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THE LAMAB REGISTER.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY n— FORD M MBRRXLILu ScMCiirno* Kat*s: One Vf»r *1 50 8«* Mouths 75 Thr»* M oaths w Liras, Colorado, Ssptsrbss 15,1894 , Abstracts. The only set of Numeri cal Abstracts of the Rec ords of Prowers county. Abstracts to Farm and City Property furnished on shortest notice. Terms Reasonable. Address PROWERS CO. ABSTRACT Co. Lamar, Colo. LOCALS. Congressional Conventions. Th*» republican. convention of th*« first congressional district met at Boulder on T<n«—day and nominated • Hon. John F. Shafrotb, of Den Ter. J The second district convent ion mH at Pueblo yestorday and nominated | ex Senator Tom Bowen by acclama tion. He is the beet known and mosi jtopular man in and will easily defeat Hell. New fall goods at Johnston’s. Huy groceries of F. E. Irwin. See the new good* at Johnston’s. ML Priddy was in town the first of the week. J Mrs. Irwin has just received a new line of millinery. Ladies patent tip all solid shoe at Johnston’s for SL35. A number of stockmen are here looking for feed for the winter. Referee Bam bright was down from Las Animas Tuesday bolding court. Several weddings are announced to take place in Lamar in the next • two weeks. Allen Thompson, the Plain creek ! deep ranchman, was in town the fiist of the week. Dr. C. Grigsby, of Barber county. Kansas, is visiting his sister Mrs. E G. Henkins. I - N. Taylor, one of the prosperous [ farmers at Zuck, was a Lamar visitor on Thur* Sy. Y+ O. G. Hmr came down from Pn I eblo on Tuesday to attend the hear I iug of water priorities. L E. T. Lee is spending his vacation I at Colorado Springs- He took in the I big republican convention at Denver. I Mrs. J. D. Martin, Mrs. M. J. Un- I derwood and Mrs. Eliza Wright at I tended the republican convention at I Pueblo yesterday. I Mvhbif.d On last Friday at Rocky 1 I Ford, C. D. Baldwin and Mrs. Myrtle ■ Barton. They came down Saturday ■ night to their home in Lamar. The, ■KkoisTEH extends congratulations. C. C. Good ale and B. B. Brown at tended the republican conventions at Denver and Pueblo this week. The flood stopped work on the al ready much delayed bridge contract. The ferry boat was again pressed in to service. S Cool id ge k Young, of Colorado Springs have purchased the Jack Ford place on Clay Creek and wi 1 start a sheep ranch there. The Women's Belief Corps will serve dinner in the hose house on ; election day. Everybody invited. E. E. Lee. Secy. ■ Chester Young, of Plum creek, was taken to Colorado Springs last Sun day. He was very low with the fever. H>s many friends here hope to hear of his speedy recovery. Died Near Grnuada September 5, 1891, Bessie Mildred, only child of Mr. an»l Mrs. Charles Myers, aged I 3 years. The funeral services were conducted by Kev. N. H. Gale, of Grauada. y It must have been a soul inspiring sight to see Judge Doughty Ed Stew aril. Geo. Watson, Will Cooper, Will Merrill and Frank Kellogg occupying front seats at the Springfield Sunday ■ school convention. It must have had a serious effect on them, for on their return they sought the seclusion of their closets, and after many hours appeared on the streets with ccunte nances which showed that “anxious cares the pensive statesmen op preeeed.** / Dr. aud Mrs. E. M. Manning are in the city to-day, being greeted by their many friends. They have been upending a week or so at Quitman. They will go to St. Joseph this morn ing or tomorrow, and after remaining there till some time next week, will then return to their Colorado home. The doctor is as strong a republican as over, but he says if it were a choice between being a democrat and a Col orado populist, he would be the lor mer too quick.— Maryville (Mo.) Daily Democrat. Lamar School Notes. Visitors—Mrs. Lasswell. Fifteen new members joined this week making the total enrollment 129. Next week a full list of scholars giving grade etc., will be ready for publication. A number of books were received for the school library from the bu i reaa of education at Washington. Card. : We take this opportunity to return our heartfelt thanks to our friends, who so kindly extended to us their sympathy and services in this hour of our great bereavement, in the sick ness and decease of our beloved Bes ' sie Mildred Not only would we re i member most gratefully onr immedi ate neighbors, but also those who met ns at the burial service near Lamar | and mingled their tears with ours. Mb. aud Mbs. Cuables Myebs. The heavy rains last Sunday night caused floods in the Ark .-<*»« river and all its tributaries 1 i.e damage from washouts wa-* considerable. The Santa Fe railroad was tied up for several days by the loss <>f tressels at Caddoa. CONSUMPTION »0 PROSOLXCKD ,&L By the Physicians /y’M '. /j SEVERE JlWcouch At m* h * Spitting Blood Given Over by the Doctors! LIFE SAVED BY AYER’S CHERRY PECTORAL “Seven years ago, my wife had a sevrre attack of lung trouble which o the physicians pronounced consumption. O The cough wa* extremely distressing. especially at night, and was frequently o attended with the spitting of blood. © The doctors being unable to help her. I induced her to try Ayer's Cherry Pec- o torsi, and was surprised at the great © relief it gave. Before using one whole 0 bottle, she was cured., so that now she Is o quite strong and healthy. That this ® medicine saved my wife’s life, I have not q the least doubt.’’ -K. Morris, Mem- o phis. Term. ® Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral | Received Highest Awards © AT THI WORLD’S FAIR* oooooooyr^oooooooooftaa THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS TO NEW ORLEANS VIA THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND. Recognizing the demand for better train service to Texas, New Orleans and the Southeast, Tux Gbxat Rock Island Route is now running daily from Denver, Colorado Springs and Pneblo, a through Pullman Sleeper to New Orleans via Ft. Worth and Texas &, Pacific Ry. This desirable depart ure will serve to give passengers bound for New Orleans and interme diate points all advantages derived from the removal of the disagreeable features of changing cars, and by quick connection at Ft. Worth obvia ting tedious waits at junction points. The cars are the latest ’ pattern, are lighted by the Pintsch gal system, and combine all the luxurious essen tial features necessary to the travel er’s comfort. Leave Denver 8:10 p. in., Pneblo 6:55 p. m., Colorado Springs 8:15 p. m., arriving at New Orleans at 6:50 a. m. on third morn ing, two hoars quicker than by any THE LARGEST STOCK in Eastern Colorado of Groceries, Queensware, Feed, John Deere Plows, Moline Wagons & Buggies, Dain Stackers & Rakes, Deering Binders & Mowers, Garden & Field Seeds. HUDDLESTON * SILVER, LAMAR, COLO.' other route. This through service should be popular as it is only two days out and makes good connections at New Orleans for all Southeast, Gulf and Atlantic points. Berths may be reserved in advance and full particu lars will be cheerfully given by W. H. Fibth, G. A. C., R. I. & P. R'y, Denver, Colo. TRUSTEE S SALE. WHEREAS. Elwyn M. Slater and Zilpha M. Slater, hi- wife, did by their certain deed of trust-dated November 19th, A. D. 1889, and re corded on November 23rd. A. D. 18*9. in book 7 at page 33 of the records in the office of the clerk and recorder of Prowers county m the state of Colorado, convey to Frank K. Atkins as trustee, and in case of liis death, resignation, failure or refusal to act. then to the undersigned, acting sheriff of Prowers county, state of Colorado, as successor in trust, the following described prop erty. situate iu said Prowers county, Colorado, to-wit: The northeast quarter [k] of Section numbered ten flO], in TownshipnuniS-eredtwen ty-two |&ij south, of Range numbered forty-six [4B], west of the sixth principal meridian, ex cept the west one-half [4l of the southwest quarter [k] of said northeast quarter [k] of said Section ten (10}: also a full paid perpetual water right for two and eighty-eight one-hun dredths I2.SH] cubic feet of water per second of time in the Arkansas River Land, Reservoir and Canal Company's ditch, being tho water right to said land, which said conveyance was made in trust to secure to the order of the Lombard Investment Company the payment of the said Elwyn M. and Zilpha M. Slater's one prom issory note [said note being also signed by The Arkansas River Land. Reservoir and Canal Company] of even date with said deed of trust for the principal sum of fifteen hundred [flsool dollars duo and payable December Ist. A. D. 1)94. with interest thereon from the date there of until maturity at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually, on the first days of June anil December of each year as evidenced by interest coupon notes attached to said prin cipal note and of even date therewith, and with interest on said principal note after maturity at the rate of ten per cent per annum, payable semi-annually: and Whereas, said deed of trust provides that in case of default in the payment of said note, or any part thereof, or in case default be made in the payment of interest on said note according to the tenor and effect thereof, and such default continue for a period of thirty days, then at the option of the legal holder of said note, the whole of said indebtedness may at once become doe and payable, and the trustee shall, upon the application of the legal bolder of said note, sell and dispose of the above described property, at public auction, in the manner in said deed of trust described (reference to which is hereby made for greater certainty), for the purpose or paying said principal note and all interest duo thereon up to the time of sale, together with the costs of executing this trust: ana Whereas, dofault has been made in the pay ment of the interest due on said note Jure Ist, IMS, and default has also been made in the pay ment of interest due on said note December Ist, 1)93, and snch defaults have continued for more than thirty days, and still continne. and by rea son thereof the present legal bolder and owner of said note has exercised his option and de clared the whole of said indebtedness due and payable, and has requested the trustee to mako sale of said premises for the pnrpotes afore said ; and Whereas, said Frank K. Atkins has resigned as snch trustee, and refuses to act as such, whereby the undersigned. J. Q. Hagerman, act ing sheriff of Prowers county, Colorado, has be come and is successor in trust; Now Tbebefobe, Notice is hereby given that I, thwundersigned J. Q. Hagerman, acting sher iff of Prowers county, Colorado, successor in trust as aforesaid, at the request of the present legal holder and own of said note, and nnder and by virtue of the power and authority in mo vested by the terms of said deed of trnst will on Wednesday, the 17th day of October. A. D. IH*4, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the fore noon of said day sell the above described property and all the right, title, benefit and equity of redemption of the said fc.l - M. Slater and Zilpha M. Slater, their heirs and assigns therein, at public auction for the highest and best price the same will bring in cash, at the front door of the court lioose, in the town of Lamar, in the county of Prowers and state of Colorado, for the purpose oft aymg said principal note, all interest due thereon np to the time of sale and all costs and expenses of executing this trust. .... Dated Lamar, Colo., September 15th, 1894. J. Q. Hacks man. Acting Sheriff of Prowers county, Colorado, Suc cessor in Trust and new Trustee.