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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
Entered at the PmtUiißce at Lamar. Colorado, a* Stfcop«l-cla»a Mail Matter. Granada Items. A. B. Stewart is working on Gra nada creek this week. \V. H. Hale will try spring wheat under the Auiity ditch. Thomas Ciradou late of the X\ much has moved bis family to Gra nada. \V. A. Kabb has moved into tne house lately vacated by hi T. See berger. J. Scott Robertson has been ap pointed Justice of the Peace, and Frank Tate Constable in Granada precinct. Farmers are busy this week all arena.l Gratia li. Hie plow )-* ni?>v ing every where in detrance of Foster .** weather predictions. The P. C. L. aud L Co. have oared right of way for a lateral through the streets of Granada for the purpose of watering the Doak place. Will Brumfield and John Stark were at the- conoty seal tt i - week Mr. Brumfield filed a homestead oh a fine piece of ground under the Am ity ditch north of the river. D. Barton, after a pleasant vis it with his mother and sisters in Ire land has returned to the XV ranch. He was 17 days altogether on the ocean. The .of his 3 months vacation was devoted to his relative?* on the Kmeridd Mr. Barton requests us to say that he did'nt ki-> the blarney stone so his young lady friends need not be nfruid of him. Ariel. ! : j j ' | Notice to School Directors. The school directors of the several districts of Prowers county are here by requested to meet at the Court House in Lamar, Colorado, on Saiur day the 17th day of March. 1894, at 10 o'clock a ui.. for the purpose of orgauiziug a County School Direc tors Association. The objects of said association being to discuss and fur ther the educational interests of the county. It is hoped that each and every district will be represented at that meeting. G. T. Feast, Co. Snpt. Lamar. Colo.. March 7. 1894. The Globe-Democrat Free. Any rentier of this paper can get The St. Loris Globe-Democrat free. Read the offer, on another page, and take advantage of it at once. 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