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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
Bat«re<l at the Postofflce at Lamar, Colorado aa Second-class Mail Matter. PURLIBHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY OHIO. B. MBRRILIj Editor amd Pbopriktor. ScßsoEiraoN Ratrb : Ona Year *1 60 Bix Months 76 Three Months 50 Lamar, Colorado, April 2, 1002 Bryan’s friend, Senator J. K. Jones, has just received notice to quit from his Arkansas constituency. When a cause becomes so shelf-worn that even Arkansas oan’t stand for it, there is no other place but oblivion for it. Senator Patterson is very much exercised because General Funston wore a disguise when he captured Aguinaldo, but says nothing about the disguise ho wore when he inveigled both the populist and democrats into electing him to the senate. The Rocky Ford Tribune seems very much exeroised about the ltegis ter and wants a censorship establish ed over it. If a censor with any sense should handle an issue of the Tribune its pages would bo as blauk as the countenance of the man who thinks he is editing it. A new party comprising all the “reform movements” is said to have been formed in Louisville. If all the various so-called “reform move ments” should send representatives to form a party, there is not room enough in the entire city of Louis ville to' accommodate them. If you want to be thoroughly mis informed as to what the ship subsidy bill is, just read some of the opposi tion papers. Everything that is not true is being alleged and nothing that is true is being stated. The ignorance or the perversity, or both, of the commentators on this bill has rarely been equalled and never ex- JL. » MkiiMi ot Im4 lUo till is an attempt, a very oautious and tentative attempt, to build up an Atnerioau merchant marine which every citizen of the country whose mind is not water-logged with preju dice knows has gone to almost noth ing. Every precaution against ex cessive draughts upon the treasury has been engrafted into the bill and all contracts made under it may be modified at the will of congress and a limit of $8,000,000 has been placed upon the annual expenditure. Uow ever, as the seizure and retention of the Philippines has been magnified into imperialism by distempered minds, so has the effort of the Re publican majority in congress to create conditions which will grow a merchant marine, been distorted into a gigantic “steel” and democratic hair has been made to stand on end like quills upon the fretful porcupine. If you are not to busy making money in these gold standard days, better get a copy and read it.—Pueblo Hail. The Sugar Trust In Colorado. People interested in the develop ment of the beet sugar industry in this state has no reason to fear the entrance of the trust in the field, providing it really intends to erect and operate factories. It cannot buy up all the land avail able for the production of sugar beets or all tho sites upon which fuc tories might be erected. It may spend millions of dollars, but at the last it will have to leave much other land and many other places for the use of other, sugar manufacturers. So that even if it is only trying to throw obstructions in the way of the industry in Colorado there is nothing to be feared from it. In oase it enters the Colorado field and erects new factories that will be as much a stimulus to the sugar in dustry as if some other group of capitalists did the same thing. What is wanted here is a market for the beets and employment for the labor needed in and around a sugar fac tory. Whether tho stock of tho oompany is held by one man or an other is a matter more or loss of in difference to the farmers who sell the boets. Possibly the managers of tho trust have concluded that it is practicable to manufacture sugar here at a profit oven in competition with Cuba, and that they should get started before the Hold is occupied by others. So great has been the progress of the industry that they may well conclude that this is the time for them to act, if ever they are going to engage in the business in Colorado, lost they find themselves at tho last shut out. A QUESTION OF CONSCIENCE. Why the Mountaineer Men and Women Sit Apart In Church. Kansas City Star: A man was talking to his fellow travelers in a Pullman smoker. “On ono occasion,” he said, I was down in the mountains of Tonnessee, where everything is primitive, and on Sunday I attended a Baptist church. Much to my surprise and interest, the women were seated on one side of the house and the men on the other. I had never seen anything of the kind before, and after services wore over I spoke to one of the mem bers about it, as he was a pillar of the church and a man I know quite well. “ ‘We have always done it that way,’ he said in explanation. “ ‘But why?’ I persisted. “So’s to worship God accordin’ to our own consciences, as the constitu tion pervides,’ he replied, in a mat ter of course tone. “ ‘But sitting on the opposite Bides of the church doesn’t make any dif ference with your conscience, does it?’ I kept on. “‘Don’t it?’ he said, with emphatic confidence in the knowledge that it did. ‘Well, it makes all the differ ence in the world. Do you mean to say that a man kin set oyer there alongside of his wife, whore she kin nudge him in the short ribs with her elbow every time the preacher says anything she thinks fits his case? I say, kin a man do that and worship God accordin’ to his conscience? Not much he can’t, I reckon, nowhere, an’ pertickler not in this neck uv woods.’ “The explanation and the argu mriii cnriir.il ovurictiuu bejoutl alt controversy, an I had no more to say.’’ THE FRAUD PARTY. Democrats Themselves at Last Ex pose Their Own Efforts to De ceive the Voters. The democratic primaries for U. S. Senate in Arkansas, which have just closed, are of interest to all the peo pie in as much as they are a demo cratic exposure of that party’s trick ery. The party has made two alleged campaigns against the money power and trusts with J. K. Jones, of Arkansas, as national chairman. The republicans have always charged him with being a trust representative himsolf, and his own party respond ed by re electing him to the same position. Now he has been defeated by his own party and the following are the reasons given: “The record of Senator Jones on the trust issue was the chief factor in his defeat. While managing the Bryan campaigns of 1896 and 1900 and publicly attacking combinations of capital as foes of the working peo ple, he was one of the chief stock holder in the round-bale cotton trust, a combine much denounced by the cotton raisers of the south. “It is said his holdings in this concern amounts to $1,000,000. “Despite the exposure of this seeming inconsistency in his political theories, Senator Jones continued as head of the democratic national com mittee, and directed the policies of the anti-monopoly party. “But the day of reckoning was to come, and, with the approach of the election of a new legislature, which was to select Senator Jones’ suc cessor, his foes in his own party showed their hands The campaign began months ago, and the senator’s opponents and friends saw that it was a finish fight. One side or the othorhad to go down into obscurity when the ballots were counted. “Another charge made against Senator Jones, who has long posed as an ex-Confederate soldier with an extensive and honorable military re cord, is that he actually served in the Confederate army only one month and ten days, or from September 20, 1802 until October 80, 1862. Acer tified transcript from the Confederate war records, which are preserved at Washington, bears oat the assertion, bat Senator Jones and his friends met this bit of evidence with the statement that the records are incom plete. “Colonel Leonidas Huggins of Yenville suggests as one explanation of the contradictory statements made concerning Senator Jones’ army re cord that “the senator may have done considerable fighting on his own hook” daring the civil war when not attached to the regular service. “Another serious charge against Senator Jones was that, while adver tising himself as a lawyer, he had not been licensed to practice as an attor ney by the supreme court of this state or by any federal court, and that he never filed a brief of any kind in his life. In view of the fact that Senator Jones once held the import ant post of chairman of the judiciary committee of the upper branch of oongress, this charge is, to say the least, somewhat startling, if true. It has repeatedly appeared in the news papers daring the last two mouths and has not been denied. “It seems impossible to escape the conclusion that the democratic man agers in the senate were mislod in some way when they assigned Sena tor Jones to this important and dig nified post. It is most improbable that they would knowingly have selected for the place a man who was not oqly without standing at the bar but whose right to practice law was a matter of grave doubt.” Carlton Notes. P. A. Eberle made a business trip bo Granada on Saturday. Miss Ella Porterfield was visiting friends in Carlton last Saturday. Mose Kingston has moved to his home in .Lamar. W. Gerard has been busy hauling rock for his new home in Carlton. He has* purchased four lota in tho southeast part of town from C. 11. Frybarger and will build on thorn. C. H. Murphy has resigned his position as section foreman and has moved onto the place formerly leased by Bob Weekley, northeast of Carl ton. We think Mr. Murphy will make a successful farmer. We extend the hand of welcome to August Finkey and family. Mr. Finkey is C. H. Murphy's successor on the section. As August is a prop erty owner here he will help to ad vance the interest of Carlton in all ways. Everybody is invited to attend church next Saturday evening. Everyone interested is requested to attend Sunday school next Sun day as there is to be an election of officers. A. S. Empire Valley. Mrs. Georgia Franklin lias leased her farm to John Millard for three years. One of the consideiations is that he is to dig several hundred rods of ditch to carry off tho surface water which now covers a large part of the farm. W. M. Rose is now fully settled on the large farm recently purchased from the “Hoosier” people. He comes highly recommended as a good citizen and a thorough and practical farmer. Mrs. Ira Swadley has the pleasure of a visit with her mother from Elm wood, Illinois, and tho return of her yonngest daughter, Senith, who had been with her grandmother for sev eral months. Miss S. Dee Davis is nearing the close of the most successful term of sohool ever taught in the May valley district—and there have been many excellent ones. She is now busily engaged, aside from the regular work, assisting her pupils, who will give an entertainment at tho close of school, April 17. The patrons and friends of the school are confident it will be interesting and of unusually high order and merit. Rio. Lafayette Coming Aprill 11. Here is a dipping taken from the St. Paul Daily Pioneer Press, where Miss Lafayette played an engage ment recently: “No play of the past. decade has proven so entertaining and dramati cally strong with such finished acting as has Miss Francesca Lafayette’s “Juliet” in ‘Romeo and Juliet,” and “Hamlet,” last night at the Metropo litan theater, ovory seat was occu pied und many wore turned uway. Miss Lafuyette possesses genuine histrionic tnlent, and is bound to reach tho laddei of fame in a few years, if her health will permit. She captivated her auditors and hold thorn spellbound until it appealed almost a reality. Such acting of forco has not been witnessed bore in recent years as Miss Lufayette in “Juliet.” The supporting company also added much to tier wonderful work. This attraction comes here on Friduy, April 11th at opera house. Seats on sale Tuesday morn ing at Fred Lee’s. Wk SEMi Till-; GREATEST OF II 1,001) purifiers, Accer's Blood Elixir, under a positive guarantee. It will cure all chronic and other blood poisons. If you have eruptions or soros on your body, or are pale, weak or run down, it just what yon need. Wo refund money if you aro not satisfied. 50 cents and SI.OO. I. 11. Myers. 3 To Cure La Grippe in 24 Hours. No remedy equals Warner’s White Wino of Tar Syrup for this terrible and fatal disease. If takon thoroughly and in time, it will cure a case in 24 hours, and for tho caugh that follows la grippe it nover fails to give relief. Price, 25c and 50c, For sale by McLenn Bros. WANTED 100,000 Bushels Kaffir Corn. Will pay the market price on delivery. For farther particulars in regard to seed and plantinp call on any of the undorsipned. Lamar Ranch Co. L. W. Markiiam. Leatherman & Leisure. How to Cure La Grippe. As soon as you feel the symtoms com int; take Warner’s White Wine of Tar “thoroughly.” The best cough remedy on earth. Cures the worst cases in 48 hours if taken in time. 25 and 50 cents. For sale by McLean Bros. For Sale. Colorado native plum trees, boar fruit every year after commonco bearing. 2 to 3 foot, 2*£ cts. 3to 5 feet 5 cts. oach M. J. McMielin, Carlton, Colo. For Sale. Ono first class water right in Fort Lyon Canal, easy terms. C. B. Thoman. Herblne Cures Fever and Ague. A dose will unually stop a chill, a continuance always cures. Mrs. Win. M. Stroud, Midlothian, Texas, May 31, 1809. writes: “Wo havo used Herbino in our family for eight years, and found it tho best medicine we have ever used, for la grippe, bilionu fever, and malaria*, 50c at I. 11. Myers. “A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhooa Remedy when my son was sulTerinp with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regular physician, who stands high in his pro fession. Aftor administering three doses of it, my son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twenty-four hours,” says Mrs. Mary Hallor, of Mt. Crawford, Va. This Remedy is for sale by I. 11. Mvcef, druggist. Wants To Help Others. “I had stomach trouble all my lift,” says Edw. Mohler, proprietor of tho Union Mottling Works. Erie, Pa., “nnd tried all kinds of romodies, went to sev eral doctors and spent considorablo inonov trying to get a moment’s peace. Finally 1 read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nnd have taken it to my great satisfac tion. I nevor found its equal for stoinah trouble and gladly recommand it in hope that I may help other sulTorers." Kcxlol Dyspepsia Curo cures all stomach trou bles. You don’t hnve to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Curo digests what you eat. I. 11. Myers. Better Than Pills. Tho question has been asked, “In what way nro Chamberlain’s Stomnch & Liver Tablets suporior to pills? Our answer is: They nre easier nnd more pleasnnt to take, more mild and gontlo in effect nnd rolinble ns they can always bo deponded upon. Then they clonnseand invigorate tho stomach and lonvo tho bowels in a natural condition, while pills are more harsh in effect nnd their uso is often fol lowed by constipation .For sale by I. H. Myers, druggist. Beauty and Strength Are d* sirnble. You are strong nnd vigorous, when your blood is puro. Many—nay, most—women, fail to prop orly digest tbeir food, nnd so bocome pale, sallow, thin nnd wonk, while tho brightness, freshness and beauty of tho skin nnd complexion, depart. Remedy this unnloasant evil, by eating nourish ing food, nnd taking a small dose of Herbino after oach meal, to digest what you havo eaten. 50c at I. 11. Myorp. Saved Many a Time. Don’t neglect coughs nnd colds ovon if it is spring. Such cases often result seriously at this season just because people are earless. A dose of Ono Minuto Cough Cure will remove all danger. Absolutely safe. Act at once. Sure curo for coughs, colds, croun, grip, bron chitis, and other throat and lung trou bles. "1 have used One Minute Cough Cure sovernl yenrs.” snvs Postmaster C. O. Dawson, Harr, 111. “It is the very liest cough medicine on the markot. It hns saved mo many a severe spell of sickness and I warmly recommend it.” Tho children's favorite. I. H. Myers. SPECIAL SALE* Of a fine lot of MULES, WORK HORSES 10 MILCH COWS On easy terms, long time, or liberal discount for cash. Call on either MORTON or ©. G. STRAIN «* | I WE DON'T RUN A |\4WI DEPARTMENT STORE 1 - BUT WE CARRY - Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queensware, Implements, Wagons, Bueeies, Bicycles, ' Harness, hay Grain. C. C. HUDDLESTON, Lamar, Colorado. Successors to HAGAMAN & PAYNE IMPLEMENTS Wagons, Buggies Wind Mills and Scales CHAMPION Harvesters and Mowers North Side, MAIN Street, LAMAR, COLORADO A. EVERETT & C9 DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables « Fresh and Salt Meats Wo_Accounta Will Be Allowed to Run over 30 Days ID, HL COOPER Laud Attorney, Real Estate, Loan Insurance Agent. 81 12,500 fora Prescription. The lnrgost sum ever pnid for a pre scription, changed hands in San Fran cisco, Aug. .'JO, 1901. The transfer in volved in coin and stock 51M500.00 and was paid by a party of business men for a spocitic for Bright's Disease and Dia betes, hitherto incurable diseases. They coin moncod the serious investi gation of the snucilio Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by putting over three do/.ou cases on the treatment and watching them. They also got phy sicians to name chronic, incurable cases, and administered it with the physicians for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test coses were either woll or progressing favorably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. 'J ho proceedings of the investigating committee and the clinical reports of the test cases were published and will be mailed free on ap plication. Address John J. Fui.ton company, 420 Montgomery St. San Fran cisco, Cal. It’s Just a Cough that KOtn your Innas »oro and week and paves tha way for PniMiiuonia or Consumption, or both. Acker’s KncHsh Itomedy will stop the coiikli in a day an I heal your lunps. It will cure < on«uniptinn. Asthma, Ilrnnrhitis and ull throat and Inna troubles. Positively uuuruii t ted, nud money refunded if yon are not satis liod. Write to ns for free sample. W. 11. llookor .k Co., DuJaio, N. Y. 1. 11. Myers, a Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yon eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives Instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on It First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cures all stomach troubles I. H. MYERS Milk. The undersigned hns purclmsed Ste phen Scott’s Lamar dairy nnd will take • charge of the same on March 20. Tho patronage of the public is solicited. Pure milk and seporated cream deliver ed daily. I have hnd twenty years’ experience in the creamery and dairy business, nnd guarantee satisfactory. Drop me a postal card and I will call on you. C. S. Ciiilson. What is the Use of Buffering from Indigestion if you eat wlint you want, or of starving yourself to avoid such <listress7 Acker’s Dyspepsia Tablets taken , after eating will digest your food perfoctly and free you from all t lie disagreeable symptoms of Indigestion au.I Dyspe|*sia. Eat wlint you like at any time, and take an Acker Tablet after ’ '\ nrd * ,”«*»itivoljr guaranteed. Your money will always be refunded if you nre not satisfied, m Write to iih for a free sample. W. II. Hooker St V ( o. Huffalo, N. Y. I. II. Myers. 3 I Harm Side Barher snap. HENRY BON DDRANT, Proprietor lj First Door North of the R. R. Depot ! ATTENTION Dealers and Planters Send for otir Wholesale Prices on Nursery 6tock. H1DT PIONEER NURSERY FOKT SCOTT .... K A NS