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SPECIAL NOTICE We are pleased to announce that we have bought large assortment of the famous HEINZ FOOD PRODUCTS " f Fruit Butters-Jelley-Pickles-Olives-Olive Oil and invite you in to examine them. Our motto is “THE PUREST AND BEST IN FOODS” and we solicit your patronage on that basis. MARGRAVE GROCERY ABSTEiLCTS Ths only net of Numerical Abstracts of the Uncord* of Prowers County. Abstract* to b'anrta'ul City Proper ty furnished tut shortest no tice Also o toners of Haiti win, -lay Ac Co.'s Abstracts of Promers County Ilec tnls previous to the fire of 1888. Terms reasonable. Address , HOW KBS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. msir. OoloraAo •money to loan Pltntv of ChMo Monty for «ood Form and City Loons. Owl I ond soo mo. U WIRT MARKHAM B. B. Brown of Vueblo la in La mar this week on business. John Parrish of Boulder Untver slty is home to apend vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Randolph re turned Thursday night from a visit in Kansas City. Misseas Veda Hasty and Pearl Horn are home from Colorado Col lege to apend the spring vacation. Mr. Gaither of the Two Buttes company and wife furnished the hotel at Two Buttes and will take charge immediately. Mr. Dodge of Granada waa In Lamar Tuesday morning on busi ness returning home on the even wing train. R. L. Christy, deputy county treasurer, was confined to his home the first part of this week with a very severe cold- Ernest Wilson, the Morton coun ty, Kansas, real estate man, drove Into Lamar with a new Cadillac last Saturday on his way horn'* from Pueblo. He was accompanied by Postmaster Lafferty of Rich field. EW Fifty Years the Standard 1 InPRICFS C REAM i tUMG POWDERj ide from Grapes akes the food of jerior healthfulness nd finest quality |. Mr. E. H. Gerecke, manager o the A. B. S. Co. factory went ti Pueblo Wednesday. L. Wirt Markham shipped a car load of furniture and farming im plements to his ranch at Montrose this week. Mrs. Merle C. Ward entertained the Bridge Whist Club on Monday afternoon, and in spite of the dust storm a full attendance was pres ent. J. M. Nelson has purchased the interest of his partner, Fred Lock hart, and is now conducting bis painting business alone. See his card. Frank Dowler, the enterprising auto dealer and garage man, has an ad in this issue of his repair shop and auto livery. Don’t fa* to read it. Miss Anna C. Batman, principal of The Lamar High School, will go to Denver Thursday night to attend a meeting of the State Edu rational Council of which she is a member. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Packard and Miss Ella l«ft last night for Fort Morgan where they will make their home. During their residence In Lamar they made a large circle of warm friends who regret deeply to have them leave. There has been some weather c various kinds in Lamar the past week, but mostly the kind you don't want. However, it was accommo dating enough to give us a fairly decent Easter day, and all the churches had out large audiences, and all had special services for the occasion. During the high winds of last Saturday morning, fire destroyed the barn on the American Beet Sugar Company’s farm, on the place which had been rented by S. E. Painter. About three hundred bush els of oats were destroyed. The fire was caused by a camp fire careless ly left by movers that morning. The base ball season opens strong in Umar this year there being tw’o games scheduled for this week. The first on Friday afternoon be tween Umar and L& Junta and the second on Saturday afternoon oetween Lamar and Rocky Ford. The boys expect to win both games and hope that they will have a good crowd at both of the games. L. A. Jackson lias moved up to .Irandon on the Missouri Pacific, where be Is now working. O. J. Cooper has been hustling funds for the state anti-salooh league in Lamar recently at the request of Supt. McLaughlin . F. B. Sherman of the Two Buttes office force has decided t* go into the real estate business and is making a specialty of Two Butte. Carey Act lands. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. O’Neil died Friday evening at their home. The baby waa on ly a few* days old and his death came unexpected. The parents have the deepest sympathy of their many friends in their great loss. On Friday night Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnston were the very en tertaining host and hostess at a beautifully appointed dinner. Cover? were laid for twelve. This was a very enjoyable evening as it was the last evenlnr the friends of Dr. and Mrs. Packaru '•nd Miss Elia had to meet them socially. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Verni Robinson on Monday a fine girl. Word comes from St. Luke’s hos pital In Denver that Mrs. W. W. Cooper is Improving rapidly and will soon be able to be out again. Mr. Cooper and Mr. Goodale have returned but Mrs. Goodale is still with her. Mr. R. B. Wells has succeeded Mr. Carl Franke as foreman of the plow gang of the American Beet Sugar company, and Is at pres ent engaged In his new duties. Mr. Franke will return to his home in Germany, he coming direct to La mar accompanying the two immense steam plowing outfits, which have been under bis care since* they left their place of manufacture. Mr. Wells Is taking advantage of Mr. Franke’s still being on the Job, and Is perfecting himself in the opera tion of the immense pieces of mu cninery. On next Sunday the new pipe organ at the Methodist church will be dedicated by Chancellor H. A Buchtel assisted by Revs. Aumat: and Plngree. The church is now in readiness for the occasion am it is the intention to make It memorable occasion. The organ i 3 a very fine and beautiful instrument and Is certainly a great credit to Ivimar and the hustling church or ganization which has installed it. One half the purchase price was given by Andrew Carnegie and L. Wirt Markham and the other half waa raised by the members of the congregation. To Our Patrons. In order to facilitate matters and to give our customers better ser vice and easier delivery, the ice wagons of The I-amar Seed Co. will cover all the territory south of the R. R. east of Sixth, Including east half of Sixth street, except the bus iness portions of Main street, which will be handled as heretofore. The Ice wagons of The Union Ice and Storage Co. will cover all the terri tory west of Main street north of R. R. and all territory south of R. R. west of Sixth street Including west side of Sixth street. Main st. to be handled as mentioned above. Books as follows: 200 lb $ 1.50 300 lb 2.25 600 lb 3.75 1000 lb 6.00 2000 lb 12.00 All ice books delivered during the month are due and payable the first of the following month. We are anxious to encourage all our customers to buy books. Drivers are instructed to charge SI.OO per hun dred for all Ice sold for cash. THE LAMAR SEED CO. THE UNION ICE & STORAGE CO. For Sale —S. C. Brown Leghorn Eggs for hatching. Fine laying strain. 75c for 15. Mrs. F. H. Friend. For Sale: New parlor billiard and pool table, 3x6 portable, com plete with stand, $30.00. Inquire at this office. SUMMONS. .-•tate of Colorado, County of Prowers, SS. In the County Court. John T. Adkins, as Public Trustee of the County of i‘rowers ana State of Col orado, and W. C. Gould, as cestui que Trust, Plain tiffs. va SUMMONS. »v llllam L. Hoislngton. James R. Hoislngton and it. Hoislngton, De fendants. .e I'eople u. ino State Of Colorado o v. uiiam L. Hoislngton. James ' R. Hoislngton and George K. Holslng ton, the defendant* above named. GitBBTING: You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the County Court of Prowers County, State of Col orado, and answer the complaint therein within twenty days after the service hereof, If served within this County; or. If served out of this Counly. or by pub lication, within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of sorvico; or Judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of the complaint. And If a copy of the complaint In the above entitled action be not served with this summons, or if the service hereof be made out of this state, then ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for ap pearance and answer will be allowed be .ore lue taking of Judgment by default ..a aioresaid. ».,e said action is brought to obtain a judgment against the defendants in .ue sum ot Fourteen liuuuiua, inly and J rjoiiurs 1.U0.50 I. wuii interest .aeoeoii at tbe rale of elgnt per cent per annum from January iviu. A. U. .u, tne suinu oemg me wuin due on a .cream promissory note made t»y said ...fciiuanus Junuui) • . ... i>. payaoie to me oruer of me plaintiff, ~. c. Gould, two years after date, ..earing interest at ei*.*. per cent per aiinum from date until paiu, and a de cree authorizing and directing me fore closure oi a certain Deed of Trust given to secure Uie said note, couveying to ~ie ptuuitui Austins, as Public Trustee, uie folio wing described real property situate in Prowers County, Colorado, to wn. uot .Numbered Twelve tl2), in .. ..inhered Sixteen tlo>. in the „ .-..10n to me town of La mar. Colorado, us will more fuUy appear i rum me complaint in said action to which reference is here made: And you are hereby noUiied that if you fan to appear, and to answer the said complaint as above required, the saiu plaint 11 is will take judgment agalns. you by default as prayed for in said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of t.ie Counly Court of Prowers County, < olorado. at Lamar. In said County, us «m day of March A. D. 190 V. W. E. FEE Juuge and Acting Clerk. IMflfC H E ILLIAMSDN iFFNER CD |&NGRAVERS-PRtNTEFSj #vj Spring Planting Time Is almost here, and we are on hand as usual with a full line of Tested and Reliable Field Seeds. A carload of nice Western White Oats. Fine Oklahoma Dwarf Broom Com Heed, raised os dry land. This looks like a profitable crop with choice Broom Straw selling up to $225 per ton. It la a dry land crop. All kinds of Millet Seed. Orange, Black and Red Cane Seed. Red and White Kaffir GYwn. Red and Yellow Mangel Wurtxel Stock Beet Seed. White and Yellow Seed Corn. We also have a good stock of Lee’s and Conkey*s stock and Poultry Tonics and Remedies, Chick Food, Egg Maker, and Lice Killer; fancy Blue Grass for lawns; Lawn Fertll* izer, etc. See our continuous spray pumps for only 86c; also Lee’s Spray Pump for 60c. The Lamar Seed Company F. H. KELSEY, Manager. Eggs—Thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds, 15 for $l.OO, delivered at La mar. W. M. ROUTH. HENRY F. FREED 102 N Oth St. TEACHER OF MUSIC Musical History, Thorough Bans, Orchestration, Harmony, etc. Advantages of a College course can now be had at Home. Application should be made at Once. For terms etc. SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD If you have anything saleable that ytu wish to dispose of call and let me investigate. We can offer you Many Bargain, in Second Hand Good, Cams sad see as D. W. ROBINSON Salt F« An. Gut sf I ■—r Nsrt. lak Beautiful and artistic interiors »an be produced from our extensive stock of Wall Papers and Wall Finishes. We have a full stock of Alabastine and can fill all ord ers for any tint promptly. Not an article about your home makes so good a showing for the money in vested as the Wall Decorations. We are prepared to do your Papering, Painting and Alabaatln ing on short notice. Let us figure with you. Lamar Wall Paper & Paint Co C. S. CURRAN. Manager oB FARES TO California, Arizona, New Mexico, Mexico one way Colonist Tickets on sale dally March Ist to April 16th In clusive, from Lamar to a faw points shown below. For Caras to other points and Information as to the liberal stop-over privileges ac corded. phone write or see me. lee Angelas MB 00 •San Francisco MOO San Diego MO Pasadena MOO Itedlaads M 00 Hacreaesto M 00 Hants Barbara M 00 Monterey M 00 !*reecott MM Phoenix MM Flagstaff MM Tncsen MM Blsbee MM (Joldfjeld MM Tonopah MM Demlng MM Hilver City MM Chthuahaa MM (Jnaymas MM Mexico City MM Through tourist sleepers to Loo Angeles dally at <:00 A. If., 94.76 per berth. Also good In chair ears and coaches without extre charge. G. J. GARVIN, Agent. Provide Baby With Comfort! This Folding Go-Cart opens and folds with one motion. $7.00 complete with hood. This Folding Go-Cart us shown n ill tut rm- lion bus steel frame, springs under seat, rubber tires, and operates with one motion, can ba in stantly opened or folded. This is the famous “Gendrun” Go-cart—the CHURCH & O’NEIL "Everything For The Home” 206 South Maim Street LAMAR, COLO. THE OVERLAND How the Cost Was Cut 20 Per Cent Dealer*’ order* for Overland* this year call for 20,- 000 cars. The daily output is valued at $146,000. Four factories, with 4,000 men, are required to meet the demand for thi* two-year-old car. Come and learn the reason*. The 26 horsepower Overland this baa so multiplied the output that year sells for $lOOO. It’s a better no one can hope to compete with car than the $1,250 Overland last It. year. A4O horeepower Overland .ells Y ° U WI , U DOt ' * oOnt * nt to for 11.260. And the beet of the “‘K“er price, when you M what Overland.-, luaurlou. car-lie tllo ° verUnd «* r “- for $1,600. c- i- -a. * Simplicity This is due to enormous produc tion, and to labor saving machinery . , . ... . Another reason for the Over one Overland factory—once the . „. .. A n n. . . , , . „ land’s success lies in Its matchless great Pope-Toledo plant—turns out . . . . . simplicity. Three of the models < cars of one model per day. , ' . , . _ . operate by pedal control—a method Money-Savins Car* a “ almple “ wllkln «- T >>« <»r - most cares for Itself. The Overland gives more for the The car that has won the load money than any other car that’s ing place in the trade Is bound to made. That is one reason for its win you when you see It. Please amazing success. And that success call. GEO. E. MANBECK & SON 120 South Main St. - Lamar, Colo. Office, I.a mar 26. Phone*: Residence; Prowers 71 We Are All Ready for Business We have asm af the best equipped repair shops iu the city and plenty of storage room. ...... A full grown 30H. P., 4 cylinder, 5 pas senger Touring Cur far $1,150 F. 0. B. Lamar. ..... COME AND SEE VS Dowler Automobile Company LET ME DO YOUR PAINTING Havlag bought C. C. Lock hart's Infarct I* our baal na I 800 hav* a naw .bap first door cat .1 the Broolcshlr. Trading Co. ,n R. R. Avc. and am praparad to do *ll kind* •f Palming, Paperbanging, Carriage and jign work. hat I mate furalahod an application. Price Rm aon afcte. J. M. NELSON Phams Rad 1881 Lamar, Colo. The Social Advantages ®Of The CITY Are Added To The PLEASURE Of The COUNTRY, By Means Of THE TELEPHONE. It Places The COUNTRY HOME In Touch With n Hundred Cities. HAVE YOU A TELEPHONE? The Colorado Telephone 'Co.