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cue " th merits. Picture J3 and it i! tooth among to an v as to .utiles im V'de of life and .. . . can - " ract that bT --- - " - - iand e3- .4 V' -5 ' : 9. how- For Sale by Jones & G-ibson. RQciD&s For ta curious and ms Bilious, Good For EOdy Gil! Thousa-yis of persons have been cured of piles bv using l)e Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals prompt ly and cures eczema and all skin dis eases. It gives immediate relief. Jones & Gibson. All some women talk about is- -well, about 18 hours daily. . For external piles, cuts, burns and bruises, old sores, eczema and all skin diseases I! "EGGS' GERMAN SALVE stands today without a peer. It is an old reliable remedy and if used freely wounds will heal without a scar. Be careful to get "BEGGS" and be sure of a speedy cure. For sale by Jones & Gibson. Cartarrh Cured. A clear head and sweet breath secured with Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy: sold on a guarantee. Tsasal injector free. Sold by Jones & Gibson. A man who is always asking you to l.e lair needs watching. That dark brown taste breath vou have in the and horrid morning is caused by an inactive liver, medicines relieve for a while: for a few days, but Herbiue Jones & Gibson 3 Some others cures. A man always imagines he wants the earth until he gets sick. YGU u ought to know when suffering from any kidney trouble that a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney (Jure. Guaranteed or money refunded. Jones & Gibson. WJiop .a Jfna.n, goes ton concert hi& lavoriie is never on me program. y , i , Win vour battles against disease by acting promptly. One M mute Cough Cure produces immediate results. V hen taken early it prevents con sumption. And in later stages it fur nishes prompt relief. Jones & Gib son. There are too many people that use their menus as coaling stations. IT ABSOLUTELY HAS Js'O EQUAL and all others who claim theirs is as good as B EGGS' GER MAN SALVE are imitators. A fair trial will convince any one that there is no preparation yet discovered, that stands even an equal in allaying pain and in its healing qualities. When a man doesn't use tobacco in any form we wonder how it happened For Consumption take Karl's Clover Root Tea, the great Blood Purifier, Cures Headache, Nervousness, Erup tions on the face, and makes the head clear as a bell. Sold by Jones & Gib son. Every man carries a pocket knife, but not one in twentj carries a good one. Is your, child puny, peeKed and peevish? Does it have convulsions? If so, it has worms. ' White's Cream Vermifuge is the only safe cure Every bottle is guaranteed to bring wormes, 2oe. Jones & Gibson. 3 - The tilted foreigner who courts an American heiress usually talks brok enly. TO CONSUMPTIVES. As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stages, but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief in the very worst cases, and in the early stages to effect a care. Jones & Gib son. Some artists know as little about a work of art as they do about the art or work. Sick headache, biliousness, const pation and all liver and stomach xrouDies can oe quicKiy cured by us ing those famous little pills known as l)e Witt's Little Early Risers. They are pleasant lo iaKe ana never gripe I , . . . . . v , - : l . . . . . . There is very little sympathy for any man wito gets - injured in "friendly scuffle." For diarrhoea dysentry, colic, chol era. flax and all summer complaints nothing is so gentle, soothing and ef fective, as BEGGS' DIARRHCEA BALSAM. It never fails to give re lief and if taken in time will effect a speedy cure. Be sure that you get 'BEGGS" the only remedy with a na tional reputation. ,. For sale by Jones & Gibson. . -r - - -- Kidney Diseases THAT HAD BEEN Pronounced incurable ' O. A c:n - - -" flErs KIDNEY r? neetin wonderful c- it "is cured Bnm . .....;-.--. "ere r..ua pronounced incurable Mr face ., ... " -. of V, " 1,v,ne Cureha. made it sch. cd twenty-seven years wSth .u- , ease, and to day I feeI ten year, youngrerthan I did one v- obtain some wonHt.., raln.t:. .. . " . na menical Qua iri'x r-irirThT-iiiiTi Ballard's Snow Liximest cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Sick Headache, Sore Throat, Cuts, Sprains, Bruises, Old Sores Comes, nd information. The most penetrat- ng Liniment in the world. Try it, 50c. Jones & Gibson. 3 Spain may le laying low but the in dications are that she is doing a good deal of low lying. THE MOST FATAL DISEASE. It is not generally known that more adults die of Kidney trouble than of my other disease. When the first symptons of this disease appear, no time should be lost in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which is guaranteed or money refunded. Jones & Gibson. A mule lias one advantage. Every one is afraid of a mule and no one jokes'' with him. E. C. Blanks, of Lewisville. Texas, writes that one box of Denitfs Witch Hazel Salve was worth $50.00 to him. It cured his piles of ten years' standing, lie advises others to try it. It also cures ecZeuw, skin dis eases and obstinate sores. Jones & Gibson. It is true that others imitate""the methods employed in advertising BEGGS' GERMAN SALVE, others claim toheal and cure diseases because BEGGS' GERMAN" SALVE, the one true ointment, has been so wonder fully successful. But in thousands and thousands of cases, as shown by grateful testimonials BEGGS' GER- MA SAL E actually and perma nently cures when other medicines fail to do any good whatever. There is a time in every girl's life when she regrets that she was not named "Lucile." - There is no pain or discomfort when Tablere's Bl'ckeye Bile Ointment is used. It relieves that itching in creased by scratching. It is prepared with scientific accuracy and profes sional knowledge, and is the kind that cures blind, bleeding, itching and pro truding Biles with no pain or loss of time. Jones & Gibson. 3 A boy's idea of a funny thingon the stage is for one man to hit another with a stutfed club. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and und Diarrhoea Remedy always affords prompt relief. For sale by Jones & Gibson. A deserving person soon attracts attention. If you do not attract at tention investigate yourself. Rob Moore, of La Fayette, Ind., says that for constipation he has found l)e Witt's Little Early Risers to be perfect. They never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. Jones & GiDson. A boy of fifteen thinks he is too old to run errands, but after he is twenty-five and married lie begins again. WHEN YOU TAKE YOUR VACATION the most- necessary article to have with you (after vour pocket book) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. ' It is an absolute prevention or cure of all de rangements of the bowels caused by a change of water. You are likely to need it.--. Jones & Gibson. When a man hunts up a reporter these days it is to tell him that he is kin to Dewey, Sampson, Shafter or Hobson. Dreadfilly Ferrous. Gents: I was dreadfully ' nervous, and for relief took your Karl's Clover Root Tea. It quieted my nerves and strengthened mv whole Nervous Sys tem. I was troubled with Cousti pa tion. Kidney and Bowel trouble. Your Tea soon cleansed my system so-thor-ougiily that I rapidly retrained health and strength. Mrs. S. A. Sweet. Hartford, Conn. Sold by Jones & Gib son. What a blow it must be to a mother to watch for a year and a half for a little hair to grow on her baby's bald head and then have it finally cooie in red. . . When a man has been out of work a long time, it is a pretty good-sign that he does not know what to do with a job when he gets it. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE "BEGGS' LITTLE GIANT PILLS" for weak stomach, impaired digestion, disordered liver, sick headache, con stipation, female ailments, are abso lutely without a rival. Take no sub stitute ask for "BEGGS." - Some men are too lazy to acquire a door from which to keep the wolf. "I think DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve is the finest preparation on the market-for piles." So wites John-C. Dunn, of Wheeling, W. a. - M ry it anpyou will think the same. It also cures eczema and all skin diseases. Jones & Gibson. -Man seeks the office but the officer seeks the man. BEGGS' GERMAN SALVE is an invaluable remedy for cuts, burns, bruises, scalds, chapped hands, sore nipples, sore lips, eczema, ulcers, chronic sores, skin eruptions, fever sores, and all skin diseases. Love may not be blind but it sel dom sees its finish. YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT that Foley's Colic Cure is an instant relief for colic, summer complaint, cholera morbus, diarrhoea, bloody flux, chronic diarrhoea, cholera infantum, bilious colic, painters' colic and all bowel complaints. Jones & Gibson. A pickpocket's work moment of abstraction. is done in a It is not what a manufacturer says about his own medicine that cures a patient, but what the medicine does. Ballard's Horehousd Syrup does the work and does it well. It cures coughs and colds in a day. Its heal ing, soothing and quieting. 2-jc. & 50c. Jones & Gibson. 3 But few men are wise enough render one word sufficient. to HELP WANTED when your h.iir is falling out or turn ing gray. BEGGS' HAIR REN EW ER has for 32 years been famed as a preventative-for falling hair. Take no substitute-. Ask for "BEGGS" Sold by Jones & Gibson. It's only a man's heirs who are ever really interested in his ailments. DANGEROUS DR1NKIKS WATER- Ieath lurks in impure Water. It breeds diseases often in epidemic form. The first symptom is loosening of the bowels. These diseases are check ed by taking Foley's Colic Cure. Jones & Gibson. A woman's idea of a glorious death is to leave her money to a church. The editor of the Evans City, Fa. Globe, writes. "One Minute Cough Cure is rightly named. It cured my children after all other remedies fail ed." It cures couuhs. colds and all throat and lung troubles. Jones & Gibson. There is a saving that an early riser is likely to be healthy, wealthy and wise. Liver Complaints and Nervousness cured. - A torpid liver always produces dullness Irritability, etc. You are all closrged up and feel despondent. Rerhaps you have traled with physicians or tried some recommenced medicine without benefit. All that is no argument against "Dr. Fenner's lilood an Liver Remedv and Nerve Tonic. " which we insist will cure nervousness and liver com plaints. If not satisfied after using one bot tle your money will be refunded by Jones & Gibson It is a great pity that Uncle Sam ciion t put a revenue stamp on Kisses and make silly flirting cost the young men more. Dr. McChesnev. representing Dr Doe's Private Sanitarium of Kansas City, will be in the city of Wa-Kee ney on August oth and (5th. The Doctor will be at the Union House where he will be pleased to see any ( Dr. Coe's old patients, or anybody who may wish to consult regard in any affliction. Consultation with .the Doctor is Free. You have heard a great deal about impure water and the danger from drinking it, but no one was ever hurt by drinking water. V?.1a3tle in Chanjaijle Weather. People are benefitted by the use o Speer's Port Grape Wine, especially ladies. It purities the blood and makes their eyes shine like stars. in tne international cliecKer- game the Prince or Wales is slowly- nearin the king row and little Alphonso seems to be cornereo in it. A Remarkable Cure of Chronic Di arrtoea. In 1SG2, when I served my country as a private in Company A, lfiTth Pennsylvania Volunteers, I contract ed chrouic diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal of trouble ever since. have tried a dozen different medicines and several prominent doctors with out any permanent relief. Not long ago a friend sent me a sample bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after that bought and took a 50-cent bottle; and now I can say that I am entirely cur ed. I cannot be thankful enough to you for this great reniedj-, and rec ommend It to all suffering veterans. If in doubt write me. Yours grate fully, Henrt Stein he rgei:, Allen town, Pa. Sold by Jones & Gibson TRANS-MISSISSIPPI AND TI0SAL EXPOSITION. Omalia, June l-Nov. 1, 1S9S. Greatly reduced rate via the Union Pacific to Omaha for the Exposition. The superb eauipment and quick time of the Union Pacific makes it tlie popular line to Omaha and the Expo sition For.advertising matter, tickets and full information, call on E. P. Bkadshaw, . Agent. Timber Culture Final Proof Hsiice for Pub lication. No. 11175. N rnl;ed States Land OflU-e. i Wa-Keeney. Kansas, Jane 14, 19P. f Notice Is hereby plven that Lloyd E. Lw, has tiled notice of intention to make linai uroof before Register :mi Receiver of the C S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on S:itorf1ay. the 2-"t!i day of August. 198. on Timber Culture Application No. 14420. for tiie southeast quarter of section No. 30. in township No. li south, range No. 33 west. He names ns witnesses: Amos J. Heaton. Jefferson T. fettles. N"ill iam K. Stowe and James S.Smith; all of Ransom, Kansas. I. T. PCECELL. Register. Notice for Publication No. 11195- Land Ofllce at Wa-Keeney. Kansas. July 5. 189S. i Notice is hereby ?tven that the following named settler has tiieii notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his cIm im. and t hat said proof will be made be fore the !ie$:ister a Titl Receiver of the V. S. Laaid OfTice at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Sep tcurber 10. 1.!H. ria: Thomas Walsh. Homestead Entrv No. S153S. for Lots 1 and inu t lie south half of the northeast quarter f section 4. township 1- south, rane west. tie names tne following witnesses to prove is continuous residence upon and cultiva- rm or. shkI land, viz: Francis C. wlirpett. William Bower. Pat ck J. Gubbins and Jesse W. Hickman; ail f Col Iyer, Kansas. i. l . ft. lar-LL, Kegister. Notice for Publication No. 112CS. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.. ( July '41. law. f Notice is hereby piven that the followinjr amed selt ler has iiled notice of lier intea- ion to make hnal proof in support of her laim. and that said proof will be maue be- re the Kesrister and Receiver of the I . - . Land Office at wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Au- ust o0, viz: ' Mary E. Bell, Homestead Entry No. 2."U3, for the south- ;ist uuaner ol section 10, townsnip to soulo, anjse 5 west. he names tne Tol lowtnir witnesses to prove her contin uous resilience upon and cuitiva- vn of. saiti land, viz: Charles C. I-'ranklin. James W. Haiinn. John R. Aslirroft and Nicholas S. Uobbs; all f lloyanviilu, Kansas. 1. T. l'UIU ELL, Register. Notice for Publication Wo- II2I6. Land Oflice at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, July 2S. C Notice Is hereliv Given tluit the following named sett kr lias tiled notice of Jiis inten- lon to make imal proof in support of ins latm. ana tnuf. sum prooT wm oe maao be fore the lieyister nnti Keeeiver of tlse IT. S. Lami Ofiioo at AVa-iveeuey, Kansas, on September 5. lK, viz: YY imam vj. iianKins, Homestead Entry No. 213.7. for the south half of tiie northwest quarter and northwest quarter or northwest quarter 01 section Townshin II south. Kanire west. iie names the ioiiowms witnessesto prove ns eonimuous residence uuou ana cultiva tion 01. said lana. viz: James K. MeCall, Stuart L. Shorth!!! George T. trailoway and Andrew J. McCol- lutu; all of W a-Keeney. Kansas. I . T. ruucELL, "Register. Notice for Publication No. 11212. Laud Office at M'a-Keeney. Kansas, i July 2T. leu. S Notice is hereby sriven that the following naitU'U seiner nas Tiieci notice or ins mten- n to make final uroof in suDUort of his claim, ana that saitl proof will ie maoe lc- Torethe Kei;ster ana Keeeiver of the U. v Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on Sep tember 10, 1M6, viz: George A. IXrrnan. Homestead Entry No. 2114. for the north tst quarter of section 24, township 10 south ranse s-t west. - Ho names the folio wins witnesses to prove nis com inuous resiaenee upon ana cuiiiva tioiiof. said land, viz: Frank H. Valker and William E. Walker, of Wa-Keeney, Kansas; John t. Franklin of Happy. Kansas; Stuart L. Shorthiil. o Wa-Keeiiey, Kansas. I. T PURCELL. Register. Notice for Publication Xo. 11220 Land otliee at Wa-Keeney. Kan.. I August 2, iJSHS. f Notice is hereby given that the following nameu settler has li tea notice ot inten t ion to make final proof in support of 1 claim lcl'ore the Register and Receiver o the l . Land Othce at a-Kueney. Kansas. on Septemlrer 10. IMitH. viz: A'acliel II. Kobin.son, Homestead Entry No. 21400 for the north west quarter of section 8, township 15 south range 2. west. He names the following witnesses to prove nis continuous resiaenee upon ana euitiva tion of. said land, viz: Alexander i-razier. Edward Boice. David Bollinger and Alexander G. Bollinser: i of L'tica. Kansas. I. T. PURCELL, Register First published July 30. 1S9S.1 Sheriff's Sale. In the "District Court of the Twenty-tliird Judiolul liistru-t, slttlnst in and for tut County o Treo, in the State of Kan sas. Lizzie Mead. Plaintiff. vs. ilom y C. Bryant. Defendant. Kv virt ue of an order of sale issued to me out of saiu 1 ist net Court, in the uoove cn titled action. 1 will, ou Thursday, September 1, 180S, letweeu the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. Hnd o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of Uie court liouse. in tlie c-iiy or u a-Keeiity ill me county oi i reKO. in tne stale Ol Ivj sa-:. offer at uu blic saie. and sell to tlie hii.li est. and hest bidder, for cash in hand, all the following oescrioeu real esuit-e. to-wit: The west half of the soutliwest cjuarte and the sonlh half of the northwest ijnarter of seei ion t wenty-six (26) i:t township twelve (!:: south, ransre twenty-urto west. Lying and situate inihe county of Trejro, in the state of Kansas, bald urooertv levied on as tlie property of said defendant, and is directed by said order of sale to be sold, and will be sold withont appraisement to satlsty saia oruer ol sale. G. LYXX. Sheriff of Trrjro County. Kansas. W. K. Situ. Attorney. First published July 30. 1S9S.J Publication Notice. In the District Court within and for the County of Trego, in the 2-ta.le of Kansas. E. I. Ilanna, Plaintiff. v?. William A. Keys and Mrs. Keys, his wife, whose christian nume Is unknown, liefendants. The aliove name defendants will take no tice lhat the said E. P. Ilanna. plaintiff, did ou the Hth day of July. l-'itS. file liis petition in said (iistrict court within a.tid for the county of T refill, in the State of Kansas, against the said William A. Keys and Mrs. Keys, defendants, and said defendants must answer said petition tiled as aforesaid, on or before the 12.li day of Septemlier. 1S4. or said petition will be taken as true and a judiTDient rendered in said action - against sa id defendants forever barring them of all rihu tit le, lien, claim or interest in and to the southwest quarter of section three i in township twelve 12) south of range twenty two ) west; lylrijr and situated inthe coun ty of Trvjio, in thw state of Kansas, and a further judgment and decree rendered for ever ouictiui? tlie title of said plaintiff in and to said premises. W. E. SAI'M. Attorney for Plaintiff. -Attest: W. H. SwtooETT. seal. Clerk. District Court. ' My O. M. Ufford. Depuiv. Subscribe for tbe Would. Scene in the Valley de Mendiz, Portugal. Croup of Clrla rrjts Welehty ISa.keU till of rapes to IM MIbwt to be Crnhed ana XDIade Into Wane, The Speer Wine Company, Passaic A. J., have their vineyards stocked of the same grape, the only vineyara ot the kind m tnis country, tne vme: were imported and planted here over forty years ago. The Speer Port wine and Burgundy are now regarded the finest in the world, their rich, full body and hiffh character is unexcelled. In valids, weakly persons, especially females, and the atjea are maae strong; and vigorous by its use, as a medicinal wine it has no equal; as a family wine it has no super ior. First class physicians all over the country, here and m Europe, who have tried them recommend them as the best. A close studv by phvsicians on the effect of different brands of wines on the system convinces them of the superiority of the Speer Passaic wmes tor tneir patients. Sold by Druggists and LrrocersT. First published July SO. 18118. Pafclication Notice. To Emery Jarrett : Vou are herebv notified tliat on the 25th dnyof July. 1M8."N. A. Kindeli. as pluintiff. r m ueneed lier aerton Hninst you lieuire J. W. tlickmnn. a iustiee of the pen re if Coll- yer township, in T re fro county. Kansns. to recover from you the sum of a.tH) upon j account for iiux-sinir. wasldiifr ;ted board: and. that on said d;iy an ordcrof ait:fch ruent was Issued by said just ice of the peace in said action fori?iu! sum. w'iIcii oidr was on the 2tb day of Jnly. UaS. levied uixjh fiur niles of wneat in straw vour iiroiv ertv; ai:d that said cause will be heard by said justice of the peace on the lst day of August, lsys, at 2 o'clock p. m. S. M. TITTZEL. Attorney ftr I'laintifT. Attest: Jcsso W. Hickman. Justice of the IVace. First published July 3J. 1893-1 Patllcation Notice. In the Tstiict Court in and for the County ol l rt'go. in tne sate ol Kaunas. A. B. Jones. Plaintiff. vs. I. F. Carsweli and Sarah Balmaer. Defend ants. The above named defendants will tawe no tice that the said A. li. Jones, pi nint itf. did on the2Sih day of July. tile his petition in saiu t.isrrict court within and for the county of Trepo. in the state of KansKs, against ti e saia L. l. Carswell and iarali iJitiniaer. defendants, and said defendents must answer said )etitIou filed as aforesaid, on or leforethe 12: h day of teptember, ly-. or said petition v ill be taken as true and a judgment rendered in said action against said defendants forever barring them of all rii:ht. title, lien, claim or Interest in and to the northwest quarter of section twenty nine r) in townsuip twelve (1.;) south, rane twenty-three () west ; lying and situated tn the county of Treeo. in the state of Kansas, and a further judgment and decree rendered forever quiet iug tne title of said plaintiff in and to said premises. TV. E. HA I'M. Attorney for Pi a in tiff Attest ; TV. H. Swiggett. seal. Clerk. District Court, ily G. M. Ufford. lepaty. BEGGS' GE11MAN SALVE "3 il r I si i Z la bs a m S-S.3-: : f : f 2. 5 e-a I g?3- ; : : : : Sgff CE) Q or :: :::: - ? ' 2 rr. fsoJSfo J) H -1 gSTvT.! f s" P is used in every bouse, . writes oneK man from a country town. Entire neighborhood use it, for Piles, Cuts Burns, Bruises and all skin diseases. The fame of i: cures necessarily spread from - town to town; friends tell friends what BEGGS' GEIi.MAN SALVE has done, ana the whole peo ple acknowledge its merit, its healing qualities and its power pf allaying pain. - 5 - Sji'-t-iIT 4VJ Do not be by anortror advert Iwrnerrt tlx J think yen can tx t the best iraue, CneeC duiii axMi KOST POPULAR BEWItiG MACHINE for BTcere fxntr. Buy from petiaW tnaufaci-urera that have trained a rtpritarion 1-t lioa1. anrt pxiiiar- deaUair. Thtre is none in the WVrM tbat ten eual in m vhwiiral cn!trttCtion, durability of wotkir parts, fin"1- of fini-h. beauty in arpArnrv. or uoa ag mny improvements ad tlie M W HOME. WRITE FCJJ CIRCULARS. Tu8 Nsw Eoina elD Kaclii28 Co. O&Airns.MASs. Bostojt, Mass. S8 Tkios Stwm, N.Y, tUlClcO, ILL. ST. LiOCI3. JlO. 1 ALIAS. I T.X AS. bA3i i;SA2ICISCO, t AL. 1"7T7r7T777TTr7T77T7777v777777Vwv . . . j POTATO PLA!3TES FKtT-XiT SIM ScV.Kt toc.j Eoth Plant?f3 hnvsi a record cf over A- Acrea (I9,3SQ hiiis) in to hours. They make the bole, drop the seed and cover all at One Operation. They deposit the seed in moist soil at a uniform depth. TEST SATS 133. 1327 Cri.ES TATISUB. They work in any soil suitable for potato growinsr. No stoo;inj : hence uo backache. Potatoes thus put in withstand drouth better. Potatoes cf umlorin size, practically all mer chantable, jeaii fa. fjee pamthlrt : Jllanfd ly " PstaWcs Haw to Plait Tlaca." THE GREENVILLE PLANTER CO. GREENVILLE, MICH. s u c 5 c z-Z-r --- 5f3 f 1 4 4 4 N Rr winding-Tin a pmrinT. wb eiitirefy by it . 1tpTlf. nnd at the sanio tisre will fan titw hiibv if wanted. Boid under b positive 1 p-uarautee to ive the beat satisfaction. ' Made in several designs, hierhfy tmisxied. i Aj6ii your aeaiers tor il, or vriue u AMERICAN NOVELTY CO., STEVENS POINT. 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