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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
■ ntered «t the Poatotlice at Lamar, Colorado, as Second-class Mail Matter. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT OHIO. B. MHRRILLi Editor and Puopbiktou. Scbsoription Ratks: One Year SI 50 Six Months 75 Three Months 50 Lamar, Colorado, September 20,1000 REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT william McKinley. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT. State Ticket. For Governor FRANK C. OOUDY For Supreme Justice . .G. C. BARTELS For Lieut. Gov PERCY S. RIDER For Secretary of State.. J. W. MILSOM For Treasurer ORSON ADAMS For Auditor JAMES 3. MURPHY For Atty. Gen CHASE WITHROW For State Supt Mum. IONE HANNA For Regents of University —CIIAS. R. DUDLEY and GEO. N. McCLURE For Presidential Electors — IRVING IIOWBErtT, T. S. McMURRAY, THOMAS F. WALSH and SIMON GUGGENHEIM. District Ticket. For Congresnnan H. M. IIOGG For State Senator M. Z. FARWELL For Representative N. N. McLEAN County Ticket For Commissioner.. .J. K. STEVENSON For Coroner FRED LEE Republican Rallies. Appointments have been made for meetings at tho following points to be addressed by speakers on the po litical issues of tho day: Enterprise School House, October 3, HON. M. Z. FARWELL, JUDGE J. K. DOUGHTY. Watkins School House, October 4, HON. M. Z. FARWELL, JUDGE J. K. DOUGHTY. Pleasant Valley School House, Oct. 5 HON. M. Z. FARWELL, HON. S. F. WHITE. May Yalley School House, Oct. 6 IION. M. Z. FARWELL, HON. S. F. WHITE. CARLTON, OCTOBER 8 HON. M. Z. FARWELL, JUDGE J. K. DOUGHTY. GRANADA, OCTOBER 9 1 HON. M. Z. FARWELL, IION. S. F. WHITE. AMITYVILLE, OCTOBER 10 | HON. M. Z. FARWELL, IION. S. F. WHITE. 1 HOLLY, OCTOBER 11 | HON, M. Z. FARWELL, JUDGE J. K. DOUGHTY’. l Is Adlai Stevenson still running for office, is he dead, or what has be come of him ? No attempt is made by the demo cratic press to defond the corrupt management of state affairs by the fnsionists. They merely shout vote for our ticket and save silver. The Arapahoe fnsionists have fin ally arranged a local ticket in Denver and only three more heads broken. They seem to be getting comparative ly peaceful in their expiring days. Teddy Roosevelt has been waking Colorado up politically this week, as it has not been aroused for years. The people have responded in grand style to Senator Teller’s dirty attack on Roosevelt. The nomination of Sabin for sena tor in this district was a victory for Thomas, and Prowers county can now get an opportunity to pay back the spite which Thomas has shown against this county ever since he was elected governor. The past ten days have proven that “the distinguished skulker of San Juan hill,” as Senator Teller calls Roosevelt, is the idol of the western stutes, and that all efforts of political j mud slingers to belittle his fame only add to his popularity with the people of this section. J The Denver Post is holding its nose, and announces that the fusion deal is too rank for its delicnt olfac tories. When a combination becomes too rotten for the Post it has certain ly reached the pntrifyiog stage. The democratic state committee met at Denver Saturday and finished the work of putting Calderwood off and Coates on the ticket. Coates in his paper announces that a portion of the fusiou deal is entirely too raw for him. The balance he will swallow because it promises to land him in oilice. Bryan says the way to continue the McKinley prosperity is to defeat McKinley. Four years ago he an ; nounced that the way to discontinue , democratic hard times was to retain the democracy in power. The people, | however, have away of reasoning for themselves which is very disappoint ing for Bryan. A largo number of local republican statesmen marched to Das Animas Mon 1 day with banners flying to attended the ! senatorial convention. They inarched homo again in the early hours of Tues day morning with banners out of sight. —Lamar Sparks, September 13. i Ahem! Joe. There seems to be ' others. In fact it looks like our La mar statesmen were up against the , real thing this year. * The democratic convention met at Las Animu9 last Thursday and after an exciting contest between J. T. Lawless and F. A. Sabin lasting for ■ forty eight ballots, the latter won. It 1 was only a question anyway of who should be the victim of the Farwell boom all over the district. Mr. Far well is making friends wherever he goes, and the groat Arkansas valley will demonstrate its return totne party of prosperity and progress by giving him a large majority. Last week like an echo from the tomb of 181)0 the Sparks made the statement that wheat and silver were running side by side in price. Even Bryan and McCauley of La Junta have had regard enough for their reputation for sanity to drop this piece of lunacy, and the Sparks now has the field to itself. The financial genius of that sheet will have to fur nish a geographical chart with his editorials along that line, for the price of silver is the same all over the country, while wheat varies as much as forty cents per pushel on the same day at the different markets of the country. ■ Extremely Interesting. Munmoir From the ('liicnKo Iutcr-Oceau. Our esteemed contemporary, Mr. William II. Hearst of San Francisco, New York, and Chicago, will proba bly be pleased to learn that his back files are beginning to excite interest at this crucial stage of our national existence. People who have been reading Mr. Hearst recently in San Francisco, New York and Chicago have wondered whother or not he is the same Mr. Hearst who printed tho following over his own signature in the New York Journal in November, 1898, following the announcement of the victory of Roosevelt and other republican expansionists at the polls: The vote of this election is a vote of approval of the war and the principle of expansion. It is both right and reason able that the administration which, de spite some mistakes, carried this glorious war to a successful conclusion should re ceive a vote of confidence. It is both right and reasonable that the policy of expansion, ever the policy of the Ameri can peoplo since Jefferson annexed tho Louisianas, should receive the approval ■ of tho American voters, republican and democratic. Tho sumo peoplo have been equally curious to learn whether tho Mr. Hearst who is now extolling William Jennings Brynn as tho embodiment of wisdom is the same Mr. Hearst who said he was “silly” in an edito rial printed in the Nc.w York Journal in 1899, from which the following is ; an instructive and entertaiuing ex- I tract: | Wo trust that Mr. Brvun will yet range hitnsolf in line with the nationnl aspira tions for expansion. The time has come. ns it comes at intervals to every vigorous nation—as it has como to ours on several former occasions when the old bounda ries are too contracted for the pulsing lifo within them, and when the health or the body politic demands that room. The popular instinct under stands the need for these periodical ex pansions, and every genuine statesman understands it, too. The popular instinct of a nation can not be changed in sixteen months, nor can a creature of expediency bo convert ed into a statesman by an appeal to the truths of history. Mr. Bryan may think ho is close to the people, and that his , silly tulk about “imperialism” moves ' them, but he will soon find out that ; Americans aro as much in favor of ex pansion today as they wore when they appluuded the acquisition of the Louis- ( ianu territory by that noted imperialist, 1 Thomas Jefferson. Mr Hearst, np to a certain period, kept the late Mr. Jefferson carefully and conspicuously in view, biit cir cumstances over which be had no control have compelled him of late to give that distinguished democrat and expansionist a sent in the ante room. The tiles of the New York Journal aro extremely interesting to anyone who is interested in Mr. Hearst’s versatile treatment of para mount issues. STREET FAIR NOTES. If You Can't Attend Paris, Co to Pu eblo—Seethe Streets of India— Streets of All Nations—Verv Low Railroad Rates. All of Colorado is talking Pueblo Street Fair. It is estimated that there will bo ft0,- 000 visitors at Pueblo during the Free Street Fair, October 3, 4, ft and G. Very low railroad rates from every rnilroad point in the state to Pueblo for the Free Street Fair, October ft, 4, ft and G. There will be n public comfort bureau where one can learn of rooming ami boardiug places at reasonable rates. ‘•We said we’d do it, and we will” is the way the various chiefs of burenus are working these days. “Pueblo pays the bills” is now known to mean that the best features and frivolities of the fairH of the country Can be seen here during fair week without cost. The Midway with its many mjsterioB, weird charms, strange people, and enter taining Bally-Hoos, will be a reproduc tion of the Great World’s Fair display. Here you will see: The Streets of All Nations. The Black America. The Streets of Indiu. The Passion Play. The Big Animal Show. Tarantula Half-Woman, Half-Spider. Lunnotte, tho Flying Ladv. Bosco, the Australian Snake-Child. Tho Palace of Illusions. Tho Temple of Mesmerism. The Funny Dog and Pony Show. Hiki, tho Mnnila Wild Girl. The Man Eating Lion. Coleman’s Bag-Time Girls. The German Village. Kialana the llawuiian Seeress. The Gypsy Camp. Tho Electric Theatre. Thia signature in on every box of tho genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine the remedy that euro* n cold In dm «li»y A. T. & S. F.Time Caro Dally Lamar. Colorado Daily. Wert Hound. East Bound. Mo. 1 2 30 a.m. No. 2 11 38 p.m. No. 5 2 02 a.m. No. 8 3 00 a. m. No. 17 5 00 a. in. No. 8 11 21 a. m. No. 83-Frt H to a.m. No. 81-Frt 12 52 p. m. Train*5 and 8 arc vestibule train* between Chicago ami Dpiivpr. tl»py will carry chair car and Pullman through without change. Train* 1 and 2 nrp local expre** train* and will carry Hr*t and “pcond cln** coache*. touri*t •leeper* and Pullman Bleeper*. Tnn por cant, reduction on regular fare will ho made when round trip ticket* are purchased. G. J. Garvin. Agent. Call at Ironclad Mrs. Minnie Spaulding, of Cleveland. Ohio, gives mas sngo trentments of scalp. Has a wonderful French pomade warranting a new growth of hair in six weoks. French Pomade For the preservation, restora tion growth of the hair. This elegant toilet preparation ex cites the scalp to a healthy con dition, cleanses it from scurf anti dandruff, prevents it from . falling or falling or becoming I prematurely gray, and is _ al ways freely and fast, and gives it a rich and beautiful appear ance unequaled by anything of the kind. Warranted to con tain no Sulphur of Dead or any injurious ingredients. Come Soon! Don't Delay! BRBBgaGBBgiy Holmes’ Cash Store Farinaceous Goods Cream of Wheat per pkg 17Jc Grapenut per pkg 15c Malt Breakfast Food pel pkg. . 17-Jc Wheat Manna per pkg 12Ac Ralston’s “ “ “ ...15c Rolled Oats per pkg 08J,c Vitos Wheat Food per pkg 15c Rolled Oats per 0 0) bags 2*>o Shreded “ Biscuit per pkg. ... 15c Rice 3 lbs for 2«>c You are invited to call and inspect our line of plain and decorated Semi-Porcelain Ware. frank j. Holmes 4 co. Telephone No. 6 ■y ■ ■ WE DON'T RUN A IN I DEPARTMENT STORE! - pUT WE CARRY - Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queensware, Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Bicycles, Harness, Hay Grain. C. C. HUDDLESTON, Lamar, Colorado. “We haven’t a suit of light summer Underwear in the House’’ But wo have just received the largest and best line of Fall and Winter Underwear ever placed on our shelves. Examine our line of Fall Underwear at $1 per Suit We have also just received our fall stock of Comforts, Blankets, Duck Coats and Yests, Pants Overalls, etc., etc. Don’t fail to oxatuiue our goods and compare prices. Money talks. % MCLEAN BROS. A. EVERETT & C 9 DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables Fresh and Salt Meats Won’t Be Undersold. Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. We carry the largest stock in our line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to you at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. I Loan money on farms. I Loan on city property. I Write insurance. I Make collections. I Sell farms and city property, i Sell water rights. O. Js/n. LESE3