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in nl Mid Hill - -
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an City, Mo. Ja
FIRST ftRTIOfiflli BAjMK
Capital and Surplus, $60,000.
Does a treneral banking business. Buys and sells foreign exchnnif
Authorized depository for county fuuds. Lonpr and short time
loans at lowest rates. Your patronage solicited.
GEORGE VEEII, President; 1. II ROGERS, Vice-president
V. D. WOMER, Cashier;
i : : i DIRECTORS : : :
1 I. II. ROGERS GEORGE VEEH W. D. WOMER 9
2 J. R. BURROW h LI. BURROW .
101 & 103 W. 9TH ST., KANSAS CITY. HO.
in Old Reliable Dootar Oldest In Aire and Langeat Located. A
regular Oraduaia In Medicine. Over 80 Vows" Mpeolal FfMtlca
Over 87 Veara In Kansas City. ESTABLISHED IBOT.
Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases.
nurea on n run toed or money refunded. All medicines furnished read? for use no
mercury or Injurious medicines used. No detention (rum business. Patient at edlaisni-e
treated ly mall and express. Medicines sent everywhere, free from gate or breukage
I Charges low. Over 80,000 cases cured. Age ana eipertence are important. siaie joui
Oute aua SOUO. tor wrms. vuuaui,n,lVH liusiuuwuiiunuuw, jraiivuKii urv niwi,
Seminal Weakness and
Sexual Debility, .Ui..
follies and excesses causing night losaes
and loss of sexual power, pimples and
blotches on the face, confused Ideas and
'orgntfulness, bashfufnees and aversion to
society, eto , cured for life. I stop night
losses, restore sexual power, nerve and
Bram power, enlarge ana strongmen wean
arts aim mane you nt tor marriage, ocna
lor free book and list ot questions.
C .;-ttMtA Radically cured with a
JirlClUrO new lufall.ble Home
nnrl PAal Treatment. No In
allU VslOCl struments. no pain, no
1 detention from buMness. Cure guaranteed.
i Boon ana list or questions rree sent seaiea.
Hydrocele and tT'i
Phlmnole 'ow days without puln
nil ITIO SI 9 or danger. Hook free.
arnrAlA Enlarged reins In the
W ariUU vlo sorotum causlug ner
vous debllltr, weakness of the sexual sys
tem, eto., permanently cured without puln.
C ., n L. 1 1 f That terrible dlseas. In
ypillll9 sll Us forms and atags
cured for life. Blood poisoning and all
private disease permanently cured.
nAnif ,or ooth sexes M pages, !7
UVISI pictures, with full descrlptlo
of shore diseases, the effects and cure, sent
sealed In plsln wrapper- fr-'e.
. rVlHt tMi fcti lot tut hlnaiUoa tt attiiu.
. Fein Musium on Anatomy.
MAKING VENETIAN CLASS.
Vary Little of H Really Manufactured
There are doubtless few person
who bare failed tc admire at corns
time or another tbe beautlas o( Vsaet
tan class. The exquisite coloring, ete
jar.ee of form and surprising delicacy
of some of tbe work turned
out by I'aiian craftsmen make all
lovers of the bo jrlfl covet tlio
specimen ot Veaftlan glassware dls
played t the big' shops and stores.
A peculiar fact concerning Venetian
glass is that very little of It Is really
manufactured In Venice Itself, it Is
at Murano, a small island and town
little more than a mild north of "Tha
Queen of t3ie Adriatic.-' whore the
Italian glass Industry chiefly flourishes
Here, many centuries ago, the old Ven
etian glass workers established them
selves and produced that work for
which connoisseurs are so willing t
pay high price nowadays The se
cre'.s cf :U work are jealously guard
ed so. mjch sa in fact, that it was not
until aboal 50 yetr3 tgo that th uietn
od3 we.-a discovered which er.ableJ
An.oaio Salviati to revive the Venet
ian glass rmn.r.'acr.ire. which fell very
o;.i:li into i.ocav be:-eer. toe Mf '.tenth
una s:.ve?ntb centuries.
Trier :o iJ'jO neither Mu-ano cr
Vtuii's ;o' very Oiny years mau
t :': t;i.t tavti w the va:
u y. ), ,) i:i watiually uiaiie iu
Veu.cj l'-aj.ii to Saiivjti. lioweter,
Muraao li.i.- pr nearly half a century
past been ui.iliii.j ju a larso soalj
glass p'.;j'.".s wluse (j'.ialut forms and
net co'oritiit aie bat little if at all
Itfenor tt :lie be protiactJ ot ih
:.cici. g fusiiouse.
.Near :i.t !.i:i.o-. Dig Wheel In the
Italian txl..oi;ion &t Carl's Court, iu
Lenaoa, a Venetian furnace Las been
aei up, around, .which half a do.en
skilled Italian glassMuwers work,
turning oui before the eye3 ot specta
tori, (uat e.ij.iisiie ware wlucb excites
ft) uiucli a-juiiraion. Glass of every
Uescnptloii an l color Is produced here
caily taies, cando'.alua, table sets, in
addition to uuuatiuns ot ancient Assy
rian, Latvian, Greek and Roman
glasses 'iue great paint about the
blown glasswork as uiifde by the Mu
rano ciaftsuien is liiai each individual
piece Is an original work of human art.
Each man U an artist who rovels la
the crcailcn o." new shapes, thoro b
Ing no liuitt to his fancitttl ingenuity.
And as It is almost Impossible that
any two pieces of work should be alike
unless the. firm is very Pimple, in-
deed.' the buyer can choose according
tc fancy and al the same time be sure
that uc oue else possesses a piece cf
exactly the same size and shape.
Adjoining '.he Venetian glassblowera
room is a showroom, and here can be
aeca the work Iu all it varieties,
from tiny piaiu vases, costing but a
few pennim. to rich colored goblets
,nd mirrors, va'tiei a a far greater
number of dollars. They may not
hare so interesting a history attached
to them as that whicn makes the
work of tne ancient Venetian glass
blowers so valuable In the eyes of col
lectors, bat they are none the test
' Dr. Mallett's Remedies.
Pnrllles the Blood and reialstee tke Ildney. and LI
"rer 'on s Scrofula. Hull Kr?lueli. Kcimi. i'
Rhrnm Cstarrh. Illrrs. Plmplos, Hhiduuillf m, Kypbllle, Vem rsl dlrasiwh ai'd rkln erupllunt. Ii
rrgnlsrltr, end I dintli)n oi the kldnern. lillibannens, Hick Hesilshe. I nrllgcr tinn. Ujiprpali,
Irrpgal.rity end Con-tli-tllnn of the UowcU, sicking srn'Stion sud tuttvriug uf tbe Irsrt, lack n'
energy, Nerronauese, tUonpy and drowsy feeling, liiy.nl noac and loas of Appetite. It alrnngthei r
end bui'di up the moat ftnllciitc ayatem. It la a pkte'int laxative, ri lioTlng tke biwela ol sll iuiuni
I ties, eleanaing the ejatem f ifortlnally. Its action la mild end aootbitig. prvvnta ter aiul i
pleaaant to take. It rtrsla with ulaesae sa It exists, rein tLn rjiuau ynu rvbullda the cuuatltntlon
It baa been teated by thooaanda f prople and found to perform aln.ot mlrsclea. It may be Ukri
by old and yosng of both anxua Ladles wboae dullcate aystem reialrus s seined? that will set gi
tly and be entirely aa'e under all c milltlona ahonld take It It will give yon 'l-angth, new life au
smblilon. Yon should not delay bat go st once and secure a battle: price. ll.OO.
" f,,- l-'or internal or external ae t'orea Hkanmatl-m. Ncnrslel
VUrailVe t-'U-r(0hMbe, Bsrache. Ilrsdaeb, 8.re Tkmal Ume Hack. I'.l
In the ftlomsch. Cramp U illc. Diarrhoea, Ilyaentrry. Kuamer t omplslnt ' 'holers Morbus. Wnutid
Unts, vpesina. llrnlKea, Swellin4. Lumnagi, lnd nmttion Irr Pol'O'i. Bee gtlngs, MIS Joint
(lout. Contracted Muacles. IV p Sealed aud Muacu'ar Pains, r met Hitee. Hnnlona, l orn-, Vloli i
llcklug of tbe akin snd It flamatlon of th kldne- It leeoothlnt anil heallnir, I' la a rraudr thu
profes succeaalul In alO'Wl nyury e se If Ukeu In lime It will relleye tbe mot obatinala caer. si
often aares Hr. There la m m" l,cl is so Important and need'nl rT o (fared to the public, ao aa,
ceasfaland effoctfual In relleyliid nali. It Is s trne frlMn.l l.i lime achns and paleo. It deals wi
the 'llaetse utft'Ctoally. '.Inking the rf r iot rein rln ! Ih'j coaan. It has been tented by tit'",
anda of people and luond to pvrfoiu) womlt'ia. it may be taken by old and young of both ex. Uo
tor man snd beaut. Prlc- SO ce e.
Pt-m furf. nnv.-ha c,,d", Crnnp. Hnaraeness, Whooping 'ng
'- rrorrni'ie lunammsnon or tne t.ang. -wre rnrat, rpiui, ,
of Illood, Loaa uf Voire. Aalhms. Ijulimy. Inflenaa. Tickling enealloh la the throat, lllflltD'
lireatblng. Hacking uugh eor txtrt of i beel snd i onumplluu, whre the drt ided dlsae ksa n
already suyanced beyund medical aid. Ulergymen and SiMsarra, wl I Sn.l this m'dlclne yaiunb
aa it acts Olrert upon the Uoiicbial Tubes, ramoylnt lbs P ihga and renda' tne mice elrar ai.
distinct. It fires Inetant rellxf. It millers snt bow aeyure r r o1 mir belt Is aonmliK a
kesllug to tba throat sn lunga. It la perfectly hsrmlesa, and pleasant to ihe laala snd gire- e m
InaUnl relief. It I' acknowledged lo be one of tbt moat reMsb e me Icior made far tbe Ihmst si
Innga. It thmwe off a. I the offended on-tter. clears Ibe Inhua nf sil Impurities and k-er- e them i",
bean by condition thus leering the air pssaages free bsvlde invigorsllng snd strvngthn ng ti.
general jHm. It gore. Ilia IMos 90 OeuU. ,
TL,., X2nA'i Preparrd onlr by Or I. K. Msllett, Phil Ip-hnrg. Ran-.
1 nCSC IVCIIieOieS Are S..M by drusnnu snd J L Mci ormlck. Pbilllprlim
V 11 A216 tarietien of?
am 0 z 12 inches; 22 page showing ia est oral colors
frrcit, with concise description and sewnn of ripen-
II Ll ln of each;64 half-tone Tiotvi ot umos,yrchartls,l'acKlng uousaa,ete,
l Sena 60 r ts. for book (post-paid) and Rebate Ticket permitting wtura of
hook hv mall within 60 davs and we refund the 60. Or, nail as wlihia 1 year,
Aluays Keep Fa'th.
Many a woman :-. would not think
of lightly breaking a promise made to
a grownup person is utterly careless
about keeping her word with her chil
dren She promises whatever U conve
nient at the moment and apparetly
thinks that the breaking or keeping of
those promises is a matter in which
lie can please herself and that her
children have no right to consider
themselves aggrieved if she does not
A mother who acts thus does her
child grievous barm. She forgets that
the sense of Justice Is strong in quite
a little child and that It Is natural and
reasonable that lie should expect his
parents to be as good as their word
and to fulfill their promise eveu at
the cost of convenience. Tromise
should not be lightly broken and the
parent who Is guilty ci this soon lose
bis children's confidence, which is oue
of tlie'sweetet things which our little
ones can give us.
When boys and girls learn to doubt
ihelr parea's' truthfulness I hey soon
look aroun-'1 for some one elac whom
Ihey ran tr"M and on that person they
hower Uidr affection and bestow
their confidence Woman's Life.
Rebate Tickot with tl2 order for nursery stock and we will eredit $1.00 In part
payment on your order and yon keep tiih book free. YE PAY TDE FREIGHT.
r rirt1 weekly and want mere home and tranling salesmen. Otrmt
l ay VuSU rsct-bUrlt Bre'l, tOCISIWX, It., UlMtk:,ri, fayettrrtlte. art
NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT TO BUY OF
SELL IT tILL PAY TO ADVENT H
IN J THE HERAL
"Now children." oU'.1 the good
looking yo'ng Sunday nhoo' teacher,
' oau any of ynu tell tn- the , name "f
the rr.aa who lost j1! his po-wei when
bit hair wai ut !"
"H'.s name was Samson," answered
ley In the front row.
"(toed And can you tell us wti
"Ytt'm. He was the rhimpiou pis"')
Weary Willie Cm a victim o pollcej
persecution, lady, list's what I a
Why, de first time I wis arrested I
wasn't d. In' nothln at all."
Mr. CxiJart "I'oor fellow! Here's
dime for you. And what charge (list
Key trump up aaaintt you?
im 5Tary RllUs Viria:y.-Xj. j
D ESI KING THE SER
VICES OF A FIRST
CALL AT THE VETER
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ii A VCi HEY ONE BLOCK
EAST OF THE SQUARE.
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COME IN AND YOU
VILL BE TREATED
Sec me for all kinds of
Veterinary Work. Jjfij
J. D. Haughey
ifr. Always reliable. Laullea.Mk nrurrlst fb
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ld nielulllo boxes, sealed with blue ribbon.
,k no oilier. Hrfnae dnngerous suball
'onaaiod Imitations. Huyof your Unnl-l,
.' rend 4r. In mm pi for Parllrulnra, Teeli
uonlnla and "Relief for l-ndlr.," In tetter,
v return Mall. 10,000 Testimonials. Hold by
OBIOBBSTBR CHEMICAL OO.
100 Uadisoa aqaare, PIIIL.A A.
tfaatlsa tkla pseer.
, The careful man
who must make
A Little Money Do a
Good Deal of Work
- will be pleased at
the prices for the
excellent style and
quality of clothes -
, made by - '
Chicago Tailoring I
i i-eau 1
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J A TftAOf MARKt
Anyone sending a sketch snd description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Intention Is nrohslilr niitentithle. Communlee
cnnnaentiai. tiANUUUim on ratenia
leal affencr for aecunne Datenta.
Patents taken through Munu A Co. rsoslre
tlons strictly cnnfldentl
sent free. Oli
toeriai aotlcs. without chsrae. In the
A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. !,reat dr.
eulstlon of any sclentldo loornal. 1'erms, Sa a
year : roar momos. Si. boui oyau newsaesiers.
nco"'8 New York
osvoe, arBLi wuniaston, u. u
ii t;i i
j rStrYrA i
X nsajaaiislisj a an k islsli
Ttie Cau3e of Many
rhen b a diseasn rrvalllno- In this
country most din;croui becauco so decep-
i'.. I've. Many sudden
i4"5"- deaths aro cau.-d by
I! heart uitece,
failure cr acoplcxy
r- aro often Iho result
cl kldnry dl:s::o. If
kidney t" iubla is al
lccd to advr.nce th
kidney-po iso ncd
blood will attack tne
. vital orrr.ns or the
kidneys thorruelvca break down and wa3te
a-vay coll by cell.
Bladder troubles rncr.t always result from
a dcranrpment of tha kidneys and a cure is
obtained quickest by a propsr tro.almer.t of
tha kldnsya. If you ari feclinr badly you
can make no miatako by tailing I r. I'ilncr'a
Swamp-Root, the great hldncy, llvor and
It corrects Inability to held rrlro and .-raiding
pain In paaslng It, and ovrreomcs tha
unphaoant neccxlty of bcirp: compelled to
go oftsft during the day, rnd to pet up mnny
timej during the nlht. Tho nild and Ihe
extraordinary effect ot Swr.rr p-Root is soon
reallied. It slinda tho hlrht .-.t nr Its von
derful cures of fhi nor.t fi."trc:sir.j ca:es.
Svamp-Rool Is pl-.icant to tali ar.d cold
ty all drujjlsti in fifty-cent aivl ore-dollar
siisd bottles. You rnr.y (-'
have a sample botllo of (fp-M',,.,r.it
this wonderful r.ev t is- Ef-'I IHSSj
covery and a book thr.t ""UTVS
lolls all about It, both Vmae.t Cnmp-T.oat
sent free by nail. Address Cr. Kilmer Ct Co.
Blnghanton, M. Y. V.Hisn vrliing mention
reading this generous offer I t this paper.
Dcn'l make any mistake, but remember
the name. Sw&mp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's
Samp-RooU and tho atiurcas, Birc'iamton,
N.Y., onvery bottle.
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh of the atornacli.
THEORIES ABOUT THE SUN.
Ka Immediate Danger That it Will
Burn Itself Out
the current theories concerning th
Wun and the planets are that tha sua
was once vastly hotter than. It Is now
and that for a long period It has been
elowlv but steadily cooling. This doc
trine Is built on the notion that th
sun is a mass of fire In progress of In
tense and fierce. combustion, and that,
like any other fire, unless Its fuel Is
replenished, It must burn out and be
come extinguished, some astrono
mers teach that the sun is supplied
with fuel by. vast quantities of comets
and meteors that are shoveled Into it
by some process of nature, but other
astronomers, like Sir Robert Ball, re
ject the possibility of any such sys
tematic supply of fuel, and they be
lieve that t'.ie xiin aa It burns ahrlnka
In size at the rnio of 220 feet of its
diameter In a year. As the mass of
the sun Is something like 880,000 miles
in diameter. It Is calculated still to
last for a good long time, but there is
something extremely melancholy and
saddening is the Idea that our grand
luminary wii one day burn out with
a spasmodic gleam and whiff or ilU
smelling smoke like the snuff of a can
dle. It Is with great satisfaction that we
are allowed to believe in the possibil
ity that the sun Is made of radium
and that It can continue to give heat
and light for an inconceivable laps
of ages without being In the least di
minishing either in size or capacity
to warm and illuminate us. The idea
that it Is not losing 220 feet In its
ameter yearly is particularly consol
There is another suggestion wblca
would enable our solar system to con
tinue Us operations . without either
suffering an Instantaneous conflagra
tion or being consumed by slow com
bustiou, and this is that tho aim and
the various bodies which revolve
around it constitute an electric dyna
mo anr .a incandescent lamp on such
a scale as could be resigned and
created by combined omniscience and
omnipotence, to go on In Its beneficent
course forever. Such a notion meett
only the contempt of science, whlcb
insists upon the existence of actual
fire in the sun, that sooner or later
must burn Itself out to complete ex
tinguishment. Until, however, as
tronomers like Prof. Lang!ey shall
make a flying mncnlne without bal
loon attachment that will enable hu
man beings' to fly, their vagaries con
cerning the playing out of the sua
may well be nealectod by all. except
full-fledged scientists. New Orleans
e . . ...
i - iuuuy coupie meet who money ii
1 throush lael of advice in inon
; ' T" 1 nu.m.. . .
i-i j. iiiu ruiiiiija uouniy ua
i.trltn r end j'tdemant i? alwav
frv-i rf - its cn-j'.ci.j's and Jj,
ii.- --nri of savins "t,. cat fi;
t:., - '
It In a 'Jo i I : l.i - -
'AH Have Their Toys.
There Isn't a place In the worli
vhere the children have no toys. Even
in Auptxarti, among the degenerate
and animal 'Ike bushmen, the children
have toy Are 6tickR which they rub lr
pioduce flanie. In Ihe Polynesian Is
lands the baby savages have toy blow
Eskimo land Is a perfect SanU
Claus land of ivory and bone toys,
rrany of which are made to move, ao
that the little Eskimos have dogs :iar
nfssed to sleds and little seals ai.d
whales and canoes which are so eirv
fd that the tiny man in them nobs
bark and forth as If he were paddling
and will even throw a harpoon
I!ut all savage children try to copy
new things. Now, In the very heart
of Africa, travelers find the little ne
groes playing with pieces of wood thak
they have carved Into imitation of tne
rifles that they have seen the white
rcen carry. They even stlclt a piece of
cotton ie the niuzz'.e to Imitate (lis
Deep Sea Temperatuies.
The deep floors of the ocean every
where are covered with a layer of
comparative cold water. In the At
lantic. Indian and Pacific the tempera
ture of this bottom water varies from
about 33 to 37 degrees Fahrenheit. I-i
the Polar seas It is below the freez
ing point the bottom temperature of
the Antarctic being about 31 degrees
Fahrenheit, and in the Norwegian Sm
from 2P.2 to 29 5 degrees Fahrenheit.
During the last Swedish Antarctic
txpeditlon, Dr. G. Anderson recorded
a bottom temperature between South
Shetland and Graham's Land as io
as 29 degrees Fahrenheit
BransQeld Strait, explored by him,
repeats the typical hydrographies! con
dition of ell lee-bearlng parts of the
ocean a superficial layer and a deep
water mass, both characterized by low
temperature, and between them a body
of relatively warm water. But thla
section shows two remarkable bea
tures; the Intermediate warm current
Is here faintly developed, and in con
sequence a very large part of the see
t!on is ore" .led by the bottom water,
tne temper rue of which Is only 29.13
io 29 dpgr Fahrenheit The latter
figure Is r- threeten'Jia of a degres
Fahrenheit oov the point of equilib
rium betwe .o sea water and Ice.
Ia Jewish marriages tbe women is
let on the right. bl thmnaiiotit
Christendom her plies ia the cere
mony Is on tit. lsCL ..
;i V, r
Will Not Help Yourji
Disease, Dut Will (
to bear J
Folks who think It Is better
twin than .nrtlh. I. awa . .
Old-fashioned doctors sed to say l
was better, because they had nothlnM
with which to ease pnln but dangerous (
l..f,r,.r,...l,'.l.i. !... J
But now. that a uf ..m
been found. Dr. Mllea' Antf-Paln Puis'
it Is wrong to suffer, (or nothing can b
gained but weakened nerves,
A safe rule to remember Is: TOiemf
In pain, take an Anti-Pain PUL . A
This will soothe your quivering nenrr s' !
Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills relieve -vfwJT .
by restoring- the natural STOretlrnieV
which they differ from opium and j 1 t
liar narcotlo drugs, which reliever ...v. '
u cnecmng; tne action ox mi (land
- They are sure and harmless, an!
the latest medical treatment for'
cure of Headache, Neuralgia, Backs
Rheumatism, Dizziness, Tooth)
Stomachache, Menstrual (Mori
Pains. Also nerve irritations like
Sickness. Car-Sickness, Sleepleesf
Indigestion, eto. ' , . - 1
Pleasant to take, quick in results..
"I have used Dr. Miles' Antl-PA
t-ins tor sick, nervous neaaacne, ar,
nave received tne best reaults. I heea
tily recommend their curative proped
ties, for they are successful." Ril
RATA. WATROS. D. D., Iowa City, il
Bold by druggists, at 25e. Money ba'
If first box does not help. Hover sold'
X XVj.Cj Package of Dr. Miles' Anti
Pain Pills, tho New Scientific Remetl?
for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our,,
Hpyeiiiiwt will diagnose your case, Kill
you what is wrong, and now to right It 1
free. Dll. MILES MEDICAL CfxJ
i-A-UUKATOiU-Uii, JliULK 'NO,
The "Right Read" to aau irom and betwt(
CT DAI It
nil varvtaVheM hssvnnJ
"Trains-leave Phlllipsburir as fotlows .V
i, Fast Express, stops at lny'' . ' ,
portanl polnta only dalSi- '.'.J J 1 Ck
', Mall and Eapress daiftl j I SV
J.. A-t T . 1 m 1 as -4 mt.tnm far ItMIl-"" V
'Git. Hun. j'Onf
No. 23 Locaf-Passenger
Vn. 7. Local Freisbt
No. 16. fsasenirr
M 97 !..u-.Pa...nnl)f r . flatly io: a
rr7..- " . It ImDortant
n,.i t .... da ly KVp
Vn 71. t.ne kVlirht. . .. .daily,
No. 15. Pasacnircr,
Nos. 7 and 13. dall
I It except Sunday.
i 1 ime
Fnr sleeplns-car t'iSSSrtWi
bles, etc , apply to anT f ' Ticl
J. A. STr
Passenger Agent. ,-
Kansss CUT. Mr
DR. R. W. PC9PE'
llione 4B. Orhce over PostoOJ
XTT PDATT T 4TirivCjjk
We lit a vi a a a . - rv '
Phlllipscurg, Kansas. tl )
UOlce over Phillips County riatt v Jv--years
residence in county, tip' fc,f, "NN
fonllltloa fur molrlnir I'lillcfll 'Oil '
U-fers by prrmlaslon to Hbllllps (.'
First issiinnsi uanse
fflce Plrat door sooth of B-rsld ,
Hbl litis Cnnnty Hank. !. nd '
'otttfi unrt 1
W. N. MOORE,
Special attention given to CommenV V
Coliecclons snd BanCroptcy practice! i'-'v,
CaUU snd I nan ranee. Notary In offlce 'l,fV
(lrstdwr weatof th- post oleo PhllliP'bsr
W. G. BISSElL,
Ahtract ard Leans.
Tbe only Imm,iuU" n-Msb t '
Books In tne ft ? ' ' )
ea'at .No d a.
Phillip on- - ii
A (food prescription
TbeS-ceot ps'kniirU u ..gu for tm
na Tse lamil y a tt'e iwceii'S' o niaip,
sply for rar. Al'drg(il
i r i
HOLLWTtRS t I
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuogoaft
A Bury If sdiglas for Bory r.-etlt. ,
BVgS OeUsa Health sad Paasirsd V'ger. )mil
A sreclBo for Constipation. Tndlrwitlon. I lel P7 S
nil Kuin-'y Trouh;ei nmniw. trtn-, Imt Y X. i
Vlorxl B-vl Jreaih. Slnrr'ah How.la, Miti ff-
ana uaeksrne. n a rt x-y Honntsln lea Hi it
Irt lorm. w cms a oo. ix-nnrna made
noLusraa Dsro County, Msdlwn, Wis.
C0L0E1 M'GGETi FOR SALLOW tltyl