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VOL. XXI II.
BUTLER. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FHliRUAIiY 2S. HH)1. NO. lu. 5 peacoii Bros. Co. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, STOVES. Harness, Queensware, Buggies, Wagons, and (Eocenes, Rotables, "jbacco, '.ait, " tinned Goods, lour, eal, Jt, horts, Iran, Jiled Hay, tock Food, 'otiltry Food, alt Meat, Mashing machines hams, toasters, 'Mckens, '30' (utter, i fried Fruits, fiinz' fine bulk pais, Fruits, 'reserves and Luier Kraut, fehes, Lamps, lass ware, FARM fHAGHiNERY. CORN PLANTER Ife 4rf y a All steel Uiid nia!e;le ion, not a piece of cast iron about it. The lilaekbawk in the only planter made that plants the last two rows ami takes np t lie wire. Plants 1,1! or Ji in a hill, never fails, no other j)lanter will do it. See the lilaekhawk, vw'llshow yon that it plants ja.st the nnniher you want, all day. Irs wonderful. GOOD ENOUGH Sulky plow, simple, liht, strong, durable, well made, turns perfect furrow, qw in Price, ask your neighbor, they all know it, defies competition. Don't fail to see the new third lever on the (Jood Enough Sulky Plow. OHIO CULTIVATORS. I a rl ware, 'ut!e;y., (inns, v munition, Harness, Saddles. Whips, : rouse Paint, iing-gy Paint, Kxle Grease, IT IS TOO LATE FOR OUR Riding and Avalking. Tongue and Tongueless. The best line of cultivators on earth. MOLINE PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, HARROWS, and DISKS. THEY ARE ALL GOOD. Have just received a full car of Moline goods and have in transit a carload each of Ohio cultivators from factory, Kentucky wagons from factory, a car of mixed implements from Kansas City, a car of wire and nails, a car of Deering Binders, Rakes and Mowers, a car of Deering Twine and a spec ial car of BUGGIES and HARNESS. Machine Oil, Wlass, Putty, Stoves. Tinware, ( Jraniteware, i jCopperware, j Grass Seed, j Garden Seed, ! Pumps, I Windmills, IRON, STEEL, Wagon Woodwork, Plow Shares, Chicken Netting, Uarb Wire, flog Fence, Screen AVire, Screen Doors, TILES. See our new spring line of harness and the new and beautiful addition to our queensware Id glassware stock. Bring us your Butter, Eggs and Chickens in exchange for goods. DEACON BROS. & CO. COUNTY CLERK IS ACCUSED. Pter Proceedings Under Corrupt Practices Act Are Begun. hereon City, Mo., Feb. 22. Chief v& Burgess yesterday issued a t of quo warranto against James Cncade, county clerk of llarri- coonty, on the information of forney General Crow, charging P with having spent about $1,000 wthan the law allows in securing office, with having distributed quantities of liquors, etc., over prison eountv and with having owed deputyships to various rons in order to secure his nomi- ion. ' :8 is the set oavl time such pro 'igs have been commenced -'&t Harrison countv otfi -e-hold- uder the corrupt practice net. years nro William F. Towns. 'ibliean candidate, was elected to ly the same oilice by precisely n means charged to have fffittloved liv Iv incade in tins Vnd the supreme court ousted iowns and duly installed his wratic opponent 'uld Harass the Fair Bill. rsonCity, Mo., Feb. 22. It. -an mem Iters if the ireneral as- -Jf. have in view a. plan whereby "opeto harass the wort 1 s tair 2ow DendiiiL' in the United States Rhe party eausus they reached fusion to petition republican ;irsof the Failed State senate ye up this bill until the Missouri 'kture repeals theXesbit e:vtion Xo Hope for England. London, February 22. The Out look, reviewing the trade competition ltetween the United States and Great Britain, will say to-morrow: "After all, the truth is that the natural advantuges and resources of the United States so far surpasses ours as to assure them the eommer- cial predominance they are rapidly j attaining. If we take Lord Salis bury's advice and look at a large map, a comparison of the Fnired States with Great Britain is not en i couraging for successful rivalry on our part.' Will Hunt for Polar Bear. ; Topeka, Kan., Feb. 22. Buffalo Jones, the famous arctic explorer, who spent eight months in that re gion two years ago. to-day received a flattering offer from the Federal government to return to the Arctic region next summer and secure nome polar lar. On his former trip to the far north. Buffalo Jones was hunting for moose, but failed to find any. lie sajs he killed several polar bear and was compelled to live on bear meat for two months. He will start on his trip about May 1. Js ff?5 - : , X lo f m-$s:b I GtI i heir I A . m BLs Mr ?3 M Air MM BECAUSE WE ARE SELLING MOST OF THE mplements, as well as Buggies, Heavy Machinery & Groceries. Their atk of our untried, cheap quality and phort life goods won't work this year. The people have tried our goods now for two years and TIIKY KNOW what tiny are. They know an AVERY PLANTER is the I test t-hat cv.-r run in the ground, t he only planter that is perfect for planting broom corn, cane, etc., ! ides neckyoke and the hest con structed doubletree that w.-i ev . put on an implement go with it. Th AVERY CULTIVATORS are clear at the top. The hammock .eats, tle combined rider and walker and the "can't throw down" tongue less can't be beaten. They are made of the finest matirinl obtainable, most perfectly coiifMi-t:--!eti at.d their shovels are worth 2 more -t set tlian any other shovel. These planters and cultivators cost usmoie than any other goods but we do not ask you any more, and not as much as they ask for theirs, as we are sat isfied wilh a smaller protit. Besides we only have one price on everything to everybody, and that is the lowest living price and no competitor can cut under our price, unless on a cheap er quality of goods, and we pride ourselves on always handling the best of everything, and we think the people of Bates county know thi. Hummer Sulkv & Gang Plows have no competition in the plow line. There is no plow constructed like them and never will Ik r.s long as the Sattley Mfg. Co. holds the patent on them. (Hhers will tell you that they have a plow just like it or just an good, but we will prove toyou in two minutes, if you will come to see us, that they haven't, and to further convince vou. we will loan you a Hummer or t'ornniodore ior a few il i vs to try it. Then you will know whet her you want to buy or not. In f .cf. we uarhtitee every inipt-tneiit we sell to do jierfeet work. TL" Avery and Sattley Manufacturing companies do not spend their money in large it tares and advertisements but put it in the quality and con st ruct i in of t heir goods. SATTLEY WALKING PLOWS AND Angle Steel Bar Harrow, are a jM-rfect delight to every man t hat has used them. Our JaiicsvilV !- nb i v ator, our Faule Listers t.t.l Mai!; cutters are pronounced by t ae farmers to 1m- the U-st. Ask your neighbor who has bought irnple :ne:,t fu what they think of them. We are willing to leave it to the peo ple whohave used them. We are getting in this week three car loads of implements, one car of barb win and h"g fencing and one car of bug gies .d spring wagons, over l.'n culti ators, l."0 riding plows, and ot her goods in proportion, and we will sell them, too. if quality of goods and low prices count for anything. Will .sell you a BAIN' FKOHIA or BIIIDSELL Wagon for .'2..".0 spot ash. for the next thirty days. Now is your time to get the ln-st wagon made, at cost. We handle most everything known in the implement and machinery line. Plows, cultivators, harrows, disc harrows, .Tanesville disc cultivators. Fagle listerf and stalk cutters, land rollers, brush and new ground plows, sulky, revolving and sweep rakes: threshers, steam engines, gasoline engines, clover hullers. saw mills, pumps and wind mills, cane mills. feed mills. Iowcr& Sweeps gri-t mills, il- hay presses, stump pullers, well dri. ing :ia liinery j.!afiiu wi seal -s. poiT and n ;i rrii h l'ei ., mill and eleator tnarhiner v , n ml machinery, belting and fio-e, -te.un j lit tings. m:i'rs. biinlers ir,d re:!;- ers. wagon wmhI .voik. Iiirdwi:re, t inwa re. qiieeiiswan, lieM iiid e;n. leu eeds. far fa vimlto'is. i-pr i j ii iu) i roail wagons, hog fea invr. arsl the Famous Savers & Scovill Buggies, The Itest buggy ee; s.J ii, .e Fmt el States. We coni I get, .'M0 te-lV moniaN to this fa t from pei pie of Bates arid adjoining Main! h i, to whom we have t t Imk bnggien They are madeof wha!ebnu hi. ! ' iy, Norway iron and -teel. bi;S l-afher, cushions tuffed wiih hair and put together for ke ps7 a. ,4 ! v. m l. th. in at same price others uk forth heap stuff. So, when you tiirt to town to buy a bug-ry, don stop liy the wayside and buy a roJH brick, but come straight to uh and what you know is g !, a Hatkks S4 (jviri., and r meinlr, N.o. that. Williams Gro-T-ry ft ore is Hm i heap est pi ice on earth to buy fntt't h t, when you meet piea.-in .rx ci'iini. dating atid honest clerks; -here y..u get good troods -old full wfighn; where you an mad" to fee! at hm and ev ryboijy is treat.tl the sane; where you can get anythir.g you want, either in Gro ries, IlardwaiK, ( hinawan. Woodenwan. Tin wart, Cutl'ry, f mplements, machinery. Harness. I'.uggies. TarrLiges, Hy tools. fr anything from a toothpi. k to a tlin-shing nuu hine, at:d every thing at the right priv. If ou haven't trad'sl with us, f'in tiel try us for awhile nd you stay with us. Yours, Trnfy, WILLIAMS BROS. ' I A Monument at Lone Jack. Kington. Feb. 21. Uepres.Mi- fT. iit-r.ridll.ed : biil prizing the se-retary of war to ; 'a the cemetery near Lone Jack, SOn rvYi4-.. ............ . . . . t . . frr of the officers and so!l:ers m a battle at that pkue -3". lMi2. The nil appro-,120,000. Promote Digestion and Cure Dyspepsia. The disturbing influences of imperfect digestion are manifested in many ways. lSeskles the well-known and easily recognized dyspeptic symptoms, the patient is found with sallow complexion, skin eruptions, lassitude, dizziness, tendency to sleep, especially after meals, consti pation and a general feeling of discomfort. Correct the disordered condition of the digestive organs and these troubles will quickly dis appear. This i-i effected by stimulating and increasing the supply of nature's digestive fluid; the important factor in both curing and pre venting irregularities of the digestive organs and other diseases which are apt to follow. Two Weeks' Treatment 50 Cents. " Eupcpsk Tablets are giving me great satisfac tion. I am so thankful for getting a meikine tfcat has relieved me as much as your tablets hae done." Miss R.W. Tranev, Albuquerque, X..M. "I will say that Eupepsia Tablets have given satifaction to me. I am now in better health than I have been for two rears ni fre5. safe in saying tht your tablets will io ali that yo- recorr mend taem to do." T. W. Symokds, PrartST-Ile, Ark. " I will say that I am very much pleased with the results obtained from the use of tUPEPSIA TABLETS in an old ca--e of stomach trouble caused from indigestion. Eeliere your tablets are worthy of all yi claim. I shall recommend them." I. L. Pratt, M. D., Iowa Park, Tex. " I have taken nearly one box of Eupepsia Tablets and have been greatly relieved by them. Send me another box." C. E. Hamafci, Yeiington, Nct. Your Money Back If They Fail. THE EUPEPSIA CO., 333 Cukfttt Ave. St. Louis, Ho. Anti-Toxine Saves Thousands. Chii ago. P'eb. 22. Firty-tive hun dred lives have leen fravetlin the eity of Chicago ia the last live years by the use of anti-toxine treatinnnt in diuhtheria cases, according to the a. estimate of the department f health in a bulletin, and this estimate is reached by cotnparingthe diphtheria da th rat of th five years 1 V. 1 -.". b-fore the anti-toxine tratinnt mh b-gun, with that of lSIal-lOoO, com puting the numlr of deaths that might have occurred in proportion to population in the lat period at the percentage rates ot the f;rst and taking the different.- ln-t'.veen this numierand the actual nunilr of deaths. Wiil Hoot! i His Lbisin-s. S. Lavab a merchant of I Texas, writes: "I thought I w,,ul i have to give up busings, afrer tw, vears of suffering from general iebii itv brousht on by overwork a::d long liours, but four bottS-s of KSeetri. Bitters? sive nie new li?-. I ;iii now eat anvthinir, slp w-i an 1 fe-l lik working all th tun.-. It's tbv U-t meilicine on earth." It's a wonderful tonic and health builder for tire-!, weak, sickly and run-down people. Satisfaction (iuaranted. Only ."..-. For sale bv II. L. Tucker. Iicepwater Items. ! Arthur t'haiulcrs mad a bu-incs- ! trip to Mont ros Sat unlay. ' Ir. Ki'rl of Itutlnr wa s-n in our East County Item. Two iic of (now f U i. iLi .j;. tri'-t hi -t T;iurrhiy Ibaltn r port '-I good at t pr--er.t. I'n-a-hir.g at ri-:jst:t IIof:.- '-t - ;-rtie ii nd Lulu Sh'toti i Sunlay r-ifit was !; h!y ul'fif -I. I OIM!liU!ili v ;t WW 'I.t.VS hist droVH nvcr to He.ithT liid,: oil" v-ning hist week. Two young men from a dftnii -', call! in our rieighborliool SunI-iy ev-nuir v; I'-iird ist i?JU' hor-e i. -t Uek. I. M. KntzIng'T b'-u'M m-v il i-ar!oad 'f fat hog !,it If. Lair ;irr tr v. r Prof. IeboW closed his u--s.-f.ll '" ' 1'." ' '' . . ..;r. rauiiU.iM j- r "i at this .ritir.g. Mrs. . I. -phir.e ,Te.f,. -:.-, f. xl-l l StriiiT-. i: h-t Tu i ty Mi.-s I'-f Sr. ph-!;-oii v i-:te J term of sinking M-htoI eda--;iv-. ni-i.t. I".e iitertainn.ent by theWiKfl-m-n at the t umlf-rlaii l I'resbyt -ri.in .- tl'-ci -J fc. Ill f fm -i The laU-ic at the Methodist chtip h s I ...,- wn fttna- ,e.I ' -'I'"'1''- i an - i i o. .--i ,..,, J 1 1 UIl' 1 O'l'fii - - " - ' - - nntioti. v.-i'-d hitii I ist we k. I ir Sun- l... I. I 1 !..(.. t i t..t t.iw I-ii Kimball and iittl- ! wot..!t ,t U m. L-'w,i. J-.,- t daughter, of fJoM-n 'ity. ai ti,- don ar.v raor,. k .ei.-e b.ty. ...-r-of home folk. Mi" L":r'-' L- M '!: 1 T"' Mr ' Fisiier of Spru -e. atten.ied . "otne. chureli at Johnstown Sunday even- I - -r h -:gh. f ll'Al Miss IVrdie Walker wa-the gyewt .1... ; "Ci.wfn: Lift M'r.da v Several JohtisTown vonnjr men at- Hut .-ia-o- . color-!. n - ' feudal church ut Uak Hill la.-t Sun- ; v-ar- i:. :-" l--1 '' r dav tv-'-i;''. riiir c-. i't re sy. lor r-a 'Uev'Tlav and familv of Ilutl-r, were . into a ry .o-.-i 1 1 . je-rs oi V. IL Sh-'toi.and farn- , --hi.-k-r.- i: sol J i t Au .. ilv I ist Mondav night. Another i-r. Iw l;r.;-f.t. lri-rp w. aTten,'. l ; riv-n .' r - - ''-. " - Tli two -Sill last ilonday. Kosk. i s ven d-.'-ar. 1