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One minute Is all the time necessary to decide from personal experience that One Minute Cougb Cure does what its name implies. Jones & Gib son. The Russell Mining company have a force of men at work on their pros pect on Cedar creek, and intend to ink a shaft a short distance to see how their lead turns out. Russell Record. Torturing, itching, scaly skin erup tions, burns and scalds are soothed at oncesand promptly healed by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the best known cure for piles. Jones & Gibson. The country editor may notknow it all, truly remarks an exchange, but be doesn't lire long in a community without knowing a deuced sight more than he publishes. Don't allow the lungs to be impair ed by the continuous irritation of a cough. It is easier to prevent con sumption than to cure it. One Min ute Cough Cure tatcen early will ward off any fatal lung trouble. Jones & Gibson. The Kansas City Journal wisely re marks: '-The statement that the Kan sas legislature contains only one edi tor is an uncommonly handsome com pliment on the "press." If you don't like Kansas weather or Kansas politics, all you have to do is to pull up stakes and move out. If you can't get the stakes up the only thing left for you to do is to stay here and kick. Lawrence Journal. Tk. tu- inlla algutan at wrappes. A new fake is being worked in But ler county. A woman book agent comes along and leaves a book for ex amination. The next day a man comes along and collects the books. Next day the woman comes back, declares that the man was a thief and de mands pay LaCrosse Clarion. It is surprising what a "wee bit of a thing" can accomplish. Sick head ache, constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach, dizziness, are quickly ban ished by De Witt's Little Early Risers. Small pill. Safe pill. Best pill. Jones & Gibson. The man who has no money to loan, no bank stock to depreciate, no railroads to assail, no printers' fees to cut, no insurance company to ruin, no school books to sell, no gas compa ny to maintain and no appetite for political pie certainly ought to be a happy man. Ottawa Herald.- - If you have ever seen a child in the agony of croup, you can appreciate the gratitude of t'te mothers who know that One Minute Cough Cure relieves their little ones as quickly as it is administered. Many homes in this city are never without it. Jones & Gibson. The queen of England has subscrib ed So to the stun being raised for the relief of sufferers by the Kerry land slide. Well, after all, this is generous of her gracious iu:ijesty. in view of the fact that a ''telegram of sym pathy" is her usual contribution to the aid of distress caused by any ca lamity in Ireland. Iloxie Sentinel. E. E. Turner, of Compton, Mo., writes us that after suffering from piles for seventeen years, he com pletely cured them by using three boxes of leWitt"s Witcli Hazel Salve. It cures eczema and severe skin diseases. Jones & Gibson A western Kansas young man who studied church affairs pretty carefully thus defines them: "A churcb fair is a place where we can spend more money than we can afford for things we do not want in order to please whom we do like and to help the heathens who are happier than we j are." LaCrosse Clarion. They are so small that the most sensitive persons take them, they are so effective that the most obstinate cases of constipation, headache and torpid liver yield to them. This is why DeWitt's Little Early Risers are known as the famous little pills. Jones & Gibson. When Gov. Riddle was appointed Insurance Commissioner to succeed George T. Anthony, Del Valentine of the Clay Center Times remarked that the substance which Mr. Riddle had on the seat of his pants to hold him in bis place might turn out to be grease instead of wax. Last week Mr. Riddle notified Valentine that it was grease. A Scandia young man who called on a Belleville girl last Sunday, wanted to do the proper thing and asked her to sing. She went to the piano and commenced: "Mad play sure sand palaces though we may roam be it aver so worn bull there snow play sy comb." The young man stood two verses In this strain and then grabbed his hat and ran, and hasn't been seen since. Scandta Journal. Many cases of "Grippe" have lately been cured by One Minute Cough Cure. This preparation seems espec ially adapted to the cure of this dis ease. It acts quickly thus preventing serious complications and bad effects in which this disease often leaves the patient. Jones & Gibson. It would seem that the pops have already introduced in the state legis lature bills to regulate almost every thing except machinery in the gar rets of their own craniums, and yet there is no cessation. So many mat ters are referred to committees that those of real merit are not likely to get the consideration they should have. A few important matters well considered would have been much better than so many bills and no laws, Osborne Farmer. The Eureka Messenger tells the following story of a justice of the peace in Greenwood county who got even with a lawyer. A case was on trial befor him, and one of the attor neys was exceedingly domineering in his actions and words and goaded his honor so far that he finally gave vent to his feeling thus: "Court is adjourn ed, Mr. Attorney, you're a d d liar and a scroundrel, sir. Court is now in session. If you open your head I'll fine you for contempt." "Ed," says the governor as he stroked his goatee, "have the state officers and members of the legislature secured all the places they desire for their relatives?" "Yes," says the pri vate secretary. "Have the silver re publicans and democrats received their share of the spoils?" "I hear no complaints from that source," replied Little. "Then bring what little pie there is left and cut the pieces as small as they possibly can be so that it will go as far as possible among the faithful." P. S. This is no joke. Smith County Pioneer. ke he- signature or !i oa eTerr Nature is firmly established in her ways, and no amount of importuning will change them. Man is supposed to be endowed with a flexibility tint will enable him to adapt himself and his methods to the moods of Nature. The man who gives way to despair over the drouth or flood is liable to end his days living off his relatives or the county. - If floods come, tile; if drouth prevail, irrigate.- If neither method succeeds, fish or raise cattle. Man's two hands and brain can suc ceed even against natural hindrances There is always a way out, and tl;e greater"th brain the greater the suc cess. Goodland Republic. The populist bill to create the office of county printer isoneof those freak ish notions that permeates a profes sional reformer's mind. A house that will kill a bill to reduce the rates for" legal printing one-half and then pro pose to create a new county office of pubiic printer must be anxious for re form. It would mean that a county had to pay full leal rates for print ing whether it was right or not. In the old reform days pops used to pro pose to take a county office for half pay, but they are not doing that any more and the public printer would bo the same way. He would take all he could get. Ottawa Herald. tefu- ttmile BlcaatSM Of T.rr vnppaa. K. E. Willcockson arrived home from the east this morning. He tells a good on ex-Governor St. John, the great prohibitionist. It seems that both appeared before a legislative committee the other day, as opposing counsel in the investigation of the water-works imbroglio at one of the charitable institutions. Their hats looked alike and each got the other's hat when they left the committee and kept it until the next morning. - On comparing notes that morning St. John said he had felt different than usual while wearing the hat, that he had a young head on his shoulders. Willcockson retorted that he had sat up quite late the night before wear ing St. John's hat and talking with the boys and for tbe first time in his life on such an occasion he bad ex perienced no desire whatever to take a drink. To which St. John responded, rats'" Oakley Graphic. Some say all the world needs to be converted, and then social questions would be solved. That depends. If by 'converted" you mean to become like tbe average church members of today, we doubt it. We must pro duce better samples before the world will acknowledge that Christianity is all it needs. We must emphasize so cial righteousness more and exploit the profession of personal righteous less. Nobody knows whether you're telling the truth or not when you say you heart is clean, but you do not have to tell it all when you are liberal, kind and just. The kind of "testi mony for Jesus" that men want is net so much for you to relate to them your inward spiritual struggles as to interested iu their struggles, spiritual and otherwise, help them, heal them, notice them, heal them, warm them, visit them, fraternize them, die for them. "Not called on to do all that," you say? But is the servant above his Master? Russell Record. CASTORIA Por Infants and Children. A 8n Thin for In. 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Already this "new scientific course of medicine" has permanently cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases. The Doctor considers it his religious duty a duty which he owes to hu manity to denote his infallible cure. He has proved the dreaded con sumption to be a curable disease be yond any doubt, and has on file in his American and European labratories testimonials of experience from those benefitted and cured, in all parts of the world. Don't delay until it is too late. Con sumption, uninterrupted, means speedv and certain death. Address T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, and when writing the Doctor, please give express and post ollice address, and also mention read ing this article in The World. Usui stfsstsn I m "Nothing: else like it" The most refreshing- and 'pleasant Soap for the skin. DEDICATED GUTANEOUSlI JSqap. TRurrAHnsmc ro tws Toilet Nursery-Bath 4 Price. 25 I It lasts twice as long as others. A trial will convince yon of its great merit. 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