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J. D. ALL EX Editor. J. D. Alien A: Co., I'topritiors. j TLe Bc.-rd of Charities and Cor-( Ooe act of President MeKin.ey in j j rectio.s, created by tbe list lejisla- j this time of feverish impatience of ture to have general supervision of ; our people, that meets the approval the state eleemosynary an J penal in- j of every true American is his prompt ; stitutioLS. took up the casa cf Dr. and positive refus! to recall General i Combs, superintendent of the Ful -j Lse oa the demani of the Spanish j ton asylum, who resigned Lis posi-! Government The American people ! tion cn charges of immorality being ; irrefpective of party or section Lave The V.'.ski.vTimks. published everv j preferred against Urn. After taking , the utmost confiJence in his wis- Thurs iay, will be ser.t to any address i iiiuch testiu-cny the b 5ard reported dom. loyalty acd patriotism, and the TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: one year, postage paid, for $1.00. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are ruthorled to nnocnc JA?. N. iHAEP, cfMonnl township, as candidate for Repre sentati -. -t of I'at-s f:.tinty, su . ject to the action of the democratic coaiitj contention. We are authorized to innod'.w GEORGE B. KU.I1, Of Deep water township, as candidate for Bp- urmocrauunnvlfon . n'n "' will be reinstated as superintendent ' exonerating Dr. Combs. Governor li C. Home, of Marshal!, president of the board ef managers of the Fulton asylum and appointed in Lis steai F. E. Luckett, of Jefferson Citv. It is believed that Dr. Combs have to stand cn their feet most of the time work & hard a 5 arsy day-laborer yet they io r : what is rightly called cnrc::. C-O-.e-, con fin - msr, indoor oc cup.iti on jrives no exhi'.irslion to tilt: ntrrvuu- system nor active circuia J mm cm FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY We are authorize to announce JIAKVEY C. (.LAKE. Prosecutive Attorrey, subject to the action or daubing process . .t . i i i - ear uaa oa a oeaumui carmine Brother Austin is at last getting his war paint mixed to the proper constituency and has begun the The lobe of h's Last week he puts his knife under FOE SHERIFF. Vm. ,iut r. We are authorized to announce I fc"D M;lu ul vrui. .ue, iu of Eat Boone towosblp. aa candidate for " iiw, Sheriff, aubject to tba action of the democratic ifslrta a. aaan hrt it 1K1 Var.aaa Plf. eonnty coD"eDtloD. I r ' We are authorized t acnonnce I Journal lor asaailine our Lncleriliev. D. I. PEELER. I . .. ofiiaiton town. hip, a candidate for sheriff, intimatiDg very broadly teat uol. (T) aabject t the action of the deaiocraUc couijty T' . convention. Kerens ubb been using "influence with that paper. We may loek for fur to fly from now on in Republican circles, and Bro. Austin will be right FOB COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to announce a candidate ror county cierk, aubject to the I in 'de push" when he eets his war action of the democratic county convention. I . We are authorized to annoanc 8. T. BHOAODLS. of Otage towoafaip, candidate for County Clerk, aubject to the action of the democratic ceanty convention. paint thoroughly applied. I agin. "Hit 'em The Butler Tree Press for the last few weeks has had a decided advan tage ovtr other papers in that it can say what it pleases and abuse who it tion to the blwi. It1 X wears, tears and dra?s a4 r knowledge that Lee is in charge of affairs in Cub Las had more to do with curbing the pent up iniigna tion at the terrible disaster to our battle ehip and ths loss of our noble Seamen, than any other cause. We take pleasure in calling atten tion to the announcement of T- K. Liele, as candidate for Recorder. Mr. Lisle has bees a citizen of our ounty for nearly twenty years, coming here trom Richmond, Ken tucky. In that time ts9 man in the I mav obtain the most eminent medical ad county has devoted more of his time dene arJd privacv bv writing to Dr. K V. or spent bis money more freely than c,h'lf "'tinz rhysjeian of the 1 J J Invalids' Hotel and bur?ical Institute, of he for the democratic party. He has Buffalo. N. V. Occupying thi position for . - , , - , . thirty year he has had a wider practical twice been Chairman Of the COUntT experience in the treatment of women's Committee and the party S.CcesS Ctseases than any other physician ,n this r""J I country. His medicines are world-tamous bhowed his admirable management for their astonishing efficacy. ... tt i The most perfect remedy ever deied for 01 the campaign. Me has been a wealc and delicate women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. His "Golden Med ical Discoverv " is the onlv twrmanent di ed a party responsib lity. He ia tne srestive and nutrient tonic." The two med- whole phvsical srst prows slujjgih and torp under it. No wmder o many sales eirls and faattey c:r!s and housewives suf fer from indigestion and constipation and ' biiious troubles. No wonder tin. y rc sub ject to the diseases of the delicate .-pecial organism of their sex. The wor:d.-r is rather that they can stand it as well as they do. But "a poor weak woman," as she is termed, will endure bravely and patiently agonies which a strong mar. would sr.ve way under. The fact is women arc more patient than they ought to be under such troubles. Kvery woman oueht to know that she Sctian. Mo, March 3 WLTe lire John Kerne and her little daughter wr burning traeh in the ard in day the chil l' drss caught lire Mr. Kernt-s ir.e 1 to cuotLer the Sauie and Lr own c'nthiug wee ignited. The ecreams of :n nker and 1 child brought th hnd rf th fani ' : i!y from the 6 Li Kerce- extin- a guiehed the tlauies. t ut both Lis wife A i i . t .. i i . i . i. siciarg thick they w.ll b . f :FFI IAL STATKMKNT F THF. FINANCIAL CONMTH N t F Til K ! FARMERS' BANK A lakai S' e i Settl. Wash., March CAi " senger who Lai arrtd bera k! Alaska on the .-Ui.i.t- C:tr cf has inform-i Aget Graumaaofb i1 t . i- . . i V steamer llt. K thit a . I t t pa-.? 1 by th- C-.ty of Settle ttt,.' f ) of Victoria, w!: c!i .M retx.rf I C last ni-h'. hal '! tt rpearsne:' overdue itn wreck ; north of Vict -ri c n the rocks, ajj there are r... indication of anyl5J vivor. 'F HATES COFNTY, at Hiit!r, State of iliss.mri, at the ; cl of busings on t tt lth !ay of ! February, lv;i. Kl S .I RCKS. Ijan 1 'ii-comits u-.dout.te li j K.t I" r'Oi; ...r c-::a;ra: - j runty Sia.l-.'T.M I Loan an! i.siuni un loutU-!iy Huol n r al acai s iirity 6,.ft .T j erdraf:. by ! '-ut .(. ::, -re i'fT J I'nitl laa ix.ii t hand OoooJi) , tli--r l--n !- and u k at tti ir ir -- er.t ca-h market price ,t'Z 1 Real esiati4 ((ankini hu-e; at pr - I ent cah market alnt- tkto.on B-ai -tt.- other than I ankinK houie at its present ra-h inarki-t a!ne wt. ft Furniture and 11 xtu re 0.t Due from other bank, k-ms! n irM draft ... J.'yjrt Che k and other cah item l.wi.wi National bank n-it i luteal tndt-r I" niil .states note and g -ld an t silver certidraiea S.jrrr.(V ioi i e..in . ?...( Silver coia. including pt nuies . l.K.tM All otli r r -ourc. -a imu ( ( c c c perfect and successful course of treat- Capital M-vk paid of the most kirjd hearted of mtn and haa been as true to his friends as th needle to the pole. He is a gentle man uader all circumstances, pleas ant and a,.hla in m.nn.v, others. They never tripe. qualified for the duties of the office and would make a very popular H--ii tbe Market.With a Lie nominee. He has distributed thou ew York, March 4. Tbe New Total .... I.1A1UI.IT1E. is.'. 'V4.il I ment ever prescnoea tor temale troubles surpiu nini ..: nan.t B complicated with a sluggish, overwrought. Cndivi le-i profit ! current n- . nervous, diseased constitution. In severe . , o J.3"-37 fnih.,t;m Tie pj-. w.,tIr, v.'!..,. Ifr-:t subject to draft at 4-ht by . .v. . ""V I rank and banker 1113 13 I should be occasionally taten with the ihnrtiI,,il:n tiJi,ir.ri . i ,w.w FOR CIKCtIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce Z. A WHITE. tT IhiVUM tnwnhln rntMfit m far rtrfalt Clerk, aubject to the action of the democratic I Sees fit and evervthiDC runiins B We are authorized to annonnee rene. n remiDas ut Very mucn ti. i. H tXKY , ant dtp rk. aub: erallc county convention. I lvJ v;. uri uiu ui- - ---,-- basia We are authorized to annonnce I noers acd remain oui"t under the -'-"" irom me race ior reelection individual and other. Dep.esi' -ut.jev-t t draft at jiu date. Bill pa able and bills re-diecountl Kividenl- unpaid Liabilities other ttiaa those atove stateti JO 10, 1-.y0 i).oil l!,0O 4I1..V1 ,k sands of dollars to the farmers in ork ErDllg Journal to-day save ie , 11 th '-trust servants of the people' in . the purchase of mules, always a ! , . , i of ... J VV ashmgtoo gamb td on stocks agaio it. :.t i i i i a i i ofPleMftnt Gap township, candidate for Clr- fcue w,c"u olu nswain WHO CiQ can cierk. tubjeet to tbe action or ths demo- .Uk 1 v - libfi'ui buyer T"tal i,M.i ISTATKOF MI.oCi:i, ( lemiiy ..f Kates, ' e, i. . l tiiiip.in. President, and E to CUT. IjHD tte trOilb.es between R,1P- asuier or sm.i r.asik. ea. li of u. A l.i T - . . . . """""'i' oer lUBi IHC aiMIe LaLenient ll tieiiH ar Koger U Mills has with-I w: omu a irue to me i-t ,,r 0nr Bn l .iier. ior tueir operations, inev started a bear scare from the Whits I S t I fc. r aa rr v i n a. a t f Osage townhip. a candidate for circnit awost trying provocations. The ship lo lu'i L Dltea states senate, tie House, the caritel or some depart . . . ... uciuuLiiiiu I ,, - , . , . . . . . I .1.1,.,. 1, 1 1 I 1 L -i ,1 county convention, i was compeiieci to winter in tne tncict inci ui miuurBwai, i uimi, aim uafuicg n over ine wire zone. It became no intAnaelv rnld moDg other reasons, the foilowine: to their Irokers turned a trick that xu-i . , m nni i.f;nn oft.. i i 4 ! must have netted small fortunes. u-.n ....... irfiar. n n ei B w at a TVi-t'yAei a n .1 a m.vfiA . j 11 1. 1 vy u miri n 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 r 1 1 1 ini 1 rUlt KP.UUKUH.lt. I ,i w-.u ouv ui DO ri ,L C-, T) .- rr-u. 1 . - .... r ,,,,,, ia ni1 i rloirir, o "c r J " " lu"fc -Jeu.ici 11UI" mauuiuie, x llw VUaiBWaiU IOOH i " v.uq ucvicidki We art aathorlied to announce JAS. M. SPROUL. or Howard townabi nomination for Record if r Vif.il K.r. ikaaAaairkAf mA in H a t- n . p.'ai a candidate for the this opportunity to vent his pent u p the demaDj for silver, snd its price The orders to brokers were all ia aubject to the free choice of the democratic feelics and for moDthi relieved his contiuuea to fail until the euver in The faliebood was bulletined: etoeks voters of Batea county. . j t, . . , , We are authorized to announce mind freely in the most frightful our dodir is dow at a discount of 50 dropped and the ''trusted servants 1 '. . IHoMPSdV. I're.ident E. J. KIPP, (a-hier. Mif-si-rilwd and sw.irn to before me, th!a 3rd lav of March, A. U. eighteen hundred and ninety-eirht. Wit u. -, my hand and notarial rem me nate iat aroraid. (Com siAi.j mi.-.-ioneil and ijualifleil for a term ri pirinjf Januarv laoii. T. V. Sll.yKK- .n.ti.. Correct Attest. JDIIV E. SIirTT. 1 J. KVKKIVollAM, ' I.ireotor. M. ... WILCOX, Get KlO ana you (M less Why is it every KarsaparDli hich tries to sell itself, rang itflf aaint Ayer's iw the stand, ard ? Why u it that 11 have to offer extra inducements bigger bottles, fancy wrapm-rs, cheaner price anything, everything, but !H the one inducement of quality I ( isarsapariiio haa never been equaled by any cheap imitation of it, and quality tells, just as Hood tells. It Is idc Standard. I have soM Ayer's Sanwparillt. formor than twenty-five years, and have nertr heard anything but words of praiiwj from my customers ; not a dingle complaint ku ver reached me. A preparation aiurt poeaa great merit to maintain uch a rep, tation. I believe your aarMparilla to U the bet blood purifier that ha ever beei introduceil to the general public. I oft hear other manufacturers 3y that tiia k "as good a Ayer's." but no one ever yt heard it said that Aver' wa "a good ''m any other kini They alwavs net Ayer' up aa the standard of excellence." S. F. Boyce, Duluth. Minn. CilLKS w.CLAkUY. nai,m tu cm,.. a u- ner cent of the ircM in our told dol. tbe people pocketed the money. ubiui x un 111 dl L 1 1 11 it mill 1 in 11. 1 ei - . - - - - of Mt. Pleaiant township, a candidate for Kecoruer. abject to the action or the demo- ,.,, r.,A-A i u eiaticcountv convention. ncers were dumb-lounded at these we are authorized i to .announce imprecations bsing hurled at them or New Home township, candidate for Rcor4- from e verydirection At. est some er, aubject to the action of the democratic I ' K county cenTention. rollers or bz your press i e nro auwionieii 10 annonnee .1 w III vi 1 v of reer Creek township, candidate for Re-1 Under the heading ''American curuer, inojoci 10 tne action or tne demo-1 T ,. , , ... cratic county convention. Journalism on Home Rule the Mis We are authorized to announce I V-ll ta . j T J. w. CIIOATE cumjji 1 nncjf idiuucrai a Liu oour '1 . 1 a. 1 ii .1 . i . ia I Aticu, iu ututr ia get, an me nay v a l a r . . I loat wsj iu tight, tbese V abinrton "Now that iha irrsdf hiHn z-f ih . . . " o ottciaH cot 1 ... .. .. 1 - commercial world Das taten its stand dervieo- th' against silver, Idn not believe it in fcefore. cost fVtA nnnmi r9 1 a TT-. ,' . n 4 A 4 . 1 I 1, P" " 14 u un,cu siaies aiuue i gamcimg came inis was tne story uy its luuepeuueiit, action, to restore tbat tbe United State was buTlii" BENNETT - WHEELER MERC. CO. -Deal ers in t the wire again, and III O ,fl II :KESh" Hardware, brocenes. Oueensware, Harness sited Staff, was Ih.t' the value of silver to par with gold war ships. Washington broke at 1G to 1." working in close touch with tb .ers, 117 in rinse triirn with thoir Moldinc these viAwa M r Milla I vr : . l i of Soruc townshio. candidal, for Recorder. . , . . , - .- . I r"" iu - f"'F UU,J " aubject to the actien of the democratic county ui agriculture puDiisnea me loi- umpiajs Kreai wisaom in gelling oui beep. VUUVflUIIUU. W are authorized to announce H. O. UAIKT of flnrni4 tAwn.hin . . . . . n .11 .1 . 1 . r . nA corder, aubject to the action of the democratic I Butler, Mo. Under the single stand ard idea we are fact slipping ur c.unty convention . We are authorized to anaonnce of Mt. Pie...n? town.h1p.E'.. candidal, for mooDg Ba government for and Recorder, subject to vhe action or tbe demo- by the people, to that of centraliza- r.ratle. ennntv con vptitinn L We are authorizel to announce lowinc: of the raca of his own accord before From J D Allen Fditnr Ttmix? tbe democrats of Texas had time to ,?, m V i , , cfc- Thy "OuUn't have done a OFFICIAL STATEME thicg to him tion, wherein the treasury ia con- J.U.MMK1!,L I ,11,1 U i:.4 J 41. 1 candidate for Kecord-I " juu"',,",B mui tua puwir Free Sliver In Alaska. K. C. Times. "I received a letter the other day iron) a friend of mine ia Dawson City," said G N Snitble, of Johns- ENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE MISSOURI STATE BANK Buggies, Wagons, Road Wagons, Surreys, iARi iiir.i 1 rx its. Wire, Nails, Builders Hardware. Field and Garden Seeds. Bran. Shorts. Corn Chop or most anything you could call for. SSOURI STATE BANK AVe hav? the finest line of Farm Iiiijik-meiitM ever nhown 1 utler. state of Mi,,ouri, at th. ,n Jut,cr; afl vou are needing a plow, cultivator, harrow, I ge of business on the i?th day or corn planter, don t tail to see our line. at B close of February, 1898. RESOURCES. town. Pa . at the Midland Teistsrdiv I Loan and discoaata andfeubtadlr trusts acftinat. nur frp inaditnf inn. tu;. a t I sood on personal or collateral ae- o , A ulo uicuu sut lrum vuiuriiia. I eiritT in mu ofSnawnee townehio. as er, suoject to the action or the democratic I 41, i , . , county convention. or lne government is exerted by We are authorized to announce i. f r . ., . . . . a . . . t i .A" i r ... i m , . . . i ...... -iv - .... of Elkhart townfthin-oftnii.it fny RsfArHar 1 06 rilltB Ol Boveteurn Rt-ftti-H nr lwhTA hm had li vm 1 mnnv Mri Knf I int ana oucouni onaoabuaij . . . . rw - , . a O - 1 ? --. e- u m I .aa.I Anvil aetata n-mim I- J aw. I BOD K'l lO tni tr.t on Of the ( cmnrratlA Mnntv ... I I . ... I v" ' t o- i ay vnj,rrr w i i . I nrt m AFQ raanaf i K n -t 4L. .IUt.l IlRri TlH V4PT nfiOflrTI A inffiAtSH VI t ri tha I 1 )f,r(1rafta lav sarkl tent n at tnwa k-ta 4 cunviuuun . i --r uj vaw t cdltulcu lu nu inn iiwiiiMi - mav.wvm suu i f.-v.ua -. .w nuu vw.i. v. i ill 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 hi ' a o n 1 1 even , n a ri I w. .u w. . " m w a w vm i i I 1 1 e r .nn ll snn . rw m m . i ih. . OJ.IJIJIJ 00 1. LULI&K. I I U -I 3 .1 . - Jl . 1 . . I ..k, . ... . . ... r. . . - I.. I1H n I1KH 1 HI 1 Tit I UI 1 inp 1 II a Bin II Tl tt I . " aeu uiia.e. 471 iw: ' Vh" t 1 .l0.wn.V1,,, ca.n?Jd,:e ror the country is placed on a commer- 7 '"" Heal estate (baakiun bous.jat pre. Recorder, aubject to the action of the demo-I J i-tjl vu luujujci I mnnev tiVl-. oil Via -tm fo. m I ... r.i. .. - I j t 4ev au o i 74W-eau maiaci wstiuc . cratic county convention. cial ratmo-. The rempdv ia thsUv.i k .1 1.4 i 1 1 I Real estate oth.r than banking- , ' . I . -"-B" ""eu uC house at It preent cash market iriumpn 01 tne principles enunciated by to Denver and headed for the value en.nreo ; ri,: i.u . tV,o oee. t il.i. v I,- u..4 urniiure ana nxtnres l.Koo.o " mo viiiusgu pistiurui, jue? 01 most I "v-v" v .ib. oiai uo uu I uae rrora other banks good on sight escaped forever association with the ri?-" 10 IO 1 CrOWU, tbat favored tem one- National bank cotes, l.gal tnr FOB TREASURER. We are authorized to annonnce A. B. OVVkV. nf a ..... 1 iyi..AV . . v. : . 1,1.. - Treaanrer. aubject to the action of the demo- important Of Which 18 that this gOT tt. i:c cuumy convention. We are authorized to anneunce J. 8. PlfiKCE. or Mt. Pleasant tewnahio. as rxmH.l.to for cMt"cMntynconlnUon' acUon of ihe Uem- ing f or the conasnt or CD operation 81.S3K oe ernment can and should coLtrol its mints in its own way without wtit tization by the Unitei Stales, no I'riited States notes and gold and silver ceruncatea FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE We are authorized to annonnce WM. M. DALTOV. of Mt. Pleasant township, as candidate for .i uupe 01 rrooaie, subject to the action of the ueinocrauc county convention. We are authorized to announce J. FLETCHER SMITH. ofMt. Pleasant township, aa candidate for rrouaie Juutre. subject to the action of the democratic county convention. We are authorized to announce M. M TUCKER. of Grand River township, candidate for Pro - oate jaaite, subject to the action of the domo cratic county convention. FOR PRESIDING JUDCE. We are authorized to announce J. W. McrADOKX. of Charlotte township, as candidate for Pre Ftitlnft' Judfteof the connty court, subject to the action or the democratic county conven tion. We are authorized to annonnce AARON" HART as candidate for Presiding Ja.iire of the County I of any other nation. I matter what tbe course of a'l the rest Gold coin r l-: j rr , , . I SiiTer coin, including pennies. ... 01 mankind. He was doomed to ah other resources ..... bitter disappointment, for at Dawson City he finds the sentiment for the 6. 2iT.ce ; irnO 00 T4J i To til. LIABILITIES. rio.o-j Colorado has just decided to make "bite metal just ab3ut as intense Capital etoek paid in .-,5,ooo aetate exhibit at the Tran.-M.s.is- nd universal as it was in Colorado tX&XfcZ rurr - l'"M . ... . end hen aoout the only cold bu? penses and taxes paid sippi Exposition on a far more miS. in the Yakon vallev. Thi , ft ttt Kl'I.r'"" " ightby nificent Kcale than was first coatem- queer condition when one reflects pf,"5,jy piateu. xnis aecermmation wei that the people who go there go after upposit subject to dra.'t at given 1 14 1 en I expressed after a visit of Colorado's Id Rlof?but it is no strancer Biii9payabieand'biii.redi.counte;i ,r,.,.,Z i 6 c"dle the Deere and Bradley Corn Planters, which are the most L.o.;-. .t.w tbanthe fact that the population ?r ' i-. complete ur to date !Mu,. tt. , i.j.ii-tuiwico iuuilhus iu HHISI i o , n 1 .1 . . u.uiniiM umtr tuin mose tDOve ' r .... lunuo. lie alio ciQaie 1L( Hlirh IJIt . of Cripple Creek, the greatest cold ttatei -. la r jt.-ji -.-t, .. . eTr Xi,KQ 4 . ior space for a buildm and display catup in' the worj3 i unreserv;dy . , u viuey v i.ays aulic.j and Gang Plow, which r.re tha eiiie.t - Lieut. Governor Bru3h of the party, for free silver. state of Missouri'', runLiLgplowiia.de. Don't fail to see them, if you are reeding a plow, after visiting the Exposition ground,, - T.Vn. president and j r j.n- IaaSe"V the Racine, which are strictly up to date in firth Court, subject to the action of the democratic will be seeond O-ilv to the World' county convention. rair. in miaerals. bee arts, manu factures, food products, agriculture, said: "The half has not be?n told," in fn Porforf HhrloH referring to the splendid preparations ' Vl and progress which have been made Patience Became Exhausted, but for the opening of aa exposition that Good Result Fr.Mr.woH We are authorised to announce SAM V.'KST, of Mt. Pleasant township, a candidate for Presiding Jud.trof the County Conrt, aublect to the action of tbe democratic county conven tion. FORJUDGE OF COUNTY COURT. .10HH pisri-icT. We are authorized to annonnce J. M. COLEMAN, candidate for Judjfe of County Court for the North District, subject to the astion of the democratic county convention. SOCTU DIHUK'T. We are authorized to ani.our.c g. vv. sum. of Deep Water township, as candidate for uuage 01 me county court lor the outQ Dis trict, eupjec t to 4tie action or the county convention. fruits, education! features and di sonal Experience. "After having two attacks of the grip I waa leit in a very bad condition T h, versified industries Colorado pro- no apptite and suffered with severe poses to make a showico- that will ceaaacrie8 nd a daU feeling. My bones J. K. JKNKl.NS (uhin Bbscrib.d and (Worn to befr.ra m th!. .th dajof March. A. D eighteen hundred and ninetT-etsrht. Witn. mv h.n.. mi seal notarial seal the date last aforesaid. A Mlccnnrisin D !-. - (ujmniiMionM and oualiEei lor a "I'SSOUnan Relates a Bit Of Per- Urm expiring Januarr :Mh. ifjii 1 FKA5K A I. I KS otin Pnklle. Correct Attest T. C BOl'LX.ACE. rector. klns.cashierof said back, each of ns. do sol- ana price BS Well SB quality. Why bur a bu7trw tht .. eirmly swear that the above statement u true , . 3 uujr a UUgfJ mat JOU Can t 1 6.1 W to the best of onr knowledge and belief " WS made When JOU Can Efct a Kacine at snma -,... tt -n 4 wm. e. waltun. President. oa , , 3 B iiacine ai same price that will wear t .vug. iteiueuiDtr we are tieadquarter. for hers wice i . C BOL LW.AUE, C R RADFORD, Dir T J. WtlfaHT, S CITY OFFICES. be a credit to the Centennial state and assist in a general way in de neting the woniereus development accomplished in that rich section of the west. A special da? to be known as "Colorado Day," will be fittingly lemocratic 1 observed durir.tr the F t nr.. i . i An -. - . 0 ,. j, . i 4 ii Bta- sod, on which occasion the people of jthe state will visit the Trams Missis- Y srt anthor1 ?.! tr nnni.nis . , iiioMAs kki.ley. sippi Exposition in large numbers eandnllte for I tf Mrvhl .r ;.r . .. . ; 1 "u-oucio action of the democratic city convention. V are au'.horiie to anr.ounce TAKE Lif OLLETTE, t-aniidate for Police Ju i:e, subject to the ac tion of the democratic city convection. JJenver styled, "tbe Paris of the West," will erect a building of its own for the entertainment of visitors and distinguished guests. ached, my arias, back and shoulders were TRUSTEE'S 9 ALE Wher- a J K Korls and E Forbes, h:s wife, by tbe-.r deed of trust I -tore nnil stiff on , . I "'" i'wmoe. jo, i-ai. an 1 re.-or'led in the " "" impossi- rraer .ofTi.e within and f -r Bate, eonntr. for .m. .. . . -UiHsoun, in book No. lir. page xu WlBvpti - vo.u an weu sg traje Die lor me to move. I was treated for muscular rheumatism, but as I did not find relief I got out of patience and de cided to try Hood's Sarsa par ilia. It was not long before I began to get better. When I had taken three bottles the sore ness had all disappeared, my appetite was good and my digestive organs were ia perfect order." T. C. Logan, BrookfSeld, Missouri. Get only Hood's because H00C3 'S S paMna Is the best :n fact the One Tnie Biood Purifier. Sold t y aa drup?gisri. .1 ; six for $5. Woven Wire Hog Fence and Poultry Netting, ! Our hog fence is heavier and better made than any fence you could buy. I So don t fail to ccnie in and get our prices before h,,;r,r, ir i ..... - large stock of Minnesota Seed Potatoes on hand at a verw 1 r r; 1"UitUiUCI we J -taa 01 country produce and pay the tor Hood's Pills cnre UTer ias; ea'T to U 2 rilib uke, easy to operate. 25c. prirs Come in and see our line of Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spade, Shove!, etc : The .utnwr.t quarter r ie:uo'B m no, " 'iu"5 ior atiortB, liran, Com Chop, Oats, Core and 'ZJJL"!:'"'"'. I.-'. : -v. Baled Hav and alwavs fc. 1.r4 K. ' . . . - - ju.-u.iijr uu tDd. v e are etui knocn- ing the bottom out of price, cn Groceries, Queensware and Hardware when you cDixe to town drive ri?ht up to o jr store with your pro 1 j-e we always pay the top price in rash as well as trade, and sell our go , f s at the lowest price going. Thanking you for the liberal trade you Lave given us in the pst and soiicit-ng a continuance of same. to me unaer:gned trustee tne following "de. scriiied real estate lying and ting situate in the county of Itate? and ta:e of M!socri - 14. in tow woicn conveyance was ma 1" m tr'j .t to e-iire 11. p lu: "e rtr.1, n note ri: i v .-. i in s:d del of trast: and w hereas, 'Jefan t ha U-en made in the payment of the principal of said note and the annual interest tareon ui-w past due and unpaid. Now th'-ref .re. t the 'T'"1 legai noiaer or .aid not and pnr- eoant to the con-iition or of trust I win proceed to the above .'rriM t rem ises at public vendue, to the hiche.t .-.- r?n, at tne ea-t rrorst iloor of the foirt hoi in the city of Eatier, ounty of Bate is tla.n. Thurailay, March 31, between the beers of nine o"cI'X-s in the ', ,r,.. noon and five o'clock in tbe afmoon of'tf.at day, f .r tte purposes of iati-. :r.g ;,! interest and cost. J. D. AII Ev" ' 1T-4t Irip.e. We liemain Yours Kespectfully, Bennett-Wheeler Merc. Co. - LEADERS OF LOW PEICES.