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' WOMAN'S CHIEF GLORY.
Some or tlio latest Approved Methods af
Dressing the Hair.
As tlio carefully nursed bands and
finger-nails giro ovidenco of neatness
mid refinement, so to the keen ob
strrcr a woman's crowning glory and
the mrfnner in dressing It form a mo
diusa by means of whicb the general
characteristics of the woman may
bo known. . Fortunately for them
the unnatural chignon, heavy
braids and long curls in
which the fair belles of but recent
date wro wont to dress their hair have
gone tho way of all things mundane,
happily not to return for many a day.
With the present stylo of dressing the
hair there is a possibility of tho society
dame, whoso "glory" is but little,
making a stylish appearance without
tho "crowning" help of some 6horn
lamb. Tho Grecian knot, undeniably
tho most beautiful stylo of hair dress,
is only for thoso whoso clear-cut and
handsome features can challenge com
parison with tho classic Greek beauty.
Less trying and very becoming is the
simple knot worn on tho top of the
head, as shown in ono of tho illus
trated heads, tho others giving front
and back view of a style suitable for a
ball or other full dress occasions. The
wavy hair which is necessary in this
stylo can bo produced by art, and it
may theroforc bo worn by all to whom
it is becoming, which is first, last and
all tho time tho main object of all
artistic hair dressing. Flowers, usually
tho great assistants in matters of
dress, aro not worn in tho hair at all,
but exceedingly handsome jewelry,
which takes tho form of diamond stud
ded arrows, crescents, stars and ban
deaux set with precious Btones for the
married ladles, while the single belles
affect a more simple stylo, such as
plain gold or silver bandeaux and nov
elty pins, which usually, according to
tho tasto of tho wearer, aro either
indicative of the prevailing fashionable
whims or of artistic tendency. Bohe
mian garnets mako exceedingly dressy
jewels for tho hair, and a bandeau of
these nicely colored brilliants would
bo wonderfully becoming to blondes,
while one of golden amber would bo
strikingly effective in tho dark hair of
a piquante brunette. Tho same ten
dency which leads to tho empire styles
and those of older periods for models
in dress is also discernible in tho jow
clry now worn. Old family jewels,
considered unworthy of notice for
many a year and retained more from a
spirit of pioty than for their beauty or
value, adorn tho neck and arms of the
fair belles In tho ball-room and excite
tho admiration of those who can not
boast of such an antique heritage.
But man's imitative genius conquers
this "old-timo" foe and these
old family relics may bo obtained
from all jewelers who count fashlona
blo society their customers; and so
perfect aro these imitation relics that
only tho practiced eyo of tho anti
quary could detect any difference be
tween them and tho genuine antique
jewels. A most important accessory
to tho evening dress is tho fan, and tho
varieties aro many and handsome.
Tho greatest favorito as being most
stylish is the ono of feathers, which,
when attached to tho waist by means
of handsome ribbons, which, harmon
izing In color, form a most attractive
addition to tho skirt of the costume.
Very appropriate for tho theaters aro
the gauze fans with gold and silver
spangles, nand-painted fans aro al
ways very elegant, tho mounting be
ing very fine, of yellow tortoise-shell,
with roso diamonds, of bronze with in
laid enamel or of carved ivory, which
form a beautiful sotting to tho artist's
work. It would not be advisable to
trust such a delicate and costly picco
of handicraft to the caro of an ardent
admirer, who, under tho spell of the
winning possessor, would forget the
frailty of tho possession and thus en
danger its existence. This warning is
for tho debutante, tho older belles,
havine grown ,wise through experi
ence, need it not. Minneapolis Trib
.- Queer Cure for Pneumonia.
Attention has lately been directed to
the benefit derivable, in cases of pneu
monia, where thero is great embar
rassment of breathing from accumu
lated secretion in tho bronchial tubes,
by inverting the patient and having
him cough violently while in such
position. It is easily accomplished by
a strong assistant standing on tho pa
tient's bed, seizing the sick man's
ankles, turning him face downward
and then lifting his feet four or five
feet abovo tho level of the mattress.
If the patient, with his face over the
edges of tho bed and his legs thus held
aloft, will cough vigorously two or
three times ho will get rid of much
expectoration that exhaustive efforts
at coughing failed to dislodge when
not thus aided. Life has been saved
by repeated performances of this man
euver in pneumonia accompanied
with great cyanosis, due to inunda
tion of the bronchial tubes with mu
cous secretion. It, of course, will
have no effect on the exudus In tho
vesicles. In a similar way gravity is
of value in emptying tho lungs of mu
cus during etherization. N. Y. Trib
The farmer who undertakes to
raise live stock meritoriously and to
advantage as well, must conduct busi
ness with a sensible lovo for tho birds
or animals he breeds. And ho must
make fellowship with others engaged
in such occupation, who possess simi
lar tastes and sympathies.
Yhen squashes are converted into
pics, they become some pumpkins.
Advice to Mothers.
Sirs. "Winslow.a Soothing Byrup
bbould always be used when children
arc eutting teeth. It relieves the lit
tle sufferer at once; it produces natural
quiet sleep by relieving the child from
pain, and the little cherub awakes as
"brisrht as a button." It is very pleas
ant to taste. It soothes the child, soft
ens the gums, allays all pain, relieves
wind, regulates the bowels, and is the
best known remedy for diarrhoea,
-whether arising from teething or other
causes. Tweiity-live cents a botllei
Tlio Toilovrlne Eatltlod Cases are
Sot For Trial at The Joae
Terra of District Court.
Stale of Kansas vs Joseph James.
State of Kaunas vs Maynard Bush.
State of Kansas vs James Hutton.
State of Kansas vs D Skinner.
State of Kansas ve D Skinner and
State of Kanens vs D Skinner.
CH Pratt vsNLArd.
Will A Smith vaH M Burtls. et al.
H A Ewing, Contestor, vs C E Ben
J M Beath vs Mary E Wood.
Alex. Brauden vb N Ii Ard.
L D Romberger vs R F Randolph.
Lehman & Higglnson vs W L Kean
Ell Almack vs Kan. City& Pac Ry
Beck & Almack vs Kan City & Pac
Nelson Burnbaui vs James Harkel
rode et al.
E A Barber vs E S Bobbins et al.
A J Hageman vs Jacob Roberts and
C S Beadle va S K Ry Co.
Young & Carter vs Kan. City & Pae
.Nelson Burnham vs Ed Swanson
and E D Erickson.
UP Walker vs David K Caldwell,
M Mendall vs Wm Whlttlngton.
I M Moody vs T U Bramley, et al.
Chas Johnson by ChasLindquiBt,hi8
next friend vs Kan City & Pao Ry Co.
E A Barber vs J T Harkelrode.
Western Farm Mortgage Co vs J
Rutledge et al.
William Boughton vb Ft Scott,
Wichita & Western Ry Co.
Ursula Sleeper vs Mary Sleeper and
Mary E Hottcnstein vb Southern
Kansas Ky Co.
Kansas Loan & Trust Co vs M L
Snyder et al.
R A Haines vs The Board of County
J A Heath vs Georgia J Amos et al.
Stover nnd Pratt, Adm'r Est B II
Dayton deceased, vb M Jennie Day
C VanHorn vb E A Barber.
Wm Bender vs Geo W Moore.
Jesse F Shinn vs Southern Kansas
Walter Bronson vs I A Gillenwater.
LWKepllngerva Alex Elliot etal.
Nelson Burnham vs Thomas Ander
son. James Brady vs Sain'l Stewart
Pennsylvania Investment Co vb
New ton W Helser et ux.
John A Christy va W A Cowan.
Knight & Foust vs H Barnuni and
Jeruha Mills vs Peter Rumble and
Kate Rumble ec al.
W D Cox vs J A Darner and C M
John A Murrill and H L Reagan vs
Mo Pac Co.
Angell Mathews & Co vs Jos H Stur
geon et ux.
z Relss Brothers & Co va J A Samp
sell. P S Hoffman and J B Charles et al
vs P C Jacobson et al.
P S Hoffman et al vs Jacobson et al.
J A Heath vs 8 A Brown and FiJ
Parish and T W Phelps.
Cilv of lola vs N, F. Acers,
Chas Osborn by his next friend, Jas
Osborn vs Winchester Marian.
J W Cox vs Andrew Wiberg, P M
Linguist and Peter JRosen.
Stover and Pratt Adm'r Est B H
Dayton Dec'd v James Peery.
Stoter and Pratt Adm'r vs W A and
LLNorthrup s J A Sarapsel,
C H Pratt vs M Mendall et al.
Stover and Pratt Admr's Est B II
Dayton vs G Henry.
E Strosnider vs E A Barber & Co et
H M Jackson vs John E Ireland et
M H ZBlackwell vs First National
Bank of Humboldt.
Bostwick & Smeltzer vs 11 M Harria
Mary A Johnson vs Ray Johnson et
M A Dclap vs Southern Kansas Ry
Co, and Atchison, Topeka & Santa
Fee Ry Co.
M Means and Wm Bean, partners
doing business under the firm uame of
Means & Bean vb S H Patterson and
WH Geleheunen vb D D Dritton,
State of Kansas vb C H Elliott.
BAYARD TAYLOR'S FAMOUS BOOS.
Views Afoot or Europe Seen with
Knapsack and Staff, by Bayard Tay
lor, the most popular book of travels
ever published by an American author
of which large editions have been Bold
at $1.50, is now published in a hand
some, big-type, cloth-bound volume of
4&0 pages at the remarkably low price
of 50 cents, or three forSl.10, post-paid!
This price Is to continue tlllJulyl, only.
It Is one of Alden's Literary Eevolu
lion schemes to attract attention to his
large catalogue of standard books. He
ought to sell a million copies! No
traveler ever Baw more than Taylor,or
told his adventures in more vivid lan
guage. His pen-pictures are cnarm-
ing, his book an American classic.
Aside from its literary merits, thb
story ot the plucky lad who waB deter
mined to see Europe with or without
means, serves as an inspiration to all
young men to rise above their sur
roundings and make a like success of
life. You.may order the book direct, or
through any bookseller or newsdealer.
JohnB.Alden, Publisher, New York,
Chicago, or Atlanta.
This what you ought to have, In
fact, you must have it, to fully enjoy
life. Thousands are searching for it
daily, and mourning because they find
it not. Thousands upon thousands of
dollars are spent annually by our peo
ple in the hope that they may attain
this boon. And yet it may be had by
all. We guarantee that Electric Bit
ters, if used according to directions and
the use persisted in, will bring you
good digestion and oust the demon
dyspepsia and install instead eupepsy.
We recommend Electric Bitters for
dyspepsia and all diseases of the Liver
Stomach and Kid neys. Sold at 50 eta.
and $1.00 per bottle by Evaus' the
Stallions For Sale.
I have two young stallions which I
offer for sale for part cash and part
time, or T will exchange for young
stock. John Guikane,
Follow the ue of Axel's Suwpkrills. J. J.
Armstrong, Welmer, Texas, -writes: "One of my
children had a large sore break rot oa the leg.
We srpUed simple remedies, for a while, think
ing the sore would shortly heaL Bat it grew
worse. The child lost appetite, became weak
and thin, and at !ast had a regular fever. We
ought medical advice, snd were told that an
alterative medicine was necessary.
saparma being recommended abore an others,
we began to use it with marvelous results. The
sore gradually healed and health and strength
were finally and permanently regained." ,
Xada by Dr. J. C. Iyer & Co., Lowell, Mas.
GEMS OF THOUGHT.
Quotable tines From General Xw Wal
lace's Play "Commodns."
Some watchful god may pity take, and show
A way to triumph yet, and better hope.
ACT L, Scene X.
An angry woman novcr won a man.
Ad V, Scene g.
Gods, how the minutes stretch
Themselves to lingering hours In plague of such
As wait at great men's doors, and on their
Expectant hang I ACT IL, Scene U
Ay, giro It thought,
But cap the thinking with tho Instant deed.
I'vo picked tho bones
Of labor white. ACT IL, Scene U
Then there Is such thing as love?
ACT IX, Scene i.
Truo love, as you will And, has gone to blue
the sky and salt the sex Act IL, Scene 2.
, Once I heard It said, does ono
Begin a lie, his tongue the truckling usod,
The doors of hell with knocklngs ring for him
But doos ho worse takes ho a pen to wrlto
A lie that it may live, why then of cholco
He sits already on a devil's bench,
Bnd piles a trado to suit his company.
Act III., Scene 1.
'Ti3 very bad
When out of folly good can not be hod.
ACT IIL, Scene 1.
The Northman's hand Is hard; not so his heart.
Act IIL, Scenes.
- a wife, If only she ,.
Be good and loving, bides near Heaven's gato
To let her husband In. Act IV., Scene 1.
The meed of a fool's tongue
Is a fool's death. Act IV., Seine L
So It Is
With men. They -will not learn that lovo Is
A woman wants, and givo her that, and change
Is what sho prays against. Act IV., Scene 2.
You know there aro
Who dash you with their doubts, and crawl
To tasks heroic. I do stamp them vile.
For look you all, my brothren. they havo wont
Of minds resolved; and In tho heated seethe
Of action, when tho winging chances all
Tho fiercer fan their pinched nnd foar-washod
And comes the crisis pith its thunder-clap.
They stop to think, ana with themsch cs debate;
And then the gods do hiss, and slip their dooms,
And shoot them swift into tho weakling's helL
, ACT V., Scene 1.
CLOVEE AND PEACH TRBEEJ.
Clover in Kansas Is no more an ex
periment, but a grand success. Capt.
Thrasher has a heavy crop of clover on
the Lewis property northeast of the
I had occasion to drive out north as
far as Hon. E H. Funston's (not for
office) and I noticed that about every
farmer had a field of clover. At the
Edmundson farm a fine lot of hogs
were racing through the clover almost
hidden from view. After crossing
Deer creek north, Ed, Cain haB the
finest crop of clover I have seen in
Kansas. It made me think of olden
times way back east when we used to
mow such crops with tho old-fashioned
Armstrong mower. Oh, how it
used to mako our back ache, and, as
the expression used to be, almost see
stars in daylight.
And now that the peach trees are
so heavily loaded the trees need es
pecial care to keep them from break
ing down. In the city or on tho prair
ie where forked sticks are not conven
ient they can be supported by taking a
cord etrong enough and tying one end
of the string where you would put the
fork then pass it overone of the center
limbs of the tree to the opposite side
and tie it to a limb thai needs support.
In this way one limb supports tho
other. In case the parties felt too poor
to get the twine (binder twine Will do)
they can go to eome stable where bal
ed hayjhas been fed and get some of
the baling wire for taking it out of the
way. But In using tho wire care must
be taken to put something around the
limb to beep the wire from chafing the
limb. Many trees can bo saved by
this plan that would otherwise go to
ruin. I. . L.
Ed. Register: I notice that the
Horticultural Bociety wants the horse
breedera to co-operate ard have a fair.
Now as I took more premiumns last
fall at the lola fair on horses than any
other breder. (10 In all), I believe
some weight ought to be paid to what
I have to say:
I believe three days is short enough.
All draft stock should be made to
show certificate of weight, and all oth
er things being equal, pedigree and
color should count.
The heaviest colts in the draft class
have been beaten by lighter ones be
cause their fine finish caused them to
appear to the eye the smaller of the
Again in Roadster class the copy of
the animal's pedigree ought to be re
quired to be shown to the judges and
they should be men acquainted with
turf performer's pedigrees.
Stalls with roofs must be furnished,
as eight or ten valuable animals out in
a sudden rain or hail would ruin their
owner. Nothing expensive is needed
but we must have free hay and a roof.
1 want to show about eight head this
fall but will not unless I can have a
shed roof. Yours,
C. J. Norton.
Ballard's Sncw Liniment.
This invaluable remedy is one that
ought to be in every household, it will
cure your rheumatism, neuralgia, and
sprains, cuts bruises, burns, frosted
feet, ears, sore throat and sore chest.
If you have lame back it will cure it.
It penetrates to the seat of the disease.
It will cure stiff joints and contracted
muscles after alothers have failed.
Those who bave been crippled for year
have used Ballrrd's Snow Liniment
and thrown away their crutches and
been able to walk as well as ever. It
v ill cure you. Price 50 cents. Scott &
Find their euro In Ayer's Barsaparllla. Mrs. Ok
Kennedy, 787 1'aclflo st. Brooklyn, N.Y.,says:
"About four years ago I was taken dowawlta
nervous proitratlcm. Mind and body seemed to
have given out together. My head was dlzxy,
my eyes weak, ana my feelings wretched in the
extreme. Doctors prescribed for mo without
avail. One day, while looking over Ayer's Alma
nac, I resolved to try the virtue of Ayer's 8a
I did so, and before I had finished the first bottle,
I felt a decided change for the better. I con
tinued the use of this medicine, until now I can
scarcely believe I ever had been sick."
Price SI ; six bottles, $5. Worth $5 abotthk
A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life.
It was lust a scran of wamlne pa
per, but it saved her life. She was in
the lasr stage of consumntion. told by
physicians that sho waB incurable and
could only live a short time; sho waB
very thin and weighed Icbs than seven
ty pounds. On a piece of wrapping
naner she read of Dr. Kings New Dis
covery nnd got a sample bottle; it
helped her, she bough a large bottle,
It helped her more.bought another and
grew better fast, continued its use and
Is now strong, healthy, rosy, plump,
weighing 140 pounds. For full partic
ulars send stamp to W. H. Cole, Drug
gist, Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this
wonderful Discovery free at EvanB'
d rug store.
Township Boards of Allen county
who think of purchasing Road Graders
will find It to their advantage to ad
dress or consult E. I. Crowell, of Elm
township (address lola) who can order
for thorough trial Graders aB good as
the best. Guaranteed for five years,
at prlccB from $55 to $125.
G. C. IlAKDY,
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Wanting ot the
cretlon ln outh or MBmmTUIe. all Diseases pertalo-
This io tho LATEBrnndOacATrsxlmproyemontCTBt
made, and is superior to all others. Ever barer ot an
Electrio Belt wants tl.o latst-thU ha U1 Ond h
Owon Holt. It differs from all others, as it Is a DiTTSBJ
PKLT, and not a chain, rol'alc orwire belt. ,rt""
all ConplalBli Cinblc bj ElcstrUllr. Tlio electric current
can be 1 fated by anrono boforo It is opplied to tne
bodr.ond is worn onlj six to. ton hours deilj. Itjoa
Till e xamlne this belt roa will boy no other. To show
tho Entibe Confidence we r-avo iln oar Electro-UBl-Tanio
Belts and Jlrpllancw! w P.l Mod nnr 5o. B1J
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STATE OF KANSAS. ALT.EX COUNT?". SS.
In tho Dintrlct couit, 8centli judicial
district, sitting In and Tor Allen county. State
I. I,. Xorthrun, plaintiff vs. A. O. Jonts,
nnd L. I.. Northritp, .plaintiff, vs. A (1.
Jones, defendant, nnd O. I'. Northrnp and
Company, plaintiffs, "vs. A. G. Jouis, de
fendant. By ilrtue or an execution issued by the Clerk
or the seventh judicial district court, In anil
fur Allen county. State or Kansas, In tho above
entitled cause aud to me directed and dellered
I will on
Tnosclny tho 25th day of Jono,
A. Ii iShH. m two o'clock i). in. ol said day. at
the front door ol tlio court home in tho city of
lola, Allen ronnty, Kansas, offer tor sale anu
sell to the highest bidder for cash In hand, all
or the rizht, title, and Interest of tho said de
fendant, A. G. Jones, to tho following describ
ed real estate to-wit: 1 ho, northeast miarter
of section twenty (20) and tile north half or the
northeast quarter of section nineteen (IS) also
all that part or the sontli west miarter or sec
tion seventeen (17) west of the Neosho river all
In township twenty-Tour (21) rango eighteen
(18) in Allen county, Kansas. Said real estate
has bien let led upon and will bo sold subject
to the following described lien to-wlt: A
mortgage given by A. G. Jones and wife to the
Mutual Benellt Lire Insurance Company, for
four thousand dollars ($1,000).
Appraised subject to said mortgage at $3,0e0
Said lands and tenements have been duly
lev led upon as the property of the abovo nam
ed defendant and will be sold to satisfy said
execution. D. D. BKITTON, Sheriff.
lJy J. C. Woodln, under sheriff 25
When I eay Cote I do rot mean merely to
step them for a time, and then havo them ra
tern again. I mean A RADICAL CUKB.
I havo raado tho diseases ol
FITS, EF2LEF37 o?
A life-long study. I tcuiraot my remedy to
Ccbe the worst cases. Because others havo
faded Is no reason for not nowrcceivwg a euro.
Send at once for a treatise and a Ficee Bottlb
of my ItrrAiAiBLE KEMEDr. Give Exprci.3
and ro: Office. It costs yon nothing for a
trial, and it U cure you. AdJrcas
H.G. RC07, M.C., !83PEAPLST..KE'JfYcSK
ST. LOUIS, MC,
The Great Specialists,
!lmbn of University College Hospital, Ioc
tlon, England, M. L., Iiewlork and Gie-isen. Or
nionr. beg to Inform thelrpatleats and oth-rs lint
tl.ej can be consulted br correepondence in all
cases of Spermatorrhoea. Lon Manhood and all
iirea.es resetting from SJf Abuse and kindred
Cast of Gonorrhoea and StfuIHIs. Prinarr,
Secondary and Tertiary treated by ncwand infall
ble methods by which patients are saved much
trouble and great expenve.
ten moderate. !oniltation Fee. indodlns
miecroisoopical ei.-irain.Vior. of urine, f ".00.
Practical observation on Venous lability and
Tbysical Kznenation sent on receipt of one 2-t'erit
fjucji. Addre. Drs. S C: O. DAVIESOh,
1 77 Cllvo street St. Louis. Mo.
rsrVi.itora to M. Inls hnl J rit theOreit
V.ATOMICAL J1USKU1L Mention tr.U i-r
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b.D ITjJr ti
rtll sJo xd five ccd Ucte
lino ot oar coilr and vtiuabtr art
tboiv nut we fenu. to ilo wn
rr it re II at Tcur fcotrr.nufir J3
iiKfUbt all r toll bemi wr own
pntftlr, TLis rrsnd rasthtoe U
mstf cfirr tfae Slncrr rutciiU,
S hich tue run oot i Ufa pauntt
rnn vat it old fut 1?!3, vritb Us
unrbrurnt. nod now telU fur
1 mirhinr In the WoTid. All If
'rw. No caNuI rraairtd. Fliin,
incl lattractlooa fnrcn. I bore w no write to n at ohm can ?
rur fr" the t" svwiar'RAchme in the wortd ttnd tlio
Hnrtt Iibeof works of hifihacreriturtrxi tofrtbtrin Amrnra.
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BAR(3AIN3 IN MACIIINEBr FOR IMMEDIATE DELlVEBr.
1 20-11. P. portablo engine and boiler, mounted on tvbeeis.
1 15-11. P. jtortable engine and boiler, mounted on wheels.
1 6-II. P. engine and boiler on cast iron skids.
1 13-11. P. boiler, horizontal, mounted on skids.
1 new plain Bllde valvo engine 65 Horse Power. Cylinder 15x13.
3 new plain slide vale engines 30 to 40 Horse Power. Cylinders 11x11.
Two new plain slide valve engines 25 Horse Power. Cyllndats 0x12.
One new plain slide valve engine 15 Horse Power. Cylinder 7x12.
One new plain slide valve engine 7 Horse Powor. Cylinder 1x0.
One new 42-iuch and 12-foot horizontal tnbnlar boiler.
One new li-inch and 12-toot horizontal tabular boiler
Two new Cameron Independent steam pumps. No. il
One new Cameron independent steam pump. No. 4.
One new Cameron independent steam pump. No. 5.
One new Number 3 Knowles Independent Bteam pomp.
One Numbers Knowles Independent steam pump.
One Number 7 Knowles Independent steam pump.
One new Number'.! Pulling Independent steam pump.
One new Number 5 Pulling Independent steamp puiuii.
One new Number 8 Pulling Independent steam pump.
AKTESIAN WELL DKILLING MACHINERY;.
One new Improved Fort Srott well drilling machine. Complete.
Ono new Standard Fort Scott well drilling machine complete,
One 7x10 Improved Illake Crusher.
One 15-0 Improved Blake Crnaher.
One 20.10 Improved Illake Crusher.
One set cornish rolls, twenty Inch diameter ten inch face.
One set cornish rolls twenty Inch diameter ten Inch fac.
One set cornish rolls twenty-twe Inch diameter fourlojn inch face.
One set cornish rolls thirty inch diameter twelve Inch face.
WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING KEBUILT;
One derrick drilling rig. Derrick C8 feet high. Fine string or tools, rope, Boiler and en!
One derrick rig, derrick SO reel high. Complete with tools, rope, boiler and engine.
One twelve horse power Atlas traction engine in first-class order.
One twelve horse power Gates-Scott engine In first-class order.
One ten horse power Waterton portable on iron wheels.
One twelve horse power Canton Monitor portable on Iron wheels.
One twelve horse power Owens. Lane 4 Dyer portiblo on wood wheels.
Ono ten horse power horizontal boiler. New lllings, front etc.
Write for prices to
FORT SCOTT FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Co.,
FORT SCOTT, KANSAS.
REAL ESTATE AGEJVI.
10,000 Acres of Land
At prices ranging from $15 00 to $50.00
in uuv ui iuv ,uih'j uwes; nil uui null , ouiiie uiieuiiiii buic lanii? wim uuuuuauuu ui na.ci ,
all within three mile of Moran (with two railroads) aud within 30 miles of Fort ScottSugar
worse, aiouey to loan on real estate.
Lands shown Froo of Charge.
OFFICE AT CITY BANK
FOR THE SEASON OF 1889.
4 OF THE BEST
I Black imported Fercheron-
S Brown Clydesdale-
I Kentucky Bred Roadster.
B Kentucky Bred Coach Horse.
Terms reasonable !
0. F. MERRIMAN & GO.
OPPOSITE THE I.EI. AWP HOTTX
It will pnrlfy and cnricli 1'ic BLOCS, rcsiilato
the LIVER and KIDNEYS, and Kiatoiir th
HEAMII and VIGOR of TOUTH! Inl I Iwv
diseases rennlrlngaccrtElnai ! nit lent lOJiIC.
especially I)ypepsla. Want ot A piK.llle.liKilpes
tlon. Lack ot btreiiclli, etc.. lis use Ii marked
with immediate andwomUrlU results. Itonea,
ronscleiand nerves receive mw force. Enllvtiw
the mind and supplies Itraln Powi r.
mhp-O suflerliig from ail complilr.ts
DR. BARTER'S IRON IONIC a safe and spfiiy
cure. It gives a clear and hcalll'j complcxlou.
The strongest testimony to tlio tuIhc of Du.
IIautek's luov Tonic is tl at freiucm attempts
itcounterfcltlrgliave onlv.lil.l u. th;' popular
Ity ortue original. If m tjriu s!! ikslre li?al
do not experiment pi nlii- os-k.i val ad iitar.
OR. HAfrrcn's Iboh Tonic is for Sale cr au
Dg'tOftiSTs xr DtAirm; F-nwnFor
Malies Suits to Order
GUAKANTEES A FIT.
Prices S6 to SIO a Suit.
First doornorth Kraeger & Krenter's
Or, Th9 Marvels of Tha Univsrss.
A zranhic ileserintion of the wonderful thinsrg
In Nature: thrilling alveniure3 on land ami
eea renowned discoveries of great explorers.
Published in Kngllsh and Gorman. S2 uage3,
329 Illustrations. A threat book to sell. Il
lustrated clrcnlara and extra terms to agPtiU
free . F0BSHEE & McMAKIN Cincinnati, 0 .
D. Etvart, lola, Kansas, cries sales
In Allen and adjoining counties. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Term reason
-THE 0HLY TR03
S - fT -
per acre (owing to Improvements)
m ALLER3 CO. 4
Call and be conyinced.
The Three Year Old
AMERICA!! DRAFT STALLION,
Will make the Season at
my place, 2 miles west of
Is a beautiful Dapple Ma
hogany Bay, very oblique
shoulder, causing him to
have high head and to meas
ure 17 r-2 hands, not leggy,
curly black mane and tail,
clean black legs; 27 inches
around forearm ; will soon
wesgh 1 600 pounds.
PEDIQBEE GIVEN oa APPLICATION.
TERMS : 1.00 single service;
SG.OO by the season ; $8 00 to insure ;
$10.00 to insure a lire cult one month
C. J. NORTON.
1'iaSS. ZS3VL'- Urnn.:?
THIS preparation, without
-" - iua, xji vor -jjauiua, ruu-
pies, Black-Heads, Sunburn and
Tan. A few applications will render the
raost stubbornly red skin soft, smooth and
white. Viola Cream is not a paint or
po rrder to cover defects, but a remedy to cure.
It is superior to all other preparations, and
is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At dreg
gi3ts or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared br
G. G. BITTNER & CO.,
SOLD BY EVANS THE DRUGGI ST
may do tuona m
uiu vli vjeo. tr
Kewspajier Advertising Bureau (10 Sprac
Street), vl.creadvcr-BiaBis igAnu
S. K. R. R. TIME TABLE.
No. 203 Passenger 12:53 p.m.
No. 201 Through Kxpress 3:15. r.
No. 210-Frelnht, accommodation.. 3:26 p. m,
.. ' aorso socth.
No. 201 Passenger 2.-3Sp,lB.
No. 203 Through Express 1:83 b. m.
No. 217 Freight, acommodatlon... 9:55 B. m.
Freight, accommodation 5-30 p. ra.
Close connctlons made at Kansas City Bad
through tickets for sale at all eastern points.
J. S.Timsxn. Local Ajrent.
Ft. S. W. & W. R. R. TIME TABLE.
EAST BOUXD TBAiKS :
No. i'A St. Louis Mall 5:Mp.aa.
No. c way freight 1:55 p.m.
WIS! BOUND TRA1KS.
No. 3 st. Louis Mall 9:. ru.
No. 455 Way freight , 4:06 p. m.
Freight trains carry passengers.
For rates and other information call on on
O. W. MORQAK, Agent.
No. 413 St Louis Mall 9:i3 . ra.
No. 455 Wayfrelght b.-is . jaf.
No. 437 Time freight 3:00 p. as.
No. 454 St Louis Mall 5:38 p.m.
No. 452 way freight 3:00 p.m.
No. 453 etock. 0:57 p. m.
Mo. Pacific Piqua Junction
Passenger 1:30 p.m.
Mall and Express 3:49 p. m.
Freight 8:30 p. m.
Clerk of District Co art...... M. P.Jaooby
County Attorney II. A. Ewlns
Sheriff. D. D. Britton
C II. L. Henderson
ConntyCommlssloners W. A. Boss
I C. C. Kelser
County Clerk B.W.DutTT
County Treasurer Win . Cunningham
Register of Deeds., J. P. Duncan
Probate Judge '.. J.L.Arnold
County Surveyor A. O. Christian
County Sap tl'nbllclnst Ed. T. Barber
btate Senator 0. 3. Woodward
Mayor E. J. Thsyer
Clerk I Wm. Northrop
Treasurer .....A. J. Clsrk
Police Judge D.B. D.Sraeltxer
I A. J. Fulton
Uounclunen -C. W.McNIel
C. L. Whltakex
Coroner Dr. A. J. Fulton
8treet Commissioner John Harris
Sanitary Committee B.rChSsUla
Marshal Sam Baker
Sapt. or Cemetery Wm. Buxton
Trustee Harmon Scott
Treasurer J. F. Colborn
Justices of the Peace fSg
Constables I J.? WdS
AU CAMPBELL ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
Deputy Connty Attorney. Office In Al
len County Bank building, up stslrs.
KNIGHT & FOUST, ATTOBNEYS AND
Counsellors at law. OQlce2nd door north
HA. EWINd, ATTOBNEY AT LAW.
Connty Attorney. OfUce at Court House.
RICHABDS, BENTOX & SCOTT, ATTOB
ncys at Law. Will practice In all the
courts or the State. Office one Jooreastof
Postoffice, lola. Kansas.
XTayol rr', fiTi a.
WD. SCOTT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Accoucber. Office In Dr. J . W. Scott's
DB". WM. II. MCDOWELL PHYSICIAN
and accoucher. Office with Dr L. Tozer,
West Side txinare.
A J. FULTON. M.
TL fersonMed, College, Philadelphia. Phy
Offlce at resl-
elcian, surgeon anu Accoucner,
CH. BOULSON UOMOSOPATHIC PHYSI
cian. Surgery and diseases of women
and children a specialty. Treatment of catarrh
a ppeclalty. Offico and residence opposite
PennsyKanla Central Hotel.
LTOZEB, M. D, OFFICE WEST SIDE
square, lola, Kansas. Special attention
gUen to the diseases of females and children.
JE. JEWELL, M. D. PHYSlCI N SUB
geon. Special attention pal to Surgery
and Eye diseases. Moran, Kansa .
."bstzouctex of dtlos.
TS. STOVER-SUCCESSOB TO OTHICK
& Smith. Abstracter of titles. Has a
complete set of abstract books for Allen Conn
ty. The only ono who makes Investigation
a titles a specialty, lola, Kansas.
S. TOZEU-DENTAL SURGEON.
lice over Young A Clark's store.
T S. LAFABY DENTIST.
J O. tv elememer'a grocc
sas. Satisfaction guaranty
O. AVelehiemer's grocery store, lola, Kan-
MC COOK POST NO. 51. G. A. B. MEETS
the flrat Saturday on or before each full
uioon at the G, A. It. Hall. All Comrades
In good standing are Invited to meet with the
t'ost. x. a. aiuvjiit, jr. u.
E. M.ECKLEY, Post Adj.
MCCOOK RELEIF CORPS NO. 145. Mo
Cook Relief Corps, No. 113, meets the
iirsi anu imru r nuaj- evenings oi eacn nionia,
attheO. A. It. Hall.
Mrs. L. A. TnoASAZB, Pn.
Mrj.E. V. GnorsBKCx, Seo.
& A. M. REGULAR MEETINGS
the llrst and third Tuesdays or each
month. Members or the order In good stand
ing are cordially invited A. J. fCLiox, YV.H.
Ii W. Vvrrx, bee.
SAUNDERS POST NO. 25 MEETS THE
llrst Saturday before foil moon of
8ch month, In Dawson llall, at 7:30 p-m. All
comrades In good standing are Invited.
G. W. Mattoiws, P. O.
ALLEN COUNTY HORTICULTURAL So
ciety meets in lola the second Saturday
each month at 2 o'clock p. m.
B. F. Paxcoast, Secretary.
J OLA PUBLIC LIBRARY OVER NORTH
thrnp's bank. Open every Saturday
rom ! till 8 o'clock p. m. Stock and mem
bership tickets for sale at the room.
Mrs, Wm. Kaapp, Librarian.
BIBLE SOCIETY A SUPPLY OF BIBLE3
and Testaments may be found at the Al
len Connty Bible Depository, Scott 4 Son's.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE F. M. B. A
are held quarterly as follows: The 2nd
fcaturdaj s of January, April, July and Octo
ber. Adjourned meetings the second Saturday
of each month at 10 o'clock.
CHRISTIAN-SERVICES ON FIRST SUN
day of every month at II o'clock a. m. at
the Court House.
PRESI1YTERI AN SERVICES EVERT RUN
day at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday
cliooi at 9:4o a. m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening. All are Invited t
CHRISTIAN, OR DISCIPLES CORNER
of Sycamore and Broadway. Servleef
11 a. m. and 7:) p. m. Sunday School 10 a.
m. Prayer meeting V,ane6day evenings. W.
T. Hunt, Pastor
REFORMED-DIVINE WORSHIP IN THE
Christ Reformed Church at 11 o'clock a.
m. on three frundavs or every month, and ev
ery Sunday evening at thajisual hour of ser
vice. Sunday School every Sabbath at 10
o'clock a.m.. All are cordlaUy invited to at
tend, s. A. ALT, Pastor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CORNER OF
Jefferson Avenue and Broadway Street.
Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. ra.
Class meeting immediately after the morning
service. Sunday School at 9.13 a. m., J. .
HendersonSuptinten't. Prayer meetingevery
Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. Strangers ana
visitors in the city acdall other cordially invit
ad to ail these serricra. J. B. Ford, Pastor.
BAPTI3T ON SYCAMORE ST. LARGE
brick north-east of the public square.
Preaching every sanoay at 11 o'clock a.
ra., ami at the usual hour la the evening. Sun
day School at 9:13 a. m. Pravermeetlnr Wed
nesday evenlng7 p. m. Young people's prayer
meciin evi-ry ouuuay evening ai 0:30. inis
notice Is Inserted to assure yon of a warm wel
come at any of these services. C. U.N. Moon.