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make mis takes in the treatment of croup, and . mistakes mean the sacrifice of little lives. Foley's Honey and Tar is uncon ditionally guaranteed by every druggist to cure croup, colds or whooping cough, and to prevent pneumonia, which so often follows diseases of little folks. Do not accept a substitute. It may cost a life. Foley's Honey and Tar is guaranteed. Miss Mamie Smith, Middlesboro, Kentucky, writes: " My little sister had the croup very bad. I gave her several doses of Foley's Honey and Tar and she was instantly relieved. It saved her life. " One box of BANNER SALVE does the work of a half dozen boxes of other kinds in curing cuts, wounds, sores, burns, scalds, frost bites, chilblains, corns, tetter, salt rheum and all affections of the skin. iM.r Sale by Jones & Gibson. Western Kansas iVorld. Established March I, 1879. Official Paper of the City of Wa-Kecncy. Saturday. February 3, 1!HX). Clubbing Offers. : We herewith present a partial list ' of the papers we wi 11 club with dur : ing the year: The World and lolK-It'umrrat semi-v-'kly i hl(;tK 1 iltr-0:;i ii wi'kly ToMk:i ': pit :il sm i-w'tk ty Kansas I'iry Jourltiii wet'kly K ms;ts 'it y Star w;'kly TojM'ka Mail and llnvzt wut'kly Karm .lotirticl monthly Household (nnava.irie) monthly. Boston Lit-. St.u'lf lm(iilir wlkL-Iv i Poultry Farmer niout lily . 'L ... I nst it tit edit ion monthly Insurance Journal monthly l so 1 3. 1 7") 1 15 t 1.". 1 SI 1 10 1 25 25 Only a few days a.r we happened in one of the stores here and over heard a conversation between a farm er and the merchant. The farmer first asked how many pounds of gran ulated siiirar he could buy for one dollar. "Eighteen," was the answer. The farmer then said ly sending Jo a Certain city he could get twenty-l wo. "When questioned about the matter he admitted that in order to tiet tl e twenty-two pounds of sugar, with all freight charges iirepnid, it is neces sary to buy live pounds tea, some rice. leans, and many other articles at a fixed price. The home merchant then said he would lie only too glad to receive such an order and would met t the prices and then in addition would allow 10 per cent discount on the en tire order. This convinces one more thoroughly than ever 'that If many of these offers which appear great bargains are only investigated it-will be found that the home man can be depended upon almost every . time to give the people belter bargains than the men many miles away who care nothing for your welfare, but are af ter your money. Clifton Xews. There is no better medicine for the babies than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Its pleasant taste and prompt and effectual cures make it a favorite with mothers and small children. It- quickly cures their coughs and colds, preventing pneu monia or other serious consequences. It also cures croup and has been used in tens of thousands of cases without a single failure so far as we have been able to learn. It not only cures croup, but when given as soon as thecroupy cough appears, will prevent the at tack. In cases of whooping cough it liquefies the tough mucus, making it easier to expectorate, and lessens the severity and frequency of the parox ysms of coughing, thusdepriving that disease of all dangerous consequences. For sale by Jones & Gibson. It is a funny thing, but people come to associate a man's business with the size of bis advertisement. The mer chant that carries the big space is looked upon as the owner of the big store and the people go there in the belief that they can get what they want out of the better assortment. Lawrence World. Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., says: "Kodol's Dyspepsia Cure did me more good than anything 1 ever took." It digests what you eat and can not help but cure dyspepsia and stomach troubles. Jones & Gibson, Druggists. Children who are troubled with Worms are pale In the face, fretful by spells, restless in sleep, have blue rings around their eyes, bad dreams, variable appetite, and pick the nose. White's Cukam Vekmifuge will kill and expel these parasites. Price 25 ents. Jones & Gibson. Editors are the first to hear of gos sip, of scandal, indis-ret ions of men and women, things unlit for publica tion, intrigues, clandestine meetings, night biiirgy rides, young girls gone asirav, til nations of married women, amours of married men. and in fact all neighborhood scandals. Editors generally know of all the naughty do ings in a community, no matter how secret. If one-half they hear was published, divorce suits would fol ow in some casts, social ostracism in others, shot-guns and i-nre, imprison ment, lynchings, desolated homes, s Mime, I ii in i 1 i;i t ion and misery. The editor learns much of the shams and hypocrisy ol lite, and. it is a wonder t nit he bet i eves in an v thing on earl h or in the hereafter. People who abuse the editor the loudest some times owe their standing in society to his forebea ra nee. Ex. Tablkk's Huckkyk File Ointment is no panacea, but is recommended for Piles only. These it will cure. Price AO cents in liottles; Tubes, 75 cents. Jones & Gibson. The Klor n e Bulletin remarks that the fitness of things does not count any more. Co-itr tries rule. Disorder is the order of the day. To illustrate: A newsagent on a train doesn't sell books to the intelligent passengers. He tackles the chunipiest chump and sells him liooks he will never read. The regular hook agents do business with the suckers exclusively. The fast young man can't make a fast race in life. The person who is always talking never says anything. When is rains easy it rains hard. Things are just the reverse of what they seem. It is one of the peculiarities of the times. Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plain field. III., makes the statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist sug gested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles, found herself sound and well; now does her own housework, and is well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at Jones & Gibson's Drug Store. Only 50 cents nd $1.00, every bottle guaranteed. 6 A chjld is born; the doctor in at tendance gets $10, the editor gets 0. It is christened and the minister get- $5, and the editor gets 00. When it marries the minister gets $10 and a piece of wedding cake, and the editor gets 000. In the course of time it dies, the doctor gets from $5 to $100, the minister perhaps gets another $5, an undertaker from $23 to $50. The editor prints a notice of death and obituary two column long, and gets 0000, besides lodge and society resolu tion, a free card of thanks and a kit of poetry. "No wonder the editor gets rich. Ex. J. I. Bevry, Logan ton. Pa., writes, "1 am willing to take my oath that I was cured of pneumonia entirely by the use of One Minute Cough Cure after doctors failed. It also cured my children of whooping cough." Quickly relieves and cures, coughs, colds, croup, grippe and throat and lung troubles. Children all like it. Mothers endorse it. Jones & Gibson, Druggists. Last week's Dighton Herald told a pi f-tory, which resulted in little six-year-old Lena Scott becoming the happy possessor of an organ. "The little piggy was found upon the high way in Lane county, almost starved to death, and after changing hands once or twice was given to the little girl, in September, 18!)8. Her father humored her desire in the matter of raising the incipient porkor, and one day recently he marketed the last of t!ie increase, the income being sultl e'ent to purchase the coveted organ. Ness County "News. "I think 1 would go crazy with pain were it not for Chimberlain's Pain Balm," writes Mr. W. II. Stapleton, Ilerminie, Pa. "I have been afflicted with rheunnatif-m for several years and have tried remedies without num ber, but Pain Ralm is the best medl icine I have got hold oT." One appli cation relieves the pain. For sale by Jones & Gibson. Itiss id that a Hays man caught three different men kissing his wife and went to see an attorney about it. "You hiive good gio inds for a di vorce," s: id the lawyer. "1 don't want a divorce," said the injured par tv, "I want to get tJUt an injunction to make them quit.'" LaCrosse Ile publican. VJLCAN1C ERUPTIONS Are grand, but Skiii Eruptions rob life of j'y. ISucklcn's Arnica Salve cures them; also Old Kuuniug and Fever Sores, Ulcers. Hoi Is, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, liruises, Burns. Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Mest Pile cure on earth. Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Jones & Gibson, Druursrists. 2-ti The LaCrosse Ilepub ica says the teachers of Kansas : re generally in terested in a recent opinion of the at torney general to lb. state superin tendent holding that when a public school has been suspended by order of the school board on account of the presence of contagious disease, the teachers are entitled to full pay un der their contracts. This is an im portant decision, for the subject has been a vexed one between the teach ers and school boards since the estab lishment of a public school system in thestate.. ' F. B. Thirkield, Health Inepector of Chicago, says, "Kodol's Dyspepsia Cure can not be recommended too highly. 16 cured me of severe dys pepsia." It digests what you eat and cures indigestion, heartburn and all forms of dyspepsia. Jones & Gibson, Druggists. The large and increasingcirculation of the Live Stock Indicator In this j county is a matter for congratulation to the publishers and to good farming for, of all the papers of its class in the conntiy, it is easily the best and most helpful. Its special Farmers' Insti tute editions, issued with the regular edition the first week in each month, have been for years the admiration of all practical farmers. Written wholly by farmers, they are full of actual ex perience and smell of the soil. We have been fortunate enough this sea son to secure terms for The Indicator and Its Special Farmers' Institute Editions, together with The Poultry Farmer and The Farmers' Mutual In surance Journal, four of the mst val uable farm publications in the coun try, I hat enaole us to offer the four in connection witli our own paper for t,4T$1.25j&k for the entire five, tine year. This is emphatically a good thing, and no rarmer in this county should fail to take advantage of the offer. For a large line of thoroughly practical fiii ni reading not hing has ever been offered before that equals it. A coun ty paper, a farm paper, a poultry pa per, a farm insurance paper and the Special Farmers' liisliiuie. loV $1.25. Come in and order i hem You Wow Have the Opportunity f consulting one of the leading phy sicians and surgeons (in the treat tieut of chronic and nervous diseases) f this country. , OR. REA. lie is weil known in Kansas, and is ivtiahie as well as eminent in his pro i'ession, and has but few superiors in lis line ol diseases, and, from reports if the press, his rooms are crowded .vllerever he stops. y the request of lis many friends and patients who lave usuallv gone a long distance to him he has arranged to see the ifflicted of this section, and will be at WA-KEENEY. IDMESD1Y. FEB. 28, .i., the American, one day only, re t li ning every four weeks for six in nit lis. Consultation and examina tion FllEK to all. auJULMCMH K IN MNIWbUH . ' E WALNUT STttEET af DGG&CJM O AO. Xhis Sanitarium is a quiet Hospital with fifty n ma for the accommtKlation of patients, and is supplied with all the latest remedial means ktt wn to science, and instruments required in modern surpery. Rupture, flic. Fistula, Stricture and Vari cocele are radical Ij and permanently cured by our feurirical operation in irons five to fifteen da vs. No medicine or local application will ever cure thse troubles. We annually cure hundreds of this class of patients, leaving them In a vigorous, healthy condition. Organic Weak nets. Nervous lebtlity. Premature Incline of M.nly Powers, Invo untary Vital Losses. Im- Va red Memory, Mental Anxiety, Absence of ill Power, Melancholy, Weak Back, and kindred affections, are speedily, thoroughly and permanently cured If you are afflicted with any disease requiring- either Medical or Surtricat skill, and cannot visit us, write a description of your case and we will cheerfully answer, giving our opinion, together with probable cost of a care, and such other information as you may desire. Address all communications to DR. C. M. COE, 915 Walnut Street. KANSAS ClY. MO. Piles-Fistula AND HI Diseases of the Rectum CURED WITHOUT BUTE, LIGATURE OE CAUSTIC. JL BOON TO MANKIND! P TABLER S BUCKEYE PILE I TJ Zi t V. -jc m i es-. a ui "I o tr 3D 2 dh a?5-r PfSon r-Tiinr m v tLJKI- " PRICE. BO CENTS IN BOTTLES, 75 CENTS IN TUBES. THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PILE REMEDY! Harmless and Pleasant, yet a Radical and Permanent Cure for BLIND, BLEEDING, ITCHING 'riiiz'r tatix and PROTRUDING PILES, iv o x i rr -v fTiS "zsli xtnro NO PAINFUL OPFRATMN AWloJtinmedmerelief.-NotaiiTltaiit.bntpipr. moat stubborn pare. Where physicians have failed this remedy haseifccied aradiraland permonenlenra. in special collapsible tnbes, as shown in cut. Hiwt convenient in cases of internal piles. Pricest In Tubes by mall, 75c; Bottles, soo. JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor. "lO Mortlt Mala Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. FOR SALE BY JONES & GIBSON. The Popular Route FOR ALL WESTERN POINTS. Denver, Salt Lake. 6&g eee e&g eeee ess San Francisco, Portland. .9&9&99&93&3:-339 -07 ttvV 66i6-:eee PCTOr The Only Direct Route. The Best Equipped Route. The Fastest Route. The Safest Route. For Time Tables, Falders. Illustrated Hooks. Pamphlets, descriptive of the territory traversed, call on I'. SHANK, Atfent. RED FRONT LIVERY BftRN. O. L. COOK & SON, PROPS LIVERY S FEED STABLE Drives made to any point in western Kansas. DR. RE ft. Come to us for job work; His Treatment and examinations i we understand are hased upon new methods, and.are similar to those given in the eastern and southern hospitals where he learned his busi ness. II k Treats chronic and nervous diseases, chronic catarrh, diseases of the eye, ear. nose, throat and hums, dvspejvsia, l'.rihfs disease, dial iet.es, liver, stomach, constipation, rheuma tism, chronic female and sexual dis eases, neuntliria, siatica. dizziness, nervousness, slow growth in children, and all wast ing diseases in adults, de formities, elirt) feet, curvet ure f the spine, diseases of the brain, heart dis- ease, efzema. varicocland hydrocele. Cancers, tumors and birthmarks re moved. YOUNO, Minl)LE-AGED AND OLD. married r slnele men. and all who sufTer wit h lost manhood, nervous de nility. spermatorrhoea. semin:l loss es, decav. failing inemorv. weak eves. stunted development, lack of enerrv. Impoverished hloofl. pimples, also j blod and skin diseases. j Ekttitions. hair falline. bone P-in. swelling, sore throat, ulcers, effect j of merenrr. kidnev and bladder Iron Ik les. weak back, burnintr urine, incon- ; tinence. cleet, stricture, iwive searching treatment, nrompl. relief. liotli sexes treated confifientinHv and privatel-. Pi les. fistula, fissure and rupture by our new method. Besd testimonial : Has Perfect' Health. Kinms City. Ma., Dec. 22. 1897. Kn Thornton & Minor. KsiiBiHl itv. Mo. Gentlemen : Before yon treated me for piles I bad been troubled, for eijrnt or ten years. I bare not been bothered in any way since, and bave perfect bea th. for wtaii-b I give yoo eredlt I am always redy and wnlinp to recommend jou to anyone to whom I can. Your very truly, Om S. Tiam.TR. TambTyn Sb Tmmblyn, Live Stock Com. Mar., K. C, Mo. We guarantee to cure every rane: Don't take one cent nnlil patient Is well. Snd for free book to men ; also free book to ladies. Address DBS. THORRTON & MINOR, Mlsttb mas Wall ata . Ksn ity, mlo. W. S. G0RRELL, WELL CONTRACTOR. Wells made and casing furnished. Wind mills and pumps repaired. Houses Moved. v Leave orders at.Moser's Jewelry store. WORMSlNSFUCER t Y Host in Qnantit. Bert in Quality. For sale by Jones & Gibson. The St. Louis Tlie Great Newspaper of the World. The Great Re pu Mean paper of America. --- Globe-Democrat TWICE EVBRY WEEK. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strectrtheniDg- and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic Ko other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cares Dyspepsia, Indigestitm, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach. 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