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next Tuesday* ■ A ~, 1 ....:iking rain last Sunday. K .. -I .riu ill.- past three .lays. Hi; , next Tuesday fur the city ■ [I was up to l’ueblo Ki. jay- M. N icholas went io Denver He*hy. cloudy with :i little ram ]• t • ri< Vs ■! iv was not celebrat- Lamar. C Cash, of Granada, was in Vies day. ■t Tuesday. H- . *..1 • • i iinc d ‘ I'’ morning. v -, k i lock hi* bcvii down J for a week. I'. .V buckle went to 1...* An.- ■* >1 oi; lay evening. H. V :ai« ! . i- a lew j*• l *• * K. Culver is the I*. M. B; ... M ■ f made a trip to La* ■unv Tu *day evening. By. '.. 4 i K Stiver returned :u: Bn-*- Thursday morning. Bg ; - I;>!i.*w has been made de- insj-ov-'or G. A. I*. ■V; i'.v sheriff 1 >:w.iels has been Hl'a- hlo on business tin a Week. B D. St. wart was -!•••' B c ky Fur l Sunday and Muday, ■a It. Black and A. lv Bent were BlhiiVtr several day* this week. Bp r d.iy* .v 1 nights woit-of c‘|'.i »: B • A \t -let rday an 1 day h i' :e B}' . i I.*e left Wedne-day m wm: B Winter* t, I >»a, *■ • g *. ■ • B» 4 »i hye old b-u Anima.*, y»u Bi ha%« t > ru-tlo for a living u B*vu»t cover gets bft rem-Mb- Bu. it mn be m*n y m our ■ Ki'v It i- >i:-i u ' B ■ a It ■ I HT.t- I.a Junta people are roj-u - k over being cut oil from L.> : B. mas, ■Fourteen teams were put to work B the private ditch west of tow;; B«»dav. ■ M J. Smith editor nf the Putrid-- Berry World made u» a pleasant cal g~d»y |j. II Blackman, H. M. Orm and Bb Vorua of Caddoa we* iu town Barsday. ■ lien. Collhur went to Waßenburg Batsday night, expecting to return Bxt week. ■A. V. Scott formerly of this city ■ now at Denver, aud expect* lo re- Bxiu there. ■ The small-pox scare in over at Lns Boimaa. Everybody is corre*| on !- B& l y happf. ■ There w ill be a meeting «>f the G. B li Boston next Thursday evening B their hall. B County attorney O. G. Hess has Bad legal bu»itic*s at L is Amman the But three days. I The Athletic Club gave a grand Bill Thursday night in honor 61 Brower* county. I l>. B. Brown President of the Mer chants State Bank went to Denver ■Tuesday morning. I 0. G. Ilesa returned from a pro ■e«sional tnp to the San Luis valley ■he fore part of the week. I Alex. Janssen left last week to m&ke a six week’s trip for an Ate hi ion house soiling clothing. Somebody will be disappointed When Governor Cooper appoints t!io officers for Prowers county. Mr§. Fred. Schmidt and littl daughter Julia loft Wednesday night : for a visit at Topeka, Kansas. •f. \V. Dei of this; phi- e*, is rcp jiAfj'voing w*. I! in the r eal e.-tate business at Pueblo. The anti-division men probably do £ ot know what to think of the turn °f affairs in county division matters. Vesterday marshal Spngg, Charlio Alford and a pig made a mile dash a nd repeat. They caught the pig. Register next Tuesday or you will j have to prove by two witnesses that JOQ are a voter. Kocky Ford was defeated in their as pirations for county seat, but J. E. Nodding is well repaid for the work did for Lamar as lie has a great deal of property here. DENVER EXCURSION. | The Santa Fo Route will sell tick | eta to Denver and return at one fare for the round trip on April Oth, good for return rtntil April 1 lth, on ac count of celebration of the laying of Corner Stone of new Masonic Tem ple, April Stb. A. C. Brown of Wilde, is in town to-day. J. 11. Homes returned from Ogden last evening. Joe. Sparrow came down from Pu eblo last night. A Uim%* style ditcher arrived here yesterday for Koen Bros. Perry McMillen has taken a place 'villi Geo. T. Herbert in tho store. Baled alfalfa hay brings ten dol lars a ton at La Juuta, the loose hay a dollar less on the ton. The city election takes placo April second, when under tho new law a mayor aud six trustees are to be elect* (Hi. There are two new operators at the depot, the two that have been on duty left for Portland, Oregon, Wednes day night. % 11. G. Button came down from Las Aninxa* TUi? lay and will go to worn on M. D. Parmcnter’s new store room. C. C. Good ale, B. 11. Brown, A. M. Nicholas and the editor of the Reg ister came down from Denver | Wednesday night. The man who makes a living inde pendent of political positions sees a great deal of enjoyment when the Other fellows are In the worry. The county seat festival that was to have been at the M. K. church last night was postponed on account of bad weather until Monday night. Several small prairio tires not far from town Ur ly, if the grass was >1 ?. wool I 1 1 IV ■ Q bi ' tire- Among hot* most entitled t- the thanks of Lamar for their untiring work to divide tho county aud make Lunar a county scat is our state sen ator lion. D. C. Bailey. There will boa meeting of the W. C. T. U. ladies at the residence of Mrs. John Graham on Thursday of next week, a full attendance is re ijocilcd by the president and secre tary. We are now m Prower couuty which necessitates a change in the heading of this paper, and to more deftitritely locate our publication we shall in the future issue as the Lamai: Register. Tho republicans of La Junta have made a call for a mans meeting for the purpose of endorsing candidates for the different offices in that pre cinct that are in tftc gift of tlio Na tional administration. E. E KLtem, of Greenup, Illinois, K. J. Barnes and R A. Walker, city, j. A. Venable and F. D. Andrews Eads, Fred. Bask Paradox, and J. B. Lee Granada were registered at the Burger Hotel yesterday. Tho next social ot the Christian church will bo entertained at the residence of C. C. Goodale on Friday evening March 29th. Ice cream and cake willl bo the refreshments served. Everybody is cordially invited to at tend. Our representative Hon. James Swift has worked hard throughout ♦bo session of tho legislature in the interest of his county, and wc of Lamar have particular reason t<s be thankful for the work he has done for gs. After nearly three months hard work in the interest of what is now Prowers county and I.smar C. C. G >odalo has returned home to attend' to his private business with tho con sciousness that he hu dono well. He is justly entitled to tho grentful thanks of our people for the able as sistance he rendered Mr. Swift in se curing a division of Bent couuty. Colorado Metrological Society Uo port for week ending March 19th. March Min. Max. Bain 13 26 '•* T - ,4 34 09 J 5 29 «8 10 23 70 ]7 29 *5 l yg 33 04 I ,9 30 Geo. T. Herbert, Vol. OUcrycr. PARTIES HAVING PAPERED Rooms that are soiled < ax have the paper nice ly cleaned isy calling on EVERETT & HEATON tub pain feus and paper hang. ERS. 41-tf. TRUSTEB'3 3ALE. Whereas Oliver Royal, of the county of Bent uml state of Colorado, by his trust deed, • 1 •' f * • i "ii the 35tli day of September A. I> , and recorded on the '.*»’>th day of Septem ll,,r A. U.. K-vi, In liook numbered 4 pture tit!, ■' tin records of Dent eouuty, Coloraacf, dkl • ■: ■ ■ to Sarah J. Munger as TtUatea, and * In the evcut of her death,rcsi;oiation remov 'd from Bent county or refusal, or failure, or inability to act, thou to Geo. L. Hluu-s as sue ; *■<■■)-<!- in trust tlie following described real • o atw In l.:uuar, Beni countv, statu of Colo ■ 'DtB i blnM n nt) an i Coni W n (14) of Bio* ’a nundiered thirty-one (SI) of the towimt l.unutr, Colorado, Heeorillmr t«» the recorded pint of t -i • ' are th<- vmyment or one vrrotulsory note. m en with rid deed of trust,for sunt o| two ban I eri dollars -a Ith Interest on the saute at the rate"f twelve per cent. p«jr annum* said note being i ibletoJohnJ Hunger: and "'ll. n la 111 and by the said trust deed It eat ol default In the pay ment of tin- -ai 1 note or the interest thereon ••n th*- Ai.pll. uilon of the legal holder of said for 1 r -r - . . eaor In trust t- sell the said prop • rty at public mn-Mou on said premlM - m the i uoai . B-nt eonrity. C olorado, thirty day* public notice having 1,1 n pi ■ . - . . , in- it In one hf tin- nov s piper s at tat time published in said town of I I.am .r of tin- tluie and place of Mile. And whereas, default has been made In note and the interest • net lu accordance therewith; Now then-fore nest indonthe application of the to, 1 the undersigned i Himes, or in Trust, do here to mo- noth e. that 1 will proceed to sell l»y I public sueti'Oi the above >le«i rlbi d piopertv • u -aid described premier's on the 17tl» day of I - on- lioitl of ...,e O’clock p. in .of the paid day to the highest and best "* r >r * GEO. L. niMES. Successor in Trust. Dated this l»Uh day of March A. D., at p »i. SUMMONS. sTATe OK i OLOIUDO. - In the County . SS Court. liK.Vfc CoI'XTV. i < Harry farr. Plaintiff, 1 ' ' Emma V.Carr,Defendant, I The ft.eop»e Of the state Of Colorado. To ( . :•! a-.-. • t you bj tabo\. » • < --unty .••nit of Bent » ■ rty lays after I I . : e\. of th- da> of service t j i :_Min-!:r deiault will be taken e.Kiilnst y.-'i neeotd: ig to the prayer of the complaint, i. . n« ; 1 nature of this action is ms fol : ! ou the grounds of wilful desertlpn for nun m> Itund ~t I.amar, Colorado, A. M NBTIOI.AS. 57 Att.y for Plaintiff. LjOta or Iwlonoy. Your money i?i ready, spot cash ; . »ans on final proofs and deeded ! inda Go -dale <fc Cooper. tf. !I ir iv ;i at cost at C. D. Bald ■Mn’f. 3-i-tf. Harness repaired at C. D. Bald win’s. 34-tf. NOTICE: —I have ordered and will kcej, ill stock a large and full i-M .rti.u nt of garden, grass and field seeds, and will be prepared to fill ail Mrd i- for anything in the ae< d line. j :, J. L. Matthews. Everything found in the harness and saddle line at C. D. Bald win’s. 34-tf. L. R. WHITE, Shockey, Grant Go., Kans. ! Is a breder of Thoroughbred Brown and White Leghorn Chickens, the Plyiaoth Rock and Light Brahmas, and is prepar ed to furnish SETTINGS OF EGGS From these breeds at one dollar per sotting. All orders care fully packed ami ship ped by express. 2311, BEDmio Physician and Surgeon, LAMAR, - COLO- Dr. G. \V. Tidwell, Oftiee Up Stair- tn Godding Hlock. Lamar, - - Colo. burgee hotel. F, W. BURGER, Prop. NORTH MAIN -T. - LAMAB.COM). . Xb!al* nuevhou.il-, uewlv fitted and fur nlal <-.i throughout. Table)* supplied with th -"be-it the market affords. Boarding by Uiv or week. Parties proving up before the L»n 1 will be made a rate of $l.OO per day. IDo You Intorxca. to Plant Any Tliis Season? IF SO CALL AT THE LAMAR SEED HOUSE And Examine one of the Largest and test selected Stock of Colorado and Kansas grown seeds Ever in Lamar. Sane Seed, iiflat Seed, Broomcorn end Alfalfa Seed. * FINEST SEED CORN. Tree Seeds, Onion Setts <&. SVe Will Guarantee You Satisfaction as to QUALITY of Seed. We are Backed up by two of the Best SEED HOUSES in the West. MIL ANS SEE OUR STOCK, J. L. MATTHEWS, LAMAR, - COLORADO.