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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
Ki«turo<i At Mia Postolllcn At Lamm , ('olnrado an Sooonil-clatie Mail M niter. PUBLISHED KVKHY WEDNESDAY BT aio. B. MERRILL Buitouano Phopbiktoii. Subscription ItATKH : * One Year «1 50 Six Mouths 75 Three Months 50 Lamar, Colorado, .July 30, 1902 The latest nowH from Oyster Bay is that the president's house has been painted rod. He can’t expect any prohibition votes now. The watei famine is now affecting the citioa of the state, several of them including Denver are badly scared. The groat Arkanaaa valley ia in the boHt condition of any section of the state. Tho Canon City Record baa a new candidate for tho republican norain ation for governor in the Hon. Jas.H. Peabody, of that place. He is a buniueaa man of ability and high character and would make a popular candidate in this section of tho atato. Tho emperor of Germany dosen’t like onr J. P. Morgan; nays he baa no valuable ideas. Wo don’t know about that, Billy, ho haa had some that brought all tho way from five to forty million dollars and wo doubt if yours can bring that amount of coin. In another colnmn we publish a letter from tho man who haa been assigned the job of finding the pro hibition party in Prowers county If the space we contribute assists him any in this nrduous task we will feel well repaid—this fall when the bal lot is printed. B.B. Brown has been nominated by the republican city convention of Pueblo as their candidate for mayor at tho special election on August 8. Mr. Brown is a business munof such high standing and well known ability that hiscandidncy is drawing support from all parties, and his election will insure Pueblo a clean and able city administration. Hon. J. J. Jeffries won the quali lying round in the senational contest in California last Friday evening. Fitzimmons being now out of his way only Bailey and Tillman stnDd between him and that high honor. As he hailB from California his great endurance and solid and forcible ar gnmeuts ought to be a great addition to the sugar beet forces. Nevertheless, Ediitor De Camp walked, right up to Col. Jim Tilltnuu who was making some sarcastic ro marks about him, and said: “I can prove you are a liar over your own signature.” The ladies had already lied, for tho spectators were indulging in cheers and counter cheers which, in the political deliberations of that sectiou, mean guns. Tillman, perhaps incautiously and, at all events, prud ently, requested the proof. Editor De Cauip produced two letters from Tillman in regard to a disputed bill for advertising. The editor said it had taken six letters to get the money. To such an extent was Col. Tillman disconcerted that ho retired without completing his speech. Just think of a country editor with a little unsettled account doing a thing like that, and to Tillman! Editor De Camp has broken over the traditions of the rural sanctum in such au as tounding way that it is safest to pause until his antoced ents aro in spected. —Ex. The Country Editor Rampant. In cheerful patience and mild for bearanco as a creditor, the country editor has heretofore stood high in a class apart. When ho duns, he is accustomed to do it in u humorous strain, and he is ofton pensively grateful for cordwood and garden sass when currency is scarce. But South Carolina has produced a new typo in Editor De Camp of the Gaffnoy Led ger, who has bearded one of the ferooious Tillmans on the hustings and used such powerful language that the candidate lost his presence of mind and adjourned the meeting. Col, Jim Tillman is running for gov ernor, and that operation in South Carolina means stumping tin* ftato preliminary to a primary. Of course the rendu lutes, to Hiiit the palmetto atmosphere, are lbnded down with cartridges and epithets, and wear a general aspect of being clothed ill thunder. Mr. Eckles on Democratic Harmony JamoH H. Exckels, former coinp troller of the currency, who is visit ing in Colorado, contributes some in teresting ideas on the subject of har mony in the ruuks of the democratic party. Mr. Eckles believes that the party can make nothing out of its cry of “imperialism ” In fact he believes that the acquisition of the Philip pines is a good thing; if he has been correctly reported. Tbeso views are shared by some of the other democ ratic leaders, and were expressed not long ago by Hou Arther Pue Gorman. Recent, events have shown that there is a largo and influential element of democracy that believes a falso issue is better than no issue at all. This element is led by Mr. Bryan, the re cent speeches of the Nebraskan in New Euglaml showing that ho is as determined not to yield a point as when D. B. Hill pleaded with him in vain on the Bryan porch, just before the Kansas City convention. Instead of clearing, the situation of those who advocate the Goiman- Eckels idea of party harmony, seems to be growing more hopeless. Un less there is an unlikely change in the situation in a com, aratively short time, we believe Mr. Eckels will re peat his experience of last election; when he admits voting for the repub lican canidate In fact many pro gressive, thinking democrats have formed the habit of voting for repub lican measures and have uo regret to otTer. Apparently it is the most sat isfactory way out of a situation that rofuses to harmonize.—Denver Rep üblicanf Cariton Notes. John Chuplin woe in Cnrl ton Inst week. Mr. McMillen was in Carlton Satur day attending to business. Mr. W. Walker, of McMillan's ranch, was in Carlton Sunday. W. F. CrosH and family visited with Mr. McManon and P. A. Eberle Sunday and also took a pleasant ride to their rune.i north of the river. A pleasant ice cream bocial took place Saturduy evening in honor of the birth day of Mra. Finkie. Mr. Kosacrans and Mr. Hasty were in Carlton on business last week. Tho frequent rains of late have hcon a blessing to tho country and tho poople in general are in good spirits alxmt fu ture prospects. A. S. Empire Valloy. Dont forgot tlio Sunday School picnic Aun. 11th. A good program is now ar ranged for. The Misses Edith and Ethel Lay are visiting relatives at Snlidn. Oats are being cut and all will be in shock by the end of week. John Shipps of Stewartsvillo, Mo., is visiting*John Church .this week. Fletcher Me Voy hus purchased the Per due farm in 7 21-46. Frank Millard threshed for E. P. Thurston a field of whent Monday that yiolded 42>£ bushel to the acre. Win. Mick has bought the farm now oeeupiod by Frank Slater nnd expects to get possession about October 1. The Lamar Ilay Compress Co- had one acre of second crop alfalfa cut with bind or on the Harper place Monday. It was immediately hauled to the pross where as an experiment it was pressed. Rio. The Best Liniment for Strains Mr. F. Wells, the merchant nt Door Pnrk, .Long Island N. Y., says: “I always recomend Chaiuborlrin’s Pain Halm as the best liniment for strains, I used it last winter for a severe lameness in the side, resulting from a strain, and was greatly pleased with tho quick rolief and euro it effected,” For sale by I. 11. Myor’s Druggist. Cures Sciatica. _ Rev, W. L. Riley, L. L. D., Cubn, New York, writes: “After tlfteen days of ex cruciating pain from sciatic rheumatism under vnrious treatments, I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment, the first application giving my first relief,and the second, entire relief. I can give it un qualified recommendation. 50c and 61.00 at 1. H. Myers drug store. Gut this out nnd take it to I. 11. Myers’s Drug Store und get a box of Chamborlain’s Stomach it Liver Tablets The best physic. They also correct dis orders of the stomach. Price 25 cents. Dr. A. W. Seabury, physician and surgeon. Offices on second floor of, Irwin building, East Main street. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. Tom—“JWhat a pretty girl that is over there.” Ned—“Yea. Wouldn’t you liko Uo marry her?” Toni—“Weli, I don’t know. I should like to see her mother flrat."—Somerville JaurnaJ. A Bride's Expectations^—MiLlieent-— "Ar* you going to l>e married quietly, or have a wedding?” Maude—“Oh, a weANng, by all means! Think of the present# I’M get!”—Ohio State Jour nal. Mr.Manley— 1 ‘‘Well, my denr, I’ve had my Hfo immred for $5,000." Mr*. Mj— "How very sensible of ycm! Now I shan’t have to keep telling you to be so careful every place you go.”—Phila delphia F lletin. Tickled the Taxidermist. —Seizing some okl comic papers, the skilled tax idermist proceeded to fill the defunct animal with thera. Smiling merrily as he worked, he remarked: “This is a case of stuff and nonsense."—Balti more Amerkan. "Johnnie,” said his mother, threat eningly, to the incorrigible, "I am go ing to have your father whip you when he convex home to-night.” “Please don’t, mamma," replied Johnnie, peni tently, "paw is aJlu* so tired when he comes h«mie." —Boston Post. Mrs. Drowsie —"Your clothe# are getting quite shnbby, my dear.” Rev. Dr. Drowsie—"Yes, but (loftily) when I n#cend the pulpit and begin to talk they don’t notice my clothes.” Mrs. Drowsie —"No, they all have their eye« closed then." —Town and Country. The Toper’s Excuse.—“How did you come to get drunk?"* Defendant— "Faith, yer honor, Oi’m not to blame. Oi didn’t know what CM was doin’.” "You didn’t? How was that?" "Well, ye see, aor, Oi was under th’ influ ence av liquor whin Oi’ ahtaxted."— Philadelphia Record. "O! My!" exclaimed the young wife, reading over the insurance policy on her husband's life in her favor, "this insurance company is }ust hateful.” “Why, what's the matter?" asked her husband. "Why, if you commit suicide they won’t pay any money at all."— Philadelphia Press. ■■■•!•■( Oanae. Judge—What ars your grounds for a divorce, sir? Plaintiff—My wife married me to reform me, and after we settled down didn’t have sense enough to give up the idea. Judge—Granted.—Brooklyn Life. The New FasewoeA. Oa/zam (after he has succeeded in waking his wife) —Open the dorshl Mrs. (lazzam (head out of second story window) —Are you sober? "Yeah." “Then say, *re«4procity.’ " —Harlem Ufa. A PRINCE'S EDUCATION. Om Ttat UM1* of York MMIM I——ot BM Hod to Uan. The present idol of the British pub lic ie Prince Edward of York, eldest son of the duke of York, grandson of the prince of Wales, great-grandson °* Queen Victoria, and heir in the direct line of the crown of Qreat Britain. Prince Edward, having been born on June 23, 1804, is now well into his sixth year, and regards himself as quite a biff boy, snys Youth’s Companion. His brother Albert is a year younffer, and the two princes have hud. perhaps, their share, l>ut no more, of brotherly "scraps.” The duke of York is said not to have interfered with their small wars, sayinff that to “let them fight it out will make them better men." But he has interfered successfully with an other weakness of Prince Edward. It is customary for the royal chil dren, in ineetinff the queen, to kiss her hand and not her cheek; but Prince Edward did not like to do this, and ob jected strenuously. One day he heard some one speak of "Hter majesty.” "I know who ‘her majesty* is,” said he; “it’s just ffranny!” “And who was the nauffhty little prince who would not kiss granny’s hand?” “That was me,” said Prince Edward, unabashed, “and I’m not going to kiss granny’s hand!” But when he had arrived at the age of five he felt himself quite a man, and began to do as other men did—kissed the queen’s hand and always doffed his cap in her presence. Teachers Examination. The regular county examination of teachers will be held at the court house in Lamar and at the school house in Granada on the 15th and 16th of Aug. J. A. Roseiirouoii, County Superintendent. Mother Always Keeps It Handy. “My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health due primarily to indigestion,” says L.W. Spalding, Verona, Mo. “Two years ago I got her to try Kodol. She grow better at once and now, at the ago of seventy six, eats anything she wants, remarking that she feals no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol handy.” Don’t ■wnsto time doctoring symptoms. Go after the cause. If your stomach is sound your health will bo good. Kodol rests the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food. It is na ture's own tonic.- -I. H. Myers, druggist The Boss Worm Medicine. II. P. Kempe, Druggist, Leighton, Ala writes: “One of my customers had a chtld, which was sick, and throw up all food, could retatn nothing on its stom ach. He bought one bottle of White's Cream Vermifuge, and it brought up 119 worms from the child. It's the boss worm medicine in the world.” White’s Cream Vermifuge is also the children’s tonic. It improves their digestion and assiinulation of food, strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health, vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood. 25c at I. H. Myers drug store. Acts Immediately. 1 i’.iUIb are sometimes more tr-iub|. some in summer than in winter, it’s ho nurd to k< op from adding to them while cooling • >ir aftea exercise. One Minute Cough Cure cures at once. Absolutely salV. A-'ts immediately. Sure cure for conghs, > "Ids, croup, throat and lung troubles. r. ii mykuh. Repulsive Features. blackheads, pimples, greasy fnces and muddy complexions, which are so com , mon among women, especially girls at a certain ago, destroying beauty, disfigur ing and making repulsive features which would otherwise appear attractive and , refined, indicate that the liver is out of order. An occasional dose of Herbine will cleanse the bowels, regulate the ! liver and so establish a ciear, healthy 1 complexion. 50c at I. II. Myers drug store. Ik YOU AUK TROUBLED WITH IMI'l'RK Mood, indicated by sores, pimples, heud ache, etc., we would recommend Acker’s blood Elixir, which we sell under a posi tive guarantee. It will always cure Scrofulous or Syphiltic poisons and all blood diseases. 50 cts. and $1.00. I II. Myers. 2 The Perfect Liver Medicine. Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Noblo, O.T., writos: “I have used Ilerbine for a numlier of years, and can cheerfully recommend it as the most penfect liver medicine, nnd the greatest blood purifier. It is a med icine of positive merit, and fully accom plishes all that is claimed for it.” Mu- I (aria cannot find a lodgment in the sys tem while the liver is in perfect order, ! for one of its functions is to broveut the absorption of fever producing poisons. Herbine is a most efficient liver regulat ion 50c at I. II. Myer’s drug store. Summer complaint is usunlly prevalent I among children this season. A well de veloped case in the writer’s family was | cured last wook by the timely use of j Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy—one of the best patent medicine manufactured and which is al ways kept on hand at thejhome of ye scribe. This is not intonded ns a free puff for the comyany, who do not ndver tiso with us, but to benefit little suffer ers who may not be within easy access of a physician. No family should be without a bottle of this medicino in the house, especially in summor-time.—Lan sing, Iowa, Journal. For sale* by I, II. Myers, Druggist. Vacation Days. Vacation time is here nnd the children are fairly living out of doors. There could be no healthier place for them. You neod only to guard against the nc culents incidental to most opon air sports No remedy equals Do Witt’s Witch liazol Salve for quickly stopping pain or re moving danger of sorious consequences. For cuts, scalds and wounds. “I useel DrWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo for sores, cuts and bruises,” says L. B. Johnson, Swift, Texas. “It is the l>est remedy on the market.” Sure cure for piles and skin diseases. Bewnre of counterfeits, -I. II. Myers, druggist. Sick Headache absolutely and per manently cured by using Moki Ten. A pleasant herb drink. Cures Constipu tion nnd indigestion, mnkos you eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. 25 cts. and 50 cts. Write to W. H. Hooker .fc Co., Buffnlo, N. Y., for n free sample. I. II. Myers. 2 Polaonlnethe System. It is through the bowols that the body is cleansed of impurities. Constipation keeps those poisons in the system, caus ing headuche, dnlness and tneinncholm at first, an then unsightly eruptions nud finally serious illness unless a remedy is applied. DeWitt’s Little Early Risers prevent this trouble by stimulating the liver nnd promote easy, healthy action of the bowols. These little pills do not net violently but by strengthening the bowols enable them to perform their own work. Never gripe or distress.—I. H. Myers, druggist. “I am usuing a box of Chamlierlnin's Stomach & Liver Tablets and find them the best thing for my stoinnch I ever used" says T. W. Robinson, Justice of ‘the Peace, Loomis, Mich. Those Tublets not only correct disorders of the stomach but regulate the liver and bow els. They nre easy to take and plensnut in effect. Prico 25 cents per box for sale by I. H. Myers, Druggist. 9112 300 for a Prescription. The largest sum ever paid for a pre scription, changed hands in San Fran cisco, Aug. 30, 11)01. The transfer in volved in coin nnd stock 8112,500.00 and was paid by a party of business men for a specific for Bright’s Disonse nnd Dia betes, hitherto incurable diseases. They commenced the serious investi gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scores of the cured and'tried it out on its merits by putting over throe dozen cases on the treatment and watching them. They also got phy sicians to name chronic, incurable cases, and administered it with the physicinns for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test cases were either well or progressing favorably. There being but thirteen por cent of failures, the parties were satisfied nnd closed the transaction. 1 he proceedings of the investigating committee nnd the clinical reports of the test cases were published and will be mailed free on ap plication. Address John J. Fulton company, 420 Montgomery St. San Fran cisco, Cal. For Sale. One first-class water right in Fort Lyon Canal, easy terms. C. B. TnoMAN. For Sale Cheap Throe-room dwelling house, stable, trees, block of lots. In good location, Reasonable terms. See, C. B. THOMAN. Indigestion is tho cause of more discomfort than any other ailment. If you oat tho things that you want, and that aro (food for you, you aro distressed. Acker's Dynpepsin Tablets will make your di gestion perfect and prevout Dyspepsia nnd its attendant disagreeable symptom*. You can safely oat- any thine, at any time, if you tako ono of those Tnblot* afterwnd. Sold by all drug* gists nndor a positive guarantee. &’> ct». Money refunded if you aro not RatiHtind. Send to us for a free sample. W. 11. llookor St do., HuiTnlo, N. Y. 1. H. Myors. i SPECIAL SALE Of a fine lot of MULES, WORK HORSES AND MILCH COWS On easy terms, long time, or liberal discount for cash. Call on either MORTON or O. G. STRAIN Hardware, Furniture, Tinware, Harness, etc. Wo carry tho largest stock in our line ever carried in eastern Colorado and can sell to yon at lowest prices ever known in the Arkansas valley. THE LAMAR HARDWARE CO. |V ■ ■ WE DON'T BUN A IN U ! DEPARTMENT STORE 1 - BUT WE CARRY - Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queensware, Implements, Wagons, Bueeies, Bicycles, Harness, hay Grain. C. C. HUDDLESTON, Lamar, Colorado. A. E. EVERETT* C 9 DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables Fresh and Salt Meats No Accounts Will Be Allowed to Run over 30 Pays rwi DO A. T. & 8. F.Timk Card. Daily. Lamar, Colorado Daily. West Hound. East Hound. Mo. I 2 20 a.m. No. 2 12 01 a.m. No. 6 1 30 a.m. No. 6 :i 02 a. m. No. 7 524 a. m. No. 8 14tp.ni. No. 88-Frt 9 40 a.m. No. 84-Frt 226 p.m. No. 1 is California ozpress ami makes local stops between Lamar and La Junta. No. 6 is Denver ozpross, stops on ling at Las Animas. Carrios froo chair car and Pullmans. No. 7 is the Mozico and California nzprsss. No. 1 and No. 7 both carry tourist and Pullman sloepors. No. 7 connects at LaJunta for Puoblo Colorado Springs and Denver. Train No. 83 runs to La Juuta and will accom modate passongers for intormodiato points. No. 2 is through California ozpress and con nects at La Junta with a train from Denver car ries passenger through to Chicago without change, lias Pullman and tourist sleoiiers. No. 6 is Denvor nzpross ami runs through to Chicago without, change. Carrios froo chair car and Pullman sloeper. No. 8 is local passenger and makes all stops. Carries chair car and Pullman slooper. Kuus through to Chicago without change of cars. Inquiries solicited and promptly and cheer fully answered. Doscriptivo literature and time tables folders free by applying to G. J. Garvin. Agen.t SUMMONS. STATE OF COLORADO, ) In the County County of Prowers. > Court. Julius Fist ami Emanuel Fist , Co-partners under the Firm I Natno of Julius Fist «fc Co. \ Plaintiffs, /SUMMONS vs. I Frank Miliiukn, Defendant./ The People of the State of Colorado, To Frank Milburn, tho Defendant abovouamod, GREETING: You aro hereby roquired to appear in nn action brought agninst you by the above named Plain* tiff, in the County Court of Prowers couuty. State of Colorado, and answor the complaint therein within twenty days aftor the servico horoof, if servoil within this county ;or, if served out of this Couuty, or by publication, within thirty days aftor the service hereof, czclusivo of the day of service; or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of the complaint; and if a copy of the complaint in the above ontitlod action lie not served with this summons, or if tho service hereof be made out of this State, then ten days additional to tho time hereinabove specified for appoaranco and answor will bo allowed before the taking of judgment by default as aforesaid. Tho Baid action is brought and tho relief de manded in said action is as follows to-wit: For tlio sum of four hundred and eighty-two and W»- 100 dollars, besides interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from tho commencement of this action and for tho costs of the action. Given under my hand anil official > seal at Lamar, in said county, seal. 1 this 24th day of Juno A. I). 1902. —,— > L. F. BLODGETT, Judge and Acting Clerk of tho County Court of said County. The Sure Way to prevent Pneumonia and Consumption is to euro your cold • when it first appears. Acker's English Remedy will stop the cough in n night, and drive tho cold out of your system. Always a quick and sure cure for Asthma, Hroncliitis, and all throat and lung troubles. If it does not satis fy you tho druggist will rofund your money. Write to us for freo sample. W. H. Hooker A Go., Buffalo, N. X- 1- H. Myors. 2 PEPSO QUININE For Colds and La Grippe CONTAINB NO CALOMEL. Boyd's Up-to-date Dru« Store The OPERA HODSE BARBER SHOP M. L. CONWELL, Prop. BAST MAIN STREET. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you 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 Preprired only by E. O. DkWitt&Co., Cblca*® Toe SI. bottlocont&lnsStt times the 6oc. aUo, I. H. MYERS