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At Law [•ra. tioe in nil the Federal Courts. s.",| ( li••r** cl |>M>“ secured. Pension* elicited, Patent* Moured. Col. littion j* :i specialty. Cotests, etc. All buaineaa prom|>llv —attended to.— a MAR, - - COLO. A. Morich. ihoemaker Kepteffing Neatly Douc, SOUTH OF RAIIJtOAD, uun, CO ORAM. -F.V3BER ROOFING— 'ire Proof Water Proof Vueqoalod for hoa<e* barn* and all .Ming*, for either flat or steep of*. Par Mtirnate* or farther particular* piv to J M. McMillan. imar, - - Colo. A E. ENT & CO leal Estate A LOAN SROKERS. SOUTH MAIN STREET, ja.rn.ELr. Colo. JOHN W KRIGER, TTOBHET AT LAW. over Fir»t National Bank U*t. - •- . rOLOKAD A. M NICHOLAS TTO It.YE Y AT la ir XORTH MAIN street. 11l - . OOL«>l»An«> DR. J. S. HASTY, V’** I* 0 Ttrng ■lor*. l.*mM,(>l« L F. E. Irwin, Civil and Hydraulic Engineer. h “'-y CJoviraty Surveyor »nd Blue Prints KxeiUle** »*h Short Notice. *V AND LAND SURVEYING A SPECIALTY. North Main atreet, MAR, C >LO . L. HIMES, ttor.ney-at-i.aw AND Money +^ k Loan. ATTKNTIOH fIIVEX COLLEC TION* UAR, ... ... .;. COLO. oTgThessT ittaraej ui Couacilor it Lit. . . . COLORADO. M fifteen yer.r# e*perl*nce In active •" ’inboiii state and U. S. Conrt*. ECIaI - ATTENTION GIVEN TO CON TEs fS IN U. 8. LAND OFFICE. totoiini fraslj Attended to LOCAL NEWS. Tie up vour dog. It will b« Wolcott county. I)usty when the wind blow**. Mr. Colburu moved Thursday. Chariie Quits ba* gone to Utah. Duly four saloons iu town now. Pay day on the ditch next week. Washington'* Birthday uext Fri day. In a cold day when Lamar gets left. Freight recipts keep «p at the depot. The masquerade ball was pont poned. Very few vacant dwelling bouses in town. Rain enough to lay the dust fell Monday. J. L. Matthew* moved hi* store Monday. A. Kornnuu aa* at Las Auitna* Tuesday. The lender!eel are getting there all right. Dig bait and go tithing in about two week*. Lamp light oow at twenty minute* lo six p. in. A number of cowboy* in town W edneaday. O. Royal i* threshing oat* on A. K. Bent’* farm. C. G. Couiant was at Pueblo a day or two this week. Mr. Little ha* moved lo the north* west part of town. Mi** Kdilh Craddock expect* to go to Denver noon. Receiver Jvtiock was up to Pueblo the tii»t of the Week. J. H. Holmes li*a been at Pueblo •everal days thi* week. The grmger hi* taken the country and he nas come to stay. F. B. Koen returned from the east (he for part of the week. The lisMT Couarr Kaoi.stka will be enlarged next month. The Christian brick church should completed th.*- spling. C M Morrison, of Fori Garland, »>• in lo * n Wednesday. A. Mont h will close his shop uex( •i. nth and farm tbi* year. S. Ifarret drive* one *>f the best t arns that come* in town. There ha* been service* at the church every night this week Mr. s*wrifi appears to be a very popular man in the legi*Utute. Ben. Colthar returned Tuesday morning from a trip to Trinidad. K. W. Fuller i* repairing hi* fence and getting ready for spring work. Thco.' P lloud a farmer twenty mile* south, was in town Wednes day. R. O. White expect* to complete his contract ou the Ueuiy ditch to day. We hear it stated that I. 11. Holmes will opeu a real estate office in Pu eblo. Cedar posts from the cedars *outl» are coming iu by Me many wagon | load*. Several wagon* with overland land j hunters on board wer* iu town Wed* j nesday. S. D. Rail writes that he has met a number of old I.*wa friend* at Denver. Capt. J. J. Muuger was iu town Monday, he report* Palmer Lake flourishing. The windy month of March the most disagreeable of the year will soon be here. The show that was to show here Monday uight fell by the w.y.ldo and didn’t »how. The next bridge put up for Lamar will bo located not far from a line with Main street. A good many valentine* passed through the poatoffice Thursday, they were mostly comic. Money is getting plenty, judging by the deposits at the Merchants State Bank this week. M. L. Swift & Co.’s wagon and carriage room on the uorth side was takes down tins week. J S. Porter’s faintly will return from the east in the early spring and join him at .Monument. Charlie Baldwin and Ben. Daniels w(n t fifteen miles nmth Thursday after five men who had lioen having trouble up there, they got them. I Bad colds prevail, a good many j children 1 have been out of school ou j that account this week. Mrs. Walter Black, ol Hooky Ford, i« visiting her fither’s family Mr. W. I. Craddock this week. W. A. Downing was in town Wed nesday after a load of freight for the Ivellogg ranch uear Wildo. Neither ye editor or the help in the oflice were slighted Valentine day. Wc got some daisies. The Henry ditch will be ready for water about the middle of March if tbo weather continues good. C. M Johnson is an admirer of thoroughbred chickens, and has some beauties of the bantam breed. Farmers a few miles south, are anxious to have the proposed new south side ditch put through this year. B. M. Webster, ot Denver, has been in town the t>ast week taking orders for the Practical Home Phys ician. C. W. McKevnolds at one time station agent here, holds a like posi lion on the Midland in the moun tains. There is more confidence at this time in the Wolcott bill becoming a law, than there has be* n ot any time in the past. The farming interest will yet be in power in Colorado, and eastern Colo rad*» will be the influence most sought after. The old Granada Graphic oflice was shipped from here Tuesday to Walsenhurg to be used in Mr. Mu gilt's new psjH»r. It in ilis* .in- f. el like making gar den to -t p into .J I. Matthews* seed store and see the great stock and v triety he has on hand. Arrangements should he made to have tlie water turned in the city ditches next month, unless it should turn out to be a wet month. The case «.f ass mil of Mr-. Wilder against H. Chadeaynne was tried twice this week, both times the jury failed to agree on a verdict. W ire under obligations to Speak er Eddy for a copy of his speech on tti- amend- nt of the constitution of Colorado, he favors amendment. J. L. I.uce who has a farm and a timber claim a few miles south-west of town, came down troni Denver where he has been at work Monday. A screen "u the peanut hopper at Fred Lee*-, has paused a let up on th • sampling habit, so prevailant with the public and so detrimental to Fred.’s profits. Fred. Lee haves next Wednesday f..r Winterset, lowa, where lie will be married the 27th, and return to Lamar early in March, at least this is the way we understand it. The fine days Sundays we have been having lately, has again started the people to the timber for their Sunday walk, the groves north of town are a great attraction to Lamar. Attorney G»*". L. Himes has the satisfaction of after five years work, securing $1,600 back pay and an in crease f pension from four to twen ty-four dollars a month for his father. The Christian church social that was to have been held the evening of the 22nd at the residence of C. C. Goodale has been postponed until the evening of the 26th at the same place. J. D. Turner attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge A. O. U. W. as a delegate at Colorado Springs this week, he was much pleased with the meeting and enjoyed the trip very much. We frequently hear it asked why the commissioners did not send the county attorney to Denver to repre sent them instead of going them selves on the county record business. We give it up, can’t say. Hardware at cost at C. D. Bald win’s. 34-tf. Harness repaired at C. D. Bald win 1 .. 34tf. NOTICE: —I havo ordered and will keep 111 Block a large and full assortment of garden, grass am] field seeds, and will he prepared to fill all orders for anything in the seed line. 34.37. J. 1. Matthews. Everything found in the harness and saddle lino at C. D. Bald win’.. ALIAS NOTIOB. U. 8. Land OlUrc I.Hinur, Colorado. January. 14th, lf*<S. Complaint having boon entered at this of fice by Kredrtc-k W. Burger aguingt til son b, C. Smith for abandoning his Homestead En try No. 872, dated April 19, 1887, upon the S. E. I < Section ‘i9. Township 21 S. Range 47 »V., in Bent County, Colorado, with a view to the cancellation of said entry, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 22nd day of March, 1889, at 9 o'clock a. la., to respond and furnish testimony con ceruiag said alleged abandonment FRANK 1* ARBUCKLE, ii JW. Register. Alias Jfotica-liabs: Culture. U. 8. Land Office. Lamar, Colorado, January, 14th, 1889. Complaint having been entered at tills of fine l»v Joseph I*. Bishop against Clara K. Lehr to. failure to comply with law as to limber- Culturu Entry No. jf‘JB, dated August 18, !M7, upon the N. 1-2 N. \V. 1-4 and N. 1 2 N, K. 1-4 Section 14, Township 'JO S. Range 16 W. t in Bent County Colorado, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleg ing that said Clara E. Lehr him wholly failed to plow or cause to be plowed five acres on said tract the first year after entry according to the law governing tree claim entries and the Mime remains unplowed up to this dutc, tli<> said nartic* are hereby summoned to up fiear at this office on the 22nd day of March 889, at 9 o'clock a. in., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. FRANK I*. ARBUCKLE, 35-38. Register. NOTIOB. U. 8. Land Office Lamar, Colorado, Jan. 2nd. I*B9. Complaint having been entered at this office t*v Frank K. Irwin agulnst Andrew (i. Miller for abandoning Ida Homestead Entry No. 1800, dated at Lamar, Colo., June 29.1887. upon the N. E. 1-4 Section 15, Township 22 s. Range 4*.» W.. In Bent Conntv, Colo., with a view to the canellation of said entry, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the atn dav of March. 18h», at 9 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. FRANK I*. ARBUCKLE. Register. Geo. L. Himes, Att’y for Contestant. 33-36. L± Nctice-'Tifflber Culture. U. 8. Land Office Lamar, Colorado, _ Jan. 12th, 1889. - ('omplalnt having been entered at tills of flee by Rolan Bowser against Frank 11. Holt for failure to comply with law us to Timber Culture Entry No. 1649, dated September Ist, 18*6. upon the N. E. 14 Section 5, Township 24 ». Range 47 W., in Bent County, Colorado, with a view to the cancellation of said entry ; cniit*-t:mt alleging that said Frank 11. Holt has failed to break, plow or cause to be bro ken or plowed five acres of said tract during the second year of said entry or to cultivate the first five acres broken, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this Office on the 21st day of March. 1889, at 9 o’clock a. in., to icspond and furnish testimony con cerning said alleged failure. FRANK F. ARBUCKI K. Register. I). Zltnertnan, Att'y for Plaintiff. 36-39. Notioe-Timber Culture. U. 8 Laud Oifice Lamar, Colorado. Jan. 2nd. 1889. Complaint having been entered at this of fice bv William A. Worthley of Caddoa, Bent Co . Colo., against Daniel C. I.yndc for failure tocomply with law as to Timber-Culture En try No. i">7* dated Pueblo, Colo.. December 24tb, 1886, upon the 8. E. 1-4 Section 10. Town shii> -22 S. Range 49 IV., in Bent Countv, Colo., with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant allegln • that suid Ituniel C l.ynde lias failed to cultivate. to crop or otherwise the first five acres of breaking done In first rear of said entry and also has failed to plow dr break an a lditiona! five acres of said land during second year of entry; these being re • ptlfemi-nts of the I'linber Culture law. the -aid parties are hereby summoned to appear at this otfico on the 2nd day wf March 1889, at 9 o’clock a. in . to respond and furnish testi mony concerning said alleged failure. FRANK P-ARBUCKLE. Register. Mrs. 11. C. Rood. Att’y for Contestant. 33-34. Notioe-Timber OvxltVLr®. U. 8. Land Office, Lamar, Colorado, Jan. 2nd, 188«. Complaint having been entered at this office by Mrs. Stella E. Morris against John I*. Lyndc for failure to comply with law as to Timber- Culture El try No. 2979 dated at Pueblo, Colo., l»ce. 24. 1886. upon the s. \V. 1-4 Section 11, Township 22 8. Range 49 \V . In Bent County. Colo., with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that suid John P. l.ynde bus failed to plow, break or cultivate the five acres of land required bv law during the first year of suid entry and has ulso failed to plow the five acres required by law during the second year of said entry and said failure exist up to tlie present date, the said parties are hereby s miimned to appear at this office on the stli dav of March 1889, at 9o’clock a in., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. FRANK P. ARBUCKLE. Register. Geo. I. H!mes, Att’y for Contestant. 33-36. Lots or Money. Your money is ready, spot cash loans on final proofs and deeded lands Goodalk <fc Cooper. tf. L. R. WHITE. Shockey, Grant Go., Kans. Is a breder of Thoroughbred Brown and White Leghorn Chickens, the Ply moth Rock and Light Brahtnas, and is prepar ed to furnish SETTINGS OF EGGS From these breeds at one dollar per setting. All orders care fully packed and ship ped by express. Physician and Surgeon. LAMAR, - COLO. Dr. G. W. Tidwell, Office Up Stairs in Godding Block. Lamar, - • Colo. BURGER HOTEL. F. W, BURGER, Prop. NVHTP WAlfc *T, » 1.411A1, OOtO- This Is a uew house, newly fitted find fur nished throughout. Tables supplied with the best the market Affords. Boarding by day or week. Parties proving up before the I Land Office will be made a rutc of $l.OO per day. BROS., REAL ESTATE LOAN AND INSURANCE, FARM & CITY LOANS A SPECIALTY, 1 £■ Settlers located on government lands. Investments made for eagtern par ties. Timber-Claims cultivated for non-residents. Farm and City Insurance. Legal papers acknowledged. Land Office tilings made out. Contests made. Prompt attention given to ail business. FOE THE KANSAS INVESTMENT CO* Office over Bank of Lamar. LAMAR. - - - COLORADO. Stock Exchange, RESTAURANT —and — LUNCH COUNTER Wines, Liquors, and Gigars Floloert Prop. Old R,eliei/fc>le STORE, NEW GOODS a. Full .Lin.© of Groceries Coffees, Sugars, Teas, Dry Salt And Smoked meats. Flour, Grain. Canned Goods. Dried Fruits, Crackers, Cheese and E YEB Y THING TO BE FO UND In sl grocery store J. J. MUNGER, NORTH UAIN ST. LAMAR, - COLO.