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TMtiM TO BAD MN.
pnoNTiun SHERIFF SftlONQ NEnVBS. WITH Smalt In Ilody and Italy In Bpeeeh lint ier railed In Tab lilt Man TarritHg a Cattle Ituitl.r Malta til 0obe tiane. nmn in .y Mm mm? I epeesu, lest a umr to "tad mtn" In ths days whan the frmtter towns of the watt w. ro orei-run with town hi of the wtmrt Mrt. Jams C. Dahlman, now a lul lK hnslne man of Oinnhn, Nab., nnd secretary of the stats board of trnns portallon, hM meow which he DWtle while sheriff of Darts comity whleh stamp hint n one of the eooleat men who ever drew a gun. Chadrmt was the county eeat anil when he became sheriff li waa a literal hell. Dahlman b run hla term of oMee by notifying alt concerned that Chedrmi would no lunger be a harbor for horte thieves Ami cattle ruetlera. that men with notches on their fiuna would be per manently laid to real in the sand ilunee tf they failed to em Urate toward the . -1 (l ti un, and thai gambling would !i ivf 10 be conducted on something like tt nieel baala. Inatead of being a ininkn org?, with painted female at tn. h tin n i a When the notice waa noeU I i be bad men laughed and the paint- l women ahrioheil with delight at the audacity of the connnmptlve looking tenderfoot. A work after Dahlman laaued hla church. 1 ! order a noted rattle metier named Mlri'ltunn rame lo Chadron, drank hla till of frontier whlky, and remarked In t loud voice that he would like to nee "iat "enwed off little runt of a sheriff" incut hint. After ao n marking lllnd i.ui proceeded to alioot tip tho town. 1 1n- tough egpeite.l to Dsnlin.ni lot vp ton on In ji'Tinnt hoalneaH. hut lit had Imflne Iti Chadron. He let 1 I line) nmn voHf. r.itc 'ui nn hour -r tw nd th'-n prepii.i t ' i-llp hla wlns I llindmnii went Mro in k Hw i-my. ncm hall, ami nfi.r nhootlr.a up Hi" - .laaamaa. iMHiiUaul . . . I t avhniMtttinill ai gre,.t thin,- No aooner hnd li" i the lii'iiiin tl in lm (elt a rlua ' 'idM ate-! jrt 1 1 . .iI'Mt the lurk nf Ilia Molt, and t! -i u unlet, rati. it tup tag V9t- iaIiI: '1lMi lrv.ii. 1 you move 4 aMMttt' yon .ire .i 4--ill man. I'm DMitaian. the H':r!ff. nnd I w.int )uu i)ntMk your w..i;m;. ,.n. lay iln-m mi tjet tar. One ta'.n t.. . nnd you nr m dMd the Kit" l.imonted J. Cn- i Sr." iow'thlng Hi tin tone of tin i VOloe IniMrted to tin drink -rrnced , Oltad at HlMiiii.a tii.it he w.i up nglfnirt It. He W'k'PI nnd lilmtrm f Without ft prot' 4tnl when IJahl- 4 gathtred uj. the discarded nonnrtR that he would die bfore bt lug taken prhMMer. "All right," ehoiitm Dahlmnn, who rede bath aboHt MO yard and dli mented. After hflhbllnK hla horte ho nvul a Are and nretMrwd hla mnner. Twilight f8Q, and ae drkneM came on Prance trtotl two or three ahoU at the herirf, bt the dlataAoe wna too great when MMUlNK name Dahltnttn wna rabbi ng Ubwh hla home and Franco wna alUlHg on hla dead animal. Tho murderer took aereral aliota at tho abatiff, but Dahlman. harlng nothing but hla revelrera, did not Ore In return. Unrlng the dr IMhlwan qulntly gath ered a pile of dry prnlrlo grnee, and, when night rame he removed hli rlothea and etutfed them full of grace. He made a head for the dummy by rolling tip hla mddle blanket, and upon the top he tmt hla hat. He propped up the dummy and then crawled away. Ho worked around behind I'mnee, nnd got within thirty yanla of him beforo dawn came. An moor m li wna light franee peeped up over hla dead bron cho and anw what he believed to be Dahlman, sitting up on the prairie n full holt mile awar. He etood up and flrad at the auppetml body eeverol tlmw,anxlntiely looking after each ahot to aeo If he hnd hit the mark. Sud denly he waa paralysed to feol a touch en hla arm, and hear a goalie volto any: "I'ranee. the Jig' up. If ym move I'll have to bore a few bole through you." Prance did move and two revolver ahota rang out. The first broke France's right arm. the aeoond one hla left. Then Dahlman. chilled to tho bone, left the wounded -owboy and went over to wVre hi rlothea were nnd dreased 1 hn bo took hla prm- onr bark to CMndron, tevnty miles nwny. One day a . mic mln.trr o, the gos I pel rnme to .ladron ini-1 .innouneed ! that h wiui'" I t prem h Tl.re waa , no ,'lrirrh In ''..i Iron, .unl nn unoroii t'leil liullilltiv ! I." ownt i of Hi" moat orderly hbI'oi, n i v,n n.i.iily ii.ipocd to cloiic iti M 'i.u for tu hixir and let thu ir". n m i i;,.t' tii.. h.iluuii na a tin.!; li. and at th- DONNOCTS VS. BINDS. I. to i iffoin' 1 !lve:d ;iii rloff tonK li.ir rruiin I 'i. . tliuunht li w ,i pria''ht"r 'Inm i tho floor rli.xc hm n hint to ; . i who vac n v. n knocked Uir 'In. hvnd an: :..n : tiie bar v.'i'ii .i fan i thn i 'iv.'i i v ItKRBBINa AGAINST HIS KICK. wrtioa Hlndman was marched to the yall and locked up. One of Chadron gambling ha Hit haJ hern tho arcs of acvcral cold-blooded mur icr. the victims being Umlerteet who had lost their money and then made a "holler." They were beaten to death, and as the eelf defense thoory wa alway est op. the mnnlerarn man aged to ewape Jiutlre. Dahlman tried horrrai waya to close up the dlrstmt-bl- joint, but without success. One night he wslhed Into the hall and quietly bought a stock of blues, paying for tbem with $1,000 In gold. He then unloaded 14.000 In greenbacks and an nounced that he would ptay It nil pro viding the roof was lifted. This msMt unloving the limit IwhlauM had never been known to play faro, and the men backing the game nearly fell tad from ahser delight. They re moved the Halt and the game b-an At the end of nine hour the dealer turned the case, remarking 'Hank's In ok." Dahlman pocketed his win nings, which W' v over 111,000, end turned to go. At he stood la the door way he said: "I want this lo wind up this place of buataess. The room Is needed toi a Methodist Meeting house. I wast all your traps rshtorsd by noon tomorrow, and If they arc not I'll make trouble." Hare-Lip Charter's place was closed for good that night The following Sunday on Itinerant Methodist minis ter rrsnlfliil within Its wtJU ovsr the first rllgsHM masting srsr held with in tils Mrpvrate limits of Chadron. Qae night a cowboy named Franse killed a female attache of a dense ball Prnaee was Impelled by Jealousy and whisky, hut when he saw the dead girl tnjig at his feet be sehersd up and Ira GnUstsly fled. Dahlman started after m within an hour. It waa a long efcita and Dahlman did nst seme up wUh (ha fleeing sowhoy (er two day. Whin K ran a saw that further fllsht w impfMlhle, he killed his brengho and lay down behind It. thrawing hu 'Wwsnester ever ttie animal and go 'in : h .ii wa Jammrd hi 'i i . ii. pr. irhcr il" x i '' ii r-i.iiin . t lift nt the ii il! 'Mnn. rtnon the i linil i'O w boy f in ' i m.ikc the I ' ii n i ulb t Into ' ll" Ml' II -Ml I !lll fcot 'i .it "ii Dahlman. :.' ci.' Hi. naajult. - :i v i.-r from his '.i . tin ''' Iiik ngalnat ill ilt:l;t-l ander. Ue o'iUI rrrover and draw another cm luhlniao hod him covered with a nxnlvr. "I hnow th- t..i'ii-r doc not np- provn if luiii 'iii! dr:ild Dahlman, "but !rtli.;i hi .vniilil not object to aeelng a nv.u .imi." Now, dunce you hlatikri: -Ii' ii'l: . u: ' The row .ii I'ljii'ni nn Dahlman plnnted a liii'l-: "ii r."ir hi feet that tho bully .' .i t'i '!. " t. "Danro. .in i ilm.i i j! ttj-'" ynlled thi ahrilt The ri)w!', : Wh'-ncver he howt.l Klejr ..' ,; ii!iV Dulilman ipurrcd luni u. i .i i.'. olcr hot that almit :: 'I i . I.ui The row boy danrr.l uni I lr huik i' protruded from hit rii.iui.i . nil hU ! each wetnlied a tun T n Dahlman made him get ou li f I- :. j and big the preacher panlon. luhlman served throe term. tnl rrfuswl another re election. He d'-ollned on the ground Uiat the (oiiiniunlty wna becoming ao dioral tbal there wan i. fun In being sheriff. He may be nrn on the streets of Omaha nearly every day, and stranger would pick htm out as being the Inst man to face a mvolvor with u smile and go up against a gang of men Itli records (or murdi-r ag long as the moral law. liut the man who tries to Impose upon Dahlmsn beenimo ho Ii small aC quiet and given to keeping In the background Is bourn! to meet with a surprlss that will tarn his hair gray. EtiUr Fallilon Da Hat, a HUaghter et th Mill Hansder. Tho approach of Itnater Hundnv hoi started n vrholesnlo nlHtighter of birds ttirougiiotit the coHtitry, enyu tho Den rer ltetitilillcen. It la mild thnt New York oily tnlllliiera nlouo domnnil SO.- 000 songsters, with which to trim the nata or etitoni(rs nccortllng to the illc tntm of liflnter rnalilou. xhla nmount Is n moro lmgntclle, when It l ciihIiI errd that n similar demand line k" tip from every village nnd cross ryiid In tlie United Ktutes. Tho worst fcHttire of this nniuial elniiglitnr of lilnln for the lhtter mil llnury trade Is Hint sotigsterH nml tn- Hoci-tiiNtroyiiit ninlii are no wtviiii"ii to tho KOitural rule. All tiro Inrlu.inl, nml, In fart, inindow Inrka, liluriiirdn. nnd rolilits un esiierlnlly ilpMln-.! ua they make "such pretty trliiim n. " Tlioro Is not a Mints In the tJiiinn iimt enn himro llu'oc lilril. yet the aliiiiiin r goee ou,yifir after year, In eplif or the protests of the few nml tln fonua tlou of Audubon socletlHN nnd Hinl 1K. fiuiilor clulw. Jinny kinds of hlnls are nlmwt i z Uni t In Colorado nt this ilitv. nmi. If the nituiinl KaHter alnughter of tb in noccnla In conllntiwl tinchoclii d. r.ili Inn will soon hare to inefc new vl iima for tho riTiKon that there will l no moro pretty hlnln to kill. Iteforr Hn comm to hi m. huwi'vrr, It la t tiojiwi Hint the women or the Tommy wrll rt)iill the oMorinliy or tlx- i iim they nre porbiiw iincoiisciiiial,v iii tlng. Won there no market iIimhhihN for urlKht-iiltimiigtil lilrds, then- u nll lm no slaiiglilor. Tin tnlllliH i - mid j hunters are. In conai quciirc, nm ""i i to bin mo. The fnaliionnlili v hm o ' who pity Inrge mini for th r.i'iir, trltnuilnas on their lmtw, hold mm n! Iierjiot tini Intlnreinrat for the lin.i Mugl or (mine Inwa ttiitl the laws of Iiuimiihi ly. Itvory dollar tlmt Vanli.i I'nir Imya for the bodies of lilnla Is nn miih I iHtlticemoiit to those wlm nr in nuiil.v eumigcd In the reckless, Indian In ui.ih ' niitl Illegal slaughter f mnn - imii-! frlontls. Ulltll the Women or the eotlii ii n ruse (o liny bird inlllliiery therr ill I no decrease of thin whnlinlp u n.ily ! of the fields nnd wood, nml tn ll 1 1 ."- kwater iHMinet la without it Turin tl i oorinw ll will never ayinnonse nn m n of tho day on which It I w orn. t'emly fur Holillur-. nftv lana of canity havn lin n nt in tba aoldiera In ihr fhlliniitiin InIiih.Ik In th commissary department of in. m during tit lui thrir mi.nih. .in i i HMOUni IO III Kiilillcrn 111 l III . i.l Puerto Uco. Thin In iliun' t ; . i i. advice of the innlliul n will u i: ..i Itcers of the army, b,-r.iumi it h . ; i l- iiloslcal fact thnt In thu u , ii ma ronaiininiiiin mote brail" ''"! in . tl. not unhea Cundy was nv. r rurnl.li r i iit mttfli-4 i' mi i nr. I .ii.l hful riintnn nt ill' i i.i1 h i.i iti i i ii. Rtates army ttcfnri iillln.iirli ii . 'i.. tnnnly used as n nitluii li tin- niith ino rrencn troopn in in- irnini Tho larapr nnrt nf tin- nlih n. r ch(xJat crrnm mill Irm.'-i i.il i nrldulated dropa, vhi li at twni. : ii'. veaied In one-pound enn of v ii .r I hi a noi hut ii in n in tiufitrtiirml In Ni yml: mtniaeary hi i.n tm, Iff the pocket The candy Is tnatiurit i-pftslly for the "on nnd is little mure th. or urn juk-h. tii and acids In thai f tile mure tii.m numir mni .. m.i Jttlee. Th" in 1 11 1 lire of Hut only rii,r grateful lo th palate but !u .ill hful to tn stomach. MitiuliiHlli Hltinlili. Jaises J. 1 1 til of th Ur at Nurtliorn rail way espeet to aeublliih n Hliti urJ .t hie own at Mew Umilnn, i 'uniivetlriit. whara be nroDuaaa to tiulhl Hu four til c rureo sieamere tnsi wn iiixisnea mr nim in amgin ti-rmlnu of ' ill tUHt Soi i alaai hint In Hnslnnd slid will run twen thu win uroii niiriiii iii ran i n rallwnv d aort I ho in.it. f I'hlna, I'tullplilii" 11 1! Thosti InraiHi in tti- wurlit. with thu nctptlon of the ih'w n rci rnlly Jmian and th hip wilt it the Inrai i in tii hull I for Ilia Allanlli- lin.li. Ii ih Horn- liurK-Amertcun and V ur line. Thi-y will be ovr eoo fr t Urns. avnty feet broad, and bavu II v.- ! tin. cosubhi f rarrytns fn.uoo ion nf '.-r-o and ' lengera. They aru nut Imiii for binhi ). iilthoiuth ihey are . i.--1 . I in avcraK IwnlveKhols nn hour muti i uidiiiary prux ure and nfteen or tiimi.n kmua In un emraeney. The rnaiinc win ii-wloi h. -eue-borss iiower. Mr Mill . x. t iu mm- fnunee two er in mi' uni "nrins nn.i iave them rnmplxleil utiililn lanl"'ii mopina. A in i.ueuniii. in- no ins inner 'unu nt the mn tuna of oarau new shins wlli be appre HoiT'n TliUT V ar Oft Hundred Italian rewsi ea oj uiierra laat eanaei iw eured Cntarrh Out. P. J. CltlCMKY OO .' tm- . Tali ltd, uta aawnianuo, o'.rn hbawh r- J. (luwoy. fee la hut ll year mid WaUSV Mm pcrfeeily besorabUla ii ll hu I a Mil w t(as, ami nsunelallr abl ki aarry out any eUlsn- inlu. H"- I'umpaniu r rui ry nnly 2 ou nnsnltuilr of the ei'lutf d ufffslK a Wulklns III Olrrln. Thsre has been a great deal of specu lation as to why It I that people who w their way. either In forests or open prairies, will always move In A circle, and almost lun It ably to ths right The following ettgg ttlonn. while they do not snswer thl qui r . are Interest lug. ss showing the attention that the auhjerl ha reri'lv. l "dome phyalolo gll. snntuiiiM'x nml '.pin illative phil osophers I'lslin Hi ! ihr loft leg la the human pn ! I allghtlv loitKer than the rlsbt. mill mi tn.,r lougrr steps, thu raiifrn'. . iii'it'on i.i tb rlnht which In tim oinpii-te-i rlri le. If the mind I.i i in, .-ill i.i that it has no flsed obji ' i v point In view I'erhap the reel .itirvi-r tn I'll queer question 114 In the fn t thi I most person 1 use their right hiiii ln In preference to their left, and .ire urciutomvil to passing ob jects on their rlght-hsnd side, and so, Ulieousrioiiaty. ke i edging off to the right. On a prslrle, however, where there I nothing in the way of o betas lea worthy of mention, this cause er rea son for walking In a 'right-handed' circle would hardly bold good." tlH ninila by tbeir II rat Weat&Trsax. Wholaaal OrusslSBl'ftteila. p.; WshllM. klnftaa A Mrta,Tefieafi Iiryi( U. Toledo. iHilo- irilTiraiarrhCSire I taken Interaslls. aw- im dlroetly upon the bit uf the taiia. Tealla Miifc, MiltouTm. Mr rten. rich till be railed id murausssiiasM moalali M-at frse. Pries 1 kii urumruu. m (be beau A Mara Kncl.lt Omen. by "1'a. I do Wish we Do I Jo to mTr Dorwth- "Ob. awfull; enoiign to SUUli iwopl and a agrees ui. ir a 1'a "How rleh wouli larn a I'riflH. full mail course, ttv eourees in one. sen or . prscuc i-uiiure. Munvuc MV IWMoUafti andt&bln BreatmMT and Oatblna. and Ci-tins by Personal Msgtietiem, All f Hum oaurf for XShve I'lfiiK y.AillKB. U and N Aransbu building l.euvr. ltlu. Sh "You Itav buati-t Dial you would ll for rn. and tiow you w.,n i tearh me tn ride my wnevl ll "That all int. I wouldn't mtnd Uyinu "iitrlslit, bm my The Sarsaparilla that's used by Chinese and Hindu j In the bushes of Aus tralia and the wilds of South America the Sarsaparilla that braces British and Boer, and gives strength to French and German, Russian and Turk, That's AYERS The Sarsaparilla that has more than twenty pages of doctors' indorsements, extending over nearly sixty years, .embracing every known disease which arises from Impure blood i that s made on honor and made to cure, at's AYE The Sarsaparilla that's made of carefully selected drugs, the best and purest and most expensive from the world overt that's made of a sarsaparilla root costing more than ten times as much as that which enters into the composition of any oilier Sarsaparilla, The Sarsaparilla manufactured by modern methods evolved from half a cen tury of practical experience that's made so carefully that every bottle is put up as if it were an individual prescription, and to whose laboratory any phy sician, any druggist, any pharmacist is cordially invited and welcomed, Aytir's Sarsaparilla brings exhilaration to the tired body and hope to all wlto arc exhausted, depressed, discouraged. It removes all impurities from the blood, impurities which irritate the brain and nervts, nnd cause countless aches and pains. You can afford to trust a Sarsaparilla that has been trusted for over half "a century, Ixililii "I'll I m viM'iliI li ii liK'UHantor wnrlil If l "id,- nut iimii' Hniintli fti-muiia , Uliilt. In their Minn ' Hnlili 111. 1 Imi i kniiH. I den t tiki' ii r null in ,.ul nu 1. Hi ra ' train for olid vll Try 1 lit. The t Mini I'.n ill. o M n. m. Ct'ioHiiii v'u Km., m i'ii. A aolti hull-it "nil i, ...lm.- n un that make aulrki'it ilmu I Jin mi to Chicago via KiiiiMia II) Plu-ii i innecllona in Chl iii en for all oanturn iiolul. Ticket oltlca Oil lTth Ml. The Itml IHIllwiliy.,' Mulll""KrUiimnd, isn't you make up v.inr mind to 1.1 me Kef that fit Kaaler inn ' I' KIlllll.llKl mono iTiorapson'8 Eye water, j Denver Directory. Otiurvat. I nan malta un itiv inin.l nit rltrht. but I eR't make up the Mr, Wlnilow' Kmitliliir; Hyruo. nnmnovNEw oiscovchy, bip U IW J W I Mill k ril. fl1 . urK..r.t hhi. Iliaik . f tr.Min..ni inl I tiTlrrtiucuv inn, un. u. Ik c.iirai' kusu, 11.1 1, m..i Uk 'Sucoaasfullv ProsnouJon Ola ms. iAliHHnnfiH01bl(mifirUH laloa ftunwu. rialuvli ll wi IftmtiiiilliKiiiiirlHkitit.ati, -iiur jtcjim.oito Oliver ONE TOR A nOSR. f nSlrklltailH'tMiuiJ lf nnwl, KerniKii l'iiii.ii.,l'uillr lh l i.t. Al l Hint.. I lull , l'r'.tl Hill .ili. iMMIIInixinr Mlrkon. To aovtaeeyi'U will ntftli.iini fri iiiUl4i.'fM' OR. BOSANKO CO., Itiiu.i,ki, rt. I"IJ lir UruRUU. SHEPtV3EN. mwmm 1 IB r.nrT Tf mtlm THE DCNVKR TCNT I and Awiiina co, HKiuirmmtittuu lOtD Arapabn Hlret. SADDLES AND HARNESS. I lr ..mi l"r1Mullr. Uia-IilS L. OXFORD HUTtL U IL Mur Sler , J. W. ATA. ixiun Larliar Inliiui lulu I Imi I mi of Hluiiiliar. "Jam, the critic aav tbla new novel cantlvalMM ll rradvr ut the aturt." "Well, don't buy It until you know more "ihiui ii, inai mar ouiy mean inai you ll n aoiiud ulep In th Itrat ebavtr. Wrtu 'or ii,rknr...ri,hi'.piiii,limM T, nmilntx. m, . .irii mmit, 1 hoot: ih lit miirwiliH ill IU KurlJ KUU.tllj'Wckyil, lllb HU Ntar Uoloa IXpok rtrtproof. TeuKjrck. II. A.Trlpltlt, OHOWH PALACE li kuioptin ml Auiilca pi ssoLUTei.r ins l'liuor sail H ud up. FIDELITY SAVINGS sW! il.Uv.uui. !'; 4 lot ptttv. oadejKMlu. AiMXIitlon Dtnrtr IIUMflliwl OiclU I aejKMiM. reaa ruiruit PATENT TVOEWIiitkii. All mini, tfHUti, oiii, ei Mil 1. "I'K'! ' tfluo4. IMnmr T SECURED OR ftt REFUNDED. Important to Mothers. ISMmlne esnfslljr every bottle of CASTOWA, s ttlumtl mi rtRMdy for lefaaU and eblMiea, and Me that it ItemllM HlfiMieM of In Uio Per (Mr au Ymt, Tb Rbat Yes lUrs Alway ItouiU. "Vsssi akASSn I m v. kiiaii Ua l pAfEh PARALYSIS can't do nn thins fr anybody"' i" V" I'll not lteflU4 . ... .... i m. irren au lra n to patentability, B.nrt f.it Inyrnuir UMlh,d iki. tit M ftt, Washington, d. C. llr.o-ti Or0ii Ctilvicu t rTil)4 Dil UttrslU INVENTORS A HON. k'KNtVIUU twltyUUN'UR. Ma I'ateut Lswior, tloiulJ.O. ... mw... - . ni, .....m "ininii., I don't want to go ruuml the rsst of lire sil crippled up . I as sot beller rte' rue ter Oenesjnpttoa has sn qual for eba and lekt. Johh I lloTWt. Trisity MpriBir. led., FVs. is, KXU .. k l'iiitir Jiinm). I want to stye l-iiu-lll Kllsabtlh one nf I be pups." Jits- tn ' Saw, ui. Oi'ii' !' Blv them pups Bu we've only K"l l The ylWrl Mcbt Trulu Oai ef llnovar For tmii IX Mil olid ira ChleaiM and all ixilnt Hast laavea ivr Nil( m t.. I'm in raclftr A 4 VSSUDUMMI. Itnt. h hdlitetf steam td "raise on Him In'' lUe yuur Whrf llilcaHdaa Sltll Jttlgn ShtrdlNla, although oas of the reglani mast toral to the Italian sererelgu, l one of the Meant esnstdersd. I'everty, sttialr and wabtrta hare In oils way ttr ether 4eppHlstei has an arsrsi erery Mture kllsmeter penlaiula ths average Is over 104 and n 8ifll? 113. It 1 the enly psrt of Italy where It has neH yet fceQ ptifslbla ta HtKeet brtaanasES. hr local acent er addrr. o, . i)ver. ant "Hi, las didn't rm Ady, general J-t. ....... ... .st. IL. K.I... . -" . .".,.'. ,, ... W, , . on your new ulilrt wniat " "Ho. I I fiirhvt It. Juk hiiuuht tkl walat la I'arls, abJ It vi III A Itnob of OIihU Heelpea aehaon married kl gave bar Tw ha I of It "He ' tii km' Jack Kll-Jaehon a wi'iiiln ulrl i.ii.'. rr Ifii liilit.il i.i. nt i ii . I , t i . iriir i -t.tri r.OI htlr rar..ra Hi r ")lkfi eslw S tH- I D IH KM I I . . 1141 aiUill. II kl'IRi tu Ue.liur.ifor I'li.l.e "A man i.ualu ki n l(U. wheu b s ant i'iiuiikIi wnik I. it I lu vi r kimw hi n I n (nl . ii.-,.; li i. . iiallmi n w nt .-n.iugh jii.i.f w. ii i know whn i t- am ''ii 't'lnuiuf AlalU ra 'redillul. ivl..r. tlulllurf MnAplailAi. aiMd lilt' ."f pttlteu Uwiubt lacurtble by int.llHAHirHlfl.tlOOANnjTiritVHl'OOU. Writ at h.'Ul y..urmw Adilcatad fnmt of cure. kirn. tja.iiimK.aa4 N.lOthatMriiiuiLriiu,ri cliiiiuwt. tnled and repaired. Writ for riwrilr HieUMii, isa ouwupa THE COLORADO TYPEWRITER Kmblif. lllui'linipet. TrpewiltenaudiuppliM LJIt.VKIl HTATH VrPRWIIITRtt AOSNOtf, HM iiChaaipa HI . Iicnror Tel. VII A Wllilaritll.i iinj, rem. repair nr iri'O'rlUr lltupplte ami I'UM. Aceut fur th Vu. Kiainln merit. erTl"T rw lr V 9 $. IPHKTB fit i Asaitat. POST. POOD photos Mwrvnr. Send uijour Keaakwoik. HRIIII TWO CKNT STAMP ft) It Aluminum Combined Comb & Piper Cutter WOODWOBTII-WALUCE COLLEGES. Khorlhand and Commerelal. ITM fhitnpri Hired Denver. Colorado. E. BURLINGAME & CO.J r,SSAY OmOESV(oaear ' H,UbllihrdlnColoudo,1fcS4. Samplt' 7millor ' titirMiwlllrrcfUt rromrlid cartfir attrattoa Bald &SrirBu!llon "feVuWniVS?- ntlorPnifflllflri Tsllt 100.bi.orer lead lot. ,.,...,,... win lor term,. 1T30.IT3S LawraaSt..Dsr(r. Cole . StnA your rame ind uUrest on rvutil t rut ae ill nJ vou our I u put Illustrated ciUktu (tec. ii wiRuntbitNntrtAiintiAnMebu. ) 114 Wtackiittr Artntif, Him Ihmn. Con C ATAR R HHAV I'nVflR nnd COLD In thH IIIIAU positively relieveU and CURBO iy thi woiulerfulb i leanlnr-sntleptlc und Uoultiiix fiHK lUt. t'rlee at and W ots. irD(Hi..ar Uruuitii Mad WUMU JWf 00 Wetlera AtcDU. livmir, Uom ALA WHAT ALAIIABTIKM IS. Alabaitln li tb erlslnal and only dur sbie wall eeatlBs en the mark!. It, I entirely dlfftrnAt from all kaUsmln .lauaiiine i msae rur Ktsuiuai !' ir laueieti. wiiei iuu hi In en Try rks. it iimr uiii ill t. i. n71ul i SMBsrailfns. tAUba.tfne U mSdi itsd ths liland, whlsh ! Far u tn whit er fouri) hi at IS Inhafaltaats te j tfats by th. sddllten f peiiwat a.r. while iu th. i raHw!?nj and i er eiin aaiieminee. wan paint, rer. wsju. AWifUBe j on flatter, brlek. weed Or o a tftvflJ san brush It ou. r- e the (SA D snrsJ, riNE WHAT "KAIJH1HIMKH- AUK. Ksliemtne sr ehesp snd temporary gsparstten,. manutaeiuriid frm whit r. shslks, slayi. et. They are "tuk an e wstl with dSMytHS aatHial slu. AU bsitia I net a KHleewln. it u a rssk b&ie eewent. wbleh !. snd It harden 'SSWUI wiyi use. ii awn oo re-JSuti spa r. dtwraty I w)tnst hsTlMf ti wsh snd dMnfestaat In tw nstarl. tlllUllOHKH AND SOIIOOtlIQUSKs. Th Interior wall ef ehurehe. stbsel but' tluit hunJr4 of heues snd all public ball aheuld never b eeated with anvtlilnr but Ilia durante and pure Awuaitliia, 8e evident Its IbU be an faet beeeme, It I lanly du uaMumeM. K stveuid t frusibil ir st Atabai ytblns but tn dursl undrH or ten are i i work. Th snu. i inn tiler iwnf usily for thi war rui esi A ua It. Mk your pals! 4a list rr -jf ,"1, JJX', SfkUtK afr or rite for klat to eh. ubjkot tub Must ah good." The deUr who tetls you that h ean tell you th "saaa thing" as Atabastlne Orrnomtlilns )ut ss good," either Is net petttd orl trying to detelve yoU. In offtrlnc aeinetlllna ba haa boushl ehaan snd U trying to tell on Atsbaattn' de Bitnd. be may not rcstu tb dangtr to hlmailf as well as to you. Beware of alt nw eulxiltuu. UaJr rtk suit for damage by selling. ed Hnum, era by utlng an larrtngmnt. Atabaatlna Co, own tn right to wake and l wall costing adapted te mis with cold waltr