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FOB SALS BY Jmssso bio's. & Oeaorsst. An Immnaia Ltlnnof Finn' and Wind Janssen Bro’s. L Demorest. lUv* juai rrc*iffii thrir tpriig STOCIv O'-' TIIK Horkford Sh urs, ara ih® finaai line «v«r hmoglit lo Ijtatr, an«l aolJ clu-ap 0. G. HESS, dtsuj id irtir it Ut LAVaR. • - COUHIAIIO ■a® kU mn* y®ara • apart*®*® la la tooth lui« a*4 C. I. l u«n». tract a u im»Tto« uiu» n» com a run n c. ». ui(i< omn blctlci frmilr ittaM to Attention!! l<t>ikM|Kfa u 4 ikon iataadiag - ta ka«p kaaa®, E.J.Rabb raaaivad a fall tad ean plala haa #f FUBNITUBI * » Aa4 aaa saitmblv famiah lh# fineat k*u« #r aoat bumbla claim aiianij. MaC Tbay alao kaaula. ■*r» • bulk Main Street, OOLO. 1-41 Chas. Eeitler, DIALER IK D*Y GOODS, MJLINERY, CMTKINC, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, C.A.FS and QOEEESWARE. lartk Mala Street. Si'mar,©olo. Local Notes. R-Sinter Muntl.j-, April foul d*y to morrow. Cu» elrctiou nrn TufkUj-. It in lime to ine lilue-srse*. To-morrow ia Hot,, Run Jay, A cold ware wee with a. Moo d»y. K " wr *SX* ere l little high thia rear. Sheet and pillow-cmae hall next week. K. J Rabh ia getting in hia auriui' -tawaadt. “ Mr.. 11. 1.. Swift ia nailing in Kails**. Kegi.trr orxt M judaj or you can '|sUT ute. , l> C. Mai krr ia putting up a car- H. C St. John returned to Garden Lily Tuesday. r# * Descent returned from SaliJa Tuesday. Harn>d rrUrued from a trip O Ohio. I ue>d«ir. 3 Ihe A. 1). l \\\ lod.'tj will givr uuoih. r *.»uiu 1 he Ok.-a.ur i« abroad iu the Dud, treat linn kindly. Ihe moat disagreeable month of the year »nJ« today. Kr«nk Kxinir bad legal business ; up the ro.*d Wednesday. | C. C. Goodale went to Denver on , bneinraa MotiJay mghl. Neir a tree t crossings are being put J «n ou south Main street. Mr. Y’*aZ «nt, formerly of this city, iiaa been iu town ail week. Ilrarenl Jt ar* opening a rral relate otlioe at l’ueblo. April »howe'e bring May flovari and it looka like ahuweriog. The Board of Trade has done aome good work for Lamar ihie Weak. Rev. y •rrealwr held Episcopal ser- | vice* here \\ cduesJ »y evening. A new aide track »a* laid Sunday au J thw J-jh.i cars moved ou it. \). Z-üßn man occupies for an office the room vacated by A. Dealer. Mr. Frank Holmes aud Mi»a Apple Myers wore married last Sunday. I L. Maxwell County Assessor went up to Las Auioiaa Thursday. Joe. Newiand got hack from Beth any. Missouri, Wednesday morning. Judge Chadeavne aud Dr. Cum rnings were up to La* Auuuaa Tata day. Two new street crossings were put down on eorth Main street tbi* Week. Mr. Hanson has a new rowf on his blacksmith shop and ia at work agaiu. 'I hr foundation atone work for the new hotel, w a» let Tuesday te M. 11. Thomas. See the Mayor’* notice posted up a)»oot lowu relative to stock ruuuing at large. Charlie Mechler editor of the Springfield llerald was a caller Thursday. The renmauta of the burned cars were loaded Tuesday to be sent to the abopa. Qaite a number are talking about going on the excursion to Folsom, New Mexico. A number of young men in town are making arrangement* to organize a minstrel tioupe. There has been bat few farmers iu town this week, they are all busy plowing and plautiug. Capt. Hall president of the Lamar Slate Bank came down from the west Tuesday eveuiug. Mr. Crawford has moved his feed atsrs up even with Ciolladay’a livery, and put in a new frost. The hills oa the south, and the timber on the north afford very good wind breaks for the town. Uobt. Loaden returned from Leba non, Illinois, a few days ago, aud will remain here until fall. D. E. Cooper is having ground prepared at hia residence to set out au orchard, aud small fruits. Lens Loeb the electric girl wa» here Friday aud Saturday nights of last week, she drew good houses. Everybody is setting oat trees this spring. if u«t everybody nearly everybody, and everybody should. The celebraiedCowboy Band from Dodge City, parsed through here go ing to aud trout Denver this week. GRAND EXCURSION TO FOLSOM, NEW MEXICO, APRIL 9th, 1888 TO ATTEND SALE OF LO IS APRIL 10th, 1818. ONLY ONE FARE FROM LAMAR AND LAS ANIMAS, TO FULSOM AND RETURN. Apply to OOOUALK ft'cnoPßß, LAMaB, COLORADO. I*. S. Lynch ha* *et oMt on his farm this week one hundred and fifty fruit ircee ami aa many grape cut* tinjfa. William D. Shaw hat been ap pointed agent f..r Canon City coal »t this pi are, giving B * lwo m g elltg fpr~liiat Br-a. Daniel* w.ia home a few day* ihi* week, be an<J Jack. Flood have Ihmsb down lo lagaii* for lea days on J. J. Arnold, a first-class barber from Garden City, will open a bar ber ebop to-day, one door north of Mungcr’t store. The manager of the Ferguson •Ugs line report* travel aouib im proving. Ihe slages go oUI loaded every morning. Walter Straiter, of Dodge City, ha* bought a half interest in the h.l - aaioou, and will be here next kloeday to »uj. “I’m a candidate for Alderman. Nnw-iuiud-you-wliatl say. Take off your coat and vast year yote fer uie ou election day.” K. W. Fuller benght three hundred fence posta Monday aod received a car from iriuidad Tuesday, he in tends to fence his claim. A row of shads tree* have been •et out in front ami aloug the north •id# of the residence block of Meear*. Morehouse, E.sou, Decker aud Por ter. The change in time of passenger train* bring* u* the Denver dalies the day they are priuled, giving u* the new* sixteen hours earlier thaii before. Col. Torn. Dunn, the artist that manages the restaurant department at the Stock Exchange leaves for bis home in Kiugston, Canada to morrow. There is no small city ia the west that has a tiuer Main street, than Lamar, graded aud drained, bard • aaootb road, good croaaing* aud sidewalk*. Episcopal Easter Services will be held at the residence of Register K. P. Arbnckle to-morrow at 11 o'clock a.in , general invitation extended te the public. Now that Canon coal is again *eld in this city, it is expected the attend ante at church will he larger. Trini dad coal and Christianity don't abide in the same town. Col. Hickman was in town Thurs day and stated that hi* contest ca*e for Treasurer had been decided in hi* favor. The ca»e will probably now go to tbc Supreme court. Mis* Minnie Hinkle has received her first invoice of spring millinery good*, and ha* epenrd them for the present at her dressmaking room* two duors north of F. P. Arbuckle’s residence. Conductor Thompson who run out of Dodge City both ***l and west on the Santa Fe road for the past eight years, is now running a passenger train from Dodge to Raton. Mr. Thompson is not only one of the most reliable aud trusted conductors on the road, but is very popular with the traveling public. a meeting of the directors and shareholders of the Lamar State Hank held ou the 28th iast. in the office of the bauk, it waa determined to change the name of the hank, aad oa and aftar the Sd of April the bank will be known a* ‘‘The Cilixeos Bauk.” The same officers remain in charge, and the business will be con ducted a* usasl. Thera is still a good deal of dis cussion as to who will be the candi dates for conncilmen next Tuesday, and the tickets will probably not be decided an before Monday, a number of good men are mentioned, all of whom would be satisfactory to as, so far bat ane man has baen settled on and that is J. S. Porter, we bear his same will be on both tickets, whether it is or not enough voters have expressed themselves in favor of him to elect him. He has been a resident of the town sinee it was started, he is recogaised as a careful business man, aud is not an office §**ker. Ho should bo eleolod. TRXJBTBJaa SJLZ^HS. K iL? mb * th W. Cole and Calvary H. £?in^SJ th K ®„°?“I* y of Bc,,t >» «»»• "tale of c V f,l,n tru-t d «*"i dated xiieStnii (laj mt June A. D.. IM7 and racorde-l 2£ 'lB d .hi y^ f *l}*>• IWf7 ; ,n »«ok 7. oJ«« tV , ( ?,l o r ' l' ■r ,' ®*«« o/ »*Jd Bent conn BihStaTSSlfeJS?®"*?* - ** Andr ® w Kornman, *" d •Jx-CMNon’ In trust the A * ft T, r d ®■X' r * h «d to secure to Ihr ?“>*»•»« «>' tlialr Joint piotnlaorv not* of even date with tlie Mi l JfjSJf d *r, a for the principal .urn of two hm - with # ” ,x ™ 0,u1, » after date c.'nt “* . U iT r **® of elKhtewu (IS) p-r Tn -"PJ 1 !" trom date, and It la provided t n^i. U * •* ild ,ru,t d ** d that la chm of de J22J2 P ‘^ me “* «f ““id ooie or any part VSSEI / V?® Intereat thereon a. 2Sd 1 £oa-*° th *.. Unor ®" d e««*t of h "®2® ° n the application of the , holder of said note, the eald grantee or I ?«; Te:^ t * r hmvla » «n»M f » uewei.aper publish* In the miT «ndHt-^ r '“®.' U ‘l 00u,, *7 of Bent, shall JJI °. f th ®. Premises. a»<> «i*iu».m«F iV t l , f 1 heneilt aud equity of re deiaptlnn of said g an tec* their heirs and a* ael mVi.Vti-* 41 H u , bMu anctlon. at the oreuil Vk i . °, f l * m “’ lB ‘he state of Goto- Uui Vli° r ‘l*® hlwhevr and heat pri«-e the same aald°dUfc , ?-2 IWh mt fh ® t,m e appointed In aald «d\eruaemeni. aud whereas default has -!a n «JS“ d 5 i h ®. r-ym-at of the principal ‘ni i' jußpid* *“ d '* ov " h *‘? Br therefore the aald Andrew Kornman du, y and legally uaslgued the said protmaor> note and truet deed to uae aud • rs'“Jf the legal bolder wf the iume, by virtue Pf-W? P®?" r * nd . athorlty conferred upon *hMt b | w»n d * n i? t d l ** d J hereby give norice !“** *7“'V“ Monday the 7th day of May A. V .»**.»* the hour of 10 o'clock a.m., of naM the premises heralnafter described. ?fi r rV C "2 ‘he bidder for cash the f. llu» „ r described property treat: 1-ot !i thirty debt (Mj In the origin l-niitar, Colorado, for the purpose ",f "atd '“**<■ and accrued interest *'J®i®**“ u, # d f»« »ale. together with all the ezpenae of thU advertisement and sale.com mi»*i<>na and nil other uzpenaee of trust, In eluding ail inoucys advanced for taxes and •ther Itens Lamar, Colo., March Sftth A. D.. ISM I’ULBh J. KOILSMAN. Trustee. ■lvotion Notio» -SpsaiKi. Notice Is hereby given that at tbe annual municipal election to be held in tbe town of l.amar, on Tueeduy, the 3d day of April, 13*1. there u to be elected one Trustee to All the vacancy caused by the resigns! os of U. H. >an<)rsdale from the Board of Trustees, In addition to the officers named In tbe uotice of election heretofore published. Signed ibis totli day of March IMS. r. W. BUwUKIt, Mayor. Bl#OtlOn MotlO*. Notice Is hereby given tnatthe annual elec tion of oibcers In and for the town of lutuiar will be held In said town ou Tnesdey the third day of April, IMS, between the hours of seven e clock a. m.. and seven o'clock p. m., fpr the purpose of electlug a Mayor for the term of one year; two Taustees for the term or three years; au<l tine Trustee for tbe term of two year to All tire vacancy caused by tbe resig nation of V. W. Burger. Given under tuy band at my ofUce In Lamar this eth day ef Marcu. A. L>., unm. Ur. U. W. Tidwell, Offics Up Stairs in Godding Block. Lamar, . . Colo. Lots or Konoy. Your uiwiiey is ready, spot cash loans on final proofs and deeded lands Gooualx <k Coopbk. tf. JuiiKsea Bros. A Deraorest sell •hose than auyons in town. Give ibeiti a call. A fall line of pumps aad wind ■ills at Hvddleeteu Jk Welch, tf Do not forget to go to Janesen Bros, ib Demurest for your hats. A large assortment of the celebrated Lion hatn always ou hand. Z Will Smll ett Cost For the next 2U days Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dry Goode, Carpets and furniture. Kkmkmbks it will only last for 20 dayh. and if yoe want Uahuains okt hkbs. 36-37. Chas. Kkitllr. Gents neckwear of all the latest styles to be had at Jausseu Broe. Jk Demores t. A car of plows and implements at Huddleston A Welch's. tf For a fine assortment of flannel, dress aud fancy colored shirts call ou Jsuesen Bios. A Demoreet. WIKI, For Invalids a great strengthening medicine unfrmuented, house manu factured by Win. Harper, guaranteed to be pure wild grape juice recom mended b» M. I)V, lor sale ouly at the City Drug Store. 2 37 tf. Go to Janssen Bros. A Dwmorest for clothing. The best stock in town at very low prices. A car of tail let and cane seed mt Huddleston A Welch's. tf FOR SALK:—A second band cook stove. Enquire at this office. Tennessee Amber Sorghum Seed at Muneer’s. A csr of gasoline stoves at Hud dleston A Welch's. tf Alfalfa seed at M. L. Swift A Co. German Millet StsJ at Muflgcrs A car load of wire at Huddleoton A Welsh's. tf. Ninety day Corn at Manger's. Quick Meal gasolin# stoves are sold by Huddlestou A Welch, tf. Flax seed at M. L. Swift A Co. Gmr4en Seeds ia Balk at Hunger'*. Quick Meal gasoline stoves at Huddlestou A Welch. tf. Garden seed in bulk at M. L. Swift A Cm. A Carload of Potatoes at Monger’s. “Quick Meall” at Huddleston A 1 Welch’s. Buy seeds grown in Colorado for ealo by M. L. Swift A Co. 11. G. Button, C. A. Button. Manager. J. E. Button. CONTRACTORS 1 BUILDERS. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Goo«l bond* furuiahe<l on contracta and all work guaranteed, bokool Ilouacs, Court llonaea and Public Building? a Specialty. Office in Godding Block, NEAR DEPOT UP STAIRS CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. LAMAR, * COLO. Kauch Loama. r. C. DUSOKNT. Waeeral Agt THE Smnar genius Investment COMPANY, STOCK 50,000** orriCKsa.- ROWtRT W. HTEKL. l‘r»« Dtivar, OltrMU. Wll.l.laU H. MALONE, vlce-Pros. and Troas., Dnnvar, Colorado PATRICK J. DUGAN. Mfcc’y i Colorado. DIRECTORS: ROBERT W. STEEL DaaTtfr. Colorado. Win. 11. M M.ONK. Ixin.ver, Colorado. r. J. V. Mi IKK. D«u»«r, Colorado. K. C. DESCENT Lamar, Colorado. P. J. DUGAN Lamar, Colorado. Can Place $1,000,000.00 on Final Proofs in Araphoe, El bert, Bent and Las Animas Counties. Principal Offico Rooms S 3 and 34 Tabor | opera Honao Block, Dourer, Colorado. | Branch Office Lamar, Colorado . wToTHir Has a Full Stock of Groceries, Queensware, Glass. VIBE, UUIPS, lOTIOIf ETC. S. Main Sreet. Lamar, Colo. Mrs; m m wmmm TEACHER OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. Lessons Given on Piano or Organ, either at Pupils Home or my Rooms. INSTRUMENT FOR PUPILS TO PRAGTIGE OH. TERMS REASONABLE. Lamar - - Colo. Janssen Bro’s, & Demo rest, >-S >**-D£ALERS ZXOH—»|< dents, Boys and Youth's Cloteing. dents Famishing Goods, Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes and Fine Driving Gloves. ASENTS FOR THE Celebrated Rockford Shoes and Lyon Eats. WE lIAVK SAMPLES FROM CUSTOM TAILORS IN ST.; LOUIS AND CHICAGO, AND CAN HAVE A NOBBY SUIT MADE TO ORDER AT 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN LATE TAILOR PRICKS. Opposite U. S. Land Office, NORTH MAIN STREET, .... LAMAR, COLO W. W. LOUDEN. DRUGGIST City Drug Store. XOETH KAH STEER. 'j r | Lamir, ..... o»l*r*4*.