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- T" " " ' I SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION no- xu. Proposed Aaaeadaaeat to te Coastitatioa of the State of Katun, Relative to the E lectio of State Printer. i i j a .1 ' r i . . . , state of Kansas, two-thirds of the members Section 1. The following proposition to amena cue constitation ot the state or Ivan tors of the state for their approval or rejec- owbtua a. ui article i-. in nie coustltu I A .... .J .4 . ... .n ' w Muruuou m &s nnu us luuuirs: "All public printing shall be done by the state printer who shall be elected by the people at the election held for state officers in November. 1908, and every two years rnerearter, at tne elections held for state officers, and shall hold bis office for two years and until his successor shall be elected and qualified." Sec. 2. This proposition shall be submitted election of representatives to the Legist An amendment relating to the election And shall be voted for or by law under state lor.: of state nrintAp against, as provided tat.ntoa Sec. 3. This resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in iue Btatute-oooK. Passed the Senate Pebruary 12, 1003. TuusaH I ...... C. . V .. ,.1 llu.'l true and correct copy of original Senate con current resolution No. 80, now on file In my " " " J. tt. UUJIKUW, 8- Secretary of State. HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION No. 6. Proposition to Amend Section 14 of Arti cle 2 of the Constitution of the State of Kansas. Beit resolved by the legislature of the State of Kansas, two-thirds of th mmhr. elected to each house thereof concurring Sectiow 1. The following proposition to amend the constitution of the state of Kan sas is hereby submitted to the qualified electors of the state for their approval or rejection: That section 14 of article 2 be amended so as to read as follows: Section 14. Every bill and Joint resolution pussed by the House of Representatives and Senate, shall, within two days thereafter, be signed bv the presiding officers, and presented to the'gov ernor; if he approve, he shall sign It: but If not, be shall return it to the House of Rep resentatives, which shall enter the objec tions at large upon its journal and proceed to reconsider the same. If. after such re consideration, two-thirds of the members elected shall agree to pass the bill or resolu tion. It shall be sent, with the objections, to the Senate, by which it shall likewise be re considered, and if approved by two. thirds of all the members elected. It shall becomofja law. But in all such cases, the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays, and entered upon the journals of each bouse. If any bill shall not be returned within three days. (Sunday excepted), after it shall have been presented to the governor, it shall become a law in like manner as if be had signed It. unless the legislature, by its adjournment, prevent its return, in which case it shall not become a law. If any bill presented to the governor contain several items of appropriation of money, he may object to one or more of such items, while approving the other portion of the bill, in such case he shall append to the hill ttt lha M ...... ..I..-. I ... I . . . ... ib. k statement or the item or items to which he objects, and 3oii inonjiur, ana snail transmit such statement or a copy thereof to the i louse oi representatives, and any appro priation sooDiecteo to shall not take eff. A HATTER OF HEALTH Absolutely Pure US C0 SUBSTITUTE America's Most Popular Specialist. DR. REA from & Gnat Libra torisi 0f Baa Bros. Co., Minns. polk, Louisville and Htw York u. o. a. ana Winnipeg, Uanada. WILL VISIT PROFESSIONALLY, Man, Hons., Nov. 18, 1904, At American House. RETURNING EVERY FOUR WEEKS FOR ONE DAY ONLY. t . " l ' uiv rj cuwb vli h reconslaerea ana approved by two- .11. Mieujoere eiecteu to each Douse and if so reconsidered and approved shall take effect and become part of the bill, in which case the Dresidlne offira nt ak house shall certify on such bill such fact of rcxjousiueretion ana approval. Sec. 2 This proposition shall be submitted to the electors of the state at the general election of the representatives In the vear JU04 for their approval or rejection. "The amendment nereoy proposed shall be desig nated on the official ballot by the following title: "The veto amendment to the constitu- tiuu. uu snaii oe votea lor or against as provided by law, under such title. K- 3i This resolution shall take. effect . . . orce irom ana alter Its nubllca- t.lun In tKn ....... 1 1. Passed the House February 9. 1903. PajMaH 1Kb nuA 1.'.. 1 . I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true . ' - "I'j onu&i nuuH concurrent resolution No. 0. now on file in mv offl.-o J. K. BUKKOW. 8-0 ar ' an - w n Ifc W If . Secretuary of State. BLISS GILBERT CROCKER, WArcnnr, Kans.. says: I suffered with Chronic Constipation for 17 years, having tried every known remedy recommended for the disease without effect, until using Bliss Native Herbs, which is the only medicine I used that is not necessary to double the dose after taking it awhile. I heartily recommend the remedy to all sufferers of Chronic Constipation.' A BOX of Bliss Native Herbs is a family doc tor always in the house. Its use prevents and cures Constipation, Dys- nomsln Vl.l J I O.UU NATIVE Liver Trouble, Skin HERBS. Diseases, Rheuma tism and manv Blood diseases. It is purely vegetable contains no min eral poison and is pre- pared in Tablet and 2UO Powder form. Sold DOSES in Une Dollar boxes . v"i with a Guarantee to cure or money back. Our 32 I page Almanac telling how to I MEDICINE MAIU.D PROMrTlV BY A. R. LONG. Agent. Quinter. Kans. THE ALONZO O. BLISS CO.. WASHINOTON. Ou C fe W. H. SWGGET7 REAL : ESTATE . Loans aid Insurance. oadad Abatractsr aad Notary Pas 11c i Dr. Rea has no superior in diagnos- uk auu treating- ainease ana aerormi ties. He will give $50 for any case that he cannot tell the disease and where located in five minutes. All Clir!lhl mri I anil inr.rl..ll. eases, acute and chronic catarrh, and Snfrial nis.9B.a f tliA T.-1 t.1 tvt r -" w, vi, emi, xust; and Throat, Lunir disease, Early Con- umpnoD, Jtsronciims, rSronchial Ca tarrh. Const itllt.ional Cat.u rrli I Wuna ia. Sick Headache, Stomach and Bowel Trouhlea. Rlipiimsllam N.nn.1 eia. Sciatica. Briirht's Disease. Dia betes. Kir1nv. T.Ivor UI-iHHaf t-,... tatic and Female diseases, Dizziness, Nervousness, Indigestion, Obesity, Interrupted Nutrition, Slow Growth in Children, and all wasting diseases in flrlulr.a Manv ..,... r . - -" t v.,i,.v.c v 1 ucaiucw, Ringing in the Ears, Loss of Eyesight, Catarrh, Cross Eyes, etc , that have been i 111 nrnnprl v tmaturl m nMTtui.i can be easily restored. Deformities! Club Feet, Curvature of the Spine, Disease of the Brain, Paralysis, Epil- rim. riHiiri. ii wsan irrtrtcu ma 1 1 1 nn of the Limb, Stricture, Open Sores, Pain in the Hnnm. lirnniir inio..,.. 4ments and all long-standing diseases properiy treated, x oung, middle-aged and old, single and married men, and an miuDuuer irom lost manhood, ner vous uoDiniies. spermatorrhoea, semi nal losses, sexual decav. failinor mem ory, weak eyes, stunted devalonment. lack of energy, impoverished blood, piiupies, impeaimenta to marriage, also blood and skin diseases. Syphilis, TCrimr.inna Uai T.. 1 1 1 r, DnnA T.. i ' Swellings, Sore Throat, Ulcers, effect rf VT n .. wri a tt. i . . mcn,uij, jviuiiey ana ciaaaer irouDles, weak Back, Burning Urine, passing urine too oftn. Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Stricture, receive searching LrpmLniflnr.. nrnmnr. r.i i.r mwrt " CANCERS, TUMORS, GOITER, FISTULA. PILES. Vftrir'vral anil Mt.ntiul .i.Jiiiii. the subcutaneous method, absolutely Without rutin anrl wit.hnnt t.halAMnr drop of blood, is one of his own dis coveries and is the most really scien tiflc and certainly sure cure of t.hn nineteen centurv. n inr.nralilAnaaAa taicen. Consultation to those inter ested, 1.00. - DR. REA & CO.. Minneapolis, Minn. WIDL BE A BIG VOIR REPUBLICANS EXPECT TO OUTDO 1900 RECORD. ROOSEVELT BY A BIG MAJORITY. ro lenino How L.arse His Vote Will B Oamocratlc Poll Shows RepubCcat oui-ner Foiit!cal News. The politicians believe that the vrt at tho coming election will exceed tt at of 1900. when it ws the greatest ia the state s history. The 1S00 vote ai 50,609. Th population in foui vear as increased nearly 100,000. mak'ng an Increase of about 25.000 voters. I i laougat, nowever. tnat this increas- will not show in the total vote cast owing to the Btay-at home Democra and Populists who are not interested In the campaign. Keports from the several councief Indicate that the Republicans will p U about 60 per cent of the total vote cast cn election day. On the basis of 350. 000 voters, this would give the Repub. licans 210.000 and the entire opposi tion 140,000, a majority of 70,000 tor the Republican ticket. There is prac tically no difference in the reports vade to Republican headquarters an those made to Democratic headquart ers. The poll shows that the opposition vote for president is divided as foi lows: Democrats. 44 per cent: Podu list, 40 per cent; Socialist, 13 per cent; Prohibition, 3 per cent. The poll shows that there is practi cally no difference between the voting strength of Roosevelt and that of Hocb in me state, a special search vai made for Republicans who are goinj to srpport Dale for governor. Th- re suit was hardly worth recording, an4 the state committee is not paying anj attention to it. The Republican leaders enter upon the closing work of the cam paign with the feeling of cot fldecce that Kansas will in tha future be counted as surely for their side as Alabama is for the Democrats. ALL ARE SAFE. 4 if Legal papers made and executed. WA KEENET, KANS. MteNNtOM Store for Sale. Owing to ill health I wish to sell ut my entire stock. For particulars call at my place of business in the old v erbeck block. Mrs. M. E. Coi rtrigut. H. F. KLINE, REAL ESTATE Abstracter Bonded in the sum or $o,ooo. INSURANCE, NOTARY PUBLIC. $ Resits Collected eed payment of Taxes tor Moa-ResMeats a Specialty . Large list or leads for sale at low prices and easy terns. WA-KEENEY. KANS., i Notice to Teachers. The retrnlar quarterly examination for tnden.'s Office on Satardny, October 29. Republicans Will Re-Elect the Entire Congressional Delegation. Reports from the congressional dis tricts to the Republican state commit tee are mcst encouraging. They show tnat Kansas will return a sold deleg?. uon to congress by a general increased majority. Even in the Sixth district where the Democrats undertook to make a campaign, the Democratic lead. era admit that their cause is honelesa. A great many Populists and some Dem ocrats believe in Congresman Recder. and wl.l vote for him. In the First district the factional fight is confined to isolated commun ities. Mr. Curtis' friends confidently expect to elect him by from 8.000 to 10.000 majority. Mr. Curtis has visited all the counties in his district, but a large part of his time is spent in other sections ot the state, under the direc tlon of the state committee. The Republican difflcu.tiea in th Second district have been adjusted and Mr. Bowersock's election is as sured. The Republican papers are giv Ing him -enthusiastic support. Hk organization in the district is first MA LANDS -WANTED. I have customers for a few unim proved cheap tracts of land; some well improved farms: some small ranches, and two lartre ranches. If you want to sell now is the time. Come list what you have, or send me descriptions, prices, etc. The Kind Xoa Have Always Bonsrlat. and wHtcli lias viw v joars, nai Dome uie sijrnatnre m and hal been mads imdAV Tilai m sonal saperrlsion since its infancy. " ailnVIIA Ana CAnaAAlvA vnn fn .nla All C onnterfelts, Imitations and Jnrt an good are btrfe Experiments tnat trifle witb and endanger tbe nealtn eT Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a barmless snbstitnte for Castor OH, Pare- gone, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It eon tains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Harcotto ambstance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms allays Peveriahneas. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind xmc as relieves Xeethlng Xroables. cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the owiOKn ana itoweis, giving neaithy and natural sleep. IFKaa ThrMauaaato W"- - tWT- . ST. WIS J For Sale Lands " " .--pj -w souu I aB 1 il O 1 HI runch lauds . . Irrigated Lands. T am n tr r t. t r ilia a ri ...... -x.. 1 1 I " r a-sa, -I a I c I S 7 v illit'r Sujrar Beet & Irrigated Land C "s lands in Sont hfut cvii-iri.. i. ...... farming pays. tail on or write, S. M. IIUTZEL. Wa-Keeney, Kans. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. e. JONES. PHVStCIAN AND SURG RON. I WA-aaawKT. . . aBa DENTISTRY- . CCNUINE CASTORIA Bean the Signature DR. HOSTETTER, I. I. S. Offick with Dr. Jonks. AH work warranljul Toi. :.i. out plates. Gold crowns 95.00. Up-to-date - ALWAYS GRANT OOBLK. MARION Offlir.K GOBLE BROTHERS, The Kind You Ha?e Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. ' W. B SHIM. Hays, Kaasas. SAUM & PURCELL, Wa-Keeney, - - Kansas. Agents for Close Bros- A Co's Lands- 80.0OO ACfM llf DfKlriM WHtara Vaaeaa I 4 rVt q.I. 17..- - - - . . w.a mm iMUMM Maw oaic uu JMmaj T1 .mi. wl.l. T r T.. ... T. . . . ...o "i uuw ivauc tn tuwreat. jan on us or wnr,f ntr forma antt prices. Liberal Commisalon to Fictrra Ae :tt i -TTTnirannnnn naorjoooooorjooooorjij Mr. CampbeU in the Third. Mr. Mil ier in the Fourth. Mr. Calderhead la the Fifth, and Mr. Murdock In tha Seventh, practically have no oppjsi tlon. Mr. Seott. conKressman-at-lars. who w on ina state ucaet. Is very popular, and will run right alone with Roose velt and Hoch. CALLS ft SSI NO DOWN. d HeeJi Preseete Conduct Aoalnat Mia In Campaign. H.I RaainK. aecretaxy ot the Ktn- aa federation, has not got very far In hla efforts to swing the federation rot for tha Democratic ticket. The mem bers refuse to oe herded. Many of them are the personal friends of E4 Hoch sad they all know that Hoci will give them a square deal. Having failed la his scheme, Reslng now de nies that he tried to werk It at alL Still the evidence Is against him. Last March he sent out in Federation envel opes an editorial from the . Wlchit. Bercon, Dem.. urging the people to support Judge DaCe for governor. That was shortly after Hoch was nominated by the Republicans and long before Dale was chosen by the Democrats- One of these letters fell Into Hoeh's hands and be wrote an editorial In his paper about it. Resiag. with injured Innocence, complained about the edi torial in s letter to Hoch and on April 6 Hoch resiled. Renins- nnr n.. the reply out. but Hoch is now using it In his speeches. Is It Hoch showed that he had always been the friend of the business men of Kansas and pro tested against a few schemers trying to swiar that organisation ss-ainar Collyer Cash Hardware Store. .DEALS. In All Kinds Hardware. Well Casing and Repairing Done at the Lowest trices. COLLYER - -- - - KANSAS. Contractors Ld Builders We make a specialty of finecarnenter work. Make plans, drawings, sneclti- I cations ana estimates on all work in our line. CaTShop opposite depot. WA-KKINBT - KANSAS. Dealer In . . Jewelry, Koictes, (Ms, fic. Complete Lias of Sssetaalaa. RepaiririK a specialty. g38 years in the business. CASH GROCERY, J J . DRUM MOM n PpriPDirma DEALER IN Staple and Fanc Groceries. Fresh Fruits and Vege tables, Candies, tobacco and Cigars I These goods are all fresh and clean. Highest market price paid for butter and euafi SPITSNAUGLE BROS. WORLD'S FAIR LOW RATES VIA UNION PACIFIC LONG L.IMITS STOP-OVERS SHORTEST LINE FASTEST TIME. Illustrated Guide to the Fair Free on Application,. R. E. MORSE. ' WELL DRILLERS. Wells drilled and Casintr Furnished. We drill thro' any kind of rock. Leave word it. Von,..t t , A. J. ELLERMEYER, Proprietor. Livery and Feed Stable-- GOOD RIGS AND CHARGES REASONABLE Drives Made to all Points. PHOsrK22. J. WA-KEKSEr. KANS. 0 -1 I xwivr iiu " ill Is U Berore toq r-urcnasa Any outer write TBI IEW HOME SIWIM MACNUIC tOMfAIT OMMSt, MASS. Mans Sawinr Machines are anadete set! rasard lessofqnsiav.bat the Mw atian ts made to wear. Our auarantv never runs out. Weammfca Sewinc Machines to suit all conditions of the trade. The Ire Haaie rands atthe head of all BTlajhwaTSMle family sewice machinaa T atattlaerlaeS eVeelawi ly. row pali arv TREGO MGR. CO. JT isTwsilWys. II on every ' box. 25c SaTe.-,sl3sa-sa. Ttj eZGcG- 'jfoCfr MA1TIK J. KIRBV. Cunuty Superinteadeut. bim.