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lIHE LAMAR REGISTER.
■ PUBLISHRD EVERY SATURDAY lIOKB JS IOIUULL. B| flwm mm Kim: |H 0a» Ybat tt 50 ■ tut DMttto 75 ■ Thm- 50 ■ I.iUAR, Colorado. Aran, H, 18»4^, | _A.Toetra.ots. I The only set of Numeri ■ ~// Abstracts of the Rec ■ ords of Prowers county. I Abstracts to Farm and I City Property furnished ■ )n shortest notice. H Terms Reasonable. I Address ' ■ PROWERS CO. ABSTRACT Co. H Lamar, Colo. LOCALS. Most of the district school* have closed. It will hood be time to revive the 1 fishing club. Host line of new shoes in the mar- ; k«*t at Irwin’*. A H. (). Mainline rttormd from Illi ijois this week. -rC. L. McPherson was ap from noil)' this week. The ceiling of theChristain church is N<ing lathed and plastemL The First National I lank ha traded for the residence of A. K. Bent The proceeds of the public school ; exhibition will be devoted to the school library. Mr. Conwell expects his building will be ready for occupancy about* the first of May. I*he county *ch«*>l directors as - oiation is in seasiou to-day with a good attendance. Ulnae* confined Dr. Hasty to hi boose several days this week. He is now abont again. IL C. Rogers, an attorney from As pen this state, is visiting his siste** Mrs. C. R Thomau. Mm. J. W. Kriger is at La Veta. Sh«* was called there by the danger ous dint*** of her father. Dr. Morse. McClure is doing good work on the court house yard. The new wiudoiill will probably arrive next week. On Thursday Mayor Vanorsdale received some very fine apple tree from the nursery of Mr. Crowley, of Kooky Feed. Sixty-one hundredths of an inch of rain fell yesterday and last mght. It will do an incalculable amount of good. Misses Addie Cropaey and Leta Smith, friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Parrish, left Lamar for Huerfano county this state Thursday morning. Miss Smith hns been attending school here, and Miss Cropsey has been making a short visit. Don't forget the band boy*. at the hose house oH April, 2a. The next meeting of the reading clnb will be held at the residence of • C. Ooodale. The subject for dis cussion will be "U a i n ” Judge Nowels, the new receiver of the land office, came up from Spring fi‘‘M W **lnesday evening. He en temi upon the discharge of hie duties Friday morning. D. McIntosh this week shipped J000 sheep to Kansas City. They were consigned to C. J. Boo’th. They brought a good price. Mr. Mcintosh has been feeding them at Manvel. j Following a good old custom in ’ augerated by himself tive years ago Mayor \ anorsdale on Monday even mg gave a supper to the city officials <>ld and new, at the Lamar House. There is* considerable demand for Iri-h jxitatoes for seed. The acreage will l>e larger this season than ever l>efore. It has been shown that they ! <*an be grown successfully and profit ably in the valley. L/ Sunday evening at Granada, Miss Minnie Phillips and Loren Pilloud were unit.si in marriage by the Uev. X. H. Gale. Both bride ami groom are well known and pop ular residents of Lamar. The Lamar Constellation Club is a recent dramatic organization made ; up from the young ladies of the public school. A few nights since at a private residence they gave “The Gallant Garroter,” It was a very creditable (terformance ami greatly enjoyed by those fortunate enough to be present. Hon. C. C. Goodale retired this week from the office of receiver of the land office hero, a position he has tilled for the past four Years with credit to himself and to the de triment. He will resume the prac tice of law and will have his office in the west end of the First National Bank building. -w On Thursday afternoon the Rev. J. D. Droke uuited in marriage Miss Luella Morehouse and M. Strain Esq. The ceremony occurod at the resi dence of the brides parents and was witnessed by a number of immediate frieuds in additiou to relatives of the contracting [>arties. The bride and groom left for the west on the 6:30 train and will spend the honeymoon in California. The couple are among the best known aud popular of La mar's residents. The following petit jurors have t>een drawn for the term of the dis trict court which opens on Tuesday next: J. R- Gordon, John Luke, J. H. Means, F. \V. Davis, J. T. Hes ter, W. P. Heaton, G. W. Fuget, T. L Denny, Stephen Brown, A. N. Par rish, Peter Huffman, R. W. Millin ger, J. B. Mayne, R. I. Gleason, B. IL Hodges, J. T. Farmer, James Baird, C. F. Hogue, J. W. Ball, C. Maxwell, Ira Fish, \Y m. McKinzie and W. J. Garvin. bank will pat oat trees along its property on east side of llaio street Trees hare also been pat oat in front of the new briok blocks. This is good work. Shade trees should be growing along the busi ness streets, as well as residence por tion of the town. The members of Lamar Lodge A. F. and A. M. were the receipentsof a pleasant surprise Saturday evening. About op. m. just as the members were getting ready to go home about 30 ladies tiled into the room. They brought with them a bountiful lunch and a merry evening was passed. Notice to Stockmen. At a meeting of the Round-up Commissioners of Dist. 1 the spring round-up for 1894 was arranged to commence on June Ist, and all par- I ties are warned against commencing work on the range before that date, j Signed: J. Scott Robertson, Luke Cahill, W. W. Johnston, Com. YOU WILL SOON Want to Plant Fruit Trees. A general assortment of first-class Trees of all kinds, as well as Vines, Roses ami Shrubbery, grown by the Kansas Home Nursery of Lawrence, can be had for spring planting at hard time prices, by giving your or der to J. 0. STREAM, Agent. Order Early. W. J. JOHNSTON. I WILL HAVE THE BEST STOCK OF SHOES Ever Shown In the WEST for MY NEW STORE. W. J/JOHNSTON. THE LARGEST STOCK in Eastern Colorado of Groceries, Queensware, Feed, John Deere Plows, Moline Wagons & Buggies, Dain Stackers & Hakes, Deering Binders & Mowers, Garden & Field Seeds. HUDDLESTON * SILVER, LAMAR, COLO. There will be no Sunday school or Bible reading at the Christain church next Sunday on aooonnt of the plas tering not being done. Mrs. D. £. Coopeb, Snpt. TRUSTEE’S SALE. WTHEREAS, Stuart O. Henry of the County " of Arapahoe and State of Colora-10, did by bin certain deed of trust dated the first day of May. A. D. I*9o, which ia duly recorded in book a) at page 2g 0 f the records of Prowers county, convey to The Kansas Loan and Trust Company, trustee, the following described prop erty situate, lying and being in the county of Prowers and State of Colorado, viz: Lots one, two and south half of the northra t quarter section four in towshhip twenty two south of range forty-six west, of the sixth principal meridian, containing 100 acre* more or less according to United States Government survey, together with all water rights including one and one-half full paid per petual water rights for 120 acres derived from the Arkansas River Land. Reservoir and Canal Company, to secure the payment of the note of the said Stuart O. Henry dated the first day of May, IMU, for tho sum of Sixteen HundredfflflCO) Dollars, payable to the order of E. M. Sheldon as in said trust deed described ; and Whereas, said deed of trust provides among other things, that in case of default in the pay meat of either principal or interest or ary part, thereof, according to the tenor and effect of said note and interest coupons thereto attached or any of them, then the whole of said indebt edness roa# become due ami payable at the op tion of the legal owner and holder of said note, and on application tho said trustee shall soil and dispose of all the right, titl<\ benefit and equity of redemption of the said Stnnrt O: Henry Ins heirs ami assigns therein, at public auction in the manner in said trust deed provided, to gether with the cost of executing this trust :and Whereas, default has been made in ti e pay ment of the interest coupons dne May first. 1893. and November first. I£9B, and the same are past •hie and unpuid. ami the legal holder of said note lias declared the whole amount due' and payable; and Whereas, said trust deed provides that in ra-o The Kansas Loan and Trust Company shall re fuse to act as such trustee, the legal holder of said note may appoint and substitute ary other |x>rson as trustee to act, and as such successor I may proceed to sell the property, or any part thereof at public auction at the north coor of the Court House in the City of Denver, County of Arapahoe and State of Colorado, fer cash tirst giving thirty days public notico of the time terms and place of sale, as provided in said trust deed; and Whereas, The Kansas Loan ami Trust Compa ny has refused to act as such trustee ami the legal holder and owner of said note has aj» pointed Henry J. Page as successor in trust. Now Therefore. I. Henry J. Page successor in trust, at the request of the legal holder of said note and by virtue of the power ami authority in me vested by the terms of said trust deed ns successor in trust will, on Thursday, the Tenth day of May, 1894, at the north door (being tho Tremont street entrance) of the court house in the City of Denver, County of Arapahoe and State of Colorado, at ten o clock in the forenoon of said day. sell the above described real estate and above mentioned water rights and nil of the right, title, benefit and equity of redemption of the said Stuart O. Henry, bis heirs ami as signs. at public nuction for the highest and best price the same will briug in cash, for the pur pose of paying the above mentioned indebted edneaa and all costs and attorney fees as pro vided in said deed of trust. HENRY J. PAGE, Cram. H. Brjeri.t, Atty. Successor in trust. 43-17 Good Block. Denver. CMNtMi, Lin, PwttTj ud Rabbit Fusing. novum or miles n use. catalogue FREE. FREIGHT PAIR. 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