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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
VOLUME VIII. A. T. & 8. F. Tmm Ca«o Daily Lamar. <ol«ra<io. Dally. W*«t BooVD. East Hot kd. Sa> I 1 »a. m. No. 2 u is «. m . 3 S 10 a- m. | No. « IUSp. m. j 2 00 a. m. 1 So. * I 40 a. m. 7 « t•p. m. No. 8 8 SS a. nt. No. 48-Fr*t 1 * p.m. j No. UTrti » IS a. m. J »ad t ar* through train*. W. R. Cadk. Af*nt. Po*tofflc© Time Card. OMUAL DBLITKI! «m. Monday to Saturday 'a. n.tolp.ni. Sandal 11 Ui II a m. and tUi'p.m. •ritpt LK or MAiLa. Forth* Sooth t a. a. frota lit* Sooth ’ p. m. rn>« W«t 2.11 and H> :t Ja. m. Fnxa tb# Boat J :I1 a. m. and S :17 |». m. three-minute talks »*£•«£ ABOUT t».i~u.4.l- NEW MEXICO. r h~. farma. mian* and town* of Sn S um. ; rr*at»of fruit raiatna arr forth in *«■ It.I tl*o fart* to • ti-**;*. rattle and (»»■ •nj famine N<» *»U»ar f»unt n iummim *urh t h»>’«i4*cllaati> ill <K» i«ar round Wni* ,a . T N*r«oM»». CL P.tT. A .A. T. 4 8. F. L R.. Tvfaka. ka*.. for Jna oipj. DR. I. S. BRYANT. DENTIST, will visit I.atnar Fob. 21 am! remain four day*. DR. «T S. HA.STTT. -OBWr- Three Doors South of Post Office, uaMae. • • OOLOKADO. C. V\ BEDELL, Phrsician and Surgeon. OCm «i»Uir« bmuoH door amth uf tb* Fir*» Satkaul Hank. l-Aoaa- C'ocamlaimx | JOHN W. KRIOER. attormby at law, lIOSCMD BIAMK. LAMAR - - COLORADO. W. J. JOHNSTON. I WILL HAVE THE BEST STOCK OF SHOES Ever Shown In the WEST for MY NEW STORE. W. J.’JOHNSTON. LAMAR. PROWERS COUNTY. COLORADO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1894. SECRET SOCIETIES. Tstiei, Jfflsgj: 3ta cs £;r J. B. Thiub. s«. PB ' L ' , ' r “- W M WOODMEN OF THE WORLD La» Hrfc t and ttnnl Frtdaa iu aaerr Si™ ''" * ■‘• l i hb ST* ara ./»■(. .at A. Van Daa.aa. ,Wk >o*LM-.V.C. y„j r '“'' Su.Mmaalauntlia ST S, ' *tf, >““»«* TEaraua; in nmutli , t 2JL!?’ *“ eonridM are> invited to cmr inu> •ojru'i Jn* *??*?!'* Hn inn'nnra maat. “ h*H ?p. a,. „n U,e aa«l Mm * fourth Thursday of each month. Ectt La. t*c ***“* Wmbbt - Prr *' _JPj* H" 4 ! 1 F,B ? I>r.r«BTWKXT mrft» at the omr*« of Ui»t»nu hiW I‘armentrr on the flr»t 1 UMday in each month at « p. m . . Faiu>S» umidt. Chief ■*«>■». Liwluh, See. O. M. A. .U.in*Dn Rkai.m No. W meet* ■***»> at A p. m. ViMtinn me in bora cordially invited u» attend. -GRANADA SOt'IETIES. A. F. A A. M-—Gbaxada Lodub No. *! meet* Satuarday nfehta '*n ..r before each full m.a.u ana two seek* thereafter. _ . M „ D. W. Koaixaox, W. M. C. L Mr Phmuox. Sec >. 1.0. O. F (iimoA Lodob No. 7* meet* ev ery Saturday n.*ht. R.J. k<«>MCE, N.G. 1 avsa Mil.*' t«i, vc'j. . °* V R jr* u ‘' Tt » B Font No. «7 meet* on the l*t an t V I r,o *.iay* <>f each month at the Mh •onic hall. All cummlr* Invited p, attend. _. M. f. Dirat.vnox, Com. „ I) W. Romtaow. Adj. CHURCHES. M. R. i mwn at Ltmt Smicwi held u l‘rwlnM(.»#rt Sunday at II am. and ■* P- m. Sunday Sei*»..l at V :iS a. m. B*v. J. D. lianas. Paator. r««**TlA* CttrarM AT Lamab Sunday School '•*'*n r Sunday at ».:ti a. m. Social omtUuk and Bit*> readina at 10 :ii a. in. Mu Vit t.Kt M\Pti-*rnimL At May Valley . Scli«>*4 fl>•!.«*. at 3o'clock |». m. Ettry one d tally laiilal to attend. *i«»*«D* ScMOAT-acHOOL Meet* at the M. K. Cboreh In Granada n*n Sunday at Z uW o’clock p. n. Ettrybody invited to attend. ,8". $25 12" $5O 16" $lOO AERMOTORS ALL STEEL / GALVANIZED PUMPING OR GEARED SAME PRICE' For the benefit of the public, the Aermotor Company ilwUn* a dividend and makes the above prior* ms W W a means of dis tributing U. These prices trill be cob- tinned only nntll If ■urplus ure *tif fl deftly woriuMl profit on a very treat number has iivru the Aer- motor Company 4 acre* of land In the best munufao tunng center of Ml Chicago, a tin many, very many, acre* Fie of floor space aud the heat eoul p- meat of machinery, lor the purpose, Mlm In existence. The Aermotor Co. aUI feels, in this crown- Inc Columbian year, that it can afford to be generous. We will shin rrom Chicago to any ooe anywhere at the above prices. THE AERMOTOR COMPANY, 12th aak Rockwall StA.. CHICAGO tMMMMBjgJi OWO In lima f-ild by droops'*. 15l COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. The Reoihtbb would like to haT« a corre*- |M>i>deut in every community in the county. I’leaee send communications regularly. They must be in the otlice by Thursday morniuK to usure publication. Horse Creek Happenings. Oliver Royal visited his family last ■ week. Mrs. Royal has been very poorly lately. Ernest Conley is suffering with an attack of grip. Mrs. Conley has been suffering with a severe cold but is some better. E. E. Vincent is again on the creek after a two week's sojourn ut Para dox. About 5 inches of snow fell on the night of the ‘2nd. It drifted consid erably. We have had less than our usual quantity of snow this winter, but it has been quite cold. Cal Aruey and wife and Mrs. Nan nie Smith, of Towner, visited at M. M. Brown’s this week. i* Ellery E. Vincent ami Miss Mi neiva Reynolds went to Syracuse the first of February and returned one. The “goodies” were served at the 'Squire's. All unite in wishing the happy couple a long and properous future. f We notice that hawks are included in the game that is counted in the hunts. The large, brown backed, light breasted hawk, so common in our county, should be spared as he is a great destroyer of grasshoppers and jack rabbits. He may occasion ally kill a bird but it is rare, he being too awkward. Itemizer. Granada Items. Several inches of snow fell in Gra nada last Friday and Saturday. It was a good snow for the farmers. E. F. Seeberger started for Ne braska Sunday to assume the duties of his new position. His family will remain in Granada for awhile. VT. M. Phillips has filed a home stead on a piece of land north of the river known as the Knox claim. It is one of the l»est claims under the Amity ditch. Rev. J. D. Droke will deliver his l«-ctnre on "The Old South” in the M. E. Church Saturday night and will preach in the same church on Sunday forenoon. f On Wednesday of this week our 1 community was saddened by the loss of one of our oldest and best citizens Mr. O. A. Wilcox, proprietor of the Hotel Brunswich. After an illness of but a few days duration caused by an attack of pneumonia, Mr. Wilcox passed away Wednesday afternoon. He was born at Crown Point, New NUMBER 36. York, April 26, 1829. At the death of hie parents when 14 years old ho went to Awesbury, Massachusetts, to live with his sister. It was there | that he married, on October 7, his wife who now survives hingy For some years deceased was engaged in the hotel business first at Andover and then at Marblehead. After en gaging in the stationery business for a short time in Cambridgport and a brief residence in Stoneham, Mr. Wilcox finally settled in Ashland, Massachusetts, where he conducted a prosperous hotel business for 17 years, until his property was swept away by the failure of a Boston bank. It was then that deceased determined to try his fortunes in the west. First locating in Barton county, Kansas, he went to Topeka in 1880, and re mained there until he came to Gra nada in 1887, and locuted a home stead on Wolf creek alxmt four miles from Grauada, where he resided un til a short time ago when he took possession of the Brunswick hotel. During nearly 7 years residence in this vicinity Mr. Wilcox has been universally respected and esteemed. As a citizens, a Mason, and in his family relations Mr. Wilcox was a good man. He leaves a wife, a son und five grandchildren to mourn his loss, all of whom have the warmest j sympathy of those among whom they I have lived for some years. Deceased j was a Mason of many years standing and was a member of Grauada lodge. His funeral will be conducted to-day (Friday) under Masonic auspices, the religious services by Rev. N. H. Gale. Ariel. The Globe-Democrat Free. Any reader of this paper can get The St. Louts Globe-Democrat free. Read the offer, on another page, and take advantage of it at once. The Weekly Globe-Democrat is now is sued in Semi-Weekly sections, eight pages each Tuesday and Friday, six teen pages every week, making it practically a Semi-Weekly paper, yet the price remains only one dollar a year. In politics, it is strictly Re publican, but it gives all the news, and is absolutely indispensible to the fanner, merchant, or professional man who has not the time to read a large daily paper, and yet desires to keep promptly and thoroughly post ed. Snmple copies will be sent free on application to Globe Printing Co., St. Louis, Mo. NOTICE. WOTICE i» hereby given that the following -11 ileseribed tract* of public lauds, to-wit: Lot Seven [7l Section Nineteen [l9l and Lot Four [4l Section Twenty [2Ol, Township 22 South. Range hi West, will be offered at public rale to the highest bidder for cash at the United State* Land Office in Lamar, Colorado, on tho 19th day of March, A. D. IW4. at 10 o'clock A. 31. pursnant to Section WM, Revised Statutes of tho United States. C. D. Ford, Register, feblO-marlT C. C. Goodale, Receiver.