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outlast tho posts. 8o writo mnnr
firat users. Why! Because, tho
nprlzontal-bara aro very bnrd
high- carbon double strength
wire, and the continuous crow,
bars aro ro firmly fixed that It Is
6 nee to plocoe or spread tho horizontal bars apart.
?nw aw w . xu At uAivu hum ituvinxuH - your
Id Paso Fonco, and giving tho owner' a toetlmony.
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SEPARATOR CD EC
This is a genuine I I
offer made to introduce the Peoples
Cream Separator ia every neigh
borhood. It is the best and simplest
in the world. We ask that yeu sbo
it to your neighbors who have cows.
Send your name and the name of
the nearest freight office. Address
PEOPLES SUPPLY CO.
Dont. 17T. KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Country Homes.
By our Pneumatic Water System, water is
forced anywhere in nouso, stamo or yara, .
for nil domestic purposes and for fire pro
tection. Cool water in summer and ice
water need not bo supplied to stock n win
ter. Tank undercround no freezing or
bursting of pipes. Entirely automatic in
action. Air pressuro eenerated by hand
pump windmill or engine. Sold on
30 Days Trial
Awarded two medals and two diplomas
at St. Louis World's Fair. Hundreds of our
individual water works plants aro in use.
Wo have many letters from these satisfied
users, and havo published about fifty of
them in book form. It makes n book of
Btrongpersonal opinions; a copy freo. Costs
175.00 and up, according to your require
ments. Write for full particulars.
C. A. BURTON MACHINERY CO.
312 Delaware St.
Kansas City Mo.
Guaranteed to fit and please you. You take no risk.
You simply allow us to prove how much better our
garments are than those you buy of your local tailor
lor twice our pnee.
10,000 Pairs of
To induce vou to
l give us your first
order, so wc can
you the exclusive
style, splendid fit
value we give, we
will give you a
pair ot 55 Ail-
Wool Trousers free
with your first suit
order, providing1 you
azine and write today
for Free Cloth
Samples of our ele
gant $12.50, $15,
f 18 and $20 guar
suits, each made
atrfrtlv n. nrilav
We hereby agree to hold the
money you pay for any one of
pur suits as a deposit, until you
nave 5 days to examine and try
on the garments in your own
home, with the distinct agree
ment to refund the entire
amount upon the return of
the garments to us, if you
are not absolutely satisfied
With thrm. Writ. tnA f-
bOOlcnf tn1 moi M.n..r
blanks and superb assortment of nobby, all-wool suit
ing samples (ree, and see for yourself how well we
pan dress you and the dollars you can save by order
ing a suit of us and getting a pair of $5 all-weol
trousers absolutely free.
NOTICE Write today and be sure and ask for
samples of the freo trousers given with the firstorder
to introduce our made-to-order suits.
Owes T. Hoses A Co., Tailors, 203Mom Building, Chicago
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at the funeral services at St. Matthew's
church at the capital city. Mr. and
Mrs. Roosevelt, members of the cab
inet, the entiro diplomatic corps, tho
supreme court, senators and members
of congress and many other officials
and personal friends of the ambassa
dor were present. Tho casket was
wrapped in the Mexican flag and the
dead envoy's chapeau and sword were
fastened to tho top of the coffin. After
a requiem mass and prayers tho body
was removed to a vault. The Mexican
government has accepted the offer of
a warship and the body will be carried
on tho cruiser Columbia at ah earlv
Judge George. W. Oate, of Stevens
Point, Wis., one of the best known
jurists in the northwest, and former
congressman and state legislator, died
recently at his home at the advanced
age of eighty-three years.
The nolice have almoRt onHmiv frs
en up the investigation into the death
of Mrs. Leland Stanford, who died in
Honolulu, supposedly from poison.
They say that they have run every
Clue to earth without, rpqulr nrwl hn.
lieve that Mrs. Stanford met her death
tnrougn natural causes.
The terms of a emit claim deed filP.d
in the recorder's office at Clavton. Mo..
recite that an estate of $10,000 is to
go to one-of the four single daughters
or a. vv. Hough who remains unmar
ried. According to the deed, the sis
ters are to share equally as tenants in
common while the"y remain single. If
one marries her Interest is to inure to
the others. If all marry but one, she
is to have the fee simple to all the
property. If, however, she, too, mar
ries, she is to be deprived of all in
terest in the property. In that event,
tne deed stipulates, "the whole of the
property shall vest in either of them
wno snail be a widow."
An Associated Press dispatch, dated
San Domingo, March 30, says: "The
proposition of Santo Domingo for tho
payment of the foreign creditors of
the republic, as finally revised, con
templates the payment to the govern
ment of 45 per cent of the customs
revenues for current expenses, the re
maining 55 per cent to be deposited in
a bank in the United States for the
creditors and to remain in such deposi
tory until the American senate and the
Dominican congress act upon the Daw-son-Sanchez
convention; then, if the
convention" is ratified, the moneys on
deposit are to be paid to the creditors
in fair proportion, but if the convent
tion is rejected 'the moneys shall be
handed over to the Dominical govern
ment for the payment of creditors as
may be agreed upon between the gov
ernment and the creditors. Under the
proposed plan the American govern
ment will appoint a receiver of the
customs revenue. Pending the deci
sion as to the fate of the convention,
all payments of claims will be sus
pended. All duties, including port
charges, will be payable in American
gold. The government tomorrow will
call a meeting of its creditors and lay
the proposition before them for their
approval. There seems to be no doubt
of the acceptance of the plan. The
prospect of an amicable adjustment of
the debt questions, all creditors being
placed on an equal footing, has re
sulted in the establishment of a bet
ter feeling here. The country is tranquil."
Some question has been raised as
to the sanity of Gessler Rousseau, the
convicted dynamiter, who conressed to
having built the machine that wrecked
the battleship Maine, and an exami
nation will be made.
The American Smelter Exploration
company was incorporated at Trenton,
N. J., March 30, with a captial of $54,
500,000 to conduct mining operations
of every description. Tho company,
according to the articles of Incorpora
tion, is formed to acquire tho Guggen
heim Exploration company.
Judgo Lochron of tho United States
district court, In t. Paul, holds that
land In an Indian reservation is still
subject to government control oven
though tho titlo has passed from tho
Governor Lanham of Texas has re
ceived from tho war department at
Washington four battle-scarred con
federate flags, which were captured by
union soldiers during tho war. Tho re
turned flags belonged to tho First
Texas infantry, the Third Texas cav
alry, Hood's brigade and tho Texas
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The equestrian statue of Lafayette,
tho work of Paul Bartlntr.. will nnr Un
ready for tho fete on July 4, which
was planned by the Lafayette memor
ial commission, and the event has
been postponed until 190G.
Rev. Mr. Stanlev MoTvjiv lmn .
signed as president nf ShnrfinfT nni.
lege, a Baptist institution at Alton,
111. The resignation was accepted.
The reason assigned is growing cares
vl mo institution.
Edmund Booth, editor of the Ana
raosa, Iowa, Eureka, Is dead. He was
born Aug. 24, 1810, in Springfield,
Mass.. and claims in hn thn nirinat rwH.
tor in the United States.
An Associated PresR rltannfori rtnfnri
Jefferson City, Mo., March 28, says:
Attorney General Hadley today filed
in tho supreme court an application
for a writ of quo warranto for tho
purpose of ousting the Standard Oil
company, the Republic Oil company
and the Waters-Pierce Oil company of
their franchises for doing business in
Missouri. The supreme court issued
the writ and made It returnable to the
court In banc on April 11. The ap
plication charges tho companies with
being in combination to control the
monopoly of oil in the state. Recently
the attorney general instituted a hear
ing before Judge Marshall of the su
preme court to secure evidence on
which to base such proceedings. The
oil companies filed replies declaring
the law to take testimony in advance
of a suit to be unconstitutional, and
the case was set for hearing on March
31. Attorney General Hadley claims
that publicity given on account of that
proceeding, has brought letters to him
giving Information he desired with
which to begin proceedings and he
instituted them direct in the supreme
court today. The proceedings before
Judge Marshall will now be dropped."
Secretary Taft sent a note to Ad
miral Walker, chairman of the Pana
ma canal commission, requesting the
members of that commission to ten
der their resignations. Following is
the text of the secretary's letter: "The
president directs me to ask the mem
bers of the commission to hand in their
resignations in order that he may have
a free hand in reorganizing the com
mission. Please wire General Davis
requesting that his resignation be for
warded." The resirnations have been
sent to the president. The purport of
'Secretary Taft's letter was mailed to
otir 1906 Cnt-
tho lllnmonil thftt
too would Ilka to vtcat
and own. WowJllnenil Itfor
examination. Daylntr nil exm-ens
clianrcnourftolrcfl. if ItnfoMfavoa
voumar nnr ono-flfttiof tlio nrlco and
kocn It. Kfmllnir tho halanco to tin In lcht
equal monthly Darmenta. Ouarantco ot valao
and anallty accompanies every Diamond. Wo aro
Uio only Diamond Cutters nelfitiR their product at re
tail, and can mako lower price than any other hotwo
InthohuslneftB. Wo won tlieOoldiledalatthe((t.Louts
Kxpoltlon,niralnt thocomblned effort of all do m ra
tio and foreign exhibitor. OurCataloKUOIatho Ica6
and most ruliablo (ruido for buyers of Isfimonda,
Watches and Jowclry. Wrlto for It today.
LOFTIS BROS. O CO.. (Est. 1838.)
Diamond Cutter and Manufacturing Jeweler
DepU D-09 , 82 to UBHtato HUj CIIIOAUO, ILL.
President Greene, of tho Connecticut
Mutual Life Insurance company, died
at his home in Hartford, March 29.
William E. Gould has been chosen by
President Roosevelt as one of the col
lectors of customs at San Domingo.
An American man-of-war will be
sent to guard American Interests at
Port au Prince.
Rid Glovir aJManrilous Guraflv
II lion been discovered that com
mon red clover 1m thu moHt wonder
ful blood purtllor known to tho
medical profcnHlon. It kucpn tho
bowelH relaxed In ti nnturnl. harm
Icbij way, curc cotmtlpatton and
removes from thuuvHtPtiiRii noinmin
nnd imparities that causo malignant blood
Cancer, salt-rheum, rhcumatlnm, blood poison,
facial cruptlonii and all blood dine-anon aroiuh:k
ly cured lu n. natural, barinleau way by this
Blmplo offectlvo remedy
Send your namo and addrcrm to-day to D.
Needham'H Soiib. ll'JA LakeHldo Illdj,'., Uhlcniro,
and receive abBOIutely freo booklet containing
WITH SOOTHING, BALMY OILS
Cancer, lumor, Catarrh. ' Platula, Ulcer-, Kc
xema and all Skin and Womb Dlseaiea. Wrlu
or Illustrated Uook. Pent Tree. Addreia
DR. BYE. i'Xh. Kansas City. Mi.
100 Egg Incubator complete.. 1 10X0
60 Egg Incubator com pie to., 0.00
lOOCblck Brooder complcto.. 7.00
Acxnowiediced tlio bett. Delivered
from KansaatMtT. ftt.Inlii. crhinntm.
Catalotc free. Prairie Stat Incaba-
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Till Old Lint Banker's Lift
Of Lincoln, Nisnn.
Has Over $100,000 Assets
Leads the world In Its home state.
Has a good position for a good man,
19 th Year.
Offers greatest advantages In tho
world to the farmer. Wrlto for sam
ple qqpy of the Panhandle Paper, the
50c a Year Amarillo, Texas
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ahowa in NATURAL COLORS and
accurately describes 210 varieties of
fruit. Send for our terms of distribution.
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PER MONTH AND EXPKN8ES to men
introducing our King Separator, Aerator
and other Specialties. SALARY CON
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