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Easiest operating and smooth est actio: u THE STEVENS Repeating Shotgun LISTINQ AT $25.00, Is indorsed by Shoot ers everywhere as "Superb for Trap or Field." Marie in five styles and illustrated and described in Stevens Shotgun C.utnlog. avt! y our Dealer show you a Stevens Repeater. J. STEVENS ARMS* TOOL COMPANY, P. 0. Boi 5004, CHICOm MUS. MASS. The !umminers Fly Shield pro tect# your horses and saves you front trouble and duugcr. For sale at Hoehn's Harness Shop. Hotel For Rent To ^sponsible party who un- *?rstands and will take good care )f business and property, is for rent. A new and up-to-date furnished hotel in new town on main line of the C. M. & St. P. Hy. Only hotel and boarding house in town, having a fine trancient trade besides at present from 15 to 20 star borders. Rea son for renting, owner has tc go on claim. Write for terms etc.. to thi* offii-e. FA KM LOANS, Farm Loan* Always. Quick service. Oscar N. Sampson, Lemmon. wmm MEXICAN REBELS TAKE ONE TOWN Reported in Possession of Ojinaga. ANOTHER IS MENACED Surrender #f Agua Prlata la Demand ad Within Twenty-four Hours or One Thousand Men Will Begin an Attack Upon the Place. Marfa, Tex., Sept. 12.—The federal garrison at Ojinaga, Mex., opposite Prr^Mlo, Tex., surrendered to the rehflfi. according to advices reaching here from Ojinastn, fifty miles from this place. General Sanchez, in com mand of the federals, was in Presidio at the time of the surrender trying to get more ammunition for his men. Preparations to establish a wireless station here were begun by a detach ment of twenty-four I'niU 1 States signal corps men under Lieutenant Meyers from Fort Russell. Washington, Sept. 12.—Brigadier General Steever's dispatches telling of the battle of Ojinaga make no men tion of the surrender of the federal garrison, but to the contrary reported the rebels repnlsed. General Steever reported the situation on the Ameri can side of the line quiet. Douglas, Ariz.. Sept. 12.—The rebel leader, Colonel Antonio Ro.las, form ally demanded the surrender of Agua Prleta I'nless the town is surren dered within twenty-four hours Rojas declared he would attack with 1,000 men The federal earrison numbers 200. The demand for the surrender of Agua Prleta was brought into the city hy John Scott, an American, who first was taken prisoner by Rojan and lib erated on condition that he bring the rebel commander's challenge to the federal chief. Scott said Rojas has 900 well armed and well equipped men at t'abullona, twelve iii11 eK south of Agua Prieta. MUCH PROPERTY DESTROYED Southern Pacific Asks for Protection From Rebel Bands New York, Kept. 12.—A formal state ment 'vbs Issued by tile executive of ficer-. i.f the Southern Pacific railroad declaring that bodies of rebels vary Ing from 100 to 3,000 were pillaging Northern Mexico, cutting telegraph wires imd burning the riiilroad bridges. The company has asked the United States government to protect its prop ert.v in Mexico. More than two miles of bridges have bwen burned during the past ten days, according to telegrams received by the company. CHANGE OF PROGRAM LIKELY Plan of Mexican Federal Troops May Be Abandoned. Washington, Sept. 12.—There is a possibility that the Mexican federals may not be entrained at El Paso after all. Officials here are reluctant to five to the rebels the advantage ot knowing in advance where the feder als will enter the Vnit.ed States, the time of their ntrainment, or at what point they are likely to recross into Mexico. It had been planned to take them from El Paso to Douglas, but there Is an Intimation this plan may not be carried out. WILL SUPPORT ROOSEVELT Commissioner of Indian Affair* Valen tine Tendera Resignation. Washington, Sept. 12.—Robert G. Valentine of Massachusetts, United States commissioner of Indian affairs, resigned his office In order that ho may actively support the presidential candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt. Mr. Valentine's letter of resignation was forwarded to Secretary of the Interior Fisher. It was accompanied by a statement in which Mr. Valentine set forth that he la out of tune with the administration politically and that h« has decided to quit the Republlcai organisation to join the new party. W0MENT0 NAMESTATETICKE1 Idaho Felame Voters Will Oppose Man at the Polla. Botse, Ida., Sept. 12.—Saying they had become disgusted wKth the wran gllng within the Republican party tho women members of the party in Idaho announced they would put a complete atate ticket in the Held to oppose the men at the polls this fall. Their ticket will be independent of both the Progressive and Republican parties. The women will hold' their tion here this week. conven Engine Crew 8erious4y Burned. Green Bay. Wis., Sept. 12.—Three men were burned, two probably fatal ly, when the crown sheet on a St. Paul road's locomotive blew out between Chsnnlng snd Kscanaba. The engi neer, E. J. Johnson, and th* fireman, Ben Human, are in a critical condl- JOHN F. SHAFR0TH. Named by Colorado Democrats for Unitsd States Senator. COLORADO PRIMARY RESULTS Progreaalvea of Both Partlea Win at the Polls. Denver, Sept. 12.—Progressives in both parties swept' Colorado in the statewide primaries. Although returns are still incom plete it was evident that Philip B. Stewart had been nominated for gov ernor on the Republican ticket and Elias M. Emmons on the Democratic ticket. Governor John F. Shafroth and Charles S. Thomas have been nomi nated for United States senators by the Democrats. James H. Brown has been nominated for the short term in the seriate by the Republicans and the race between Merle D. Vincent and Clyde D. Dawson is still in doubt. Judge Ben B. I,lndsey was renomi nated for juvenile court judge by the Democrats In Denver. Hebn Rirg Robinson was nominat ed for the state senate from Denver, but Katherine Williamson, candidate for congress, was defeated. BATTLE RAGES ON TURKISH FRONTIER Bulgarians Said to Have Cpemd the Hostilities. London, Sept. 12.—Fighting has bro ken out on the Turko-Bulgarian fron tier, according to messages received from Constantinople and Sofia. It is said the Bulgarians opened hos tilities by firing from a frontier fort upon a Turkish patrol. The Turks returned the fire, killing five Bulgarians. Reinforcements soon came up, whereupon the Turkish com mander armed the Mohammedan peas ants in the vicinity and added them to his force. The battle raged all day casualties. wftll ENVOYS GP.EET NEWEnSFEuOR Special Ambassadors Re ceived by Mikado. KNOX PRESENTS ADDRESS American teotetary of Stat* Deliver* to Japanese Ruler the Condolences of President Taft and the People of the United States. Tokio, Sept. 12.—Philander C. Knot, Infante Alfonso of Spain and Prince Henry of Prussia, respectively the spe diil inibasFadors of the United States Spain and Germany to the funeral of the late Japanese ruler, were received in audience by Emperor Yoshihitd. His majesty accompanied the foreign rep resentatives to view the lying in state of *.he body of the late emperor. Each placed a wreath on the coffin. The speial ambassadors afterwards tock lunch with Emperor Yoshihito and Prince Arthur of Connaught, the representative of King George at the funeral. The emperor decorated Prince Hen ry with the chain of the Order of Chryfanthetrum and bestowed upon Infant AIf..n~o the grand cordon of the same orr'er. The Ame- can secretary of statt who was an enrjanied by the members of his suite, delivered to the emperor an address of condolence from Presi dent Taft a::d the people of America, to whfeh his majesty feelingly re sponded. Simultaneously with the special am bassador's audience of the emperor, Mrs Knox, accompanied by the Unit ed States ambassador, Mr. Bryan, was presented to Empress Sadako. many Constantinople, Sept. 12.-—The Turk ish war office has dropped all con cealment and Is rushing troops to the Bulgarian frontier. The government has evidently lost its temper over Bulgaria's badgering concerning Mace donia, which a cabinet minister char acterised as "impertinent Interference with Turkey's internal affairs." NOT READY FOR THIRD TICKE1 Wlaoonaln Progressives Will Limit Work of Convention. Milwaukee, Sept. 12.—That the work of the state convention of the Progressive party will be confined as originally planned to the selection of a list of presidential electors seems to be the latest understanding on the part of those in the foreground fol lowing an executive committee meet ing of representatives of all the con gressional districts which had under consideration the advisability of nam ing a state ticket. "We will not name a state ticket at present. We may have one eventual ly, If things do not go right," said A. Mayhew of Clinton, who was a member of the committee. The convention opened at the Hip podrome building. Permanent organ l/.ution was effected and Wheeler P. liloodgood of Milwaukee announced ae the chairman. FALLS TEN STORIES TO DEATH Dayton (O.) Man Makes Fatal Plunge to Escape Arrest. Dayton, O.. Sept. 12.—Ira Willough by Jumped from a window in the tenth floor of the Reibold ^tftce building when accused of the theft of valuable willow plumes. The body wras crushed into an almost unrecognizable mass. Wllloughby was at work in the building when the officers came to arrest him. He was being escorted to the elevator when suddenly he broke away from the officers and, dashing down the hall, leaped through the window. At the conclusion of the audiences the entire Knox party visited the death chamber, where President Tart's wreath w&a placed beside the cata falque. CRITICISES NEW YORK COURT Roosevelt Makes Plea for Recall of Judicial Decisiona. Portland. Ore., Sept. 12.—In the country where the recall of judges is an issue, Colonel Rootevelt specialized in his "missionary" speeches, carrying the Progressive creed, on the Roose veltian plan, for the recall of judicial decisions. Pleased with his enthusiastic recep tion at Seattle and by an equally tumultuous entry into Portland the bull moose was at his best. He drove home his points for adop tlon of the recall with several in stances where courts held certain laws of great popular Interest unconstitu tional. The New York court of appeals de cision branding the workmen's com pensation act void was declared by th colonel to be a "real gem." "The court fearlessly put a stop to the principles of the legislation," commented. "I Ju^t love the word 'fearlessly.' "The court stood fearlessly agains the general public and for the corpora tion that was coining money out of the work of haggard women." SEVEN THOUSAND IN LINE Grand Army Veterans Parade at Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Sept. 12.—Marching with faltering steps and tattered bat tleflags flying 7,000 veterans of th^ conflict between the states paraded through the streets of Txs Angeles. Here and there along the rout^ bands of girls scattered blossoms at the feet of the marchers or quenched their thirst with lemonade. Ambulances were stationed at in tervals and rest stations were estab lished In each block but few of the old soldiers faltered and at the end of the one and four-fifths mile journey they passed the reviewing stand with a hearty cheer for their commander in-chief. A feature of the parade was the appearance of the battleflag of Com pany A, Fourteenth Ohio Volunteer in fantry, which was flung to the breeze for the first time since it fluttered in the smoke of the battle at Gettysburg. The colors were borne by Merick Reynolds, who carried them in half a hundred charges. BULGARIA IS BELLIGERENT Will Fight Unless Macedonia Is Given Autonomy. Berlin, Sept. 12.—The appeal Bulga ria has made to the powers for autono my in Macedonia is coupled, according to a dispatch received by the F.-ank furter Zcitung from Sofia, with the declaration that this request was final and that the Macedonian situation failing ot a peaceful solution Bulisarla must resort to arms. Fall Fatal to Aviator. Binghampton, X. Y., Sept. 12.—Will iam Chambers, an aviator from Mineo la, X. Y., is dead at Greene, N. Y., fol lowing Injuries received in a fall with his aeroplane at the Shenango county fftir last Friday. If' 'The New Steel Tra Photography Is so simplified by means of the Kodak Film Developing Tank that evu the merest novice can secure as good resu!* the exderienced photographer can with the dark i Every detail of the development of the film is scientili cally workad out so that whether snap shot or time ex pnsure the film is given the proper development am each exposure comes o u dcxeli|)ed to its full value Browny Developing Box $1.00 Model B-2 3 1-2 inch Developing Tank Call and let us demonstrate these tanks td fwu. Macomber Si Co. U I S S LEMMON. 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Poor plowing, heavy draft,! plow that goes into a scrap heap five years before it she cuts into your profits There are several everyday i why you should buy— New Deere Sulky and Gang Pl They have the only Combination Foot and Hand Lij the market. Adjustable Seat. Better Steel used in tsruction throughout. No cast iron parts. Ease of mai ment. Dust proof Wheel Boxes. Good high Wheels, tunning. Axles run in oil. Equal distribution of weig| each wheel, and many other points of merit. BESIDES—you will find that the name, "John oi any plow insures a lasting saving to you in servi durability. BEFORE YOU SPEND YOUR GOOD A FOR A PLOW, COME AND SEE THE] Dakota Implement Lemmon, Legal Blanks at the Hen S.