELSEY Manager. UMAR, COLORADO, THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOMS IN TEE CITY. PyTABI.E BOARDERS ACCOM MODTED..JFI lii iu/ n Kv: HAS A PULL LINE OF Groceries, Q,ueensware, a-3L,^.S3S‘W^-s^.Ei, LAMPS, NOTIONS Etc. aui, - - - COLO. f'dk ■tu#’ -fL #■ CI7 ACQUAINTED WITH THU GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTRY. WILL CET-YHf much vaX'jable mroHKATi' N i*hom a stuct cr n:: map cr r: .X. i g MBMB j- s o u i THE CH!Ca63, ROSK ISLSS.3 & ?53iFiO RAILWAY, Bs»s£ Peoria, La SsJle, Moline, Rock Island, n V ..V I Audubon Harlan and Councii pr.umwn, Out oloo? ■ M *,nc3, W int r .. A ;( jv a —Watertown Bluffs, in ZOWA-Minncanolis and &t. P«d. l ° - N * X N H Kansw City, In fcnd Sioux Falls, 1 n DAKOTA—Came ron, - *• J-roßvSK '\— Horton, Topeka, MISSOURI—OmaAn, Fatrbunr end Nelson la J. LBRASKa rfc»noii. * Hutchinson-Wichita, Bci.evTllo, Al.nl, I C * ’<• Tien^lTOSY—and DenvT, £l R* no. J n thh IN DIAN, 1 Reel in In « Chair Car- to Colorado Springs, Pueblo. in COLOuADO. t Vn'draCltT md Palace Sleep and from Ch eapo Cald ,v. :i, Hutchjnson and ln tf Care, between Chicago, V» So beat facilities of vaat areas ot rich •arming »ndiP#-»n« cHios east and west, northwest and MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS T******®' Loading nil competitors :n s ole ndor of eq ui pme n t ,^ - a J\h Coaches, the locomotive, well v.-nni.u-ci, - > • *£cb 1 ca£o, Dss Mol es, Pullman Sleep*re. end C. ra de v betWMj Clfertween Uhi- Council Bluff’d an« Omens, -vr rc-o R<PileWo via St. Joseph, or Kansas cego and Denver, Colorado Spring* «no j u .. ;L..»,i n£r meals at seasonable City and Topoka SpleuU.d “VvrrSSS with CHOICE flours) treat of Missouri R.v- r. California Hxcuira Angeles and han OF ROUTES to and from »«*t Baku. < Rr I,p aPe ok Manitou. Garden Franc isco. The DIRECT LINE * ' 3*nitar'iums, and Scenio of the Gods, ti. 3 Moui. iun Cities,. Mining Canua, , Grandeurs of Colorado. VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, So],ft Eirro-s Trains daily b«wean ChloaTO au^ with THKOCjOH Koclln,3, Chair Car. i. l-■ t'> a" _, dp,rlt Lai:a Kan„,v, City. Tnrr.uK,: Chair C - a:i I r,p"li.!».'V.r.r -“Sa ai '&-? r.'Joorta and Hunting- and Fishing ««■; .■ Urivol between Cincinnati, iTid i.napoiK. ■ ' in ni'a«olis and St. Paul. T ;: r r : ' E ST JOH,\ JOHN SEBASTIAN, nlral CHICAGO. ILL. Ora l tlOn. * LAMAR, COLORADO, SATURDAY, MAY 17, IS9O. LOCAL PICK-UPS. When Ik© to Congress Ooaa. Tli** Roosebeivjr on the noose will grow, When Ike to congress goes. And butler from the inllk weed flow, When Ike to congress goes. The pod* will be within the peas. Potatoes will be grown on trees, And watermelons In the sess, When Ike to congress goes. There is lots ot water in the river. John lies* has leased the Ament ranch. The I.aiuar public schools closed j yesterday. Farm laborers are in demand at j pood wages. Geo Herbert is doing the plumb-; ing at the jail. C. C. Good ale is putting in forty acres of altulfa. B. 1». Brown went to Denver on : Tuesday evening. Hon. James Switt is taking a fly ing trip to Texas. Hon. C. I). Ford returned from 1 Denver yesterday morning. The steel cells have not yet been accepted by the commissioners. Mayor F. P. Allen, of Granada, was in the city last Wednesday. Dr. Win. if. Cummings, of Las Animas, was in town Wednesday, The road between town and the bridge is sadly in need of repairs. The regular meeting of the Board • f Trade occur* on Tuesday evening May 20th. More than two carloads of hinders uid mowers have already been sold here this spring. C. G. Coutant passed through I*ainar venter lav morning on his , wav to Kansas City. Don’t f-<r»:et Decoration Day. Pay i iio or lo the memory of those who ■ ieid for their country. Geo. T. Feist County Hapt. of Schools was ir* ('•moii Citv this week attending the Superintenont’a Con vention. Dr. J. C. Kalb, of McPherson, Iv.nvo, is in the city attending his son in-l.tw, Mr. W. C. Gould who is quite sick. County Judge W. I». Hutchcrafl o: Ko* « countv, and A. H Stanard • " eii.ian Lal»e, were ;n the city last l uciday. W. J. Johnston was appointed councilman Monday evening vice W. L. Morehouse resigned. The selec tion is an excellent one. The railroad water tank is a favor tr nesting place for the tramp. The .vcrape tramp never gets near water unless it u securely con lined. l)r. Hasty is buying dogs. He se .-iired a fine* purp last Tuesday that stands over 28 inches in his stocking feet, and is as graceful as a skinned calliope. Frank Kellogg of the Butte Creek Krnch, was in the city last Sunday. He was on his wav home from Den ver and had with him 12 thorough bred Hertord bulls. For Sale: —Two incubators in first-class order, one holds 200 eggs ~nd the other 250 Will sell cheap for cash or trade for pigs, calves or cow. F<»r further information in quire at this office. Are we to have a celebration on the 24th, the fourth anivorsary of ihe birth of the city. The firemen will parade, and perhaps the secret societies. 'The board of trade should take hold of the matter. Dave Pitts, who sells clothes, was in town hist Wednesday. This is Dave’s last trip for some time as lien. Harrison has made him post master at Garden City, Kansas, at a salary of tw o thousand a year. G. M. Magi 11 is publishing a paper at Seymoui, Baylor county, Texas. We have received a copy and find that it is edited with most character istic energy and ability, booming Seymour and Baylor county in a truly western manner. Needless to any that the politics of the paper are democratic. M. E. Herbert bought the wagon, plow and general farm implement of M. L. Swift &■ Co. The Buckeye burvestine machinery will l,e well Imticfl. 'l by Mr. Herbert who ha. uli Iv sold ov. r a carload of Binder.. He wtil keep on hand a itr 'f and complete Mock of extri.r and will have a factory eiperton the ground to superintend retting up the ....icdilflpf The crops in Baca county espec ially about Springfield nud Vilas are looking exceptionally fine. A eon of Mf r Frank Petrie of Plea-ant Valley, aged 10 years, was bitten by a rattlesnake last Tuesday evening while returning from school. Dr. Hasty is attending, and says the boy i* very sick, but thinks he will recover. Advertised Letters The following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for iu the post office at Lamar, Colo., for week end ing May 9th, 1890: O R. White. Elmer E. Brnne John W. Boese. C. M. Cole. D. S. Barger. Abbott Grimes. John W. Nance. W. L. Prindle. Mrs. G. E. Patrick. W. M. Mason. Mr. Nelson. Ortna Sbav. Florence Shields E. T. Lkk, r. m I Colorado Meteorological Society. Report for the week endin'' May Bth, 1800: Ther. , Max. Min. Rain May 10 : 75 40 “ 11 : 83 51 8 “ 12 : 86 40 .29 “ 13 : 65 46 “ 14 : 77 40 “ 15 : 57 42 “ 16 : 71 40 Geo. T. Herbet, Voluntary Observer. Texas Spring Palace. The “Santa Fe lloute'’ will sell ticketß to Ft. Worth and return a* one farm For the round trip on May 12th, 15th, 23rd and 2G. good for re turn trip up to and including June 3rd. Hi-oiiirh- Pullman connection*, splendid train service, smooth track ; and fast time. See the Oklahoma Country. Lost: A hunch <.f keys. Finder will please leave fh-tn at this office and he mid ihl v i > • ded. 1 ' I'AT►. OF COLORADO, ■, In the Count' • SS. Prowers County. , Court. I M. L. Swift Plaintiff, J VS. J SUMMONS. , F. E. Hutchins Defendant.) TIIK PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLO ! ItA DO, To K. E. Hutchins the defendant above named. OK hr. 1 You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff. In the Countv Court, o. Prowers County, stale of Colorado, In which s lid Court, • ountv and St to the complain n the above entitled action filed; an answer tho complaint therein within twent\ I ays after the service hereof, if served with in thin Countv; or, if served out of tills Coun ty, or by publication, within thirty dajs after lie service liereni exdu-dve f tin- day < '-rvicc or Judgment by default will be tak-t. • Ltainst y m aocordiiiK to the prayer of the complaint. The «ald action Is brought to quiet title of plaiutifT to lots numbered ten,eleve. .twelve, ii.irtc.ii and tourtei-u in lilock numbered fnrty five in the town ot Lamar according to the original plat thereof, In Prowers county, -tate of Colorado, and to have any claim of the defendant thereto, decreed to be void as will more fully appear from the complaint in said action to w hich reference i» here made. And you ure hereby notitled that if you fail to appear, nnd to answer the said complaint as above required the said plaintiff will take judgment by default us prayed for. Given under my hand and seal of said court nt Lamar, in said County, this 15th day of Hay i>. 1800. (SEAL.) JAS. K DOUGHTY, Judge and Acting Clerk. Buckeye mowers at Herbert’s. Everybody buys feed and flour at Parmenter’s Old Stand. Buckeye binders at Herbert’s. Remember the Parmenter Obi Stand for cheap feed and b**?t brands of flour. I lerbert’s for pumps and windmills. 1). C. Marker says he is the man who has furniture to sell. Everybody buys Buckeye Binders. j For quick sales, small profits, hon : est weight, square deals and cash prices go to the Parmenter Old . Stand. Peter Matter keeps a complete stock of garded and field seeds at | toe Parmenter Old Stand. G/L. HIMES, ATTORNEY-AX-lAW ISD Money to Loan. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN COLLEC TIONS. LAMAR, COLO. Durilig the past month over inches of rain has fallen in the valley. Born:—Last Saturday a 9.V pound girl came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lee. Mother and babe doing well. Dr. Hasty attend ing. Notice the broad grin on Pa Lee’s face. Also the same day Mrs. W. 11. Taylor presented her husband with alO pound hoy. Both mother and child are well. Dr. Hasty at tending. Pa Taylor has about the same smile on his face as Pa Lee when asked “hoa’s the boy?” HON. RUFUS CLARK. The Well Known Citizen Expresses bis Views on an Important Subject. His Remarkable Cure of Catarrh after Forty Years of Suffering. Statements from Various People of Re markable Cares Effected in Denver. There Is probably no better known man In Denver, or, in fact the siat<* of Colorado, than the lion, kulus Clark. .Mr. Clark i* one of the ' -‘J pioneers and is one of the we Jlliiest and most widely known and hiiriily respected of Colorado’s early setilers. Hi.- statement car ries aieat weixut a.tii ail who know him. as his integrity is unquestioned. Hon. Rufus Clark. For forty years, I|have !• * n afflicted,” said Mr. Clark to a reporter, "with tint dreadful di sease, catarrh, and after having b-en in this condition so long I had about n\.le up my mind I that t lu ro wa- no n iacilv f r It, as ihephysi cians had tolilma that they could only give tem porary relioT. and that 1 could only wait patient ly tlie end. which v.as. a» tiny said, near at Land. I have lived in Colorado f’>r M years, and during that tine* have been under the treat ment of * mi.tent physicians of this state, but they could rive mo no more encouragement than the others. I went to Toronto, Canada, t ‘. on nit a socialist who treated catarrh ex clusively, and spent 9200, hut all In vain. I used to seat tins.-it to read my ill de. but 1 could scarcely read a line without having to stop and h i', k and spit; my breath was ollensive and lay health much impaired. I had about made up my mind that 1 would have to eudure it to the end. when an aciuaintarce urged me to ••'V! W:l » trial. £ did so with but little : 1•" It ,tui nk mg pel bans !i** might give tin* a little rebel | called on him in company with mv he examined and assured me that he eruhl cure urn; though skeptical and doubting. I took his remedies, and then had him examine o. i give his opinion of my wife’s case. She "as suifertiig from aggravated dyspepsia, weak eves and excessive nervousness; her nerves "••re »• niipletcly unstrung. II« was positive 111. -1 he could euro her, so I took medicine for her also. From the first week we both improv ed, and I can conscientiously say we both ueriv ed more benefit from the very first than from any or all other doctors we ever liud. I can now read my Bible for an hour at a time without be ing troubled with hawking ami spitting: my o id is entirely clear and 1 am stronger and in belter health than I have been for ten years, and gun wa is entitled to all the credit, »• <ll am willing the world should know It.” Mrs, 1 lark stated that when she went to gun wa she was reduced lrom her ailment*; her eyes hud had ecu troii'«ling her for years, and she had in ated with the best oculists iu vain. Dyspep sia and a completely unstrung nervous system bad rendm-ed her so melancholy that she con <1 -. led -he had but a lew days to live. She is now completely restored to health; her eyes are stronger tti.m they Imrt been for years; her 'n*-s;, 'i| Sinn::'., h troubles h&v< dlsa i’;' Ted. and she cannot -ay too much in praise or gun wa and his reniudles. Hi- Hew T. A. of the Peoples Tabema eh*. Denver, Is another prominent citizen who lias something to say concerning the great gooil gun wa is doing. “My brother lias doctored for >• ars and was given up to dl*,” he writes, • when lie wis Induecil to Dvguti wa. I almost • rrled him up the rteps to gun wa’s parlors Hut in three weeks’ time he filled mv pulpit and preached for the first time m three vears. L am onlv too happy to testify in behalf of gun •v.< <1 hues** remedies.” August Kent merer, of - ii i- 01 avenue, Denver, is another who bus been benefited. ”1 haw* »*•"•.» sull-rlng w ith a tape worm for the past tin re years, lb* says; ’‘Nothing I o :il l . v r pet had any •Tcrf In removing It. I was haunted night ami day witli the divadlul thought that l had a hid eous iMirasite within me It'iawiup at my vitals, and it seemed as if I mu t terry it to my Brave. Hearing of a friend who hau been similarly affected, and who was relieved by pun va. ::.d reading the in . v testimonials of wonderful cures his med tcines w'*ro effecting, l i Mr. E. Kan merer. i wentto hint and «>ilds remedy. In two hours alter inkin'.: it 1 passed n tape i worm Wfe-'t In I'* i*rtii. 1 did not suffer In tlie Ilc ISL either fr.. 11. :,i .)•..i;i or iwn-r.i, and lam i to-*lav tho limpi >*t man in l>en>er.'’ ; C. IS. Market st..ltenver. write*: “ I bless tim d.'.v I flrst went aim saw gun wa, for I Ills remedies have mad-* a new man of me.” . There are thousands «>f otte r testimonials to i tho same effect. The gun wa Chinese remedies i will positively • tiro rheumatism, catarrh, i scrofula..seminal weakness, tapeworm, cancer, > Indigestion, fits, piles, neuralgia, all nervous di | senses, fevers, costiveness, salt rheum, tumors* ! all skin diseases, baldnc**. malaria, al! blood diseases, eruptions, asthma, paralysis, all sexu ! al diseases, heart disease, consumption, bron i ehttts, dyspepsia , sore eye*. urinary troubles. ! dcafness,fen:ale tveakm- s, lost manhood, aud all j diseases No charge is made for consultation, examination nr auvlce. If you are out of the cltv and cannot call, write to Mm at 1029 Larimer : street. Denver. All letters are regarded as con i ndentiai. and receive the personal attention of gun wa himself. NUMBER 49. Patents were received at the U. S. Land Office last week for the follow ing named parties: Henry T. Henry, Chas. G. Myers, Andrew Hoffner, Lester H. Mayhew, Louis F. Wheeler, Milo D. Johnston, Sad a Ilillard, Uriah Hardesty. Thos. A. Morgan, Newman H. Mix, W. W. Louden, Chris L. Dyas, W. A. Wolf, Archie B. Davidson, John W. Out house, John C. Brown, Julian C. Clark, Geo. W. Wood, Elijah H. En gland, Jas. B. Rogers, Richard A. Ellis, Jeremiah V. Brooks, Walter DeGarmo, E. Theodore Lee, Herbert Reynolds, Etta F. Edgerton, Nasbert Bloqnian, Marion M. Shumate, Ed ward E. Blake. Lewis Sesline, Geo. N. Jeffries, Wra. F. Beaver, Win. G. McGinnis, Geo. 8. Henderson, Jas. M. Wells, John H. Becker, Geo. W. Hunter, Win. T. Case, John W. Oweu, Chas. C. Cronio, Nathan B. Hodg kins, Geo. W. Leasure, Isaac A. Teast, Robt. S. Ilulse, Geo. T. Tay lor, Henry Hempstid. Andrew Hun ter, Henry M. Dillc, Geo. W. Warner, James M. Johnson, James H. Ward rip, Henry B. Adkinson. Thos. Wass, | Jacob Miller, Win. A. Danat, Fannie i B. Templeman, Benj. F. Faiu, Royal IS. Capelin, James F. Davis, Huston , .Wanker, Clark B. Jones, Ogden Z. I Ivane, Fred Williams, Nicholas J. Dillon, Chas. E. Whittlesey, Elihu Fisher, Herman Downing, Edna M. Caswell, John J. Langstreth, Edgar T. Johnston, Milton J. Jones, Wil liam, S. Mitchell, Columbus L. Blackesley, Chas. E. Babcock, Jos- B. Morgan, Jacob J. Effort, John P. » Sayer, Thos. C. Nicholson, Conrad G. Slenbv, Mary Ann Jones, John 1). Truesdale, John J. Cobry, Frank l). Fagin, Lewis C. Mayhew, Willis C. Grove, Benj. F. Efaw, Ure L. Kyler, Chas. L. Crowder, Amos Wil liams. John Joyce, Jesse Bolinger, Jos. N. Workman, John H. Keffner, Geo. W. Baker, John R. Pal more, ! Harry Wamner, Chas. 11. Stanard, i Martin Jessup, Emice Jessup Cassius, J E. Tool, Lonis N. Richey, James M. Steele, Rose.oe P. Tool, Benj. Hin shaw Geo. L. Peck, John A. Roach, Pedro Henandez, Frank A. Brenton, Chas. F. SlnfHet, Harrison D. Shifflet, 1 Win. B. Rhodes, Jacob D. Hersletter, | John C. Cole, August Stanka, Chas. : E. Bradley, Minnie J. Jenkins, Sam | uel 11. Bonner, Laura Effort, Cora M. Effort, Williard L. Patchen, David j Rupert, Abner Wilkinson, Fred Ren ner, Mira 11. Beebe, Howard L. Kemper, Rosco P. Bowman, Bailie Dancy, Newton Strode, Mary A. Wignall, Win. E. Law, Harry Craig, Alonzo Reeve, Thos. L Frisby, John Dake, Mary E. Flaherty, Thos. J. Booth. Miles Risner, Viola Goff, Ida M. Keenan, James C. Blevins, Orissa A. Russell, Isabella M. Carr, Thos. Donelv, James F. Berger, Win. H. Snoddy, Win. J. Franing, James M. Draper, Robt. L. Walker, John, 11. Johannes, Jas. W. Thompson, Stacy A. Ivohr, Richard T. Laytham Ivate W. Collins, Sebourn Reed, Jas. R. Miller. VVm, Wad ley, John B. Rob erts, Findly Cunningham, John A- Clinger, Geo. Haynes, John F. Schenfler. Wm. H. Gay, Fremont C* Stevens, Odie W. Brown, John C. Avery Jr., Win. A. Waterhouse, Alvin N. Weeks, Wm. 11. Conrad, Abram L Ritter, Sylvester G. Wright John J Sapp, Reuben Turner, Thos. Baser, Weslcy Roebuck, John H. Curtis, John McDonall, Amos Mc ! Donall. Thos. C. Martin, Juez K. | Culp. ,Ims. R. Scott, Frank M. Wood ard, Walter J. Adams, Ada M. Jay, J Geo. D. Phillips, John F. McKelvey, Frank N. Kellogg, Wm. Grooms. 0. G. HESS, / ttcraav and Counsellor at Lav. LAMAR, - - - COLORADO. Has had fifteen years experience is aotiva practice In bolli State and U. 5, Court*. FECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CON TEST’S IN U. S. LAND OFFICE, Coilectka? froaitlr Attsnied to 33et.net.nEt. Line, Free reclining chair-cars are run via “Santa Fe Route” between Deu ver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, To peka, Kansas City, Ft. Madison, ! Galesburg and (Chicago. Two trains : daily between all eastern and west ! ern points. Fast line to San Diego* Los Angeles and Sati Francisco. Pullman Tourist Cars for all Califor nia points. Shore Line to City of Mexico. Round trip tickets on sale I at reduced rates to all principle Tex as, Pacific and Gulf Const points, »1- !so City of Mexico. Direct line to I the celebrated Las Vegas Hot Springs New Mexico. ! Colorado Headquarters for Ibia [popular line 1700 Lawrence St. Dab* ver, Colo.