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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
VVSUfIHID ITIBT IAIOIDAT. •ST- B. B. (Mm, editor * Proprietor. BaMniM Mm POM-OOm at Luur, Colo MM. SUBSORimOM BAT4S: mTNr, - SUM Ms Months. .78 VMM Months. -M Blngl* Coplos. • .OS !■*»*«, Colorado, April 18, 1891. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. A. T. & S. F. Tots Caro. Daily. Lsmsr, Colorado. Daily. Wbst Bound. East Bound. No. 1 143a.m. No. 2 4 06a.m. No. 1 452 a. m. No. 4 ®36p. m. No. 5 * 32 a. m. No. S 12 57 a. m. No. 7 6 35 p. m. No. S 915 a. m. No. 48-Fret 313 p.m. No. 44-Frgt 843 am. Nos. 5 and 6 are through trains. Nos. 1 and 2 stop here on signal. W. E. Cadb. Agent. .AJostraots. The only set of A"umeri ical Abstracts of the Rec ords of Prowers county. Abstracts to Farm and City Property furnished on shortest notice. Terms Reasonable. Addresss PROWERS CO. ABSTRACT Co. Lamar. Colo. New time table this week. The romantic tramp is abroad. Only two more weeks till the Assessor will be after you. Scarlet rash is about town, but no measles as reported. The great American navy of prairie schooners is again on the move. J. A. McDowell is seeding 1(50 acres to alfalfa on his ranch east of town. W. H. Welles writes from Pueblo that he has secured a good job, and will lo cate there. Mrs. Underwood has been quite sick with the grippe this week, but is now much improved. Over 8,000 acres of alfalfa will be ad ded to the permanent crops of Prowers county this year. Mr. D. H. Dunn has moved his family into a house in the southeast part of town. He has decided to locate here. The Lamar Land and Canal company are putting in one thousand acres of al falfa on their large farm a few miles east of Lamar. The force of men that are changing the poles on the Western Union telegraph line have reached this point. They have 23 men at work. We publish this week in full the new law in regard to the semi-annual pay ment of taxes. All taxpayers should read it carefully. There will be no April term of district court here as stated last week, Judge Gunter has decided to postpone it till sometime in June. A. N. Parrish and B. B. Brown went to Denver Monday night, returning Tues day morning, much to the surprise of Cashier Markham. There was a small shower of hail and rain on last Wednesday night which laid the dust and cleared the atmosphere mak ing it much pleasanter. “Uncle Tom” came up from Holly last night and was much surprised at the warmth of the welcome that greeted him on the station platform. A surprise party was tendered Chas. Billingslea on the Wednesday evening, the 15th, by about ten couples, and they all had an enjoyable time. Ladies, please call and see the latest Styles of dress goods, white and black embroidery suits at rock bottom prices at S. E. Mobbis «fc Co’s. Alfalfa seed and hay are way up in price and still going higher. The proph esies so fresly made that the market would soon be overstocked with them don’t go at aIL Yesterday a oar load of alfalfa, wheat, oats and millet seed was shipped to the Jtosn ranch at Manvel. Over one thous and acres will be put in these crops on that fins ranch this season. Some tramps came very near setting Ithe stock yards on fire one night this week, but were prevent from doing so by Marshal Billow, who was on the look-out and fired them out of town. Eben Guy, one of our late arrivals, is putting in a whole quarter section of crops on the north side this year. He has mule up his mind that Prowers county is rich enough for anybody, A large number of fruit trees are be ing planted by the farmers around La mer this year. Those planted last sea son are doing fine and it has encouraged quite a large increase in that line this year. “Music hath charms to sooths the sav kr*®*t.”That may be true, but |f an able-bodied savage could be present at one of the evening musicalee in Hud, dleston’s hardware store, he would clean out the shop in three seconds. The school term having closed at Ada na, Prof. Lorenzo Jones has rented a residence of Mrs. Gilmer in the eastern part of town and will move his family here just as soon as Mrs. Jones, who has been sick tor ®ome time, is able to be put again. The farmers are all too busy now to pome to town and it makes the place look somewhat dull. Tbs store box far mers have mostly been toroed to leave, Wd the honest grangers will take their place and we fell safe in predicting suc oow for them, An Enterprising Neighborhood. The taxpayers of School District No. 19 hare voted and issued bonds to tho amount of 91,300, and hare plans for a new johool house to be built with the money that will be muoh the finest one one in Prowers county with the single exception of the school building in La mar. It is to be built of fine grade of stone and handsomely finished. The peo ple of that district realize the necessity of good schools, as well as the many benefits derived from them, and have taken hold of the matter with the true western spirit. This building will be an ornament to that section and also a great inducement to men of families to locate there and help build up the neigh borhood. The directors of the district are Wm. Harper, President; A. El Craw ford, Treasurer; and El M. Slater, Secre tary, all enterprising and progressive far mers, and they together with the other taxpayers of No. 19 deserve great credit for the push they have shown in this matter. Since the first settlement of the north side, its people huve been to the front in all enterprising efforts that are made to improve our county and make it an inducement for men of means to locate here; and in no respect has this been more prominent than in school matters. Their schools have been among tho beet in the valley; and are constantly improving. They already have two handsome buildings, the Paradox school house and the one at Pleasant Valley, and this new one will make the third large one, besides which there are sever al smaller ones. Right for Once. For one© in your life Butler you are right. We did try our level beet to get a bill through the .Legislature making an appropriation for a bridge across the Arkansas north of Carlton, and failed. We did it because the county will have to build it some day and if it could have been done by the State, it would have saved the county that much money. If it was a crime to attempt such a meas ure, we stand convicted; but neverthe less mean to try again two years from now, if the county does not build it be fore then. If our Representative could have seen any merit in any legislation outside of Otero county, we would have succeeded. We fail to see where you have any kick coming. You tried to elect a man from Bent county as Repre sentative, and it would only have been a change in favor of Bent. That’s all. An Outrage. It was a strange oversight on the part of our representatives in the Legis lature, to have allowed the judicial bill to have passed without any provision made for the holding of at least one term of the District Court in Kiowa county. To oblidge her people to come across the country 40 or 50 miles to Lamar, to transact their business in our court is an outrage. We belive a petition could be sent to Judge Gunter with sufficient names from the two counties to induce him to hold a special term at Sheridan Lake for their benefit. If they desire it and will start the matter going, we will be very glad to render any assistance possible down here. Ready for the Fray. “Big Ann” was taken from the docks in the harbor on the south shore of the King Reservoir last Sunday and was given a spring trial trip by the Lamar Yachting Club. She is reported to be in splendid condition and perfectly seawor thy. The boys have armed her with a couple of half-inch cannon and expect to take a prominent part in the Italian war. She is of about 2,400 tons burden, nearly sufficient we think to safely carry those hardy seamen, Mort Strain and Ted Lee (one at a time) across the lake. Not Superior Beings. Quite a discussion has been going on among our public officials the past week as to whether Arbor Day is or is not a legal holiday, and whether they were en titled to a lay off. We were greatly shocked os we had always supposed they were all so industrious that they would insist on working in any event, but it seems that they are just ordinary every day people and don't like to work any better than the rest of us. A Strong Bank. Arrangements have nearly been com pleted for the consolidation of the Mer chants’ State and First National Banks under the title of The First National Bank. The consolidation of these two institutions with the connections it will have, will give Lamar one of the strong est banks east of Pueblo, and under the conservative management of Mr. Brown, as President, its success is assured. A Big Law Suit. The suit between Cecil and Riley over some of the “K CC” stock, lately owned by the First National Bank, took most of our attorneys to Granada last Monday. O. G. Hess represented Cecil, and J. W. Knger and C. C. Goodale rep resented Mr. Riley. The case was taken before Judge Koonce and resulted in a hung jury. It will be tried again next Monday. Struck it Rich. From a telegram shown us last Satur day, we should judge the “lowa Cyclone” was booked for a temperance lecture at Lakin that night. The recommend he received from this point may have pre vent the program being carried out. If anyone, however, ought to be posted on the evils of over-indulgence it is this same cyclone. Advertised Letters. The following is a list of unclaimed letters remaining uncalled for in this of fice April 18,1891: Burton, Hon. J. B, Cole, C. M. Hall, Francis Riley, Ben Scott, A. V. Talcott, W. H. Weaugh, W. h. B. T. hK*, P. Mr PERSONAL ITEMS. Robert Tillett, of Holly, *u in Lamar Tuesday. Mrs. A. C. Swift haa been in Lamar all this week. Joe Bell came up from Holly last Wednesday. Gus Grau will go to the country for the summer. Lorenzo Jones came up from Granada last Tuesday. M. J. McMillen, of Carlton, was in La mar Monday. J. B. Davis and Henry Koen were up from Manvel Tuesday. F. B. Koen has been rusticating in New York city this week. R. G. Brown was up from Granada this week and staid several days. Henry T. Henry and Barry Heaton are hoes tradin’ in Pueblo this week. A. E. Bent was in eastern Kansas on a business trip several days this week. Hon. C. C. Donovan took a Pullman Sleeper for the Pacific coast lost Monday night. Sheriff W. C. McCurry was serving pa pers in the eastern portion of the county yesterday. Station agent F. S. Kingdon and wife of Granada, were in Lamar last Thurs day night. Wm. Billingslea came from his home in eastern Kansas on the 15th to visit his parents. W. S. Stipe has been in Lamar visit I ing his cousin Mort Underwood during the past week. E. E. Pike, of Mulvane, while in La mar on Thursday made this office office a pleasant call. Mre. Chas. L. Smith, of Denver, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. A. N. Parrish here, returned home Thursday night. Attorneys O. G. Hess, C. C. Goodale and J. W. Kriger were at Granada tak ing a course of legal instructions on last Monday. Frank Cooper and Bert Carter came in Thursday from a bicycle tour of the towns and cities to the west of us. They have been gone some time. Dr. C. V. Bedell and EL L Koen went to Denver last Wednesday evening, to witness the oponing of the base ball sea son on Thursdav, by a game between the Denver and §ioux City nines. School Items. Special to the KegUter. School House, April 17th. The greatest event of the season was the Arbor day party given by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Heath in their handsomely furnished rooms. No. 13 College block, in honor of their daughters Misses Fannie and Ethel. All the teachers, janitor and lady, and pupils of the upper rooms were invited guests. Dinner was served promptly at a quar ter past twelve. I must not attempt any adequate description. I never so fully realized the poverty of the English lan guage. The table service was exquisite, and the dinner prepared by such fairy like hands, and served on such fragile ware, would have delighted the most fastidious epicure. Chestertield could not have excelled Mr. John Blackberry Heath in repose and elegance of manner. Mrs. Maria Jane Heath is the impersonation of queenly grace and feminine lovliness. Misses Ethel and Fannie, by their sweet and gentle manner and delicate at tention to the wants of the guests, won the hearts cf all. Mr. and Mrs. Heath | have a family of nine lovely children. After dinner the children gave an en tertainment consisting of Arbor day songs and recitations. The rendering of “Little Mohee" by Misses Ethel and Floy was soul thrilling. Time will not permit mention of all the recitations, but the guests were unani mous in the expression of the opinion that it was the happiest event of their i sojourn on this mundane sphere. A Delighted Guest. Try a sock of Lee’s Imperial flour. Choice hams and breakfast bacon at C. M. Lee's. For Bale Cheap. A good mule team. One small mare, One good farm wagon. Inquire at Merchants’ State Bank. Notice. The Women’s Relief Corps will meet the second and fourth Thursday in each month at the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Mbs. H. A. Billow, Pres. Mrs. E. F. Seebergek, Sec’y. The Merchants’ State Bank is prepared to make loans on good lands under any established irrigating canal, either with or without a water right. To Texas for Song. Buy a ticket to Ft. Worth or Galveston, via Santa Fe Route, at regular rates, and you will be amply repaid by views of scenery in fertile Aransas valley, beauti ful Oklahoma, or lovely Washita moun tains. A land of happy homes all the way. Through Pullman service from Rocky Mountans to deep-water. Santa Fe Route is most comfortable line to Texas. Money on hand at the Merchants’ State Bank for good choice loans on lands under the ditches. Easy as a Cradle. Each vestibule sleeper on Santa Fe Route ‘Cannonball’ train between Denver and Chicago, is as easy as a cradle. Chair cars, library cars and day coaches are ar ranged with conveniences that satisfy the nio6t fastidious traveler. No prettier swifter or more comfortable train has ever cut a hole in the night. Call at the Merchants’ State Bank, if you wish to make a real estate loan on lands under the ditches. Cheap Ride to California. If it costs S3O to buy a ticket to south ern California via Santa Fe Route, (quickest and shortest line), and in Cali fornia you regain lost health or wealth, it’s a cheap trip isn’t it? The mascot in this case is the Santa Fe Route, Salary $25 per Week. WANTED —Good Agents to sell oar gen eral line of merchandise. No peddling. Above salary will be paid to ‘live’agents. For further information, address: Chicago Gbicerax. Supply Co., No. 178 West Van Buren St, Chicago, 111. KoUcm ftor I*vx*>Uo»tlon- OOm «t Lamar. C 010.. April UUn. NOTICK te hsrehy ciw that the faik>»i»r named settler ha* ffiedaotioe of hi* to to make 6"»4 proof in aupport of hi* £d “t said goof will be made before the Register and BewiTer at Lamar, May 9, I*l. via: Leslie A. look D. S. No. *.l« for the *w«%. Motion 8. township 52 *onth. range the following witnesses; to iww hi* ooutinuou* residence upon and cultivation of. •aidland, via: F. N. Petri**. C ha*. 8. Ramt»en thal, Tho*. J. Martin and ( ha*. Billingslca, all of Lamar, Colorado. . , _ . M ALSO at same time and place Thomas J. Mar- Martin D. S. No. 4,147 for tho nw»* sestion 8, township 22 south, range 48 west. He names the following witnesses to prove hi* continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, via: F. N. Petrie. ( has. 8. Rarnpen thal. Leslie A. Cook and Chas. Billin*lea. ail of Lamar, Colorado. „ _ _ _ . , 43 C. D. Ford, Register. Notio* ffc>r PviiolloatLlon- Land Otlice at Lamar, Colo.. Mar. 18. I*l. NOTICE is hereby given that the following nained settler has filed uotice of his inten tion to commute to cash entry and to niako make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and deceiver at Lamar, Colo., on May 2nd. I*l. via: J. Howard Koeu, H. E. No. 4,0U0 for the sV» neV» and u'i »e** section 8, township SI south, range 47 west. 11s names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said laud, via : George 6. Rouse. E. k • beeber ger. J. W. Davis and James li. Boyd, all of Lamar, Colorado. 40 C. D. Ford. Register. Notice ft>i* f»xitolio«tt.lorx. Land Office at Lamar, Colo., Mar. 9, I*l. Notice is hereby given that the followiug named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and that said proof was made before the Register and Receiver at Lamar, Colo., on November 25. lhS7, via: Emma Ord, 1). S. No. 1.483, for the nv>t sectiou 12. township 24 south, range 47 west. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis: James M. Myen,George k reik. Mar> Gathers and J. J. Enckson. all of Lamar Colorado. By reason of an error in the former advertise ment. this proof will be opened on April 18th, I*l, for any personj who desires to protest against the allowance.of such proof. 45 C. D. r ord. Register. Notion ffc>x» T=»viTollo«LLlon. Land Office at Lamar. Colo., April 13. I*l. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settlor lias filed uotice of his intention to make tlual proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before J. K. Dough ty. Judge of the County Court, at Lamar. Colo., on May 25th. I*l, vis: George B. Rouse. H. E. No. 4.08a, for the sw>% of swS* of section 34 and ■ of seV* of section 32. township 22 south, range 47 west. He name* the following witnesses to provs bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of. said land, via: Green S. Blosser, Roland Bowser, G. \Y Butler and E. W. Fuller, all of Lamar. Colorado. 50 C. D. Ford, Register. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Detaclt having been made in the payment of a certain promissory note for the principal sum of two hundred dollars (3300) executed by Florence Brice, William Leonard and W. J. McKay, paya ble to the order of Hayden A Dickinson, and se cured by a certain deed of trust, executed by •aid Florence Brice, dated the lWh day of Octo | her. A. D. 1»7. and recorded on the 21st day of January, A. D. I*B, in book 4 at page 213 of tho records of Bent county, State of Colorado, pub lic notice is hereby given that tho un<tor»igned. Job A. Cooper, or in case of hi* death, resigna tion. removal from the city of Denver, or failure to act. or other inability of said Cooper, then the undersigned Elias R. Barton. Sheriff of Arapahoe county, successor in trust in said deed of trust mentioned, will, by virtue and under the power and authority of said deed of trust, and for the purpose* therein meotioced, sell at public auction at the Tremout street door of the court house in Denver, in the county of Arapa hoe, State of Colorado, at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, on the TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF APRIL, A. D. I*l. the property in said deed of trust conveyed, des cribed os follows, to-wit: The north-east quar ter (N.-E. **) of sectiou one (1) township twenty two v 22) south range forty-six (40) west, situate in the county of Prowers (formerly a part of the county of Bent i. and State of Colorado, together with all the appurtenances thereto, and all water rights in said deed of trust mentioned. Job A. Coupbr. Trustee, Elu* R. Barton, Successor in Trust. [First insertion March 21. I*l.] W ANTED—The consent of 10.000 Smokers.— to send each a sample lot of 150 “NICKLE” Cigars, and a 9) year gold filled watch, by Ex press C. O. D. £>.25 and allow examination. Havana Cxoar <V.. Winston. N. C. Notice to Holders of Warrants. COOTTT TxRABVRRR'S OSTICK. Lamar. Colo., March 58th. I*l. NOTICE is hereby given that the following county warrant* will be paid on presentation at the County Treasurer's office in Lamar, Prowers county. Colorado. Said warrants will cease to draw interest thirty days from this date. March 2»th. 1*1: Ordinary Rrvknch Ftmd. No. of Warrant. Date of Warrant. Amount. 1056 October 11. I*o. 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Oor f a asa kDR.SfINDEN ELECTRIC BELT is a complete Galvanic Battery, made into a belt so as to bo easily worn daring work or at rest, and j| soothing, prolonged ourrents which are instantly felt throughout all eak 1 arts, or we forfeit 85 This belt has an Improved Electric Suspensory which is the greatest boon ever given and we warrant it to cure anv of the above weaknesses and to enlarge Shrunken Limbs or Parti or Me Refunded. They are graded in strength to meet all stages of weakness in young, middle-aced 01 men/aud will rare'the worst cases in two to three months. Lsrjs IllaitraUd Pamphlet. Sailed 7111, 3, a a A —tt SABDEH ELECTRIC CO.. SKUNEB BLOCK. DOVER, CO Notice to Whom it Mat iotch* : March *Kh. I*®l. The herd of cattle known u the "K. l . CV brand, recent 1)' purchased from tiie first tioual Hank of Lamar, Colo., by several diffarsut parties, is controlled by th* under*tamed, who ha* placed Mr. J. C. tibemaa, of Oranada. t ok*-. in charge of them, who alone t» authorized to care for aaid cattle or other property included in aaid purchase or make any contract* touch ing same. fi. M. Baoaiva. TRUSTEE S SALE WnUAi, John H. Boeae and Linie Boeae. ••t ' the county of Prower*. and State of Colorado. ! by their certain deed of trust bearing ilate the Ist day of December, A. D. IVB. and duly reeos j ded in the office of the clerk and recorder of ■ Prower* ooonty in the State of Colorado, on the . 16th day of I>ecember. A. D. in book 3 at pane 3 of the record* of said county, did more j to Prank P. Allen, as trustee, and in the event j of the happening of any one of the contingencies , hereinafter mentioned to the un<ler»ign<-d " - 1 McCnrry. Acting Sheriff of Prower* county. *• | ■urcMuxir in trust, the following d**«ib*a reel! estate situated in said Prower* county, to-wil : , The southeast quarter! ** • of Sect too numbered . twenty-fivei3S» in Township numhered twenty two<_) south of Rage numbered forty-three*4J> ! »mt of the 6th Principal Meridian, which said : conveyance was made in trust to secure to the order of Frank P. .Vilen the payment of .««■ promissory note of even dste therewith for U*e principal sum of Four Unndred and Ninety »cvcn and thirty-five one hundredths Dollar*. .?Zi payable six months after the date there of with interest thereon from date at tha rate of flfteeo(l3l per cent, per annum: and Whereas, in and by said trust «leed it i» provided , among other thing* that in rase of default .n tl.e ; payment of said note or the interest thereon ac- ( cord in* to it* tenor and clTect, then on the ap plication of the legal holder of said note, the said trustee, or the said successor in trust shall i sell and dispose of said premise* and all the i right, title, benefit and equity of redemptnm of | the said John H. lioese and Lizzie Boese. the : heir* and their assign* tlieretn. at public aoc- . tion at tiie the front iloor of the Poat Office in the town of Lamar, in tlx? county and Stale '■ aforesaid, four week notice hariny previous!) been given of the ume and place of such sale h> advertisement in any paper at that time pub lished in said county, and Whereas, said deed of trust provides that incase of Jeatb. resignation, removal oralwenee.either temporary or permanent, from tin- State of Col- , • iriao. or refusal or failure or inability of *aul trustee to act. then the then Acting Mieriff of Prowerm county. Colorado, is apt*>inted an made successor in trust, and said property sha'l Iwcnmc vested in him. as trustee, the same U> all intents and purpose* a» if lie had be>-n i..a<U trustce when said deed of trust was executed, and Whereas, the aaid Frank P. Allen has removed and is absent from the State of t'olorado. and is unable to act; and Whereas, the said John H. Buss* and I.ixxie Boese have made default in the j*aym«-nt of said note and the intereat thereon and such default ► till continue*: Now TNKkKrukr., at the request of the h-sal holder of said note and by virtue of the authority in me Te»t*d by the term* of said deed of trust. I. tiie undersigned. W. C. McCurry. Artinr Sher iff of Prowers county. »opc«*sor in trust will on ] Tuesday, the Fifth day of May. I'9l. at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at the front door of the Povt Office in the town of ! Lamar. Prowers county. Colorado, sell and dis- \ (Kj*r of all said proper!y in said deed of trust mentioned, or so much thereof a* may be neevw- ; ►ary. and all the right. title, benefit and cjuitj •»f redemption of the said John 11. Boese and Lizzie Boeee. tbeir heir* anil aseuro* therein for- , ever, at public auction for the highest and best price the same will bring in ea»h for the purpose | •«f paying said note, the interest thereou and all j expense# of executing this trust. W. <\ McCcaav. Acting Sheriff of Prower* County. 1 Do You Want to Save —FROM fiO TO BO PER O EJNT ON Every Dollar You Spend? If so, write for our Illustrated Catalogue, containing illustrations and prices of ev erything manufactured in the United States, at manufacturers’ prices. 10,000 Illustrations, all lines represented. Cat alcx.ck mailed free on application. Address, Chicago General. Supply Co., No. 178 West Van Huron St., Chicago, 111. BUTLER & TRAXLER, A.TTOR NBY3-AT-L.AW ▲ll Buslne** Will Receive Careful Attention. 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