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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
T.r’! s' iv. X. XX. MYERS, :-H .A. O Z 3 TT. :s a Largo Liua of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glass. Sta tionary a a«1 Cisars. IX THK IPostofflo© SuiilcLing ,fw Mn> M««r. I.auaii. COl.O. <;v. \, W.lf.Ci'l'l.l'. F. F. «Sk: <iKlti,Klt, -Tiie- TCKANTS’ STATE BANK OF LAMAR. LAMAK, COLORADO. -xUSKUCT OKS* U. U BUOWN. A. IF lIKISKR. A. J. lIOISINCTON. O. Ci. UIdSS. C. V. DECK KR. AUo C.»|..rA.1.. for tlio MGRT3AO3 TRUST COMPANY. Hoiicv io luan *»n K,»rm nn>i Cilv l*rop«rt\ at B. B BRO fF.V. Manager. EST. 4 BUSHED 1887. :L£s ,ii. cWSo O S \j X 415 *5.9 9 :?BAKhIS KEISE'Y Xanngor. GOLORAOO. •ONLY n'tST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOMS IN THE CITY, ; r\kt.k iti> \k-■ v 'o.'i \ioi> rKD .^f BJB-'flß vay>., tfFS ./h 7 *7 >y r’ r A 1:1 B Js*lACs<Sls!! HAS A FULL LINE OP GROCERIES, dueensware, Er X_i .ZX. S23"V v ’ r " _A_.3LZIj, LAMPS, NOTIONS Etc. HAH, - - - COIO. MAH WITH TflT CYOOR Or THE COTTKTSY. WILL OBTAIH MUCH VALtTALL-J Dfl ORIfATJOK r&OM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF t . '7 T . ., -■. ■ • >' , •' . W.' • Y- • J feS- C-'; -c.y_ _jL 0 T Ej, iiTcascwa, rock islako a pfisific RfiSLWfiv, MudlTMr robin I'nos, branches end extensions *“* • nd , c JVr» t o ?/.^ I.HHOUn River T!>Vi• Route tO &nd IrOiU CUiCOUO, JOJL'S, *°na, La Salle. Alolirc, Rock It Lmi. l n I! •-umwo, O-.kalooKA, Des Maine.*. Wlnwrsot. Audubon. Harlan J Council C, ! C in lOWA -Minneapolis and St. Paul in MHSLNJ-SO IA-tAiiMrto'wn Fulls, ln DAKOTA-Cumoran. Et- Josan i and K n-ft 3 cf rich formlnt; and grazing t»uus.northwuafc and , r v C °mmunlcatlon to all towna and cidos east ond wcJw n suthwoat cf Chicago, and Pacific and tmns-oceaulc Jcapo. • •■• fciACNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS, competitors In splendor of wjulnment xcarmedky well vort lifted, and free from Molneo, gssff of Mlsoouri River, California Excuretons d JF» *J~| g an l POUTER to and from 8a 1' Lake, Osrdcn, p Garden •anciac*. jTho DIRECT LINE to and rrom Pike o Peg, Momtu. the the Mountain CiUos. Mining Campe, Sanltartucse, ana Colorado. VIA THE ALBERT LEA ROUTE, gfesaiassagasasffs^^w^w^iSsgß*!^ Sioux Falla, and tho Summer Iteuoita and tiunuug Sff^SENSCA ircl-between Clncifiaatl, IndlanapoLe. IsaluNf tte, st p a nL to nny Co.tpon sket Cmco In Sht olt-d States or Canada, or aildroDJ ■ ST. JO Hi- JOHN SE3AS I lAN, CIUOACIO, HX- Or.n'l Tictat a Fact, igtnt. LAMAR, COLORADO. SATURDAY, MAY 24. 1890. LOCAL PICK-UPS. Dr. !Tasty lias hired a trainer for ! his due. Receiver G >i>Jalc made a flying • r ll * to Folsom, New Mexico, this week. Miss Eunice J-ssop is visiting with Mrs. E. T. Lee and other ; friend*. George U. Wishtinin, :i farmer 1. 1 ntr resident. is visiting his sister, Mrs E. F. Seeberger. H Emerson am] Miss M. E Cat fetson were married hv George L Himes, K-q ,Saturday eveniHg. ■ I*' M Tipton, of Springfield, late of the Republican, was in the city on Tneaduv on Ids w ay to Denver. Mr. 1! F. Aeuff and Mbs Sadie Morris were married at Granada on May IT h. Loren*» Junes, deputy assessor, has been fill ini' schedules on the north Mile of the river this week. The next important event after the fourth an:»i versai V Will he the i lven*. ..f the w*ai ••rmcloa season. Mr A J. ilaMv lias been appoint -led engineer of tin* writer wo ks, and s a!re.i4y i i the discharge of Ids <iu ties. J 1). Turner, of Lunar, and G • i_;e 11. M. lull, of Gi .iiitnla. ha v< 1 n appointed census innuierator* | for this county. George Hi.nes is .going hick to Illinois m*it w-ek to visit his best yi:l T;' she’ll eo u.*, he in iy bring : ir bn. k s i’li bun. D »ve Ziniermao ha? returned from ; D liver, wl.rve h** was looking after :tif - ii.;•.-resin of Mr!iae J ('ai.ul, Re mnl Cand Company. l>. 11. Drown was upuoinled mein ih.ri.f the state central cotilmiUee fi.i I'liiiv."* emiiitr last Week b\ j Criairnitn Londoner. G*org« Tromlitx has just made a 'Em* to his f-.mil> from Denver. Mr. 'Troiuiiis ais a lu-tratiye position i t i t lie ofli-e of Surveyor-general lluniplirei s. M ..; S.ram was on the strewl one • dll this w eek lrv ing to sell «» second h iml baby c irri ig»*. He swears lie i iherited or found it, we don’t re i turn.her which- Mr. \\*. O. Lee has returned from ..is visit in lilinote* lie arrived Thursday morning, glad to get hack to wle.e hee.au again breathe tile; 1 pure air of Colorado. ! \V L. Hoioomb, of Granada. paid I ainar a visit the first of the week. ! Mr. ll..|roiiil* is looking after the in ti rest*. i>f the Sentinel during the ab sence of Mr. C ilhnuri. The “Republican”, of SpratgJold Ir. M. Tipton publisher. Inis sus | pend *d. There ar« now hut two pa ! tiers publisi e i in B.i'-a county, the , Herald at Springfield, and the Chico ; at Minneapolis. At the hind concert.on last Friday night the hand bt\« publicly pre sente. 1 their teacher, Captain Heaton, with a tine cornet. The captain has well earned this token of apprecia tion of his services. Mr. W. C Gould, who his been confined to hid bed for the past three weeks is still (pm* 1 sick and unable lo leave his bed. His condition lias improved, however, and he is in a fairway to recover. The ladies of the Christian church will give a strawberry festival o?i the the evening of May -odi »t theii church.the entire proa mlsto I) • giv , n to the Lamar cornet hand. Come out, eat good things fur a laudable purpose and have a pleasant ei. ti ing. Fred. Niederloh from Peoria. I ii nois, was in the city this week. Mr. Niederloh is one of the early settler* ,»f this county, having proved up a claim three years ago about f«*pr miles south of town. He intends re turning to Prowers county at an ral ly date to make it his permanent howt’. Gone. — E. J. Allison, our whilom printer, departed from the joyous precinct of our den at a time to us unknown and mingled himself with the distance. This little circum stance ha? east a gloom over the us ually happy disposition of the writer, and left him looking sadly at the case, longing for a sit in that far beyond, where uncertain printers are unknown and writers know no duns or disap pointinents. I This fall campaign is to he an ex ' citing one and in order that every republican in the state will have no 1 excuse for not keeping fully posted on the political occurrences of the dav. The Dstivcr Weekly Times is offered from now until January Ist, 1891, for fifty cents. Just tliif k of] ] this offer; it means nine months of ! good reading and the best news re ports during tli*» most exciting elec tion contest Colorado has had for years. "W q Colebrato. Lamar with her brilliant prospects ; looms np a gav and festive four year old today. The citizms will cele brate the day with appropriate isere ! monies. The procession will form <>n Poplar street between Main and Fifth and move at 1:30 sharp under • to- grand marshalship of Mr. A. Kornin.au, in the following order: Band Fire Depurtmsut. KitCurson Cost, »J. A. K Lamar Lodge, A. (>. U. W. Lamar Camp . Modern Woodmen. Board of Trade, City OlSotuN and Citizens. I Alter the parade addresses will be made by leading speakers. I’he celebration will be closed by a grand ball at Kornmau’s hall this j evening given by the lire department. ! Attention, O A F 2,. and W.. R.. o. Lamar, May 2L1890. — [Order No. 2 ; All comrades ..f Kit Carson post ibe ordered to meet at their post rooms at 10:30 e. in. sharp on Sun ! dav. May 25, and march in a body to the Methodist church, where Rev. Kent White has kindly <-on.-enlod to : deliver u memorial address. By or der of U. II C. 1). K. Cooper, Adj. All members of the Women’s lle -1 lief Corps are requested to meet at J. 1). M irtiu’s next Sunday morning at 10:30 to attend in a ho ly the memorial services at the Methodist chureloat 11 a. m. DECORATION DAY. Tliu following i* the; program for Derorsttioii dav, M iv 30th. A! o'clock the parade will form with riff ht resting at Commercial. Houso In the follow ing order: First—Lamar f 'ornct Dnnd. Second—Color Guard. Third—Kit Carson Post G. A. ;it.. and com rades. Fourth-Lamar Fire Department. Fifth—Civil Ordors of Lamar. Sixth—Womens' Relief Corps. Seventh—Childrens’ Brigade. fciighth—Citizens. At I 8C o'clock the column will march down Main street to the grove. At 2 o'clock. services at the grove. First, ijeeoratlou of monument by G. A. It. Second, Music. Third, Memorial exercises by G. A. R. Post Fourth, Memorial address. Fifth, Music. Sixth, Address. Nof.oo Coi* Publioa-.ion. I.a ml OfT.c e at Lamar, Colorado. May 22ml. ls'Wl. Notice l« hereby .riven that the following named .-e'tler has tiled notice of his Intention i to commute to cash entry Htid to make tlnaJ proof in support of hi.-* claim, ami that said | proof will he made before the Register and ! Ueclever at Lamar, Colo., on July sth, 1830, viz John Royal, II. K. No 3007, for the N. E. 1-4. .section 13, To wnship 20. « Kamre 46 n, lie names the following witnesses to prove i his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: James McHroom, E. W. Fuller, II. M. Morris. John Tanuer, all of ; l.amar, Colorado. C. I>. FORD, ■f.O 4 Register. Cplondo XHeonlcgical 5:cisty, Report for the week May 1 8«li, 1 S90: Ther.- > Max. Min. Rain I May 15 : 57 42 ! *• 10 : 78 04 8 i •« 17 : 88 47 .29 i “ 18 : 85 52 ■- 10 : To 41 ! »* 20 : o l 54 *• 21 • : 75 52 Geo. T. Herbert, Voluntary Observer. Bi-Montiily Report of tire Lamar Public Sohool. The following are the names of pupils that received a high general average. HIGH AND GRAMMAR DEPAItTMKNT. Eva Goodale 9»3 Vinnie Lee 93 Caiie Creamer 91 Ora Downer 90 Whitman Ford 90 INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. Miss Kimmrl, Teacher. Minnie Ware 95 Eddie Durant 94 Addie Ford 94 Roleta Carstensen 93 Hattie Morris 93 Dora Thurston 93 Ada Parmenicr 93 Elsie Craddock 92 Charles Clark 90 Lester Darker 90 Lena Hausen 89 Daisy Garvin 89 Robert Craddock 88 SECOND FRIM'KY. Miss Maxwell, Teacher. A Class. Fred Goodale 94 . Harry Good tic 92 Pearl Taylor 92 Alva Dee ter 92 Dessie Shinn 91 D Class. Josie Silver 98 Ida Morris 95 Bessie Ziinunnan 94 Jessie Zimerniau 93 Duvvnie Chism 91 : Gertie Garvin 91 FIRST PRIIIARY. Mrs. Rood, Teacher. A Claas. Gertie Clark 90 Celia Ford 95 Edna llausen 95 Vergiuuie Golladay 94 Helen Clark 94 Carl Thurston 93 Luiiie Brown 92 15 Class. Louise Seeberger 97 Willie Johnson 92 Walter Hal per gl Sal lie Hansen 91 1 The school year of uiuu months •dosed on Friday, May lGih. On ac fount of sickness and other reasons some of the pupils in each of the de partments were not present at the fi u d examination for promotion. This will necessitate an examination and regrading at the beginning ot the fall term. In some instances absence could not bo avoided, but that will not justify promotion without exami nation Few realize the difficulties in the instruction,discipline and organ ization of a floating population. Our I teachers have been wrestling with this problem for two years, and with these granitic staying qualities we shall continue the struggle for anoth er year, and with fair prospects of its solution. It has been our purpose to make Lamar an educational eon j ter 111 southeastern Colorado, and to this end we need, and we believe! that, we shall have the cooperation | of county superintendent, teachers I and people. To show parents that j ns an educational factor we place the I moral culture of their children at the top pf the list, next week we shall give the questions and answers of, one of our examinations in moral lessons. T. B. Bird, Principal. Adv9i-t,t33d Letts rs The following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the post office at Lamar, Colo., for week end ing May 9lh, 1890: J. W. Eehly, ' Mrs. Jennie C. Grimes, Joe Mackinghain, Mrs. G. E. Patrick, J. T. Allison. E. T. Lee, r. m. NUMBER 50. Texas Spring Palace, The “Santa Fe Route” will sell tickets to Ft. Worth and return at one fare for the round trip on May 12th. 15th, 23rd and 26, good for re turn trip up to and including June 3rd. Through Pullman connections, splendid train service, smooth track and fast time. See the Oklahoma Country. Lost: A hunch of keys. Finder will please leave them at this office and In* suitably rewarded. STATE OK COLORADO, ; In the County BS. I'rowere County. j Court. M. L. Swift Pliilntlff, ; VS. (SUMMONS. I K. K. Hutchins Defendant.) ! THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLO- I RAPO, To K. E. Hutchins the defendant above named. GREETING: You are hereby required to appear in un I action brought against you by the übove | named plaintiff, in the County Court, of Prowers County, State of Colorado, in a hteli said Court, County and State the complaint in the above entitled action Hied; ami answer the coinpluint therein within twenty days after the service hereof, if served with in this Countv; or. If served out of this Coun ty, or l»v publication, within thirty days after toe service hereof, exclusive of the duy of service: or Judgment by default will be taken against you according to the player of the complaint. Til** said action Is brought to quiet title of plaintiff to lots numbered ten.eleve. .twelve, thirteen and fourteen In Block numbered forty-live In the town or Lumnr according to the original pint thereof. In Prowers county, state of Colorado, undto have any claim of the defendant thereto, decreed to be void ns will more fully appear from the complaint in said action to which reference Is here made. And you are hereby notified that if you full .to uppear. nnd to answer the said complaint ns above required the said plaintiff will take judgment by default as prayed for. Given under my hand and seal of said court I at Lamar. In said County, this 15th day of ! May A. I>. IS3O. (SEAL.) JAS. K- DOUGHTY, 45 52. Judge und Acting Clerk. | Buckeye mowers at Herbert’s. I Everybody buys feed and flour at I Purinenter’s Old Stand. Buckeye biuders at Heibert’s. Remember the Parmentor Old Stand for cheap feed and b<*M brands of flour. Herbert’s for pumps and windmills. I). C. Marker says ho is the man who has furniture to sell. Everybody buys Buckeye Binders. For quick sales, small profits, hon est weight, square deals and cash prices go to the Parra enter Old Stand. Peter Matter keeps a complete stock of gard<*d and field seeds at the Parmcnter Old Stand. G. L, HIMES" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AM) Money to Loan. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN COLLEC TIONS. LAMAR, -:- -:- -:- COLO. 0. G, HESS,' /Kornev and Coraello? at Law. LAMAR, - - - COLORADO. Hus had fifteen years experience in active practice In boll) State and U. S, Courts PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CON TESTS IN U. S. LAND OFFICE, ; Cal.cclmr Paaitlt AUtadei to California Birouraions. ! Are you going to California? If ! so, read the following, and find out j how much it will cost you, and what 1 >nu can get for vour money: The SANTA FE' ROUTE tuns | weekly excursions (every Friday) [ from Kansas City and points west to j San Francisco, Los Angeles, San j Diago and other Pacific Coast points. ! 'Hie ticket rates are the regular see ! oiid-class rates—s3s from the Mis : ><mi l River to principal California points. Pullman Tounst Sleeping- Cars are furni»hcd. These cars run through, without change, from lvan '' is Citv to destination. The charge for berths is remarkably low, b«*lng I $B.OO for a double berth from Kan j sas (‘ity to California. The Pullman c, ♦ mp.nny furnish mattresses, bed ! ding, curtains and all sleeping-ear ac j cessories, including the services of a i porter, with each ear. The partis* ! are personally conducted by experi enced excursion managers, who give every attention to passengers, insur ing their comfort and convenience. For more complete information re garding these excursions, rates tick eta, sleept r.g-car accommodations, dates, etc., address Cko T. Nrciioi.soN, <L I*. fc T A. A.. T. <fc S. F. R R. Topeka, Kan*s«*