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PASSENGER GOING WEST. tlnrado Exprera 7 : W p. m JUornlH A Mexico Kxprc*» »»:«•’> a. in r GOING EAST. lantlr Kxprfw* 7 .13 a. m tw York Kx|*r*tw* « 03 p. in POST-OFFICE TIME TABLE. ARRIVAL OK MAILS. AST, 7:30 p. in EST. - «.00 a. hi DEPARTURE OK M \lf-S. AST. ... K <io n. in. EST, 7:30 p.m. ail for tin* ea«t i lo«w ut S 00 j». in all for the orMtcloan at 7 oo p. nj nice bourn from • - e.OO a. m. to M:00 p. m umlay* from -a i«)t« 10.00 n. in. J. W. DECKER. I*. M. Local Notes. [ --Quite cool Thursday morning. —Lota of antelope* in the country. —Dill n’t it blow Wednesday night. —A small dust storm Tuesday evening. —lt hailed a few miles east of here Tuesday. —School opened Monday with a fair attendance. —W. 11. .Malone, of Denver, was here Wednesday. —The hav fever is getting in its work on its victims. —Jiin Ligon was here Tuesday to ' »ee al>oul cattle shipment*. —F. C. Stevens intends to make a fruit farm out of his claim. —There appears to be a regular tribe of painters struek town. —W. .1. Dixon, of Cimarron, Kas., , was looking the town over Tuesday. Dr. MeMullen has been ed deputy post master by Mr. fleck er. —Mr. Bowen lias prat up a neat npjieariug dwelling on the nortli side. —('apt. Manger is putting up a very nice residence on the north side to rent. —Spivey it Holmes Bros., have E’ust finished a ware-room to store itne in. —Some very fine mule teams have lately been brought in by new comers. Frank Weiler is building a res idence facing south just hack of the I~unar Mouse. —The 101 brand shipped five' hundred head of beexe- Iron) our yards Tuesday. —Two men fell from a horse they were riding on the streets Tuesday. Neither were hurt. —Judging by the old tin cans laying around town, this must be a great fruit country. —K. C. Stevens* name will pass into history as* being the teach er of the first school in Lamar. —C’apt and Mrs. Manger came up from (Harden City Wendesday even -1 ing and returned Thursday evening. —“I’ll take mine in |>otato patch res,” said one of our dudes when I looking at the Apaches Wednesday. —Steps are being taken to organ ize a city government for Lunar. A petition was unanimously signed ! Tuesday. —U. 11. Van Orsdaie, Ament, Lowe <& Co., and M. L. Swift Jk Co., [all have new advertisement* in the Hkgihtkk. —The Hewes House is the best hotel between Pueblo and Newton, Kansas. That’s the kind of a hotel ; Lamar has. Inter struck town a few hat claims to w*eur hand ks. That’s the worst we iiold and Lawyer Osborn ed a i* rtnership in the j business and opened an Louden store. Tuffley, a dandy sign i been doing lots of work » past week. He intends daiin and be one of the ‘linton, of Ashland, Ivan lot seven in block forty lay. Price, three hun rs, F. C. Descent was the . d Mrs. E. W. Fuller went Topeka Sunday. Their filter was sick and they 3 change would do her Fuller returned Tuesday. —The grangers, they are coining. —Everybody in a harry to have a chimney built. —The Burger House will be }Mas tered next week. —Gilbert McQueary is putting up hay up the river. —Maj. Williams came in from Trinidad yesterday. —Ten new houses going up was our count yesterday. Brick artist to build Hues were in demand yesterday. —A. C. McKeevcr was up from Garden City Thursday. —M. J. Rogers has been on the | sick list, but is improving. —M. L. Swift has put in twenty two years behind the counter. —The few cases on the sick list in to4*n are all reported better. —They are good houses not shan ties that are being built in town. • —Roll & Craig have the contract for ( apt. Munger’a new building. We noticed several granger out tits going to the country Thursday. i —Murphy denies that he tried to | locate an Apache oil a timber claim. —J. E. Godding is putting two more rooms to his block on Main | street. lni Evans has leased his place to W. I). White, of Medicine Lodge, Kansas. —A. Helphenstine was sowing a Held of rye yesterday on a claim just south of town. ; —A small stock of dry goods is going in one of the rooms in the Godding block. I —The cannon ball west has stop ped frequently of late, but it isn’t billed that way.— More lumber was hauled out for new buildings Thursday than any day for a month. —lt is expected onr land office officers will be appointed in a few days, probably next week. Mrs. W. I>. White, of Medicine Lodge, Kansas, will open a milli nery store here next month. —C. E. Rcntchler, of Lebanon, Illinois, has been in town for the past week and thinks of remaining ! here. —The young men of the north , side are going to organize a literary | club to afford amusement for the ' winter. | —George Trommlitz has bought his partners’ interest in the business i and w ill run the business single [ handed. —R. S. Louden', brother of W. W , arrived here last week from Lebanon, Illinois, and has taken a place in the drug store. —Mrs. H. Chadeavne joined her husband here Wednesday night. She j has been spending the summer in California. A couple of skunks have taken up their residence in town. Nolxidy has lost a skunk so they are allowed the freedom of the city. —W. W. Louden saw the Apaches and for fear of an accident wore a hat that resembled a sunbounet. A rival of his says there was strings on i —Justice of the Peace Hunter is feeling pretty good over the arrival of a little daughter at his bouse W ednesday. l)r. Cummings was iu attendance. Why not organize a moot legis lature to meet once a week. Every man in town expects to go the legis lature sometime, and they might just as well put in the winter get ting posted. —Our druggists showed a great want of enterprise in not having a supply of red paint at the depot to sell when the Apaches went through. Some folks don’t know when fortune knocks at their door. —Rev. J. M. Clark and wife, from Pawnee Rock, Kansas, were here Tuesday night. They are traveling overland to the mountains. Mr. Clark’s health is poor and he expects to reside in this state in the future. —A special train carrying the ; coal dealers along the line of the Santa Fe road passed west Tuesday. They were going to visit the coal Helds of the state. The coal men i ride around on specials in summer i and vacate the cars in winter for the ice men. —Frosty mornings soon. —Stranger in town talking about buying the Russell House. —A water pipe has been put in from the tank to the de|>ot. —Pretty good picture of cowboy life on Frank Woliver’s windows. —Mr. Stevens looked at the Apache belles without a flut of the heart. —Twenty-five ears of New Mexico beef cattle passed through going east yesterday. —Lamar has r.o sand hill bug bear to worry over. Our sand hills on the south amount to nothing. —J. W. Decker ami Col. Hcwes have put up a wire fence in the rear] ot their places that can’t be climbed | over or crawled under. •—Wb are sorry to see in a few cases a stove pipe sticking out of a ] roof where a brick chimney should j be. Too much danger in that. —Just as J. W. Root got in one of his winsome smiles on one of the 1 Apache girls she got a bite that broke up what might have been a I pleasant flirtation. —Arnold Osburn have sent out; two hundred cards of the firm to I j county seats in Missouri and Kan sas. The Dr. has quite a reputation in those stales as an entertainer. —When the train bearing the j Apaches came in the first car was stopped at the water tank. It was ' feared the whole tribe was to be! washed, and the sanitary board was 1 notified at once. —The belle of the Apaches that! passed through here .Wednesday 1 wore an old gold calico dress cut entrain on one side and trapeze on the other, cavalry boot tops for leg gings and government socks. —“Please give me some money I’ve been robbed of fifteen hundred dollars,” was the racket a tramp was giving the house-keepers one day this week. In the absence of money j he was satisfied with a hand-ine-oul I meal. —The school house was not large enough to accommodate all that wished to attend the literary society j Wednesday night. We must have a hall or a place of meeting large enough to accommodate the | people. ! —F. C. Descent received a dis patch Thursday announcing the : dangerous illness of his only brother in Dakota, and left that evening to see him. Mr. Wirt, from Kansas, has charge of Mr. Descent’s business : during his absence. —W. W. Louden ami Mr. Ren tub-j lor yesterday paid Steele & Malone, j of Denver, one thousand dollars for the lot adjoining Louden tfc Go's store. The sale was made by Ament, Lowe & Co. While the price is pretty high the purchasers will be able to double their money w ithin a year if they wish to sell. —A train carrying three bundled and twenty men, women and child • ren Arizona Apaches, guarded by E company 22d l'. S. infantry, Capt. : Dickey, comtnanding.passcd through ! here Wednesday enroute to Florida. These are the Indians that have been ! making so much trouble in Arizona and New Mexico and are a dirty m urderous looking set. BUSINESS LOCALS. —The best Hour in town at Igo «fc Manger's. 14-15 -• Wall paper in grant variety at the City Drug Store. 14 —School books ami school sup- 1 plie6 at the Lamar Drug Store. 14 1 —K. W. Fuller, Canon coal. Leave orders at Lamar Drug Store. Coal is cash. 14-17 1 —Smokers call early and get your ticket for that tine silver ware at ('ash Store. 14 —Robert S. Louden, with Louden Su Co., is a practical druggist, hav ing been in the business three years. —Igo Su Munger have just re ceived a car load of the celebrated [Nickerson patent, roller mills flour warranted to give satisfaction. 14-15 The House of Jacob, at Las Ani mas, carries a stock of general nier chandise. He sells goods on a cash basis and has, therefore, bargains at Weils.’ 5-15 —If bad be your prospects don’t sit still and cry, but jump up and say to yourself I will try for one of those Tansil’s Punch 5c cigar for sale only at (’ash Store. 14 iTo Settlers Wanting Outfits and Ranchmen Wanting Supplies, VVu call your attention to the complete stock of STOVES, POMPS ancbFARM IMPLEMENTS, At the store of M. L. SWIFT & CO., North Main Street, - - LAMAR, COLORADO. I P. S. Prices and Quality Guaranteed. i » Notary Public. Insurance J. "W\ Decker, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals. PERFUMES, TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES, HOOKS and STATIONERY, WALL PAPER Paints, Oils And Glass. .Mj Mock Is complete In every department, and my prices are as low as tlie lowest. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY* COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOURS.“Cn South Main Street, - 1-1 - LAMAR, COLORADO F. C. Descent & Co., REAL ESTATE A IST ID DO A GENERAL RU>IXESS IN REAL ESTATE. •«> Surveylnjt and Ix*catlnc Government Lands a Specialty. Complete Abstracts and Pints of I .ami- in tills Land District. ; SOUTH MAIN STItKET, 11 LAMAR, COLO. Geo. Trommlitz & Co, I Government Land Looatore. I Town Lots a specialty. RANK OK YVESTERN KANSAS, CARDEN CITY*. KAN . RKFEtREKCK RANK OF LAMAR, LAMAR, COL. LAMAR, RENT COUNTY, - <OLORADo City Mont Market. D. S, VAN QSS3AIE, Proprietor, Tlie choicest beef and smoked • meats, fresh vegetables, and every thing found in a first-class market. South of Track, MAIN ST. Lamar, Co'orado.