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APRIL 10, 1905.
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GREAT BUGGY, BARGAINS
WE OPERATE OHE OPTHK LARGEST VEHICLE
FACTORIES IN THE COUHTRY. jrtera ire Inlke
MKhwgrade ot vehicle work of all kinds than you can
buy from your dealer at home, and our prices are about
one-half Uie price charged by doalers. .9"JLr,nc?
VEHICLE CATALOUE EXPLAINS OUR LIBERAL 10
DAYS' TRCE inwi. wrrjn,
ynritM Biiblect to examination
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laeM. Phaetons. Stanhopes.
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waffon. Carte, etc Our free vehicle caiaiaa.ua x
iJfteo wi make freight charge, very lew ay
ShlM1n from Kentucky. Indiana. Mlnnessella, Omaha,
Kaneas City or Dee Moln e, the point nearest you.
TT Ulwfefate below a few of our new 1903 rig Just to
HzJrZxX trio., nf the ralueB we are offering.
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SwiWV Baulevartf Gem
T Stick Seat Runa
bout, exactly as il
lustrated, the la tct
Btyio.ior iw. com
plete with hand
eome cushion back,
carnet and shafts.
the equal of runa
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X about double the price. Oar frta Tahlele Catatefrae eea
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ur Empress Top,
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plete with top, full r
length back' and
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Che equal of ton
buggies others sell
wrtce. Our free Vesicle Catalogae afcawsa.ftt
..o.tn.ti of ( tiuMlcs- at astonuninKiT ww
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and carries with It an- offer which ?ou
before ordering einewncrc.
-Vtf iJ this.
ur new 1903 i
aadel Family Pa- T,
verlte large size
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plete with hnnd
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New York, April 2. Mr. G. F. Rino
hart, Chairman Committeo of Arrange
ments, Des Moines, la.- Dear Sir:
Pressing duties which cannot bo post
poned make it Impossible for 'me to
accept your, kind invitation.
I greatly regret that I cannot at-,
tend your Jefferson banquet tonight,
for I believe that of all tho great citi
zens of this republic whose memories
we revere, none deserve greater honor,
for none has contributed so much to
the development of true democracy and
the expression of true Americanism.
Jefferson not only founded the dem
ocratic party, but ho formulated most
of that which is considered distinctive
ly American in our system of govern
ment While tho federalists were
patterning after other existing govern
ments Jefferson was developing that
thea new idea of popular government
which has become now so universally
accepted as to constitute no longer a
party plan, but the American prin
ciple Consider' those American ideas
Upon which we pride ourselves as a
people. Is 'there one of them that is
large"and distinctive which was not
inspiringly expressed by Thomas Jef
ferson in word and act? Is there one
of them 4hat he did not strive to have
embodied in our laws and policies?
Hamilton and his associates, men of
brains, character and patriotism,.
though 'they sought to form our sys
tem Upon European models, particular
ly the English model.
. Jefferson contended for a new start
for mankind in the new worldr-a dem
ocratic republio divorced from priv
ilege. The. radical reforms which ho
worked into- the constitution and laws
of Tiis own state of Virginia were all
lng us that Jefferson did not encoun
ter in his time or foresee for tho fu
ture. Thoro is no difficulty of our day
that cannot bo solved by a return to
Jefferson, though a man of his tlmo
and a practical statesman grappling
with practical problems, was in his
philosophy far in advance of his time.
He was in advance of ours.
All real progress in this republic Is
and must be toward his democratic
idea of equal rights for all and spe
cial privileges for none. Tho Ameri
can p6ople have yet a long Jourtioy to
go before they shall attain to tho
complete supremacy of reason and
justice in government to which his
earnest and nobio hope aspired.
No work of patriotism can bo more
fruitful than that which keeps alivo
among '.us the spirit . of Jefferson by
spreading knowledge of his deeds and
teachings. Money and privilege as
serted their right to rule in his day
quite as arrogantly as they do In
ours. Jefferson Btood for tho right of
the republic's manhood and not its
wealth to govern, and what Jefferson
stood for in his day the democratic
party must stand for now if it is to
be loyal to its mission and of servlca
to the republic
WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST.
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The inner cnr cannot be readied by
probing or upraylng. hence the in
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That there is a scientific cure tm
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every any Dy the use of Actinn. Actina
also cures asthma, btonchitis, sore
throat, weak lungs, colds nntl head
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Additional Press Ferum.
Middletown (O.) Signal: No doubt
tho president is at least "delighted"
to have the house off his hands. He
need fear no prematurely discharged
Cannon before next December at least.
Bollairo (O.) Democrat: There is
for 1903 Is free to ali interested in gar
dening who mention this paper. If you
want an up-to-date garden you ougtft
to have It, the best seed catalogue 1
have ever published. The first edition
costs over $37,000. Address simply:
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arroya at eerrentfojidlnzlY leli "??
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Spring Wagon, ex-
complete with two
Bcate, fall spring
cushions and backs
an this same wagon attt0.00 to 160.00. Our free Vehicle
cerrepeBdlly low prlcca. If you for Hypo
will recelTo an offer no other house will fflake yoa.
OUR VEHICLE CATALOGUE IS FREE FOR THE ASK
INO. Jttflt drop a-poatal card or -write a letter and say
"Please eend me your free Vehicle Catalogue'' and It
trill go to you. by return mall postpaid. Our low prices,
big assortment, liberal terms of shipment and, .our
gwmmteepropoBltton.wlll astonish yoa. Ton will re
elre a book free that "will surprise jott. Addrtatj,
SEARS. ROEBUCK C(fc CHICAGO.
1 not n. nnrf Ifilo hf 1onht. that, thft vnt-
a)Qng. the. line o. .pur high and char- ers of this country desire a curbing
Dy congress, yec mey
Houston Daily Post: Hanna has
declined, to be photographed, with tho
White house as a background. .Possi
bly he wished to hold it under Ms
Indianapolis Sentinel: . There. Is
promise of a tremetidous amount of
silence on the' Cuban question when
the republican campaign pratory sea
Illinois State Register: We seldom
. hear anything more about how peace
able affairs are in tho Philippines. The
silence explains ltsolf and hardly in-'
Indianapolis Sentinel;- Senator Bev
:crldgo thinks the anti-trust legislation
is adequate. That -settles.it Np pne.
"will dare to do any : thinking, fjr
Senator' Beveridge. has thought- rr-
. Providence Telegram: No one will
acteristio national -trend.. In- review
ing them wo cannot fail to see that
they constitute the fundamentally
democratic and distinctively American
features of our governmental .system.
Abolition of primogeniture and en
tail, the establishment of an elaborate
system of popular education, freedom
of religion, the prompt naturalization
of foreigners, the elimination of her
editary aristocracy and caste lines and
the securing of equality of opportunity
for all menthese were among Jeffer
son's grand purposes.
Though, a man of considerable
wealth, an excellept family connec
tion and of unparalleled political po
sition, Jefferson always taught by
precept and. example the superior dig
nity of-simplicity over pomp.
Though no man ever suffered moro
than .he from printed malice, Jefferson
understood and proclaimed the neces
sity ot a free press as the guardian
of republican liberty.
Jefferson anticipated the Monroe
doctrine and expressed the spirit and
essence of that great American prin
ciple during the first term as presi
dent Jefferson was the first and most
splendid expansionist The Louisiana
purchase demonstrated his foreknowl
edge of the .greatness that awaited his.
country; but imperialism had no place
in his scheme.
Jefferson opposed special priyilege
and cfasfc legislation and fought those.
whp"m&de merchandise of their con
netftfon tyith tile government,
Jefferson foresaw that the curse of
slavery' must' produce the national
convulsion which came long after he
of the trusts
never consider that tho men .the trusts
desire to have in congress have little
trouble in getting there.
Coldwater (Mich.) Star: Tho at
tempt of the Cleveland-Hill gold dem
ocrats, to reorganize tho democratic
party they helped to defeat for pur
poses of "harmony" reminds us that
j new, pe
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No eipeileuce necessary to lay 1C An
ordinary hammer or hatches th only
tools you need. We furnlah nails free
and paint reoflpgf two sides. Copica
either flat, corrugated or "V" crimped.
$200 PER SQUARE
A snuare means 100 anuare "feet. -Wrlto
forfrCUlouN.l3 r iuflK oirmiw.
I'KJBU W.illt Mnnmirwnm
y (a 1 1
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on the Sure Ilatcli U really auto
matlo and direct acting-greatest
Improrement of years. Don't pay
double mica foroldstyletnacblnea.
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SURE HATCH INCUBATOR CO.,
UIIJ tlllM, HH W CtWMMH, WUf,
the fallen angel might as consistently Poiont Spfilirfid ?PBin&rto??em.bmtr!
attemnt to reorcanize heaven bv or- UIWUI UUUUIUU feud for iruide book aaa
attempt to reorganize heaven by or
dering uod and tne noiy angeis out
so as to have the harmony of hades in
heaven. Just as consistent
Carlylo (111.) Constitution: When
republican newspaper organs and
campaign orators appeal to American
voters next year on the anti-trust rec
ord of the last republican congress
they can "point with pride" to the en
actment of an anti-trust law so skill
fully framed that it is utterly Impo
tent to restrict the power of the trusts
In any direction.
question the homely and sincere 'cpur- was in his grave. He prophesied tnat
, ". j - .Mib'. If.uJUTWnJTla -rnnrft rArth1nTv Written In
tesv of the western people. DpubtlesS
they will be pleased to welcome and
to hear, even if they refuse or neglect
to heed, both the president and the
ej-president But that doesn't argUo
the -Indorsement of either politically.
The. republicans of the west may have J
to taKe Mr. Kooseveitnur, tne aemo
crats of the westT cannot bo made to
take Mr. Cleveland.
the book of fate than that these peo
ple shall .be free." He predicted, too,
the race problem that troubles the
south today a burden heavy enough:
at best, but which politicians design
edly and for selfish reasons or in the
ignorant zeal, of a, narrow partisan
ship make heavier still.
Thtero is -no broad problem confront-
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THE ROMANCE OF A GOLD MINE
Tbo Arconauta ot M9 outdone In the Alkali deserts
of Nevada. How Jim Hutler brought back the Golden
neece from Tonopah. Tfte rtory of the most noted
sold field of the century, fcendforlt. It 1 absolutely
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Twenty-flve centg per yard btryAjthiaj
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11501. it baa largo roso and folia go pat
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