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QUICK RESULTS. TM Justlce f the ÍS. I Peace, Con cord, N. C, Bays: "Doan's Kidney Pills proved a very efficient rem edy In my case. I used them for dis ordered kid neys and back ache, from which I had experienced a great deal of trouble and pain. The kidney se cretions were very irregular, dark colored and full of sediment. The Pills cleared It all up and I have not had an ache In my back since taking the last dose. My health generally is Improved a preat deal." Foster Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers, nrlct) 50 cents per box. An Absenté Landlord. A Londoner was touring Ireland to an automobile, and, one day, while passing through a picturesque stretch of country, curious places of internet were pointed out by the local chauf feur, as the "Devil's gully," and the "Devil's" this and that, until the Britisher was fairly bewildered. N At last he said to the chauffeur. In a jocular manner: "Well, the devil seems to own almost everything around here." Patrltk turned, and, with a grin, re sponded: "Yes! your honor, but like most of the Irish landlords he spends most of his time in London." Pitts burg Post-Dispatch. r CUES The Czar is said to suffer from in flammation of the "right middle ear." but nothing is said about the half back ear or the quarter back ear. No Pattern Required. The six-year-old daughter of a cer tain naval officer was unconsciously ludicrous the other day. The child was sewing when her older sister asked: "Why don't you use a pattern?" The little miss replied with diginity: "I don't need a pattern, I sew by ear." No chromos or cheap premiums, but a better quality and one-third more of Defiance Starch for the same price of other starches. AKnln nutumnal hrr-t7e paint The luilo. proud nose of boauty; Annln our last vir's rlunnHs We must tail back tS duty. Th icrt of the popularity of rixtr"t "Bullhead" (-cent tlitur lit revealed In on word "yunlltv." A St; Louis World's Fair Informa tion Bureau has been established at 836 Seventeenth street, Denver, In charge of Phil P. Hitchcock, whero Information will be cheerfully furnished. Girl In the prnndstnnd Isn't It a crue! Kiime? Do you think it's fair for a doien men to i lle thi'msch ts on top of the poor fellow that has the hall? Her Kaoort No: there oughtn't to be more than eleven of them, ai.yv.-ay. The mildest tobacco that rrowa la used In the make-up of Baxter's Bullhead cent clKar. Tiy one and eee. "I wish I had a horn of plenty." "Well. I'll guarantee It you hud It would Boon he blown In." "i?. S ,$sK Mrs. Anderson, a prominent society V Ripley's Bill "Vá ye ever hear a' Pili Him as lived at Ripley a mill. Why off yonder, daown th' crick. Where th' wateis. ca m an' slick. Sort o' Kit the'r dander riled An' rush on'aids till they'r piled In a heap u sudd an' lace At ill' bottom o' the race? "Bilt. he was 01' Klpley's son Sternest man alive, l.y gun! i..niuier than a hoi net s-nest Wiion young Hill he seemed possessed Just t' write about Hu m trees. Honeysuckles, birds an' bees! 1-arniped Hill and swore lu'd see 'K from him ther'd ever be One o' them there duin' ttaloots Wrltin' how t-' riffles shoots, An' h' blllers whtsoeis low T th' willeiH as they How! "Wanted Bill f tend th' placa 'Stead a' wrltin' o' th' luce, Kr by the etrrr.nl sin. Never show his face ugln! "Sort o' filled up like an' blurred. Bill he never said a word! Kissed his ma a sad Rood-bye Fourteen years ago er nigh! "Ol" mnn sorter failed some way, liver' since that autumn day ..ien th' woods was full o' (fold; An' the crick 'd seemed to scold Kverv time he hearn it run, Kir th' trick he'd played his son! "t)n'ct thev hoerd that Bill was dead! Or y Mack he lowed he d i tad. On his av to County Cork, All about It in N' York! "Then they henrn ti wasn't so. Ll.ut 'lint Bill 'd made It B. An was wrltin tntims an hooks Kull o' country folks an' brooks! An' ope day a paper come l'uflln' Bill up bin. with some ' his wtltin's iiic'clnind line, With a lot o' sprays and vine Windln' round 1.1s phntygraft! Made me rrv an' then 1 laft, Ker I se Ol' Rlpli v's mill In this stun" 'twas writ by Bill. "Now I henrn that they've ferglv'! Hill's no more a fun-y-tlve! Welcome home now any time, 'Sidle o' his galootin' rhyme! "Ripley's telflil'llft 't Bill. Hardly wants t' wait until. Fastest train across th' state HiiiiKS his boy at lightnln' rate! "Now vp know about th' WHAT! Suff'lln' Moses. I'll be swat! You want never F.ipley's Hill? Well I'm dinged! By gosh! By hen! But you've grown! like sin since then!" 3 3 3 A Sorry Plight Two hilariuus companions with un stable equilibrium were standing on a corner in tho suburbs, yes terday, much engrossed. Ono was without n hat. Passing along a neglected, vacant lot, the hatle.ss man had evidently fallen head foremost into a patch of prickly, sticky burrs. ' His companion, steadying himself as best he might, was picking the stick- Londoners Eat Hern Flesh. A considerable quantity of horseflesh Is eaten In London. One firm cf slaughterers kill 25.COO horses annual ly, and they ieeoe the carcasses of another IO.ih) wM'-h are killed in all parts of Enftlarl Curiously enough. London Is the duly town in Great Brltian where the oatsmrat man flourishes. ar.J tl.re appears to be a surplus of sixty t ns of sound horse flesh weekly of w ikh the rats of the metropolis do not acce nt for. There are sixteen licensed butchers in the metropolis, who are vwwily patronized by Germans and Scandinavians, and although the trad is carried on sub rcsa. It Is hinted that a very large proportion of th tinned delicacies which figure onYur hrmkfast table owe their origin U- the horse London Dally News. Women Employes. The largest nut'cr cf women em ployes in any linó of work is in the United States ,pr.f office department. .More thau ne-tlil:'d of them are patt middle age, and enie are past seventy. They fill all kinds of positions, even many of the rural frre delivery route being filled by them. Dish Wishing m Winter. Housekeeper naturally dread dish wash ing In winter, owing to the fact that It chapa the hards and renders them hard and rough. Much of the Injury, however, resulta from the use of Impure soap. If Ivory S.'ap Is used In washing dlshe and the hands are carefully rlrsed and dried, they will nut chap.-E. R. 1'ARKEK. "If Roosevelt settles the canal question it will be a big feather in his tap." "You doubtless mean h3 ranamn hat." SISTERS OF CHARITY Use Pc-ru-na for Coughs, Colds, Grip and Catarrh A Congressman's Letter. $103 Reward, $100. ThTrlert of thl pnr will W p:evd to letrn Ui i he re 1 aC le-aooe dreaded dtsou thai tu'lftu-a )m been ah;e to rur In ail Ita tmci'i, aiid tlut la Catarrh. 111. Ct irrU Cure la t!ia onj pa!tive r trr uw kuowo to the ine lUal frtruitjr. t aurrh b.1 ttic in-tlniUon l difwt. r .'i!na coottltu tlml trbt'iin;. H til a CurrU i ure la taken la terti-illv, ai'tlniT dtrerily wpa the t.lootl and muroui aiirf:iet'a o( tue aymem. thereby lentr.iylnii the fimnddtl n of the 'dint-ue. and Klvn the ptitlenl urentitti by bull. linn up tliecivjutliiithm and aU(ii L.ture In tl'Mnu lia vrk. Tho pmrUnora have m íiimíi fl h In ita cnrutlve jmwer. that they ofler line Hotiditd polla- for Hoyi-ane that U fall to cure, bead for üí teatini'Miltl. Adlre a F .1. UltXEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Poli! hr druííl-to. T'u. 11a Fuiiilij Pill are the best. The irillinj? trust claims to have me mills that are not making a ent." "It oucht to buv one more. en mills always make a cent." A Remarkrble Voman. Kolioaio, Ind., íviv. 23. Mrs. Anna M. Willis of this place, a charming old 'ady of 74 years, has given for publi cation a very Inte .irs wiiiis is v highly reBpected ar lion she gives is v sideration of anyone teresU.d. Mrs. WilHs1 g letter. i and j tt'commenda worth the con- who may be in- address is R. U. No. G, Kokomo. Her letter reails as follows: "I have been troubled with Kidney troubie for 20 years. It was so bad '.hat it affected my heart and my bad?. It hurt so that I could not get up when down, and I began to think that I would be past doing anything. I was recommended to get Dodd's Kid rey l'ills and purchased some at the nrug store of Mr. G. E. Meek. After aslng several boxe.s I was completely restored. 1 feel 20 years younger, and I am able to the usual work !n the house and garden which a per bon who lives on tho farm has to do, although I am 74 years of age." "Love is blind, you know, papa," said the pretty girl. "Guess you are right;" replied the stern parent. "That is the reason people in love can never see the clock." lerson, a prominent societv i j f T í Ml 1 a a ,voman ot Jacksonville, rla., daughter of 'Recorder of Deeds, West, who witnessed her signature to the following letter,, praises t- Cydia "EPíñkhárriy Vegetable Compound " Dear Mrs. Pintciiam : There aro but few -wivis and mothers who have not at times endured agonies and such pain as' only women know. I wish such women knew the value of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in action from any I ever knew and thoroughly reliable. u I have seen cases where women doctored for years without perma nent benefit, who were cured in less than three months after taking your Vegetable Compound, while others who were chronic and incurable came out cured, happy, and in perfect health after a thorouch treatment with this medicine. I have never used it myself without gaining great benefit. A few doses restores my strength and appetite, and tones up the entire system. Your medicine has been tried and found true, hence 1 iully endorse it. Mrs. K a. Anderson, 225 Washington St, Jack, onville, Fla. Mr. Reed, 2425 E. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa., says i "Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam: I feel it my duty to write and tell you the good I have received trom Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "I have been a great sufferer with female trouble, trying different doctors and medicines with no benefit. Two years ago I went under an operation, and it left me in a very weak conuiuon. l naa stomacn trouDio, Dacuacnc, headache, palpitation of tho heart, and was very nervous; in lact, 1 ached all over. I find yours is the only medicmo that reaches such troubles, and would cheerfully rec- ATnmnnt T v.llrt 1 DtnMinnita "rnnmn 1.1 a V 1 i. -II i kiv 7 vi j i.iimiifiiiTifi üí Mi Kiinprinir wmnnn. When women are troubled with Irregular or painful menstruation, weak ness, leucorrhoea, displacement or ulceration of tho womb, that bearing-down feeling-, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, flatulence, general debility, indigestion, and nervous prostration, they should remember there is one tried and true remedy. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles. The experience and testimony of some of the most noted women of America co to prove, bevond a Question, that Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will correct all such trouble at once by removing the causo and restoring the organs to a healthy and normal condition. If In doubt, write Mrs. Plnkham at Lynn, juass, as thousands do. Her advice is free and helpful. No other medicine for women in tho world has received euch wide spread and unqualified endorsement. No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles. Refuse to buy any substitute. FORFEIT tf we eannot forthwith produce theorlirlnal letters and ilgnatoreeof To the housewife who has cot yet become acrniainted with the new things of everyday use In tho market and who is reasonably satistled with the old, we would suRRrst that a trial of Defiance Cold Water Starch be made at once. Nftb-iione because It Is guaranteed by tho manufacturers to be superior to any, other brand, but because each 10c package con tains 16 ozs., while all the other kinds contain but 12 ozs. It is pafe to say that the lady who once uses Defiance Starch will uso no other. Quality and qu:uitity must win. Sume peoplt' ny you hnvc mure money tluin linilnn.' sai l the blunt ncisiin. . hnpe Hit." Hniil Si'nuUir Snrulnim. "Most everybody 1 tun across is trvliiK tn trade jfr bruins for money. - J s ll f 1 uta ii ie vwrs isxrw i.'ir- él ivi i fie mi im it ill ' ' a i -V at I I ' 1 I '. $5000 aboT Uttlmnnlalt, which will proTe i prod their Absolute ffenulneneM. Lydla . Pinkhaut Modicine Co., Lynn, Maaa. Tho Fence I you are going to do any fencing yoti naturally want to get all the information you can about the best fence to use. If you will fill in your name and address, CUT OUT THIS COUPON and mail it to us, we will give you a Year's FREE Subscription to our Fence Paper, and put a lot of other valuable fence information in your hands. I Intend to buy rods of fence. State .' Cut out and mail to PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE CO., Adrian, Michigan. Question H My Name Is D Address I 0. ST1XGETH LIKE AN ADDER. er3 from the hair of the unfortunate who was shaken with conflicting emo tions of lnughter and pain. Perhaps the Bible had burrs in mind when It warned that strong drink stlngeth like an adder! n ? Holding Hands. Mt Roll Klbbev spent Siuxdny nlcht ,ith Miss riessle Wulsli. hulillnR hands. Hloonilngdjle inn espondint HUtuu (Wis.) Post. In the tnttered hnze of a ' .-ton old 1 gaze through the years that '.hi mists enfold, At a sacred niche In a Rreat best io.-t Where I once held handa In the friendly Kloom. And, 1 held them tight with a Arm caress. While I begged the maiden to say ma Yes." Then I pressed her close to exultant heart, In the silence there, In the niche npart! Oh, the trust and hope of an unscarred youth, As It Joys, unstung; by thorn or tooth! llow we felt the world was aglow with love AJ we sat alone In the clouds above! Oh, reluctant hands! Oh, those love-warm hands! As thev tender srew 'neath affection's bands. I can feel them now In my sordid room Hut beyond la the haze where the shad ows loom. For she lies asleep on the wooded hill In that holy ground where the world Is still! t But my heart knows well when the trum pet calls. When the end Is here and the black shroud falls. There are soft white hands all npulse with love. To caress and hold In the land above! ni "Goings-on" in the Country. A country editor writes of the wed ding of Charles Schapperkoetter and Miss Tilda Skowby and says "Mr. and Mrs. Schapperkoettei' were admired by all who knew them." If this be true, and there is no valid reason to doubt it, Mr. and Mrs. Pi Line must have been loved for themselves alone, for surely their names were a severa test of friendship. ? 3 ' Now little AVilllo haunts the brook Where Ice is thin as skin; And happiest Is Willie when It breuks and lets him In. Plso's Cure cannot be too jhipUy spoken of tn acoiiKh euro. J. W. O'UftTr.N, RT Third Ave,, N., MiuucapuUa, Minn Jan 0, 190 !f you imve enioktsi a Bullhead 5-cnt 'ii sik.i ;uu nimn tnx, nuti n.cj Vou t.av not. better try one. ! Rectifying the Record. The following incident is related as liavinc occurred in South Africa: One of the soldiers who h;td been reported killed in a certain battle and agnlns! whose name in the regimental books a note to that effect had been made afterward turned up and reported him self. Then the sergeant made another note In the book: "Died by mistake. The man was placed in the hospital and a few weeks later succumbed to the injuries he had received. This fai was communicated to the sergeant through the colonel of the regimen and then a third i note was made "Redied by order of the colonel." Work of Scotch Women. The third and concluding volume of the census returns of Scotland give some interesting information regard lng the employments followed by wo men. The population numbered in 1901 4.472,10:1, of whom 2.173.7f5 were males and 2.298,348 were femalc3. Of thi total 1,982,812, or 44.M5 per cent., fol lowed some occupation. 1 here were, however. 1,11(8.618 females over ten veitrs old who were returned as "tin occupied and non-productive," against 21.4.893 males. In 1901 there were 7.200 female and C.648 male lunatics over ten years of age In Scotland. Their former employ ments included: Medical profession twenty-five females and twenty-si males: teaching, eighty-two females and fifty-four male?; art, music and drama, twenty females and twenty four males, and domestic service, 10 females and thirty-five males. 5?S CAPSICUM VASELINE (PTT TP IX COLLAPMBU TCBI) A substitute for and superior to mutuid or in? other plaster, and will not blister the most delicate skin. The pain-allaring and curative qualities ot this article are wonderful. It will stop tlie toothache at once, and relieve head ache and sciatica. We recommend it as the best and satest external counter-irritant known, also as an external remedy for pains in the chest and stomach and all rheumatic, neuralgic and gouty complaints. A trial will prove what we claim for it. and it will be found to be invalu able in the household. Many people say "it Is the best of all your preparations." Price 18 cents, at all druggists or other dealers, or by sending this amount to us In postage stamps we will send you a tube by mail. No article should be accepted by the public unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine. CHESEBROUGH MFO. CO., 17 State Street, Nsw Yons City. BETTER THAN GOLD for the teeth. It prevents decay. It hardens the gum aud purine Uu breath and mouth. SAVES -TEETH W. N. U. DENVER. NO. 48. 1903. When Answering Advertisement, . Kindly Mention This Paper. YOUTH AND OLD AGE. Kentucky claims the fairest milk' maid in the land. She Is not as old as one other famous Kentucky product. of course. ? í 5 Can't Hold 'Em.' A Texas editor complains a write-up of a fire In his town Is not news, for the reason that everybody goes to th (ire and all know as n.uch about the affair as he does. In the Interests of a good newspaper we would advise chaining the rural rpulace during BOTH FEEL il Old Sofas, Packs of Chairs, etc.. 0., M0ÍBM0M KeSPK be dyed with PUTNAM FADELESS mkrhVlS 'k A 1 W WXh. "Oh. for the wIiiks of 11 d.veV .fcheil ' i l'"''i,l?: ilie l oet witn the iiniariicn,i hair, 'or- 1 I ;W;." 'f,. ,4 S , VMlr.-r fe??-.,- ' 'T Ni.1Kt 'X b,e, of x i gmiimm rm riullhead" J-centcltM. I Bmok Baxter's St. Louis Is to have a bote long. Hut that's nothing. Ther olds in the Kocky mountains tltun two miles high Don't Rent a Farm Buy! Colorado farmers can get good irri gated land, best of water rights, splen did crops, and pay about the usual rental for the use of the land. In three cars they'll owu it clear. The best nance to get a good farm ever offered the state. Write to-day to The 'olorado Hnreatl of Immigration. Zeph has. Felt, president, Majestic build- ng, Denver, Colorado, "e"a"e j j l4444WMSM "The stamp shows that this old jug was made in Kentucky. "Probably that's the reason it can't hold water." Stops tho CoiikIi and Voi I;m Off tlm Colli Laxative Bromo Quinine TuUets. I t-ice 2."o l.leiiteniint l'ciiry says that there are hree roailH to the North Pule. And tie tnl!lit have lidded that each of llieiii stuns before It Kcts tlicp.'. It berta sil" how cooil a rlcrtr yon ran buy for 6 renta If )uu buy the rlifhl brand. Tro u U..I1I,UB.I ' "Is 11 cord cf wood much, pon?" "Well my son. It all ilejierrls on whether ymi are butnliiK It or ihopnlnK It." Superior quality and extra quantity miiBt win. This Is why Defiance Starch is' taking the place of all others. In every country of the civilised world j Sisters of Charity are known. . Not only do they minister to the spiritual and intel lectual needs of the charges committed to their care, but tliey also minister to their bodily needs. With so many children to take care of and to protect from climate and disease, these wise and prudent Sisters have found Perlina a never failing safeguard. lr llartman receives many letters from Catholic Sisters from all over the I'nited be made to I states. A recommend recently received from a Catholic institution ia Detroit, ' Mich., reads as follows: Dr. S. Ii. Hart man, Columbus, Ohio: I) :ar Sir. "The young girl who used the Peruni was suffering from laryngi tis, and loss of voice. The result of the treatment was most satisfactory. She found great relief, and after further use of the medicine we hope to he able to say she Is entirely cured." Sisters ot Charity. The young thl was under the care of the Sisters of Charity and used Pertina for cat.irrh oí he throat with good results as the above letter testifies. Send to the Peruna Medicine Co., Co lumbus, Ohio, fcr a free book written by Dr. llartman. The following letter is from Congress man Meekison, of Napoleon, Ohio: The Peruna Medicine Co,, Columbus, O.: Gentlemen: I have used several bottles of Peruna and feel greatly benefited there by from my ca tarrh of the head, and feel encour aged to believe that ilscnntinued mm iibLouiiiiucu use will fully vfc eradicate a (lis- J l)a ease of thirty " KgBBgkBv wakAfc gmasvgkaskKBSi awBw'BW-ga assBSaw ByBffsxgsyBWBW. vld Meek I son. years' standing." David Meekison. Dr. llartm:in, one of the best known physicians and surpeons in the United States, was the first man to formúlale Pe runa. It was through his genius and per severance that it was introduced to tho medical profession of this country. It you do not derive prompt ctvl satis- factory results fiom the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. llartman, giving a full statement of your rae and lie will be pleased to give you his valuable advico gratis. Address Dr. llartman, President of The Ilarltnau Sanitarium, Columbus, U. Kven when she har- looked for a man under the bed. and found none there H makes a woman blush to think how awk- .vurd It would b for her If there was one. Mrs. yVlnslow's Senllilna; Kyrup.' For rhl.dren it-ui ln.itc. sot'eut inn lonim, rtvlucfs In Oaiuuatiuu, allays pula, uurt wUid cune. 2Si a bottle. In view of tlie numerous crank visitors nt the White House, some one should send Mr. Koosevelt it tt able-bodied bulldon us a '.'biistimiH present. etuis'.;- ..Mm . . - 1 't-í.'-'r'w'í SEÉS;S É-u5 " It. II. MlNL.Uil..tU Arcri.Sl.. I'hilsdelphia, l'a. '. C V'L '. -i L- ji 111 n Mi'ruiM iuie-in 111 oí o s n p 111 1 SpiiiI ilt- usually cause all the trouble. A smile of sntlsfnctlnn aoea with one of Halter a "Hullheud" 6-cent cinara. The never ending cures of ' Sprains and Bruises made by St. Jacobs Oil Stamp it the perfect remedy ARK. GULLIFORD ACADEMY. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Ttlrrhly recuinmentli'il. Write fer I Htsl iiiie anil rpf nii MISS GULLIFORD. Principal, 930 Lake Avenue. - PUEBLO, COLO. DENVER BEST LAUNDRY SOAP Denver Directory A $40 Saddle for $25 co.D. AUoluiely pure, fieud for uur Nun PruiulU'n t.lit Iht Oeyaerlte bott .Mfg. CuuipMuy, Deuvor WOKTII IT WKICIIT IN l.l .iHliatcwo, Cnluriiil'i, Oftubor l'(, lUVt. Orll.t helueily Co., lunirnr, Colo. Ii nllmilen: Last may 1 WK m.v neil to tiy llrli nt Pile Kxinmly. I wil-so bail 1 tmd to quit work. A leaver friend recommend l t in me. I iii l nne jar of II uud 1 tin mi) I Hiit II cuieil me, and I am iu f ee from illi art any permin In tltu stale. 1 rnti-Miler it ao-ih Hm nrtidit 111 Kol'l, ami can cheerfully rei'ommeml It to any sufterer. 1 aoulrl lime irlven tlil-Metter sisiner, bi,tauled lonee If I mm )ierm;inently e ireil. lours reslieotfully. (i. K. H AV. MONI) What Proper Food Does for Both Mind and Body. Physical health, niental health, In deed almost everything good on this earth depend in 'grcíT measure upon proper food. Without health nothing Is worth while and health ran be won almost every time by proper feeding on the scientific food Cinpe-Nuts. A California trained nurse proved this: "Three years ago I was taken very sick, my work as a trained nurse having worn me out both In body and mind, and medicine failed to relieve me at all. After seeing a number of physicians and specialists and getting no relief I was very much discouraged and felt that I would die of general nervous and physical collapse. "My condition was so bad I never imagined food would help me but on the advice of a friend I tried Grape Nuts. The first package brought me so much relief that 1 quit the medi cines and used Grape-Nuts steadily three times a day. The result was that within 6 months I had so com pletely regained my strength and health that I was back nursing again and I fed. the improvement in my brain power just as plainly as I do in physical Btrength. "After my own wonderful experl nce with Grape-Nuts I have recom mended It to my patients with splen did success and It has worked wonders In the cases of many invalids whom I have attended professionally." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Look In each package for a copy ot the famous little book "The Road to Wellvilla." German Canary Birds ""UEi at fcfim, eiM-ti. rimt prt, e Ift.ill. Aiuerleun 1'iiniir ImN.iiiKnrli. All blnls t uuniiitueil to slNU. Send AT ÜNOÍ, I UK UKNVrSK PKT STOCK CO , l'il 151b Nli.'tit, Denver. Turkeys. Chickens, SÜÍS Etc.. Watcd. We ?ny h'ahext c isli prlee. Ship lo ('. II. Kl'l Kl.,()lil ltelliilileU.inimlsnlouMircüanl, il'-u-li i-j Market M., Ltmver, Unln. I PAY SPOT CASH FOR MILITARY BOUNTY IsHucd to soldiers ot any wsr Write me at once FRANK H B0H, B.jth Blocs, DEIIVEK, COLO. LAND WARRANTS rupt, warrttn'eil in vorT nv)it. an I (inl t" hhiI iIU'h niM fr f evury- The Fred Mueller SaddlettHarnessCo. 14 3-Ul'JLiiilmT b:., Modern Srtool of Business Eli'SÍuvaV A.M. KEAItNtS. Prln. Catalog Ki oo. rCUUED UflDUm anil l'reiiarat iry Sohool.tfor LlCntCn nUnMAL mal, Kiuuam.irwj aul Ooid U.1.ICI. 1 uuixia. UA Ulauurm. t ttt.UllIOi.frul Fidelity Savings Ass'n "VZ'X" taJsll '0h a fKU Ct.NI'. OlCeoBir lAiS 11ÜJK 4 ttTí s W HKPAia or ,rary ma mata it D1W T i siofa, luruaos or r,tu. Kino. 4. kULLlh. IM u.rno dk, tiauxr. 'f uoua 111. ..Oxford Hotel.. liwiver. One l)l-k from Union t)i)t it. Flra-uroot. C. II, MuilHli, Mr. ril UUImnnUl li,i.,l COD I Ullig iiiailllliuuici juuiuai hsmliome Msrry to your stlvsnlaicc1. 3 month" 1 Or, witu pouius. Ins rli-n. r.Vi Uf rciriT Tl ERE IS NO gSSí, ClítP. LISIE1' rorl, years to wd after mory ye&ra or us on the eastern coasi. lower a Woterproof Oiled Coatí were introdxeo in the Weat and were called ilickera ly the pioneers and cowboyj. This graphic name has come into such general me that it is frequeriüy thoujh wror jfully applied to muy substitutes. You want the genune Look tor the Oi jn or the ristv&nd the nine Tower on the buttons. HAM W R Url tC9 YU10W AM aOID 5Y REPRBSENTATlVt TRADE THE WUKLD UVEK. ml A.J.T0WMC0,MSI0H.MA5S.U.S.A. T0WH CANADIAN C0,UW TOIONTO, CAN m Dr.C.W.ENOS 'Jtl nuil JM M irk Hlk., IKIh ,t ( iillto.'lilil sw., Lionver. To isnlttitliui i"ri'i, ultlu r 1 1 piTHon or tiy mall, 'I rcntmi'iil of pye, Mr, niwi and tliront, ami all rlironlr illsfats. Hereford and Shorthorn Bulls Lotli roistered and lilnh (ra,!; also ranite-brad uuteslor sus, Auuruas l'Ua iV italüH.N üttt.lO fci.b' AobUOI ATlu., A. i. uoUiwoil, utiuor.u o . .ar, tiuouaujva lards, Uauvwr, Ouioraio, ;UJ NollC All (ISC f A'LI Couirh Syrup. Taattia tlood. Ill M C HBMtl E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFHCEBfoiüífSRv Eitsbllihfd In Colorarlo. 18C6. Samples brmallot express wlllreceite prompt and careful attention Gold üiSüier Bullion "Tvlitr Concentration Tesis-100 Vi" ".'em.!0'" IT36-I73S Lawrence St-' Uenv.r, Colo.. ük.LlAllLU ASS.ll'8. Gold .it I Uoia aud urf ,,,,L00 latf 1 I tiuo,iiurar,Uj LM Irouiii haiurna ou iiail ba upiaa UdUKU Ann AY UIIIIMM ira Araiiauu. btnwl, Uuti a.U, OuMJHADO PARKER & JAMRON, ('liiinla;a, Aaayrra nuil Metn:iuri,lts, BtlX Í'.'. Wit 1 I.A.UI' sitKAKH Oolde (lo'il nnd stlvfr7Bo. KHmr,,VI Ui III, 8 ,vpr ai d I .end, SI ril. Coppr, 7V. t-o d. Mlvir and i oii,,-, si., 0. In ttma. Sold by dniinrlsta. itli-fintrt, i 1 IOUO IURTIS The goll rl Joci a'oirinj In the idditit ol jownt. Tht tun shinu sultry on her In tht surliest of frowns. O'er the green she chases gayfy In i fierce perspiring march, But Her clothes don't show t wrinkle 'Cause she used Defiance Starch, AT ALL GROCERJ 16 OUNCES FOR, 10 CENTS, Manufactured by THe Defiance Stiiú (o., OMAHA, NEB. ra Wo tpsrti tha Iturbor Trans tn H WfN'ka and KUarant. positions. Wrlifforimiilculara HOLER'S BARB.R COLLEGE. DrtTia Colo,, Dallas, tx., 8ai.t Laki Uity, Utah. ENSIONS.& Successfully Prosecutes Claims. Ite Principal Exfcmtrmr U S. rnnton UurMU. ijrn m civil wtur, lbwljudlcalhigt'ltuiua, Ut iiwfc (SSSSnRAWFURSwanM b'or Indna.UntiKrr 8hIm. OpoMinm, Muahrat, Mink, Fkuok, Haoooaii nnd othnm. Htght oah prlotM paid, W rit A. K. Urkttr4U Mftla b CüielaiMli, tt. BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP cures coughs and colds. periods of conflagration. \n\n Fur u hoit tim only wa )tTHT till Hilltll, Htdtil muí, ilmiMt finr nif.wo.! inttl Jl metí Htitrtu, J l-J-n-h "lhrii) ImhIIhts lnulhnr-cirvpretl tir- fiera. Eliti Pub. 0u., P.O. lia, Ba timare, Mil.