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mm tme& J. . i! .- " IP .'4 VOL. XXVII. BUTLER, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1905. NO. 21 7EVEU)! Science has developed something Infinitely better than the old-style wrap or clamp. rBITTSBURCH PERFECT" p FENCES ARE WELDED u BY ELECTRICITY. This b the modem method of construction. Years of life are added through the elimination of serious fence defects. A WRAP faoUi moisture, cracks the amount of displaced raivanttlng on TCCTION AGAINST fine allow, thewater to attack the bare wire. A imafl ie on ri i ' ntirsrvKws. tni rno RUST AT THE ELECTRICALLY WELDED JOINT, examine the Joint. STAYS CANNOT SLIP. Tbey ait always )uat where they wen put. Stay and strand wires become one piece when the unloa a nude. The Uocc Is Uke a solid sheet of perforated steel. Every Rod is Guaranteed Perfect. Don't allow your prejudice la favor of the rapldly-dcdloJag and sow antiquated method you have heretofore known, to warp your good judgment. "PITTSBURGH PERFECT" FENCES REPRESENT PROCRESS, because hundreds of thousand of dollar worth of standard material i dally welded by electricity. The hoop oa the avenge curst barrel in the Isolated country grocery store Is an electrically welded product. If your waon wu made In a Urg factory, its tires were welded by electricity. You wul Bad electrically welded boops on tee cream freezers and washing machines, on many tubs ana Duuea. examine mem. PITTSBURGH PERFECT " fence are made by this modern, simple and marvelous process, producing " THE WELD IN A I MUB." MR. FARMER i LISTEN, NOW. Every agent fondling " PITTSBURGH PERFECT " fences b author. ttcd to guarantee that That the wkw are aet lnure at the lelnta, In And Around Pleasant Gap. Jay Campbell has just returned from a trip to Colorado. W. W. Gibson left a few dare ago tor Kansas Citj where he will work In a packinghouse. There was preaching at the Branches church last Sunday. Born to Mrs. Jess Brooks a fine girl a few days ago. Mother and babe are doing fine. The grand ball at the hall last Saturday night was well attended. The managors will give an Easter supper at the hall April 22 which will be a swell thing. The Grand March came off at 10 o'clock after which was called a quadrill and waits. The Morh boys gave us a fine cake walk which was worth 50c alone. Tiger. Could you Mured. DEACON BROS. & CO. BUTLER. MO. The the fenae la aerSeetiy adluetaele ta anavan around. That the ataye will net eeearete tram tha etranda. That Mm fenee la all right la every particular. ' ask any mors definite protection ? Your complete satisfaction b absolutely 32. 26m "PITTJBURGH. PERFECT" FENCING Special Style) i s CUMMINSS IS DISGUSTED. j s s SOME MEN J Think they save money by buy log ready-made clothes, bat it J is a mistake they don't, i A 'perfect fitting tailor made J anit, cut to measure and made t to order, will wear longer and J look better than any ready i . made suit that money can buy, I possibly costs a little more in i the beginning because it is I worth more, but experience i will teach yon It is economy In I the end. Ever try it? Place your order for that I new Bpring Suit with the Continental Tailoring Co.. i , " CHICAGO. ' and let them Drove it. " I SUITS TO ORDER (13 50 to $35.00 TROUSERS TO ORDER 54. to S10. i All their new Spring and Summer woolens are now being . I i shown at our establishment. J Do not fail to call and see them I Leave your order with as. Wo aw sure to please yon. I L C. CALDWELL, ( e.aaae eem 'sue. . - Kill Lilt. B1U.':.L.. - ba. - Killed by a Culs. f'-yd the , three-yeer-bld son of 'j Brooks, near CarringtoB.waa I I Friday, by being kicked by a ii'i' The Jamil were busy arrang fai tlelr meat when the little boy etrayed off to the pasture. . He had not , bean absent', more than fire mfnotes whin be was missed. A search was begun for him at once ad the family saw a mule standing oyer some object, which proved, to be their little boy,; dead, with bis seek broken- the result of a kick from Washington Air Stifles Tariff Revisionists, the lowan Says. The Governor Favors a General Primary Law to Bring Gov ernment up to People. Washington, April 10. Governor Albert B. Cummins o! Iowa, was the first and most conspicuous Western Republican advocate of tariff revi sion desirous of action from the pres ent Congress. Not until there is new blood in Congress does the aggres sive lowan hope to See either any re form of the tariff or satisfactory rail road legislation. Governor Cummins is temporarily at the Arlington hotel In an interview to day he made no effort to conceal his disgust with the attitude Congress has assumed on legislation urged by him and prom ised by the administration. "It is not probable" said Governor Cummins, "that Congress will revise the tariff until the people demand it in terms so emphatic that their de termination to have it cannot be misunderstood. We must elect a House of Representatives next year," he added, with some emphasis, "that la In sympathy with revision. At present the House is with the 'stand patters.' I do not want to be un derstood aa criticising the sincerity otite members, but It la obvious that the atmosphere of Washington stimulates the 'standpatter' and stifles the revisionist, and It Is quite dear that aome of the members ought to breathe the free air of the country for awhile. - "A session of the Iowa general as sembly will be. held Id the coming January, and will I hope, adopt a general primary law tor the nomi nation of candidates' tor all office, Including United States senators. la such primaries the people get a fair chance at public questions and pub He men, and an opportunity to im press upon candidates thelegielation whicb they desire.; We will get near er to tariff revisiou through the pn mary system, so far aa Iowa is con earned." , "Yon are an advocate, governor, of 'getting back to the people'?" was suggested. . .:... "Well, Bryan has no'monopoly on that idea," Governor Cummins re plied. . " We of the Republican party have been steadily trying- to pot mere power In the hands of the peo- V:: ..- -Vi. pie, and Mr. Bryan was not the man who originated the effort. I do not liks the phrase, 'back to the people.' I remembor an incident of the civil war which illustrates my distinction. In one of '.he great battles a regiment was. ordered to charge, and the color bearer out run his comrades and was planting the flig near the enemy's works when the colonel shouted: 'Bring the colors baca to the line.' The color bearer shouted back: 'Bring the line up to the colors.' So I say at this juncture, 'bring the govermnent up to the people.' They are in the front, not in the rear." Poisons in Food. Perhaps you do not realize that many pain poisons originate in your food, but some day you may feel a twinge of dispepeia that will con vince you. Dr. Kings New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to polsous of undigested food or money back. 25c at Frank T. Clays drug store. Try them. Last Case Against Butler is Dropped. Fost-Dlspatch. In a written opinion handed down Saturday morning by J udge Hiram N. Moore in the Court of Criminal Correction, in the case of Col Ed Butler, charged with bribery, the motion to quash made by Attorney Thomas J Rowe was sustained and the case was dismissed. Butler was charged with bribing Charles F. Kelley to leave the city in 1903 when he was wanted as a wit ness in connection with the boodle charges. A capias was issued for Butler Thursday and he appeared before Judge Moore and gave new bond. . Judge Moore stated in his opinion that 'prosecution lu a ease of this kind must be brought within 12 months after the alleged crime is committed. As the charge in the S resent case was not brought until 2 months after the original Indict ment, the crime. If one was commit ted, waa outlawed and the case was dismissed. Frasfd Exposed. A. few countefl Iters have lately been making and trying to sell imita tions of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, Coughs and. Colds, and other medicines, thereby de frauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people, who seek to profit, through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease, for 85 years. A sure1 protection to you, is our name on tbe wrapper. - Look for it, on all Dr. King's or fiucklen's remedies, as all others are - mere Imitation.- H. E. BUCKLEN ft CO., Chicago, 111., and Windsor, Canada. A Missouri Editor's Death. Monett, Mo., April 10. W. R. P. Dow, 52 years old, editor of the Peirce City Empire, died suddenly at noon to-day of neuralgia of the heart. Mr. Dow was sick only a few hours. Previous to coming to Missouri Mr. Dow was In the newspaper business in St. John, Stafford county, Kan., for many years. To Release 25,000 Prisoners. Sr. Petersburg, April 10. It was reported here that the government had been informed that Japan in tends to release 25,000 prisoners of war, who are Incapacitated for further fighting, and that some ef them would be sent home by way of Shanghai. Agonizing Burnt are Instantly relieved, and perfectly Healed, by Buckleus Arnica Salve C. Rivenbark, Jr., of Norfolk, Va., writes: I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it blistered all over. Bucklen's Arnica Salve stopped the pain, and healed it without a scar." Also heals wounds and sores. 25c at Frank T. Clays, druggist. Young Murphy Back. Washington, April 11. Richard E. Murphy, the 17-year-old self-con-(esse? bank robber, who gave him self up to the police in this city a week ago, has started for St. Joseph, Mo., accompanied by Detective Mc Namara of that place, where he will stand trial for stealing $325 from the Merchants National bank. The boy was dressed in the best suit he had in his three dress suit cases and wore the same satisfied smile that he had when he walked Into the detective bureau and told of his guilt. To Detective Flather he said:"Wsll 'Old Broad Brim,' I'm off for home, but I'll come out of it all right. After that It's the 'straight and nar row path for mine. Washington Is a good place, but not for the fellow who wants to be crooked." A Mother's Plea Prevailed. Jefferson City, April 10 The pleadings of a sweet faced woman of GO years touched the heart of the governor yesterday, and won a par don tor her only son, Henry Patton, a boy of 22, who lett the penitentiary yesterday evening accompanied by the old mother whose love had won freedom for him and happiness for both. Young Patton was sentenced from St. Clair county at the March term, 1904, lor a term or five years for forgery of a $5 check. He was the son of ths late Judge Patton. ol Warsaw and comes from a good family. Cigarettes and whiskey led to bis downfall. Previously he had borne a good reputation, and this was his first offense. Judge W. W. Graves, before whom the case was tried, together with the prosecuting attorney, uniting In the letter recommended clemency to the governor. Notlrr of Fleet Keltlf nirnt. Nollfe Is herrhy glri-e to ell creditors end otbrrt intvrvetml ta tbc wtt of James II. Dudley, eeoeasml, that I, Mailoa Dndlej, A4 mlDiitratrix of aaid estate, Intend to make Snai settlement thereof, at the next tern of the Bates oonntj probate court, la Hatee county, state of ailMonrl.lo be helii at Bolltr, Missouri, oa tbe Htblsy of May, 1M4. MaLI.v-,A DIDI.KV tMt Administratrix. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hrretiT given to ell creditors sad others Interested In the entste of Milm (ireeory, deceased, that I, Nathsa M. Gregory, administrator of said estate, Intend to oiske Snal settlement tbrreer, at the next term of the Bates County I'robate Court, la Bates county, state or Missouri, to be held at Butler, Mis souri, on ths nth est or May, IMA. Mi ll AN M. tiKKUORT, 2l-t Administrstor. Office 'uhons 133. Hesldenee 'phono ISO. DR. W. B. STARKS, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. McMullen's Feed Yard, Butler. J W.J.McANINCH. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. OF THE Westers Tktemnary College Kansas City, Mo. Office at Cannon Feed Yard. ( Hesldenee IS - PHONE ., I Office s 22-'lm OCCCOlMlMUMSCCCOIiMMriMMCCCOl ilMlew FiirmS I 1 3 Having bought the Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, and Furnishing Goods ot the Butler Cah Department Store, we are now incorporating J. B. Adair Dry Goods Go. I The Grave Tronbls Fereaeen. It needs but little foresight, to tell L that when your stomach and liver are badly Affected, grave trouble Is ahead, unless yon take the proper medicine for your atsease, as Mrs. John A. Young, of Clay, N. Y., did. She says: "lhad neuralgia of the liver and stomach, my neart was weakened, and I could not et. I waa very bad for a long time, but in Electric Bitters, I found just what I needed, for tbey quickly relieved and cured me." Best medicine for weak women. Sold under guarantee by Frank: i. uay, aruggisi, at :ouc a bottle. and will continue to do business for a short time at the old stand in tbe Butler Cash De partment Store. We Will Continue to do a Cash Business. And handle only first-claes merchandise, and in the future as in the past make all of our representations good. We will continue to take Produce in exchange for goods at the market price. We have replenished the stock and have the handsomest line of summer 111 mm 1 z We have ever shown from 5c per yard to 48c per yard. Calicoes, Muslins, Sheetings, Ging hams, Cottonades, Denims, Table Linens, Toweling, and the FAMOUS BLACK CAT HOSIERY. Ladles and GeoU Underwear. Handle full line Mens, Boys. Womens and Childrens Shoes. at reduced prices. See our line ol work gloves. We will appreciate your business, we will treat you fair, we will save you some money If you trade with us. Come In and -see us and get our prices. J. B. Adair Dry Goods Go. l - In The Butler Cash Department Store. OCCCOIlMMMUlCCCO'MPMMMiCCCOO .4 .1 ri V T U- 3 t f.i. f fa '.i I 'V' 1 .