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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
Ra ered at the P«*U>fflre at Lamar. Colorado, aa Second-claa* Mail Matter. It’s President McKinley now. Thursday was a great day for your Uncle Samuel. The foreigu nation that prods Un cle Sam now will find the old man very much alive. Among the good thiugs that hap pened to this country on Thursday the retirement to piivate life of ex-Senator Dubois was not the least The Denver Republican has at last mustered up honesty enough to ad mit that the country will enjoy pros perity under McKinley’s administra tion. It will thus appear a little less ridiculous than the other Denver papers in a few mouths. old soldiers’ petition for the le moval of the soldiers* home from Monte Vista to Fort Lyon is at D. E. Cooper's office and will be sent off on this evening’s mail. All old vet erans Bhould sign it, as it has the unanimous approval of their breth ren at the home. During the campaign last fall when a silverite was cohered on every other pclnt, he would make the as sertion that we can’t compete with Japan unleta we adopt the silver standard. Japan has now admitted * that she cannot hope to comp> te with na except on a gold basis. This is a fact which smashes assertions and makes them ridiculous. Japan has announced her change from a silver to a gold standard. Our readers will remember that dur ing the last campaign the Register printed at the bead of its oolnmns a list showing the gold standard and silver standard countries, and Japan was the only half way civilized nation on a silver basis. This change is a sad blow to silveritee because it leaves their hobby as the cans** of barbarism. The Be t Pavs. The Chieftain is rejoiced to see an elegantly printed catalogue from Davis & McDaniel, of Nepeeta, beiug distributed, describing their - regis tered Jersey cattle, and is more than willing to give them this free puff for the sake ef assisting in inducing the farmers ot the Arkansas valley to improve the quality of their life stock. The same amount of alfalfa and corn devoured by a cheap, unsalable, wild and unprofitable animal will support one of these beautiful Jerseys, which will give its weight in rich milk in a little time, and is gentle, attractive, profitable and always commands a high price. A fine blooded sheep eats no more fodder than a scrawny, tough and short-wooled sheep. In this ar.d country especially, where everything on a farm demands unremitting attention and care, the best profit is to be expected from the best trees, the best vegetables, the best small-fruits and the best animals. A poor tree is not worth watering and should be cut down. No farm ing of the old slipshot variety yields any satisfactory return. —The Pueblo Chieftain. NOTICE OF SI DEW AUK ASSESSMENT. ! To Whom it mat Comcbkk a*i» to tmb Ov*n» or this Kolwwiko Dc»cbi*ki> Lot oa Lot* in the To** or Lamar. t UtOKAIKE NOTICE U hereby *i%.>n tJut at the re*ular mretui* of tb* RoarJ of Truetres of aaid Town of Lamar, held *u» tlte l»t il«j of March, A. I». 1997. the following amount* were a*»i*mnl ujaiiut tm> lot*, a iWcriplion of which i* M ofipiwita tin rrtn to pay the «x|t>g«# of construct in* aWawalka aloud aaid iota a* provided by the onlinawa of aaid town, to-wit: Gao. T. Herbert. owner of Lot 1. Block S*. Oriimml Town of Lamar W M Unknown own* r of Lot i. Block n, Oriel* nal Town of Lamar I* * Unknown owner of Lot 3. 810.-k 3>. Ori*i nal Town of Lamar . IS 00 Unknown owner of Lot 12. Block 3*. Ord inal Town of Lamar ....... 46 45 Unknown owner of L<t L Block *. Oridi* nal Town of Lamar 14 M That at tbc mb* time and place them «a* Aiwmel a*aiual the follow in* described lota the several amount* act o|ipneite each deacnp t ion of lot no account of the rep* inn* of aide walk* alone •aid lota a* prondel by Ordinance No. 79, t»>-w it: Unknown owner of Lot 12. Block 24. Orie* nal Town of Lamar • S 00 Unknown owner of Lot 7. Hl»?k 31. Ori*i nal Town of Lamar 2 92 Unknown owner of Lot h. Block 31. Ori*i nal Town of Lamar 2 92 Unknown owner of Lot t. Block 21. t>rt*»- nal Town of Lamar 2 92 Unknown uworr of Lot 10, Block *l. Orig inal Town of Lamar 2 92 Unknown owner of Lot 11. Block 31. Ori*- inal Town »f Lamar 2 92 Unknown owner af Lot 2, Block 34. Ori*t nal Town of Umtr 19 Unknown owmet of Lot *, Block M. Origi nal Town of Tamar 2 25 Unknown owner of Lot fi. Block 34. Ori*i ual Town of Lamar 2 25 T. B. DeWeee. Lot «. Block 34. Original Town of Lamar 1 1' Unknown owner of Lot 1. Block 43. Orie** nal Town of Lamar 9 A Unknown owner of Lot 1, Block 49, Origi nal Town of Lamar 9 95 Unknown owner of Lot a. Block 49, Origi nal Town of Lamar... 9 B Unknown owner of Lot 1. Block 47. Orie*- nal Town of Lamar 2 25 Unknown owner of Lot 2. Block 47. Origi nal Town of Lamar 2 35 J. K I>ou«btT. Lot 3, Block 47. On*roal Town of Lamar 2 25 J. K. lkouehty. Lot 4. Block 47. Original Town of Lamar 2 9 J. K. Dooehty. Lot V Bhwk 47. H. A P. Addition to Town «*f Lamar.... 2 25 J. K. Douehty. Lot 9. Block 47. H. A P. Addition to Town of Lamar 2 25 Unknown owner of Lu« 1. Block 49, H. A P. Addition to Town of Lamar 2 25 Unknown owner of Lot 2. Block 4a. H. A P. Addition to Town of Lamar 2 25 Unknown owner of Lot 3. Block 4*. H. A P. Addition to Town id Lamar 2 25 Unknown owner of L*ot 4. Block 4*. 11. A P. Addition to Town of Lamar 2 25 Unknowm owner of Lot S. Block 49. H. A P. Addition to Town «*f Lamar 2 25 Unknown owner of Lot 9. Block 4*. H. A P. Addition to Town of Lamar IB Unknown owner of Lot 1, Block 3d. 11. A P. Addition to Town of Lamar 9 95 Notice ie hereby eiweo that a marline will he held of aaid Board of Trueteea at the office of the Town Clark and Recoiler of aaid town on Monday evenin* at 7Ju o'clock March IS, A. D. 1997. at which time the owner of aaid lot or lot* eo ******ed or hi* atrat may appear and appeal from anch a*ee*ament* and he beard a* to the juetneae and correctness of the amoaaU u* 5591 Dated at lamar, Colorado, thia 2d day of March. A. D. 1997. FRANK J. HOLMES. At teat: C. G. LYNCH. Mayor. (Turk and Recorder. TOWN ELECTION NOTICE. WOTICB i* hereby air an to the qnalifted voter* of the Town of Lamar, i oiorado. that the annual municipal election will be held in aaid town on Tuesday. the Sixth day of April, A. D. I**7. between the boar* of aerru o'clock in the monnnir and *even o'clock in the even in* for the election of a MAYOR and THREE TRUSTEES. The place of hold in* election in Precinct No. One will he at the Town lloee ll<>u*e in aaid Town of Lamar. The place of holdin* election in Precinct No. Two will he at the Uoart Hoaee in aaid Town of Lamar. Dated at Lamar. Colorado, thia lat day of March. A. D. 1H97. PRANK J. HOLMES. Attest: C. G. LYNCH, Mayor. A ual r Clerk and Recorder. M. STRAIN HAS FOR SALE 4 new “Gem” wind mill* at coat. 1 Rood Farm at a Bargain. 12 Brood Sows and 1 Boar. 32 nice Pigs. Will Buy 25 to 40 Shoata of 801 b to 90B) weight. FOR SALE 100 ACHES LAND NEAR THE TOWN OF HOLLY, UNDER THE AMITY CANAL, KNOWN AS SWJ SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP % J , RANGE 42. 20 PER CENT CASH, BALANCE ON LONG TIME, ft PER CENT INTEREST. OWNER IS SICK AND MUST SELL. Addr(*%a, ELLEN ROBERTS, Box 477. Prescott, Arizona Ter. j ASK FOR THE^ -^ "W\ J. JOHNSTON TD. B. COOPER Land Attorney, Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agent. D. C. MARKER HAS A NEW STOCK OF HARDWARE and FURNITURE, TINWARE and HARNEBB UNDERTAKING a Specialty. Call on him at hit New Store. B. B. Bun, Pr»«. A- N. Fuaiia, Vic* I'rr*. \t. C. Govu, C«*hi* The First National Bank Or LAUAR, COLORADO. Capital 850,000 Surplus 54.000 DIRKCTORB B. B. B*om«. T. M. Blown. W. C. Oooa M. D. THATcaim. A. N, Piuuns. DRUOB, PAINTS, OILS I. H. MYERS, 1 STATIONERY AND CIGARS Pmaiftiwi CuthllT CmtouM. nn.n U| .p|« T rnAnmAulo I. LAMAR, I: COLORADO.: 1 jgsn COPPER RIVETED 'BottgmCant^ e.v'Eftv’ guaranteed. address: SAN FRANCISCO. CAL-