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THE IOLA REGISTER FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1902
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I 'or Supremo Court .linllcc
II. P. AlASON.
J. C. POLLACK
A. I.. (WHHNli.
a. i.. nu.is,
I. W. CUNNINUllAAl.
r C"iirHmtian-iil-l nrge
ci IAS. p. scon.
W. J. UAILBY
Pur l.liiittnuut (lovrrnnr
I). .1. MANNA.
Pur Secretary ( Slnto
J. K. UUHttOW.
T. T. K13LLY.
For Attorney (Unernl
c. c. coi.nriAN.
leilnteniicnt ut Public linttuctlnni
I. L. DAYHOI'P.
'or Inmitnncc Siircrlntemtrnt
HARLUS. II. I.UI.INO.
re, Sriiiml Coumcsilonnl DWtilct
J. 1). BOWIil'SOCK.
COUNTY '1 1CKET
SS HtANCHS WILSON
Pur Cnunty Clerk
JOHN NV. KULSU
" t jr Count Recorder
t. M. CUNNINOIIAAI
"or Clerk ol District Ccirrt
S. C mtPAVSTHR
II. A. RICHARDSON
Tor County Attorney
U. li. Cl.UM'Ultl)
1'or I'rohnte Judge
J. IS. SMITH
'or County Superintendent
SS OL1VIJ KNOWI.TON
LUTE l. STUVUU
)R.I5. I'. RICHARDS
ir CiiiuiiiliIoner llilr.l Dlttrkt
A. W. MOWLAM)
r ComnilfSluner I'lr-.! District
It. P. LUDLUM
IS SOAIKTHI.NU IS A KliAC
iiiiethlng In u ling, nuil u lllllu luir-
re ttinii oinliluiimtlo-lt Ik glorious,
cor Ihe to foul it, you inny never
levor visit roroliiii InnflM, rind piny
invor III the nrmy olioe'it tho mnroli
never on tlio ooeuji cheer .the
ii should happen to jou, thou, when
t on you promlng,
trtut hlg, liuoby hoy comos to awl,
tin 1 hi timing,
oil lilru; Bon ot mine, lie. your station
I or frugiil,
it country nulls lior children, nml
K'nr Dm nlure of Imgln,
slop I to ithlnW o I Column, or lliu
i of your ouiiuly,
pi to OKklnu mltoti-., ilou't stop
nv or nount,
I'miteor ui oiiontnmljoii go whore
thorn to tho loiter If limy make you
r-v hreiili you;
Hug, nml then stuy wltli It, bo jou
thy or iilobriun; ,
iuoii Nlug tho dirge, (tempo tho
lint nliutii the pioim,
p iiiuguittneH nnd journal!) loam u 1th
i ,ir permiUHlon,
rtitvut-liouiH unil coward gladly
I ho llko oEoiiKlun,
i' or m oum of asking, "In the wur a
n, nnd your tluty l to mnko tho
.i stroiii,' ono,
uy till ll In imn, ho the win u short
kmlH wbiu wur In in or, than tho
ir with you Ih lying,
trong, ilo uiiiplu Jiistluo-luit that
,mhi kconll tlylng;
t'lHimlowu to ruin, tlmo will thou
jui n warning.
Mill uauk to midnight, unil tlm world
twill till morning. Iron tjulll.
bosd Miuueibu uoino oftun
It moy bo that Gcnentl Jacob II.
Hmltli Is roIiijj to tost bis rptiroment
onlor, but I (It Is ti fact, then tho oottu
try hits itiisjuiltrod Its man,
Find tho man who really bollovos
that Lttiiiou llulcor wants In bo olfctoil
to tho Kutisita luKlslitluro, anil yott
h.tvo our liloaof an o-isy murk.
"What has become of inllttarlsm"
Uot'loi tho'J'opoka Hci'iilil. Mllitar
l,mn is now ciitfiiKRil in lmuntlnj,' the
Dim jura oy, which is tryint; to forjf
It is all i'li,'hi, of coiiiM, to com
inenil Oenoral Jat'ob II. Smllli for liU
totii'liliijj fji-fjollnn to his inolhnT at his
Ohio liomo tho olhur day, hut it Isn't
I'.vai'tly oluar to us what olso wus ux
P.ahtiiomn was In Dm Moines yos
tortttiy. I'tvim thu fai:t lliat lio was in
only ono tomi, lustuail of half a iloon,
there is n suspicion that It may really
havo boon lliirlliolln.
'J'lllJ vlolous ami ituoalloil for at
tut'k upon Attornoy Gnnural Knox at
an Atlaullo City lititol by a ijuartot of
inlllionairos tho other day Is furtlior
proof of tho fuut that inonoy iloos not
mako tho man.
: U always a boet way of doing
n', if It lio but to boll an egg.
real seisrol of tiuoeojis In Hfu is
utdy wliun your opportunity
row ovoryltody hollovos that
t Louis exposition Is going to
ill of Its predecossors.
rooilrlstow rollrrment rumor
on sohedulo time. It will bo
tu soon uflor tho election.
jdinu to tho pross ilispatohos
in Is In Kuno&ha, Wis., .Top
i, and Guthrio, Ok. Tor. Still
ago polloo can't llnd him.
jald that linllflons of English
s wero killed in Kunsas by
in tha other night. It prob
b a fow less than a million,
Knrrort Gainiis, of tliuTnpokaPop
ultst A'lvooato is engaged in reading
John Curritn, secretary of tho state
committee, out of tho party. Does
Kdltor Gaines think tho party can
sparo Curran's ole V
It is probably a lollef to Senator
Harris to bo out of touch with Kansas
just at this time. Helng on tho other
sido of tho ocean, ho is not expected
to mako a lot of ridiculous Iclaims
concerning tho prospects of tho fus
ionials in this campaign.
Mi:. Hhvan says: "I shall not bo
a candidate for tho presidency In tho
next campaign, and l may add; lhavo
no clioico beyond a doslro to seo some
ono nominated who was loyal, not
only to tho ticket, but to tho platform
in 18IHI and l'.lOO." In olhor words,
Mr. Hryan is fully dotoi mined to cm
bark in the party wrecking btihinoss
SKN'ATOit Mi'Mli.r.AN, who was
burled yesterday, was ono of tho
strong men of thu Senate, and jot ho
could not make a creditable speech.
It does not necossarliy follow that in
oi'dorto be ono of thu stronginenof tho
United States Senate ono must bo in
uaptibloof mttking acreditablospccch.
Neither does il mean that ability to
mako it ci editable speech Is tho hall
mark of strength in tho Senate of tho
United States. And jet wo notlco la
disposition to emphasize this fcaturo
of It. As a matter of fact Senator
McMillan was a good doal of :t man,
with a big heart and a big brain, and
that is thu reason ho was .strong and
groat. Tho fact that ho could, or
could not, make speeches bad nothing
to do with It.
Democrats, as usual, waited
I Uopublicanshtid Issued their
tn text-book, so that thoy
I agtilnst It, whatever it was.
B Democrats did not feel so
us already It would bo a lilco
confront thorn with some of
mior opinions of Mark Ilttnna
It.M. Jacoii II, Smith's pluco
hoouro in tho Loans of his
mon. Hut If ho goos to jarring
in the eoui'U, testing bis re
i order, 1 owont last tiny long
porno of tho othor heroes,
IF YOU ARE CONSCIOUS OF
FAILING STRENGTH AND
ENERGY THIS MONTH,
MAKE USE OF
NoOiher Medicine Can Guar
antee Such Happy Results
Mon and women, young and old, of
overy rank In life, freely admit that
they tiro more conscious of overtaxed
nervous strength In tho hot weather
than at any olhor season.
Wlion such a condition is experi
enced, l'alno's Celery Compound af
fords advantagos and rcttUs that no
othor remedy can oli'or with honesty,
tvigoiously cleanses lliu blood and
regulates tho tardy circulation. It
strengthens and encouragos tho klu
nuys and enablos thorn to llltorfrom
tho blood all wasto and morbid mat
ter; it secures strong, 11 rm nerves,
gives sweet and natural sloop to tho
norvu tired and brain-weary. In a
word, l'alno's Celery Compound Is a
truo summer life giver and health
builder. Mr. I'. M. Stephenson, of
tho American liapttst Publication So
ciety, 177 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111.,
"I used l'alno's Colory Compound
for an aculo attack of nervous pros
tration at a tlmo when I had a largo
number of engagements ahead. I took
It according to dltections, and kept
on till two bottles hud been usod. All
trembling, throbbing, and vertigo dis
appealed thu llrst week. I kopt on
with my engagements after that week
and gained all thu lime. l'Yoin that
start my appetite Improved, and I
assimilated tny food and lncroascd In
weight. Tim Compound strengthened
my volco also, provonllng weariness
iiOpoaklng and singing. A very
noticoable elluct was tho strengthening
oT tho ujos, making it easy to road on
TWO V1KWS OK TAXATION.
Hero Is a ttotalton from a rocont
speech of W. J. Hulloy which is
characteristic of tho man:
"I do not stand beforo you today
as a dofondo. of railroads, but, I ho
diuvo in equal justice to all men, and
that all properly, no mutter what
class or kind, shall bear its equal
and just proportion of tho burden of
taxation. Any man who goos bofoio
tho people advocating that ono class
of property shall bo taxed higher than
another class, and theroby appetils
to the projudlco of mon, will not bo
sustained by tho coitscloneo or thu
judgmontof tho people of tills great
Mr. Ilalloy does not appeal to tho
prejudlcos of tho people, but to their
senso offalrnoHr.. Tho Kansas vot
ers tho farmers if jou please,
for most of tho Kunsas voters
tiro farmers arc willing to boar
their honest share of tho burden of
taxation. Thoy do not ask, nor do thoy
want, to bo lolloved of a load which
Is rightfully theirs. With Mr. Hulloy
thoy boliovo In "justleo to all men."
Comparo Mr. llalloy's uttoraiico
with sotno of tho fool things Mr. Crad
dock Is saj lug. At Souccii tho othor
day he told his audience:
'Let mo show you what I consldor
rising abovo polities I was going to
say religion, bccatiso it Is good citi
zenship and that is this: I have inailo
a pledge that, If thu fusion ticket Is
elected, wliuro you now pay 5100 tax
you shall pay only $50 tax, and whoro
you now pay $10 tax you shall pay
only $5 tax."
And this Is how Mr. Craddock pro
poses to do It:
"My proposition to you," lio said,
"is tills, and It Is plain; I want you to
seo it: Tho assosscd vtiltio of all thu
proporty iu'lho state Is 1100 millions of
dollars, without thu railroad assess
ment. If you would assossliOO millions
of corporate proporty and ubllo
utility corporations at fiO cents on tho
dollar, It would add llOOmllllons mote.
Can any thing bo inoro straight? Slm
plo us it can lio. Then It moans that
when you ote next fall those who
hoard lfio know osltlvely this fttet,
that, if thoy eleo' tho fusion ticket, It
moans $10 per head for evory voter In
During tho earlier part of Ills
Allen County Kuiiiieivs IIiup Discov
ered tlr.it 'llicy Cjii KhUu it
Very Piolltiibly on I'nthlo
Timo was when Allen county was
wholly dependent on bur corn crop
for liar throe meals u day which un
Immutable Nature specified as needed
by her Inhabitants. With tho llndlng
of gas tho towns begun to grow Inde
pendent of agriculture, the markets
Improved and farmers tiro now get
ting wiser and tile ruising dlvcrsllled
crops with greater success than over
hoforo. Ono of tho important now
factors Is wheat, which It was claimed
at one timo could not bo grown In this
county, oxcepl on bottom lauds. It
Is now being successfully grown on
the uplands and the coming year will
seo thu largest acreage over sown In
J. R. Lehman, a wheat buyer at
Humboldt, says that thu best wheat
tecolved tills year was from r-Yanl;
l'cttlt, who iraised It out In Salem
township, on upland ground. It was
sixty pound wliett and was line in
(juallty. Tho secret of tho now crop
is the discovery that with a lltilo fer
tilizer thu pralria land brings good
crops. Tho ferti Izer costs from f IS
to JV-'J a ton and tho amount put on an
ucto of land is from 100 to '200 pounds.
Thus tho fottillvsr only makes an
added exponso of about $1 an acre,
while tho lusulh arogieatly increased.
Tho farmers i . i ....lo tho amounts
thoy want, comblno and buy a cur
load, thus cutting down tho expense.
For scvoral yoai s now qtilto a nuin
Vcr of prairie fanners havo been ex
perimenting Willi Holds In tliis way
which at prevailing prices, makes the
crop a paying one.
Mr. L. 15. Pearson is ono of the
converts who vrlll put in an S0-aere
Hold and ho says no knows of a whole
lot more who arc going to try it. IJnt
experience indicates that tho glowing
of wheat Is to become ono of tho regu
lar crops of Allen county and tho
financial results cannot help hut
prove widely felt.
He was born in Williamsburg, Pa,,
of American parents. When ho be
gan work as a boy, IS years old, lio
received S--M a wetk as a cleric In a
Meu'io Wlml Slovin In KiiHleiii K:iu
Abilene, Kansas, Aug. IS -A lorrillc
ralu and wind storm swept over thu
south part of Marlon counties this
evening about fi o'clock. At Lost
Springs tin1 duiuago wa.i greatest. A
new mill being built by D D. Nusz was
blown down; tho Santa To depot was
partly destroyed, several curs wcro
blown oil tho truck and a number of
small houses damaged, No fatalities
are reported, though soma injuries
wero Inlllcted on porsons In tho build
ings. Over tho course of tho storm,
grain stacks wuro scattered, and farm
buildings and windmills damaged.
Hope unci Ilurlngton woro given a
sovero scare, but no serious Uiimago
was teportod. Heavy rain accom
panied tho storm, and the electrical
manifestation was Intense.
CONCERN KOtt SCHWAB
speech Mr. Craddock explained thnt
the total avorago tax Is $-10 to each
voter. So it Is that Mr. Craddock
not only proposes to reduce taxes
one-half, hut eliminate thorn altogeth
er, for does ho not promise tho voter
that if lie elects the fusion tickot It will
moan just 5-10 to him?
Mr. Craddock's plan is fearfully
and wonderfully made, but It Is reas
onably cortulu that no candidate
for governor of Kansas will
over try thu ta v reduction ru.zlo-daz-zlo
on tho votors a second tlmo.
Wu offer Ono II unil red Dollars Uc
watd for any caso or Catarrh that can
bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cute.
K. J. Chunky & Co., Props.,
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known
K J. Chonoy for tho last 1.1 years, and
hollovo 1)1 in porfectly bonorablo In all
business transactions and llnancially
ablo to carry out any obligations
made by their ilrm.
Wr.sT ,; Tuvax, Wholesale Drug
gists, Tolodo, O.
Wai.iunu, Kiknan fc Mauvin,
Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Inlcr
ally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Prices 7fo por bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials fiee.
Hall's Family Pills are tho host.
A YOUNG LADY'S hlVU SAVKD
At Panama, Colombia, by Cbambor
laiu's Colic, Cholera' and Dlar
Dr. Chits, II. Uttor, prominent phy
sician, of Panama, Colombia, In a
rccont loiter statos: "Lust March I
had as a patient u young lady sixteen
yoars of ajje, who had a bad attack of
dysontary. Kvorythlng I proscribed
for her-proved InolTccttial and sho was
growing worso overy hour, lior par
ents woro suro sho would die. Sho
had become so weak that sho could
not turn over In bed, What to do at
tills critical moment was a study for
mo, but I thought of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dlarrbooa Jlem
cdy and as a last resort prescribed it.
Tho most wonderful losult was ef
ccted. Within eight hours sho wa
feeling much bettur: Inside of three
tluys she was uiion her feet and at iho
end of ono week was ontlroly well."
Por salo by W. L. Crabb & Co., and
Campbell & Hurroll.
While lire was doing $10,000 damago
to ills proporty at Atchison, John
Souton looked on, lie saw an oldorly
man laboriously dragging a tool
uhost from tho llro. Suaton recog
nized an old omployo, u carpenter,
and hastened to holp tuo old man
suvo his tools.
Honry L. Shattuck of Shotlsburg,
Iowa, was eureJ of a stomach troublo
with which ho had bcon allllcted for
yoars, by four boxosofChamborlalu's
Stomach and Llvor Tablets. lie bad
previously tried many othor reinodios
and a number of physicians without
i ollef. For salo by W. L. Crabb &
C o., and Campboll & Hurroll,
Heading, Kansas, August 18 After
passing through three days of tho
most opprcsslvo beat of tho season, a
storm broke hoio tills afternooa which
was tho llrst for yoars. An unusually
heavy rain foil, accompanied by high
wind and ball, unil for an hour the
lightning was almost ono continuous
glaro. Growing ciops wero badly
blown down and tons upon tons of
prairie hay caught in thu windrow,
while the wind played havoc with thu
newly made stacks. No serious
damage Is reported.
Seranton, Kansas, August 18 A
sovero electric storm this afternoon
was followed by one of tho heaviest
rains of the voar. Two houses weio
struck and a horse killed livllirhtnlmr.
Tho corn crop was beginning to show
tho elfects of tho dry weather.
- - i
ffhottnands Have Kidney Trouble
nnd Won't Know il.
Ttow To Flint Out.
Pill a botilo or common glass with your
waU: ana let It stand twenty-four hours, a
t , f-r . . aeaiment or set-
JgSratftr&T JK Indlcatoi an
Ia r,-iWrYr'0'' of the kid
neys; If It stains
your linen It w
evidence of kid
ney trouble: ton
frequent desire to
na-v II ni- naln In
-" Ikn I...1. i ..,-..
ronvlnclnt; proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
Wlint to Do.
There 3 comfort In tho knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
jvuh In curing rheumatism, pain in t. o
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
cf the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
It, oi bad effects following use of liquor,
wipe or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
neceislty of being compelled to go often
during the day, and tc get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swnmp-Root Is soon
reailir-d. stands tho highest for Its won
derful cures of Die most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$i. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that tells
more about It, both sent
absolutely free by ma'l,
address Dr. Kilmer &
Co.. BltlErh-imton. N. Y
lion rea1tnr this gncrou. offer In thl" paper
Tt.imn rvf MwntmvlfnAt
Vhen writing men-
1 ppfaj I
lis sisSi2aaSia y;
vwv- . -. j. . .. 9 .ra
'Iho Sled President's Mind Thought
to he Fulling.
Ily Pcrlppi-Mcltnp 1'rMi Am'Iu
Pittsburg, Aug. 111. -Charlos M.
Schwab's private car, Lorotto, went
to Lorotto this morning to tako thu
sick president of the steel trust to No.v
York. It Is understood ho sails for
Muropu tomorrow, Stoel trust olll
clals horo say It Is only Schwab's
summor vacation. If Schwab retlros
fiom tho prosldeney oT tho corpora
tion; James liayloy, llrst ico presi
dent, is most likely to succeed him.
Guyloy now has chargo of tho oorpor
utlon mines, railroads, docks ;and
stoamors. Ills ago Is 15. Ilu entered
Carnegie's employ in ISM,
Lorotto, I'a., Aug. 18 -President
Clmrlos M. Schwab or tho United
States Steol corporation has aoeopted
tho advice of his physicians and de
cided to rotiro Indellnltoly from an
active business life lio will leavu
America to seek soino ii!et nook In a
foreign ultuip. iThls Information Is
authentic. Dr. Golden never loaves
tho Schwab home and tho nature of
his patient's illness cannot bo learned
Mr, Schwab Is not coullnud to his
bed, hut spends much of his timo upon
tho whlo veranda which alTords fresh
air and a sweeping view of tho moun
tain slope. Ho is always with his
wlfo or hts patents. Thostrango par
of Mr. Schwab's illnoss Is that ho Is
always within view of thoso who call
at Ills house, jut ho will not allow any
porson lo approach him. Heretofore
tho visitors to tho Schwab homo woro
greeted with a lioarty wolcomo and a
vigorous handshake. Now tho visit
or Is met at tho cntranco and told that
Mr. Schwab cannot bo seon. Close
friends of tho family lecoivo tho uame
mossage and none has bien ablo to
converse with ,1'rostilont Schwab sluco
lio cainu back lo his homo.
When a newspaper man called Mrs,
Schwab said tier husband would not
seo any person and hud not been re
ceiving visitors for many days, Mr.
Schwab sat on a couch within hearing
of tho voices. A paper was beforo his
eyes, no oxiuuiieii no interest anu
mado no attomp' to move, Huslncss
associates, it is said, havo mot with a
similar reception In tho last fow days,
Mr. Schwab his bcon directed by
his doctors to lid his mind
of till business cutes, and he
Is obeying la orders religiously.
Mr. Schwab's salary as prosidont
of tho United Statos Steol corporation
Is S22f,..a0 a jour, $105,003 moro than
tho president of Franca .and $17G,000
moro tho prosldoit of iIh United
Statos. J. Pierpont Morgan is au
thority for tho statement that Mr.
Schwab's perquisites ralso tho amount
which ho recolves from tho Steel trust
to about 1 million dollars a year,
Mr. Schwab only ncontly ordorod'a
Now York house to cost -1 million
dollars. Ho i till SfSOD.OOO for tho
Mr. Schwab la only -10 yoars old,
Hays City, Kansas, Aug. 18 Tho
day began hot and windy and up to
about L'llJO p. in., was ono cf tho worst
of tho year. At throo o'clock showets
began to fall and continued vith con
siderable rain and wind. At six thero
woro scvoral gales, accompanied by
hail that did Homo damage. Tho
lightning was torrllln unil at 7 p. in.
thu Luthcian church wus tired und
burned to thu ground. It wus a frui.it
Htrtic'urc, built In 1870, und burned
very rapllly. More than un Inch of
ralu full und will greatly holp tho into
feed and put the ground In condition
lor pteparing for wheat.
'J 1)5 a in
. . . lOn m r, 1 00 pin
...C 30 n in ti 10 00 am
Kinpoiia, ICiuiri, August IS A soak
ing ruin and bail storm visited this
vicinity this ovouing. An Inch of ruin
fell. The corn crop is a suro thing in
Topoku, August 18 This vicinity
received u good soaking ruin today.
It bogan to fall about four o'clock
and kept It up gontly until a late hour
tonight. The water camo down just
slow enough to soak Into tho ground
Atchison, Kansas, August 13
Atchison and surrounding country Is
having a good, steady rain this eve
ning, which commenced to fall about
ti o'clock, mid from presont Indica
tions will continue all night. Hlg
rains have fallen in tho Central
llranch country today, wiilcli will bo
of groat bonellt to tho crops in that
Some Facts Kcgnrdiiig Its Knpiil In
crease. Amicndicltls umonir Americans is
cortalnly Inoronslng and wlillo this Is
probably duo to tho oxultemont und
worrv of Amoricnn business life. It is
moro often directly traceable to con
stipation. Appendicitis is caused by
extraneous mutter cntoring tho vermi
form appendix and not by tho swallow
ing ot seeds. If tho dlgestlvo organs
uro kept in perfect condition so tho
food is duly usstmuluted and tho
bowels inovo gontly, at loast otico a
day, uppeudlcllls will never dovolop.
Don't tako cluiucos. Hegnlar dosos
of Dr. Caldwoll's Syrup Pepsin hoforo
motils will strengthen tho organs of
dlgostlon, your appotlto will bo good,
constipation disappears and you feel
hotter In ovory way. Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Popsln does not rolax tiio
bowels by Irtitatlou, but by curing
Itidlgostiou, tho cause of constipation,
Chns. li. Sponcor, Iolu, Kinno &
Son, Moraii, and W. J. Waters iV
Co., Lallurpo, soil It In CO.i and $1.00
bottles, under u posltlo guarantee
Write for book of testimonials to Pop
sin Syrup Co., Dopt. fi, Montlcollo,
bonk Pleasant, l'lcnso,
Photographer C. C.'IIarlin, of Fut
on, O., can do so now, though for
yoars lm couldn't, becauso ho sulVorcd
untold agony from tho worst form of
Indigestion. AH physicians und med-
lclbes fulled to holp him till ho tried
Flectliiu Hittors, whlteli worked such
wondors for hlui that ho doelaroB thoy
aro a godsond to suitors from dyspop
'sis and stomach troubles. Unrivaled
for dlsoasos of tho Stomach, Llvpr and
Kldnoy, thoy build up and give now
life to tho wiiolo system. Try them.
Oaly COc, Guaranteed by Evans Bros.
I'nsucngor No JW
I'uwngor No 3)7
Freight ouHtliuunil, No. 220 ... .
I NiUlft r relight
I Dully except Suniluy
)loeal froi,!iitN'o2lr, .
I Dally oxoepl SunU.iy
vVn liuvn nriimiri'il pissengor servlco with
thu loin lllortll'' Itnllu.ij heiuoi-n lulu, (his
Oily nml I-ulUnio ninil die ugontiof the Sitli
til 1 1! Itutlwiiy will ho ploiihfil to Lull on you
Hlniiy Him. iiiblHlng j puns to rutos und routes.
Otir trUlll rililllll -JOt ,..irrln i.lmlp nuru n,nl
Mcpiien, hctwcin Khiimih Ulty unil Welling
ton, nml 'lYxiiH points, ourtiiuitNi sleepers lo
twi-eiiUltiiuu unil ('ullfnriilii lire models of
iwfwtlon. W'onm tliroiitfh tint vestlhule
truliwlietwcpii Iolu unil I'lncugo, coloruUr,
hprliurs, lonr-r, unit (iillforiilii points, no
eli.muo r ,.ir heiwcui (iltuwa mid cullf
fornlu points 1 inn nlso uucni fur tlm While
Stur Mouiuer J.ino.
n. a. i:txi,n, abcih.
No HI Ytu ok Outer, KitnwsCllyJi
SI ImiIn i:xpreM 9 1.1am
.So CIC'olo a St. I. Hull A Kxproiw. .7 ISpm
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" 1 on ii in
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Ko U IuuhI Irolght suupui
NoW(iol.i.,t St I. Mull A l'.xpreiw . .8.37 a m
NoS7i. ('.. SI liul& Y. O. oxpruss SMprn
Suburtwii Lallurpo & Iolu iirrUod u.ttum
" " " " . I CO p in
.. " . " " " ..O.aftpm
NiMOl louiil (ruliiht 111.10 u m
Through MivpiToii No 10 to St. Louis on No
a St. Unilr.1.) lulu.
Througli i h.ilreurs nu No's 4 nml 10 to Kan
wih lily und 5 nml il KimsaK L'lty to Iolu.
Klmt i'Iohn mtvIuu und iiiuipmunt on "Tlm
So lliui your tlokcts for all imlnts, e.ist nml
-t. no rtli unil wiulli urovlu llieMo. l'uo.
No. 31 Iiuh tlirougli uliulr uur to Kuiisis
'Iniln No. lohttslliMiuuliuhiilr cur nnd slceiv
cr tost LouIh.
Coruiiieiti-hur.liini Int train No AOuilllinva
llimiiuh HlocpriN to Di-iivprvlii t'uehlo.
VU lliu Mo, I'ao lly. hciuion KuiiMtM City
It. S'iiU. Moriiu, Iolu, YutOH L'enliir, eto.
I.piuch UitiiMihi!iiy li Mil in. dully. Ituturu
Ing, louv i-x YiiIon C'onler s.lri u, m. dully.
Tlirougli elmir cur snrvU'ii, loin to Kunxus
City. St. Louli nrinit'ilonH, Sue tlml jnur
ll(,nt rouils vl.iMo. l'uo, lly. I'or all Infor
million mii loi-iil iiuviilN or uildrosM
II U. Tnwnvciiil.Ci. P. A.T. A. M, Iiuls.
n. K.& r. RAILWAY.
.No. rr arrive 10 11 it. m. I.eiivo 1 00 p m
.So. 04 urrlvo SWii. lit Louve 5 04 p. in
No. H6tirrlvo ?'. m. Leuveuila n ,
No (,7 urrlvo 3t . in. I.eino ft 10 p li .
Tiuln Nil. Ofi onnnorlM nt Moi'l.n with bom
north mid miiiiIi imiuiil trulii-
Tiulu No. u ennui'Ois in I'Wun. for ull point
Tinln No C7coniicctHiit Pliiun for nllrol' t
oulli A II HA LOW IN ii. I
I'avitoi iue tutfni1nri t-imrtttK
tu U inllillli.H ullltniiatlrtillr ntl.l ICM
all ihirruiii mi riiinirlitn uu.t
1 l fi rtivor AllUNrS VVA.N't'KII
lliu .u)r ciHTr furuivr Uii)i. Whera
u iwru im uucni wo will kemt St-p ,.
rniiirat agi-uu irlou, lolntroilureli.
Wrliu fur aiu'oiiue, prlrri, eio . lo
ECONOMY SUPPLY CO.,
SSS Moln St. Konai City, Mo.
J. R. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
10 CAQT MADISON AVENUE
iouth tint Boutin OLA, KANSAS
HEL1EVED IN 6 MINUTES.
CUBED IK G HOURS.
and GOUgh H0I18
navo not failed In 80 yoara. 1 tablenpoonful
01 tho ' lloiiei" la a of waier anu ono or
Bugar hourly till swoat, tbon 1 of "Cough
Honoy." A bath coroplotes tho cure. 3 doion
conorally Bulllclent. Death will never rneult
fircm LUKO or THROAT diseases when tHeso
two liemodloB are PROMPTLY uted.
lly UruggUtii.2lg foe nnd tl Bites.
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