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THE LAMAR REGISTER.
Batered at the Postofllce at Lamar, Colorado as Second-class Mail Matter. PUBL18HBD BVEBY WEDNESDAY BT OHIO. B. aCBR'B.XLjXj Editor ado Proprietor. Subscription Eatbs : On# Year SI SO Biz Months 76 Thrao Months SO Lamab, Colorado, January 7, 1003 No Cold Storage Necessary. The following taken from the Kan sas City Packer will be of interest to oar oantaloape growers as it will probably in time solve the prolem of shipping the melons in a condi tion to bring the best prices: Los Angeles, Cal. —A new frait carrying case is now being tested which promises to inaugurate a new era in the fruit packing industry. The cases are formed by the inter section and crossing at right angles of double pieces of absorbent card board, and can be manufactured any size desired; ranging for the accom modation of apricots, figs, etc., as well as the largest oranges, peaches, apples or pears. In a recent test of the new case it was fully and satis* factorily demonstrated that the fruit carried in perfect condition, and us ually without a particle of cold stor age. One Unmixed Blessing. Ia this time of uncertainty and threats of revolution, when it doth not yet appear what shall be the fail resalts of the election held in No vember, there is nevertheless one matter upon which all the people of the state of Colorado (except the public printers) may unite in rap tures of thanskgiving—the session laws which result from the Four teenth General assembly are going to make a thin book. The ponderous tomes in which have been expressed the whims and crotchets, the theories and fancies, the schemes and grafts of the mem bers of past assemblies, with both houses in more or less harmony, will have no duplicates this time. The legislation which runs the gauntlet of both houses must be of such char acter and of such necessity to the people of the state, that no factious opposition dare interpose There cah be no “log-rolling,” no trading no trading of a clerkship for a vote on a constitutional amendment, no throwing of the state into financial convulsions because of the persist ence of the illusions of some fanat io whom political accident has pro jected into the legislative body. If there be those upon whom the deprivation of the biennial edition of short stories, each beginning “Be It Enacted,” shall fall as a serious one we can make them a suggestion that may prove valuable. There still re mains the constitution of the state of Colorado. It is a noble work, much neglected of late, and worthy of the study of those interested in the affairs of the state. More of the constitution and less of the session laws will work wonders in promot ing peace and prosperity in the state of Colorado.—Denver Republican. Election Frauds. Testimony is now being nneartbed at two lawyer’s offices in Denver con cerning the recent election frauds. This evidence is for nee before tbe committee of the legislature when the contest cases come up in that body. It would be amusing if it were not so serious and if such vital principals were not involved. In one office in which the Repub lican contestants are preparing their evidence there have been men who have told of bare faced frauds in which they took part One mau, for example, told how some hundreds of ballots had been marked the night before and when the only republican judge was at dinner the box was opened and about 200 bogus ballots were stuffed in. Other evidence equally damaging and damning was presented. In the other sffice, where the dem ocrats are taking testimony to enable them to hold their seats, something akin to farce comedy is being enact ed all tbe while. Witness after wit ness is brought forward to testify that the election was conducted hon estly and uprightly and that Denver on election day was like tbe spotless town or the story books. It is qnite evident, however, that the facts and fignres relating to fraud are substantially aconrate. They could not be manufactured out of whole cloth. No other precioct in the state gave such peculiar re turns as those made up in lower Denver. Returns for example with not a scratched ballot in 600 and where the republican candidates got only 10 out of 550 votes. Why even El Paso county, the strongest repub lican county in the state, in its strong est republican precinct, cast and counted over 120 democratic votes. The game of bluff, bluster and bunco which the democrats are work* ing to retain their illegal seats is be ing rapidly exposed day after day by evidence of stupendous frauds. It will certainly not pass muster before a legislature which is seeking to as certain the whole truth and nothing but the truth.—Colorado Springs Telegraph. Watch St. Louis. The Greatest World's Fair the world has ever seen will be held at St. Louis in 1904. T:> keep in touch with the work of preparation for this great World’s Fair and to get all the news of all the Earth, every reading person should at once subscribe for the great newspaper of St. Louis, the GLOBE-DEMOOR AT. It st ands pro eminent and alone among Amer ican newspapers, and acknowledges no equal or rival. Its circulation extends to every state and territory of the Union, to Canada and Mexioo, and to every part of the world where there arc readers of the English lan guage. It ought to be in your homa during the ooming year. See adver tisement elsewhere in this issue. Pharmacy a Mistake. All the drags we have ponrod down our throats in the past days to cor rect aberrations of oar physical sys tem have been wasted, says Thomas A. Edison. That’s what Mary Ba ker Eddy tells as, too With scienoe and religion united on this point, whioh is the only point where they have united, we mast begin to regret all thoae quinine capsules, those lozenges, pills and powders, and brown colored liquids that at differ ent times and periods have made us unhappy inwardly and often temper* amentally unendurable outwardly. Every new disco vet y of bacteria shows as all the more convincingly, says Edison, that we have been wrong, and that the millions of tons of staff we have taken was all use less. Surgery, diet and antiseptics, these three are the vital things of the future in the preservation of the health of humanity. If we can be lieve this is true, it relieves ns great ly. We can subscribe to Mrs. Eddy’s easy and inexpensive remedy and take the think cure for everything but a broken leg. There has, it is true, sprung up a school of physi cians who contend that they can do the thinking for you at so much per think, but any strong minded person may do his own if he will. The thought cure for disease requires a continuous or frequent recurrent ap plication of the mind to the seat of the affliction. It stands to reason that with a boil on the back of your neck yon can think of it oftener and with a mote solicitous regard and an intensity of emotion, coupled with a desire for its departure, than some absent praotitioner who is dividing his attentions to you with a case of scarlet fever, a rheumatio knee and a cataract of the eye. It has long been conceded that warts are singularly responsive to cerebration, and that they do miraculously disappear ua der certain incantations; and it is strange that it has never occurred to thoughtful persona to apply the same methods to boils and afflictions of a kindred nature. Too much atten tion has been given to burdock poul tices in this matter and too little to the compelling power of the intel lect. —Ex. Empire Valley. Mi Be Cora Douglas, returned from her visit in Kansas last Saturday and has again taken up her school work at Clov er Meadow. Baxter Church returned home Mon day, bringing one of Clinton county Missouri’s fair daughters as a wife. His friends here extend hearty congratula tions. There is in nearly every community some bright (?) young goslings wJm? croon and titter in the house of public worship, much to the annoyance of the speaker and audience, especially has this been the case at May Valley recently. Mrs. Pearl Rose has gone to visit with her parents and friends at Winfield, Kansas, for some few weeks. There is a general uniformity of opin ion among sugar beet growers that there is leas waste in that crop than of any crop that can be grown. Even siloed beetathat were insufficiently covered are in excellent condition as to color and sugar test, though frozen solid. Of course they would deterioate in value rapidly on approach of warm weather about the middle of Febuary or the first of March, for factory use, yet we find that those exposed long, turn dark but in that stage are relished by cattle, sheep and hogs, when not frozen, and with all, fatten thereon, Bcotty McKittrick and family, of Pleasant Valley, visited with J. B. Davis last Friday. The May Valley school board have bought and placed in the school room, a beautiful, up-to-date book case to ac commodate the library recently purchas ed out of a fund raised by Miss Davis’ school. Early in the school term there are to be upwards of 50 volumes in place. The school is progressing nicely in the Prowers County Pupils’ Reading course and all the advanced scollars will com plete the course during the term. W. E. Tuttle, of Englevale, Kansas, has sold his farm here to M. Strain, who in turn has sold it to another party. The MoVey farm has also passed into the poeeeeion of new people. C. H. Mo- Vey has re-invested in a garden tract near Lamar, and Fletch McVey has bought the Geo. Perdue farm at the up per end of the valley. It is also report ed that Rev. W. T. Turpin has sold his 80 acre tract near the Clover Meadow school house. Mrs Georgia Franklin has leased her farm to Mr. Purinton for a term of three years, and expects so move to Lamar March Ist. The Rural Telephone company now have 65 No. 1 pbonee in use, with about GO milea of wire. The service is highly satisfactory and is justly appreciated by the farmers connected therewith. The operators of the well drill ou the Frank Lay farm have reached a depth of 145 feet, but there is no indication of water. Rio. For bargains in farm lands go to 0. B. Thoman. Dr. A. W. Seabnry, physician and surgeon. Offices on second floor of Irwin building, East Main street. A glass or two of water taken half an hour before breakfast will usually keep the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics should be avoided. When a purgative is needed, take Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are mild and Sentle in their action. Forsale by all ruggiste. O. B. Thoman has the best line of fire insurance. He writes farm risks Moki Tba positively Cubes Sick HxADACHE,lndigestion and Constipation. A delightful herb drink. Removes all eruptions of the alnn, producing a per fect oomplexion or money refunded. 25c. and 50c. Write to us for free sam ples. W. H. Hooker A Co., Buffalo, N. Y. I. H. Myers, Druggist. 1 A Frightened Horse. Running like mad down the street dumping the oocupanta, or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences. It beeooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and tnere’s none as good as Bncklen’s Arnica Salve. Burns, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and Piles disappear quickly under its soothing effect. 25c at Myers’. What's In a Name. Everything is in a name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E. C. DeWitt A Co. of Chicago, discovered some years ago, how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles. For Blind, bleeding, itching and protruding Piles, eczema, cuts, burns, bruises and all akin diseases DeWitt’s Salve has no equal. This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- Witt’s —the genuine. I. H. Myers. Dr. A. W. Seabury, physician and surgeon. Offices on second floor of Irwin building, East Main street. Fight Will Be Bitter. Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual recommenda tion of Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption, will have a long and bit ter fight with their troubles, if not end ed earlier by fatal termination, Read what T. R. Beall of Beall. Miss., has to sap: “Last fall my wife had every symptom of consumption. She took Dr. King’s New Discovery after everything else had failed. Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her. Guaranteed by Myers’ Pharmacy. Price 50 cand sl. Trial bottles free. A Cold Wave. The forecast of sudden changes in the weathee serves notice that a hoarse voice and a heavy cough may invade the san city of health in your own home. Cau tious people have a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure always at hand. E. O. Wise, Madison, Ga., writes: “I am in debted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health, and probably my life.” It cures coughs, colds, La Grippe, Bronchitis, Pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, draws out the inflamation heals ana soothes the mucous membranes and strengthens the lunge. I. H. Myers. Revolution Imminent. A Buae sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is ner vousness, sleeplessness or stomach up sets. Electric Bitters will quiohly dis member the troublesome causes. It never fails to tone the stomach, regulate the Kfdneys and Bowels, stimulate the Liver, and clarify the blood. Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness. Electric Bitters is only 50c, and that iB returned if it don’t give perfect satis faction guaranteed by Mvers'Pharmacy For Sale. 15 head good young stock cows, J. K. Stevenson. Howto Prevent Croup. It will be good news to mothers of small children to learn that croup can be prevented. The first sign of croup is hoarseness. A day or two before the at tack the child becomes hoarse. This is soon followed by a peculiar rough cough. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the rough cough appears, and it will dispel all symptoms of croup. In this way all danger and anxiety may be avoided. This remedy is usea by many thousands of mothers and has never been known to fail. It is in fact, the only remedy that can al ways be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to tahe. All druggists. For cheap town lots see C. B. Thoman. Acker’s Blood Elixir positively cures Chronic Blood Poisoning and all Scrofulous affections. At all times u matchless system tonic and purifier. Money refunded if you are not satisfied. • 50c. and SI.OO, I.H.Myers, Druggist. 1 A Costly Mistakes. Blunders are sometimes very expen sive. Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake, but you’ll never be wrong if you take Dr. King’s New Life Pills for Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Headache, Liver or Bowel troubles. Tkey are gon tleyet thorough. 250 at Myers’ Phar macy. OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY Sunday, January 11th THE CELEBRATED Schubert Symphony Club and LadyQaurtette Assisted by the Famous Entortainor MR. LOUIS MCPIKE And the Celebrated Young American Violin Virtuoso MASTER TOMMY PURCELL In a delightful program entirely free from dull ness and consisting of Lady Quartettes, Violin and Vocal Solos, Mandolin and Guitar Club, Comic Readings, Etc. MUSIS AND MYRTH A musical entertainment that is enjoyable alike to the musi cian and the masses. Don’t Miss This Treat. Thousands Saved By DR. KIND’S NEW DISCOVERY This wonderful medioine posi tively oures Consumption, Coughs Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneu monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy, La- Grippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. Every bottle guaranteed. No Cure. No Pay. Prioe 50o.&$l. Trial bottle free. For Fall Building. There’ll be a lot of building done this Fall, winter id coming. If yon are among those who contemplate building of any de scription, we’ll make yon glad if yon get an estimate on your lnmber here. The earlier you come the better. The Marker Lumber Co. If you feel ill and need a pill Why Dot purchase the best? Dewitt’s Early Risers Are little surprisers, Take one—they do the rest. W. H. Howell, Houston, Tex., writes —I have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family for constipation, sick head ache, etc. To their use lam indebted for the health of my family. I. H. Myers. Twice Every Week The St. Louis KEi p,B,r rrl- Globe-Democrat ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Almost equal to a Daily at the price of a Weekly. The latest telegraphic news from all the World every Tuesday and Friday. Full and Correct Market Re ports. A great variety of interesting and instructive reading matter for every member of the family. Unequaled as a Newspaper and Home Journal. Two pa pers every woek, One Dollar a Year—SAMPLE! COPPIES FREE!. 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