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X V.lx Suit.
A suit for the recovery of a qui.rter
section of land, most of which U within
the corporate limits of Wichita, was
commenced in the United States circuit
court in that city the other day by An
toinette Sanders a resident of Spring
field, I1L The petition sets forth that
in 1873 Lindley Lee, of Fulton, X. Y.,
deeded the land in question, then a
farm, to George A. Sanders, as trustee
lor the three minor children of Ceorg6
and Antoi.iet'e Sanders and grandchil
dren of the grantor. All the children"
died in youth. In lSSi, after tlieir
death, George Sanders dee !e 1 the prop
erty to Thomas Dvereanx. Since
then it has been di-. itlod and sub-divided
into town lots and is now. kno'vn as
College II ill, one of tin most fashion
able residence quarters of the city,
"pr.enting a vaiu? to the present oc
v 'tints of probably ?"(M,9 G. Mrs.
Sanders alleges that her hubaid had
no power t deed away the property
and sues I r an undivided half interest
to it, 'which she claims as the heir of
the deceased children. Upwards of
one hundred persons are named as de
feudants to the suit
World's Fair Organi. itlorn.
Martin MoLU-r, secretary of the state
Vard of agri. ulUre, has recently
made an extended trip through tlie
western part of the stat?. lie and W.
A. Sinitn, secretary of the board of
managers of the world's fair associa
tion, organized county fair associa
tions and Columbian exposition as
sociations in several counties. The
work of railing funds for the Kan
sas exhibit is progressing finely
and enough will have been paid into
the treasury to warrant t ie letting uf
the contract f r the Kansas building as
soi.n as the. specilicati n are ;ipor.ved
anil a building permit issued by the
boarl of directors in Chicago. The
legislature will be aked to make an
appropriation to repay ail money sub
scribed and there is litt'e reason to
doubt but that this will be done.
The Kansas Christian Endeavor
union will hold their fifth annua! con
vention at Kansas City, Ka i., Jlay 4-6.
Every Christian Endeavorer in Kansas
is requested to attend. The people of
Kansas City, Kan., will give free enter
tainment to 1,000 delegates. Those
expecting to attend and desiring enter
tainment should send their names as
soon as possible to the chairman of the
entertainment committee, C. L
Brokaw, Wyandotte National bnk,
Kansas City, Kan. Every society in
the state should send their annual re
port to George Y. Stitt, state corre
sponding secretary, Hutchinson, Kan.
Declined tin; Request.
The executive council has declined
to grant the request of Commander
Greene, setting aside a department in
the capitol building for a memorial
hall for the G. A. It., because the coun
cil has no authority to grant such a re
quest, an 1 a'so because there is no
room in the capitol that can be so used.
The executive council, however, by
resolution asks the next legislature to
provide by law for the setting apart of
a suitable room or rooms ia the capitol
building, when completed, to be occu
pied as department headquarters of the
G. A. R. of Kansas.
Tost Oni'o HuitdincK.
If the post office building bill, which
has passed the senate, meets with suc
cess in the house, Kansas will get fifty
nine post otlice buildings, ranging in
cost from f 0,000 to S75.000. According
to the bill the p stm aster-general is to
have erected in every citv where tho
gross re. eipts of tho post office nre not
less than So,000 a year nor more than
530,000 a bui.ding which will not ex
ceed in cost in' re than three times tho
annual receipts of the office. Fifty
nine Kansas cities come within the pro
visions of the bilL
Itesult of n Quarrel.
Martin Collar and Charles Christ
quarreled in a Leavenworth saloon the
other day, when Christ struck Collar
acrop s the forehead with a spade. The
hnndle of the spade was broken and a
great hole male in dollar's skull.
The blood flowed profusely, but Collar
was not even stunned, and tying a
handkerchief about his head, went to
the po'ice station to lodge a complaint
against Christ. He walked home and a
physician soon afterwards found him
unconscious. His recovery was doubt
Enforcing: It Order.
The board of railroad commissioners
recently requested Gov. Humphrey to
institute mandamus proceedings
against the Union racific railroad to
enf orce its order of May 26, 1S91, call
ing for additional train service on the
Lincoln branch of that road. Shortly
after this order had been made the
Union Pacific increased its service, but
subsequently removed the train.
Minor State New,
John McDowell a oolored man thirty
six years old was killed by the cars at
Topeka the other day.
Postmasters lateiy appointed in Kan
sas: J. Metz, at Hilltop, Greenwood
county; W. E. Masters, at Morehead,
Neosho county; William Shellenberger,
at Radical, Montgomery county; W.
Sloan, at Udall, Cowley county.
George Easten was recently arrested
at Winfielci upon the charge of attempt
ing to kill Miss Metta Rogers. He had
been paying attention to the young
woman, but got on a spree and she re
fused his company. Meeting her on
the street he drew a knife and made
the assault for which he was arrested.
When the Missouri Pacific pay car
stopped at Hutchinson the other day to
pay some section men a Baker heater
used ia the cir exploded with great
force, blowing out one end of the car.
Eoadmaster Richardson was badly hurt,
and a section hand suffered serious in
juries. Henry E. Walker, claiming to be the
agent of an eastern dm, was recently
arrested at Emporia for alleged crook
ed financial transactions. His crooked
ness consisted in drawing checks on
different banks where he bad no f urds
and getting them cashed.
John Overman, a weU known farmer
living near Parsons, has disappeared.
Gov. Francis has signed the Missouri
congressional redisricting bill.
There is talk of trying Gen. A. W.
Gretlyby court-martial for insubordi
nation. Reports from Guthrie. Ok., 6tat that
there is nothing in the reported Messiah
The German steamer Eider, wrecked
off Atherfield, Isle of Wight, January
81, has been floated.
A national convention of state rail
road commissioners will be held in
Washington April 13.
The committee on foreign affairs has
reported in favor of a reduction in the
number of foreign legations.
Venezuela is in a state of civil war.
Dictator I'd kicio imprisoned the mem
bers of the supreme court.
Premier Lou bet says France will not
tolerate politics from the pulpit, and
would close offending churches.
Kama t'itv I.ivn Stork.
Kansas Citv. March 28.
CATTLE-necipts. 3,3.7; calves, 1; shipped
yesterday, 17.!; calves, 54. Steers were dull
end bare y steady to i wer; co.vs and feeders
steady. The following are representative
I)HKScF.r ECKK AND MltPPISO STEERS.
J4 Li ! 1
,.1.:',17 4."0 j 3
. . 1.4'M 3.-.D I 3
.. 1.355 S.H0
COWS AND HKimiS.
41 T. sn'd.. 91.'
... rW S.20
... 1 .' M1
lit (,:,:: ir,
13 l.i.v; -)
4 i,i w 3.n y
C4 Til 2.01 1 i(
2 c A C... ? rSVD t 1 lmU
I c &. c... (' :xw i l bull
Htx;s-Receipts. H,7i: .sYppcd
Th" m-irket was fairly
851 53 20
l.W 3. -M
l,C9i 3 0)
steady to 5c hij-'h-.T
The following are rcpres-
78... 2.(4 fl..V
65... '.'Ill 4.M1
HI... 'JIT 4.47'
50... -:5S 4.40
49.. .119 4.30
6...4M 4. 15
42... 90 3.75
.100 fl.55 I SI.. 211 !'4.55
.'Jiti 4.V.", 7:i...lW 4.5'-"J
.199 4 47'ji I-2..-.SW 4.47'J
.319 4 45 I C7...1M 4.45
.197 4 4 1 73... 1M 4.10
::m 437 5 3I...331 4.35
.121 4.35 ii:i...307 4.3)
.31.1 4.115 ej.. .181 4,:'J
,1'S 4.20 101. ..130 4.20
.113 4.15 11... 850 4.10
tW.. .129 4.011 15... 297 4.00
39... 90 3.75 I 59... K'l 3.65
Shei:p Receipts, 1.772: shipped yesterchy,
2W. The market was qui-t to unchanged. The
following arc representative stiles:
63 121 i5.75 351 1. yest 79 55.65
rhieaijo Live Stoek.
Chicago, March ?:. Hoes Receipts, M OOT;
oftlcial yesterday, ZTA: shipments yesterday,
14,051. Receipts for the week, 121,758: ship
men's for the week, 70,953 receipts for the cor
responding week last year. 158.ir.g shipments
for the corresponUiiiR week last year, 79.195.
Parkin? from March 1 to date, 26:1,000: packing
to date last year, la'.OX): left over, about 2. ;
quality fair; market active with pirs and licht
lots 5c hicher: other prades unchanged. Sules
ransred at M.557.4.9ii for lisht: 4.15'.4."o for
rou?h packin?; i4.45g,4. 80 for mixed: H40 Y.1.85
for heavy packing and shipping lots. Pifc-s,
CATTI.E-Receipts, l,5'.i(): ri'ceipts yes'.erday,
5,8 '5; shipments yesterday, 3,181. Market
SHEEP-Receipts, 1.0X): receipts yesterday,
6.239: shipments yesterday, 2.i:. Market
St. Lnni live Stork.
St. Louis, March 28. -Cattlc-Kecoipts, 700.
Market steady. Hoes Receipts. 1.0J). Market
steady: fair to choice heavy, 4.655,1.S); mixed,
ordinary to (rood, ifl.10.Jl.70; Yorkers, fair to
best, H.O'il.SO. Sheep-Receipts, &.! Market
rhioajo (ir:in a:id IroviloiH.
March'5. 'Opened HL'h'st Iowcs'Jciosini
I M, h
.1 1 1 1 v
r. I Mch
a S June
ff Julv ....
1 1 15
6 22 .
c :2' .
5 50 '
10 121,1 9 p:
10 U i:
10 47 i
e. ) July
5 57' '
5 72 i
H I wra
I- ansan ity Grln.
Kansas City. Mo., March 28. -Sales on
'chance by sample: No. 2 hard wheat, 2 cars
71c; No. 3 hard wheat, 4 cars 690, PcarfiS'c, 1
car 68; No. 4 hard wheat. 1 car 60' .c, 2 cars 66, 1
car 65-ic, 2 can 64.-; rejected wheat, 1 car 43
Irs.. .Vc- No. 2 red wheat, quoted nominally at
Kc: No. 3 red wheat, quoted nominally tK3?2c;
No. 2 spring wheat. 1 car 70c. 1 car 69c.
Corn was firm. Shippers paid l4'ic advance.
Local corn sold sparingly at 33c with some sales
he under that. No. 2 white corn sold at 31' Jo,
Shippers paid on the basis of 3394c Memphis
and 361 srt36'c at the Mississippi river for No. 3
mixed corn. No. 3 at Kc discount
Oats were a little higher, though demand con
tinues light. No. 2 mixed sold at 27'4i3Sc; No.
2 white, 28'i23c: No. 3 at '.c discount.
Kye, steady. No. 2 sold tiMlay at 75'., j,76; No.
3, 73c; No. i, 71c Receipts, 6 cars.
Flaxseed, 86c on the basis of pure.
hies go losing aBii Prices
Chicago. March 28.-Vhcat-Na 2 prinu
794c: No. 2 red, 8!8i4c Corn-Na 2 cash,
39c: No. 2, yellow, 39c; No. 3. new, 374c: Na
3 yellow, new, 37Vc Oa's-No. 2 cash. 28",c
Timothy Seed-Cash, ?1.221.29: March. 1 29.
Mess Pork-Cash, new, M02410.15. Lard
Cash, new. S6.2JS&22.4. Short Ribs-Casa.
Kw York Grain.
New York, March 2S -Recetpw, wheat, 87,
000 bu.: shipments, 12,000 bu ; receipts, com.
43.000 bu.: shipments, 40.143 bu. Closing sales
were: Wheat-March. April, 9514c; May,
92ic: June, 904c: Julv, 91c; Aupust, 904c
September, 90c; December, 93c. Corn-Apru
48c; May, 465ic. Oats-March, S44c; Miy,34i.4&
Wheat and Corn In Ltverpo iL
Litbrpoou March 2S Wheat Holders
offer moderately; prices unchanged. No 2
winter, 7s 84d; Na 2 sprlnir. 7s 9d. Cora-Supply
of spot Is poor and holders offer futures
moderately: prices unchanged. Spot, 4b Td;
March, 4s 7d; April, 4s 3d; May, 4a Ii
St Louis Grain.
St. Louis, March 28. -Receipts, wheat, 25,005
bu: shipments, 26.OJ0 bu: receipts, com, 123000
bu: shipment, corn, 54.000 bu. Closln? prices
were: Wheat-Cash. 84 c: May, Wc; July
804c. Corn-Cash, 3a-4c; May, 36?c. Oats-i
Cash,2Sc; May, 29
Batter and Eg? la w York.
Nkw York, March 2a -Butter-Firm, fair
flemand; receipts, 3,697 packages. Western
dairy, 182:0; Elcin. 0-129i.c: west
ery, &k$294c; lmita:ion creamery, 173240,
igss-neas, o lower; receipts, 17,344 paclt
ages; western, 134c
Sucr la ir York.
NrVf YOBK Mirpk "C c ......
-. uar, raw, quiet,
easy. Fair refining, 2c; centrifugal 98 de-
rrrfu tret I?ufln t ... a . .
P - - - - Huici, L. 1 ui , crusneu,
354o; powdered, 4i,Si4c; granulated, 4?3
Flax, Rye and Parley.
Chicago. March 'JL-nMinv nHr-
Cash, 784c: May, 794 e. Flaxseed-Na L cash,
i w, oiay, so. uaney i'rt.
St Louis, March -8.-Rye-B0t Flaxaeed-.
,96a. Castor Bens-4L50.
A JOTOCS MOMFNT.
i '1 I J
Nervous Gentleman (who has en-g-;i?ed
individual on left to act as uide)
Hut, my pood man, are yon sure you
h;ive taken the rigrht road?
The Individual (gruffly) I know I
has; we are now close to tho "Bloody
Gulch," where a mans skelinjrton was
found last summer with bullet holes in
the skull. They tri'd to fix the murder
on me, but (with a jjrin of prea. satis
iuction) they couldn't prove nothin'.
2"o, they couldn't prove nothin'! Life.
A Common, Evcry-Day Sfuo.
A common, evcry-day man is he;
He doesn't shine in societv,
Hut he's none the worse for it, maybe;
For aft t the supper's over at night,
He doesn't to club or to Ixl.-c t.'l:e llight.
Hut si's with his wife in the jv.r'.ur bright,
And fondles or rocks the bal'y.
N. Y. Press.
Editor I want you to take ch.irpe of
the "Queries"' column.
-.'ew M;in (modestly) I fear I cannot
p.nswer the questions our readers would
"Oh! yes, you can. Most of the ques
tions are from college graduates, and
th.ey are very easy." Demorest's Maja
Mrs. Trotter I hear that all three of
Mrs. Barlow's children have the
Mrs. Faster Yes; so I understand.
They're so poor that they have to
economize on the doctor by all jetting
sick at once. Judcre.
Tho l imit Rraclio I.
Johnny Where you goin"?
Tommy Home. Don"t you hear maw
a callin' me?
"That's nothin". She called you two
or three times before."
"Yes; but she's out at the peach tree
now. cuttin' oir a ultimatum.'' Indian
The Call in tha Honey.
' " Life i-n"t such a pleasant thin-: after
all." said Chappie.
"Why not?" asked Cholly.
"Well, its pretty hard dontcherknow,
to have to sit at a club window all day
to show to the world that you haven't
to do anything1 to make a living." Jf.
Another One Needed.
President of Gas Company-What
was that bright li?ht in the north part
of the city last nijht?
Employe The aurora borealis.
President (with hauphty firmness)
Have some uurora borealis meters put
in at once. Chicago Tribune.
The Politician's (ha nee.
Bogps A man asked me last night if
1 thought a politician could be a Chris
tian. Foggs-What did you tell him?
Eoggs I said he could if there were
votes enough to be got out of it to pay
him. X. Y. Herald
He Walked In UU Sleep.
Briggs Strange things happen. A
Brooklyn policeman was seen walking
the streets at midnight, recently.
Griggs What was the trouble?
Briggs Upon investigation it turned
out that he was a somnambulist. Life.
It Will Receive a Itonus.
"Let's see," observed Squildig; "I be
lieve the government pays a bounty on
maple sugar production now."
"It does," replied McSwilligen. "We
may therefore look for a bounty full
crop." Pittsburgh Chronicle.
No Complaint Recorded.
Smiley (as the hearse passed) There
goes a carriage that no one wants to
ride in. '
Cooley Did yon ever know anyont
who rode in it to make any complaint?
Sutith, Gray & Co.'s Monthly.
Tommy (to new boy) You wasn't
born in this country. You can't nevei
be the president
New Boy No, but I can be a police
man some day, and you can't Chicagc
Too Hot for Him.
Mrs. Madison Square You haven1
been inside of a church since we were
Mr. Madison Square No; a burnt
child dreads the fire. Texas Sittings.
Servant (to Squibs, in his new board
ing place) Shall I get some ice, sir?
Squibs No; it isn't necessary. Just
put the pitcher of water in the stove.
A Gifted Subordinate.
Enraged Contributor Your proof
reader made nonsense out of that arti
cle of mine this morning, Eir out
rageous nonsense, sirl
Editor By George, I couldn't make
anything out of it at all! I'll raise that
fellow's wages. Chicago Tribune.
One View of It
"I don't think it's exactly fair for my
teacher to keep me in because she can't
read my writing," said Willie. "It
Isn't my fault if she doesnt know how
to read." Uarper'b Bazar.
No Cill of Fare.
Mamma (at dinner table) Why,
Dick, what are you crying for?
. Little Dick Boo-hool I didn't know
there was any pudding till I got all
through. Good News.
Vide Awake for April
Is a veritable Easter cumber. In its
pictures, in its stories, in its poems, the
Easter spirit predominates. This April
number is quite as acceptable a remem
brance at the Easter season as the con
ventional card or booklet Meynelle's
frontispiece, "Easter Day," Burgess'
full-page "Easter Lily," Garrett's stir
ring crusading picture, are fitting ac
companiments to Miss Poulsson's
charming verses, "The Flowers' Easter
Message," to Miss Barstow's delightful
"Story of an Easter Hat" and to El
bridge S. Brooks' spirited Easter Day
ballad of crusading days. "Prince A1-!
merics Amulet." Mrs. Lewis' descrip-1
tion of the "Easter-Tree," and the day's '
festivities in Germany, Mi-- Amanda1
B. Harris' delightful htory of "How '
Eater came to tl.e litt'e Nuremberg
Maids," and another sketch in the Fair j
Harvard Series. "The H.ly Coat of j
Treves'' by Kenneth McKenzie are
timely. Mi1- Cocke cot:tributes a capi
tal war-titue story of .Southern life, I
"The Romance of a Calico Gown;" Tu
dor Jenks. a characteristic wonder
story, "Christopher's 'At Home,' " and
Lieut-Col. Thormiike. a stirring ac
count of a flight "(ut of Paris by Bal
loon." D. Lothrop Co., Boston, Pul.
20 cents a number, '140 a year.
State or Onio, Citt of Toledo, i
Li cas Cocntv. i1
Frank J. C'mkvet ir.nko rmt'i t'm.t hp if
ti e senior partner ui ihe nrta of F. J
CiinsET tc Co., doinp business in the Citv
of Toledo. County and Mat .' aforesaid. nn'd
that Mtid firm will uv the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS fnr rnrl. ,, I
case of Catarrh that rannot be cured bv tii'c
use of Hall's Catauiiu Cntr.
Frank J. Ciifsrv.
Sworn to before ir.e and Riib-cri'H-a in
ir.y presence, this Oth day of December A
i ) .W.ri'ji Pa..
Hail's Catarrh Cure is takca ln'.orna'.lv and
acts directly on the blood and mucous' cur.
f.ic"s of the system. Send for tivmonicis
- nF-J, CHKXEY & CO..Tolcdo,'6.'
v3.?old by Druirpists. 7jc.
0:'e of theuiost H-rsisUnt forcc.i in na
ture is the needle, which uhvavs c.irr;.'f. Rs
point and always ha an eye out for busi
ness. Lowell Courier.
The Only One Ever rrinted-tan Vou rind
There is a 3 inch dinplar advertisement
in this paper, this week, which has notwa
words alike excert mm word Th, ..n,,u ia
true of each new one apnearinccach week,
from The Dr. Darter Medicine Co. This
house laces a "Crescent" on everything
they make and publish. Look for it, send
mem me name or tho word and thev will
return VOU book, beautiful lit lnrr:ii'ih nr
Hl'MAN'ITT ailDPirs in hn i-ovi. iio..i.!1..
divided between th"se who caul stand
prosperity and those who can t got any to
stand. Lin'hamton Leader.
Is it sensible! Is it reasonable! U it
economy. U suffer yourself and worry
others with a headache when Rradycroiine
will relieve jou in tifh-cu minutes, "it costs
only fifty cents a buttle. fo cent s.
Toe can never know how hisjli a value a
man puts upon himself until he sues a rail
road company for ?.",000 damans for the
loss of one finger.- Baltimore American.
TnK progress of science In medicine has
produced nothing bettor for human ills
than the celebrated Beecham's Pills.
A dose in Time Saves Nine of Hale's
nmiev of Horehound anil T;ir fur r'nmriia
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
A WAt.Kixo-nAT is most convenlont It Is
not necessary to run after it when the wind
tips it off. -Picayune.
The castingr out of the devil
cf disease was once a sign
Now we take a little more
time about it and cast out
devils by thousands we do
it by knowledge.
Is not a man who is taken
possession of by the germ, of
consumption possessed of a
A little book on careful
living and Scott's Emulsion
of cod-liver oil will tell you
how to exorcise him if it can
Scott 0WN1i Chemiso, i) South jth Atom.
Your druegmt keep Scott't Emulsion of cod-lira
Oil ill dnnjiiU ertrywhtrt do, i.
Will pnrirr BLOOD, rernlite
"wuit.iiuiiu iiresnu. reaew
appetlie. reftnre licilth tad
inniirmion, uaiured leei.
lnt itwoliitelr erdicttd.
Mind biitthteoed, brila
I llf A bone. nrrTei, mn.
I IIIILV elei. receive sew force.
I II 1 1 1 1 1 frtfrrtn frtn comnlalnts pe.
Ct. ipeelT cure, itetanu
rou oioom on cuect, btiutlflei Complexion.
BL HAITER MEDICINE CO.. St Uutt. M.
U. S. STANDARD
Beet u4 Chesrert the Market.
LUt AGENTS Wanted UUUtMary.
OSG00O i TH0MPS0M, Binghomtui. M. T.
The Skill and Knowledpe j
Essential to the production of ti e most ier-!
feet and popular laxative reined v known,1
have euabled the California Fig fvrup Co. j
to achieve a great success in the reputation
of its remedy. Syrup of Fics. as it is con-1
ceded to be the universal laxative. For sale i
by all druggists. i
Yon will never offend an vone by ridlculJ J
ing the averase man, for the reimon that i
everyone who heari j ou thinks he is above
tho average. i
Are Toa Interested I
lnthe nrorresnnf tl.dW.ri.f. r.irt ic
and you desire to form an idea of the work
being performed nnd the prundeur and
macnifleenee of it cnno-ntl, n irhcn .nlr
cleted. send a two cent ataaip ti Mr. F. H.
Lord, Otieral Passnievr and Ticket Apent
of tho Cuiea.ro. St. Taul ic Kausm Citv
Railway, Chicago. HI., and a valuable and
handsome souvenir will be sent to vou bv
return mail, giving you a fail view of
the b'.dldiiiifn under construf.-ti'm. the di
mensions of -acii and tot d cost and urea
of same, besides other useful Information.
Silence is pnMrti. Tho ca-meter never
says a word.-Biugnatntoa Leader.
T'Ik minister's stady-how to make both
ends meet. Lite.
rOB TnROAT Di.rsrs, Corcns, Coins,
.effectual relief is found in the use of
-.,r.' l'.rnc).U:l tnichtf." iTiie 25 eta.
i 011I1 in hcztt.
Obstinate Blood Humor.
I HAD TERRIBLE ECZEMA in bed six months at a time body
ami hmlii swjlien and scaly like a dead Lh. The itching was terrible, and finally LOST
MY SIGHT. After treatment by five physicians, and ether remedies without relief, I took
?LSiS. and IT Ct'RED me. My skin is soft and smooth, and the terrible trouble is all
gone. R Mitchell, Macon, Ca.
1 1 w the above statement to be true S. S. Harmon, Matm, Ca.
I ws:. ,'r some time troubled with an obstinate RASH OF IIOIOR, that spiead
over my ficeand breiit. I consulted physicians, end ucJ many remedies without a cure.
At the suggestion of a friend I used Swift" Specific, which completely cured me. This
was two years ago, and I hive had no re'urn of the trouble. E.II.WE1.LS, CutnttUXa.
S. S. S. '5 t!ie Slfest ar 1 lt remedy for all troubles cf the I'.lood and Skin. It
cures by removing the cause, a'.d at the same time ImiMs up the peneral health.
Send for our Trealise, mailed fr( e. SWTrT SPl'.Cl VIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
Every Woman is
Sufelv. Slip rnnm'lt; tr.r
who have used it for years. She finds
that Pearline has been tested and
proved in a hundred ways; that it's harm
less to hands or fabric ; that it's as safe
as crood soap. Then
out it. She
f17?r! VP " " IX)J.as" tr " t:ie Slnle as Icitlinc." IT'S FALSE
VV C4JL Pearline is never peddled, if your rrorer yendi von aft
imitation, be honest tend it tad.
UJ lUU VVMIM I UP
Where you can find abundance of work at food rates, the bt climate in the United Suu-a for
the worker, (No Malarlai, enod nhnols, good church' s-nJ btticr than all. the rham-e of g-V-tm?fWP.??VLK
A" Urr ln ibe l-artof thedly on mirh KASY TKHMSan yon
"P.. MKKT. and which will In a few years be very valuable. THE LAND AND
RIVER IMPROVEMENT CO. (the pmprU.ni cf the To.nsite) Vli y"?uch a
hjiwandlotaa.voumavn cdanUp rmltyoutopayforitlnfrorc 120 to 1JO monthly Install
mcnts and each Installment no larger than a n-nml of aurli a property would be. Th official .
report of the City Statistician shows upwards of B.nK) hands employed In the Tarloui iudutrial
and Hbmptnif concerns, and a lar?e number of additional concerns will bo loaned LUi acason-
many of them employing a large number of letuule hands.
You Will FIND this the BEST TOWN
J, I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO.
l A. U r ACTL
CATALOGUE 8K2T FIIEE TO ANY ADDRESS
ruvi on tAa wt kHfia
LctIs & Bennetts
Price, 11.00 per bot
tle by man. War
ranted to atop the
growth of Bonis on
100 calves three
J.iyiM weeks old or under.
'V5 Jrfjl AgeoU wanted for
-- ;i i . '-I
raaiu rv'i raru mj aa i
& N. Y. ki
m wit rr nFcnvra
i:in iiim. juurucis. ma rsina wuca nil
llir har.ilv Injur the Iron, and burn OH.
T.j r.tilm Sun Stnve Pollib U BrlUlinL Odne.
tfM,Durabl.nd the contumer Pr luf BOUa
er gla pacUse wim ererj parcoue.
fOR BOYS 5 GIRLS.
A5K YOLTl DHALlZR FOR THE
FARGO SPECIAL SHOES.
If be t!ors not t.ccp them send to us for th
style an J size you want. Illustrated Descrip
tive LUt furnished on application, alto comic
pamphlet. C. It. FARGO & CO., Chlcazo.
u-sui tui riniMikimn.
She can't hplipvp 10 bc?In with
one Ldii l utneve, that Pearline
can do so much. She hears that everybody
is using it ; finally she tries it. It does all
she's heard of: it saves all that she's been
told. She takes comfort in using it Dut
She can't bdieve Z Tl
V.U1I LSV. UUll.
ever did with
has less to do, she gets
more done and it's all done better. Her
clothes last longer they're not rubbed
to pieces. Her housework is easy; her
time is her own. She believes in Pearline,
and tells her friends about it (that's the
most effective kind of advertising).
PflUlers nnd tnmc iinur,innl..nc nr. o.c ,!!! (..'1 " iM.
YOUK FAMILY AM OUTUT AXU LOMK TO
in America to GROW 0? WITH !
(ding EE) Woodiury Powers,
Tread Powers and
Stinging Straw Stackers
Self Feeders and
AND SKID ENGINES.
FAT FOLKS REDUCED
B to 20 lba, Mr moDth bf harmlM iMrbal
II rill I kU Hnweil. Write for particular!
tn W. B. fipiuon, 1lT Hi Dearuura bL, Chicago.
A5D TmoRs mtni
no kalft , HuK 1'nii
ln. vhtiot t Nowt,
1U Urn su, cucuuau,u.
i. w. ifOaHKMis, n.tiWiM. . C OmuuO, a.
r'taa 1111 wnm wwii
CaitlTr and pe"Pt
who aara weak Innfior Aitb
ma. ibonld oat Piao'iCore for
Cooioinptlnn. It baa eared
IkHuudi. It tan not ln)nr-
i e-l one. li 11 not baa u Isie.
i It ii lb beueoatbirrun.
I j Sulci eTerrwhrr. tZu.
erilEX WEITLVUTO ADVtailVtK HXi3
UU Uai ra mw Ue AanrUataaa la (Ma)
J C.aina.llTe and pe"pt 'J '
ti who ear weak Innfior AHb- M
t j ma.ibonld oat Pifto'tCiir fur J
v-J Cooioinptlnn. It baa eared t:
Vi ikHUidi. It tan not ln)nr-1