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Ely’s Cream Balm
This Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Qlvo Satisfaction.
GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It claaniies, soothes, heals, and protects the
dlacassd membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold in the Head quickly.
Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell.
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into the nostrils and absorbed.
Large Bias; 50 cents at Druggists or by
mail} Trial Blae, 10 cents by mail. »
ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren St.. New York
A liquid cold ours and the only cough
■yrup moves the bowels—works all cold
out of the system—is Kennedy’s Luxh
tive Honey and Tar. Clears the throat
end head and makes weak lungs strong.
Best for croup, whooping cough, etc.
Children love it. Bold by I. 11. Myers.
When you want a pleasant physic try
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. They are easy to take and produce
no griping or other unpleasant effect.
For sale by all druggists.
A Disastrous Calamity
It is a disastrous calamity when you
lose your huulth, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away.
Prompt relief can be hod in Dr. King's
New Liife Pills. They build up your di
gestive orguua, and cure headache, diz
ziness; colic, coustipation, eto. 25c ut
all druggists; guaranteed.
A oough syrup which drives a cold
out of the system by uoting as a cathart
ic on the bowels is offered in Kennedy’s
Kennedy’s Laxative .Honey and Tar.
Clears the throat, strengthens the lungs
and bronchial tubes. The mother’s
friends and the children’s fuyorite. Best
for croup, whooping coop, etc. Sold by
L U. Myers.
The Exact thing Required for Con
stipation.
“As a certain purgative and stomach
turitier Chamberlain’s Stomach and
liver Tablets seem to be the exact
Ibing required, stong enough for the
most robust, yet mild enough and safe
for children and without that terribie
griping so common to most purgatives,’’
say U.S. Webster <& Co., Udora, Ontario,
Canada. For sale by all druggists.
Do not be deceived by counterfeits
When you buv Witch Hazel Salve, The
name of E C. DeWitt *fc Co. is on every
box of the genuine. Piles in their worst
form will soon pass away if you will ap
ply DeWitt’a Witch Hazel Salve night
and morning. Beet for cute, burns,boils
tetter, eczema, eto. Sold by i. H. Myers.
I Thank the Lord
cried Hanna Plant of Luttle Hock, Ark.,
“for the relief i got from Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful run
ning eoree, whitb nothing else would
heal, and from which i had suffered for
& years." It is a marvelous healer for
cuts, burns and wounds. Only 2bo at all
druggists. Guaranteed.
Nature needs only a Little Early
Riser now and then to keep the bowels
clean, the liver active, and the system
fee from bile, headaches, constipation,
eto. The famous little pills “Early His
era’’ are pleasant in effect and perfect in
aotion. They never gripe or sicken, but
tone and strengthen the liver and kid
neys. For sale by I. li.|Myers.
Herb. W. Edwards Injured
Herb W, Mdwards of Deamoinee, la.,
got a fall on an icy walk last winter
epreining his wrist end bruising his
knees. “The next day," he says, “they
were so sore and atiff I was afraid I
would have to stay in bed, but 1 rubbed
them well with Chamberlain’s Pain
Balm and after a few applications all
eoreuess had disappeared.’ 1 All drug
guts:
Main's Unreasonableness
is ofteu as great as womans’* But
Tho* S. Austiu, Mgr. of the “Republi
can," of Leavenworth, lnd., was not un
reasonable when ha refused to allow the
doctor to operate on his wife, for female
trouble, “instead, heaaya, we concluded
to try Electric Bitter* My wife was
then so sick she oould hardly leuve her
bed, and live physicians had failed to re
live her. After taking Electric Bitters,
she was perfectly cured, and can now
perform all ner household duties."
Guaranteed by all druggists 00c a bottle.
But few people are entirely free from
indigestion at this eeaaou of the year.
Kodol Dyspepeia Cure ia not only the
beat remedy to use because it digests
what you sat but bsoause it also’enubles
the digestive apparatus to assimilate
and transform all foods into tissue
building blood. Kodol relieves sour
stomach, heartburn, belching, and all
forms of indigestion. Sold by I. H.
Myers.
When you have a bad cold
You want a remedy that will not only
give quick relief but effect a permauent
ours.
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and Keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy hat will counter
act any tendency towerd pneumonia.
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy meets
all of these requirements end for the
speedy and permanent cure of bad colds
stands without a peer. For sale by all
druggist*
Every ounce of food that you eat that
fails to digest does a pound of barm. It
turns the entire meal into poision, This
not only deprive# the blood of the nec
essary tissue-building material, bur it
poiaions it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a
psrfeot digeetaot. It digests the food
regardless of the oouditiou of the stom
aoh. It allows that organ to rest and
Gt strong again. Relieves belching
artburn, sour stomach, indigestion,
palpitation of the heart, eto. Sold by I.
Son Lost Mother
“Consumption runs in our family,
and through it I lost my Mother,"
writes EL B. Raid of Harmony, Me. For
the past tive years, however, on the
•lightest sign of a oough or cold, I have
taken Dr. Kings’ New Discovery for
eonsumption, which has saved me from
•erious lung trouble." His mother’s
death was a sad loss for Mr. Reid, but
be learned that lung trouble must not
be neglected, and bow to cure it. Quick
set reuei and cure for coughs and colds
▲t all druggists; 50c , and $ 1 guarante
ad. Trial bottle free.
M Wells Street ■
Marlnette.Wia. 1
816 Wells Street,
Maiunkttk, Wis., Sept. 25, 1908.
I was all run down from nervous
ness and overwork ami had to resign
niy position and take a rest. I
found that I was not gaining my
strength and health as fust as 1
could wish, and as your Wine of
Cardui was recommended as such a
good medicine for the ills of our
■ex, I bought a bottle and began
using it. I was satisfied with the
results from the use of the first
bottle, and took three more and then
found I was restored to good health
and strength ami able to take up
my work with renewed vigor. I
consider it a fine tonic and excellent
for worn-out, nervous condition,
and am pleased to endorso it.
AGNES WESTLEY,
l«B*y. Worth Wisconsin Holland Society.
Secure a fl .00 bottle of Wine of
Cardui and a 25c. package of
Thedfard's Black-Draught today.
wine"ofTardui
yv
Do You Dread
Wash Day?
Most women do. There are two
ways of doing the washing. The old
way —which means no end of back
breaking labor. The new way with
oar
Westem W ashing
Machine dt
Makes It So Easy
It is a blessing on wash days. Haves
the hardest part of the work and does
it in one half the time. Will not
tear or wear out your clothes. It’s
made to do clean washing. We
take it back if not srtisfactory.
C. C. Huddleston
C. 2v£. LEE
Dealer in
Water Rights, Farms
and City Property
A small cash payment
secures an improved
farm
LAMAR MARBLE WORKS
E. M. STEWARD, Prop.
manufacturer of
granite and marble
MONUMENTS
All kinds of Cut Stone Trim
mings for Brick or Stone
Houses furnished on short
notice.
WHITE’S
Cream Vermifuge
THE GUARANTEED
jO WORM
THE CHILDREN’S FAVORITE TONIC.
■tWAM or IMITATIONS.
TMK SSNUINK MIPARID ONLY ST
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co*
■T, LOUIS, MO.
I. H. MYERS
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Univkd States Land Office, )
Lamar,Colo., Sept. 28, 1903. )
Votice is hereby Riven that the following-nam
*' e<l settler has Hied notice of his intention
to make tiual proof in support of her claim, and
that said proof will bo made before the Reg
ister and Receiver, at Lamar, Colorado, on
Thursday. November 9. 1905. vis: Johu YV.
Martinilale, H. E. No. 4?28. for the n‘4 no* sec
22 and wR so I *, sec 15. T32S. R4B \V. 6th P. M.
lie names the following witness to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said laud, viz:
Hnrve N. Powers, Charles Copoland, John
Wilson, F. L. Keener, all of Prowers, Colorado.
John A. Williams. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Otlice, Lamar, Colo., 1
Oct. 12. 1905. {
is hereby givon that the followiug-nam
ed settler lias tiled notice of her intention
to make tlnnl proof In support of her claim, and
that said proof will bo made Iwforo tho Resis
tor and Receiver at Lamar. Colorado, on Wed
nesday, November 22. 1905. viz: Mary A. Drum
mond. H. E. No. 5022. for the eR se* sec 28 and
n'i neR sec 83 twp 22 8. rug 48 YV, 6th P. M.
She names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon amt cultivation
of said laud, viz:
John YY’ilson,dander Brace. Charles Thomas,
ilerschel Horn, all of Lamar, Colo.
014u12 John A. Williams, Register.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
TREASURER'S OFFICE )
Oodntv of Prowers, State of Colorado, j
Public notice ia hereby given, that I will according to law, offer at
pnblio aale at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Prowers in tha
State of Colorado on
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, A. D. 1905
and Hucceeding days, commencing at the hoar of 10 a’clook a. m., of said
day, so mnoh of the following described real estate, situate in said connty
on which the taxes for the year 1004 have not been paid, as shall be nec
eKsary to pay Haid taxes, intereat and penalties, to-wit:
Section 2, Page 00, Session Laws of 1804, reads as follows:
“A penalty of twenty cents for each description of lot or lots,
and forty cents for each description of tract or tracts of land,
shall be added to the amount of taxes due upon each lot or lots,
tract or tracts, advertised, immediately after advertising real es
tate for sale and shall be collected by the Treasurer iu all oases."
LIST OF KNOWN LANDS AND LOTS.
rH S 3 55 < ►
2 g ? e. a
02e£ a a o
2 . "5 “3 ~ ft g
O >• > g- °
■lNainiiofOuwtr Part of Boctlon “ CJ? £•;- 3 P £
■: I if known. or Lot 3 : H C.-• • h
I * 1 6
p:S• p j 2
Aldrich YV D so M 24 48 100 80 2 65
\ll on. I> M e'.i nag 17 34 44 80 80 1 64
Ami field. HR uw nw 3 2* 4* *8 *9O IS 87
Yrueld. (’ A s R sw 29 X! 46 80 160 5 84
Atdilin, T U las! half uw bo IS 22 44 89 470 • 44
Avard. J H lota 8 and ne aw 81 22 42 70 883 21 47
Maker, AYV ao nw .... 84 28 43 *9 590 21 06
Maker, E K loth S and 4 Park Sub
division to Holly 7 *BS 12 59
Haldwiu. C D no 21 12 47 40 685 22 92
Rank of Toiaika lot 2. Lamar O T 18 180 1*42
Hurnes. (100 II so oR no 4 22 4* 340
wR nw * 32 43 80 *4O 9 16
Barnhart. Cliai ao ne 1 2* 4* 40 *SO 14 70
Board, J H iHm 10 2* 46
■w aw 11 2* 44
wX nw 14 2* 46
•8 no nw ne 15 2* 49
lot 4. Lamar HAP 59
w 84 foot of dH of 5, La
mar. O T 16 *2O 400 14 27
Belon. A L ne aw 29 22 U 40 220 10 56
Ml.mhl, M V nw ho *0 22 42 40 *BS 1* 71
Itoohm, YV. M oR nw nw nw „ 7 22 4* 117 1815 62 62
Boggs, M 11. lira lot 6, Lamar, HAP 54 250 1* 26
Blah WR oR no 28 *2 43 77 900 38 40
Mmwu M M *o nw 1 21 47 40 60 * *4
Buck Aug F A Louiaa sR sR n‘4 *w sR aw
nßneaone It 22 44 220 1570 59 *0
Hurgersor AC ne 34 23 42 156 750 29 *6
Cnrmichol Peter no aw 96 S 3 43 *9 *2* 10 73
Carson. Daisy mm 80 22 42 88 *95 14 04
J (J Christopher lot 1 ne uw nR lot 2 nR
a« uw 21 23 43 104 B*s 27 66
aoR 28 22 4*
wR ne ne eR nw ne 3* 22 43 192 1966 81 2*
lot 25 Holly O T t
lota 2 and S Wilkin Add
Holly 1420 46 15
Church. Tho reorgan
ized nw 23 24 44 160 80 2 28
Cole, Goo D lota 4. 5. 6,7. 8. 10. 11.
12 and nR of 9 Lamar 10 759 SI 71
Columbia Saving and
Loan Aiian. lot 7, Rouae subdivision
of lot 11 Wood Add 2 750 25 06
Cranston. Earl M bo ne no ae |6 2i .17 77 1170 46 6*
Crons, W F Beginning at center bw
31-22-46 o *97 miuutoa
n I degrees 15 minntoa
w 300 feet to placo of
beginning, n * degrees
13 minutes w 271 6-10
feet w 821 feet s S de
grees and 15 minutes
' o 271 6-10 e *2l feat to
place of beginning 580 2* 62
«'S uw nw sw 26 22 45 125
sR lot 8 Forest Park 560 18 95
lots 10. 11 and 12 Lamar
W 8 16 150 11 *5
lot 12, Lamar O T 16
Callison, Augusta wR wR so 25 22 4* *9 960 11 8*
Cline J A s‘, se sR sw 35 24 4* 160 80 2 63
Dnrruugh E S lota 1, 2. 3. 5. 6,7, 8,9. 10,
11 and 12 Granada DD 48 50 2 56
Dyksterhonse G E nR nw 26 22 42 77
se 29 2! 47 156 1726 71 *1
B S Darrough lots 2,7, 8 and 9. Gra
nada O T 33
lots 2,5, to 10. Granada
OT >1
AH Grauadd. OT 44 U 4 4 56
Davidson. Nat hi eel no sw 30 23 43 320 160 6 40
Dilthey, E Beginning at a point
258 8-19 feet n of sw
corner of lot 2-8, n 259-
8-10 e 620 5-10 s 259 8-10
w 626 5.10 to placo of
beginning 81 22 46 S 71-100 200 8 80
Eighmey, Win sw nw 5 23 42 39 465 14 68
Elder, A. R. eR so 9 33 44 80 60 2 40
Ellis. Arthur «o ne wR ne no se 28 22 42 160 2*o 11 88
M F Elliott eR wR se *4 22 4* 78 *SO 27 06
Engleman, Henry lot 4 1 11 4* *8 365 16 34
Eugorvick John so nw 21 23 4* 40 *2O 11 *6
Fenimore, Ase 8 2* 4* 156 1225 41 *6
Ferguson YY M lot 6 Lamar O T *0 *SO 18 25
Fidelity Trust Co no ne except nlO acres SS 2* 44 30 15 62
Filkius F D lots 9 aud 10 Lamar H
A P 76 54 9 72
Ford J C lots 2. 7, 8 and 9, Lamar
W 8 44 116 8 01
Froman, T 8 sw so 22 22 43 39 480 16 84
Gilbert, Mrs Lizzie so *1 21 47 60 I*o S 64
Groonard, YV 8 lota 31-S2 12 23 4* 29 *65 16 *4
Greenanl Mary A s w 36 22 43 160 *2O 10 56
Griffin, JB s 4 se se 26 22 a 20 170 6 61
Guaranty Saving A
Trust Co sw 1* 25 43 160 80 2 65
Guaranty Saving A
Trust Co se 13 25 44 160 80 2 65
Hardy J H lots 11 and 12 Lamar O
T 38 416 *2 80
Harmon T M nw sw 22 22 4* *9 1570 52 99
Harrison, Mrs Ida lots 2,4, I and 6. Lamar
W 8 13 360 28 24
Henkins EG sw . 7 27 44 160
Heukins E G lots 11 and 12 Forest
Park 15 2910 98 40
Henry SO so 36 21 46 1W *9O 13 85
H igbee A M asser nw 28 2* 44 160 80 3 95
Hobbs Mrs LJ sw 24 21 «7 168 19*0 87 94
Hobbs Bros nw * 24 21 47 169 860 41 56
Halt Bortiu H nw 3 26 42 160 80 2 61
Hope Kobt E eR sw 4 24 43 480 240 7 15
Howell s YV lot 63 Park Sub dir to
Holly 5 475 10 93
Irving J C ne no 15 22 43 38 465 17 83
Jack W A sw 26 21 47 158 1305 60 70
Johnson August ns 28 26 44 160 80 2 65
Jones Mary J swR 28 21 47 156 1150 54 1?
Kepbart L H nw se 10 22 43
** nR sw 11 22 it 119 790 27 *0
Kerns E B lot 4 blk A and lot 10.
blk B Highland * 15*5 66 05
Knudson C sR uw se nH sw se 36 22 4* 40 380 15 05
Kramyer John T u‘» se nw 21 21 47 20 10 42
“ no nw 4 25 47 40 120 S 72
Lake John wR sw w‘4 nw 8 23 44 160 80 2 83
Lamb M J nw 15 32 45 150 300 9 05
Leonard O F lots 9 aud 10 Lamar H
A P 52 226 19 30
Luke John se ne oR se 4 22 45
“ »w sw * 22 43 160 1175 60 30
Lynch Peter lots 11 and 12 Lamar
HAP 55 390 26 97
Manuel P E no sw 29 22 43 40 485 21 40
May Ida P lots 9 to 12 Lamar W 8 15
lots l, 2, 4 to 10 Lamar
W S 7 245 16 73
all Umar WB U
lots 1 to 4, 6 to 12 Lamar
H A P 61
lot 9 Lamar HAP 50 125 10 *0
Mayhew A no 29 21 47 110 I**o 61 68
Miller Chas F so 19 21 47 140 7*o 36 60
Mitchell E D none 26 21 44 39 460 22 55
Mourning E M lot 7 Lamar O T 11 35 2 80
Murry Mary E nw 18 23 45 160 80 3 07
Markham A Co lot 5 Lamar H A P 60 20 1 38
McClanahau G YY' nR n‘4 se 12 22 44 40 540 21 55
McC reedy J D lots 10. 11 and 12 Gra
nada 0 T S 3 30 1 20
McGrath Frank s w 27 22 4* 160 160 6 60
McVoy C F sw sw 1 21 4a 38 500 28 C 8
McComas Gordon nR sR ne 27 22 41 39 840 12 50
McMillen Perry lot 6 Lamar Highland B
“ lots 2 and 3 Lamar
Highland C 650 2* 53
Neumeister G A A YY’ C nw 19 35 43
“ ne 2o 25 43
“ sw 30 25 43 480 610 *0 91
Nelson J YY nw 24 21 44 160 80 2 65
New A B se 31 23 47 160 450 13 00
Noble G M nw 17 21 4a 136 1170 6* 46
North Amy P lot 5 28 22 47
lot 7 and I 29 22 47
nR ne 32 22 47 160 *2O 10 56
SR nw nR sw 33 22 47
sw nw nw sw 84 32 47 240 1*75 *7 *0
Overliolt E se se 16 22 43 88 406 18 *6
Pearson YV F sR lot 9 Lamar 0 T 10 *0 1 10
Pettieren John sR ne nR se *2 26 44 160
w 40 feet of lot 9 Lamar
OT 25 16*0 56 42
Pierson Edward lot 5 Lamar 0 T 29 215 17 *0
LIST OF KNOWN LANDS AND LOTS
i r r .» £ h
f %l 3. | |
Name of Owner Part of Section ® a® 2 P 2.
if kuowu or Lot 5 : £ gS* 1 H
? ;i pr ! 3
« ro y?r, H E" 1 * 1 ® »«sw 81 t7 43 40 ID HI
{T? d W no so SO 22 42 SO 880 13 84
Kell an c« Truat Co lota 5 and 6 Lamar W 8 28 10 85
lota 4 and 8 Lamar W 8 18 10 85
lot 1 Lamar W 8 88 5 60
Kobson T W iXm 88 82 48 77 1525 55 84
Rhode J E let 1 Lamar H 4 P 77 285 17 72
Sahj LeTy nw aw 88 88 48 40 880 18 58
Scarlett 4 Scarlett etiuw 80 22 42 80 1675 80 10
Scott Mra C J aw ne 18 22 44 88 811 12 14
Scriven C M lota 10,11 and 12 Grana
-0 . da D 4 D 50 80S 18 48
®«» b “n r A W lot 8 Lamar 0 T 85 300 22 61
SelfrldmO T nw nw 86 83 48 88 650 80 68
15. T uo it *w ne 8 28 43 88 315 18 84
I Sherlock B H w* eX e* w* 21 81 45 880
. . _ Cottage Place 1 440 18 18
Hkeed A P ne 83 27 44 180 80 8 08
|f t « r Brldgett aw 7 28 45 180 80 3UB
Sliaker EL ne ne 28 22 48 87 470 20 77
Small Jamea *Ewe« i* 82 20 48
„ nw 5 85 48 320 870 8 87
Spence fcva lot 12 Granada 0 T 15 10 64
W „ W , wX wS nw 24 22 48 86 426 16 00
Stanton Fannie aw 18 21 47 160 280 IS 40
TahortW B *X a* nw 28 22 43 40 870 16 58
Titgen Fredrick ne 28 22 43 160 828 15 10
1 rum boll L M nw nw 28 22 48 88 485 18 88
Unknown lota 4. 5 and 8 Granada
O T 8 15 82
* a 10 feet of weat IMS
feet of lot 18 Granada
O T 11 6 52
w 90 feet of lota 18,14,
lftGranadaO T 17 75 8 64
„ , , _ Lot 8 Granada D D 84 k 42
Vaughn A P nX ae ne aw and lota 1
~ and 2 24 22 46 180
lota 1,8, 8, and 4 Lamar
„ Fint Addition 108 1480 57 7#
Vincent E E aw 15 82 42 180 425 16 92
w2l?h r w 8 w" n ® n ® „ M 82 42 88 670 20 71
Walah E E wKwXm 88 22 42 40 855 IS 06
Wampler J W n * BW .. . . u » SS 15 80 146
Wateon 8 A lota 1,2, n 45 feet of 8,
Lamar. 0 T 42 490 40 16
WataonGA all Lamar MeK 5
Webb Lee h>l4 Lamar HA P 66 820 16 76
aU Lamar HA P 67 842 18 76
Welda, J T nw nw 81 82 42 88 885 18 42
Wenn kiebolaa e* ne nw 80 82 42 90 285 11 65
WeaaeU Henrr Be ae 24 22 48 88 505 19 48
Williamaon Myrtel M nw ne 2 28 48 89 360 16 78
WiaeJ H cM eXH 18 22 42 87 600 19 OS
Yager J F lot 6 Lamar 0 T 85 800 82 89
Yager LR n* 8083 44 160 80 8 94
Yagor May lot 2 Lamar O T 86
lot 1 Lamar W 8 18 290 24 17
STATE OF COLORADO, )
[ «•-
County of Piowiia. )
Id testimony whereof I hue hereunto sot my hind and seal this 15th
, day of NoTember, A. D., 1905.
J. T. ADKINS,
; County Treasurer.
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A.
Dally Lamar, Colorado Dally.
Wbitßound. East Bound.
Mo. 1 256a. m No. 8 18 15 a. ne
Mo. 6 1 12 a.m. No. 6 2 58 a. m
No. 7 6 18 a. m. No. 8 IX 05 p. B>
No. 9 900 a. m. No. 10 10 40 p. m
Mo. 88-Frt 980 a.m. No. 84-Frt 1 07 p. m
No. 1 ia California express and makes local
■tops between Lamar and La Jnnta.
No. 5 ia Denver express, stops on flag at Laa
Animas. Carnes free chair car and Pullmans.
No. 7is the Mexico and California express.
No. 1 and No. 7 both earny tourist and Pullman
sleepers. No. 7 connects at LaJanta for Pueblo
Colorado Springs and Denver.
Train No. 88 runs to La Junto and will accom
modate passengers for intermediate points.
No. 2 is through California express and con
nects at La Junta with a train from Denver car
ries passenger through to Chicago without
change, lisa Pullman and tourist sleepers.
No. 6ia Denver express and runs through to
Chicago without change. Carries free chair
car and Pullman sleeper.
No. 8 is local passenger and makes all stops.
Carries chair car and Cullman sleeper. Runs
through to Chicagomrithout change of ears.
Inquiries solicited and promptly and cheer
fully answered. Descriptive literature and
time tables folders free by applying to
G. J. Gabvin. Agsn.t
Postofflce Timm Table
The following time table will be ef
fective on and after Nov. 18,1904: Malle
cloee going east, 12:40 p. m., going eaat
and weet 6:30. Mails due from west
12:05, .a. m., 1:05 p, m., 3:02 a. m.; from
east 2:35 a. m„ 9:13 p. m., 5:25 a. m.
Office open, Ba. m. to 6:30 p. m. Sun
days Bto 9 a. m. Money orders and
registry 8 to 6, except on Sunday.
D. E. Cooper, P. M.
Tbe
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BARBER SHOP
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BAST BAIN STBBIT.
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DENTIST
Offices in eaat rooms on second
floor of Irwin Building
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i obstetrical oases. ‘
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. LAM SB. COLORADO
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Physicians and Surgeons
Eighteen years’ experience. Special
attention given to diagnosis, surgery,
diseases of womeu and children, and
the eye, ear, noie and throat
IRWIN BLOCK, SOUTH MAIN ST.
: DR. WILBUR P. NOYES '
Practice limited to the medi
cal and surgical diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office Lamak. Coi.o. I
Oct. 21. 1905. $
Notion IK hereby given that, the following
namori settler has tiled notice of lii.- in
tention to make (Inal proof in support of his
claim. hikl that said proof will ls« made b.foro
tho Register and Receiver, ut I.uinar. Colorado,
on Wednesday November 29. 19U5. viz: James
E. Flosham, if. E. No. 4990. for tlm s. w. s. e.
X. Sec. l|; w. Vt n. o. X. <k s. o. H n e. k. See.
14. t. 21 s. r. 4rt w. 6th p. m.
lie names the following witnessed to (trove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said laud, viz.
J. W. Wood, P. Z. Goodnu. Mahlo Graham,
Emma Wood, all Luinar, Colorado,
John A. Williams, Registerr
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO LEASE
STATE LANDS
Office of tiib State Board of Land Com
missioners
Denver. Colorado, Oct. 16 1905.
NOTICE ia hereby given that George W. Idler
*» whose postoflice address is Lamar. Colorado,
on Oct. 16. 1905, made application No. 1740 to
tbe State Board of Laud Comniisaiouors to
loase the following described School Lands,
situate in Prowers County, Colorado, to-wit:
All of Section 88, Township 21 South, Range
47 West.
No other applications to lease the above de
scribed premises or objections against tho
above application will bo considered after
Nov. 21.1906. -
MARK G. WOODRUFF.
Register State Board Land Commissioners.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, )
Lamar. Colo., Oct. 21, 1905. (
Notice 1b hereby given that the followiug-uain
" «‘d settlor has filed notice of his intention to
make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be inado before tho Register
and Receiver, at Lamar, Colorado, on Wed
nesday, November 29 1905, viz: Thomas I.
Fleshman H. E. No, 5001. for tho n w if S>»c.
14. t 21, s. r. 46 w. 6th p. in.
He names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence ui>ou and cullivatiAft
of said land, viz: ”
J. W. Wood, P. Z. Coodan, Mable Grahut.i
Emma Wood, all Lamar, Colorado,
aßo<>4 John A. Williams. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Lamab. Colo, t
Sept. 28. 1905. t
rTICE is horeby given that tho following
named sottlorbas filed notice of his inten
to mako Anal proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made beforo the Reg
iaterand Receiver at Lamar. Colo., on Thurs
day, November 9. 1905. viz: William K. Martin
dale. 11. B. No. 4888. for tho hw<t sec 22, T 22 S„
R4B W.,6th P. M.
He names the following witnossoß toprove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of
said land, viz:
Harve N, Powers, Charles Copeland. John
Wilson, F L. Keener, all of Prowers, Colo.
04-n8 John A. Williams, Register.
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